The Light of Leo
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The first occurrence of the prime 223 begins at the 135th decimal place.
135 corresponds to Sun (135)
In non-leap years the 223rd day of the year is always August 11th.
That's the day the Sun rises over Lake Michigan - here in Chicago - beginning at 554 am.
The 554th minute of each new day is 9:14 am which corresponds to I (9) Am (14). After the first minute of the sunrise we arrive at 5:55 am which corresponds to NEW (555).
5:55 am is the advent of the Leo (356th) minute of the day.
The full disc of the Sun is visible over Lake Michigan's eastern horizon by 5:56 am which is the conclusion of the Leo (356th) minute of the new day.
Every year August 11th is always 135 (Sun) days from 12/24 Christmas Eve which is the day the Sun begins it's ascent in the northern hemisphere. The first full degree of it's northern ascent is reached on 12/25 Christmas Day.
Here's another pretty powerful correspondence:
In leap years the Sun (135th) Day is always 5/14 - May 14th - which is ALWAYS 89 "Prime of Leo (356)" days from August 11th.
Leo (356) = 89 prime X 4
Digging a little deeper...
5/14 (514) factors into 257 prime X 2
In non-leap years the 257th day of the year is always 9/14 (914) which corresponds to the great I (9) Am (14) = 23 prime
Also 914 = 457 prime X 2 - 457 is the 89th prime number.
Coming full circle ....remember from a previous post that 9:14 am is the 554th minute of the day and
that 5:54 am is when the Sun rises over Lake Michigan here in Chicago on August 11th
I've mentioned this many times before but August 11th is the Divine Birth of our Lord God Jesus Christ in 6 BC - the mathematical proof of this is outlined and explained in Dean Fagerstrom's 1400+ "The Book of Anglion."