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Paradigm
 Subject: Pi & Phi 12/11/2017, 08:50  
 I was wondering what all words or phrases that you all might be able to think of that in the Hebrew gematria would total 314, 358, 618 or 1618.
Also, if you know of where these numbers may appear in nature, science, genetics, etc.
Thanks, Keith 
   Ed J
 Subject: Re: Pi & Phi 12/11/2017, 16:34  
  Paradigm wrote:
 I was wondering what all words or phrases that you all might be able to think of that in the Hebrew gematria would total 314, 358, 618 or 1618.
Also, if you know of where these numbers may appear in nature, science, genetics, etc.
Thanks, Keith
Hi Kieth, I know Phi and Fibonacci go together, I don't know how Pi or Gematria would play a roll in numbering sequences though ??? _____________ God bless Ed J 
   Paradigm
 Subject: Re: Pi & Phi 12/12/2017, 04:50  
  Ed J wrote:
Hi Kieth,
I know Phi and Fibonacci go together, I don't know how Pi or Gematria would play a roll in numbering sequences though ???
_____________ God bless Ed J
Thanks for your response Ed. Yes Phi (golden ratio/golden mean) is directly related to the Fibonacci numbers. For example, the Hebrew gematria of 358. Mashiach/Messiah: 358 Nachash/Serpent: 358 On the dreidal used during Chunnakah (Which begins tomorrow evening) has four Hebrew letters. If if is from Israel, the letters (nun, gimel, heh, shin) represent the phrase "A great miracle happened Here." If from outside of the land, "A great miracle happened There." The second phrase is represented by the Hebrew letters, num, gimel, heh,shin. Nun, Gimel, Heh, Shin: 358 The numbers 3,5,8 are three numbers that are sequential in the Fibonacci sequence representing the golden ratio or phi. Phi can be represented with 1.618:0.618 Pi of course is usually abbreviated as 3.14. An example of this is on the mezuzah which is placed upon the doorpost and gates. Stated another way the mezuzah is placed upon the portals. On traditional mezuzahs, the Hebrew letter "Shin" is written or engraved upon it. The Shin represents "Shaddai." Shaddai is spelled shin, dalet, yud. Shaddai: Shin, dalet, yud =314 In other words, pi is represented upon the portals. Interestingly, the name Metatron also has a numerical value of 314. I will go into more detail later of how these kinds of mathematics appear in nature and in the scripture and some of the implications. Hopefully for now, this gives a little clearly explanation of why I posted the questions. thanks again, Keith 
   Paradigm
 Subject: Re: Pi & Phi 12/21/2017, 05:03  
 When we begin to look closely at how certain numbers often either appear together or are contrasted, interesting relationships and patterns begin to emerge.
At one time, the Tanakh or OT, was a compilation of 22 books. Books that are now separated such as 1st Samuel and 2nd Samuel were at one time placed as one. For those familiar with the Hebrew alphabet, there are 22 basic letters. Five of the letters have a final form making it 27 if those are counted. Of course the NT has 27 books.
As mentioned in another post, there are 22 times in the OT where all of the letters of the Hebrew alphabet appear in a single verse. The Hebrew letters are often broken down into three groups categorized below.
Mothers: 3 Doubles: 7 Elementals: 12
It is interesting in the story of Joseph that there are three sets of dreams. The prominent number in Joseph's dreams was 12. The cup bearer and the baker both had dreams in which the number 3 was prominent. The dreams of Pharaoh that Joseph interpreted focused upon the number 7. Like the Hebrew alphabet these numbers total 22.
Joseph, which is perhaps one of the greatest Messianic types in the scripture was with his father Jacob for 17 years before being sold into slavery by his brothers. He was separated by his father for 22 years and then they spent 17 more years together before Jacob died. 17 of course is the 7th prime number.
Interesting Jacob/Israel by whom The Creator has chosen to call Himself was the 22nd generation from Adam. Enoch, who was translated is mentioned specifically in scripture as being the 7th from Adam. Not only is Jacob the 22nd generation, like Joseph, he was separated from his family for 22 years.
The Menorah which like the other furniture in the tabernacle was fashioned according to the pattern of heavenly or unseen things. Part of the decorations upon the menorah consisted of 22 almond knobs among the 7 branches.
In the days of Moses a remnant stood against the sin of the golden calf. This was the Levites which were numbered at exactly 22,000. Elijah is the mirror of Moses and in his day there was a remnant of 7,000 that refused to bow to Baal.
The book of Revelation contains 22 books that correspond to each letter of the Hebrew alphabet. It is apparent to anyone who has read Revelation that the number 7 stands out repeatedly. It is difficult to ascertain exactly how many sevens are referred to, but one in which I did reckoned the sets of sevens as seventeen. Again 17 is the 7th prime.
I mentioned in an earlier post how the digit pi is represented on the mezuzah abbreviated at 314. If we choose to represent pi not as a decimal, but as a fraction we would write it at 22/7 or 22:7.
Therefore many passages in the scripture that have been viewed in a strictly linear way should perhaps be reexamined. Pi is the ratio between the circumference and diameter of a circle. Stated another way, pi is the relationship between the linear and the cyclical, the finite and eternal, choice and destiny, law and grace, etc.
Many of the concepts that are often viewed as mutually exclusive are reconciled in this infinite number that is often referred to as an "irrational number."
I have given a few instances, but there are more. For example, The Creator brought His creation into existence within a 7 day period. However, He did 22 specific acts of creation within that time.

   Ed J
 Subject: Re: Pi & Phi 4/6/2018, 13:31  
 Hi Paradigm,
I have found that the fake pi of 355 ÷ 113 works better in calculations than 22 ÷ 7
_____________ God bless Ed J 
   Amanda
 Subject: Re: Pi & Phi 4/24/2018, 09:44  
 Hey that's cool thanks ED J. 
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