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April 7, 2010, 7:42 am
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THIS IS PRETTY AMAZING STUFF

ALLUDING TO MANY HIGHER THINGS :

(the circumference) 22 / 7 (the diameter) OF  ANY CIRCLE = INFINITE NUMBER,the first 10 million digits of pi have been calculated and in this number is no repetitive patterns at all ! In the first six billion decimal places of pi, each of the digits from 0 through 9 shows up about six hundred million times. Yet such results, conceivably accidental, do not prove normality even in base 10, much less normality in other number bases. more  http://www2.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/pi-random.html  The digits of pi continue their senseless procession all the way to infinity. In fact, not a single naturally occurring math constant has been proved normal in even one number base, to the chagrin of mathematicians. pi Reflects the profundity of creation in this simple yet fascinating ratio that Contains infinity. That’s a description of Pi, and a description of the creation itself.

PI= 3.1415926 , THIS IS EQUIVALENT TO THE 22 HEBREW LETTERS OF CREATION/7 THE 7 SEFIROT OF THE “KAV” THAT CONTINUALLY FILLS AND BUILDS THE WORLDS The 22 Holy Hebrew letters are vessel, they are Malchut (Nakavah). א is Sefirot ketter of Malchut, בוטלסצ”ש are in Chuchmah of Malchut. גהחכנפ”ר are in Bina of Malchut and דזימעק”ת are in Dat of Malchut. The 22 letters are the “reshimu”, They are the vessels for the Lights and the 7 SEFIROT OF THE “KAV” are Chesed through Malchut of Z”a, the are the 7 “nikudot” that correspond to these sefirot. Together they are the “yichud” of Hakodesh Baruch Hu and The Shechinah !

PI=22/7
The “Kav” Goes into the “Reshimu”
The “kav” spreads out the 7 midot of Z”a in to Nakavah the vessels , the Letters of creation , the “Reshimu”
Pi=3.14 to Infinite non repeating number sequences
314=שד”י
The Yesod (gateway of energy is שד”י
So the gate way of the Energy is the “Nikudot” going into the letters to Infinite non repeating number sequences
Truly touching the Divine
This is creation
Easy as PI ?
PI=22/7

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

216.2162162162162

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.

Why ?

You know King David was associated with the new moon ?

The Moon’s Radius in miles = ~ 1080

in the digits of pi

Same thing

3.141592

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 יהו”ה , and its own vowels. The 4 letters of יהו”ה each including 10 vowels one for each sefira making a total of 40. Then these joined to each of the 27 letters equals 1080. 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 אדנ”י ׁ and Nakavah. Day is the make aspect יהו”ה and is Z”a. The yichud of ׁאדנ”י and יהו”ה   is called זמן .  11+  אלהי”ם = זמן ,  71 + יהו”ה = זמן . 32 +אדנ”י = זמן , זמן is above time it 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 יהו”ה -sun and sarufim of אדנ”י  -moon) 9 1080 = 5 x 216 is (גבורה)

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

6Svaot Hashem

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

1/7=.1428571

2/7=.2857142

3/7=.4285714

4/7=.5714285

5/7=.7142851

6/7=.8571428

9/7=1.285714

13/3=1.85714

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 ?

also


Multiply 9 by any number and the value always is nine.

9×9=81 (8+1=(9}

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)

also

12345679 x 8 = 98765432

1111 x 1111 = 1234321

1111111 x 1111111 = 1234567654321

and there is this

from Toad

The Rule of 8 by 2 by 9 Number Puzzle is just a play on numbers but it also gets into .9 to infinity equals 1, which is wrong, and it should spark your curiosity, if you will just dew tha math.

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
Etc….

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
Etc….

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
Etc….

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?

7,5,1,2,4,8

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!

__________________

MATH AMON



The Divine Mathematician’s Numerical Patterns in the Bible

UPDATED JULY 25

The fact that the twelve are all connected in the center is the thirteenth. Thirteen is the number that bonds multiplicity into oneness.

This is Based on the Work of Rabbi Solomon D. Sassoon -May his soul rise higher and help us

The early Torah scholars were called ‘scribes’ or ‘calculators’ because they counted the letters of the Torah” (Talmud Bavli, Kidushin 30 a, based on Chronicles 1, 2, 55 and other verses).

 

Virtually the whole Torah and

Prophets, as well as the Psalms, and probably

other parts of Bible as well, were written with

straightforward patterns running through them and

codes underpinning them. These were based on

precise word counts and gematria (the traditional

system of assigning numerical value to each letter

based on its order in the alphabet*). The codes

contributed to the structure and design of the passages

and provided insight on the relevant topics.

These Sophisticated codes and patterns serve a number of

purposes. They may beautify the word of God and

help preserve the integrity of the text as it was subject

to the processes of copying and transmission.

