Part 1: One of His Patterns

Part 2: The Number PI

Part 3: The Triune God

Part 4: Eight Intriguing Patterns (1)

Part 5: Eight Intriguing Patterns (2)

Part 6: Eight Intriguing Patterns (3)

Part 7: The Triangle, the Circle & the Square

Part 8: Symmetries on the Bible Wheel

Part 9: The Three Themes: Temple, Light & Water (1)

In the next couple of posts, I will turn my attention away from geometry and focus more on the basis and foundation of the Shaddai design. As I was preparing a post on the three themes of the 66 books of the Bible, the following beautiful pattern from Richard McGough's site, www.biblewheel.com, caught my eye.

Please read Richard's wonderful discovery at http://www.biblewheel.com/Wheel/symmetries.asp to get a better idea what the above symmetries are all about. Briefly, Richard found four intriguing groupings which exhibit radial and bilateral symmetries:

Group 1

(Single)14 Pauline Epistles Group 2

(Pair)3 Synoptic Gospels

3 Epistles of JohnGroup 3

(Pair)9 Pre-exilic OT History

9 Pre-exilic Minor ProphetsGroup 4

(Triplet)3 Post Exilic OT History

3 Post Exilic Minor Prophets

3 Epistles to the ScatteredImmediately I was able to see 3.14 -- the value of PI, hidden in the four groupings:

3(Triplet),1(Single) &4(Pair+Pair). This is truly amazing! It further confirms the validity of the Bible Wheel and the PI phenomenon.Having found a PI design encoded in the Bible Wheel, naturally I was elated and went on to search for more. Lo and behold, I was able to find another PI code hidden in the 19 books outside of the four groups discovered by Richard. There is a

Tripletin the 19 books -- 5 Torah books, 5 Major Prophets & 5 Wisdom books. The remaining 4 individual books form aQuartet-- Gospel of John, Acts, Jude and Revelation. All the 19 books are accounted for and the digits3&4of the PI constant have been isolated. The question is: Where do we find the digit1to complete the PI design? There isONEmore category in the 19 books -- the three 22nd books: Song, Acts and Revelation. In forming this group, the three 22nd books are counted twice. This was not done when the first PI design was found from the 47 books which form the 4 groups.Is the second PI code valid in view of the difference in methodology? The answer is yes because we will encounter a similar scenario later which involves

overlappingandnon-overlappingpatterns.There is yet one more PI design hidden in the Bible Wheel! Look at another beautiful picture below from www.biblewheel.com:

Notice the three different colors Richard used to color the 7 parts of the Bible according to the radial and bilateral symmetries. Wheel 1 and Wheel 2 exhibit perfect symmetry:

Wheel 1 5Torah

12OT History

5WisdomWheel 2 5Major Prophets

12Minor Prophets

5NT HistoryWheel 3 22EpistlesView the Third Wheel as

ONEgroup of 22 Epistles. There areTHREEpairs of groups of books in Wheel 1 and Wheel 2: 1) Torah & Major Prophets. 2) Wisdom & NT History. 3) OT History & Minor Prophets. Hence, the 66 books of the Bible may be categorized asFOURgroups --ONEgroup of 22 Epistles andTHREEpairs of groups of books in Wheel 1 and Wheel 2. It is conceivable that a group ofFOURwithONE-THREEdivision may be regarded as a PI code.However, a more perfect PI design is possible if we further subdivide the

ONEgroup of 22 Epistles. The 14 Pauline Epistles formONEgroup. The remaining 8 Epistles may be divided intoFOURgroups according to authors: James (1 book), Peter (2 books), John (4 books) and Jude (1 book). The 22 Epistles when grouped according to authors give rise toONEgroup (Paul) andFOURgroups (4 Elders). Together with theTHREEpairs of groups of books in Wheel 1 and Wheel 2, a perfect PI design is in view.Lastly, the LAST EIGHT books by the 4 elders are designed with another PI code! There are

THREEEpistles to the Scattered written by James and Peter. Jude wroteONEbook and John wroteFOURbooks.

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We managed to find

FOURPI codes in the Bible Wheel. TheseFOURPI codes are subdivided intoTHREEcodes (designs based on 66 books) andONEcode (design based on 8 books). Even the total number of PI codes conceals another PI code!Let me end by including in this post the most spectacular example on the divine authorship of the Bible -- the Creation Holograph at http://www.biblewheel.com/GR/GR_Creation.asp. It is well worth your time to study this article to fully appreciate the profundity of it. It can be seen in the Creation Holograph that there are exactly

FOURtriangles divided intoONEandTHREEtriangles in the same manner in the examples above.First, examine the triangles formed by the gematria of Gen 1:1 below:

The number 2701 is formed byFOURtriangles:ONEtriangle at the bottom (703) andTHREEtriangles (3x666=1998) forming a trapezium. Do we not see a PI code here?Next, combine the gematrias of Gen 1:1 and John 1:1.

The total gematria of Gen 1:1 and John 1:1 is

ONEbig triangle! In this big triangle there areTHREEdifferent triangles (666, 703 & 2701). Altogether there areFOURdifferent triangles (666, 703, 2701, 6328). Isn't this another PI code?To Him be the glory!

John Tng