Appointed number and root pair: 6—(217-352-160)
Before we come to know the meaning of this number and root pair, please look at the following mathematical calculations:
Pick any two numbers that you wish, add them up and divide the sum by the larger number . Repeat this process many times. See the example below. .
For example, if we pick 1 and 6 this is what we would get:
(1+6) –> 7/6 = 1.167
(7+6) –> 13/7 = 1.857
(13+7) –> 20/13 = 1.538
(20+13) –> 33/20 = 1.65
(33+20) –> 53/33 = 1.606
(53+33) –> 86/53 = 1.623
(86+53) –> 139/86 = 1.616
(139+86) –> 225/139 = 1.619
(225+139) –> 364/225 = 1.618
(364+225) –> 589/364 = 1.618
(589+364) –> 953/589 = 1.618
The result of continued calculations (ad infinitum) can all be rounded to 1.618.
You see, once we fall into the realm of 1.618, there is no way for us to get out. This number – 1.618 – is a rounded value of a mathematical quantity that never stops and never shows a pattern in its decimals. It is commonly represented by the Greek letter f (Phi). The well-known “golden ratio,” 0.618, is in fact the reciprocal of Phi. In retrospect of man’s favor and promotion of the “golden ratio” you can know the real meaning of Phi.
Do you know? The navel on a person’s belly divides the person’s body in the ratio of Phi (1.618) from head to toe into these two parts: 1 (head to navel) and 1.618 (navel to toe). In other words, the navel on a person’s belly that comes from his or her birth is a synonym for Phi. This tells us that upon birth everyone falls into the vicious cycle of (217-352-160) without knowing it.
Read how the apostle Paul gave the definition for belly:
“For many walk, of whom I have told you often, and now tell you even weeping, that they are the enemies of the cross of Christ: Whose end is destruction, whose God is their belly, and whose glory is in their shame, who mind earthly things.” (Philippians 3:18-19)
Thus we see the reason why the number 6 is associated with Phi is, because once a person departs from God, they will fall into the vicious cycle of making the belly their God, the shame their glory, and the earthly things their focus of mind – unless God’s grace of redemption intervenes, no one can get out of this cycle.
In interpreting the Bible, people pay special attention to the verse when a certain word or concept occurs the first time because this action carries with it a meaning of searching for its origin and digging out its root. It is not an exception for the numerical interpretation of the Bible.
We have shown that the numerical root (217-352-160) comes the first time after the number 16. If the number 1 in 16 represents God and 6 represents humans, then based on the above calculations we can obviously see: 1 and 6 should not be separated; whenever they are, even by a tiny dot, the end result will become closer and closer to 1.618. Whenever one falls into this vicious cycle of Phi, no one can get out of it.
Therefore, only when the relationship between 1 and 6 enters into a status of multiplication (1×6), i.e., God in man and man in God without separation, can one escape the fate of being hitched tightly by (217-352-160).
On the other hand, we see that besides being assigned to (217-352-160) to form an appointed number and root pair, the number 6 also has its own numerical root – 153. Therefore, we also need to take the meaning of 153 into our consideration in order to completely understand the inner relationships among all these numbers.
As mentioned earlier, the numerical root 153 is connected to the fraction 1/3. Thus, as created beings living on earth, somehow we inherently carry the same sinful nature as that of the 1/3 fallen angels.
This forces us to see these two points: (1) As created beings who carry with us the inherent sinful nature, we easily fall into Satan’s trap of self-centeredness and arrogance and cannot get out, just like the initial fallen angels; (2) Human beings face another critical challenge: Whenever we depart from God, we will fall into the vicious cycle of making our belly our God, our shame our glory, and earthly things our focus of mind.
To break away from this vicious cycle, the only way out is to accept God’s ordained salvation, by believing in the Lord Jesus and uniting as one with Him so that we can rest in 5—407 which represents God’s grace.
It is not hard to comprehend that when 1/3 of those whose names are in God’s Book of Life, i.e. 1/3 of people who are mentioned as God’s people in the book of Zachariah, enter into eternity in the day of the Lord Jesus’ second coming, in essence they will replace the positions of those original fallen angels so that all creations are restored to their original harmonious state with God. Thus God’s entire redemption plan of saving His created beings can be completely accomplished.
This section is taken from chapter five of Taichuan Tongs’ book “Numbers & Roots of Numbers in the Bible” published by TheoLogos Publications – click the text link or cover image to learn how nine roots of numbers were unprecedentedly discovered that connect all numbers together no matter how big they are.
As a result, study of numbers in the Bible has three levels: (1) surface numbers, (2) families of numbers and (3) roots of numbers.
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