Recognition of wondrous patterns supported the view

of the recipients that the text was a genuine statement

from a true prophet.

 

Serious observers must conclude that the

remarkable systems of word pattern and structure that

run through the text, without creating stilted reading,

more intricate and difficult to compose than systems

that run through other literary artifacts known to man,

was the result of true prophetic inspiration.

 

Also through the use of symbolism, which includes

number symbolism, and meanings enhanced through

textual structure and word patterns that directed the

knowledgeable reader to a deeper message, the

prophets were able to speak to those prepared to hear

the fuller import of their communication while

providing a satisfactory message to the others.

Although Rabbi Sassoon often stated that he did not

know the meaning or implications of many instances

of number usages or word patterns, their indications

often conformed to the substance of other research he

did into the meaning of the Torah text.

The number 8 as refers to the Covenant

between G-d and Israel and implied a linkage with the

prophetic dimension, while the number 13 – the

gematria of אחד (one) – denoted a subject associated

with the oneness of G-d, more basic than the concept

denoted by 8. The number 21 is used to signify the

combination of 13 plus 8. Often, 8 and 13 will be used

in tandem. The spiritual significance of the number thirteen (13), which as reflected by the thirteen attributes Divine names that draw forth Mercy (we will look at these attributes later), relates to a transcendent dimension of Godliness. This transcendence enables one to infuse spirituality within our material world This is all just  “the tip of

the iceberg.” –MUCH IS LEFT TO BE DISCOVERED

 

When Adam had lived 130 years he begot בִּדְמוּתוֹ

כְּצַלְמוֹ (in his likeness, like his image) and named him

Seth. Adam’s days after he begot Seth were 800

years… All the days that Adam lived were 930 years”

(Gen. 5:3-5). These are the only age markers the

Torah furnishes for Adam!

the 130 years – presented as a most significant event in

Adam’s life’s achievement – to be associated with

having reached the stage of appreciation of the one

G-d (13). We may perhaps add that it refers to

transmitting that idea, signified by bearing a son. The

800 years he lived subsequently indicates his having

achieved the covenantal level.

 

In the Noah narrative the word “berit” (covenant)

appears 8 times. The number of people saved in the

ark is 8 (Noah, three sons and the four wives.) The

sign of the berit – specifically pointed out, זאת אוֹת

הַבְּרִית (Gen. 9:12) – is the “qeshet” ( קֶשֶׁת , the rainbow),

which has a gematria of 800. (The word קֶשֶׁת in all

forms appears eight times in the Torah and thirteen

times in the Early Prophets.)

 

Circumcision for Ishmael was at 13 (years of age),

while for ISSAC, and subsequently for Israel, it is at 8

(days of age). The 13 results from the 13-year period

of time in Abraham’s life from when he begat Ishmael

at 86 years of age to when GOD appeared to him at

99 years of age. It was after that period of 13 that

GOD instructed him regarding circumcision on the

8th day, which was to signify the Covenant that was

to be transmitted to his progeny. These age milestones

are recorded in consecutive verses (Gen. 16:16 and

17:1).

 

In that Genesis 17 chapter that introduces

circumcision the berit stem is attested 13 times. The

8th occurrence of berit is in the 13th verse and is word

number 160 in the passage.

 

At the point that GOD changes Sarai’s name to

Sarah (Gen. 17:15), completing the name changes of

both Abraham and Sarah, the combined total of both

their names in both forms from the beginning of the

Torah is 80. Beginning with the next attestation of

Abraham’s name (v. 17) until the end of Genesis his

name appears 130 times. The total number of

attestations of his name in the Five Books is 210, that

is 130 + 80. The 130th occurrence of his name is at a

milestone point signified by an 8 associated with a 13.

 

Abraham’s brother Nahor had 8 sons from his wife

and 4 sons from his concubine. The Torah relates this

information to provide background regarding Ribqah,

the daughter of Nahor’s 8th son, Betuel (Gen. 22:20-

24). Since in that context the begetting of Ribqah is

the only mention of a grandchild, this constitutes a

unit of 8+4+1=13, corresponding to אחד , which

indicates that the family of Nahor was an appropriate

one from which a wife for Issac may derive. Upon

mention of Ribqah’s birth and within the attached

statement that “these 8 Milca bore to Nahor the

brother of Abraham” is the 130th attestation of

Abraham’s name (including Abram) from the

beginning of the Torah.

 

In the self-contained section that narrates of

Abraham’s servant finding a suitable wife for ISSAC,

which concludes with consummation of the ISSAC-

Ribqah marriage (Gen. 24), Ribqah’s name appears 13

times while ISSAC’s name appears 8 times.

When Esav gets married at 40 years of age (Gen.

