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1. Originally Posted by ClockNumerology
http://clocknumerology.wordpress.com...sraels-number/

So, here's what I've calculated for yours/mine enlightenment. The full link I have provided especially for you, Richard

Who is the Most High God? = 1533 (Jewish Gematria)
—>15:33 = 3:33 PM

The Number Three Hundred Thirty-Three = 1904 (Jewish Gematria)
—>19:04 = 7:04 PM
—>Yeshua = 704 (Jewish Gematria)
—>JESUS = 74 (english)

Three Hundred Thirty-Three = 1434 (Jewish Gematria)
—>14:34 = 2:34 PM
The Number of the Messiah = 234 (english) 333 (reverse eng.)
The Numbers of Jesus = 1434 (reverse english gem.)

1/333 = 0.0300300300
3:00 (min/hr hand at 12/3)
Lord Jesus Christ = 1230 (reverse english gem.)

For your sake, I have shortened this post. Thanks so much Richard. The link has alot more detail if so incline.

Blessings to You, in Jesus' Name.
-Chris Landreth-
Hey there Chris,

I understand the math, but what is it supposed to mean?

All the best,

Richard

2. Recreational Math. That is all ...
I found why it is called 'Clock' Numerology. That's all.

I'm doing my best at keeping my posts as short as possible. I know how generous you are in dealing with me

Who is the Number Two? = 1428 (eng. gem.)
--->14:28 = 2:28 PM
What is the Number of Yehoshua HaMashiach? = 2280 (eng gem.)

148 seconds = 2:28 (min/sec)
148th Day = 5/28 (may 28)
Yehoshua = 528 (Hebrew)

Two = 23 (reverse eng.)
--->23rd Day = 1/23 (jan 23)
--->Lord Jesus Christ = 1230 (reverse eng. gem.)

Two = 58 (eng.)
--->min/hr hand at 5/8 = 17:40 (5:40PM)
--->174th/173rd Day = Jun 22 (6/22)
Yehoshua HaMashiach = 173 (eng) 1074 (clock gem.)

58th Day = 2/27
227 seconds = 3.783333 Minutes (not 3 min 78 sec)
Yeshua = 378 (clock gem.)

33.3 weeks = 233 Days
The Lord Jesus Christ = 233 (english)

Do you see why it is called 'Clock' Numerology (60:60:1)? That was the Ratio I used when assigning values to each of the 26 letters of the english alphabet.

Recreational Math. That is what I call fun!
I'm unemployed and came up with a better option than Cross Word Puzzles

Thanks Rich
Last edited by ClockNumerology; 10-31-2011 at 01:19 AM.

3. I love recreational math.

It comes in many varieties.

Modular arithmentic, which applies to clocks, is an old favaorite amongst recreational mathematicians. Gauss made some amazing discoveries. Do you know about his reciprocity theorem?

4. ## I'd love to Hear about it : )

I found this: just today!
(173/Yehoshua HaMashiach)

1 and Seven Thirds= 3.33333 (2.3333 + 1)

17
___ = 5.66666

3

(min/hr hand at 5/6 = 17:30 or 5:30 PM)

Awesome!

When adding (SUM TOTAL) 1 + 7 + 3 ...1 - 7 - 3 .. X's and Division.etc
You get (23.04)

234/333

I had no idea what to call this hobby. I heard the term 'recreational math' just very recently. And now this is how I describe such fun mental activity.

God Bless
-Chris-
Last edited by ClockNumerology; 11-01-2011 at 03:23 AM.

5. Originally Posted by ClockNumerology

I found this: just today!
(173/Yehoshua HaMashiach)

1 and Seven Thirds= 3.33333 (2.3333 + 1)

17
___ = 5.66666

3

(min/hr hand at 5/6 = 17:30 or 5:30 PM)

Awesome!

When adding (SUM TOTAL) 1 + 7 + 3 ...1 - 7 - 3 .. X's and Division.etc
You get (23.04)

234/333

I had no idea what to call this hobby. I heard the term 'recreational math' just very recently. And now this is how I describe such fun mental activity.

