Originally posted by salty-red
reply to post by stander
wow that crop circle is amazing and there's zero chance of it being man-made. Also it says June 1,2008 as the date it was made is that correct?
6/2008, 6.28 or 3.14 times 2.
This is exactly the reason why Pi signed in June 2008, or 6/2008 and not before or after. Anyone who doesn't have basic understanding of geometry
(and good eyes) wouldn't figure this out.
The reason why Pi signed in on the 1st of June in particular is that Pi is a name composed of letters. There are 26 letters in the English alphabet.
But if you write 26, this number could refer to letter Z. In order to avoid misunderstanding, the number that refers to the whole alphabet is derived
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + . . . + 25 + 26 = 153.
Since Pi is a master in a simple encoding techniques, he used the sum 153 with the order of days in the year. Since 2008 is a leap year, the 153rd day
is the 1st day in June -- the day he checked in.
Pi stresses simplicity in calculations. But what number would you assign to two words "simple calculation?" The Dow data don't show words, but
numbers. So if Pi wants to tell us to keep our calculations simple, he needs to come up with a number that translates into this instruction. How about
1 + 1 = 2
That's a natural choice, so when you see number 112
, or a string of these three digits, it could be Pi telling us to keep our calculations
simple. So let's test this idea on yesterday's Dow:
The Dow lost 1.12% . But the percentage is a collection of three digits that makes number 112! Could this be just a coincidence?
In order to avoid this possibility, Pi will connect 112 with the final number of points that the Dow closed with. That means, after rounding down to
an integer, The final figure was LAST = 8824 points. Since the code 112 tells us to keep the calculations very simple, the most simple way to
"calculate" 8824 is to split it on two parts and add the numbers together. Now Pi will make sure that the sum will link with 112.
88 + 24 = 112.
Well "said," indeed.
You need to call the manipulator names so he would show us his tricks and how precise he can be in manipulating the market. This is what he did
yesterday apart from the 112 instruction. It goes like this . . .
We know that there is a link between numbers 3.14 and letters 'p' and 'i', all written as pi 3.14
. Now when you move 'pi' on the other
side of the number (firs/last opposite), then 3.14 pi
would be interpreted as a turn of 3.14 x 180 degrees. But if you replace letter 'i
'with letter 'm' you get something that the Dow uses; you get time 3.14 pm
. And that's exactly the time that Pi wanted us to check on the
Dow figures, namely on the CLOSE at that time.
You see that at 3.14 pm, the Dow close was a funny number 8888.22 -- a very rare occurrence.
Now what would be the simplest way to connect 8888.22 with the time 3.14, which is the first three digits of pi?
Well, we see 8888 on the LEFT side and 22 on the RIGHT side of the decimal point. Since left and right are opposites, we will manipulate 8888.22
according this comparison:
LEFT is to APART as RIGHT is to TOGETHER.
Now we set 8888 apart using '+' and add the result to 22:
(8 + 8 + 8 + 8) + (22) = 54.
But 54 doesn't relate to number pi!
It does and only one transformation is allowed to keep things simple:
54 = 9 x 6
Since 9 upside down makes 6, and "upside down" is a turn in opposite direction, then 54 does link with pi (radians), which is a turn in opposite
direction as well. And the proof is complete.
Salty, that ET manipulator creamed us big time. We almost missed the Dow "pi time." But since Pi made the crop circle in logical time, I figured
that he would go for a special time point in the yesterday's Dow session. The 8888.22 Close was hidden, no one would really notice because the number
was not the final number of points that gets the most of attention from the traders and media. Pi is a sissy; he's very secretive. That's why SETI
can't find him.
Okay, the number 8888.22 was rendered as (8+8+8+8) and as (22)
So I solve what 22 equals to:
22 = 3 + 9 + 7 + 3
I didn't actually solve it; I copied the solution from the Daily 4 12/17/08 result:
Now can you use the same four numbers 3 9 7 3 and manipulate them so the formula would equal (8+8+8+8) = 32
Remember that the number manipulation must be simple. But you can try something more complex if the simple ways fail. But if you don't succeed to
arrive at 32 at all, then you need to consider a non-mathematical solution -- you just knock nextdoor:
(At last, I found that 32!)
Remember that 9 x 6 = 54 where 5 = "Fantasy 5" and 4 = "Daily 4." One game result is UP and the other DOWN, like turning 9 upside down.
That ET dude is very good . . .