I discovered some very unexpected anomalies that are right in front of our eyes.
Widescreen televisions use a 16:9 ratio of screen width to height. In their highest resolution they can produce an image 1920 pixels wide x 1080 pixels high. 1080 is the Greek gematria of ‘The Holy Spirit’.
A rectangle with sides of 1920 x 1080 has the exact same area as a square with sides of 1440 x 1440. There are 1440 minutes in a day. 1440 is the diameter of the ‘Circle of Time’. The area of each one degree segment of the ‘Circle of Time’ equals its circumference (4524). The diameter of each of the seven circles within the ‘Circle of Time’ is 480. 3 x 480 equals 1440. 4 x 480 equals 1920. 480 is the sum of the ASCII codes for ‘Obama’.
The perimeter of a square with sides of 1440 is 5760. 5760 plus the gematria of ‘JESUS CHRIST’ (2368) equals the fourth perfect number (8128). I began numbering the last days for the Body of Christ from the Winter Solstice of the Jewish year 5760 (12.22.1999).
There are 5756 pixels around a square with sides of 1440 pixels: 1440 along the top and bottom sides plus 1438 along each vertical side between the top and bottom rows. The Jewish year 5756 spanned the majority of the Gregorian year 1996. I began numbering the last days for the secular world from 1.1.1996. The current 19 year Jewish calendar cycle began 640 days later on 10.2.1997. 1920 equals: 3 x 640. 1080 equals: 3 x 360 (number of days in a prophetic year).
In my last diagram I have superimposed the ‘Circle of Time’ diagram over the widescreen format. I have set the ratio so that each pixel width equals each unit of measurement within the ‘Circle of Time’. Each unit of measurement in the ‘Circle of Time’ equals the passing of one day since its diameter equals the number of minutes in a day. The point where an arc from the top of the circle will touch the bottom of the screen is 1742 units/days long. 12.21.2005 plus 1742 days will be 9.28.2010. This will be exactly ten years to the day since Ariel Sharon visited the Temple Mount on 9.28.2000. Ten Gregorian years equals: 4 x 913 days. 913 is the gematria of the very first word in the Bible.
The length of the arc between the two green dots in my diagram is 234 units/days. The seventh day of Sukkot begins at sunset on 9.28.2010.
9.28.2010 will be 5385 inclusive days since 1.1.1996. 5385 equals: 5 x 1077. 1077 is the sum of the prime (713) and composite (364) number gematrias of ‘JESUS CHRIST’ (as derived from the Greek spelling). 1077 is the final Greek gematria for ‘CROSS’. 1077 is also the sum of the three different values for the last point of the ‘Prime Cross’ (43 + 153 + 881).
1080 equals: 2 x 540. The length of the arc from where Rosh Hashanah 5771 (9.08.2010) falls on the circumference of the ‘Circle of Time’ to the bottom of the ‘Circle of Time’ is 540 units/days.
You can build the widescreen pixel display by starting with a set of two rows of 842 pixels and then adding a complete border of pixels around these two center rows. When you get to the 11th border the width is 864 pixels. 864 is the gematria of ‘JERUSALEM’. When you get to the 33rd border it has 1948 pixels. The 39th to the 41st borders respectively have: 1996, 2004 and 2012 pixels. The 85th border has a perimeter ‘length’ of 2368 (JESUS CHRIST) pixels. When you include the center two rows as the starting set then the 85th border is the 86th set of pixels. 86 is the Hebrew gematria of ‘God’ in Genesis 1:1.
Only eight of these sets will have an amount of pixels that can be rearranged into perfect squares:
The sum of the eight different sides equals 10 x 496 which is the third perfect number and the 31st triangle number. The seventh one in this group has square sides of 1008. The Greek gematria of ‘LORD JESUS CHRIST’ (3168) divided by Pi equals 1008. The 185th set has a perimeter ‘length’ of 3168 pixels.
253 is the seventh Star of David number. The 253rd set has 3700 pixels in its perimeter. 3700 is the gematria of the twelve tribe names on the breastpiece.
300 is the prime number gematria of ‘LORD’. The 300th set is 1440 pixels wide and 600 pixels high. Noah entered the Ark at the age of 600. This 300th set holds 1000 x 864 pixels.
The final 540th set has a perimeter equal to the width/length of 6000 pixels: (2 x 1920 width) + (2 x 1080 height).