2) Pi is the Pattern of the Trinity

Part two is on how Pi (ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter) lies at the root of all Biblical patterns, including time and matter itself.

Please begin at Part One!

Accurate to Pi to the 12th decimal.
Below is the exact same formula in algebraic form.

In the beginning…

Notice the three half-circles created by the outer branches, each with seven almond blossoms. The almond tree is the first to bud. It begins the circle/cycle of the year for trees.

The first term of “22/7” resembles the “7” branches of the menorah with its “22” flowers. 22/7 is accurate for Pi to almost the third decimal.

We can also show that the seven days of Creation are patterned after 22/7. But before we proceed, below is a recommended short video from a source unrelated to this site. The first minute is especially relevant.


Pi and the seven days of Creation and Tabernacles

Pi as 22/7 unravels as the seven days of creation, plus one week until Tabernacles, plus another week of Tabernacles, then the 8th day of Tabernacles, the 22nd of the month.

This 8th day (22nd of Tishri) represents the New Creation. Therefore we literally come full circle — as do the scriptures, beginning in Genesis and ending in Revelation.

Pi and the seven days of Creation

Creation structured after His Triune nature
Pi begins as (7+7+7)÷7 = 3÷1

Pi is initially represented by the ratio of 3:1. This ratio is descriptive of God, who is at once Three and One.

The circumference of three is fundamentally related to its diameter of one, as evidenced by its continued fractions and the Bible (IKings 7:23-30).

Below is God’s triune geometric symbol that describes Himself — a triangle within a circle — produced by Pi.

Trinity is a symbol of the unity of God. God is both One and Three. The triangle’s three sides and the circle’s circumference equal three. It can also be expressed as a ratio of three weeks to one week, which you must do before increasing its accuracy to actual Pi. Seven (a week) is the number of perfection.
The Trinity symbol of PERFECT unity, here expressed in weeks. (A week, “7“, is the number of perfection). Notice that the seven is here divided in half — as is common in the Bible.

The next step relates to the incarnation of Christ at His miraculous birth. Jesus is both fully God and fully Man.

This is expressed by the 1/7th that must be added to make 22/7. This “1/7th” symbolizes “a new Creation,” the 8th day of Tabernacles. This is the same day when Jesus cried out and said:

He that believeth on me…from within him shall flow rivers of living water…

I am the light of the world, (John 7:37,38; 8:12)

Here the 1/7th is added to the circumference. Pi as 22/7 is joined with the previous 21/7 to form a ring. Therefore, the triangle’s corresponding perimeter is three weeks, but doubled as in a mirror to make six weeks and forms the Star of David. Compare this to the previous example.

Notice that now the circle’s diameter is also ≈seven (3½+3½).

Also, note that the first branch of the menorah reads 6 weeks + 2/w(ignoring ‘p’ for now), which is double the opening “3 weeks + 1/w“. This is another indication that the triangle is meant to be doubled. (Note: doubling the circle has no visible effect because its center is a zero.)

Creation and everything in the Bible is the product of the above geometry

The above three geometric images are miraculously encoded in Pi, and their structure is further expanded. It is hidden as a code within Pi’s 37th to 65th decimals and creates the below shapes (and more).

But before we come to that, next in Part Three, we examine Pi within the first seven days of Creation and the Feast of Tabernacles.

This geometrical shape is hidden within the digits of Pi as a code, as are the below configurations.

Also, see “The Sign of Hurricane Lorenzo.”

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