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From: BARILOCHENSE6999  (Original message) Sent: 20/10/2014 01:28
Si añadimos el valor de las letras griegas presentes en el título honorífico «la Magdalena», la suma será igual a 153, el número de los «peces» que se menciona en Juan 21. Este pasaje es una metáfora. Los peces son los iniciados. El número 153 está asociado también a la forma geométrica llamada Vesica piscis, que en la geometría sagrada de los pitagóricos correspondía a las antiguas diosas del amor y de la fertilidad: la matriz, el regazo, la puerta hacia la vida, el Sancta Sanctorum. Jesús era representado como «Pez» por los primeros cristianos y a Magdalena se le había conferido un título que la asociaba con el «Recipiente de los peces». Ambos son el Señor y la Señora de los «Peces» y de la Edad de los peces (la Era de Piscis).

 fishing trip on the sea of Galilee (John 21,11). The number 153, the 17th triangular number, has for hundreds of years been interpreted to signify 'the resurrection to eternal life' (1). The number 17 features here too because it is the gematria value of the central syllable, 'Hah'.

It is also a fact that 153 is the value of Η Μαγδαληνη - The Magdalene. Mary Magdalene is very closely associated with the resurrection of Jesus, as she was the first to discover the empty tomb and encounter his risen form. If the resurrection is viewed in terms of the Greek mysteries, she would have been acting in the role of initiatrix - like Isis raising her dead husband Osiris.


Année non bissextile
Année bissextile
Janvier 31 31               Janvier 31 31              
Février 28 28 28             Février 29 29 29            
Mars 31 31 31 31           Mars 31 31 31 31          
Avril 30 30 30 30 30         Avril 30 30 30 30 30        
Mai 31 31 31 31 31 31       Mai 31 31 31 31 31 31      
Juin 30 151 30 30 30 30 30     Juin 30 152 30 30 30 30 30    
Juillet 31   150 31 31 31 31 31   Juillet 31   151 31 31 31 31 31  
Août 31     153 31 31 31 31 31 Août 31     153 31 31 31 31 31
Septembre 30       153 30 30 30 30 Septembre 30       153 30 30 30 30
Octobre 31         153 31 31 31 Octobre 31         153 31 31 31
Novembre 30           153 30 30 Novembre 30           153 30 30
Décembre 31             153 31 Décembre 31             153 31
                  153                   153
Bien, desde el 13 de octubre hasta el 15 de marzo (15/3=153) tenemos:
Desde el 15 de marzo hasta el 15 de agosto (dia numero 227 gregoriano=coeficiente pi) tenemos:
17+30+31+30+31+15=153 DIAS
Notemos un detalle. El 15/3 o 15 de marzo dijimos que es equivalente al numero 153. Pero previamente al 15 de marzo tenemos el 14 de marzo (3/14=3.14=numero PI). ¿Porque se dan estas impresionantes interrelaciones matematicas? ¿Quien diseño el calendario juliano-gregoriano de origen egipcio en funcion a la estrella Sirio? ¿Porque el 15 de agosto esta ubicado en la posicion DE ORO? 365.242256/227=1.6089 (Numero muy cercano al NUMERO DE ORO PHI=1.618033)
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From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 22/10/2011 21:28
Ramon K. Jusino, an internet writer, offers an explanation of this view, based on the textual researches of Raymond E. Brown. In order to make this claim and maintain consistency with scriptures, the theory is suggested that Mary's separate existence in the two common scenes with the Beloved Disciple ( and ) were later modifications, hastily done to authorize the gospel in the late 2nd century. Both scenes have inconsistencies both internally and in reference to the synoptic Gospels, possibly coming from rough editing to make Mary Magdalene and the Beloved Disciple appear as different persons.

It has also been claimed that the inexplicable final chapter of the Gospel, with Peter catching 153 fish while the Beloved Disciple and Jesus exchange words is actually a hidden reference to Mary Magdalene, her original epithet "η Μαγδαληνή" (h Magdalhnh) bearing the number 153 in Greek gematria.

