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Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Romney vs. Obama: Edom vs. Yishmael

With Mitt Romney's decisive win in Florida's primary, it is looking more and more like he will win the Republican nomination for President.  It is still early and anything could still happen, but this is how it looks now.

Taking a look at Mitt Romney's name in Hebrew - מיט רומני - one is struck by a couple things:

1) The gematria of his name equals 365 - the number of days of the solar calendar, the calendar used by Edom and its predominant faith.
2) Take out the נ from his name - a נ is commonly falling out of words for grammatical reasons - and you get רומי, or Rome, which is Edom.

As was mentioned by others before, ברק חוסיין אובאמה is the gematria of 501, which equals ישמעאלים.  As we know from his own statements, Obama is not a Muslim.  Nevertheless, his background, policies, and gematria all show that he has the spiritual aspects of Yishmael.

This should be an epic showdown.


At Thu Feb 02, 12:32:00 AM 2012, Blogger Shimshon said...

It's nice to see you understand the electoral process so very well.

Florida is one state with all of 50 delegates at stake, half of what it should have been because the bozos in the leadership of the Republican Party were so intent on an earlier primary than the national party organization wanted. And it is only the FOURTH state in the nomination process. The massive vote victory Romney achieved will certainly serve to eliminate Gringrich and Santorum from the race, both of whom are barely scraping by financially. But Ron Paul has the money to take Romney on and go the distance, and get the delegates needed to win. And it's all about the delegates, not the popular vote results.

At Thu Feb 02, 12:01:00 PM 2012, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why Barack Hussein Obama but not Willard Mitt Romney? This isn't even a good asmachta.

At Thu Feb 02, 12:10:00 PM 2012, Blogger yaak said...

Shimshon, your man Ron has no chance. Thank G-d.

Anonymous, I never heard that his name was "Willard", and I'd bet 99% of the country didn't either. Hussein as Obama's middle name is wildly famous, for obvious reasons. Sometimes it goes by what he's popularly called - not his actual name.

But regardless, I don't know why I can't use one gematria one way and another another way. Must all gematria comparisons be fair and equal? The answer is no.

At Thu Feb 02, 01:23:00 PM 2012, Anonymous Anon1 said...

Lately, gematria doesn't have to be meaningful or predictive, either.

At Sat Jun 23, 10:04:00 PM 2012, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you have any interest in the Christian opinion, you might also find it interesting to find the gematria for Willard Mitt Romney, וילארד מיט רומני (also Joseph Smith, יוסף סמית).

At Wed Oct 24, 06:20:00 AM 2012, Blogger The Editor said...

The 'o' in Romney is pronounced as 'ah' not as 'oo'. So, no vav in the name. The name Mitt Romney is equivalent to the ward 'Satan' in Hebrew. (359). So much for gematria...

At Wed Oct 24, 07:01:00 AM 2012, Blogger yaak said...

In Israel, it is spelled with a Vav.

For example, see here.

Every short "o" - even if pronounced as "ah" - can be spelled with a vav.

Think of the word יוחנן and Jonathan.


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