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1 year ago
mmstud
My database gives all these words with 137, that appears more than 20 times in ancient Greek corpus: ΑΝΑΓΚΑΙΑΝ ΜΕΛΑΙΝΑ ΕΠΗΛΘΕ ΗΝΕΓΚΑΝ ΑΝΑΘΕΙΝΑΙ ΛΕΛΗΘΕΝ ΕΠΕΛΘΗ ΚΕΡΔΗ ΑΡΚΑΔΙΑ ΘΟΗΝ ΜΕΛΑΝΙΑ ΑΚΑΡΕΙ ΚΕΡΑΙΑ ΗΔΟΜΕΘΑ ΔΙΗΡΕΙ ΙΕΡΑΚΑ ΕΙΔΕΙΗΜΕΝ ΑΠΕΙΛΑΙ ΜΕΘΗΚΕΝ ΔΙΕΒΑΛΛΕΝ ΔΑΠΑΝΑ ΑΓΓΕΛΛΕΙΝ ΑΘΗΝΑΙΗΝ ΔΙΕΒΑΙΝΕΝ ΕΛΠΙΖΕ ΑΕΝΑΟΙ ΔΙΑΔΗΛΟΙ ΡΛΖ ΠΑΛΑΙΕΙ ΝΟΘΗ The second word ΜΕΛΑΙΝΑ as Dem
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1 year ago
mmstud
Hi Spiros, Eimi ê Zôê = 888 would be a quite interesting double reference to Iêsous as 888. It would make sentence mathematically meaningful 888 = 888, basic tautology principle in logic. Eimi ê Odos = 417 which is same as Ogdoos = 417, the eight. Eimi ê Aletheia = 137, do you think there is still one more referrence to 8's? Have you taken a look at the other Ego eimi sentences in the
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1 year ago
mmstud
Cool calculations, David! I made up some tabular conversions too, without any interpretations and connections at this point: SOL 299792458 m/second 17987547480 m/minute 1079252848800 m/hour 12951034185600 m/12hour 25902068371200 m/day 181314478598400 m/week 777062051136000 m/month 9324744613632000 m/y (360) 9460792637544890.88 m/y (365.2524) Special interest of ours are of cou
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1 year ago
mmstud
This is the topic I've been studying on and off for several years, very interesting one. Apart from playing with the factors and primes, dividends and denominators, I'd like to exert from the basics. Speed of light is regarded as a universal physical constant which can be reflected to some distance per some cycle of time, for example metre(s) per second(s). So we are forced to define units in
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1 year ago
mmstud
"I tell you," he replied, "if they keep quiet, the stones will cry out." :) -M
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1 year ago
mmstud
Hi David, I just realized, that 108 angle to the right side, and 108 to the left from GP makes a beautiful angle just about the shape of Nile delta, 216 degrees combined (or 144 opposite). I also like the fact, that Malta is in the belt of 36 degrees latitude, same as Rhodos, which the latter has some focal point of navigation according to ancient Greek historians. Two years ago, when I was st
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1 year ago
mmstud
Every while and once you see maps and lines, degrees and miles calculated here in the GHMF forum. But how do you guys make sure you have calculated for example degrees right? I was trying to find out what is the orientation per Giza platform (GP) and neolithic temple in Hagar Qim in Malta that is said to be built by Giants. Google map shows 108 degrees with .05 precision. But I'd like t
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1 year ago
mmstud
Thanks for the note, I have either missed or forgotten that one. Also documentary presenting inside spiral building technique was new to me. So many things happen, so fast time goes by. -Marko
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1 year ago
mmstud
Dozen of years ago there was such an excitement with Gantenbrink's Door, inverted picture of the door gave hints of some scratches, possibly ciphers on the door face. But then interest pretty much vanished because of "access denied". Too bad if the drilled hole for the curious peek is not doable in our lifetime. But, when time is ready, all secrets should be revealed anyway. It woold be
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1 year ago
mmstud
I had to revist "biblaridion" idea, because I misrecalled isopsephy value, it is really 289 or 17*17, not 323. Anyway, some cool properties of the mirror numbers added: 012 + 210 = 222 = 2 * 111 123 + 321 = 444 = 2 * 222 234 + 432 = 666 = 2 * 333 X (342 + 324 & 423 + 243) 345 + 543 = 888 = 2 * 444 456 + 654 = 1110 = 2 * 555 567 + 765 = 1332 = 2 * 666 678 + 876 = 15
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1 year ago
mmstud
Hi Spiros, 153 fishes in the Gospel of John, 21 you wish to say. How come the year .25636 not .2524? Do you know if there is a separate term to express quickly, fast like speedily in the Bible Greek? Or is "taxei" the one used both expressing temporal adverbs as well as adverb of manner? I'd like to cross link this post as well: for it continues the topic discussed here.
