Here is the method that Scott uses to derive the relationship. Draw by color.

“Start by drawing red square, orange diagonals, green arc, yellow line, cyan and blue arcs, magenta line, black x. Then draw moon circle and earth circle from convergence of orange diagonals and black x intersection. These circles are in exact 3:11 ratio. The Moon:Earth proportion is 3:11 (99.97%).”

]]>The ego is necessary and always a part of us, we just have work on not allowing it to “Drive” (another great Incubus song!) us around!!! And at the macro level, it is ego with a capital E! But since it bubbles up from the micro, control of ego must start within the individual, to the group and then the macro.

Sans Peur!

We all have a weakness

But some of ours are easy to identify.

Look me in the eye

And ask for forgiveness;

We’ll make a pact to never speak that word again

Yes you are my friend.

We all have something that digs at us,

At least we dig each other

So when weakness turns my ego up

I know you’ll count on the me from yesterday

If I turn into another

Dig me up from under what is covering

The better part of me

Sing this song

Remind me that we’ll always have each other

When everything else is gone.

We all have a sickness

That cleverly attaches and multiplies

No matter how we try.

We all have someone that digs at us,

At least we dig each other

So when sickness turns my ego up

I know you’ll act as a clever medicine.

If I turn into another

Dig me up from under what is covering

The better part of me.

Sing this song!

Remind me that we’ll always have each other

When everything else is gone.

Oh each other….

When everything

Else is gone.

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The difference between reading and watching Tv… pic.twitter.com/sRxp782nVZ

— Incredible Pics (@IncredibleViews) March 23, 2014

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This is the c# function source code that I created for using the cipher. Apply as you want!

private int PIEnglishLanguage_Cipher(string WordIn)

{

int wordsum = 0;

// Declare and set array element values

int[] valuelist = new int[] { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 };

char[] letterlist1 = new char[] {‘A’,’B’,’C’,’D’,’E’,’F’,’G’,’H’,’I’,’J’,’K’,’L’,’M’};

char[] letterlist2 = new char[] {‘N’,’O’,’P’,’Q’,’R’,’S’,’T’,’U’,’V’,’W’,’X’,’Y’,’Z’};

int i = WordIn.Length;

string SumText = “”;

char[] wordin = WordIn.ToUpper().ToCharArray();

for (int x = 0; x <= i-1; x++)

{

for (int y = 0; y <= 12; y++)

{

char comp1 = letterlist1[y];

char comp2 = letterlist2[y];

if (comp1 == wordin[x] || comp2 == wordin[x])

{

wordsum = wordsum + valuelist[y];

SumText = SumText + valuelist[y].ToString() + “+”;

}

}

}

return wordsum;

}

Enjoy

]]>The relationship of number to the Bible and other holy texts cannot be ignored. It is truth encoded in number, hidden by perception.

If you feel you are ready, jump in anyone of Marty’s videos, but this one will get you started.

Beware, its deep, may initially make you feel like it is stupid, but when you start digging deeper, you will find meaning.

you are a creator… you are the creator!

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“Is it possible to know the radius of the earth and moon from a 345 triangle?”

How many times have you wanted to stump your teacher? Now you can do this with a simple 345 triangle.

Show them how from the previous post here. When completed, if they mention that the numbers are not exact, ask them what kind of grade you would receive if your average was 99.97%. If they say it is coincidence, then it is their choice to believe that, but you can always dig deeper.

Teachers/Parents: If you have been queried by curious thinking students with the above questions, ask yourself, why you were not taught this information. Ask how something so simple, can integrate so many subjects (algebra, geometry, history, geography, biology etc.. the best way to teach) has been left out of ALL educational materials.

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You can do this on a single sheet of graph paper to get a basic drawing, if you go bigger, it is easier to be more accurate.

Tools needed: Graph paper, compass, ruler. If you are in a class room just use a ruler and free hand the circles. You will be creating the logo of this site!

- Draw a 345 triangle it the upper left hand side, with the 3 side vertical, and the 4 side horizontal the hypotenuse is 5. Thanks Pythagoras! A^2 + b^2 = c^2 : 3^2 + 4^2 = 5^2 : 9 + 16 = 25!
- Create a square using the 3 unit length side of the triangle.
- Mirror the 345 triangle on the other side of the square.
- The total length of the 2 triangles and the square bottom lines combined is 11. Complete a 11 x 11 square below the 2 triangles and 3×3 square.
- Create a circle in the smaller 3×3 square, by drawing lines from each corner to the opposite corner. The point where they cross is the center of the square. Make a circle using the compass, so the radius is from the center to the edge of the square. The edge of the circle should touch the square at the top, right, bottom and left.
- Repeat number 5, for the large 11 x 11 square. ( you have just drawn 2 circles that demonstrate the proper proportion of the earth to the moon)
- Every circle has 360 degrees. Multiply 360 x 3 = 1080 Radius of the moon in miles= 1079.6, 1079.6/1080 = 99.96%

Multiply 360 x 11 = 3960 radius of earth in miles = 3956.6 , 3956.6/3960 = 99.91% accurate.

Extra credit! The great Giza Pyramid:

- Draw a horizontal line through the center point of the large earth circle connecting to each side of the square. (should be where the circle touches the square on the left and right)
- Draw a line from the point on the side of the square to the center point of the moon.
- Repeat 2 for the other side.
- You have just drawn an accurate representation of the side of the Giza pyramid in Egypt. Not that the angles of the bottom sides are close to 51 degrees.

Extra credit! Circle and square with same perimeters:

- Draw a circle with the same perimeter as the 11 x 11 square. This measurement is difficult to calculate but easy to create using the 345 method.
- Put the anchor of your compass in the center of the earth circle, extend the pen to the center of the moon circle, rotate 360 degrees.
- Because pi is a not an integer (transcendental), the accuracy is not exact but within 99%.

Have fun with this. School your teachers! Here are some links from where I learned this. Dig Deeper and question your educators!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajlPpGjXEZM#t=1m4s

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rope_stretchers

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