Christ's Snowflakes

 “Nature is full of genius, full of the divinity; so that not a snow-flake escapes its fashioning hand.”
Henry David Thoreau 

The name 'Jesus Christ', when numerated under the New Bible Code's four systems of gematria, leads the explorer to a treasure chest of finely-cut gems: exquisite geometric figures mainly derived from the properties of G-triangles, but also involving the pentagon, pentagram, trapezium and diamond. 

1. The Creation Snowflake is an iteration of a Koch antisnowflake and a geometric mandala, symbolising Jesus' Second Coming through six pairings of Jesus' name, as written in modern English and in biblical Hebrew and Greek, with six English phrases for his return. 

2. The Gospel Triangles reveals two hidden triangles within the first verses of the four Gospels, both of which yield geometric expressions of the name 'Jesus Christ'. These include a relatively unknown Star of David, encoded within the synonyms 'Jesus Christ' and 'Our Redeemer'.

3. In His Name displays more expressions of Jesus' name in numerical geometry. These include two images of the Star of David, which link the names 'Jesus Christ', 'Immanuel', 'Logos/Word' and 'Yehoshua HaMashiach/Jesus the Messiah'. We are also led to investigate the triangular geometry of Genesis 1.1 (MT), where we make an astounding discovery.

In this new page I would like to show you some recent discoveries I've made which reveal further links between the English, Hebrew and Greek expressions of the Lord's name, forged through G-triangle geometry and with a particular emphasis on fractal snowflakes and antisnowflakes. As I show in the Creation Snowflake, three numbers defining an image of a Koch antisnowflake are encrypted into the opening words of the NIV Bible. The resulting snowflake is nothing less than a work of art, symbolising the six days of Creation, the infinite variety and fractal nature of Creation and the Second Coming of Christ - the principal theme of this website.

The new artworks presented below have been signed by the same Artist and again utilise all three languages, revealing once more their common origin and purpose.


Snowy Flakes

Here is the name and title 'Jesus Christ' in modern English, biblical Hebrew and biblical Greek, numerated under the ordinal value system.

Jesus Christ (o) ............................................... = 151

Yehoshua HaMashiach/Jesus the Messiah (o) = 115

Ihsous Christos/Jesus Christ (o) ..................... = 205

These three numbers are the individual counters required to build three stunningly-beautiful snowflakes, portraying centred triangle 10,  hexagram 13 and hexagon 19, all constructed from star 13.

Star 151 115 205 jpg

This geometric relationship forms a clear link between all three numbers and strongly suggests that the names from which they were derived were designed to point to these figures and more generally to fractal snowflakes and related figures as metaphors for infinite variety within unity. In fact in Hebrew the number 13 is the gematria of echad/unity, as well as Ahavah/love, the force behind all creativity.

The same three numbers, along with a fourth, are found within snowflake 373. The Hebrew name Yehoshua HaMashiach literally means 'Jesus the Messiah', which, in English, numerates as follows to give us that fourth number:

Jesus the Messiah (o) = 181

All four numbers, 115, 151, 181 and 205, are found together within snowflake 373. 115 is the largest star based on a centred triangle that wil fit into snowflake 373. 151 is the antisnowflake created within snowflake 373 by two iterations of the process creating the Koch Snowflake from a triangle (it is also formed by the 'creation function' I develop in The Creation Snowflake). 181 is a hexagram within the snowflake. If antisnowflake 151 and hexagram 181 are now merged, a double snowflake with 205 counters is created. All this is shown below.

373 151 115 205 181 jpg

So again we find these ordinal values can be expressed as related fractal snowflakes [1], representing Jesus Christ, the Word made flesh, inside a larger snowflake representing the Word itself!


Star of David

Snowflake 373, representing the Word, can itself be cut from a hexagram of 925 units, this being the standard value of 'Jesus Christ'. This hexagram is made from the fusion of two centred triangles of 694 counters. I have retained one version of the internal structure of snowflake 373 to show how English, Greek and Hebrew versions of the Lord's name form a trio of nested snowflakes.

Star 925 373 115 jpg

Notice how the small star fits snuggly inside the snowflake which again fits snuggly inside the larger star. Snowflake 373 also accommodates antisnowflake 151, as already shown. I have reproduced it again below, this time showing the two merged triangles of 694 units that form star 925, along with gematria showing yet again how these synonymous names and titles have been crafted to reveal these integrated figures.

Star 925 694 373 151 jpg

 Jesus Christ (s) = 925

Our Redeemer (s) = 694

Logos/Word (s) = 373

Jesus Christ (o) = 151


The Holy Spirit

The standard value of 'the Holy Spirit' is 1489, which is the 32nd centred triangle (Christ (r) = 32). This is shown below, with its largest internal hexagon highlighted. This is the standard value of 'Jesus the Messiah'. 

Centred Triangle 1489 991 

The largest triangle that will fit inside hexagon 991 is 361, which is the value of the Greek word Amnos/Lamb, Jesus being the Lamb of God (John 1.29). 

 Centred Triangle 1489 991 361

Each of the yellow trapezia surrounding the green triangle requires 210 units, this being the standard value of these synonyms for Jesus:

Son (s) ................= 210

Lamb of God (s) .= 210

Again we see profound integration, evidence of prior planning in our languages. Centred triangles and their corresponding hexagrams and hexagons are relatively little-known figures (I had to work them all out, as there is almost nothing online about them), yet they contain some of the most dazzling jewels I have unearthed. But the integration of these beautiful figures doesn't stop there.


The Template

By filling hexagon 991 (Jesus the Messiah (s)) with the largest Star of David it will accommodate, we create a template for the production of some of the above snowflakes.

First here is the Star of David, with 661 counters. 661 itself is the standard value of 'Divine Lord'. 

 Centred Triangle 1489 991 661


The hexagon within the Star of David, which has 331 counters, is the template for the creation of the snowflakes with which I began this page.

 Centred Triangle 1489 991 661 205

Out of the infinite sequence of centered triangles and hexagons, the only one that expresses the gematria of 'The Holy Spirit' and 'Jesus the Messiah' also incorporates these beautiful snowflakes representing the English, Hebrew and Greek names for the Lord. It didn't have to be this way! Such profound integration of word and form not only validates English gematria but demonstrates its relationship to its Hebrew and Greek cousins. All are part of one family, all have the same DNA and all have been designed by God.


Bill Downie




1. The hexagram itself is the first stage in the creation of a Koch snowflake.