1) π in the wink of an eye



Today, Oct 6th is the anniversary in the Jewish calendar for when God rested on the 7th day after His six days of Creation.

Today begins a series of simplified articles to describe how Pi (the ratio of the diameter to the circle) articulates redemption.

Pi underpins the vast numeric of the Bible and history itself. Pi is how God, through Christ, redeemed man in all its vast intricacy. It’s the behind-the-scenes structure and framework of both the Bible and the natural world.

Ten thousand books are insufficient to unravel this mystery. Hence, as simply as possible, just key points will now be explained. The rest will unfold like the Flower of Life.

First two branches of the Menorah of Pi

Below is the non-algebraic form of exactly the same equation.

The above formula represents just the first two branches of the full formula.

The first two branches are all that is needed for practical purposes, both in the Bible and in nature.

The formula of Pi (π), here shaped like one of two menorahs that complete the full formula to the 65th decimal of Pi. The base is arranged in the Biblical model of “A time, times, and half-a-time”. ( I.e, “A Year of 365”, “Two years of precession”, “Half-a-year” of Enoch’s 364 days)
Formula describes a sphere within a square
The formula describes a sphere (earth) within a square. Thus, although the Bible (and all ancient literature) describe the earth as some kind of domed cube, yet the Bible is not wrong, just our interpretation. Moreover, God redemptively cubes the sphere as seen later in the full formula

Let’s look at the first two branches of the Menorah again:

The first thing to notice is that it is made up of units to do with time. From the smallest Hebrew (and Babylonian) part of a day (1/25920th of a day; even the Rega), then hours, days, weeks, months, seasons, years.

Moreover, all four types of years are represented: 365, 364 (of
Enoch), 360, and 336 (a priestly year). The lunar year is also represented.

Furthermore, as shall be explained, represented are the Great Years of Precession, both as 25920 and 25800 years. Also, the principal of “A day is as 1000 years and 1000 years is as a day”, (2Peter3:8), and 1260 of Revelation 12:6.

And then there is my favorite, “the blink of an eye”.

I.e., 1/3rd of “2 parts÷week” creates a semi-circle that resembles a blinking eye in agreement with its actual length, which equals around a third of a second. God’s hidden humor. God’s wink of victory! The wink of resurrection.

In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed. (ICor 15:52)

All this, like a seed, is contained within just the first two branches of the Menorah of Pi that equals Pi, fittingly, to the 12 decimal, the same number of months in a year.

But let’s back up and start from the beginning, the very beginning!

In the beginning…

To be continued in the next post.

I want to enjoy unraveling this mystery with you and have thus decided to do this leisurely, in joy, not compulsion.

Next, we show that the first term of “22/7” resembles the “7” branches of the menorah with its “22” flowers.

We also show that the seven days of Creation are patterned after 22/7.

22/7 is unraveled as 3+3+1 (7th day of rest); plus one week until Tabernacles, plus another week for the week of Tabernacles, then plus the 8th and final day of Tabernacles, which is the 22nd day of the 1st month.

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