*Adding*** up all 75 decimals of π we obtain 151. A lucky number.**

**up all 75 decimals of π we obtain 151. A lucky number.**

*Watch! *

**(8) + (8) + (4) + (4) + (9) + (7) + (3) + (4) + (3) + ****(4) + (7) + (4) + (4) + (3) + (3)+ (8) + (8) (4) + ****(9) + (7) + (4) + (4) + (3) + (6) + (9) = 151 !!! [first 25th triads]**

*Those numbers you see up there are the corresponding “implied values” of each triad (3 decimals of π each) within the first 75 ones right after the decimal point. Example: π looks like this: 3.14 then 159 265 358 979… taking 159 = 1+5+9=15 and 15= 1+5= 6. We know that the “implied value” of 6 is 8! that’s why you see an 8 leading the first line beginning from left to right (in red). The next triad will be 265 = 2+6+5= 13 and 13=1+3=4 which also is 8…remember? 4 and 6 share the same “implied values” [8]. So! this is how I reached Alpha! not bad, right? 🙂*

*This Table up there may be familiar to some among you. It represents the actual operation of the Fibonacci series of numbers. As you can see, there is a long list of nines at the end and that means that after adding up 12 series with another 12 series (24 series) you always obtain 9 as the result. What most people involved in this discovery didn’t know was that nine (9) wasn’t what they were seeing but an 11 within those colored tiles. Take the one at the bottom, for example! you read, 2,4,6,8,1,3,5,7 = if you substitute those numbers by their implied values you get: 7,8,8,9,3,3,4. Adding them up you get…46. doing the same with the other two rows below (they are similar only in inverse order with respect to each other) you get 50 in each case. 50+50+46= 146 and 146 = 1+4+6= 11. If you count the times 9 is in each rectangle you get 12 nines and 9 x 12= 108! Those results sound familiar to you already because you’ve seen them in my calculations many times. *

**Adding up 11 (the result of reducing 146 =1+4+6=11) to 108 (the repetitive result obtained by summing two consecutive Fibonacci series of 12 numbers whose results are always 9) is… 108+11= 119! and 1+1+9=11! This result after, being properly interpreted on the basis of Numerology, only means that the 25th sequence (where my implied values of the decimals of π and the 12-numbers sequences get their final results of 11 and 9 respectively) are just the “implied equivalence” of the previous triads or sequences! If you wanted to express this results in an alternative form, you could assume 3.14 (the root) as the first TRIAD, and simply consider 24 triads in the final equivalence. Since 3.14 equals 11 just as 137 equals to the same result. Interesting, isn’t it? 🙂 How the Fibonacci’s sequences and therefore the “golden angle” find their link to Alpha and ultimately to π. (√).**

**Adding up 11 (the result of reducing 146 =1+4+6=11) to 108 (the repetitive result obtained by summing two consecutive Fibonacci series of 12 numbers whose results are always 9) is… 108+11= 119! and 1+1+9=11! This result after, being properly interpreted on the basis of Numerology, only means that the 25th sequence (where my implied values of the decimals of π and the 12-numbers sequences get their final results of 11 and 9 respectively) are just the “implied equivalence” of the previous triads or sequences! If you wanted to express this results in an alternative form, you could assume 3.14 (the root) as the first TRIAD, and simply consider 24 triads in the final equivalence. Since 3.14 equals 11 just as 137 equals to the same result. Interesting, isn’t it? 🙂 How the Fibonacci’s sequences and therefore the “golden angle” find their link to Alpha and ultimately to π. (√).**

**(Quoted from Wikipedia in relation to number 151)**

**(Quoted from Wikipedia in relation to number 151)**

**“In number theory, a lucky number is a natural number in a set which is generated by a certain “sieve”. This sieve is similar to the Sieve of Eratosthenes that generates the primes, but it eliminates numbers based on their position in the remaining set, instead of their value (or position in the initial set of natural numbers).**

###### Begin with a list of integers starting with **1:123456789101112131415161718192021222324 25** Every second number (all even numbers) in the remaining list is eliminated, leaving only the odd integers:**1357911131517192123 25** The second term in this sequence is 3. Starting with 5, every third number which remains in the list is eliminated: **137 913151921 25** The next surviving number is now 7. Every seventh remaining number is eliminated, starting with **19:137 913152″ [end of Quote]**

##### I see a **913162** right after 137… Do you too? Well… The sum of those numbers happened to be 21 ” Forever 21″ (my daughter’s favorite clothing store in Miami) 🙂 Anyway! 21 is the ‘implied value”of 1 and 3 and 21 is also the product of 7 x 3

**913162**

##### “Three dice giving 216 possibilities to repeat one number-combination” like… Mumm! A proton made of three quarks… Does any Bell is ringing now to you? Or maybe you don’t wish to hear it!

*Try to use your brain for a split second: Do you really believe that the UNIVERSE had a “choice” other than “allow” for a three-quarks proton? Do you really accept the idea that space is somehow by an act of MAGIC “made by a multidimensional configuration” or perhaps…just perhaps there is a universal REASON for that to actually happen! Come on! You have a mind not a brick up there! Is it so ALIEN for you the idea that everything we take for granted is happening within the confinement of space-energy interactions, all “ruled” under the designs of the 216 decimals of π? Is it?*

##### and… 21=[(25)+(21)]= 46 or 4+6=10 our numbers total characters, so it’s 19 (1+9)=10!

**I don’t know you, but I see 137, I see the 25th triad, the Seven connection, all pretty well described there… Or is it just me?**

**I love numerology, I love π and I love God!**

**I love numerology, I love π and I love God!**

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