THIS IS PRETTY AMAZING STUFF
ALLUDING TO MANY HIGHER THINGS :
You know the Shemhamphorasch is said to have 216 letters right ?
Given in the Book of Exodus.
Take the numbers 144,000 and divide by 666, you get
That’s 216 five times = 1080, which is the number they associated with the ” Holy Spirit “, but also with the ” Messiah “, the offspring of King David.
You know King David was associated with the new moon ?
The Moon’s Radius in miles = ~ 1080
in the digits of pi
3 x 1 x 4 x 1 x 5 x 9 x 2 = 1080
1080 divided by 666 = Phi
The diameter of the moon is 2,160 miles,each radius being 1,080 miles. It’s circumference is 10,800 kilometers. The circumference of the earth is 21,600 nautical miles, a function of the 21,600 arc-minutes in the measure of the circumference around the sphere within a cube. The volume of the planet earth becomes 108 times 10-to-the-10th power in cubic miles (these are all accurate to within .001 percent of actual measurements) These numbers all point to the interrelationship of time with Divine names.
The Bible is truly fascinating if you take the time to learn about it !
Most of the numbers used in it are from numbers like pi and Phi, but this also has to do with the languages used to write it.
I tried evey thing this is all I could put up one the net
The spirituality of Time
The Zohar teaches that the lights of the face are the secret of the hour.1 The light of a mans face is not on all days like on Shabot.2 Chuchmah is called Light. It illuminates a man’s face.3 Chuchmah of Elokim is chuchmah of Adam who is Teferet. This Chuchmah illuminates his face through Teferet.4 Each hour having its unique light. The Ar”i teaches that chassadim illuminate one’s face.5 It is possible for the sparks of one’s Nefesh, Ruach and Nashama to rise up at a appointed time. All of them can rise up to a high level (at such a time). This time is called עת רצון (time of favorable will). The is no פרגוד (barrier) locked before them blocking their accent. But rising is only by the middle pillar. When the lower is included in levels of אלוהות. By this Yichud the lower rises up.6 Light of the sefirot of Atzilut are the foundation of the aspects of עת (hour) and זמן (time). Each hour is divided into 1080 parts. This is 18 parts per minute. Each having its own permutation of the name � , and its own vowels. The 4 letters of � each including 10 vowels one for each sefira making a total of 40. Then these joined to each of the 27 letters equals1080. These correspond to the 1080 breaths that one breathes in an hour.7 The 360 permutations of אלהים 3 times = 1080. Night is the aspect of ׁ and Nakavah. Day is the make aspect and is �. The yichud of ׁ and � is called זמן. ׁ + � = זמן, ב is above time t being Binna and Yovel. Here slaves go free. None are free except those who occupy in Torah (which is above time).8 The שעה (hour) is divided in many ways, it as the Shechinah. Machut is called שעה. It contains 1080 parts. The 24 permutations of ׀׃אx (45 times a hour)=1080. This is 18 parts per minute (every 3.3 seconds). Every רגע (moment) devides to 273 parts. (this is yichud �-sun and sarufim׀׃א-moon) 9 1080 = 5 x 216 (גבורה) is
1sulam on zohar Shalach Lecha p.58
2Benay Yishachar p.6
3Benay Yishachar p.70:2
4safer ha paliyah
5safer lecutim-ar’i p.461
7Lekuty Maharan p.27
8Bennay Yishachar p. 76,80
9Tikunim Chadashim-Ramcha’l p.197, Benay Yisachar p.88:2
A friend introduced me to this mathematical anomaly .
I don’t know what it is , what it means
But there is something cool
Interesting about it :
When you divide any number by 7
You get the same repeating series of numbers
exceptions being 7,14,21,28,35,42,56,63 ->
which are mutiples of 7 and when divided by 7
return whole numbers…123456789
What is this ?
Multiply 9 by any number and the value always is nine.
9×283=2547 (2+5+4+7=18 1+8=(9)
9×3942578=35483202 (3+5+4+8+3+2+0+2=27 2+7=(9)
12345679 x 8 = 98765432
1111 x 1111 = 1234321
1111111 x 1111111 = 1234567654321
and there is this
The Rule of 8 by 2 by 9 Number Puzzle demonstrates an intriguing second method to do the math with an Infinity Rule of 9 situation.
