Abdon, the twelfth Judge.

 
13     And after him Abdon the son of Hillel, a Pirathonite, judged Israel.
14     And he had
forty sons and thirty nephews, that rode on threescore and ten ass colts: and he judged Israel
        
eight years.
15     And Abdon the son of Hillel the Pirathonite died, and was buried in Pirathon in the land of Ephraim, in
         the mount of the Amalekites.”
 
                                                                                    
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                                                                               Samson, the
thirteenth Judge.
First Verse
        “And Samson went down to Tim-nath, and saw a woman in Timnath of the daughters of the Philistines.
5      Then went Samson down, and his father and his mother, to Tim-nath, and came to the vineyards of Tim-nath:
        and behold, a young lion roared against him.
6       And the Spirit of the LORD came mightily upon him. and he rent him, as he would have rent a kid, and he
         had nothing in his hand: but he told not his father or his mother what he had done.
7       And he went down, and talked with the woman; and she pleased Sampson well.
 
                                                                                       Samsons Riddle
8       And after a time he returned to take her, and he returned to take her, and he turned aside to see the carcase of
         the lion: and behold, there was a swarm of bees and honey in the carcass of the lion.
9       And he took thereof in his hands, and went on eating, and came to his father and mother, and he gave them
         and they did eat: but he told not them that he had taken the honey out of the car-case of the lion.
10      So his father went down unto the woman: and Samson made there a feast; for so used the young men to do.
11      And it came to pass, when they saw him, that they brought
thirty companions to be with him.
12      And Samson said unto them, I will now put forth a riddle unto you: if ye can certainly declare it me within the
          
seven days of the feast, and find it out, then I will give you thirty sheets and thirty change of garments:
 
13      But if ye cannot declare it me then shall ye give me thirty sheets and thirty change of garments.
          And they said unto him, Put forth thy riddle, that we may hear it
14      And he said unto them, Out of the eater came forth meat, and out of the strong came forth sweetness.
          And they could not in
three days expound the riddle.
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15      And it came to pass on the
seventh day. that they said unto Samson’s wife, Entice thy hus-band, that he may
          declare unto us the riddle, lest we burn thee and thy father’s house with fire: have ye called us to take that
          we have? is it not so?
16      And Samson’s wife wept before him, and said, Thou dost but hate me, and lovest me not: thou hast put forth
          a riddle unto the children of my people, and hast not told it me. And he said unto her, Behold, I have not told
          it my father nor my mother, and shall I tell it thee?
17      And she wept before him the
seven days, while their feast lasted and it came to pass on the seventh day, that
          he told her,because she lay sore upon him: and she told the riddle to the children of her people
 
18      And the men of the city said unto him on the seventh day before the sun went down, What is sweeter than
          honey?and what is stronger than a lion? And he said unto them, If ye had not plowed with my heifer, ye had
          not found out my riddle.
 
                                                                                        Samson at Ashkelon.
 
19      And the Spirit of the LORD came upon him, and he went down to Ashkelon, and slew
thirty men of them,
          and took their spoil, and gave change of garments unto them which expounded the riddle. And his anger was
          kindled, and he went up to his father’s house.
20      But Samson’s wife was given to his companion, whom he had used as his friend.”
 
 
We get the picture said Zed Aliz to yonder scribe, for less than a minute or so, more or less stick to the Samson
verses containing the numbered hows your Father.                                                                        
And so do did the scribe do
 
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4       “And Samson went and caught
three hundred foxes, and took fire-brands, and turned tail to tail, and put a
         firebrand in the midst between two tails.
5       And when he had set the brands on fire, he let them go into the standing corn of the Philistines, and burnt up
         both the shocks, and also the standing corn with the vineyards and olives.”
11     “Then t
hree thousand men of Judah went to the top of the rock Etam, and said to Samson, Knowest thou not
         that the Philistines are rulers over us? what is this that thou hast done unto us? And he said unto them, As
         they did unto me, so have I done unto them.
12     And they said unto him, We are come down to bind thee, that we may deliver thee into the hand of the
         Philistines. And Samson said unto them swear unto me, that ye will not fall upon me yourselves.
13     And they spoke unto him say-ing, No; but we will bind thee fast, and deliver thee into their hand: but surely
         we will not kill thee. And they bound him with
two new cords, and brought him up from the rock.
 
