In humble gratitude to the other man. the Zed Aliz Zed and shifting shadows bowed their wherewithall, in blessed and humble obedience and obeisance to
the wondrous mystery of the THAT
REVELATION
John Michell1972


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Chapter Fourteen

The Number 10 8 0


"On the south wall of St Mary's Chapel, Glastonbury, the words Jesu Maria are carved into the stone. If these words are written in Greek,.." "...their value is 1080. In the crypt beneath the chapel there is an ancient well. There is also a well in the pre - historic buried chamber on which Chartres Cathedral is built, and the same feature is commonly found at other sites of sanctity.
The area of the Stonehenge sarsen circle with diameter 100.8 feet is 1080 square megalithic yards. Guy Underwood, the dowser, in his The Pattern of the Past shows plans of the remarkable pattern of underground water lines he detected below Stonehenge. He found that the site was an important centre of convergence for under-ground streams and fault lines from the surrounding area, and he located a powerful buried spring near the centre. Other dowsers who have investigated the site of Stonehenge are in general aggree-ment with Underwood's conclusions.
Mr B Smithett, Secretary of the Socxiety of Dowsers, writes that many practising dowsers, members of the Society and others, report the presence of underground water below old churches and other sacred sites. In fact, it is now believed by dowsers that not only churches, but all prehistoric stone circles, standing stones, chambered mounds and dolmens are placed above buried springs or at the junction of underground streams, and that their sites may have been determined by these considerations. Over the years a number of articles on this subject have appeared in the Society's Journal, and research among the records of local antiquarian societies reveal several others, the results in all cases being independently obtained. For example, in the 1933 Transactions of the Woolhope Club of Hereford an article by Mr Walter Pritchard describes how he watched a dowser trace the passage of a stream beneath Arthur's

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Stone, a dolmen at Dorstone, Hereford; he later investigated the megalithic Four Stones near Old Radnor, finding it to mark the intersection of two buried water courses. Underwood's observation, which has been confirmed by others, is that the current associated with sacred and megalithic sites reverses the direction of its flow in accordance with a monthly lunar cycle.
Here, the Zed Aliz Zed, had the scribe darken the door of an emphasize.
"...tat the current associated with sacred and megalithic sites reverses the direction of its flow in accordance with a monthly lunar cycle."
"These results are obtained in many cases by professional men, engaged by local councils and building contractors to locate under-ground faults, lost waterpipes, drains, etc., who have developed a justifiable confidence in their own accuracy. On the subject of the connection between ancient sites and underground water they are in general agreement. Some important principle of ancient science and civilization is involved here, of which virtually nothing is now known. The solution of the mystery lies in the complete understanding of all the correspondences of the number 1080 and of the others that re-late to it, for they illuminate an aspect of reality which, for the lack of an adequate language, has for too long been allowed to remain beyond the comprehension of science.
In Revelation and in the apocalyptic works of the Old Testament particular emphasis is placed on the waters that flow beneath the holy city or temple. They play an active part both in the destruction of the old city and in the creation of the new. Wherever there is a legend of the Temple, it is said that the waters of the world spring from beneath it. Old maps show the four rivers of paradise as a cross within a circle with the holy city at the centre. Jung finds the arche-type of the New Jerusalem expressed in the cloister with a fountain at the centre. The formal gardens of Persia, which are laid out as figures of cosmic geometry, always surround a central spring of water. In a dry country this water is conveyed with great labour and in-genuity in culverts, often several miles in length from the lower slopes of the hillls. All known ancient cosmic temples, at Jerusalem, Hieropolis, Cnossos and elsewhere are found to have been built over extensive labyrinths of chambers and watercourses. F. Bligh Bond discovered a curious system of tunnels and culverts below Glaston-bury Abbey. Plato's Atlantis, which is a cosmic model, Carthage and other cities were arranged in concentric rings of land and water-ways. In Egypt, Babylon and China elaborate systems of canals were constructed on a geometrical pattern, particularly in the areas surrounding the great temples. The carefully contrived balance between areas of land and water was reflected in the pattern of waterpipes beneath the temple itself. The monks of Glastonbury made and maintained a wonderful canal system alongside the prehistoric

