Saturday, July 15, 2017

7 35 68 74 93 147 149 232 | The 7 Classical Planets +Ancient Greek Astrology and earlier +Hellenistic Period, the Sun & the 7 Luminaries


Manly P. Hall was talking about the classical planets and I was a bit lost because he was saying 7, when I knew that the ancients only knew about 6 total planets, with Saturn being the 6th.

Well, the 7 ancient planets do not include earth, but count the sun and the moon, thus 7.  This is what the confusion was for me.  I was not aware of this grouping prior, the sun, moon, jupiter, venus, saturn, merucy and mars.

Planet = 68; Mathematics = 68; Sacred Geometry = 68


Outer Space = 147
Space Ship = 147
Freemason = 147
Conspiracy = 147




Ninety Four = 147

149 is the 35th prime; NASA = 35






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

ALSO, they are called the 'Seven Luminaries', having gematria of 93.  Consider this in light of the Greek Hellenistic Period, when it was discovered the sun (93m miles) was the center of the Universe.


Seven Luminaries = 93; Hellenistic Period = 93
Solar Man = 93; God's Son = 93; Nazareth = 93; Crucifix = 93

The Winter Solstice in the northern hemisphere is typically December 21, or 12/21 or 21/12.

Winter Solstice = 187; Summer Solstice = 187

The Winter Solstice in the north is measured by the Tropic of Cancer.

Tropic of Cancer = 74; Jesus = 74; Cross = 74; Jesus Christ = 74

We know about 74 and 33...

12/21 = 12+21 = 33
Son = 33
The Sun = 33
Planets = 33
Bible = 33
Sunday = 33
Jehovah = 33

Jesus on the cross at 33.

*Rockstar = 33 (A rock star... what gives us life)


Circle = 232; Gospel = 232; Satan = 232; Lucifer = 323