Everything was measured by the radius of the sun, being 432 x 1000 miles
666 is the length of a vesica, whose width is
384, or the sun’s radius (432 x 1000 miles) measured by the tone.
432 and its mirror 234 = 666 = SUM (1..36)
384:432 = 8:9 Pythagoras starting ratio = 0.88888
In their common, practical, everyday mathemetics, the Greeks did not
use decimal ratios. Rather, they expressed ratios as a whole number fractions.
For example the string ratio of the perfect fifth was respresented as 2:3, 6:9, 384:576, 486:729, or some other common value. In Pythagorean thought,
however, all the phenomena of nature are related to Unity, and all these particular values express the common, underlying relationship of 666:1000
Be aware that music was in Greek time the Music of the Spheres.
432 Hertz was the central note.
Music and planet spheres were calculated in the same way
The whole number ratio 153:265, which Archimedes uses for √3
The first 9 digits of Pi are as follows: 3.14159265
When we utilize Pythagorean gematria (Greek),
314 = Magos (Wise Man or Magician) of Mercury/Hermes/Thoth
159 = Megas (Great)
265 = Kleis (Key)
Returning this concept back to popular literature, it could be said
that “Mercury/Hermes/Thoth” is the “Great Key”.
Further, a circle drawn around a square with a perimeter of HELIOS (318), or Sun, will have a circumference of 353, or the numerical value in gematria
Square Perimeter = 318 = Helios (Sun)
Circle Circumfence = 353 = Hermes (Mercury)
Square + Circle = Sun + Mercury = 318 + 353 = 671 = Paradise
edit on 27-1-2011 by hawk123 because: (no reason given)