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causeways of the country around the abbey, and these waterways have a mystical association with King Arthur's legend.
In the third chapter of Man and Temple Dr Patai gives an exellent account of the legends and rituals referring to the waters beneath the Temple of Jerusalem and at other cosmic centres. They were conceived as the female partner in the annually celebrated marriage between the waters of the earth and of the heavens. When fertilised, they conveyed benefits to all the world.
Quite a number of legends tell in an interesting variety of versions about this subterranean network of irrigation canals that issue from underneath the Temple and bring to each country its proper power to grow its particular assortment of fruits. If a tree were planted in the Temple over a spot whence the water-vein issued forth to a certain country, it would grow fruit peculiar to that country; this was known to King Solomon, who accordingly planted in the Temple specimens of fruit trees of the whole earth.
The waters that issued forth from the Temple had the wonderful property of bestowing fertility and health. Legends have it that as in days of old so again in the days of the Messiah "all the waters of creation" will again spring up from under the threshold of the Temple, will increase and grow mighty as they pour forth all over the land.'
The stone at the centre of the earth in the Temple of Jerusalem was supposed to press down the surging waters of the earth, and the Altar stone at Stonhenge, which could at one time have stood erect, may have had a similar function. The waters beneath the Temple were not mythical, nor are the stories of the advantages to be gained from their proper union with the cosmic element in any way exagerated. These legends are poetically true, they have a deep philosophical and psychological meaning and they recall a vanished world order founded on cosmic principles. But more than that, they record a former system of natural science, practised by men who understood the earth as a living creature, the mother of all her inhabitants, not only in a poetic sense but literally as a fact of nature. The prosperity of all life on the planet was considered to be a reflection of the earths own state of health and morale, which was naturally of the greatest concern to men, the intelligent parasites. According to the philosophy on which the forgotten science of antiquity is based, the earth must be regarded as an essentially female organism, being particu-larly susceptible to the influence of the moon, and craving seasonal intercourse with the fertilising solar shaft.
Every year therefore, the earth was made the bride of the heavens, the terrestrial flow was animated by the radiant power of the sun,

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all the correspondences of 1080 were brought together with those of 666; the opposites were united in the Temple as in Noah's Ark. At Jerusalem the great ceremony of the year, attended by vast, excited crowds, took place at the start of the rainy season, and was intended by vast, to promote the union between the upper and the lower waters. But its purpose was not simply to invoke the fertilising autumn rains, for the marriage of the elewments prompted a similar desire among the congregation at the Temple, which spread along the chain of magical correspondences, infecting all nature with the urge for union.
Evidently the Temple functioned as the generator and transmitter of a form of energy which was beneficial to the earth and all its in-habitants. This was not the belief of idiots or degenerate savages. To the Jews and to all the civilised people who possessed the institution of the Temple it was a self evident fact, which they percieved with their own eyes. A spirit was generated at the Temple; they saw the operation, felt its power and observed its effect in the increased fertility of the countryside. We may speak of sympathetic magic, mass delusion and invent other names for phenomena which we are not able to explain, but the fact is that the performances at the Temple led to the actual invocation of a spirit that provoked a physical reaction throughout nature.
The numbers with which we are dealing were once the instruments of elemental control. Their first and most essential reference is to the natural forces of the cosmos, to the spirits that are behind all manifestations of movement in wind and water, as well as in the less perceptible electro-magnetic currents of the earth and atmosphere, The earliest passage in the I Ching express the relationship between the principles in terms of cosmic forces. So it is in the oldest forms of myth and in the basic traditions of the cabala. The most ancient art, architecture, mythology is always more impersonal and funda-mental than that which came later . In the case of the I Ching, suc-cessive generations of scholars widened the interpretation of the symbols to provide canons of deportment and etiquette, their original elemental significance becoming obscure in the process.
The Temple was not merely a symbol of the cosmic order; it was an instrument designed to fuse the spirit of the sun, 666, with the soul of the earth, 1080. In the same way the waters and catcombs beneath the Temple were not intended simply to represent the water of inspiration as a monument to the sanctity of the spot, or for any other such picturesque purpose. They played a physical part in the process of fusion as the medium through which the current of fertility, raised in the Temple, was transmitted across the landscape.