 
                                                                              Samson slays a thousand Phi-listines
14       And when he came unto Lehi the Philistines shouted against him: and the Spirit of the LORD came mightily
           upon him, and the cords that were upon his arms became as flax that was burnt with fire, and  /        
Page
306  / his bands loosed from off his hands.
15      And he found a new jawbone of an ass, and put forth his hand, and took it, and slew a thousand men therewith.
16      And Samson said, With the jawbone of an ass, heaps and heaps, with the jaw of an ass have I slain a
          thousand men.
17     And it came to pass, when he had made an end of speaking, that he cast away the Jawbone out of his hand
         and called that place Ramath-lehi.
20     And he judged Israel in the days of the Philistines
twenty years.”
 
 
Have you harvested the numbers scribe said Zed Aliz. More or less said the scribe meaning no more and even less
less. Is there less to this riddle that meets the aye said ZedAliz, loseing off a whispered smile.
Thus writ the scribe afore writ writing this
 
Is Ra Elohim, Zed Aliz Zed, said the scribe
What do you think scribe said Alizzed
                                                                              ZAZAZAZAZAZAZA
 
 
Hereupon in,  Zed Aliz Zed set yonder scribe a further task n’ half.
You can count on me said the scribe.
 
 
    1         2          3          4         5        6         7            8           9
 
One    Two   Three   Four   Five   Six   Seven    Eight    Nine
  
   1   +    2    +    3    +    4   +    5   +   6   +   7    +     8    +    9
         =   3           6          10       15       21       28         36
        45                                  4 + 5  = 9
 
   1   x    2    x     3    x     4   x    5   x    6   x    7    x      8    x    9
        =    2           6         24      120      720    5040    40320    
362880      3 + 6 + 2 + 8 + 8  = 27  2 + 7 = 9
 
 
Number of letters in words
One     Two   Three   Four    Five    Six    Seven    Eight     Nine
 
   3          3          5          4        4         3          5            5           4
 
One     Two    Three   Four   Five    Six    Seven    Eight     Nine
 
   3    +    3    +    5    +    4   +   4   +   3   +    5    +      5    +     4
          =   6          11        15       19       22       27           32         36               3 + 6 = 9
 
 
One     Two    Three   Four   Five    Six    Seven    Eight     Nine
   3    x    3    x      5    x     4   x   4    x    3    x    5     x      5     x     4
 
               9          45       180    720   2160   10800   54000   216000
 
Fingerprints Of The Gods
Graham Hancock
Page 274 / 275
“The pre-eminent number in the code is
72.   To this is frequently added 36,
making
108, and it is permissible to multiply 108 by 100 to get 10,800 or to  
divide it by 2  to get  
54, which may then be multiplied by 10 and expressed
as
540  (or as 54,000, or as 540,000, or as 5,400,000, and so on).
Also  highly significant  is
2160 ( the number of years required for the equinoctial
point to transit one zodiacal constellation), which is sometimes multiplied
by 10 and by factors of ten (to give
216,000, 2,160,000, and so on)
“ and
sometimes by 2 to give 4320, or 43,200, or 432,000, or 4,320,000,ad infinitum.”
 
 
Number of letters in words
One     Two    Three   Four   Five    Six    Seven     Eight      Nine        Ten      
   3    x    3    x      5    x     4    x   4    x   3    x    5      x      5      x     4      x      3                    
 
               9          45       180    720   2160   10800      54000   216000   648000    
 
 
The scribe writ
216 doubled  =  432 doubled  =  864

 

 

 

 

HOLY BIBLE
Scofield References
 
 

Page 1351  Chapter 21 A.D. 96.
Verse
19    “And the foundations of the wall of the city were garnished with all manner of precious stones. The
first foundation was jasper; the sec-ond, sapphire; the third, a chalced-ony; the fourth, an emerald;
20   The
fifth, sardonyx; the sixth, sardius; the seventh chrysolyte; the eighth beryl; the ninth topaz; the tenth, a chrysoprasus; the eleventh, a jacinth; the twelfth an ameythyst.”
 
