"The 216-digit number being the name of God refers to Schemhamphoras, or
the Divided Name of God. It is hidden in the book of Exodus, chapter 14,
verses 19, 20, and 21. Each verse is composed of seventy-two letters (in the
original Hebrew). Writing these three verses one above the other, the first
from right to left, the second from left to right, and the third from right to
left, one gets seventy-two columns of three-letter names of God."
Polster & Ross—Math goes to the movies (2012) p.69
"These are further subdivided into four columns of eighteen names each, the four columns corresponding to the four letters of the Tetragrammaton."
Roncace & Gray—Teaching the Bible through popular culture and the arts (2007) p.154
Edited by Alistair, 10 January 2019 - 04:04 PM.