Showing God's mathematical pattern of Earth's geological and historic features,as well as that same pattern in the Heavens, Proving that Jesus was/is God's Son, and, that the prophets and stories of the world's religions and tribes are of God
God’s Math Pattern Of The Heavens And Earth : Showing The Common Link Of All Peoples
Note the Holy Cross of Farmlands of the Big Horn River, Wyoming at the tear’s apex, on the 45 00′ 00″N line.
Below: Chaco Canyon, on the 36 degree from the Native American Holy Mountain mathematical center
This National Geographic map ( with original labels removed ), is cued-up to the mathematical date of the winter solstice, the year 2000, with views from the north and south poles.
Note it’s shadow says that it’s right side, at least, is a thin sharp edge, which suggest it could be a shatter-point rock, knocked off by impact or weathering, and it landed and rolled to this spot.
How has it not fallen over, being so thin ? If we go by what science says, this event happened thousands of years ago, which makes one wonder why this has not blown-over, or moving sand slowly pushed it over.
The shatter-point rock-chip boulder also symbolically suggests the very claim as to why we are looking at this scene, ” are these geometric shapes in the rock carvings ? Because, this boulder is the same thing, and shape, as the rock-chips made when carving stone.
As if to say, ” yes, that is intelligent design and rock-shaping you see in the background.”
Note: Not all pages of proofs shown , also view blog post ( posted in no order) , be sure to get the print version for best experience.)
Also important to note : This is “Phase 1” of these findings, where just the basic cardinal angles and their simple divisors are being explored, the way in which everybody can understand and proof be established. Keeping this simple is the name of the game. I do believe there is a more complicated math in here, but, for now, I feel if the connections get too complicated, people will not believe it. Also, this is just the beginning findings, and not all of the world’s sites have been covered, and many important sites are only known by locals, so, if you do not see a particular site that you know, please contact.
View the blog posts for more pages and chapters not listed here.