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As the waters beneath the Temple nourish the earth, so the spiritual water of revelation rises within the human mind. These two aspects of fertility were formerly linked with the power of the moon and classified under the number 1080. But this number, like all others has its dark side. The spirit of the waters..." "...1007), known to the cabalists as the bride..." "...= 1006, is also the mother of a hideous, elemental brood, the atavistic gods of the underworld, represented by St John as the beast from the bottomless pit (1081). In Ezekiel 8, the prophet descends through a secret door into a chamber below the Temple of Jerusalem 'and behold every form of creeping things, and abominable beasts, and all the idols of the house of Israel, portrayed upon the wall round about'. He hears a voice, 'Son of man, hast thou seen what the ancients of the house of Israel do in the dark, every man in the chambers of his imagery? for they say, the Lord seeth us not.' Here the sinister cavern beneath the Temple represents the deep recesses of the mind, inhabited by the carefully nurtured monsters of individual fantasy. But the beast in the Cretan labyrinth was no less real than the crocodiles that inhabited the subterranean vaults of Egyptian temples. That these creatures are also natives of the imagination is proved by the rumour, endemic in New York, that the city's sewers are haunted by giant alligators, a notion which is poetically true of all drains and tunnels, if not physically so in this particular case.
Under the regime of the Temple poetic or psychological reality was reproduced on the physical plane in a series of magical correspondences which we now find scarcely conceivable, for we are yet infants in the study of the mind, impeded by the linear and materialistic habits of thought to which we have been con-ditioned. Within each man lies the hidden city, the ideal model of the cosmos, a standard of reference in every department of life, com-posed of all the numbers in creation. This is the city of Plato's Republic:
'But perhaps there is a pattern set up in the heavens for one who desires to see it and, having seen it to have found one in himself,' "


 The scribe here added the word herself.
 Hearuponin, Alizzed took a left right, back to front, momentary aside.

GODS of the New Millennium
Alan E Alford 1996

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" Since time immemorial, Jerusalem has been an important and sacred site, but the official reason for this is rather obscure. Its importance cannot be traced to any advantage

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of geographic position. Nor was it important as a trade centre. In fact, it lay on the edge of a barren wilderness, and was quite remote from the major international trade routes. 59 Its natural water supplies were limited, and yet its earliest inhabitants went to enormous trouble to construct unusually massive underground 'water cisterns'..."
"...These massive water cisterns of ancient Jerusalem were well in excess of any possible requirements of an urban area which never covered more than three quarters of a square mile. Added to that, what possible motivation could there have been for people to congregate at this site when there were plenty of other less hostile places to live Put simply from a conventional geographical perspective, Jerusalem's location is a huge historical anomaly."
"...Ancient Jericho was built on the site of a natural spring (Ains es Sultan) which still pumps 1,000 gallons of water per minute - a factor which clearly influenced its location ..." 66
The scribe noted the note number of that from wherein the quoted reference surfaced
The scribe noted the note number of that from wherein the quoted reference surfaced
Brother Alan, a del, continued

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" A further ancient fortified site existed 12 miles north of Jreusalem. The modern town of Beitin marks the spot of ancient Beth-El, the 'House of God', where Jacob saw the angels of the Lord ascending and descending a stairway to

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heaven. 67 Half a mile to the east of Beitin, the site of Borj Beitin is described as 'one of the great viewpoints of Palestine',68 where the patriarch Abraham once pitched his tent. Nearby, the modern village of Deir Diwan marks the site of the ancient Ai , where excavations have dated the earliest levels to at least 3000 BC. All of these sites stand on a stony plateau watered by four springs..."
 

 

HOLY BIBLE Scofield References
Jeremiah B.C. 590

Page 809

8 x 9 + 72 7 + 2 = 9 Chapter 33 Verse 3 x 33 = 99

"Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things which thou know-est not."

