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# Story of Moses found in Fibonacci Sequence

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posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 12:05 AM
Continuation of 5: 1134903170 = (13 34) = Vav Quph = Rule/law/norm
p.938 pdf, p. 927 book

The Ten Commandments are a list of religious and moral imperatives, or rules, laws, or norms, that were authored by God and given to Moses on Mount Sinai or Horeb.

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posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 12:14 AM
Summary:

There are 23 Fibonacci numbers that reduce to 1237 using a specific technique outlined earlier in the thread. 1237 is significant for a variety of reasons also mentioned earlier.

The numbers can be transmutated into biblical hebrew using the Ari Sephirot from Kabbalah.

The first five numbers yield the following words:

1. Water

2. Whole/perfect/upright in a moral sense

3. Mount, a mountain

4. Son

5. 10

6. 9

7. To die

8. Rule/law/norm

All of these words can be used to describe the story of Moses.

Statistically this is amazing.

posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 09:41 AM

Originally posted by greenorbs
The first five numbers yield the following words:

1. Water

2. Whole/perfect/upright in a moral sense

3. Mount, a mountain

4. Son

5. 10

6. 9

7. To die

8. Rule/law/norm

All of these words can be used to describe the story of Moses.

Statistically this is amazing.

I agree with the amazing part. But don't you think those words could probably be used to describe other biblical characters as well?

PJ

posted on Mar, 25 2009 @ 11:59 AM

Originally posted by RedCairo

Originally posted by greenorbs
The first five numbers yield the following words:

1. Water

2. Whole/perfect/upright in a moral sense

3. Mount, a mountain

4. Son

5. 10

6. 9

7. To die

8. Rule/law/norm

All of these words can be used to describe the story of Moses.

Statistically this is amazing.

I agree with the amazing part. But don't you think those words could probably be used to describe other biblical characters as well?

PJ

Which ones? I agree absolutely they can mean different things. A theologian/biblical expert could probably read into the words significantly, as could a Kabbalah expert. But you have to admit that the words in sum are pretty close to the story of Moses, as opposed to other characters.

posted on Jan, 5 2011 @ 06:42 AM
You could do ((13^3 - 60)) that gives 1237. 1297 is 13 Cubed.

From my studies there are 12 total frequencies that unite into one master frequency being the 13th. Cubed meaning physical reality... as the cube is the first geometric design that appears in 3 Dimensions.

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