Saturday, January 21, 2012

We Are One

Go to 6:55 min in this video and observe what happens....

Here's a simple example of the pervasive power and order of numerical correspondences that manifest in our world. The creator of this video was no doubt aware that he/she was doing this, but at the 6:55 min/sec mark there's the image of our solar system with our cental sun in the middle. EXACTLY ONE (1) second later the faint image of the phrase "We Are One" appears out of the lights of the stars and planets.

655 corresponds to the english word ONE (655) = 131 prime x 5

We (55) Are (195) One (655) = 905 = 181 prime x 5

The end of the 814th cycle of 905 "We Are One" day cycle fell on 7/17/11 which was 188 days prior to today.

905 - 188 = 717 which mirrors the 7/17 (717) mo/day date above.

The end of the 1125th cycle of 655 (ONE) days will fall 17 days from today which will be 2/07 - Dean Fagerstrom's 80th birthday.

These cycles all connect back to August 11th in 6 BC which was the Divine Birthdate of our Lord God Jesus Christ. Every day brings another Universal Numerical Date (UND). The UND for today is 736858 which is factored as follows:

736858 = 19391 prime x 38

19391 reads the same from left to right and from right to left. The non-prime number 939 is surrounded by two ONE (1)'s. 939 factors into 313 prime x 3 which is the prime of this phrase, "The Name of God" as follows:

The (285) Name (5145) of (66) God (764) = 6260 = 313 prime x 20

6260 "The Name of God" days prior to today, 20120121, brings us to the 12/01 mo/day in the year 1994. 12/01 is always 23 "I (9) Am (14)" prime + 89 "Prime of Leo (356)" days from August 11th, the Divine Birthdate.

6260 "The Name of God" days from today, 20120121, brings us to the 3/12 mo/day in the year 2029. In non-leap years the 312th day of the year is always the 11/08 (1108) mo/day which is always 89 "Prime of Leo (356)" days from August 11th, the Divine Birthdate. Also, 1108 factors into 277 prime x 4 which is the prime of Divine (494955) Love (3645) = 498600 = 277 prime x 1800, etc.

Here are the screen shots @ 6:55 min, 6:56 min and 6:57 min:

We (55) Are (195) One (655) = 905 prime = 181 prime x 5

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