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Harmonics of the Bible


The harmonics of the Bible is a complex and fascinating topic that delves into the hidden meanings and connections between numbers, music, and spirituality. One number that plays a significant role in this discussion is the number 27. This number appears in various contexts within the Bible, as well as in music theory, and has been studied by scholars and mystics for centuries.



In music theory, the number 27 is significant because of its connection to Pythagoras’ music theorem. Pythagoras, the ancient Greek philosopher and mathematician, is credited with discovering the mathematical ratios that govern musical harmony. He found that the interval between two notes that are an octave apart is a ratio of 2:1. When this ratio is multiplied by itself, the resulting ratio is 3:2. This is the ratio of the perfect fifth, which is considered to be the most consonant interval in music.

When these ratios are multiplied by themselves again, the resulting ratio is 9:4, which is the ratio of the perfect fourth. This process can be continued, and the result is a series of ratios that form a musical scale. If you add up these ratios, the sum is 27. This suggests that the number 27 is connected to the fundamental principles of musical harmony, and is a symbol of the unity and balance that is at the heart of music.


In the Bible, the number 27 also appears in a number of significant ways. For example, there are 27 books in the New Testament, which is a testament to the divinity of Jesus Christ. Additionally, there are 26 letters in the English alphabet, and one of them, the letter “&”, is missing. This is significant because the letter “&” represents the concept of unity, and its absence suggests that humanity is not yet in a state of unity. When we add the letter “&” to the alphabet, the total number of letters becomes 27, which symbolizes the unity that will be achieved when humanity is in harmony with the divine.


Another place where the number 27 appears in the Bible is in the book of Numbers. In the book of Numbers, the Israelites were commanded to take a census of all the males who were able to go to war. The total number of males who were counted was 603,550. If you add the digits of this number together, the sum is 27. This suggests that the Israelites were symbolically representing all of humanity in this census and the number 27 represents the unity and harmony that will be achieved when humanity is in harmony with the divine.

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The book of Wisdom.

The Bible has a book of wisdom, there are many passages particularly within proverbs which puts the attainment of wisdom above all else.

I would have thought the Bible would been an atheists favourite book

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I honestly don’t understand how some atheists can say that the Bible is absolute rubbish.

I think we have to go back to the times the books of the Bible were written for, how people of those times would have possibly obsessed over material things . Perhaps to gain a social footing in society, but the Bible comes along as a socially popular narrative which proclaims the importance of wisdom above anything else.

Right now I’m reading the books of Ezra and Nehemiah and how the stories back then reflect our lives right now, how an easier way of living is actually stopping people from following faith and perhaps making people dumber.

Atheists say the Bible is rubbish.

The Bible has a book of wisdom, there are many passages particularly within proverbs which puts the attainment of wisdom above all else.

I would have thought the Bible would been an atheists favourite book

😀

I honestly don’t understand how some atheists can say that the Bible is absolute rubbish.

I think we have to go back to the times the books of the Bible were written for, how people of those times would have possibly obsessed over material things . Perhaps to gain a social footing in society, but the Bible comes along as a socially popular narrative which proclaims the importance of wisdom above anything else.

Right now I’m reading the books of Ezra and Nehemiah and how the stories back then reflect our lives right now, how an easier way of living is actually stopping people from following faith and perhaps making people dumber.

Morning Prayer for clarity, Laudes matutinas…


Wondering if this a rational argument for God?, while performing my Morning Prayer, flash backs of my awakening over the last few years came back to me, this is not an awe inspiring affair, its rather going back to what is simple and natural and yet seeing what things have in common.



Seeing the simplicity and commonality in things, whereas God appears to me in my morning prayer as not a being, but a way, a path within…

What was noticed on this journey of awakening, was the color sequence of the sun which God created, the color it seems to take as it rises and sets in the morning.

Red, orange, yellow, white or green etc, Green if your in space.

This color sequence matches the sequence of colors the Chakra’s or energy centers take on in Indian or Asian spiritual philosophy, it is also the color sequence on our planet.

While some have realized through the act of their morning prayer, that they must deliberately give up the energy within these energy centers to see a bigger picture.

What is needed is to sacrifice your own wants and needs or your own desires and pleasures for the betterment of life.

This is not any easy thing to do, as the mind etc will continually convince you to stop.

And yet if you continue you are becoming good , becoming more aware of how you treat and view life inside and around you, making you more harmonious with life.

Taking the path of good, God or eternal life.