26:34), a milestone that is Biblically understood as a

son separating from father and mother ( עַל כֵּן יַעֲזָב אִישׁ

אֶת אָבִיו וְאֶת אִמוֹ וְדָבַק בְּאִשְׁתּוֹ , ibid. 2:24), ISSAC is 100

years of age. From that point on (living without Esav

attached” to him) he lives 80 years. It may also be

significant that Jacob was born when Abraham was

160 years of age (80 x 2).

 

Jacob has 12 sons and one daughter, a total of 13.

When GOD changes Jacob’s name to Yisrael,

the last attestation of his name Jacob before the

change, but within the name-change context – “ שִׁמְךָ

יַעֲקב ,” (Gen. 35:10) – is the 130th occurrence of

Jacob’s name in the Torah. When the angel had

previously informed him of the forthcoming name

change, the last attestation of his name Jacob just

prior to mention of the change but also within that

context – “ 32:27-28 ) ”וַיּאמֶר יַעֲקב ) – is the 80th

occurrence of יַעֲקב in the Torah when it is counted in

the “pure” form, that is, without prefixes attached to

the name. (The reversal of the usual 130-80 sequence

is apparently because we are dealing with a

consecutive count; usage of the non-prefixed form of

the name appears to be to enable the lower total.)

When appearing before Pharaoh, Jacob states

that he is 130 years of age (ibid. 47:9), while Moses,

when in front of Pharaoh, is described in the narrative

as being 80 years of age (Ex. 7:7), an obvious

juxtaposition of these two key numbers.

The only three age notices given for Joseph are 17,

30 and 110. These delineate the two significant

periods of his lifethat lie between the markers as

reflected in the narrative, that is, a 13-year period

followed by one of 80 years. Yosef is 30 in front of

Pharaoh, having attained the level of 13 and

eventually achieves the level of 80.

 

Regarding the age notice given for Sarah at the

time of her death, the introductory clause speaks of

her life in plural וַיִּהְיוּחַיֵּי שָׂרָה ” and the numbers are

given as “100 years, 20 years and 7 years” (Gen.

23:1). The unusual literary formulation in dividing her

years into three portions may be hinting at two periods

of life, the differences between the age markers, 100–

20=80 that followed a 20–7=13.

 

These 13 and 8 patterns are a bit peculiar don’t you think ?

The total number of letters contained in a word reveals something about the word itself. Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob have a total of thirteen letters in them (in Hebrew). Sarah, Rivka, Rachel and Leah, their wives, also have thirteen letters.

 

In the Torah’s most expansive passage concerning

Shabbat, which explicitly speaks of Shabbat’s linkage

with the Covenant, the number of attestations of the

שׁבת stem is 8 (Ex. 31:12-17). From the first sh-b-t

attestation in that passage until its 8th there are 80

words.

 

A sacrifice is only acceptable from the 8th day

onwards (Lev. 22:27).

 

In the most expansive passage dealing with

repentance and return, in a context linking them with

Covenant renewal, the key stem שׁב (repentance ) is attested 8 times

(Deut. 30:1-10).

 

In Samual’s anointing of David to be king, it is

dramatically emphasized that he is the 8th son of

Yishai.

 

In King David’s census, the northern kingdom

count was 800,000 while that of Judah was 500,000, a

total of 1,300,000 (2 Sam. 24:9).

 

The 1300th verse from the beginning of Psalms is

the last verse of Psalm 78. The 1300th verse from the

end of Psalms is the last verse of Psalm 77. Thus,

Psalm 78 is enveloped by the overlap of 1300 verses

going both ways. Psalm 78 has 72 verses. Verse 36,

one of its two center verses, is verse 1264 in Psalms,

the exact center verse of the 2527 verses of Psalms.

Psalm 79 contains 13 verses. Thus, Psalm 80 begins

after exactly 1313 verses.

 

from the beginning of Psalm 80 until the end of Psalms there

are 8888 words. Thus, the Book of Psalms comprises

1313 verses followed by 8888 words.

 

There are 21 (13+8) attestations of “berit” in the

Psalms. Two of these appear in Psalm 78. The first of

these two (in v. 10) is the 8th occurrence of “berit”

from the beginning of Psalms while the second (in v.

37) is the 13th from the end of the Psalms. Excluding

superscription, “berit” is word number 88 in the

psalm.

 

The 21 attestations of berit in the Psalms are found

in exactly 13 psalms. The 8th occurrence (in Psalm

78) is in the psalm that is 8th from the last of these 13

psalms. The 13th occurrence is in the psalm that is 8th

from the beginning of these 13 psalms (Ps. 89 v. 35).

Read more at these sites

www.dvar.org.il/…/Introduction%20To%20Torah%20Patterns.doc

http://www.judaic.org/general/numbersymbolism.pdf

To be continued