 

Fingerprints Of The Gods

Graham Hancock 1995

Page 189 /

1 x 8 x 9 = 72 " The Sun and the Moon and the way of the Dead
Pyramid of the Sun, Teotihuacan,
  Having climbed more than 200 feet up a series of flights of stone stairs I reached the summit and looked towards the zenith. It was midday 19 May, and the sun was directly overhead, and the sun was directly overhead, as it would be again on 25

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July. On these two dates, and not by accident, the west face of the pyramid was oriented precisely to the position of the setting sun. 6
  "A more curious but equally deliberate effect could be observed on the equinoxes. 20 March and 22 September. Then the passage of the sun's rays from south to north resulted at noon in the progressive obliteration of a perfectly straight shadow that ran along one of the lower stages of the western facade. The whole process, from complete shadow to complete illumination, took exactly 66.6 seconds. It had done so without fail, year - in year - out, ever since the pyramid had been built and would continue to do so until the giant edifice crumbled into dust. 7
What this meant of course, was that at least one of the many functions of the pyramid had been to serve as a 'perennial clock', precisely signalling the equinoxes and thus facilating calendar corrections as and when necessary for a people apparently obsessed, like the Maya, with the elapse and measuring of time. Another implication was that the master - builders of Teotihuacan must have possessed an enormouse body of astronomic and geodetic data and refferred to this data to set the Sun Pyramid at the precise orientation necessary to achieve the desired equinoctial effects."
 

CITY OF REVELATION
John Michell 1972

Page 36

" St Augustine in The City of God also writes of the perfection of number 6, for 'in this did God make perfect all his works. Wherefore this number is not to be despised, but has the esteem apparently con-firmed by many places of scripture. Nor was it said in vain of God's works: "Thou madest all things in number, weight and measure." ' It is the unique property of number 6, on account of which it was held perfect, that it is both the sum and the product of all its factors excluding itself, for 1 + 2 + 3 = 6 and 1 x 2 x 3 = 6.
6 is the number of the cosmos, and the Greek word " "…sig-nifying the cosmic order, has the value by gematria of 600. The ancient astronomers adopted the mile as the unit which measures the cosmic intervals in terms of the number 6, and procured the follow-ing sacred numbers:
Diameter of sun = 864,000 miles ( 12 x 12 x 6000 )
Diameter of moon = 2160 miles ( 6 x 6 x 60 )
Diameter of earth = 7920 miles ( 12 x 660 )
Mean circumference of earth = 24,883.2 miles (12 x 12 x 12 x 12 x 1.2)
Speed of earth round sun = 66,600 miles per hour
Distance between earth and moon = 6 x 60 x 660 miles or 60 x earth's radius"
Zed Aliz Zed casts an oblique look, a squinting of the other eye bringing a re-focus.
Diameter of sun = 864,000 miles 8 + 6 + 4 = 18 1 + 8 = 9
Diameter of moon = 2160 miles 2 + 1 + 6 = 9
Diameter of earth = 7920 miles 7 + 9 + 2 = 18 1 + 8 = 9
Mean circumference of earth = 24,883.2 miles 2 + 4 + 8 + 8 + 3 + 2 = 27 2 + 7 = 9
Speed of earth round sun = 66,600 miles per hour 6 + 6 + 6 = 18 1 + 8 = 9
Distance between earth and moon = 6 x 60 x 660 miles = 237600" 2 + 3 + 7 + 6 = 18 1 + 8 = 9
 

Fingerprints Of The Gods
Graham Hancock.1995

Page 190 

"A more curious but equally deliberate effect could be observed on the equinoxes. 20 March and 22 September. Then the passage of the sun's rays from south to north resulted at noon in the progressive obliteration of a perfectly straight shadow that ran along one of the lower stages of the western facade. The whole process, from complete shadow to complete illumination, took exactly 66.6 seconds. It had done so without fail, year - in year - out, ever since the pyramid had been built and would continue to do so until the giant edifice crumbled into dust. 7
 

City Of Revelation
John Michell 1972

Page 36

"Speed of earth round sun = 66,600 miles per hour 6 + 6 + 6 = 18 1 + 8 = 9
Distance between earth and moon = 6 x 60 x 660 miles = 237600 " 2 + 3 + 7 + 6 = 18 1 + 8 = 9

 

Fingerprints Of The Gods
Graham Hancock 1995

Page 190

"...The whole process, from complete shadow to complete illumination, took exactly 66.6 seconds."

