I’ve spoken about the divinity involved in one of God’s numbers; 108. I’d like to expand the significance of 108 by using the results seen before in the classical calculation based on the Fibonacci series of numbers.
I asked you earlier to pay attention to the “lines” composed by nines. The bottom row shows 8 nines and the column to the right shows 4 nines right before touching the row made up by alternating digits (639-639-639). We already saw that 12 x 9= 108 however, I want you to focus on an alternative calculation. I said that 9 was found 25 times within the first 216 decimals of π, so let’s do the math exchanging 9 with 25: 12 x 25= 300!