## Sacred Numerology - the significance of numbers

^{2}is also 49, 7 being the completion of a creative cycle (6 days of labour + 1 day of rest) further illustrating the link between all aspects of the mathematics of the temple and the purpose of each structure.

**The Golden Ratio**

At the base of sacred mathematics (astrometry), we have the** Divine Proportion or golden ratio**. The three elements on which astrometry rests are the Divine Proportion or golden ratio (fi,), the sacred cubit (0, 5236) and (pi,). For now we will concentrate on the Golden Ratio or Divine Proportion.

**The presence of the Fibonacci series in nature is detectable everywhere if we look for, and are able to recognise, it.** Some examples of this include various aspects of the human body e.g. the length of the middle finger multiplied by 1.6 will give you the distance between the base of the finger to the crease of your wrist, beautifully evident in Leonardo’s Vitruvian Man. The same equation applies if one takes the measurement from the base of the foot to the navel X 1,6 will equal the exact height of the person. Throughout the human body this sequence occurs.

This “Golden Ratio” of Divine Proportion is evident throughout nature. The elements of our cells contain it, the manner in which a bird of prey descends upon its hunt occurs in divine proportion, the radius of the spiral reduce in divine proportion. The manner in which the petals of a flower are arranged to the seed formations in fruits again reveal the secret of this ratio. The drawing of this cylindrical shell demonstrates how all shells are in fact in divine proportion.

**The very formation of the galaxy is in divine proportion.** As an example, the distance between Earth and Venus multiplied by 1,6 is provides the exact distance from Earth to the Sun at certain points of the orbits.

**The only circumstances in which we do not find the Divine Proportion occur in Genetically modified foods and often in individuals who are unable to re-produce.** It is evident that this phenomenon is natural key to all of nature. The consumption of any foods that do not follow this natural law may well prove fatal to human kind.

**The studies of Grand Zimbabwe provided numerous examples of how the Ancients used this constant ratio to build their temples.** It is evident they were acutely in tune with natural laws of the universe or the genuine universal constant.

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The distance from the centre of the sun to the centre of the earth is 153 000 000km and the distance from the centre of the sun and the centre of Venus is 108 000 000km. The Ancients utilised these dimensions from the sky in KM and reproduced them on earth in sacred cubits - the length of the temple is 153 sacred cubits and across it is 108 sacred cubits demonstrating. **1 sacred cubit on earth is equivalent to 100 000 000 in the sky.**

The construction of the temple walls which are built in a spiral formation (3 in total) are all in divine proportion. In the Southernmost part of the temple is the Bethal (the major tower) used by the prior for divination purposes. If the prior was to drop an object from top of the Bethal, it would take exactly 1,6 seconds to reach the ground, once again providing evidence of the presence of the divine proportion in all aspects of the temple design.

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**Italian**

**Numerologia
Sacra-***il
significato dei numeri*

All’origine, i numeri avevano un significato sacro ed ogni aspetto del Tempio veniva determinato dall’ordine universale dei numeri.

Ad esempio, il numero 13 indicava transizione, ed il Tempio veniva eretto con disassamento a 49° affinché 4e 9 diano 13 che simbolicamente stà per transizione. Le salme venivano condotte nel Tempio dalla porta Ovest e da qui fatte uscire dalla porta Nord-Est; questo tragitto permetteva il raggiungimento dell’aldilà.

Per un
chiarimento e conferma di tale tragitto leggere Ezechiele 47, la Sacra Bibbia;
dove si legge ch’egli venne preso per mano dal Signore e condotto lungo questo
percorso. 7^{2} da
49, dove 7 stà per il compimento d’un ciclo creativo (6 giorni più un giorno di
riposo), che ulteriormente illustra il nesso fra gli annessi del Tempio e
l’ordine matematico universale.

Il Tempio ellissoidale simboleggia il serpente, Huroboros o Uroboros o Horuburos. Quest’essere rappresenta il trascorrere del tempo infinito. Ingoiando due cubiti della sua propria coda si rigenerava. Và notato che il 2 stà per maternità (Venere).

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