 
HOLY BIBLE
Scofield References

Chapter 13

18 “ Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the num-ber of the beast: for it is the num-ber of a man; and his number is Six hundred three score and six

 
CITY OF REVELATION
John Michell 1972

Page 137

Chapter Thirteen

"666
has been the subject of more comment and speculation than any other cabalistic number, principally on account
of the last verse in revelation 13:
Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the num-ber of a man;
and his number is
six hundred threescore
and six.'
In the Greek text the number is spelt in letters,… "
"…or 600, 60, 6, . ."

 

HOLY BIBLE
Scofield References

Page 401

Kings Chapter 10 B.C. 992.
14 "Now the weight of gold that came to Solomon in one year was six hundred threescore and six talents"
Herein for good measure the Alizzed introduced a multiple retake.

 

The Lure and Romance of Alchemy
C. J. S. Thompson 1990

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"…There is further evidence given in the Bible of the richness of the country in the precious metal, for it is recorded that the Queen of Sheba brought much gold and precious stones and

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gave to King Solomon 120 talents, a sum equivalent to £240,000. The navy of Hiram also brought gold from Ophir, and the weight of gold that came to Solomon in one year was 666 talents,… " "

Page 26

Note È 1 Kings x, 10, 14."

FLYING TO 3000 B.C.
Pierre Jeannerat 1957

Page 124

"…Enters the Queen of Sheba. "And she gave the king an hun-dred and twenty talents of gold, and of spices great abundance, and precious stones. . . .Now the weight of gold that came to Solomon in one year was six hundred and three score and six talents of gold;…"

HOLY BIBLE
Scofield References

Page 380

Chapter 21 B.C. 1021

20 "And there was yet a battle in Gath, where was a man of great stature, that had on every hand six fingers, and on every foot six toes, four and twenty in number; and he also was born to the giant."
Here yon scribe writ this 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 = 24 and 2 + 4 = 6

Lost Cities Of Ancient Lemuria and The Pacific
David Hatcher Childress 1988

    "What was most interesting to von Daniken, and to me, were the giant footprints of Tarawa. A book has even been written about them, entitled The Footprints of Tarawa (it is extracted from the Journal of the Polynesian Society, Vol 58, No 4, December 1949, Wellington, New Zealand, and written by I.G. Turbot). This book mentions a number of places where these footprints can be found in the Kiribatis, but the main spot is the village of Banreaba at a spot called Te Aba-n-Anti, the "Place of the Spirits," or Te Kananrabo, "the Holy place."
Here various footprints can clearly be seen in the volcanic stone, some of them so huge as to seem impossible. Most have six toes on each foot. The largest are about three feet long, easily twice as large as the foot of an especially tall person (though even short people can have big feet). The footprints are reported to be very clear, with the toes, heels and outline distinct: naturally rounded and curved like a normal footprint. They are certainly not natural rock formations coincidently formed into footprints.
The only other explanation other than that they are the actual footprints of giants is that they were chiseled into the rock by the islanders themselves for some unknown purpose. Reverend Scarborough points out in his letter to von Daniken, "If you have some idea that perhaps the islanders themselves have carefully carved these prints in the rocks . . . then you must ask yourself. Why? For what purpose should the islanders on sixteen islands undertake to manufacture marks in the hard rock? Bearing in mind that they have little or no tools, that would be nonesense. The local verbal customs say that they are footprints of the gods who came from heaven." 85
If we discard the theory of the footprints being carved, we must now examine the possibility of the footprints having been created by actual me(?) walking on still-elastic lava just prior to cooling. These men aparently had six toes and were probably ten to twelve feet tall. When did this hypothetical walk take place? According to uni-

