# Category Archives: Number puzzles

## SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN

What is so special about “70 x 7,” the factor that emerges in many parts of the Bible through calculation with the Sower’s numbers (30-60-100 or 100-60-30)? I like the answer I’ve come up with in my post on … Continue reading

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## HOW TO USE THE SOWER’S PARABLES NUMBERS

Just simple arithmetic: add, multiply, and divide You can use the Sower’s Parables numbers (30 60 100 and 100 60 30) to reveal a hidden factor of “seventy times seven” embedded in the sacred text. HOW TO USE THE … Continue reading

The presence of Sower’s sevens argues for a common sponsor for all the ancient texts that have such common number patterns.   Now that a year has sped by since I discovered the Sower’s sevens, can I still call it … Continue reading

## COINCIDENCE, CONSPIRACY, OR SACRED CHARISM?

This is a new discovery about the Bible! Are results with the Sower’s parables numbers (30, 60, 100 or 100, 60, 30) a coincidence, a lucky charm, a secret code by conspirators, or a special gift? The Sower’s parables numbers, … Continue reading

## 1 CORINTHIANS LOVE RIDDLE

How to use the Sower’s parables numbers 30, 60, 100 “And now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; and the greatest of these is love.” (1 Corinthians 13:13 (NRSV))  The previous verse (13:12) contains the word “riddle” (NRSV footnote). … Continue reading

## READ FOUR BOOKS AS ONE

Links to cubes at the end Visions of the golden ratio In the New Testament. My experience with the Loaves and Fishes Puzzle  and also with the Sower’s Puzzle, both elsewhere on this blog, lead me to experience the Gospel … Continue reading

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