Bob Ware (11 Oct 2010)
"11110 (1 November 2010) found in elements - God's 'building blocks'"

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The first half of the 92 elements found in nature has 3478 elementary particles. The second half has 11110 elementary particles. 11110 could be seen as the date string for: 1 November 2010. 11110 minus 3478 equals: 4 x 1908. 1908 is the year of the Tunguska Blast and it is also the sum of the two twin-prime pairs at the north and south points of the ‘Prime Cross’. There are three different elementary particles: protons, neutrons and electrons. By adding a leading zero to 11110 you create a six digit palindrome ‘011110’ that can be broken into three pairs: 01.11.10 > 1 November 2010.

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Again, there are 92 elements found in nature. The prime factoring of 92 is: 4 x 23. In the attached table I have divided the first elements into four quarters. I give the individual sums of: protons, neutrons and electrons and then the total of these three groups in each quarter. I then created a table showing some of the different combinations of these quarters.

The 2nd plus the 3rd minus the 4th quarters (234) equals 276 protons and 276 electrons. This is the same number of protons and electrons in the 1st quarter. This set yields 78 neutrons. The sum of the first 56 composite numbers in the range of: 1 to 78 equals the Greek gematria of Jesus Christ (2368). The sum of the 22 prime numbers in this same range equals the prime number gematria of Jesus Christ (713). The total number of protons, neutrons and electrons in this set is 630. I began numbering the last days for the Body of Christ from the Winter Solstice of 5760 (12.21.1999). From 12.22.1999 to 9.11.2001 was 630 inclusive days. 630 x 4 equals the 2520 days in seven prophetic years.

The 4th quarter minus the 3rd quarter yields a total of 1996 protons, neutrons and electrons. I began numbering the last days for the secular world from 1.1.1996. From 1.1.1996 to 9.11.2001 was 2081 inclusive days. The sum of the seven consecutive numbers form 2081 to 2087 equals the total number of protons, neutrons and electrons (14,588) in the 92 elements found in nature.