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Amish: Swiss German and Settleded in Lancaster, Pennsylvania = 322 (Reverse Ordinal)


The history of the Amish church began with a schism in Switzerland within a group of Swiss and Alsatian Anabaptists in 1693 led by Jakob Ammann. Those who followed Ammann became known as Amish. In the second half of the 19th century, the Amish divided into Old Order Amish and Amish Mennonites.

Jakob Ammann is known because his prominent involvement in a schism among the Swiss Brethren that began in 1693. Until recent decades, he was often heavily blamed for the division, being portrayed as an angry, harsh, and demanding leader who imposed his views on others. With the publication of some of the correspondence from the period (beginning in 1950, with Mast’s "Amish Letters") and the uncovering of new evidence, Ammann’s reputation has received a more positive appraisal among some researchers.  Because of their prominent roles, Jakob Ammann and Hans Reist have been used to characterize the two sides of the schism, but the issues were broader than the two most prominent men involved.


In 1693, Jakob Ammann, "together with the ministers and elders," sent a general letter to people within the Swiss Brethren congregations, asking for a meeting in which he wanted clarification about where they stood on three issues: 1) Shunning those who had been banned, 2) whether liars should be excommunicated, and 3) if people could be saved who did not follow God’s word.

The first Amish was Jakob Ammann = 33 (Chaldean) born in Canton of Bern, Switzerland, he was excommunicated by the Swiss Brethren movement. He also lived in near La Petite Lièpvre, Alsace, France = 444 (Reverse Ordinal), and settled in Lancaster, Pennsylvania = 322 (Reverse Ordinal).

The Pennsylvania Dutch = 232 (Jewish Ordinal) 
 • The Pennsylvania Dutch = 88 (Full Reduction)
  The Pennsylvania Dutch = 77 (Septenary)

Pennsylvania Dutch Regions with significant populations: 

United States, especially Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, West Virginia; Canada, especially Ontario (Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Markham, Stouffville and Pickering). 

The Pennsylvania Dutch (Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch, are a cultural group formed by early German-speaking immigrants to Pennsylvania and their descendants. The word "Dutch" does not refer to the Dutch people or Dutch language, but to the German settlers, known as Deutsch (in standard German) and Deitsch (in the principal dialect they spoke, Palatine German). Most emigrated to the Americas from Germany or Switzerland in the 17th and 18th century. Over time, the various dialects spoken by these immigrants fused into a unique dialect of German known as Pennsylvania German or Pennsylvania "Dutch". At one time, more than one-third of Pennsylvania's population spoke this language. 

The Pennsylvania Dutch maintained numerous religious affiliations, with the greatest number being Lutheran or German Reformed, but also with many Anabaptists, including Mennonites, Amish, and Hutterite. The Anabaptist religions promoted a simple lifestyle, and their adherents were known as Plain people or Plain Dutch. This was in contrast to the Fancy Dutch, who tended to assimilate more easily into the American mainstream. Other religions were also represented by the late 1700s, in smaller numbers.


Top 10 Amish Surnames & Gematria
Published May 15, 2018



Gematria Word of The Day
Top 10 Amish Surnames
#1 Amish Surname:
Miller
A Full Reduction 33
B Single Reduction 33
C Full Reduction KV 33
D Single Reduction KV 33
E Reverse Full Reduction 39
F Reverse Single Reduction 39
G Reverse Full Reduction EP 57
H Reverse Single Reduction EP 57
I English Ordinal 69
J Reverse Ordinal 93
K Francis Bacon 95
L English Extended 204
M Franc Baconis 137
N Sumerian 414
O Reverse Sumerian 558
P Jewish Reduced 29
Q Jewish Ordinal 65
R Jewish 164
S Septenary 20
T Chaldean 18
U Satanic 279
V ALW Kabbalah 85
W KFW Kabbalah 85
X LCH Kabbalah 50
Y Primes 210
Z Trigonal 478
AA Squares 887

