The equation is arranged as “A time, times, and a half-time” (“d, G, g, y”), Dan 9:27, 12:7, Rev 12:14. The two largest numbers (“G” and “g”) refer to One Year of Precession, but also, reversely, to the smallest part of a day. The “182” is half an Enochian year of 364 days
The Rod of π (Pi)
Accurate to the diameter of π to the 25th decimal, the formula incorporates all biblical timeframes and is the frame upon which all events occur — especially Biblical history.
The following was written before the above formula (completed by Sept 8, 2019) had fully been worked out. It is still accurate, just not complete. If nothing else it shows the development in my thinking.
The below formula is true to Pi π by an astonishing 1/1,000,000,000,000,000,000
This is nearly 1000 times more accurate than what NASA uses for all its space endeavors. Yet it unfolds Enoch’s calendar (and all calendars) and is the numerical sum of much that is found in nature and the Bible.
25920 and 25800 years are the “Great Year“, that is,Precession of the Equinox. And as the 1/25920th partof a day (and thus 1/25800th, too), it is the smallest unit according to Babylonian and Rabinnic reckoning (= 3.33… seconds)
The Logical Next Step Towards true Pi
Increases accuracy several decimals to about 7/1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000.
While the addition of “1/12^6t-P” to the formula works well, it does not increase accuracy towards Pi as dramatically as the simpler formula.
The rod of God is One. Revelation11:1-14 (and 12:6, 14) measures time as “1260 days”, or “42months”, or 2/7 (“3.5 years”), or as “a time” (365), “times” (364 + 360), “and the dividing of time” (180 or apart thereof, i.,e 1/25920 or 1/25800). All this, in turn, is based upon Daniel’s 70 x 7, and Enoch’s 70 x 70. Compare the red to the formula.
Main Formula, accurate to Pi to the 20th decimal ( = 3.141592653589793238456 — 10,000 times more accurate than what NASA uses for all its space explorations. To verify, copy: (11/14y – (42 + 2/7P – 1/70^2p + 1/(12^6*t)P)/Y)/(y/4) where Y=365, y=364, t=360, P=1/25920, p=1/25800) , and paste here. The “y/4” at bottom of formula divides Enoch’s solar year into its four seasons (364/4=91 days)
Therefore, this addition to the formula is an extremely flexible choice. It is, therefore, the logical further division of the smallest part of a day, (3.333… seconds; i.e., 1/25920th of a day). Moreover, “t = 360” can represent exactly one degree of the circle (π), as well as to units of measurement of time and space.
Therefore, the various orbital lengths of the earth and moon in relation to the sun and other stars appear related to Pi, as well as the other planets in our solar system due to orbital resonance, with earth, apparently the fulcrum.
Derivatives of above formula
The formula multiplied by 1 season of Enoch (91)
The continual fractions best display the connection of Pi to the Rod of Enoch (and his calendar)
I will elaborate later on how the rationalization of π using continual fractions unravels the above formula in stunning stages.
Example, take the sixth fraction of 104348/33215. This means that the perimeter is 33215*4, which is 364*365. This is just one example.
Fractions: Approximate fractions include (in order of increasing accuracy)