“216 the multiplicative magic square revealed: 146!”

This is where everything started:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_oul-l3ZlxbaTl4aUJTcGphdFE/view?usp=sharing

 108+108=216! Eureka!

I found 108 twice inside that Table you see at the bottom. The first 108 was calculated from adding up the numbers within each quadrant (rectangle) without summing the 3 and the 6. Three rows adding up to 27 (3 x 27=81) and adding up 3+3+6=12 and 6+6+3= 15 where 12+15=27 so 4 x 27=108!
The second 108 was found by adding up 12 nines located at the bottom and right side of each quadrant: 12 x 9= 108 So! 108+108=216!

Watch this!!! 216 = [(7)+(3)+(9)=19! then, after implying 19=[(21)+(25)]=46= 10!

108+108=216 then 108=[(3)+(2)+(9)= 14 x 2= 28 therefore 28=2+8=10! 137=[(3)+(3)+(4)=10!

which means that 216 = Alpha = 137! [Those “implied numbers” were not the product of a personal fantasy of mine or a delusional state of my mind! those values I just substituted those important numbers were obtained from π’s decimals! You have a problem with that? !!! Take it to “HIM” (π) not me! 🙂

Amazing!!! I just “connected” by pure chance the Golden angle, the Fibonacci numbers and Alpha (137) with the help of “Implied Numerology”!!!

The ” Key Number” was 146! I’ve already calculated 146 as an early result of adding up the “intrinsic values” of the first 75 decimals of π (without any sort of ‘implications’ of any kind). I simply used a method known for centuries where 146 (for example) = 1+4+6=11…the old fashion way. 🙂 but the MIRACLE occurred the moment I implied the numbers within the rectangle made by 3 rows in the Table that I showed you down there with a bunch of nines in the right and bottom lines. After implying all those numbers I got 146! I’d remind you that I didn’t configured or came up with the Table’s lay out. Those numbers were calculated by summing two consecutive sequences composed of 12 numbers (each) resulting in all nine results and it repeats for ever!. (quoted from an earlier article of mine).
\begin{pmatrix} 2 & 9 & 12\\ 36 & 6 & 1\\ 3 & 4 & 18 \end{pmatrix}

2      9      12

36      6      1                            

3      4      18

That above was the representation offered by Wikipedia of how the “Multiplicative Magic Square” of the sacred number 216 looked like. In my previous article I multiplied those numbers inside the “Magic Square” obtaining a fairly long figure but that figure will be helpful in ways you cannot imagine yet! Let’s reproduce the original calculation:

2 x 9 x 12 x 36 x 6 x 1 x 3 x 4 x 18 = 10, 077, 696. Let’s calculate its “implied value” using the complete “implied values” for each number involved: 

10 077 696 = [(21)+(20)+(20)+(13)+(13)+(18)+(25)+(18)] = 148 !

Implying 148 = [3]+[8}]+[9] = 20!

10 077 696 = [3]+[2]+[2]+[4]+[4]+[9]+[7]+[9]= 40! Implying 40 = [8]+[2] = 10!

216 = [7] + [3] + [9] = 19 = 1 + 9 = 10!

Checked!

 

The Wizard of π

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