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1 year ago
mmstud
Here are some general observations of mine. Let this also be my contribution to the special year, 306th prime or 2017, soon to be special day, Dec (12) 24th. A cube has the same proportion than Vesica Piscis via the diagonal between opposite corners, that is sqrt3. So the cube has 1, sqrt2, and sqrt3 (or just 1:2:3) propositions from the immediate crossing points available. Task of duplicating
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1 year ago
mmstud
Hi Stephen, thanks for spotting my typo: 418 / 22/7 -> 481 / 22/7 Corrected to the original post :)
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1 year ago
mmstud
Height shown in this form, is one of my favourites: 7875 miles = 41,580,000 feet / 86400 = 481.25 481 (artous / bread) 481 * 22/7 ~= 1512 (apocalypsis) 481 / 22/7 ~= 153 (number of the fishes, miriam, the magdalene (from the house of Ani?)) One can try with different decimal representations. Transcendental nature of real Pi shakes a bit of the solutions, but thats probably just becaus
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1 year ago
mmstud
Yes, I have pondered the meaning of that spiral. 17th triangle is the one overlapping the first one once all the progression is done in the circle. 17 is also the 7th prime.
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1 year ago
mmstud
I just happened to find out, that etymological root of the word Malta is μέλι (85) or honey. In the Revelation John eats a small scroll, biblaridion (323), that tastes like honey. Ephesus, the first in the list of the holy cities translates to bee. Bee goddess was dominant in the Minoan culture, I've seen it also in the Mycenean coins. Several megalithic temples from the neolithic period in Malta
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1 year ago
mmstud
Geometry really is such a profound tool. Thought stretcher. Everyone interested of the subject should really read Flatland by Abbott Abbott and contemplate these things. Ogygie... that looks like a scary place because it reminds me of many things. First of all, Odysseus is shipwrecked and rescues to Ogygie, which has identified to be same as Gozo of Malta. In the Acts of Apostles Paul is shipw
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1 year ago
mmstud
What is the unit used in your Chephren dimensions? It would mean that the height is a diagonal of a square, which side is 4. Would that reduction make any sense in relation to other dimensions? Btw. I'm not sure if I mentioned it here somewhere, but really, year 2017 should have been a perfect year for revealing these things. It happens to be the 306th prime, or the value of Mary the Magdalene
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1 year ago
mmstud
Thank you for your sincere post. According to your own writings, it looks like you have a... lets say propositional interest to these subjects too. Nice to meet! Do you have some commas to add to the 141414, ADADAD, IDIDID? -Marko
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1 year ago
mmstud
Spiros Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > NAZARHNOS = 50+1+7+1+100+8+50+70+200 = 487 = > OGYGIA = 70+3+400+3+10+1 What if you take Ogygia written with Omega and ending with hE as suggested in this wiki article: Ὠγυγίη = ????
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1 year ago
mmstud
Hi DUNE, thanks for asking and showing your interest. There is so much said about these generations over the last two millenia that we probably can't add much to that. Generally, Jews were keeping record of the kings ever since, particularly since the major prophets of the Old Testament. That's the way religious community keeps continuity and lives on. Same genealogy book keeping was fa
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1 year ago
mmstud
Well, Calypso, the Nymph keeping Odysseus as a prison for seven years, was also from Ogygia. Hermes went to set Odysseus free by the order of Zeus. Apo'calypsis thus has a strange suggestion to what was really revealed.
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2 years ago
mmstud
All ears. -MM
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2 years ago
mmstud
Pretty cool, indeed. Resurrected Nazarean. And good history lesson behind OGYGIA. Have you tried to open 12 precious stones with isopsephy (rev 21:18-19)? They have proven to be quite difficult to match exactly with the older Exodus tradition and 12 tribes and zodiac signs. I wonder if isopsephy can shed light on that issue...
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2 years ago
mmstud
Spiros, I'm not sure if you have time to re-check and verify this, but if you count all 7 holy cities, where letters were sent, from the first chapter of Revelation ie. to Efesos, to Smyrna, to Pergamum... they will all add up to 7 * 888. But you need to include eis preposition to every city precicely as they are used in the Greek text 1:10. I would only require the third way to conclude the same
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2 years ago
mmstud
I see, I didn't remember decadic term, but practice is familiar of course. Btw. summing up all reciprocals of decadic numbers (1/1 + 1/2 + 1/3 ... 1/700 + 1/800 + 1/900) turns out to be close to pi (3.14015): Have you tried to systematically employ notaricon technique to Greek texts? I found that it has been on long practice from Sumerian times to make short terms from initial letters and som
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2 years ago
mmstud
The most enigmatic thing with 1512 to me is the pi squared relation to 153: (481/pi) 153 ~= (153*pi) 481 (1512/pi) ~= 1512 (481*pi) so from the measure of the fish (153) you get to the apocalypsis by multiplying 153 with pi squared (rounded rounded). Pi squared in physical equations is quite intriquing too. Critical load and volumes. Some interesting summations occures too. 481 is of
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2 years ago
mmstud
Hi Spiros, Is it easy to find out / alter nouns (I guess nominative reflects to nouns usually) to their nominative form? From all almost 10k words in the Revelation, is there a systematic way to see nominative cases for each suitable word? Or is it manual dictionary work? Generally it feels unfair that quite a lot have been left for the reader to find out (guess) sub meanings. I mean combin
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2 years ago
mmstud
I see, you already made two changes to the names to get 73. By tuning different endings, and sometimes substituting a name with a known alias, it is possible to get a great variety to the list and the final isopsephic value. What is your proposal for the isopsephy of the twelve tribes, their exact value then?
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2 years ago
mmstud
Even if Μανασσῆ is kept intact, letter count of the tribes would give nicely 72.
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