Gematria Key for Greek and Hebrew
Articles On or Employing Gematria

By G.M.Kelly

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

The Key

Gematria Key for
Greek and Hebrew

NOTE:  Eta, long-e, is represented on this site by either an H, which the upper case form resembles, or an italicized e, while for Omega, the long-o sound, italics are also employed, i.e. O and o.  Because of it's similar appearance only, F and f have been used to represent the Digamma when writing Greek in English characters.  Coph is a letter no longer used in Greek, Sanpi merely for its numerical value, and there is now another unused letter called Stau, equivalent to St, which resembles closely the Sigma-final and has the same numerical value as another letter which is no longer a part of the modern Greek alphabet, Digamma, 6.

Writings Including Gematria

Miscellaneous Greek & Hebrew Gematria


Liber DCCCXCVIII sub figura CMLXXX:  The Odyssey


Liber Rationis sub figura MCDXCVIII

667:  A Brief Qabalistic Examination

156:  A Brief Qabalistic Review


An Account of the Crossing of the Abyss - Part 1

An Account of the Crossing of the Abyss - Part 3, Appendix I

The Nature of the Beast

The Magical Link & The Caliphate Pseudo-O.T.O. - Part 1

Review of The Magick of Thelema

Kevin Bold and Bill Breeze

A Brief Editorial on the Death of Grady McMurtry

Kenneth Grant - Part 1

Kenneth Grant - Part 3

Kenneth Grant - Part 4

Kenneth Grant - Part 5

Kenneth Grant - Part 7

Liber ILDH vel XLIX svb figvra DCLXXVI


Grady Louis McMurtry and the Caliphate Pseudo-O.T.O.

The New Age and an Old Con

Liber QVPh

Liber MCMIV sub figura LXXVI

Give 'Em Enough Rope - Part I

Tiamat and Marduk

Babalon and the Beast

Love is the law, love under will.