Gematria Word of The Day
Top 10 Amish Surnames
#2 Amish Surname:
Stoltzfus
A Full Reduction 32
B Single Reduction 50
C Full Reduction KV 32
D Single Reduction KV 50
E Reverse Full Reduction 49
F Reverse Single Reduction 49
G Reverse Full Reduction EP 49
H Reverse Single Reduction EP 49
I English Ordinal 158
J Reverse Ordinal 85
K Francis Bacon 184
L English Extended 1796
M Franc Baconis 315
N Sumerian 948
O Reverse Sumerian 510
P Jewish Reduced 40
Q Jewish Ordinal 148
R Jewish 1156
S Septenary 43
T Chaldean 45
U Satanic 473
V ALW Kabbalah 110
W KFW Kabbalah 142
X LCH Kabbalah 115
Y Primes 547
Z Trigonal 1601
AA Squares 3044

Gematria Word of The Day
Top 10 Amish Surnames
#3 Amish Surname:
Yoder
A Full Reduction 31
B Single Reduction 31
C Full Reduction KV 31
D Single Reduction KV 31
E Reverse Full Reduction 23
F Reverse Single Reduction 23
G Reverse Full Reduction EP 41
H Reverse Single Reduction EP 41
I English Ordinal 67
J Reverse Ordinal 68
K Francis Bacon 93
L English Extended 859
M Franc Baconis 133
N Sumerian 402
O Reverse Sumerian 408
P Jewish Reduced 26
Q Jewish Ordinal 62
R Jewish 539
S Septenary 18
T Chaldean 19
U Satanic 242
V ALW Kabbalah 65
W KFW Kabbalah 49
X LCH Kabbalah 78
Y Primes 223
Z Trigonal 641
AA Squares 1215

Gematria Word of The Day
Top 10 Amish Surnames
#4 Amish Surname:
Beiler
A Full Reduction 33
B Single Reduction 33
C Full Reduction KV 33
D Single Reduction KV 33
E Reverse Full Reduction 39
F Reverse Single Reduction 39
G Reverse Full Reduction EP 75
H Reverse Single Reduction EP 75
I English Ordinal 51
J Reverse Ordinal 111
K Francis Bacon 77
L English Extended 141
M Franc Baconis 101
N Sumerian 306
O Reverse Sumerian 666
P Jewish Reduced 31
Q Jewish Ordinal 49
R Jewish 121
S Septenary 24
T Chaldean 18
U Satanic 261
V ALW Kabbalah 107
W KFW Kabbalah 99
X LCH Kabbalah 61
Y Primes 146
Z Trigonal 327
AA Squares 603

Gematria Word of The Day
Top 10 Amish Surnames
#5 Amish Surname:
Schwartz
A Full Reduction 37
B Single Reduction 46
C Full Reduction KV 37
D Single Reduction KV 46
E Reverse Full Reduction 44
F Reverse Single Reduction 53
G Reverse Full Reduction EP 44
H Reverse Single Reduction EP 53
I English Ordinal 118
J Reverse Ordinal 98
K Francis Bacon 144
L English Extended 1702
M Franc Baconis 235
N Sumerian 708
O Reverse Sumerian 588
P Jewish Reduced 44
Q Jewish Ordinal 116
R Jewish 1682
S Septenary 33
T Chaldean 31
U Satanic 398
V ALW Kabbalah 70
W KFW Kabbalah 94
X LCH Kabbalah 75
Y Primes 409
Z Trigonal 1241
AA Squares 2364

Gematria Word of The Day
Top 10 Amish Surnames
#6 Amish Surname:
Troyer
A Full Reduction 38
B Single Reduction 38
C Full Reduction KV 38
D Single Reduction KV 38
E Reverse Full Reduction 34
F Reverse Single Reduction 34
G Reverse Full Reduction EP 52
H Reverse Single Reduction EP 52
I English Ordinal 101
J Reverse Ordinal 61
K Francis Bacon 127
L English Extended 1145
M Franc Baconis 201
N Sumerian 606
O Reverse Sumerian 366
P Jewish Reduced 31
Q Jewish Ordinal 94
R Jewish 715
S Septenary 26
T Chaldean 21
U Satanic 311
V ALW Kabbalah 95
W KFW Kabbalah 55
X LCH Kabbalah 78
Y Primes 348
Z Trigonal 1012
AA Squares 1923

