Friday, February 12, 2016

33 137 | Einstein's quote on 'Gravity', "the happiest thought of my life"


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_gravitational_theory


Now you know why the keep a seemingly meaningless quote such as "the happiest thought of my life" in regards to gravity.  Remember, 137 is the 33rd prime and Einstein was brought from Germany to the United States in '33, the same time the Nazis (33) were taking power, and when the end of Prohibition was underway in the United States.

In addition to coming to the United States in '33, Einstein was born on and died on a date with '33' numerology.

3/14/1879 = 3+14+18+79 = 114
3/14/1879 = 3+14+(1+8+7+9) = 42 (Freemason)
3/14/1879 = 3+1+4+1+8+7+9 = 33
3/14/79 = 3+14+79 = 96 (Freemason)


4/18/1955 = 4+18+19+55 = 96 (Freemason)
4/18/1955 = 4+18+(1+9+5+5) = 42 (Freemason)
4/18/1955 = 4+1+8+1+9+5+5 = 33
4/18/55 = 4+18+55 = 77


Albert = 1+3+2+5+9+2 = 22
Einstein = 5+9+5+1+2+5+9+5 = 41/50
Albert Einstein = 63/72


Albert = 1+12+2+5+18+20 = 58 (Freemasonry) (Science)
Einstein = 5+9+14+19+20+5+9+14 = 95
Albert Einstein = 153 (A number often paired with 42)

153 fish in the miraculous catch...

Fish = 6+9+1+8 = 24/33
Fish = 6+9+19+8 = 42

More to come...

4 comments:

  1. http://www.foxnews.com/science/2016/02/12/world-treasure-unesco-recognizes-oldest-surviving-copy-hebrew-bible.html


    Lots of religion today. Oldest bible is from 930 AD. Love the number. 1086 years ago.

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