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Unveiling the Mysteries of Gematria: Cracking the Code of the English Alphabet And Cipher PI .........................

“If you wish to make apple pie you first must invent the universe.” – Carl Sagan

Gematria is the art of assigning numbers to letters to reveal deeper meanings and significance to words. The art of gematria has been used since antiquity and was a quintessential science employed in the writing of many ancient holy books. The Greeks, the Kabbalists, the Hindis along with many other cultures all mastered this ancient art.

Without intuiting and understanding the symbolism and geometry of the letters within an alphabet, as well as the numbers attached to them, a true discernment of the meanings behind these ancient mystical books could not be grasped. The phrase “read between the lines” is a direct reference to this ancient art. Gematria is a “scientific art” that, when mastered, allowed one a deep look into the mystical and magical construction of our universe and the universe within man himself. By merging mathematics and language, gematria immerses one into the language and thoughts of the universal creator. It allows one a glimpse at the blueprints of the Grand Architect.

This cipher was, without a doubt, constructed by highly intelligent, very mystical and spiritual people who had a direct, gnostic connection to nature and to the conscious intelligence at work within the universe. I urge you to write out this cipher and keep it handy as you read through the remainder of this text as it will help you calculate the value of the
words as we unfold the mystical nature of pi. Below is a very abridged version of this cipher.

It is the language of mathematics. Without a firm understanding of basic mathematics and geometry, one cannot possibly comprehend the universe as a whole. The banner above the Platonic schools read “Let None Ignorant of Geometry Enter Here.” The root word of ignorant is ignore. The ancient Grecians understood that if one was ignorant of geometry and mathematics, one was essentially ignorant about all things. Pythagoras, one of the most revered mathematicians of all recorded history famously exclaimed “All is number.

Angles, arcs, ratios and geometries are all around us, in every corner of our world – every flower, every tree, every sunrise and sunset, every wave of sound bellowed from our mouths and every tick-tock of the clock works its magic through the laws, principles and essences of number. To ignore the fact that number rules all is to ignore the ingenious construction and glory of the world that we have inherited. There is an intelligent force, a great mystery, a great spirit within nature and that intelligence is speaking to us through the magic of number.

From the mind of God comes number. From number comes geometry. From geometry comes symbol. From symbol comes the letter and the letter comes from out our mouths. So tell me again, on whose behalf are we speaking?” – Claudia Pavonis


Pi is simply the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. If we make the diameter of a circle 1, its circumference will be 3.14159…

Pi is considered an infinite, irrational and transcendental number, or in other words, pi’s decimal places go on forever and never repeat.

Why does such a simple geometric measure yield us this infinite set of digits?

Pi is considered an infinite, irrational and transcendental number, or in other words, pi’s decimal places go on forever and never repeat. Pi is hiding within the mathematical structure of our alphabet and have explored some of the many other places where this ratio shows its face (the Great Pyramid of Giza being a prime example), securing the fact that pi must have been important to our ancient brethren. Whoever moved, carved, sanded and placed those enormous stones making up the Great Pyramid and whoever fabricated, channeled or constructed the English Alphabet, without any doubt whatsoever, did these things with pi in mind. What is so mysterious about this ratio? Why do pi’s decimal places unfurl boundlessly and never repeat?

Lets tackle pi using symbolism, language, philosophy and occult and esoteric methodologies.Pi is a number that was given to us by a creator as something to focus on – a key, central vertex in the archetypal architecture of our cosmos. For somewhere within this grand ratio, this most puzzling of mathematical constants, is an answer to the mystery of our world.

Phi, Pi and the Great Pyramid of Egypt at Giza

There is debate as to the geometry used in the design of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. Built around 2560 BC, its once flat, smooth outer shell is gone and all that remains is the roughly-shaped inner core, so it is difficult to know with absolute certainty. The outer shell remains though at the cone, so this does help to establish the original dimensions.

There is evidence, however, that the design of the pyramid may embody these foundations of mathematics and geometry:

  • Phi, the Golden Ratio that appears throughout nature.

  • Pi, the circumference of a circle in relation to its diameter.

  • The Pythagorean Theorem – Credited by tradition to mathematician Pythagoras (about 570 – 495 BC), which can be expressed as a² + b² = c².

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“We’re captive on the carousel of time. We can’t return we can only look behind from where we came and go round and round and round in the circle game.” – Joni Mitchell (The Circle Game)

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