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Simple(6,74) English(7,74) Gematria(8,74)

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Topic: Simple(6,74) English(7,74) Gematria(8,74)
Posted By: Brad Watson, Miami
Subject: Simple(6,74) English(7,74) Gematria(8,74)
Date Posted: 05 Jan 2020 at 03:34
"When an idea19 is connect74ed to Nature, it’s logical and inevitable, e.g. foot, yard, meter, base 10 from 10 fingers, and sacred geometry/gematria74. In English74, the spoken word is linked to the written word which is built64 on its alphabet which is basically phonetic, pictographic, and has a numerical order connected to the Bible30, GOD=7_4/Nature and science58." - intro to the "7 Seals" revealed as 'Beyond Einstein Theories'

There's a BIG treasure below the surface of English(7,74)! Our language has the simplest alphanumeric code to it using 'the key'(74) of A=1, B2, C3...Z26. The only irregularity is the circle O = 15 or zero. Note the following...

GOD=7_4
simple=74=S19+I9+M13+P16+L12+E5
English=74=E5+N14+G7+L12+I9+S19+H8
gematria=74=G7+E5+M13+A1+T20+R18+I9+A1
the key=74=T20+H8+E5 + K11+E5+Y25


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GOD=7_4, 7/4=July 4th



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Posted By: franciscosan
Date Posted: 05 Jan 2020 at 13:37
Measurement was related to body parts,  my foot will always have the same length, and so is useful to me in measuring something, it does not necessarily convert very well to your foot or her foot.

I am not sure what you mean by pictographic, in the context of the alphabet. Originally, it came from cuneiform symbols,  alpha is based on aleph which is based on the head of a bull A .  But most people have no idea of that and it is just a vestigial number of signs from a wide variety of them.

Have you investigated triangular, square and oblong numbers, etc?


Posted By: Brad Watson, Miami
Date Posted: 12 Jan 2020 at 04:07
Originally posted by franciscosan franciscosan wrote:

Measurement was related to body parts...

Yes, e.g. cubits. Common cubits were 6 palms x 4 fingers = 24 digits. "As Above, So Below" produced royal cubits of 7 palms x 4 fingers = 28 digits.

cubits=74=C3+U21+B2+I9+T20+S19


Had you heard of Simple6,74 English7,74 Gematria8,74 before?

Quote I am not sure what you mean by pictographic, in the context of the alphabet.

A points to Above
B Below, Breasts, Boobs
C Crescent, Circle
D Dome

S Snake/Serpent
etc.




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GOD=7_4, 7/4=July 4th


Posted By: Vanuatu
Date Posted: 12 Jan 2020 at 12:22
Y and V are reaching for heaven

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Still round the corner there may wait, a new road or a secret gate. (J. R. R. Tolkien)


Posted By: franciscosan
Date Posted: 13 Jan 2020 at 08:53
The Pythagorean Y, on the left hand path, easy at first, but leads to destruction. the right hand path, hard at first but gets easy in old age.


Posted By: Vanuatu
Date Posted: 30 Jan 2020 at 02:28
Originally posted by Brad Watson, Miami Brad Watson, Miami wrote:

Originally posted by franciscosan franciscosan wrote:

Measurement was related to body parts...

Yes, e.g. cubits. Common cubits were 6 palms x 4 fingers = 24 digits. "As Above, So Below" produced royal cubits of 7 palms x 4 fingers = 28 digits.

cubits=74=C3+U21+B2+I9+T20+S19


Had you heard of Simple6,74 English7,74 Gematria8,74 before?

Hello Brad, thanks for posting.

 "The limits of my language mean the limits of my world."
- Ludwig Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (1922)

How could there not be a meaning and method for representing letters and numbers? words with similar meanings can be grouped by numerical value, the meanings were translated along with the shapes and sounds. Paul McCartney sung the key notes by letter when he was writing songs and John Lennon absolutely found recurring 9 and patterns of 9 throughout his whole life in meaningful places. 


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Still round the corner there may wait, a new road or a secret gate. (J. R. R. Tolkien)



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