**“The Circle of our Destiny” [the loop of reality]**

**This is Pi**

** Simply put: 3.14 **

**I’ll operate on those two decimals you see in Pi’s root [14]. If this is the first time you click in my page, I assume that you’re unaware of my work and you are here by chance. In that case there isn’t much I could do since I won’t repeat everything I found about Pi once again, sorry! But for those who have followed me before and know the concept of implying a value (number) to each of our ten basic integer numbers based on the 216 decimal tail of pi, this will entertaining at least:**

**I’ll substitute those two decimals from the root 1 and 4 by a quick simple sum…watch!**

**1 + 4 = 5! Simple isn’t it?**

**Oh! but I found out that the ‘implied value’ of 5 was 4 [because 5 was found 22 times within the “magic tail” of Pi, correct? Let’s substitute number 5 by its implied value:**

**5 = 22 This was simple as well. **

**Four is also the number of letters YHWH known as the Tetragramaton. Which makes numbers 5 and 7 very close to Its meanings.**

**Four is also the number of letters YHWH known as the Tetragramaton. Which makes numbers 5 and 7 very close to Its meanings.**

**Now it comes Magic once again… I’ll substitute once again each number 2 by its own implied value: since the implied value of 2 was 7 [because 2 was found 25 times within the “magic tail of Pi”… **

**22 = 77 and what do we find out? **

**Well, 7 + 7 = 14! So it’s telling me that we got back our root once again, but that’s not all!**

**I want you to follow me once more time into the “magic tail” to find out what the number 77 means:**

**As you can see below I brought back the first 77 decimals of Pi from the original 216. I had already added up for you according to the configuration of the 72 Names of God used to represent it [8 columns and 9 rows made by triads].**

**Let’s take a quick look at those results…**

**159 265 358 979 323 846 264 338 = 121**

**327 950 288 419 716 939 937 510 = 118**

**582 097 494 459 230 781 640 628 = 113**

**620 89 = 25**

**Adding up 121+118+113+25 = 3 77!**

**7 + 7 = 14 So…**

**3. 14**

**Before I conclude this quick numerology proof of the usefulness of implied numerology (my theory) I do have an interesting calculation for you:**

**Before I conclude this quick numerology proof of the usefulness of implied numerology (my theory) I do have an interesting calculation for you:**

#### Let’s add up 121, 118, 133 and 25 [the subtotals up there]

**121 = 1+2+1= 4 **

**118 = 1+1+8= 10**

**113 = 1+1+3= 5**

**25 = 2+5= 7 **

**Now, let’s add up all of them…**

**4+10+5+7= 26!**

**That’s the number represented by Gematria and the same one God gave to Moses in Exodus. I want you to understand that in order to obtain 26 from the partial sum of the 77 decimals of Pi I needed to organize those numbers (decimals) according to the Table of the 72 Names of God…otherwise it wouldn’t happened!**

**That’s the number represented by Gematria and the same one God gave to Moses in Exodus. I want you to understand that in order to obtain 26 from the partial sum of the 77 decimals of Pi I needed to organize those numbers (decimals) according to the Table of the 72 Names of God…otherwise it wouldn’t happened!**

*“In the Islamic tradition, “77” figures prominently. Muhammad is reported to have explained, “Faith has sixty-odd, or seventy-odd branches, the highest and best of which is to declare that there is no god but God, and the lowest of which is to remove something harmful from a road. Shyness, too, is a branch of faith.” While some scholars refrain from clarifying “sixty-odd or seventy-odd”, various numbers have been suggested, 77 being the most common. Some have gone so far as to delineate these branches.*

*The Gospel of Luke lists 77 generations from Adam to Jesus.*

*In religious numerology*

*In certain numerological systems based on the English alphabet, the number 77 is associated with Jesus Christ. CHRIST is C = 3, H = 8, R = 18, I = 9, S = 19, T = 20, which added together equal 77.” [quoted from Wikipedia]*

**The Wizard of Pi**

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