Originally posted by salty-red
Anyways first post after the 112 day and so far i've found a very interesting code of numbers. 12 and 7
now combine the numbers like this:
(84) (7) (39) (7) (12) (52) (1146)
and you find that adding digits together (with the exception of 12 which is just 12).
12, 7, 12, 7, 12, 7, 12
You can look at this a few ways, one easy way is to add all the numbers which totals 69, classic number huh. Or you can take 12x7 which is 84, meaning
That's a fatal error, Salty. Your string has a mistake in it that led you to 12/7, "the day which will live in infamy." Ask you history teacher
about that. The mistake you made is the 6th digit from the left and the 9th from the right in that string. That explains the sum 69 you arrived at.
That PI . . .
Here is the result of the "simple day," 1/12:
Pi is about opposites and 1/12 is a special day when things suppose to go easy as 1+1=2. So lets take a look at the closing figure, which was 8,
473.96 points. When you organize the number in a short string, you see again the familiar stuff -- Pi always takes delight in turning 6s and 9s, as
(96) signals opposites, and since 1/12 due to 1+1=2 is Simple Day that honors easy-minded people, we can find the opposite in 8473 very easy:
(8 + 4) = 12, 21 = (7 x 3)
12 and 21 are obviously opposites, but so are 45 and 54, 15 and 51, or many other options. Why did PI opt for 12 and 21?
The reason is that 12/21 as a date is about future, like 12/21/2012, when very unusual number of those folks who advertise the day in connection with
a catastrophe due to some Mayan prophecy will die in weird and freaking accidents. PI got it all prepared by now. PI will make sure that someone will
notice this freaky coincidence and it will hit the news -- even in national papers.
You can see the opposites 12 and 21 flanking the number of points lost in the 1/12 session, which was 125.21 points.
Some numbers are "intelligent" and some are not, For example 1,697 is such a number, coz 16 - 9 = 7. PI would select this number as an example, coz
P = 16 and I = 9. Of course, the prime example of an intelligent number is 112 due to 1 + 1 = 2. Since 1/12 can be written as 1:12 (hours), let's see
what PI was doing at 1:12 pm . . .
See the Volume = 1,697 number? That's what you expect from PI on Simple Day, 2009 -- his "intelligent" signature: P-I=7.
Tomorrow is 1/13 and since 1+1=3 is a symbol of miscalculation, pay attention what Obama will say or do tomorrow. Since PI is already in the White
House, whatever Obama wants to do will come up as an opposite. We'll see how Savior turns into Destructor. PI is specialists on opposites, as you
know, so . . .
How did you like the video? Did you catch Pi?
Well, number pi is about opposite direction, and pi =3.14. You can't turn 3 upside down, like 6, to form an opposite, but you can swap 1 and 4 to
read 41. In that case 3.14 becomes 3.41. Now look again at the shape of a way number pi can be rendered:
Pi can do other circles, like in the 3.41st minute of a video . . .
Artists use that ET dude often for ins(pi)ration. Of course, they think they are "multi-talented" with other superlatives in tow. But they and other
high-performing folks just do what PI tells them to do -- for good or evil.
I checked the Washington lottery Match4 game from 1/11 and here are the numbers: 17, 19, 21, 24. Shouldn't it be 17, 19, 21, 23? You made a mistake,
PI made a mistake -- what is the world coming to?
Hey, Salty, how far are you in math in that school you go to? Boring calculus doesn't apply here but some other stuff sometimes does, like basic
[edit on 1/13/2009 by stander]