I was reading this in another thread. Tomorrow, there are 18 days until Dec. 21st. This is 18*24*60 makes 25920 minutes until December 21st, 2012.
As I did some research, I found this.
72 Stars of 5-Points = 360 Points
360 X 72 = 25,920 ( Precession of the Equinox – Cycle)
The Precession of the equinoxes = 25,920 yrs = (360° rotation)
If the sky is divided into 12 constellations: (25,920 / 12 = 2,160)
SPEED OF LIGHT
The speed of the light in the vacuum is 300,000 km per second, then the light, in solar day, covers 25,920 million kilometers.
REVOLUTION OF EARTH AROUND THE SUN
The revolution of the earth around the sun, the speed of the earth is 30 km per second and it covers 2592000 km per day. It is hundred times more than
the number of years of the Great Cosmic Year.
DIAMETER OF THE SUN
Scared number 33.333333333 x 25,920 = 864,000 which equals the Diameter of the Sun in miles.
RADIUS OF THE MOON
25,920 divided by 24 = 1080 miles which is the radius of the Moon.
To Take it further….
There are 25,920 Minutes from December 3, 2012, 11:11am to December 21, 2012, 11:11am.
On December 3, 2012 at 11:11am GMT:
There is a planetary alignment of Saturn Venus and Mercury that matches directly with the positioning on top of the three (3) Egyptian Giza
25,920 is a very interesting & potent number
An adult takes 18 breaths a minute. There are 1440 minutes in a day. That's 25920 again.
Interesting if nothing else.
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Here is a couple of other number facts and an observation about why Ophiuchus is omitted, when it should be included...in numerology numbers are
reduced to single digits, master numbers 11,22,33 get reduced also, but the energy is enhanced...25920=18=9; 12-3-2012=11; 12-21-2012=11 (11:11); so
you would have all 3 master numbers involved.
Out of curiosity...how did they arrive at 24 to divide for the Moon? Hours in a day?
Maybe, the reason Ophiuchus is not counted is because they considered it to be an unlucky number to have 13 constellations... Wikipedia offers another
Ophiuchus is one of thirteen constellations that cross the ecliptic. It has therefore been called the '13th sign of the zodiac'. However, this
confuses sign with constellation. The signs of the zodiac are a twelve-fold division of the ecliptic, so that each sign spans 30° of celestial
Not sure why Ophiuchus was chosen to be left out, but it does belong to the precession. They just as easily could have done away with Sagittarius.
365/13=28.076...which is close to the Avg. Lunar cycle of 28.43.
Now take 360/13=27.69...27.32? Also, close.
This is what Wiki has to say about Lunar cycles;
The time between two full moons (a Lunar month) is about 29.53 days (29 days, 12 hours, 44 minutes) on average (hence, the concept of the time
frame of an approximated month was derived). This synodic month is longer than the time it takes the Moon to make one orbit around the Earth with
respect to the fixed stars (the sidereal month), which is about 27.32 days.[
360/12=30 degrees...why do they use 365/12=30.41? and have leap years? They need this because there is no exact time that stays the same, the
Universe changes speeds, the Earth changes speeds and the Moon stays the same speed as the Earth.
Why use different systems of math to demonstrate this, km and miles? Would these same equations hold true, no.
In numerology though the number 9 is significant and so is the number 11. The calendars vary so the numbers vary. 9=highest level of changes.
this web site,www.scribd.com...
offers one of the many ways to intepret numerology, I found it to be very
fascinating and wanted to share. I have used another form, but they are all subjective, while the theories you have presented here are intriguing,
they also, are highly subjective and can be manipulated in a number of ways as high have shown.
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