## The Holy 108 – Earth Sun and Moon 108 is a sacred number in nearly every religion.  Hindu prayer mala’s are made of 108 beads.  There’s 108 names of God and 108 Chakras. Earth, Sun, and Moon are also linked to the Holy 108. It has been said that if one takes just 108 breaths in one day, they will reach enlightenment. “In the end, it’s not going to matter how many breaths you took, but how many moments took your breath away” -Shing Xiong According to NASA, the Moon’s orbit around Earth is not a perfect circle and is more of an ellipse, so the Moon is not always 108 ‘moons’ away.  It is at this distance at some point between its mean orbit and its perigee, which means ‘when the Moon is closest to Earth’.  Earth’s orbit around the Sun is also an ellipse. On September 18-19 the distance of the Sun from Earth…

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## Pythagorean Triples You’ve heard of the Pythagorean Theorem. Looking at a triangle, A squared plus B squared equals C squared. But this doesn’t work with all triangles, only specific triangles with specific lengths. The first set of numbers that work for this formula are 3,4 and 5. (3squared=9, 4squared=16, and 5squared equals 25). 9+16=25. Check! This works, so this is the first “Pythagorean Triple”. The second triangle that satisfies the equation is based on lengths of 5,12, and 13. Now if you divide the side of 5, into 2 and 3(The Perfect Fifth in Music Theory), and draw a line as shown(dotted line), it’s length is the amount of full moons in one solar year.(12.369) I wonder if the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank was thinking of the Moon and the second Pythagorean Triple when they came up with the measurements of the US dollar.(The FED…

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## Sacred Geometry of the Moon The physical dimensions of Earth and Moon reveal astounding geometries. The sacred geometry of the Moon was understood long ago and the ancients hid the esoteric meaning in the dimensions of their monuments and architecture. The Moon encodes the first two Pythagorean Triples, which are sets of whole numbers that satisfy the equation popularized by Pythagoras that everyone is familiar with. Pythagorean Theorem a^squared + b^squared = c^squared In the book “Taking Measure”, Scott Onstott shows that the point of intersection that defined the amount of full moons in a year (12.369), lies on the perfect fifth (2:3) ratio on the smallest side of the triangle. These numbers also encode esoteric knowledge about the geometric locations of Stonehenge and other sacred sites in England. He continues: “In The Lost Science of Measuring the Earth, John Michell and Robin Heath identified a 5:12:13 Pythagorean triangle…

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