1. A "gimel" is the Hebrew equivalent to a "g" or "j" - not a "c". A "c" would be either a "kaf" or a "kuf".

2. A "heh" is the Hebrew equivalent to an "h" - not an "e". In Hebrew an "e" would be an "aleph".

3. A "vav" is the Hebrew equivalent to a "v" - not an "f".

4. A "zayin" is a Hebrew "z" - not a "g"

5. There is no Hebrew letter "het".

This should be a "chet" which is the Hebrew equilvalent to a "k" - not an "h" - see # 2

6. A "tet" is a Hebrew "t" - not an "i".

7. A "samakh" is a Hebrew "s" - not an "o".

8. A "ayin" is a Hebrew "a" (with a different sound than an "aleph") - not a "p".

9. A "peh" is a "p" - not a "q" - the numerical value of a Peh" is 80 not 70 and he says in the "P" in Prince.

10. A "tzadi" is a Hebrew "tz" - not an "r".

11. A "kof" is a "k" - not a "s"

12. A "resh" is a Hebrew "r" - not a "t"

13. A "shin" is a Hebrew "sh" - not a "u"

14. A "tet" is a "t" - not a "v".

15. Normally an English "w" would be two "vav"s - which would have a numerical value of 12.

But for some reason all the dictionaries show "Wales" to only be spelled with one - this is a numerical value

of 6 - not zero.

16. The numerical value of a "P" is 80 - not 70.

17. The numerical value of an "R" is 200 - not 90.

18. The numerical value of "I" is 10 - not 9

19. The Hebrew for a "C' would be a kaf" with a numerical value of 20

OR

the letter "kuf" with a numerical value of 100.

Neither adds up to 3 as he says.

20. An "E" in Hebrew would be an "aleph" with a numerical value of 1 - not 5.

21. see # 19

22. The value of an "H" is 5 - not 8

23. see # 17

24. see # 20

25. The numerical value of "S" is either 60 is a "samech" is used

or

300 if a "shin" is used.

Neither has a value of 100, as he says

26. An "O" is a "vav" and has a value of 6 - not 60.

27. An "F" is a "pey" or "fey" with a numerical value of 80 - not 6

28. see # 15

29. see # 20

30. see #25

31. this is not the normal "newspaper" spelling for "Charles" (as Monty Judah claims), although it is not

incorrect.

Prince Charles in Hebrew - the Wikipedia - The heading says "Charles - Prince Wales" - this is the normal way

it is expressed and it does not add up to 666.

32. A "mem" as a prefix means "from" Wales - not "of". Prince Charles is not FROM Wales - he is Prince

OF Wales.

Queen Elizabeth is Queen of Canada - but she is not FROM Canada.

I was curious and did a Google Search on the expression "Prince Charles from Wales" - it did not show -

not even one time.

Google Search

[ the last time I checked there were two hits, and one of them was this page. ]

33. This is not the way "Wales" is spelled in Hebrew - every dictionary I have found agrees there is only

one way to spell "Wales".

2. A "heh" is the Hebrew equivalent to an "h" - not an "e". In Hebrew an "e" would be an "aleph".

3. A "vav" is the Hebrew equivalent to a "v" - not an "f".

4. A "zayin" is a Hebrew "z" - not a "g"

5. There is no Hebrew letter "het".

This should be a "chet" which is the Hebrew equilvalent to a "k" - not an "h" - see # 2

6. A "tet" is a Hebrew "t" - not an "i".

7. A "samakh" is a Hebrew "s" - not an "o".

8. A "ayin" is a Hebrew "a" (with a different sound than an "aleph") - not a "p".

9. A "peh" is a "p" - not a "q" - the numerical value of a Peh" is 80 not 70 and he says in the "P" in Prince.

10. A "tzadi" is a Hebrew "tz" - not an "r".

11. A "kof" is a "k" - not a "s"

12. A "resh" is a Hebrew "r" - not a "t"

13. A "shin" is a Hebrew "sh" - not a "u"

14. A "tet" is a "t" - not a "v".

15. Normally an English "w" would be two "vav"s - which would have a numerical value of 12.

But for some reason all the dictionaries show "Wales" to only be spelled with one - this is a numerical value

of 6 - not zero.

16. The numerical value of a "P" is 80 - not 70.

17. The numerical value of an "R" is 200 - not 90.

18. The numerical value of "I" is 10 - not 9

19. The Hebrew for a "C' would be a kaf" with a numerical value of 20

OR

the letter "kuf" with a numerical value of 100.

Neither adds up to 3 as he says.

20. An "E" in Hebrew would be an "aleph" with a numerical value of 1 - not 5.

21. see # 19

22. The value of an "H" is 5 - not 8

23. see # 17

24. see # 20

25. The numerical value of "S" is either 60 is a "samech" is used

or

300 if a "shin" is used.

Neither has a value of 100, as he says

26. An "O" is a "vav" and has a value of 6 - not 60.

27. An "F" is a "pey" or "fey" with a numerical value of 80 - not 6

28. see # 15

29. see # 20

30. see #25

31. this is not the normal "newspaper" spelling for "Charles" (as Monty Judah claims), although it is not

incorrect.

Prince Charles in Hebrew - the Wikipedia - The heading says "Charles - Prince Wales" - this is the normal way

it is expressed and it does not add up to 666.

32. A "mem" as a prefix means "from" Wales - not "of". Prince Charles is not FROM Wales - he is Prince

OF Wales.

Queen Elizabeth is Queen of Canada - but she is not FROM Canada.

I was curious and did a Google Search on the expression "Prince Charles from Wales" - it did not show -

not even one time.

Google Search

[ the last time I checked there were two hits, and one of them was this page. ]

33. This is not the way "Wales" is spelled in Hebrew - every dictionary I have found agrees there is only

one way to spell "Wales".

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