**THE OFFICIAL LIST OF DECIMALS:**

**THE OFFICIAL LIST OF DECIMALS:**

##### **The “Magic 216 decimals Tail of π”**

**The “Magic 216 decimals Tail of π”**

**ROOT : 3.14**

**ROOT : 3.14**

**159 265 358 979 323 846 264 338**

**159 265 358 979 323 846 264 338**

**327 950 288 419 716 939 937 510**

**327 950 288 419 716 939 937 510**

**582 097 494 459 230 781 640 628**

**582 097 494 459 230 781 640 628**

**620 899 862 803 482 534 211 706**

**620 899 862 803 482 534 211 706**

**798 214 808 651 328 230 664 709**

**798 214 808 651 328 230 664 709**

**384 460 955 058 223 172 535 940**

**384 460 955 058 223 172 535 940**

**812 848 111 745 028 410 270 193**

**812 848 111 745 028 410 270 193**

**852 110 555 964 462 294 895 493**

**852 110 555 964 462 294 895 493**

**038 196 442 881 097 566 593 344**

**038 196 442 881 097 566 593 344**

**I’ll show you another of my MAGIC ACTS, so get ready! The hand is faster than the eye… 🙂**

**I’ll show you another of my MAGIC ACTS, so get ready! The hand is faster than the eye… 🙂**

**I’ll sum the numbers between the decimal represented by number four…**

**I’ll sum the numbers between the decimal represented by number four…**

**16-3-12-19-1-9-16-4-11-14-5-18-5-5-4-19-4-3-8-14 = 190!**

**16-3-12-19-1-9-16-4-11-14-5-18-5-5-4-19-4-3-8-14 = 190!**

**Understood? Example: there were 16 decimals (the actual numbers are not relevant in this analysis) between the very first on the list (the red one) and the first four, and so on. I obtained 20 places with values other than zero. [when two or more fours were following each other it counts as zero]. **

**Understood? Example: there were 16 decimals (the actual numbers are not relevant in this analysis) between the very first on the list (the red one) and the first four, and so on. I obtained 20 places with values other than zero. [when two or more fours were following each other it counts as zero].**

**Let’s do exactly the same procedure with number one [1].. Remember…those two [14] are the only two decimals that belong to the Root of Pi.**

**Let’s do exactly the same procedure with number one [1].. Remember…those two [14] are the only two decimals that belong to the Root of Pi.**

**33-2-8-18-25-7-6-27-9-4-7-4-5-22-7 = 184!**

**33-2-8-18-25-7-6-27-9-4-7-4-5-22-7 = 184!**

**There were 15 [fifteen] places other than zero between each appearance of number one!**

**There were 15 [fifteen] places other than zero between each appearance of number one!**

**Let’s add up those results:**

**190 + 184 = 374! 3 + 7 + 4 = 14! and we know that 14 = [3] + [8] = 11!**

**190 + 184 = 374! 3 + 7 + 4 = 14! and we know that 14 = [3] + [8] = 11!**

To understand why 1=3 and 4=8 you’ve got to learn more of my research…so read the previous paper right here in my site…if you’re really interested in patterns, of course.

**Besides… 14 is the actual pair of decimals we were calculating and the ones that belong to Pi’s root, correct?**

**Besides… 14 is the actual pair of decimals we were calculating and the ones that belong to Pi’s root, correct?**

*Now…*

*Could you explain that?*

** I thought that the decimals of π were a random irrational chaotic “bunch of digits” with absolutely no serious message implied… did someone missed something here? 🙂**

**I thought that the decimals of π were a random irrational chaotic “bunch of digits” with absolutely no serious message implied… did someone missed something here? 🙂**

*The Wizard of Pi*** **