originally posted by: anonentity
a reply to: AnkhMorpork
Well either that or its a factual truth. How the heck does the original name of God. get worked out to be a working equation? which has been hidden in
plain sight since it was written into fact , in the original Hebrew.
Ok, I've been reflecting on this and what I've seen them do with Pi and 7, and it's rather astounding that those numbers come out of it in the
negative integer number sequences. It appears to be new information and a new discovery by a numbers freak.
However, let's roll the tape all the way back to the name of God in the Hebrew Bible.
If you or anyone can show me, show us, the direct correlation (other than looking like it) between the symbol for Pi and the number 7 the letters in
the Hebrew Alphabet, then you've got my full attention.
Otherwise, it could be a math wiz who's noticed the similarity, and then proceeded with this absolutely beautiful piece of troll art from that
original premise - that the Hebrew letters of the tetragrammaton contain this equation.
Maybe that's where the stretch takes place, although with a strange and wonderful "coincidence" involving Pi and 7 that kicks out some awesome
numbers, including a number that contains all those constants including the speed of light in meters squared, defying all probability as a mere
If we're to continue to research and examine this, that's what we need to take a better look at, is the formation of those Hebrew letters and if they
really do correspond with the symbol for Pi.
Anyone know the history of the symbol for Pi and the origins of the Hebrew language?
I'm aware that Sacred Geometry forms the basis of the letters of the Hebrew language, which is why it's referred to as an angelic language.
If this is true, then it could be that someone's playing the role of imposter ie: if the origins of the Hebrew language were of otherworldly origin,
which would still suggest that a higher intellect was involved (given how ancient the language is and the lack of such mathematical and particularly,
physics knowledge, at that time), but it doesn't mean that this whatever his name is, is the author of that message, just someone who was able to
decode it, and felt that it would make for a great troll-ruse of mind-bending proportions.
Utterly fascinating, the implications IF those Hebrew letters can be shown to represent the symbol for Pi..
And even if that's just a coincidental similarity, then it's still curious, but not quite as astonishing.
edit on 26-3-2017 by AnkhMorpork because: (no reason given)