Properties of the number 117
A.D. Grad points out that the book The Song of Songs, in the Bible, comprises 117 verses, with 5148 characters and 1251 words, and that these numbers are all multiples of 9.
It is the number of constitutive elements (or atoms) of which our Earth would be composed, perhaps even at the solar level, according to the druidism.
Raoul Auclair points out that when the Pope Paul VI went in front of the United Nations, 117 nations were present. And the Psalm 117 sings: "Praise Yahweh, all nations, extol him, all peoples".
The numerical values of Hebrew word ZIQ meaning comet or meteor, and AVPL meaning darkness, gives each one 117.
The number 117 is used 1 time in the Bible.
The number 20 is used 117 times in the Bible.
The word Sabbath is used 117 times in the OT.
Last modification: December 19, 1998