Explain this to me …if you can!

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THE OFFICIAL LIST OF DECIMALS:

 The “Magic 216 decimals Tail of π”

ROOT : 3.14

159 265 358 979 323 846 264 338

327 950 288 419 716 939 937 510

582 097 494 459 230 781 640 628

620 899 862 803 482 534 211 706

798 214 808 651 328 230 664 709

384 460 955 058 223 172 535 940

812 848 111 745 028 410 270 193

852 110 555 964 462 294 895 493

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 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!

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.

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!

Let’s add up those results:

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?

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? 🙂

 

The Wizard of Pi 
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