Friday, December 9, 2016

10 55 67 74 155 666 | The Holy Trinity, Book of Rites, "Body, Spirit & Soul" & other thoughts on 3 / three

I was thinking about "3" today.  

Three = 2+8+9+5+5 = 29 (11) (2)
Three = 20+8+18+5+5 = 56 (11) (2)

The gematria of 'Holy Trinity' is intriguing.  I'm reminded of 'Catholic' School, and taking the "holy water", and saluting the father, the son and the holy spirit.  I noticed at some point they put sugar in the water, I always thought that was odd.

Water = 67; Organic = 67; West = 67; Satanic = 67; Freemasonry = 67; Revelation = 67

The 'Book of Rites', which reminds me a lot of Freemasonry, is known officially as the 'Record of Rites'.  The gematria of 'Record of Rites' takes me back to December of 2011, when it was said on Christmas Eve, or around that time, that the Vatican had released a hidden Bible manuscript showing that the three wiseman were of modern day Chinese origin.  In othe words, they're all reminders of the worldwide Freemasonic network.

Masonic = 74; Jewish = 74; Occult = 74; Jesus = 74; Cross = 74; Messiah = 74; Gospel = 74
Christianity = 155; Science = 155 (Jewish Gematria)

Record of Rites, like 'Christianity', also connects back to '93'.

Saturn = 93; Crucifix = 93; Propaganda = 93

More importantly, on the topic of "3", the Record of Rites brings up body, soul and spirit.  It made me ask, what is the exact difference between a soul and a spirit?  From what I have gathered, a spirit is something you can fulfill, by being spiritual, but a spirit is something you cannot have.  A soul however, is something you have and you can destroy or nurture, with your behavior, just like your body.  In other words, the soul is material, as is the body, but the spirit is not.  The spirit is something you can either activate, or shun.

A lot of people are shunning their spirit for the material in the modern world.

In terms of 'Duat' and 'Heaven', they both have ties in gematria to the word 'sky'.

Sky = 1+2+7 = 10
Sky = 19+11+5 = 55

Heaven = 8+5+1+4+5+5 = 28
Heaven = 8+5+1+22+5+14 = 55

Duat = 4+3+1+2 = 10
Duat = 4+21+1+20 = 46

*All breakdowns have (1) numerology. 10 = 1; 55 = 1; 28 = 1

Here's some more on the soul and spirit.

The gematria of 'soul', 'spirit', 'body' and a few more are below.

Soul = 19+15+21+12 = 67
Soul = 1/10+6+3+3 = 13/22

Spirit = 19+16+9+18+9+20 = 91
Spirit = 1/10+7+9+9+9+2 = 37/46

Body = 2+15+4+25 = 46
Body = 2+6+4+7 = 19

Mind = 13+9+14+$ = 40
Mind = 4+9+5+4 = 22

Eye = 5+25+5 = 35
Eye = 5+7+5 = 17

Brain = 2+18+1+9+14 = 44
Brain = 2+9+1+9+5 = 26

Heart = 8+5+1+18+20 = 52
Heart = 8+5+1+9+2 = 25

Notice the parallels between 'spirit' and 'body'?  'Soul' and 'mind'?

When you add heart + brain, it makes for an interesting outcome.


  1. Awesome thoughts. And you are right. It is all about the material.

  2. sick sick post...
    the thing that jumps immediately to me is that crucifix=93...
    confirming my suspicious that the guy on the cross is 'the gang's' guy...
    the cross just being a X tilted on its side...
    X being an ancient saturnian symbol...
    X-mas is coming and the X ambassadors are on the radio and X factor is on the Tv...

  3. "A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down..."
    From Walt Disney's Mary Poppins (1964).

  4. Great post Zach! It's more confirmation of how we have been swindled not only materially but more importantly spiritually.

    In Plutarch's "Concerning the Face Which Appears in the Orb of the Moon," he says that when we die the soul and the spirit are intertwined once the essence leaves the body.

    After a time a self-judgement, bitter reflection, and purification, if the essence is strong enough, the spirit separates from the soul and makes its journey to its ultimate source, the Sun, to join the other spirits and gods. Once that occurs, the soul dissolves into the divine energy of the Moon to rise again in some other form. If the spirit is not ready, it remains with the soul and returns to earth to reincarnate. That's very abridged but that's the gist of it.

    Plutarch, true to his Neo-Platonic education defines the spirit as fire, will and selfhood. The soul is water, emotions and desire. Like the Buddhists they believed the soul must be purged of desire for the spirit to be truly free. Plutarch is one of my favorite writers from ancient times. His love for humanity and of being human comes through every line.

    1. Wow. That sounds a lot like what rudolf Steiner said. He called it kamaloka.

  5. There is an interesting TV series on Netflix called 3%. It's in Portuguese but you can switch language to English.