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The number 1335 is not mentioned anywhere else in the whole of the Hebrew Bible. No explanation is given. It is a mystery. Or is it? Can Hebrew Gematria shed any light on this number? The answer is yes. Hebrew Gematria explains this number perfectly.
Look at the following verse from Psalm 149:4 in the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible):
Psalm 149:4 For the LORD taketh pleasure in his people: he will beautify the meek with salvation. (KJV)
If you add up the Gematria of this verse in Hebrew, it adds up to 1335. Gematria shows that this verse in Psalms is an answer to the previous verse in Daniel 12:12.
In the Tanakh, Daniel says that he who waits, and comes to the end of the 1335 years, will be blessed. This 1335 is the end which Daniel and all YHWH's faithful servants are sleeping in the grave waiting for, and all the faithful who are alive are longing for. Psalms 149:4 explains why. At the end time, YHWH will accept his people. He will save them from death. He will beautify and glorify them by changing their sinful mortal bodies into immortality (Isaiah 26:19; Job 19:25-27) and granting them eternal life in His kingdom. Out of Zion shall go forth the Law, and the Word of YHWH from Jerusalem (Isaiah 2; Micah 4).
Let's go through the Gematria of the above Hebrew phrase and prove that the Gematria really does add up to 1335. Here goes:
There are seven Hebrew words in this verse. Reading from right to left, we have the following Gematria:
- Ki. Gematria of Kaf (20) and Yod (10). Total 30.
- Rotse. Gematria of Resh (200), Vav (6), Tsade (90) and Heh (5). Total 301.
- Yahweh. Gematria Yod (10), Heh (5), Vav (6) and Heh (5). Total 26.
- BeAmo. Gematria Bet (2), Ayin (70), Mem (40) and Vav (6). Total 118.
- YePaer. Gematria Yod (10), Pe (80), Alef (1) and Resh (200). Total 291.
- Anavim. Gematria Ayin (70), Nun (50), Vav (6), Yod (10) and Mem (40). Total 176.
- BiShua. Gematria Bet (2), Yod (10), Shin (300), Vav (6), Ayin (70) and Heh (5). Total 393.
The total Gematria is therefore 30 + 301 + 26 + 118 + 291 + 176 + 393 = 1335.
Note that Gematria is not just relevant to individual Hebrew words. Gematria often explains whole verses, such as the above 1335 days in Daniel. Gematria also explains whole phrases such as the mysterious catch of 153 fishes
The other interesting item about this is the hebrew word for beautify also means to glorify. FM Riley wrote in his article on the doctrinal significance of numbers that the number 65 means glory