Now the reason I mentioned that the color sequence of these energy centers are the same as our sun’s ascent in the morning, is that if you are sensitive enough to the energies and subtle life forces around you, the Universe will almost feel like a sun rising inside you at some point to turn you inside out and back to being selfless.

Back to being good, where you realize that the only way to create sustainable life within and without is to take this path they call God within…

This path is like having a snake or fire 🔥 wind its way up you showing you the positive and negative in everything.

To the point where your feelings and mind are all over the place, where no decision can be made only to let go of control and trust that the Universe has your back.

This thing that guides within calls itself God, don’t ask me why.



While a recent dream had of a twin flame meditation… Reveals how to awaken the heart.

Waking up at 4:30.. am every morning, sitting up, spine erect..

Eyes open for half an hour, sit with feet and palm’s together in praying motion 🙏…

Your heart will begin to open up, once you can feel love in your heart your vibrating on that frequency, you’ll see better romantic interactions over time with this meditation…

Your basically giving up that which is below you, to find love with life, not to control it or use it for your own gratification…

There is powerful energy at this time in the morning, you can channel it.

The following passages within the Bible, demonstrate the importance of praying in the evening and early in the morning.


Psalm 4:4.

An evening prayer of confidence.

Pslam 4. – A pslam of David.

Living amidst deceitful and lieing people, the psalmist affirms his trust in God because he has experienced God’s goodness and favour. He can go to bed in peace. To be used profitably as an evening prayer.


Holy Bible app, Psalm 4.

1. Hear me when I call, O God of my righteousness: thou hast enlarged me when I was in distress; have mercy upon me, and hear my prayer.

2. O ye sons of men, how long will ye turn my glory into shame? how long will ye love vanity, and seek after leasing? Selah.

3. But know that the LORD hath set apart him that is godly for himself: the LORD will hear when I call unto him.

4. Stand in awe, and sin not: commune with your own heart upon your bed, and be still. Selah.

5. Offer the sacrifices of righteousness, and put your trust in the LORD.

6. There be many that say, Who will shew us any good? LORD, lift thou up the light of thy countenance upon us.

7. Thou hast put gladness in my heart, more than in the time that their corn and their wine increased.

8. I will both lay me down in peace, and sleep: for thou, LORD, only makest me dwell in safety.


New community Bible.

Psalm 4:1.

Answer me when I call, O God, my Justice! when I was in distress, you gave me solace. have compassion on me, and hear my plea.

2. How long, you mortals, will you harden your hearts? How long will you delight in deceit? How long will you love what is false?

3. You must know that the LORD does wonders for his faithful people;

the LORD hear’s me when I call to him.

4. In your anger do not sin: ponder in your own heart when you are on.

5. Offer right sacrifices, and put your trust in the LORD.

6. Many ask, “when are we to see better times? Let your face shine upon us, O Lord!”.

7. Let them rejoice in their abundant wine and grain; you have given far more to me.

8. I lie down, and at once i sleep in peace, for you alone, O Lord, make me rest in safety.


An evening prayer of confidence.

Pslam 4. – A pslam of David.

Living amidst deceitful and lieing people, the psalmist affirms his trust in God because he has experienced God’s goodness and favour. He can go to bed in peace. To be used profitably as an evening prayer.


Mark 1:35.

Jesus knew of the value and importance of praying early in the morning, while this is reflected within the following verse.

Jesus prays in a solitary place.

Mark 1:35 And in the morning, rising up a great while before day, he went out, and departed into a solitary place, and there prayed”.


New community Bible.

Pslam 5. – A pslam of David.

In various religious traditions, early morning is considered a favourable time to meet God. At Daybreak, the psalmist turns to God with his plea for justice.

1. O Lord , listen to my words, and see my distress, my sad plight.

3. O Lord, at Daybreak you hear my voice; at daybreak i place my case before you and wait expectantly.

7. But i, by your abundant love, will come into your house. In reverence i bow down and worship at your holy Temple.

11. But let those who take refuge in you rejoice; let them ever sing for joy.

Let your deliverence shield them, that those who love your name may praise you in gladness.


Holy Bible app.

Psalm 5.

1. Give ear to my words, O LORD, consider my meditation.

3. My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O LORD; in the morning will I direct my prayer unto thee, and will look up.

7. But as for me, I will come into thy house in the multitude of thy mercy: and in thy fear will I worship toward thy holy temple.

11. But let all those that put their trust in thee rejoice: let them ever shout for joy, because thou defendest them: let them also that love thy name be joyful in thee.


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