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formitarian geology, millions of years ago. Such a fantastic date is usually applied to other anomalistic footprints such as those of men and dinosaurs walking together in river beds in Texas and other places. After all, since it is a "scientific fact" that dinosaurs became extinct 65 million years ago, then the tracks of a man with those of a dinosaur must be at least 65 million years old.
"In light of cataclysmic geology, the footprints of a man with those of a dinosaur could be measured in thousands of years, rather than millions. In those terms, the giant footprints of Kiribati might be as young as 24,000 years old..." "...It is interesting to note that "lava walking" is still practised on Hawaii to this day.
As to giants with six toes who are twelve feet tall, Frank Edwards reports in his book, Stranger Than Science,.." that in 1833 soldiers digging a pit for apowder magazine at Lompock Rancho, California (near San Luis Obispo)... ""...found the skeleton of a man about twelve feet tall..." Edwards goes on to sayin his book:..."
Near Crittenden, Arizona, in 1891, workmen excavating for a commercial building came upon a huge stone sarcophagus eight feet below the surface.The contractors called in expert help, and the sarcophagus was opened to reveal a granite mummy case which had once held the body of a human being more than twelve feet tall-a human with six toes, according to the carving of the case. But the body has been buried so many thousands of yers that it has long since turned to dust. "86
So we suddenly see a correlation with six-toed giants on the west coast of North America with six toed giants leaving footprints in ancient stata in the Kiribati Islands."

 
ALL SCRIPTURE IS INSPIRED Of GOD AND BENEFICIAL
Watch Tower Bible And Tract Society Of Pennsylvania


Page 11

" 24 In what order did the sixty-six Bible books come to us? What part of the endless stream of time do they cover? " 
" 29 In the following pages the sixty-six books of the Sacred Scriptures are examined in turn. " 


Alizzed strikes a double wammy

 


Page v

"...The Bible is a book of books. Sixty-six books make up the one Book. Considered with reference to the unity of the one book the separate books may be regarded as chapters. But that is but one side of the truth, for each of the sixty-six books is complete in itself, and has its own theme and analysis."

 


 
 HOLY BIBLE
Scofield References
BOOKS OF THE OLD
AND
NEW TESTAMENT
 


. . . . . . .Page number . . . Chapter

. . . . . . .Page number. . . Chapter
 

GENESIS. . . .. . . . .3. . . ..50


Ecclesiastes. . . . . 696 . . . .12

Exodus. . . . . . . . .. 71 . . . 40


Song of Solomon. .705 . . . .8

Leviticus. . . . . . . .126 . . . .27


Isaiah. . . . . . . . . . 713. . . .66

Numbers. . . . . . . 165 . . . .36


Jeremiah. . . . . . . . 772 . . ...52

Deuteronomy. . . . 216 . . . .34


Lamentations. . . . ..834 . . . .5

Joshua . . . . . . . . .259 . . . 24


Ezekiel. . . . . . . . . .840 . . ..48

Judges . . . . . . . . .287 . . . 21


Daniel. . . . . . . . . . .898 . . .12

Ruth . . . . . . . . . . 315. . . . 4 I.


