### Bible Wheel Book

1. RAM - I understand what your saying. I am just here to share my findings and maybe find some truth.

With that said, there are 26 letters in English, 24 in Hebrew and 22 in Greek if I am n0t mistaken. That gives a broader range of possibilities at 26 than 24 OR 22. Ever look at the Bible Wheel and notice ALL of the BARE spots where words COULD be but aren't?

Here is another example, I hope you like it.

A little more complex but right on the money....

"This is my body(bread), this is my blood(wine), do this in memory of me."

Blood= 48
wine=51
body= 46

MIX the REAL blood with the body and you get 94. Here is Jesus's ID.

9th letter I
4th letter D

ID

MIX the SYMBOLIC wine with the bread and you get 81 and you get ALPHA AND OMEGA or 801

Keep in mind it would be nearly IMPOSSIBLE to get to 801 in words using SEG(Simple(74) English(74) Gematria(74)).

Also, IDENTIFICATION = 138 which is 1 past the untouchable 137.

2. I just figured this out last night. If we take 703 and divide it by 2 we end up with 351.5 or 351 which is the total sum of the English alphabet. 351 would be the "center stone" of 703. I found that to be interesting.

EDIT-- After reading RAMS post on the menorah I used my gematria calculator and found that 'menorah' also equals 74. Just a side note.
Last edited by 703; 10-06-2008 at 06:54 AM.

3. OCT.14th , 2008

"The Federation of Light"

Federation=97
light=56

97+56=153

153 mirrors 351 which as I said before represents the "center stone" of "God".

153 also is from the Bible where Jesus said to throw the net on the "right" side of the boat and they "magically " catch 153 fish.

37 being "the heart of wisdom" also equals ET in "1337" or should I say "leet" code.

It may be time for enlightenment.

4. died our sins= 137
great pyramid=137
died our sins=137
confirmation=137
unlocked door=137

I'm on fire today. LMK of any comments anyone has!

5. god created heaven=137

"One of the great physicists of this century is a man named Richard Feynman, who teaches at CalTech and knows as much about the way the Cosmos works as any man alive. Feynman has participated in half a dozen extraordinary theoretical developments and won a fistful of prizes, including the one you get from Sweden. Even so, he likes to tell people that physics has not accomplished as much as some physicists like to brag, and that we are not as close to a great universal theory of matter and energy as some theorists like to think. Indeed, Feynman has said, physicists ought to put a special sign in their offices to remind themselves of how much they don't know. The message on the sign would be very simple. It would consist entirely of one word, or, rather, number: 137.

One hundred thirty-seven is the value of a number called the fine-structure constant. This constant, 137, is the way physicists describe the probability that an electron will emit or absorb a photon. Because this is the basic physical mechanism of electricity and magnetism, the fine-structure constant has its own symbol, the Greek letter a, 'alpha.'

Now, alpha is nothing more, nothing less than the square of the charge of the electron divided by the speed of light times Planck’s constant. Thus this one little number contains in itself the guts of electromagnetism (the electron charge), relativity (the speed of light), and quantum mechanics (Planck’s constant). All in one number! Not only that, this number isn’t like the gravitational constant or the universal gas constant, full of meters and kilograms and degrees Celsius. Alpha is a pure, dimensionless number — little wonder that people have been fascinated.

Physicists would like to believe that these phenomena fit together tidily in accordance with one big plan. They would like the ratio of electromagnetism, relativity, and quantum mechanics to be a number like one, or maybe two times pi. They do not like its being 137 — a prime number, for heaven's sake!

The significance of alpha was first spelled out in 1915 by a physicist named Arnold Sommerfeld — at the time, measurement errors made the value closer to 136 — and physics ever since has been littered with efforts to explain it. the most famous attempt was that of Sir Arthur Eddington, a prominent astronomer who believed that such constants could be used to produce a theory of the universe. He built a huge 16-dimensional equation full of these constants and claimed that alpha could be calculated from the number of terms: (162 - 16) / 2 + 16 = 136.

Unfortunately, experiments quickly showed that alpha was really closer to 137. Plucky Arthur Eddington was not dismayed. He said he had forgotten to add one more factor — alpha itself — and made the value 137. For thus, Punch magazine dubbed him Sir Arthur Adding-One. But Eddington was not deterred. Proudly he proclaimed that the firmament contains exactly (137 - 1) x 2256 protons. Of course, the old man may have been right; nobody has yet been able to count them all.

Throughout the Thirties and Forties, the greatest scientists of the day tried and failed to figure out the magic number 137. The great Werner Heisenberg told his friends that the problems of quantum theory would disappear only when 137 was explained, and spent years trying to explain it; fortunately, the problems did go away despite his failure. One of Heisenberg’s friends, theorist wolfgang Pauli, wasted endless research time trying to multiply pi by other numbers to get 137; Edward Teller, now a prominent advocate of star wars, derived alpha from gravitation; and a dotty Japanese showed that the difference in the masses of the proton and delta particle is equal to alpha. All this shows is that there are many ways you can multiply and add a bunch of numbers to get 137. The closest any of these people got to the answer, perhaps, was when Pauli died — in hospital room 137.

The best explanation of the mystery ever given to Victor Weisskopf, another leading theorist from that time, was provided by Gershom Scholem, one of the most eminent scholars of Jewish mysticism. When Scholem met Weisskopf, he asked about the prominent unsolved problems in physics. Weisskopf said, 'Well, there's this number, 137....' And Scholem's eyes lit up! He said, 'Did you know that one hundred thirty-seven is the number associated with the Cabala?'

After physicists slam into a problem for a few decades, they tend to go into greener pastures. Alpha calculating has been out of fashion for a while. Physics is making progress without it. But it is comforting to know that if you're at a party, and some know-it-all is talking about how great the progress of science is, you can always say, 'That’s true, my man. But why is alpha equal to one hundred thirty-seven?' "

— Charles C. Mann

6. surrounds pyramid= 216

216 is the total sum of untits surrounding the creation pyramid with 703 at its center.

6x6x6=216

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137=One Hundred Thirty Seven(spelled out)=273

http://www.biblewheel.com/gr/GR_273.asp

Notice it is Revelations 3:7 or 37(The Heart of Wisdom)

7. Originally Posted by 703
Notice it is Revelations 3:7 or 37(The Heart of Wisdom)
There is no "Book of Revelations" in the Bible. Sorry for being picky, but this is a pet peave of mine.

8. Sorry RAM! Now I see why they call you fiesty

9. Originally Posted by 703
Sorry RAM! Now I see why they call you fiesty

Yes indeed! Glad you are willing to put up with me and my "feistiness."

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137 is the smallest prime with 3 distinct digits that remains prime if one of its digits is removed.

In the Bible, it is the lifespan of three notable men: Ishmael, Levi, and Amram. Each supposedly lived to age 137. Genesis 25:17, Exodus 6:16-20
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