Six is the number that clearly represents man, satan, sin, and slavery.
“They that see thee shall narrowly look upon thee, and consider thee, saying, Is this the MAN who made the earth to tremble, and who did shake kingdoms. Who, made the world like a WILDERNESS, and DESTROYED it’s cities, who opened not the house of his prisoners?”
Using the English in this verse I could make a good case against the Sierra Club, who desire to destroy the cities and make the world like a wilderness. Aha! I’ve stumbled onto the identity of the beast. Well, maybe another day. There are dozens of words that have interesting ties to the number six and it’s multiples. I would like to address a few. There are only a handful of words that have a total gematria of six. The word for ‘separation’ and being ‘alone’ for example, is bad, which is an interesting play on words itself.
This word is used to describe Ephraim and their association with sin and disregard for Torah in Hoshea 8:9-12:
“For they are gone up to Assyria, a wild ass ALONE by HIMSELF, Ephraim hath hired lovers. Yea, though they have hired among the nations, now will I gather them, and they shall sorrow a little for the burden of the king of princes. Because Ephraim hath made many altars to SIN, altars shall be unto him to SIN. I have written to him the great things of my Torah, but they were counted as a strange thing.”
The word for ‘enemy’ is ‘eyvah, which has a gematria of 18 (3×6). The same is true of the Hebrew word for ‘sin’ – chatta’, which also has a gematria of 18. When YHVH blew into Adam’s nostrils and he became a ‘living’ soul, the word used here for man’s life is chay, which again has a gematria of 18.
The 6th letter of the Hebrew Aleph-Bet is vav. This word means a hook or a nail. There are only two Hebrew words that begin with a vav, but this letter appears the most times in scripture. It is not just coincidence that the other Hebrew word is vazar, which means to be guilty, or to bear a burden. It is only used one time in scripture.
“The way of a GUILTY MAN is devious and strange, but as for the pure, his work is right.”