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In the Jewish mysticism of Kabbalah, there are 72 sacred names for God in the Zohar.

A coincidence or does it lend weight to the idea of classical myth and literature being encoded with astronomical information?

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precessional numbers given in "Vikings" 212 richarddullum 06-Apr-13 14:41
Re: precessional numbers given in "Vikings" 125 Merrell 06-Apr-13 19:29
Re: precessional numbers given in "Vikings" 98 richarddullum 07-Apr-13 00:25
Re: precessional numbers given in "Vikings" 125 eyeofhorus33 07-Apr-13 22:59
Re: precessional numbers given in "Vikings" 100 richarddullum 08-Apr-13 06:15
Re: precessional numbers given in "Vikings" 122 eyeofhorus33 08-Apr-13 09:43
Re: precessional numbers given in "Vikings" 216 Merrell 08-Apr-13 13:07
Re: precessional numbers given in "Vikings" 122 richarddullum 07-Apr-13 22:42
Re: precessional numbers given in "Vikings" 97 Mr.Ward 08-Apr-13 13:36
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