The Rule of 8 by 2 by 9 Number Puzzle is based on the Infinity Rule of 9:
1/9 = .1 to infinity
2/9 = .2 to infinity
3/9 = .3 to infinity
4/9 = .4 to infinity
5/9 = .5 to infinity
6/9 = .6 to infinity
7/9 = .7 to infinity
8/9 = .8 to infinity
9/9 = 1
The Rule of 8 by 2 by 9 is quite simple how it works. The first method is to double 8 to infinity, then to divide each result by 9:
16/9 = 1 with a remainder of 7 = 1.7 with the 7 to infinity
32/9 = 3 with a remainder of 5 = 3.5 with the 5 to infinity
64/9 = 7 with a remainder of 1 = 7.1 with the 1 to infinity
128/9 = 14 with a remainder of 2 = 14.2 with the 2 to infinity
256/9 = 28 with a remainder of 4 = 28.4 with the 4 to infinity
512/9 = 56 with a remainder of 8 = 56.8 with the 8 to infinity
1024/9 = 113 with a remainder of 7 = 113.7 with the 7 to infinity
The first method is used primarily to help prove the second method.
The second method is similar to the first, with the difference being how you manipulate the math to get the answer. The procedure for the second method is:
Where X = (8 multiplied by (2 to I)) . . . Divide X/9 then divide the whole number portion of the solution by 8 then subtract the Remainder of that from 8 to get the decimal infinity number then combine the whole number solution with the decimal infinity number solution for the answer.
16/9 = 9 goes into 16 by 1 then (1/8 = 0 with a remainder of 1) then (8 – 1 = 7) = 1.7 with the 7 to infinity
32/9 = 9 goes into 32 by 3 then (3/8 = 0 with a remainder of 3) then (8 – 3 = 5) = 3.5 with the 5 to infinity
64/9 = 9 goes into 64 by 7 then (7/8 = 0 with a remainder of 7) then (8 – 7 = 1) = 7.1 with the 1 to infinity
128/9 = 9 goes into 128 by 14 (14/8 = 1 with a remainder of 6) then (8 – 6 = 2) = 14.2 with the 2 to infinity
256/9 = 9 goes into 256 by 28 (28/8 = 3 with a remainder of 4) then (8 – 4 = 4) = 28.4 with the 4 to infinity
512/9 = 9 goes into 512 by 56 (56/8 = 7 with a remainder of 0) then (8 – 0 = 8) = 56.8 with the 8 to infinity
1024/9 = 9 goes into 1028 by 113 (113/8 = 13 with a remainder of 1) then (8 – 1 = 7) = 113.7 with the 7 to infinity
The first method easily works infinitely (simple mathematics) but it’s the second method that isn’t so easy to understand that it also works infinitely. The proof that the second method works to Infinity is the Rule of 1 by 2 by 3. The Rule of 1 by 2 by 3 dictates that if you take 1 and double it to Infinity, the result(s) will not be evenly divisible by 3. This proves that the Rule of 8 by 2 by 9 works to Infinity, because the second method would collapse if the result of any Primary Number (8 x (2 to I)) could be evenly divisible by 9, because the Remainder would then be 0 and there is no way to obtain a .0 answer with the second method and if there is no way for the Primary Number to be evenly divisible by 3, then there is no way it can be evenly divisible by 9.
Further proof that the Rule of 1 by 2 by 3 works to Infinity is the primary Rule of Even over Odd, which provides that if you take 1 and double it to Infinity, the result(s) will not be evenly divisible by any odd number, which, of course, includes 3. Also, the Rule of Primes by 2 by Odd is a portion of the Rule of Even over Odd, which provides that if you take any Prime Number and double it to Infinity, the result(s) will not be evenly divisible by any odd number other than the original Prime Number. Also, when doing the math the second way, the answer will not have a remainder of 8 either, since 8 will go into 8 once so the final answers are limited to infinities of 1,2,4,5,7,8 (as the first examples show) and 3,6,9,0 will never occur in the final answer. 3 was already explained, which also covered 6 & 9 and 0 was also covered, since that would be the one that messes everything up but it too never shows up but the real question is, how does the 2nd way work and how is it possible it works to infinity? How does my equation/formula correspond to the original equation and convert the math differently, to still get the same answer ALL THE TIME?
I just thought I’d add that piece, in case anyone is actually playing around with it to see if I am pulling your leg or not. I’m not but you will have to dew tha math to find that out.
Ps: Did anyone happen to notice the order of the first six answers?
And the last one, the 7th example, is a 7 and although there isn’t an 8th answer shown, I will tell you it ends in 5 and the 9th ends in 1 but you have to figure out if that order also continues to infinity. I won’t spoon feed everything to you.
So, is there an order to the answers that is identical and repeats itself to infinity and does that order have something to do with why my equation/formula also works to infinity? And is there more to this than meets the eye? All of these questions can be answered, if you dew tha math.
Also, play with all of the Number Puzzles mentioned above to find out they do work to Infinity. Math can be fun!