 
    1           2             3              4              5              6                7                   8                9             10             11             12
 
first   second     third      fourth       fifth        sixth       seventh        eighth       ninth       tenth     eleventh     twelfth
 
Number of letters in words
first   second     third      fourth       fifth        sixth       seventh        eighth       ninth       tenth     eleventh     twelfth
 
   5           6             5             6              5             5                 7                  6               5              5               8                7
 
first   second     third      fourth       fifth        sixth       seventh        eighth       ninth       tenth     eleventh     twelfth
   5    +    6     +       5     +      6      +      5     +      5       +       7        +         6      +       5      +      5      +       8       +       7
 
              11            16            22            27           32               39                 45              50            55             63               70
 
first   second     third      fourth       fifth        sixth       seventh        eighth       ninth       tenth     eleventh     twelfth
 
   5           6             5             6              5             5                 7                  6               5              5               8                7
   5    x     6      x      5      x       6     x       5     x      5       x         7        x         6       x       5       x      5       x       8       x       7
 
         =   30         150         900         4500       22500    157500      945000   4725000   23625000
 
 
 
Page 300 Chapter 10   B.C. 1206.
 
2     Tola, the
seventh Judge                    “And he judged Israel twenty and three years,    
3     Jair the
eighth Judge                           “and judged Israel twenty and two years”                  
 
 
Page 301 Chapter
11 B.C.1101.                            
 
 
7      Jephthah, the ninth Judge                   “And Jephthah judged Israel six years”            
 
Page
303 Chapter 12  B.C. 1143
 
9      Ibzan, the
tenth Judge.                               “And he judged Israel seven years”                          
 
11   Elon the eleventh Judge                               “and he judged Israel ten years”                            .
14   Abdon, the
twelfth Judge.                            “and he judged Israel eight years”                        
 
Page 304 Chapter 14. B.C. 1161.
 
20    Samson, the
thirteenth Judge.  “And he judged Israel in the days of the Philistines twenty years”
 
 
 
Number of letters in the words
 
seventh   eighth   ninth  tenth   eleventh  twelfth  thirteenth
       7     +      6    +    5   +    5      +     8      +      
7     +      10        
                  =
11        16        21           29            36             46    
 
                    1+1     1+ 6     2+1         2+9          3+6           4+6
 
                      2    +    7   +   3       +    2      +      9      +     10          =  33        3 + 3   =  6
  
        7     +    2    +    7   +   3       +    2      +       9      +     10          =  40        4 + 0   =  2
 
 
 
                                           azazazazazazazazazAZAZAZAZAZAZAZAZAZzazazazazazazazaza
 
 
 
Counting the word seventh as number 1 the scribe continued to lucky thirteen.  
seventh   eighth   ninth  tenth   eleventh  twelfth  thirteen
      
1              2           3         4              5              6           7
 
 
7  Numbers altogether, writ the scribe.
Alizzed a being being quite quietly quiet, continued divining divine patient patent pattern.  
 
first  second  third  fourth  fifth  sixth  
   5   +   6    +     5    +    6   +   5   +   5                                            =
32
      
=   11         16         22      27      32        
 
           1+1      1+6      2+2     2+7    3+2
 
             2    +    7    +    4   +   9   +   5                                            = 27      2 + 7  =  9                                           2 x 7 = 14
 
seventh   eighth   ninth  tenth   eleventh  
twelfth  thirteenth
       7     +      6    +    5   +    5     +      8      +      
7     +      10         = 48
                    
