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    Yeah. When I saw your link to this and I saw the 137, I almost posted it here.

    But of course, you already knew about it and had already linked to it.

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    Quote Originally posted by Aianawa View Post
    A nice mystery indeed > http://www.fotuva.org/online/framelo...online/137.htm

    There is a big picture here I feel, 137 that is, another piece > http://thehereticmagazine.com/the-sator-square/
    That's a tough one to crack, Aianawa...to come up with a credible response is going to require some research, perhaps a book or two. Busy this evening but I'm accepting the challenge...

    Initial thoughts are that trying to solve a mystery like this might drive one mad.

    The guy that cracked Fermat's Last Theorem spent years in his room working on it. And when interviewed later about his accomplishment unabashedly cried like a baby ... no sheeiiittt!


    This is the best thing I've seen since the Higg's Boson...
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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    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.
    I can 'conjecture' on this one immediately... lol, yeah that's a joke but anyway.

    Forget 6 and 9...Understand the number 3 and you're there...
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    1 3 7
    3 9 21
    9 27 63
    27 81 189
    81 243 567
    243 729 1701
    729 2187 5103
    2187 6561 15309
    6561 19183 45927
    19183 57549 137781

    To think people have spent many decades muttering and scribbling numbers down, looking for patterns.
    I guess it could be quite addictive when you don't know about the internet.

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    See your last number 137781 can be , 137 and 7x7=49=13 plus 9x9 nine being completion and in this case by itself 9 = 81 = 9.

    From memory, the fellow most into this last century actually died in a hotel, room number yip 137



    Quote Originally posted by NotAPretender View Post
    That's a tough one to crack, Aianawa...to come up with a credible response is going to require some research, perhaps a book or two. Busy this evening but I'm accepting the challenge...

    Initial thoughts are that trying to solve a mystery like this might drive one mad.

    The guy that cracked Fermat's Last Theorem spent years in his room working on it. And when interviewed later about his accomplishment unabashedly cried like a baby ... no sheeiiittt!


    This is the best thing I've seen since the Higg's Boson...

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    Quote Originally posted by Aianawa View Post
    See your last number 137781 can be , 137 and 7x7=49=13 plus 9x9 nine being completion and in this case by itself 9 = 81 = 9.

    From memory, the fellow most into this last century actually died in a hotel, room number yip 137
    If you're referring to Nikola Tesla, then I'm going to have to correct you, because the hotel room he lived in until his death was room 3327.

    He demanded that all rooms he'd stay in would have a number divisible by 3. 137 is a prime number, so that would never have worked for him.
    = DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR =

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    Sure it was not Tesla, will look into memory banks.

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    Here's some of what Twyman wrote about magic squares.

    That the chessboard is a beautifully complex matrix of interacting elements has not escaped the notice of mathematicians throughout the centuries. Scores of books have been written about the numerous “magic squares” that can be created on an 8 x 8 chessboard. Magic squares are matrices filled with numbers, in which all of the rows and columns add up to the same sum. They can also be made out of the letters of any alphabet, or in fact any set of symbols that one would want to use. People have discovered thousands of magic squares that can be placed on the chessboard, creating all sort of amazing numerical patterns, which can then be transformed into colors, pictures, or musical notes. You can even make magic squares on the chessboard using the I-Ching hexagrams, the geomancy patterns, the 32 Hebrew “paths,” and the DNA codons. Magic squares are considered genuinely magical in the occult, believed to represent planetary intelligences, and were thought to bring wealth or cure diseases in medieval times. For instance, many occult novices are familiar with the so-called “Templar magic square,” which is actually as old as civilization. In Latin, the letters read:

    SATOR
    AREPO
    TENET
    OPERA
    ROTAS
    Interestingly, the magic square attributed to the intelligence of Mercury is an 8 x 8 matrix.
    But by far the most famous 8 x 8 magical squares are those associated with the Knight’s Tour. This is the name of a puzzle of interest to both chess players and mathematicians alike. The aim is for the knight to visit each and every square on the chessboard once, and only once, using the L-shaped knight’s move. There are thousands of solutions on the 8 x 8 chessboard. Knight’s Tours can also be displayed on a number of other platforms, including larger or smaller boards, and even three-dimensional objects like cubes, tubes, and cylinders. (There are tours for rooks and kings as well, yielding different results.) They are classified as either “open” or “re-entrant,” depending on whether or not the knight ends up on the same square from which it started. (The re-entrant tours are considered the most “elegant.”) Numerous magic squares (as well as cubes and cylinders) can be created by numbering the squares that the knight visits in chronological order to create an array. Drawing lines to connect these squares in order can create beautiful web-like patterns. One, discovered by Edward Falkber, yields a pattern at its center resembling a stylized swastika. And many of the most fascinating Knight’s Tour magic squares (including “supermagical” squares that form magical multiplication tables as well) yield sums that are always multiples of thirteen, the most famous of which is a supermagical square discovered by Benjamin Franklin.

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    "Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the object of your anger to die” ~ Anon
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    Here's one for normal people ...

    http://www.coolmath-games.com/0-bloxorz
    "We are one thought away from changing the world!"

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    7 out of 5 people are math challenged...
    "Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the object of your anger to die” ~ Anon
    "When you come to a fork in the road, take it." ~Yogi Berra
    "You can observe a lot by just watching." ~Yogi Berra
    “When I die, I want to die like my grandfather who died peacefully in his sleep. Not screaming like all the passengers in his car.” ~Will Rogers
    "If life gives you melons...you might be dyslexic" ~ Aixelsyd Dnarber

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    Gee that made me chuckle lol,

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    Three out of one people are a trinity.

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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    Three out of one people are a trinity.
    So saith the Creator and the Cosmos - Aragornese
    "We are one thought away from changing the world!"

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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    Three out of one people are a trinity.
    I like this!
    "Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the object of your anger to die” ~ Anon
    "When you come to a fork in the road, take it." ~Yogi Berra
    "You can observe a lot by just watching." ~Yogi Berra
    “When I die, I want to die like my grandfather who died peacefully in his sleep. Not screaming like all the passengers in his car.” ~Will Rogers
    "If life gives you melons...you might be dyslexic" ~ Aixelsyd Dnarber

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