Friday, July 27, 2018

7 13 27 45 57 103 143 | July 27, 2018 total lunar eclipse of 103-minutes & the amazing gematria sync









Notice, in gematria, 'Total Lunar Eclipse' sums to 103.


103 is also the 27th prime, and this comes on the 27th day of June


The moon will also be 'red' during the time of this eclipse.


Consider, 103 is the same as 13 in numerology, reminding of the moon and its 13-cycles.  13 is also the 7th Fibonacci Number, said to be the numbers of God, which begins with a G, the 7th letter, and here we are in the 7th month, July.


Something else interesting is that 103-minutes is 1-hour and 43-minutes...


The Scottish Rite has a fascination with the moon.



In the time the moon orbit's the earth, it's center never goes further than 28.5-degrees north of the equator, or further than 28.5-degrees south.  That is a total difference of 57-degrees.

The moon has been used in history to symbolize time.  Think about George Washington, the Scottish Rite Freemason, being inaugurated as President at age 57.


In light of Mars being part of the ritual tonight, let us not forget its 57 connection.



Notice the deet about 26-months...


*57.6k kilometers...

Also interesting is that the moon makes 13-cycles in a calendar year.


7/27/2018 = 7+27+(2+0+1+8) = 45

And never forget...

The diameter of the sun is the diameter of 108-earths
From the sun to the earth is the diameter of 108-suns
From the moon to the earth is the diameter of 108-moons

Also, recall the Great American Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017.  It was the first of its kind in the United States of America in 99-years...





As for it being the 233rd day, 233 is the 13th Fibonacci Number.  Thirteen = 99

Read more about that event here.

https://freetofindtruth.blogspot.com/2017/01/21-38-66-228-august-21-2017-solar.html

As you read, keep in mind that there is the Kabbalistic belief that by understanding Gematria, it brings you closer to understanding God.


233, the 13th Fibonacci Number (Fibonacci Numbers = Numbers of God)
1 sun (star) + 12 constellations of stars (13)
The moon and its 13-cycles