Gematria Word of The Day
Top 10 Amish Surnames
#7 Amish Surname:
Bontrager
A Full Reduction 46
B Single Reduction 46
C Full Reduction KV 46
D Single Reduction KV 46
E Reverse Full Reduction 53
F Reverse Single Reduction 53
G Reverse Full Reduction EP 71
H Reverse Single Reduction EP 71
I English Ordinal 100
J Reverse Ordinal 143
K Francis Bacon 126
L English Extended 505
M Franc Baconis 199
N Sumerian 600
O Reverse Sumerian 858
P Jewish Reduced 41
Q Jewish Ordinal 95
R Jewish 365
S Septenary 35
T Chaldean 31
U Satanic 415
V ALW Kabbalah 126
W KFW Kabbalah 118
X LCH Kabbalah 120
Y Primes 316
Z Trigonal 824
AA Squares 1548

Gematria Word of The Day
Top 10 Amish Surnames
#8 Amish Surname:
King
A Full Reduction 23
B Single Reduction 23
C Full Reduction KV 32
D Single Reduction KV 32
E Reverse Full Reduction 22
F Reverse Single Reduction 22
G Reverse Full Reduction EP 22
H Reverse Single Reduction EP 22
I English Ordinal 41
J Reverse Ordinal 67
K Francis Bacon 67
L English Extended 86
M Franc Baconis 81
N Sumerian 246
O Reverse Sumerian 402
P Jewish Reduced 21
Q Jewish Ordinal 39
R Jewish 66
S Septenary 16
T Chaldean 11
U Satanic 181
V ALW Kabbalah 57
W KFW Kabbalah 65
X LCH Kabbalah 52
Y Primes 114
Z Trigonal 244
AA Squares 447

Gematria Word of The Day
Top 10 Amish Surnames
#9 Amish Surname:
Graber
A Full Reduction 33
B Single Reduction 33
C Full Reduction KV 33
D Single Reduction KV 33
E Reverse Full Reduction 39
F Reverse Single Reduction 39
G Reverse Full Reduction EP 57
H Reverse Single Reduction EP 57
I English Ordinal 51
J Reverse Ordinal 111
K Francis Bacon 77
L English Extended 195
M Franc Baconis 101
N Sumerian 306
O Reverse Sumerian 666
P Jewish Reduced 31
Q Jewish Ordinal 49
R Jewish 175
S Septenary 25
T Chaldean 15
U Satanic 261
V ALW Kabbalah 81
W KFW Kabbalah 73
X LCH Kabbalah 77
Y Primes 155
Z Trigonal 389
AA Squares 727

Gematria Word of The Day
Top 10 Amish Surnames
#10 Amish Surname:
Fisher
A Full Reduction 38
B Single Reduction 47
C Full Reduction KV 38
D Single Reduction KV 47
E Reverse Full Reduction 34
F Reverse Single Reduction 43
G Reverse Full Reduction EP 52
H Reverse Single Reduction EP 61
I English Ordinal 65
J Reverse Ordinal 97
K Francis Bacon 91
L English Extended 218
M Franc Baconis 129
N Sumerian 390
O Reverse Sumerian 582
P Jewish Reduced 45
Q Jewish Ordinal 63
R Jewish 198
S Septenary 33
T Chaldean 24
U Satanic 275
V ALW Kabbalah 87
W KFW Kabbalah 79
X LCH Kabbalah 57
Y Primes 194
Z Trigonal 478
AA Squares 891

'Breaking Amish' Cast Thinks Hasidic Jews Are Amish

Hey Mr. Amish guy in New York: "You're Goddamn right the Hasidic Jew looks like your Daddy!" ~ BANK = 322 (Squares) ON IT!

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