Extract from chapter 1: The New Testament thus contains mystical and esoteric knowledge, myths, philosophies and history. When we understand their coding technique, which is very reminiscent of story sums / word problems, we can begin to decipher the Bible.
And therefore we can be taught such disciplines as arithmetic, plane geometry, spatial geometry, astronomy, and harmony in the same (esoteric) way as the Ptolemaic Greek philosophers taught at their academies.
Extract from chapter 2: (John 21:1-14) The main character in the story (except for Jesus, but he is not in the boat and for that reason doesn’t count in the sum) is Simon Peter, he is named first en later plays the main role in this story, in total there are 7 disciples including Simon Peter. The name Simon Peter in Koine Greek is in this case written as Σιμων Πετρος, when we translate this name to a number, (Σ=200, ι=10, μ=40, ω=800, ν=50, (Simon=1100), Π=80, ε=5, τ=300, ρ=100, ο=70, ς=200 (Petros=755), this name gets the value (1100+755=) 1855. That is to say, the main character, divided by the total number of disciples forms the sum. We only count / divide the people present in the boat and not those who are of the ship (in contradiction to say Luke 5:1-11 where they, at first, sit in different ships and then later merge).
So the summary of this second line is actually quite simple and goes as follows: 1855 ÷ 7 = 265. ×