Ann Graham Brock summarized this reading of the texts in 2003. She demonstrated that an early Christian writing portrays authority as being represented in Mary Magdalene or in the church community structure.

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TUESDAY, MAY 18, 2010


“If one proceeded to announce that there is still nowadays a work of the former Egyptians, one of their books that escaped the flames that devoured their superb libraries, and which contains their purest doctrines on interesting subjects, everyone who heard, undoubtedly, would hasten to study such an invaluable book, such a marvel. If one also said that this book is very widespread in most of Europe, that for a number of centuries it has been in the hands of everyone, the surprise would be certain to increase. Would it not reach its height, if one gave assurances that no one ever suspected that it was Egyptian; that those who possessed it did not value it, that nobody ever sought to decipher a sheet of it; that the fruit of an exquisite wisdom is regarded as a cluster of extravagant figures which do not mean anything by themselves? Would it not be thought that the speaker wanted to amuse himself, and played on the credulity of his listeners?”
- Antione Court de Gebèlin, The Game of Tarots,
from le Monde Primitif (1781)


RING ONE: hidden element

3 Rings linked together, their centers being vertices (corners) of an equilateral Triangle.

Viewed in this diagram, we are looking at a 2-dimensional map of Earth from its side, represented by One ring of our choosing (blue):

Orient the planet so the Great Pyramid at Giza (30˚N) lays at one of the vertices, the Earth’s center at another, and its axis’ North pole at the third.

Exploring this set of relations, it can be demonstrated that the architectural proportions of the Great Pyramid at Giza exhibit a means of utilizing the measure of Earth to express the mathematical constant, π. To understand how we must suspend, for a moment, our habit of thinking of number in purely quantitative terms and consider the ways in which some numbers are also inherently bound to specific geometric forms - like with ‘square’ (1² 2² 3² 4² 5²...) or ‘cubed’ (1³ 2³ 3³ 4³ 5³...) numbers we see a sum attached to a particular shape. Other shapes each possess their own sequence of numbers also attached to their change in proportion.

These are called ‘figurate numbers’, and tradition has it they were introduced into Greek mathematics by the pre-Socratic philosopher, Pythagoras, in the 6th century BC. A student of the ancient mystery schools, it is likely he acquired this knowledge during his journeys to Chaldea & Egypt; but all that is really required to calculate the number sequences tied to these shapes is a stack of pebbles and time to spare, counting out the variety of polygons & devising ways of stacking them to construct polyhedrons.

To the careful interpreter of nature a pattern was discernible amidst this numerical data - One that, properly placed, could be applied to the measure of all things. It is suggested here that the Great Pyramid at Giza, in relation to the 3-Ring structure given above, embodies this application.

Let us then imagine the Great Pyramid as keystone to a system of ‘projective numerology’ - an application of mathematics using figurate numbers to model distances and proportions as shapes, and translating them into their related forms as ‘seen’ from different angles & in other dimensions.

At the root of any square pyramid’s architecture is its’ seked - an ancient Egyptian ratio of angular measure used to determine the slope of a pyramid’s sides and thus its’ height.

Utilizing the seked of the Great Pyramid, the perimeter of a square pyramidal base equals the circumference of a circle whose radius is equal to that pyramid’s height.

Within our 2-dimensional map, as our planet rotates upon its’ axis, the Pyramid appears to move from one end of a vesica piscis to the other, as if turning on a Wheel whose rim is the 30th parallel. Thus, in one quarter turn (11/14 ≈ π/4) the Pyramid appears to move in a perpendicular line to the base of the equilateral Triangle articulated within our 3-ring diagram.


The distance of this perpendicular line from the Great Pyramid to the Earth’s polar axis is 3430 nautical miles, or 10x the cube of seven.

Let us then imagine this distance as a stack of 10 cubes, 7x7x7.

A ‘quarter turn’ (11/14) of the Earth thus ‘apportions’ a 10x10 square of these cubes:
10² x 14/11 = 127.27272727...

