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it is imperative to know in what verses exactly in the old testament

the number 666 appears

 

I know that somewhere says about Goliath who was 6 cubits in height , his spear's head weiged 6 shekels and had 6 pieces of armor

 

another one about NEbuchadnezzar dream image was 60 cubits in height six cubits wide and 6 musical instruments were used

 

and another one if I am not wrong about 666 pieces of gold

 

please If anyone knows tell me where I can find those verses exactly in the old testament .. and if there is any other please let me know

 

thank you very much

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it is imperative to know in what verses exactly in the old testament

the number 666 appears

 

I know that somewhere says about Goliath who was 6 cubits in height , his spear's head weiged 6 shekels and had 6 pieces of armor

 

another one about NEbuchadnezzar dream image was 60 cubits in height six cubits wide and 6 musical instruments were used

 

and another one if I am not wrong about 666 pieces of gold

 

please If anyone knows tell me where I can find those verses exactly in the old testament .. and if there is any other please let me know

 

thank you very much

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First off the 666 is a Christian invention, the Original Testament was Originally Jewish Text and while Numbers are very important, this particular number isn't, anyways hope this helps.

 

1 Samuel 17

 

In the story Goliath was 6 Cubits and a span, not exactly 6 cubits (It is equivalent to being from 8’5” to 9’2” feet tall)

 

Daniel: Chapter 2 is the Nebuchadnezzar dream interpretation. about the 4 Kingdoms. Chapter 4 is of his madness.

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Hi vpas.

 

I searched the bible in Hebrew and found that the number six-hundred sixty-six appears only three times.

 

2 of those times, namely 1 Kings 10:14 and 2 Chronicles 9:13 are referring to the money Solomon received in one years time, as measured in plates of gold.

 

The other occurrence, in Ezra 2:13, is the number of sons belonging to a certain Adoniqam, one of the returned exiles from Babylon.

 

Interestingly enough, he's mentioned again in Nehemiah 7:18, but there he has *667* sons!

 

Could it get any more meaningless or transparent than that?

 

I will now crack my knuckles and get on with my life again.

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