#### Red Sky at Morning

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I woke up early this morning, and as I couldn’t get back to sleep, I thought I might at least listen to something interesting on YouTube as I lay there!!!

There is so much in the above film that I can’t do it justice in a post, but one piece of information from it might astound you.

The Mystery of Pi and e encoded in Genesis 1:1 and John 1:1

We all met π (“pi”) in school when we had to deal with the circumference of a circle and similar matters. “Pi are squared” sounds like bad grammar, but it is correct geometry for the area of a circle, πr2. We approximated it with 22/7, until we got into engineering circles where we learned that, more precisely, it was 3.141592654… (It has recently been calculated to a

Perhaps less well known to most of our less technical subscribers is the base of Naperian (“natural”) logarithms,

and it is usually approximated by 2.718281828.

The ancient Hebrew sages believed, of course, that God created the heavens and the earth. However, some of them believed that

If you examine the numerical values of each of the Hebrew letters, and the numerical value of the words (see chart), and apply them to this formula:

The number of letters x the product of the

The number of words x the product of the

You get 3.1416 x 1017. The value of π to four decimal places! Hmm.

This time if you take the numerical value of each of the Greek letters (see chart), and the numerical value of the words, and apply them to the same formula:

The number of letters x the product of the letters

The number of words x the product of the words

You now get 2.7183 x 1040, the value of

There is so much in the above film that I can’t do it justice in a post, but one piece of information from it might astound you.

The Mystery of Pi and e encoded in Genesis 1:1 and John 1:1

We all met π (“pi”) in school when we had to deal with the circumference of a circle and similar matters. “Pi are squared” sounds like bad grammar, but it is correct geometry for the area of a circle, πr2. We approximated it with 22/7, until we got into engineering circles where we learned that, more precisely, it was 3.141592654… (It has recently been calculated to a

*trillion*decimal places!1) As we have previously mentioned in several of our materials, π is also a “hidden treasure” in the Hebrew text of 1st Kings 7:23.2 When one corrects the letter values for a variation of the spelling, the 46-foot circumference of Solomon’s “molten sea” is specified to an accuracy of better than*15 thousandths of an inch*!**Natural Logarithms**Perhaps less well known to most of our less technical subscribers is the base of Naperian (“natural”) logarithms,

*e*. It shows up in myriads of places in advanced engineering and mathematics such as:In wave mechanics, | X = Aekt |

Or electrical theory, | Q(t) = Qe-t/RC |

In advanced math, | Eix = Cos x +iSin x, where i = (-1)1/2 |

And the distribution of prime numbers: | A(x) = x/logex |

It is defined by | e = lim (1 + 1/n)n->n |

**A Rabbinical Tradition**The ancient Hebrew sages believed, of course, that God created the heavens and the earth. However, some of them believed that

*the Word of God was the very template*with which He did it. This strikes some of us as simply a colorful exaggeration that goes beyond any direct evidence. There are hints here and there. There are two well-known references to the creation in the Scripture: Genesis 1:1 and John 1:1. Let’s look “underneath” the text of each of these.**Genesis 1:1**In Hebrew:In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

If you examine the numerical values of each of the Hebrew letters, and the numerical value of the words (see chart), and apply them to this formula:

The number of letters x the product of the

*letters*The number of words x the product of the

*words*You get 3.1416 x 1017. The value of π to four decimal places! Hmm.

**John 1:1**In Greek:In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

This time if you take the numerical value of each of the Greek letters (see chart), and the numerical value of the words, and apply them to the same formula:

The number of letters x the product of the letters

The number of words x the product of the words

You now get 2.7183 x 1040, the value of

*e*. Curious!### The Mysteries of Pi and e: Fundamental Constants? – Chuck Missler – Koinonia House

Are the mathematical numbers Pi and e found in the letters of Genesis 1:1 and John 1:1?

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