## 3) Pi in Creation and Jewish feasts

Part One of π Part Two of π This is Part Three Pi is often simplified to just 22/7 and is unusually accurate for such a small fraction. Why has God arranged pi so? It’s because 22/7 explains the timing of all the Jewish feasts. The above formula has a “week” for its denominator. It’s … Read more

## Hurricane Lorenzo, Christ’s crown & Pi

Hurricane Lorenzo means,  “The one who wears a laurel wreath“ ITS STRENGTH AND SIZE: 5 ASTOUNDING FACTS ABOUT LORENZO Lorenzo is the largest recorded storm to have made it so far east in the north Atlantic The wind field is approximately five times the size of an average hurricane, with hurricane force winds that reach 250 km out … Read more

## Hurricane Dorian, the Eye of Pi & Sun/Moon

And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring, (Luke 21:25) Three great signs on the same day. Why? What displays the circle (Pi) in the heavens better than the circle of the … Read more

## Rod of Pi π (Update)

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 … Read more

## Enoch’s Rod of π is the Revelation of Jesus

Posts in this series about Enoch Timeline from Creation (This represents my earliest work on Pi. While accurate, the final formula is explained at this link.) First, the Simplified Version Pi is 3.141592653589793238… 22 /7 – (42 + (2P)/7) /(Y*y), where Y -> 365/2, y -> 182, P -> 1/25920Result 3.1415926535895 Details to the above and … Read more