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    Posted: 05 Jan 2020 at 04:39
The Julian Calendar is under-appreciated, it's basically the Roman Calendar we use today. The Gregorian Calendar only made a very slight leap-year fix.

Julius Caesar (JC) and his advisors fixed their solar calendar and encoded GOD=7_4 - "As Above, So Below" - with its 7 thirty-one day months + 4 thirty day months + February's 28 (7x4) days. The solar calendar adjusts the lunar year of 12 lunar months. There are 4 primary lunar phases of roughly 7 days (~7.4 days) each, thus 7-day weeks & 4 weeks in a 'moonth'. Lunar year 354 days + 7 day week + 4 days = solar year 365 days.

There are 7 moving objects in the heavens seen with the naked eye known to the ancients as the sacred 7 Luminaires/7 Planets ('Wanderers')/7 Heavens: Moon, Mercury, Venus, Sunday, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. 4 of these can't be easily seen during the day/4 don't cast shadows on Earth. The Romans named the 7 days of the week after the 7 Planets.

GOD=7_4
months=74=M13+O+N14+T20+H8+S19
objects=74=O15+B2+J10+E5+C3+T20+S19
heavens=74=H8+E5+A1+V22+E5+N14+S19
shadows=74=S19+H8+A1+D4+O+W23+S19


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GOD=7_4, 7/4=July 4th
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Why does February have 28 days?

Franz Cumont talks about how Venus is bright enough to cast a shadow in Babylon (Iraq).  Never seen it myself.  I think only two can be seen during the day, the Sun and the Moon.  No?  I am not sure under what criteria the Sun and the Moon are considered wanderers.  Maybe, but I would think that some would and some wouldn't consider them planets.

Of course, originally the Romans had a ten month calendar.
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What's all this encoding nonsense? Caesar adopted his calendar in the pagan era before Christianity was invented. The Roman pagan calendar was stuffed full of festivals for one or another deity (just read Varro in his book on language) and dates were only important in that religious context, especially since Roman worship was by the individual, not the congregation, and was done on an ad hoc basis rather like visiting your local patrician to ask a favour.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Vanuatu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 Jan 2020 at 09:22
The GOD code 74 comes from older sources, we are talking Babylonians, Pythagoras, Qabalah.
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Gematria (/ɡəˈmtriə/Hebrewגמטריא or Gimatria גימטריה, plural גמטראות or גמטריאותgematriot)[1] is an alphanumeric code of assigning a numerical value to a name, word or phrase based on its letters. A single word can yield multiple values depending on the cipher used.

Gematria originated as an Assyro-Babylonian-Greek system of alphanumeric code or cipher that was later adopted into Jewish culture.[dubious – discuss] Similar systems have been used in other languages and cultures: earlier, the Greek isopsephy, and later, derived from or inspired by Hebrew gematria, Arabic abjad numerals, and English gematria.

A well-known example of Hebrew gematria is the word chai ("alive"), which is composed of two letters that (using the assignments in the Mispar gadol table shown below) add up to 18. This has made 18 a "lucky number" among the Jewish people. Gifts of money in multiples of 18 are very popular.[2]


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote caldrail Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Jan 2020 at 02:42
No, I think we're talking mathematical nonsense. You could join dots and come up with any picture you like.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Vanuatu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Jan 2020 at 03:14
It's math and the alphabet, colors and the attributes of humanity. Every node on the Tree of Life is like a coin, love can become hate, protector can become captor. It dates back to the Assyrians.

Not even an intellectual curiosity? 

No one asks you to believe it or live your life by it. But it might help:)
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Basically then an invented construct designed to add significance. Numerology has never impressed me, nor has the related ideas of astrology really made any great impression however entertaining it is to read those silly predictions the newspaper astrologer advertises every year. Human beings do seem to have a penchant for trying to find something meaningful in the mundane, but really, quasi-statistical juggling does not represent wisdom by any definition unless you're a conspiracy theorist, in which case belief is out there buddy!
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The transmission of meaning follows the letters even as they are adopted from Hebrew or Greek to Latin. Some letters are added to compensate for sounds not represented in Greek and some are dropped. The point is the multiple meaning or patterns of words, speech and ideas starts way back in human time. Caesar emerges as a pinnacle in the development of rhetoric and ambiguity and it makes it very hard to go against him in the senate.  This subject is becoming a topic based on current US politicians use of ambiguous language against opposition. And ambiguity reigns from theater to the US Capitol.




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Roman rhetoric and debating skills were taught long before Caesar, he was not that influential in that respect. As for ambiguity, the Romans were certainly immersed in ambivalence. Many fine ideals about personal behaviour and society, but rather less adherence to the details of it when opportunism seemed more profitable.

But no, the transmission of meaning in the posts original concept is an imagined one, using letters and numbers as some kind of gestalt evidence of something entirely fictional. it's numerology, in other words, and therefore of no value.
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"But no, the transmission of meaning in the posts original concept is an imagined one, using letters and numbers as some kind of gestalt evidence of something entirely fictional. it's numerology, in other words, and therefore of no value."

No. The Hermetic Code existed and the shapes, numbers, colors and sounds developed out of human evolution. There is significant meaning in what you are writing today, the fact that you don't see it changes nothing about human history. 
Factually the alphabet developed and that development isn't hard to trace, the Rosetta Stone contains all the elements of language, colors and numbers. 
I do defer to your expertise on Caesar. He may not have had any purpose in his design but I find that as unrealistic as you seem to find this subject. 
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