Slide 1/10 @hermesthealchemist
Are words or letters the root of a great design set in the stone, land and the cosmos from which numbers connect dots ?
Gematria is the cryptographic significance of words, revealing their hidden meaning. It was employed by the Greeks and the Hebrews and is actually quite simple. The characters of both the Greek and Hebrew alphabets were given numerical equivalents; thus, any word, name or phrase had a corresponding number. (It should be noted that in gematria, zeroes at the end of a number and decimal points are disregarded.) Slide 3/10 : The Encyclopedia Britannica lists the mean distance that light travels from the sun to each of the nine planets in our solar system as follows (dropping all the zeroes). Sum/Pi ~ 3168 (Lord Jesus Christ in Greek). In the original Hebrew version of the Bible, Genesis starts with the word, Bereshit meaning ‘at first’ or ‘in principle’. It has been translated in modern versions of the Bible into ‘in the beginning’. Slide 8/10: A book called “ Language, Thought, and Reality: Selected Writings of Benjamin Lee Whorf” supports the work of Fabre d’Olivet who wrote “La langue hébraïque restituée (The Hebrew language restored). 913=λογωι = At first in principle = The word = Bereshit = Logos
Slide 9/ 10: The Golden Section: Nature's Greatest Secret By Scott Olsen
Is the the Logos the golden section ?
At first in principle the Logos/Word was with God, “the Word is the principle, the golden section, the snowflake pattern?” Logos is the Greek term translated as “word,” “speech,” “principle,” or “thought.” In Greek philosophy, it also referred to a universal, divine reason or the mind of God.
Logos = λογος = 373 (modern text)
Slide 10/10 : The third snowflake pattern made out of 7 stars of David 37 dots and 6 hexagrams of 19 dots (green) results in 373. A powerful combination with 3 and 7.
People are becoming increasingly aware of the advantages of using Bitcoin. Now, developer Sylvain Saurel identifies several compelling reasons for preferring Bitcoin over conventional currencies.
The combination of an obsolete banking system and a three-thousand-year-old fiat monetary system is becoming incompatible with the new borderless, decentralized, and fast-moving digital economic model.
As a result, a growing number of industry experts agree that BTC is better than cash. For example, in December 2017, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates explicitly said, “Bitcoin is better than currency.” Saurel now puts forward several reasons why Bitcoin is better than cash. These reasons are summarized below.
BTC helps users to satisfy their desire for hiding their wealth. According to Saurel, BTC could play the role of Swiss banks. Until January 2017, Swiss bank secrecy allowed rich people from all over the world to hide wealth. But now Swiss banks must share data in compliance with global standards on taxation.
The leading cryptocurrency can also help millions of adults who do not have access to bank services around the world. Indeed, over two billion people remain without bank accounts, according to a World Bank report published in April 2015.
Central banks control fiat money. In contrast, Bitcoin is decentralized and under the control of no authority. Saurel remarks, Again, this is a major advantage because no authority will be able to arbitrarily prohibit you from carrying out a transaction in Bitcoin.
Another plus is its ability to perform easy and anonymous online transactions. Although these transactions are registered on the blockchain, Saurel argues, only your wallet address is listed.
If you do not tell anyone that these addresses belong to you, no one will know what you have done with your Bitcoins.
Conversely, online cash payments are not private. Banks control online payments and know about all your purchases.
Unlike with conventional cash, once a BTC payment is made, it is irreversible. Therefore, merchants can reduce their risks by avoiding customers who cancel their purchases.