God Bless
-Chris-
Hi Chris,

His name was Carl Freidrich Gauss - here's an excellent page giving a brief summary of his life with lot's of links to pages summarizing his mathematical achievements:

http://www.math.rochester.edu/u/facu...ges/gauss.html

As for your hobby - it seems to be focused on incidental rather then universal mathematical relations. Most mathematicians focus on universal relations embodied in theorems. For example, you might be amazed to find that the sum of the third and fourth triangular numbers is a square:

Tri(3) + Tri(4) = 6 + 10 = 16 = 4 x 4

And that the same holds true for the 4th and 5th triangular numbers:

Tri(4) + Tri(5) = 10 + 15 = 25 = 5 x 5

Now mathematicians are not be very interested in these incidental relations. They want to know if it is always true that the sum of consecutive triangular numbers is a square, and why. That's what mathematics is really all about. It is the science of numbers. Mathematicians are seeking to understand the world of numbers. Does your hobby lead to any new understanding? If not, why do you find it interesting? It looks like a bunch of incidental connections with no overarching coherence.

All the best,

Richard

6. ## I went to the Library?

Thanks, RAM.

I went to the Library to learn about Gauss, yet went home with only one good book about the GOLDEN RATIO and The Clockwork Universe.

Richard and Rose: Have a Great Holiday Season
God Bless.

7. Originally Posted by ClockNumerology
Thanks, RAM.

I went to the Library to learn about Gauss, yet went home with only one good book about the GOLDEN RATIO and The Clockwork Universe.

Richard and Rose: Have a Great Holiday Season
God Bless.
There is an amazing amount of recreational mathematics relating to the Golden Ratio. It can be a lot of fun.

The Clockwork Universe looks interesting. Is it the book by Edward Dolnick?

8. Edward Dolnick is correct.

The Golden Ratio by Lorio Morvio. Actually, this book is very detailed about the Golden Ratio. Very fascinating. I may purchase a used one on Amazon some day. That ratio goes as far back as Cave Paintings from what I've read. WoW!

Anyway, all I want to figure out on my own time is to see whether the Clock Matrix (clock numerology) is about perfect numbers or just a bunch of incidental nonsense like you say. My math background is calculus in college. The next class was Physics ....I said, "I'm out!" LOL. After calculus, I reached my limit (mentally LOL) ...

I'm not asking you a full lesson on math, but can you explain as much as you can about what you wrote?

"Tri(3) + Tri(4) = 6 + 10 = 16 = 4 x 4

And that the same holds true for the 4th and 5th triangular numbers:

Tri(4) + Tri(5) = 10 + 15 = 25 = 5 x 5 ..."

Does this mean, Triangle # 3 + Triangle #4 ??? Where did you get 6+10? I am guessing that 'Perfect' Numbers are squares -just from your site (4x4=16, 4x4x4=64). That means 4 is a perfet number?

I do my own reasearch on the web, so I won't bother you with much wasted time.

Thanks Again !

9. Originally Posted by ClockNumerology
Anyway, all I want to figure out on my own time is to see whether the Clock Matrix (clock numerology) is about perfect numbers or just a bunch of incidental nonsense like you say. My math background is calculus in college. The next class was Physics ....I said, "I'm out!" LOL. After calculus, I reached my limit (mentally LOL) ...
Yeah, if there's one thing everyone knows it's that advanced mathematics is not for everyone!

Originally Posted by ClockNumerology
I'm not asking you a full lesson on math, but can you explain as much as you can about what you wrote?

"Tri(3) + Tri(4) = 6 + 10 = 16 = 4 x 4

And that the same holds true for the 4th and 5th triangular numbers:

Tri(4) + Tri(5) = 10 + 15 = 25 = 5 x 5 ..."

Does this mean, Triangle # 3 + Triangle #4 ??? Where did you get 6+10? I am guessing that 'Perfect' Numbers are squares -just from your site (4x4=16, 4x4x4=64). That means 4 is a perfet number?

I do my own reasearch on the web, so I won't bother you with much wasted time.

Thanks Again !
The notation Tri(n) is shorthand for "Triangle number n."

The triangular numbers form a sequence 1, 3, 5, 10, 15, 21, ... etc.

Tri(1) = 1
Tri(2) = 3
Tri(3) = 6
Tri(4) = 10
etc.

Here's a picture [source] of what I meant by talking about sums of consecutive triangular numbers making squares:

 6 + 10 = 16 10 + 15 = 25

As for perfect numbers - I don't recall saying anything about them. They are defined as a positive integer that is equal to the sum of its positive proper divisors. It has been proven that all even perfect numbers are also triangular. The first three perfect numbers are:

1 = 1
6 = 1 + 2 + 3
28 = 1 + 2 + 4 + 7 + 14

Enjoy!

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