Sunday, July 23, 2017

9 42 45 66 78 | The significance of 45, and why it is the number in gematria for Geometry, Gematriot & Holy Bible


I was thinking about 45, and asking why?

Why do geometry gematriot and Holy Bible each sum to 45?



King James was 45-years old when his Bible came out, 1611.
Mike Pence = 45 / 45 (VP to #45, Trump)

Again, gematria traces back to Hebrew and the Old Testament, specifically the first 5 books, the Torah.

Notice that 45 is the 9th triangular number.

1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9 = 45

In numerology, 45 sums to 9.

45 = 4+5 = 9

9 is the glue in numerology.

If you add 9 to a number, its numerology will not change from what it was before you added 9.

If you multiply any number by 9, it takes on a number with a numerology of 9.

These qualities are not true of any other numbers.

9 is also the last digit in the sequence 0-9.  10 is a number that uses the digits 1 and 0.  Thus, 9 represents completion.

Plus, if you use your fingers in based ten, there is what is known as the "9' trick.

Put your 10 fingers up in front of your face.

Say to yourself, 0 x 9 = 0

Then, drop your left pinky, the first of your ten fingers counting from the left.  Now count the fingers left standing up.  You should have 9, unless you have lost one.

1 x 9 = 9

Now, drop your left ring finger, your second finger from the left.

Notice you have 1 finger up.  Then you have 1 down.  Then you have 8 more in a row standing up.

Something like 1_8.  That resembles the number 18.

2 x 9 = 18

If you drop your left middle finger, you'll be left with 2 up, 1 down, then 7 more in a row standing up.

Something like 2_7.  That resembles 27.

3 x 9 = 27

Notice the pattern.  The finger down is what you multiply 9 by.

This is true with all ten of your fingers, the same patter persists from the left pinky to the right pinky.

Put the 4th finger down.  You have 3 up, then 6 more up, like 36.

4 x 9 = 36

Nine as a word also has the Gematria of 42.

Nine = 14+9+14+5 = 42 / 66; Math = 42 / 66

42-line Bibles, 66-books in length....

Also, the divisors of 45 summing to 78 is interesting.  Genesis = 78

The 78th verse of Genesis is Genesis 3:22, about good and evil (balance / geometry).