13        18       23            31            38             48
                    1+3      1+8     2+3        3+1           3+8          4+8  
                      4          9          5            4               11            12
 
                                                                           1+1           1+2
 
                      4   +    9    +    5    +     4      +       2      +      3           = 27                   2 + 7  = 9                               2 x 7 = 14
 
 
                                        azazazazazazazazazAZAZAZAZAZAZAZAZAZzazazazazazazazaza
 
The scribe again numbers the word
First  Second    Third     Fourth     Fifth      Sixth           Seventh   Eighth   Ninth  Tenth   Eleventh  Twelfth Thirteen
    5     x     6      x      5     x     6      x       5     x     5                      7      x      6     x     5    x     5      x      8      x       7      x       8        
 
 
 
first   second     third      fourth      fifth       sixth      
  
5    x    6     x      5      x      6     x      5     x      5                              = 22500         2 + 2 + 5 = 9                     2 x 2 x 5 = 20
          =  30           150         900        4500         22500
             3+0         1+5         9+00     4+5+00      2+2+500
              
3              6             9              9                9
               3      +      6      +     9      +      9       +       9                           =
36                    3 + 6  =  9                           3 x 6 = 18
  
 
 
seventh   eighth   ninth  tenth   eleventh  
twelfth  thirteen
      7      x      6     x     5   x    5     x      8      x      
7     x      8        
 
                    42         210    1050       8400       58800      470400       = 470400     4 + 7 + 4  = 15   1 + 5 = 6
                   4+2        2+1     1+5        8+4        5+8+8        4+7+4
                                                            12
           21              15  
                                                           1+2        2+1            1+5
 
              =     6     +    3    +   6      +    3      +      3     +        6               = 27                    2 + 7  = 9
 
 
 
All in all said the scribe we seem to be at sixes and sevens
How right you are scribe said Zed Aliz spinning even more thread
 
 
The scribe then writ                                                                  
One    Two    Three   Four   Five    Six                  Seven     Eight   Nine   Ten      Eleven     Twelve   Thirteen
  3    x    3     x     5    x    4    x   4    x    3                         5     x      6    x    4    x    5      x      8       x      6      x       8        
 
             9          45       180     720    2160                                  30      120      600        4800        28800     230400
                      4+5    1+8    7+2    2+1+6                            3+0   1+2     6+00     4+800     2+8+8     2+3+4
                                                                                                                                             12               18              9
                                                                                                                                            1+2             1+8
 
             9            9         9          9           9                                    3        3          6              3                  9              9
 
 
  
                                                                                                                                                  
 
The scribe indicates final reduced numerical values
 
 
 
                                                                 ZAZAZAZAZAZAZAZAZA
 
 
first   second     third      fourth       fifth        sixth       seventh        eighth       ninth       tenth     eleventh     twelfth
   5    +    6     +       5     +      6      +      5     +      5       +       7        +         6      +       5      +      5      +       8       +       7
  5
          11            16            22            27           32               39                 45              50            55             63               70
 
 
Reight wah scribe said the Alizzed, add to reduce reduce to deduce and  ascribe thee a total.
But, but, said the scribe, holding up half a ten.
No ifs or buts said Zed Aliz. The expected should be seen from the other side of the mirror, and having done  it
before do it again. So the scribe did it, like that just like that.
 
 
 
Number of letters in words.
first   second     third      fourth       fifth        sixth      
seventh        eighth       ninth       tenth     eleventh     twelfth
   5    +    6     +       5     +      6      +      5     +      5       +      
7        +         6      +       5      +      5      +       8       +       7
 
   5         11            16            22            27           32               39                 45              50            55             63               70
   5   +    2      +      7     +      4      +      9     +     5       +       3        +        9       +       5      +      1      +      9       +       7    =   66
 
 
seventh   eighth   ninth  tenth   eleventh  twelfth  thirteen
 
      7     +      6    +    5   +    5     +      8      +      7     +      8        
                    
11        16        21           29            36            44    
                      2    +    7    +    3     +      2      +      9      +      8            =  31
        3 + 1   =  4
       7     +     2    +    7    +    3      +     2      +      9      +      8            =  38        3 + 8   =  11   1 + 1 = 2
 
seventh  eighth  ninth  tenth  eleventh  twelfth  thirteen
 
       7     +    8    +    9   +  10    +    11    +    12   +    13               =   70  +  38 = 108
 