Hosea . . . . . . . . . . 921. . . .14

Samuel. . . . . . . . .319. . . .31


Joel. . . . . . . . .. . . . 930 . . . .3

II. Samuel. . . . . . .355 . . .24


Amos. . . . . . . . . . . 934. . . . 9

I. Kings . . . . . . . .385. . . ..22


Obadiah. . . . . . . . . 941. . . . 1

I. Chronicles. . . . .456 . . . .29


Jonah. . . . . . . . . . . 943. . . . .4

II. Chronicles. . . . 490. . . ..36


Micah. . . . . . . . . . 946. . . . ..7

Ezra . . . . . . . . . . .529 . . ..10


Nahum. . . . . . . . . . 952 . . . ..3

Nehemiah. . . . . . . . 54 . . .13


Habakkuk. . . . . . . .955 . . . ..3

Esther. . . . . . . . . . 558. . .10


Zephaniah. . . . . . . . 959 . . . ..3

Job. . . . . . . . . . . ..569. . . 42


Haggai. . . . . . . . . . 962 . . . .2

Psalms. . . . . . . . . 599. . . 150


Zechariah. . . . . . . . 965 . . . 14

Proverbs. . . . . . . . 672 . . .31


Malachi . . . . . . . . . 980. . . . .4




MATTHEW. . . . .993 . . . 28


I. Timothy. . . . . . . . 1274 . . ..6

Mark. . . . . . . . . . l045. . . 16


II. Timothy.. . . . . . . 1279. . . .4

Luke. . . . . . . . . . 1070 . . .24


Titus. . . . . . . . . . . . .1283 . . ..3

John . . . . . . . . . . 1114 . . .21


Philemon. . . . . . . . . .1286 . . .1

The Acts. . . . . . . 1147 . . .28


To the Hebrews. . . . .1291 . .13

To the Romans. . .1191 . . .16


Epistle of James. . . . .1306 . . .5

I. Corinthians. . . . 1211 . . .16


I.Peter. . . . . . . . . . . .1311 . . .5

II. Corinthians. . . .1230 . . .13


II. Peter. . . . . . . . . . 1317 . . ..3

Galatians. . . . . . . .1241 . . ..6


I. John . . . . . . . . . . . 1321 . . .5

Ephesians. . . . . . . 1249 . . ..6


II. John . . . . . . . . . . .1326. . . 1

Philippians. . . . . . .1257 . . . 4


III. John. . . . . . . . . . .1327 . . .1

Colossians. . . . . . .1262. . .41.


Jude . . . . . . . . . . . . .1328 . . . 1

I Thessalonians. . . 1267 . . . 5


Revelation. . . . . . . . . 1330 . . 22

II. Thessalonians. ..1271 . . ..3





NUMBER OF SIX LETTERED WORDS IN TITLES
6 x 11
ELEVEN 11 x SIX 6 = 66
 
 

 

 

 

FINGERPRINTS OF THE GODS
Graham Hancock 1995


 Page number 359 omitted

Place of the Beginning
Giza, Egypt, I6 March I993, 3.30 p. m..
"It was mid afternoon by the time I left the Great Pyramid. Retracing the route that Santha and I had followed the night before when we had climbed the monument, I walked eastwards along the northern face, southwards along the flank of the eastern face, clambered over mounds of rubble and ancient tombs that clustered closely in this part of the necropolis, and came out on to the sand-covered limestone bedrock of the Giza plateau, which sloped down towards the south and east.
At the bottom of this long gentle slope, about half a kilometre from the south-eastern comer of the Great Pyramid, the Sphinx crouched in his rock-hewn pit. Sixty-six feet high and more than 240 feet long, with a head measuring 13 feet 8 inches wide,' he was, by a considerable margin, the largest single piece of sculpture in the world - and the most renowned:  

 
 
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NUMEROLOGY
Geddes and Grosset 1999.


Introduction.

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"Nunerology is the name given to an ancient method of study-ing numbers that has been in use for thousands of years."
"…The most popular form of numerology in use today is based on the work of Py-thagoras, the famous Greek mathematician and philosopher who lived during the sixth century bc."
"…It was Pythagora's belief that numbers were the first of all things in nature. It was his belief that numbers were the basis of everything, in the natural, spiritual and scientific world. He believed that everything could be reduced to mathematical terms and that everything had a numerical value. Through studying the world in numerical form, he sought to achieve greater understanding of the world he lived in. Pythagoras, who believed that numbers created order and beauty, founded a school for students to follow his philosophy, and this was known as the Italic or Pythagorean School."

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"…Pythagoras formulated the concept called the Music of the Spheres', based on the idea that all the planets in the universe formed a harmonious whole consisting of a mu-sical chorus. He discovered that there was a relationship between sound and numbers, and developed this discov-ery to form his metaphysical concept. He suggested that every planet was a certain distance from a central point in the universe and that if an invisible string connected each planet to the central point, when plucked the string would emit a certain tone or vibration. Each sound or vibration could be associated with a particular number. He also be-lieved that the sound or vibration of the universe dictated by the planets would have a strong influ-ence on the character of an individual born at that particu-lar time.
Numerologists believe that the numbers one to nine have specific characteristics , and these characteristics are the basis for the methods of analysis described in this book. The numbers one to nine are the only numbers that are

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believed to be significant to numerology. All numbers greater than nine can be reduced to a single digit by the process of fadic addition, for example:
12 is reduced to 3 by adding 1 and 2;
49 is reduced to 4 by adding 4 and 9 which equals 13 and subsequently adding 1 and 3 to make 4."

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 "All numbers greater than nine can be reduced to a single digit by the process of fadic addition, for example:
12 is reduced to 3 by adding 1 and 2;
49 is reduced to 4 by adding 4 and 9 which equals 13 and subsequently adding 1 and 3 to make 4."

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