Hi Richard!

Thanks for bringing Frank's page to my attention again. I had seen it quite some time ago, but what with all the other goings on it's easy to forget things at times. In fact, I contributed something to that very page, which Frank has linked to. It concerns a veiled reference to the physics number

**137.036** which you'd know a thing or two about!

Frank's finding concerning the link between

**64** and

**37** is very interesting indeed. You should email him to get permission to do a modified diagram. While you're at it, allow me to suggest another interesting addition.

The

*first *reduced prime numbers from summing the digits of the seven numbers of Genesis 1:1 are also fascinating. These would read as:

**913 = 9+1+3=13 (prime)****203 = 2+0+3=5 (prime)****086 = 0+8+6=14=1+4=5 (prime)****401 = 4+0+1=5 (prime)****395 = 3+9+5=17 (prime)****407 = 4+0+7=11 (prime)****296 = 2+9+6=17 (prime)**

It will be noted that only the value

**086** - which is actually the only two-digit number of the seven words, in spite of how I have written it - does not initially produce a prime from summing its digits; thus it has to undergo a secondary process to reduce it to a prime. The sum of these seven primes is then:

**13+5+5+5+17+11+17=73**
Where necessary, these then break down ultimately as:

**13 = 1+3=4****5****5****5****17 = 1+7=8****11 = 1+1=2****17 = 1+7=8**

These sum as:

**4+5+5+5+8+2+8=37**
In this manner, the sum of the initial prime reduction comes to

**73** - which we shall term

**I** - while the reduction of

**I** to single digits by the same process sums to

**37** - which we shall term

**J**.

It follows that

**I x J = 73 X 37 = 2701**
And

**2701** is the value of Genesis 1:1. Odd that Frank should miss that one!

Stephen

PS: I only checked this thread again because I want to simplify the points I made in the thread-starter, at post

**#1**. That simplification can wait till another day.

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