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[GR] > The Number 127 - The King of Glory

Who is this King of glory? The LORD of hosts, he is the King of glory.

Psalm 24.10

The fundamental significance of the prime Number 127 is found in these words from Psalm 24:

King of Glory


Melekh HaKavod

= 127

There is a large ascending set of multiples of 127 relating to the Glory of God such as "The Glory of the Lord" (1143 = 9 x 127) and "The Glory of God" (1397 = 11 x 127). These identites add great insight into the Grace Manifest Holograph. The sequence culminates in the sum of the Second Commandment (= 12573 = 99 x 127).

The Number 127

The King of Glory [Ps 24.10]


Melekh HaKavod

The Heart of the King [Est 1.10]


Lev HaMelekh

The Lord commanded [Ex 12.50]


YHVH Tsavah

The Holy Lord God (Ord) [1 Sam 6.20]


YHVH HaElohim HaQadosh

Factors: Prime

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