So, by the logic induced with this arrangement of proportions, distances can be pictured in the mind’s Eye as figurate numbers of octahedral symmetry with 7-unit sides. Reading the Run & Rise of the Great Pyramid’sseked both forward and backward we get a formula for modeling a linear distance of the Earth’s measure as a column made of figurative cubes.
[3d:2d = 343 : 127 ]

As such, we can picture the square pyramid monument atop this ‘column’ as pointing to the center of an imaginary 11th cube.

It follows, then, that a 12-hour rotation (180˚) measures a distance from center-point to center-point of the cubes at either end of a column 22 cubes of 7 long.

The center point of a unit cube has a specific relationship to the vesica piscis traversed in this 12-hour ‘distance’ within our diagram, as Two rings sharing a single radius give a rational approximation for √3, which is also the space diagonal of any unit cube.

In other words, with respect to a unit cube, the √3 is the distance between opposite corners of that cube. Tracing these space diagonal lines joins the opposing corners, all of which intersect at the center of that cube, and thereby delineate the edges of six square pyramids joined at their apex.

22:7 ≈ π
To the Egyptian god Thoth, equated with the Greek god, Hermes, and particularly the Roman god, Mercury, this ratio is significant in describing the number of conjunctions aligning Mercury & Earth with the Sun every 7 years. Also known as a ‘synodic cycle’, this is an example of what ancient Greek astronomers called an exeligmos, or ‘Turn of the Wheel’ - describing any period wherein Sun, Moon, and/or planets return to conjunction(s) from which they started. The term is still used today, but is more specifically applied to the Triple Saros cycle of reckoning lunar eclipses, each 120º of longitude apart, eventually returning to a point relatively close to where they began: exeligmos. The Romans used the term annus magnus, or ‘great year’ to describe the same class of periodic event.

As we shall see, each of the planets have a harmonic ratio of conjunctions with our planet Earth, and with each other. By fixing the Earth to the center of our ecliptic plane, the motion of other planets relative to our position appear as serpentine spiro-graph patterns, looping in close when aligning into conjunction with the Sun, and looping out to trace a wide arc that coils about the Earth until looping in again for another conjunction.


Venus: Earth

Consistent within our model of 10 cubes of seven, the Great Pyramid (pointing to the center of an eleventh) also corresponds to the tip of an octahedron of 7 = 231. And it just so happens that 11x 231 is the number of days in the exeligmos of Mercury & Earth, 22:7. In addition, the measure of the Great Pyramid’s base side lengths (440 cubits each) give a total base area measuring approximately 231 meters square.

Being a close approximation of the value π, and our annus magnus with the planet Mercury (Hermes/Thoth), let us then imagine this column of 22 cubes of 7 as the staff of his Caduceus. As we shall see, the cycles of the other planets can be represented as the serpents entwined about this Staff, their helices in tune with the ratio of their exeligmos.

Imparting more than just the inevitable passage of Time, they were the very music of the spheres by which the harmony of creation was made known to the ancient Geometers. Our 3-Rings establish the base unit of an entire system of weights & measures (metrology) by symbolizing an angular dimension constructed by the movement through Time of the Great Pyramid, like the point of a metronome entrained to the Earth’s tempo. In effect attuning the mathematical constant π with Mercury's Great Year  & the linear measure of Earth's size in units of angular measure. 'Squaring' the circle much like the Great Pyramid's seked.

1 nautical mile = 1.15 miles
The nautical mile used as our base unit of measure for obtaining the distance in cubes of seven is also a unit of angular measure equivalent to 1/60th degree of Earth longitude (=1 minute of arc degree). Converting this into survey land miles = 1/10² the number of days between Earth:Mercury conjunctions (=115).

22:7 = 12 hrs @ 30˚north (12x 30 = 360)
180˚ = 10,800 arc minutes of degree = 50x 216, the cube of 6
216 also equals the number of degrees between Earth:Venus conjunctions (x5 = 1 Earth:Venus pentagram = exeligmos). So, by subdividing each degree of arc into 60 minutes, Earth’s 180˚ rotation (22:7) upon its’ axis thereby possesses a kind of numerological resonance regarding its harmonic with Venus, the exeligmos of the pentagram. Reputedly a symbol of good will among the Pythagoreans, the pentagram also provides an easy means of obtaining the golden ratio.


