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    https://twitter.com/Minkmaat/status/736115107671900160


    42 stations enumerated in Numbers 33.
    (...)

    42 is also number to denote the 3,5 times

    Revelation 13:5,

    the beast (...) was allowed to exercise authority for forty-two months.

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    It's intimating that the exodus coincides the way from out of the 6th day through the 7th, and that this is what NT is all about.

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    https://www.forbes.com/sites/civicna.../#450477746d1f
    The Book of Revelation tells us that the Number of the Beast, the Sign of the Devil, is 666. If you have a calculator handy enter 666 and hit the sine key (make sure you're in degree mode!). My smartphone tells me the answer is -0.809016994374948..., a rather random-looking number and certainly not one that's immediately recognizable.

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    φ = 1.618033988749875 ...

    Divide this by 2 and you get 0.80901699437494..., which agrees with our calculation of the sine of 666?, up to a sign.


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    Bisecting the top angle yields a triangle BCD, which is similar to ABC. If we denote the length of the segment CD by a, and the segment BD by b, then we may fill in the lengths of the remaining sides as indicated. Since similar triangles are proportional we have (AC/BC) = (BC/BD), or (a+b)/a = a/b. In other words, a and b are in proportion as the golden ratio and we call ABC a golden triangle.



    We can now unravel what we need: sin(54?) = AE/AD = 2AE/2AD = (a+b)/2a = (1/2)(a/b) = φ/2. Pretty cool.

    The golden ratio shows up in a number of contexts, most notably in connection with the Fibonacci sequence, but this Satanic link is certainly the most entertaining. Perhaps St. Augustine was correct when he warned us, "The good Christian should beware of mathematicians. The danger already exists that mathematicians have made a covenant with the Devil to darken the spirit and confine man in the bonds of Hell." He really meant numerologists and astrologers, but, whatever; it makes for a good quote.

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    Pentagram -- Hebrew "kochav m'chumash"

    shows up the golden ratio and angles of 72 and 36 degrees -

    so golden ratio by such already related to the numbers 6 - 36 - 216 and 666


    would it be the star of Bethlehem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sylvius View Post


    would it be the star of Bethlehem?
    more likely an icosahedron

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Icosahedron

    it shows both pentagon and hexagon

    https://www.biblewheel.com/forum/sho...0571#post60571

    https://twitter.com/Minkmaat/status/548876554382876672
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    It might be noted that the gematria of Bethlehem , "beitlechem", is 412 + 78 = 490 = 70 x 7

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    I think the Pentagram and Hexagram are satanic symbols since they are the most used symbols in Satanic rituals.
    So you won't see those symbols in my book.
    And I think you knew that.
    777 (3X7X37) = (A=1) "Seal" 37 X 21 "of" (A=1) = Comp(639 = 9X 71 ""God" (Eng sta) = 100 + 539 "The Seal of God" אלהים החתם)
    = CW of Vs(17 "God" (Eng red) = "Precious" טוב) = CW of Vs(729 (α))
    - Prime factors added is: 3+7+37 = 47 = Pri-ord(37 "Seal" (Eng ord)) + Pri-ord(137 "of God" (Eng sta))


    TV of Gen 37:1 = 2X 777 (86 "God" + 395 "the heaven" + 296 "the earth")
    = 777 + its mirror
    = FLW of Vs ord. at: 86, 395 & 296
    = 3 CW of the 777 Holograph

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