posted on Aug, 8 2012 @ 02:22 AM
A long time ago in a place called Ancient Greece there was a mathematician called Pythagoras of Samos. This man found something really amazing about
the numbers. He created a theory about the relationship between the numbers and the words(the ancient greek ones) from which theory he created the
concept of leksarithmos(which in ancient greek means the numbers of the words).
What was it about? He proved that ancient greek words can be translated into numbers and that words with the same numbers have a close connection. How
this goes? A(alpha) is number 1, B(beta) is number 2, I(Iota) is number 10, P(Rho) is number 100 and so on. As a result phrases or words with the same
leksarithmos have a relationship in real life and they can explain why something is happening or even predict the future. Why is it so important? This
theory can never, ever be wrong even if you try to prove it wrong for 100 lifetimes!
To give you an example, the leksarithos of the word Akropolis(like the akropolis in Athens) is 581 which is the same with the word orasis(means view).
What is the relationship? Akropolis was the tallest part of a city and as a result had the best view of the surrounding area.
The leksarithmos of the word Mathimatikos(Mathematician)is 669 which is the same with the phrase "o alithis logos" which means the real word. The
connection? Whatever can be proved with mathematics is real 100%.
The leksarithmos of the word Sokratis is 1629 which is the same with the phrase filosophiki basi(philosophical base) which can describe what Sokratis
was, a philosopher.
So words with the same numbers has a connection, is the lesson.
And now I will take Pythagoras theory, i 'll change it a little bit and i will present you "The truth behind the numbers". Firstly, if we take the
number 23 and we divide it we take 0,666. 666 which refers to satan. 23 was the number of the angels that followed satan when left from God.
Secondly, if we take 9/11/2001 and we add these numbers we take 9+11+2+1=23! A day when thousands day gives us the number of devil! But as i have
found 8/10/2012 gives 23. See closely, 8+10+2+1+2=23! Is it just pure luck?
Or is it pure luck that if you say in ancient Greek "the antichrist came" (o antixristos ilthen) it has the same leksarithmos with the number 2013?
Will we see something devastating coming next year?
Numbers can speak? Numbers can tell the truth? Find it out yourself!