12 : 1 = (22/7) = 60 minutes
In this way our measure of both Time & Space define each other by weaving together the value π with the ‘divine proportion’ of the golden ratio.

Of the numerous other curious facets to this TooL of Hermetic Metrology, establishing not only our system of weights & measures, its choice of cubes & octahedrons also exhibit a direct connection to speeds of both sound & light:

1 meter
=distance trave1ed by sound 1/343th of second
=distance trave1ed by light 1/299,792,458th of second

343 = cube of 7
299,792,458 = c = speed of light in meters per second
1296000 / π = number of square degrees in one whole sphere
c / 1296000 = 231.321....
231 = octahedron of 7

Stranger still, the proportions outlined above are also paralleled in the numerical structure of the Tarot de Marseilles’ pattern of 22 major arcana trumps when applied to the Hebrew alphabet - in turn derived from Egyptian (via proto-Sinaitic) hieroglyphs which depicted the symbols those letters are still associated with.

We see traces of this tradition within our own English alphabet with the letter A: also the glyph for an Ox head (turned upside-down) having the same origin as the Hebrew letter aleph.

Referred to by 'occultists' as the Book of Thoth (though never adequately explained why), the key to unlocking this puzzle, as with any cryptological TooL, is knowing where to place the cypher, or sifr - the arabic word from which we also get Zero, or ‘nothing’, the rank of every Tarot deck’s Fool [aleph=0].

And this role proves more than suitable for One who ushers in what ultimately reveals a prank, of sorts... leading to what is arguably the greatest punch-line in history.

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The Moon Pyramid

The Louvre is the Moon Pyramid.  It encodes canonical distances that relate to the moon.  This famous museum in Paris reveals esoteric wisdom but only for those with the eyes to see.

The Moon Pyramid

The surface of the Louvre is covered in glass panes.  If we examine the angular measures of each glass polygon and sum them up we get the canonical distance between Earth and Moon, in miles.  The Moon doesn’t revolve around Earth in a perfect circle, it’s more of an ellipse.  When it is closer to Earth it is called perigee (close to Moon).  When the moon is farthest from Earth it is called apogee (apart from Moon).  These distances  are 225,622 miles and 252,088 miles respectively.

On each of the four sides there are 153 rhombi and 18 triangles at the bottom.
Rhombi have 360° in  their angles, and triangles contain 180°.

153 x 360° = 55,080°
18 x 180° = 3240°

55,080 + 3240 = 58,320°
58,320 x 4 = 233,280° degrees on the outer surface of the Louvre Pyramid.

This is a great estimation for the distance the Moon is from Earth, in miles.  This would seem to be an obvious flaw in reasoning since we are mixing units.  What do degrees have anything to do with miles?

The origin of the mile, and most other metrics, are based on the actual dimensions of Earth. For instance a meter is one 40 millionth of the polar circumference of Earth. The distances of the planets in the solar system and the sun are proportioned to a canon of number reflected in our units of measure, such as feet, miles, and furlongs.

You’ll notice they always reduce to nine, kabbalistically.  i.e. 2160, the diameter of the Moon in miles(99.99%), equals 9 because 2+1+6+0= 9.

Or the diameter of the moon, in furlongs, is 17,280  (1+7+2+8+0=9)

This technique of reducing numbers down to one digit is called many names. In Vortex Based Mathematics they call the result the ‘digital root’.  The digital root of 55 is 1, because 5+5=10.  And 1+0=1.

The digital root of 432 is 9
The digital root of 108, another highly revered number in theosophy, is also 9.
You’ll notice that many of the numbers we commonly use today to measure time, distance, volume, area, angle,  etc, all reduce to 9.

earth moon perigee apogee

According to NASA there is a point in time, between perigee and apogee, when the Moon is exactly 233,280 miles from Earth.  Another way you can think of this is, at this point, the Moon is 108 Moon diameters(2160 miles) away from Earth.   It’s interesting to note that the Sun is about 108 ‘sun diameters’ away from Earth and about 108 Earths fit across the diameter of the Sun.  108 is a sacred number in almost every religion.  Say a prayer and then count the number beads on your mala.