 
                                        azazazazazazazazazAZAZAZAZAZAZAZAZAZzazazazazazazazaza
 
One     Two    Three   Four    Five      Six    
   3    x    3    x      5    x     4    x    4     x    3        
 
               9          45       180     720     2160    
        =    9          9          9         9        9
 
 

 

 

HOLY BIBLE
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II KINGS
Page 448 Chapter 20  B.C. 713
Verse
 
9        “And Isaiah said, This sign shalt thou have of the LORD, that the LORD will do the thing that he hath
             spoken: shall the
shadow go forward ten degrees, or go back ten degrees?
 
10         And Hezekiah answered, It is a light thing for the shadow to go down ten degrees: nay but let the shadow
              return backward
ten degrees.
 
11         And Isaiah the prophet cried unto the LORD: and he brought the shadow ten degrees backward, by which
              it had gone down in the dial of Ahaz.”
 
 
Alizzed now scattered amongst the mind of their seeking the language of numbers.
And lo and behold writ the scribe being bold, the cast of the magicalalphabet.
 
I  S  A I  A H
 
9 1  1 9  1  8
 
 
Alizzed told the scribe to count the letters contained in light and dark together.
The scribe writ within
light are 5 letters and in dark are 4, together 9
There are six letters in shadow and seven in degrees and for good measure added,three in six
 
The Alizzed again introduced a further this way and that turn to the right
 
 
THE EMPEROR’S NEW MIND
Roger Penrose
1988
3                                                                       MATHEMATICS AND REALITY
 
                                                                         THE LAND OF TOR’BLED-NAM
Page
98  “LET US IMAGINE that we have been travelling on a great journey to some far off world. We shall call
this world Tor’Bled-Nam. Our remote sensing device has picked up a signal which is now displayed on a
screen in front of us. The image comes into focus and we see  (Fig. 3. 1):                                      
Fig.3.1. Afirst glimpse of a strange world.
 
 
Figure omitted
What can it be? Is it some strange-looking insect? Perhaps, instead, it is a dark-coloured lake, with many
mountain streams  /
Page
99  /  entering it. Or could it be some vast and oddly shaped alien city, with roads going off in various
directions to small towns and villages nearby? Maybe it is an island and then let us try to find whether there is a
nearby continent with which it is associated. This we can do by ‘backing away’, reducing the magnification of our
sensing device by a linear factor of about fifteen. Lo and behold, the entire world springs into view (Fig. 3. 2):
 
 
Figure omitted
 
Fig. 3. 2. ‘Tor ‘Bled-Nam’ in its entirety. The locations of the magnifications shown in
Figs 3. 1, 3. 3, and 3.4 are indicated beneath the arrows.
 
 
 
 
Our ‘island’ is seen as a small dot indicated below ‘Fig. 3.1’ in Fig. 3.2. The filaments
(streams, roads, bridges?) from the original island all come to an end, with the exception of the one
attached at the inside of its right-hand crevice, which finally joins on to the very much larger object…” “This  /
Page 100  /  “larger object is clearly similar to the island that we saw first
though it is not precisely the same.
 
