1. I'm so glad you commented on this, Shadowself. I couldn't recall if you had touched on 137 in your six degrees thread. It sure had some fascinating stuff on numbers. I used to be good at math...decades ago.

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3. Originally posted by Dreamtimer
No I had not touched on 137 in that thread. Last night when I made the last post here on the 42 trippy trivia connect I was crunching some of those number and I somehow interestingly ran into one of the Fibonacci primes....but when I went back to check it I stupidly forgot how I arrived at it. It got me going so far as it kept me up till 4:30 AM and I could not reproduce it again! ARGH!!!! But somehow it was arrived at from 42!

I don't know what formula I used to get to it but that number was 233....anybody up for the task? LOL I didn't get much sleep for my upcoming work day and perhaps later will try again to see how I arrived at it...but here it is:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/233_(number)

And coincidentally...233 is a Sophie Germain prime.... Sophie Germain primes and safe primes have applications in public key cryptography...which if you'll recall was what I was searching for in the tomb I was studying.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophie_Germain_prime

Of which ... The first few Sophie Germain primes are: 2, 3, 5, 11, 23, 29, 41, 53, 83, 89, 113, 131, 173, 179, 191, 233, 239, 251, 281, 293, 359, 419, 431, 443, 491, 509, 593, 641, 653, 659, 683, 719, 743, 761, 809, 911, 953, ...

And coincidentally...

131 plus 6[degrees of separation] = 137

But again I don't know how I arrived at 233. This of course occurred after an 8 hour shift and I was rather tired.

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5. Maybe it'll come back in a dream.

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7. Also 1 + 3 = 4 the then centre of 7.

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9. I came across an interesting piece of reading called The Crystal by Mark Cocking.

Here's an excerpt:

After giving up any hope of seeing through all this confusion, the child made his way to the next lesson. This was Physics, and he hated it because the teacher always seemed unable to answer questions, like ‘Why’ or ‘What if?’ This lesson was, however, a bit different. The teacher was talking about the BIG BANG, which is how the Universe began, according to current science. He explained that modern technology had proven that the BIG BANG happened some 13.7 Billion years ago.

He noted the numbers 1, 3, &7 and the fact that science itself had already noted them.

137 is the strangest number in mainstream science. It crops up in many calculations and answers, yet they know not why.

Scientists had measured a level of ‘background’ radiation in the sky. The presence of this background radiation is taken to prove that there was a huge fireball at the beginning of the Universe, and that it has now cooled down to the temperature recorded by the COBE (Cosmic Background Explorer) satellite. They calculated the temperatures that must have been involved and extrapolated back in time to calculate that the background radiation temperature is currently what it would be after cooling down for 13.7 billion years. The child failed to see the logic in their assumption but then realised that it was a reasonable one to make. But only if one is unaware of the underlying geometry in simple observations.

Surrounding this bit is discussion of the number 2.732:

The latest measurements taken by the Hubble space telescope show a reading of 2.734 degrees KELVIN. The child thought this interesting. So he asked the teacher how accurate the reading was!? The teacher, of course, didn’t know. All he could say was that it was at first 2.735 but further measurement has brought this down.

He asked the teacher, “what if it is found to be 2.732?”

The teacher had no idea what the child meant, and it dawned on the child that he had no real idea what he meant either, but he pressed the point.

”Sir, if it is 2.732 then I can show you that this number appears in many relationships on Earth and the Moon (but only in Decimal base 10) and, if this proves to be the case, then that temperature cannot be the remnants of a Big Bang explosion. On the contrary, it must be some sort of universal constant itself. Is it a coincidence, for example, that a gas expands by a factor of 1.2732 for every degree it is heated?
You might enjoy the whole piece that I linked to.

I might start a thread on this guy. He worked in banking, became a druid which he says is at the heart of it all, and has observed those 'on top' and has discussed how they control the masses through their occult knowledge.

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11. I recall reading an article where Nikola Tesla stated the following; When you understand the numbers 3 and 6 and 9, you will understand the Universe. I've come to appreciate mathematics late in life and I know that many answers are found therein ....

Now I have 137 to ponder. Thank You.

Much Respect - Amanda

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13. Cocking talks about 3, 6, and 9. He still does presentations and I'm watching/listening to a couple. I think I'll start sharing some of his stuff in a thread once I'm done with this phase. It's really fascinating. I've never really looked into what people call sacred geometry but I'm beginning to understand the 'truth' of that name.

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15. Dreamtimer - I refer to Sacred Geometry all the time. I have friends who are science based in their education and profession and they refer to Geometry. I think I prefer the title Sacred Geometry due to the sense of learning about all that has been omitted from regular curricula and mainstream learning.

I shall be returning to this thread so that I can keep learning. My understanding is that Fractals and the Mandelbrot Set are based on numbers and Sacred Geometry. I swear if all these subjects were included in the regular school curricula - Students would be turning up to school in any condition rather that dragging themselves to school. I know for a fact Students want to study all aspects of all subjects. I will stop rambling now.

Thanks to everyone for providing me with ample homework.

Much Respect - Amanda

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17. Speaking of fractals, did you know you can randomly create a Sierpinski triangle? It would take a long time to do it by hand but all you'd need is paper, pen, ruler and a D6. (six sided die)

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19. Long game lol.

137 = 11 the mastery + 7 X 3 = 21 + 1 = 22 = dual mastery.

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21. Here's some more on 137.

The great psychotherapist Carl Jung helped Pauli in his quest to find a mathematical basis for the fine structure constant by interpreting more than 400 of Pauli’s dreams, published in Jung’s Psychology and Alchemy. Jung believed that Pauli unconsciously comprehended “some grand cosmic order.” Arthur Miller wrote a book about their collaboration entitled, 137: Jung, Pauli, and the Pursuit of a Scientific Obsession.

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23. Also 1 + 2 is between 1 and 3, then 3 + 4 is between 3 and 7, therefore, 2 more added again is, 7 + 6 = 13.

7 being the exact middle of 13

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27. 137 came up in the Twyman article I linked to in the Kryon thread Aianawa started. Related to the origins of playing cards, chess, and the Templars, the dates were 1307 and 1377.

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29. I let the 137 mystery go, finally, some time ago, still ponder and wonder, knowing it arkeytypally dreamspell wise, was 137 = resonate Earth, sounded good enough for me lol.

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