The Louvre Pyramid not only echoes the canonical distance between Earth and Moon(2160×108), but it also encodes the number of full moons in a year. √153 = 12.369. There are 12.369 full moons every year (99.99%). Each side of the Louvre Pyramid is composed of 153 rhombi. 153, as it turns out is also a sacred number.

Jesus said to them, “Bring some of the fish you have just caught.” So Simon Peter climbed back into the boat and dragged the net ashore. It was full of large fish, 153, but even with so many the net was not torn.
John, 21:11

Why 153? Why not any other number? Is this really arbitrary or are they trying to tell us something? (153 also digitally reduces to 9, as 1+5+3=9.

Astrologically, we are in the age of Pisces, or the age of the Fish. 153 is derived from the vesica pisces and the square root of three.(1.732..) The ratio 265:153 is a great approximation of √3.  265:153 is essentially the same as √3:1 or 1.732:1

vesica piscis

We can see why the bible relates 153 to fish, as the vesica pisces literally translates to ‘bladder of the fish’ in Latin, and the number 153 is encoded into the sacred geometry of the vesica pisces, which represents duality. As unity (the circle) decides to double itself into duality, it creates this almond shaped geometry that is mentioned in the bible, and temporally apparent in our solar system.   The Jesus-Fish bumper sticker probably makes a lot more sense now.


brill fish

Brill Fish
“Scophthalmus rhombus”

Coincidentally, or not, turbot and brill fish (Scophthalmus rhombus), also exhibit this rhombic geometry.

A factorial is simply all the numbers below it multiplied together.
3! = 1 x 2 x 3
So, factorial three equals six

153 is coincidentally (or not) the sum of the first 5 factorials
1! + 2! + 3! + 4! + 5! = 153

153 is the 17th triangular number(see below)

153 is also a narcissistic number, in that, 1 cubed + 5 cubed + 3 cubed = 153


153: a very auspicious number (img courtesy of Infinity-Codes)

The diameter of the Moon can also be approximated using factorials, as 2160 miles = (1x2x3x4x5x6) x 3.  The same could be said for Earth’s diameter of 7920 miles (99.97%).  7920 = 11!/7! ,or more simply: 8x9x10x11 miles The Moon’s radius, 1080 miles, plus Earth’s radius(3960 miles), equals 5040.


5040 The Perfect Number

5040 = 1x2x3x4x5x6x7
5040 = 7!

5040 = 7x8x9x10
5040 = 10!/6!  

7 divides the ‘decad’, or the 10 numbers in our decimal system, in half.  This is why Pythagoras considered 7 to be the middle ground among the ten numbers, and not 5 like you would think.  If we add these two factorial sums together we get the number of minutes in a week, 10,080 (5040 x 2).  And of course, there are 7 days in a week.

square the circle 10:08

10:08 is derived from ‘squaring the circle’


plato 5040

Plato considered 5040 to be the Perfect Number

As you can see, talking about one number alone is next to impossible, as it draws you into another numeric connection.  153, 5040, 108, 432, the list of sacred numbers goes on and on…  It is the quality of the number that is important, not just the mere quantity.

“Numbers are Real and Alive not merely symbols for other things. You will discover that the relationships between numbers are not random or man-made but that numbers are actually elementary particles of which everything is composed. This lost knowledge was well known to our ancients and is now being uncovered for us today”  -Rhuben Neal  (Barbitone)

“Pythagoras was one of the first teachers to establish a community wherein all the members were of mutual assistance to one another in the common attainment of the higher sciences. He also introduced the discipline of retrospection as essential to the development of the spiritual mind. Pythagoreanism may be summarized as a system of metaphysical speculation concerning the relationships between numbers and the causal agencies of existence.” -Manly P. Hall


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