Properties of the number 113
Symbol of the Christ immolated on the cross.
Salemi, who has deducted the sacrifices of animals in the Old Testament, points out that 113 bulls in whole were sacrificed comparatively to 1130 sheep.
By using as table of correspondence A=1, B=2, ..., Z=26, we find that, in French, "DIEU + JESUS" (god + Jesus) and "LIEU DU CRANE" (place of the cranium) give each one 113.
The numerical value of the Hebrew word SLIHE, meaning to refund a debt, gives 113.
The word victim is used 113 times in the Bible. The words "sacrifice for the sin" are used 113 times in the NRSV.
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