In The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, it is said in endnote 3 of paragraph 1.37 :
 The word Haykal (Temple) is composed in Arabic of the four letters Ha', Ya', Kaf and Lam (HYKL). Its first letter is taken to symbolize the word Huviyyah (Essence of Divinity); its second letter the word Qadir (Almighty), of which Ya' is the third letter; its third letter the word Karim (All-Bountiful); and its fourth letter the word Fadl (Grace), of which Lam is the third letter.
(Baha'u'llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 235)
Therefore I would like to know the numerical value in arabic of the world HAYKAL, which is no less than "the measure of all created things" (Baha'u'llah, The Summons of the Lord of Hosts, p. 23), and the 4 words associated with H Y K L, that is :
1- Huviyyah (Essence of Divinity)
2- Qadir (the Almighty)
3- Karim (the All-Bountiful)
4- Fadl (Grace)
For example, in the arabic abjad or Al Simiyah numerical system BAHA الباحة = B+A+H+A = 2+1+5+1
What I would like to know is the equivalent arabic figures of these words :
1- HAYKAL = ?
2- Huviyyah = ?
3- Qadir = ?
4- Karim = ?
5- Fadl = ?
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