If we focus more closely on what appears to be this object’s coastline we see innumerable protuberances
 
roundish, but themselves possessing similar pro-tuberances of their own. Each small protuberances seems to be
attached to a larger one at some minute place, producing many warts upon warts As the picture becomes clearer,
we see myriads of tiny filaments emanating from the structure. The filaments themselves are forked at various
places and often meander wildly. At certain spots on the filaments we seem to see little knots of complication
which our sensing device, with its present mag-nification, cannot resolve. Clearly the object is no actual island
or continent, nor a landscape of any kind. Perhaps, after all, we are viewing some monstrous beetle, and the first
that we saw was one of its offspring, attached to it still, by some kind of filamentary umbilical cord.
      Let us try to examine the nature of one of our creatures warts, by turning up the magnification of our sensing
device by a linear factor of about ten (Fig. 3. 3
the location being indicated under Fig. 3. 3’ in Fig. 3,2). The
wart itself bears a strong resemblance to the creature as a whole
except just at the point of attachment.
Notice that there are various places in Fig. 3. 3 where five filaments come together. There is perhaps a certain
‘fiveness’ about this particular wart (as there would be a
threeness’ about the uppermost wart). Indeed, if we were
to examine the next reasonable sized wart, a little down on the left on Fig. 3.2, we should find a ‘
seveness’ about it;
and for the next, a ‘
nineness’, and so on. As we enter the crevice between the two largest regions of Fig. 3. 2. we
find warts on the right characterized by odd numbers, increasing by two each time. Let us pear deep down
into this crevice, turning up the magnification from that of Fig. 3.2 by a factor of about ten(Fig. 3. 4). We see
numerous other tiny warts and also much swirling activity. On the right, we can just discern some tiny spiral
‘seahorse tails’ in an area we shall know as ‘seahorse valley’. Here we shall find, if the magnification is
turned up enough, various ‘sea anemones’ or regions with a distinctly floral appear-ance. Perhaps, after all, this
is indeed some exotic coastline
maybe some coral reef, teeming with life of all kinds. What might  /
Page 101  / have beemed to be a flower would reveal itself, on further magni-fication, to be composed of
myriads of tiny, but incredibly complicated structures, each with numerous filaments and swirl-ing spiral tails.”
 
 
Seeing which numbers of being, being empasized by Alizzed,  yon scribe, rightly asked, what about other numbers
They will take care of themselves said Alizzed, and since the communicating device divine be
973, that iz the 973 that iz. That’s been said afore, said  the scribe.
That’s been said afore said Zed Aliz Zed.  
 
 
 
Blimey thought the scribe, thats a sight trick.
 
The scribe looking august, looked aghast at the newly arrived inserts.
 
More of this and that said Zed Aliz
 
 
Man’s Eternal
 
QUEST
Paramahansa Yogananda 1937
Page
21 “The Hindu scriptures state that God is beyond comprehen-sion by mind and intellect. Powerful as they
are, their scope is insufficient to contain Him. So the human mind is incapable of a true conception of God.
The question “Who made God?” arises only because mind cannot comprehend That which has neither beginning
nor end.
 
      When you are looking at the sun millions of miles away in the sky, that huge luminary seems smaller by far than
our earth. Yet the diameter of earth is roughly
7,900 miles: and the sun is more than a hundred times that wide. If
you could place our planet next to the sun, earth would appear by comparison a tiny dot.”
 
 
                                                                                           HOLY BIBLE
                                                                                     Scofield References
I CHRONICLES. Chapter 21  B.C. 1017.
Page
478  
Verse
5     “And Joab gave the sum of the number of the people unto David. And all they of Israel were a
thou-sand
        
thousand and an hundred thousand men that drew sword: and Judah was four hundred threescore and ten
         thousand men that drew sword.
 
12    Either three years’ famine; or three months to be destroyed before thy foes, while that the sword of thine
         enemies overtaketh thee; or else
three days the sword of the LORD, even the pestilence, in the land, and the
         angel of the LORD destroying throughout all the coasts of Israel. Now therefore advise thyself what word
         I shall bring again to him that sent me
14     So the LORD sent pestilence upon Israel: and there fell of Israel
seventy thousand men.”
 
 
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                                                                  David prepares material for the temple.
Verse
                    
19    “Now set your heart and your soul to seek the LORD your God; arise therefore, and build ye the sanctuary of the LORD God, to bring the ark of the covenant of the LORD, and the holy vessels of God, into the house that is to be built to the name of the LORD.”