# SEVENS EMERGE FROM SOWER’S TRIPLES

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SEVENS EMERGE FROM SOWER’S TRIPLES

This should not be happening.

I get the sense that I have opened a fortune cookie and inside the little paper says, “Help, I am trapped in a cookie factory.”

There is so much of what I will call intelligence in these number patterns.  It cries out for recognition.  And indeed as I have mentioned earlier, if we saw these number patterns being beamed at us from outer space, we would immediately take it as a message from intelligent aliens.  That is, we would but not those of us zoned out watching Fake News.

Let me start at the beginning.  The Sower’s parables make mention of these numbers:  100-60-30 and 30-60-100.  Two Bible passages make mention of 70 x 7.  In fact with application of the Sower’s parables numbers, some number sets in the Bible and in other texts, yield the 70 x 7 (how-to-use-the-sowers-parables-numbers)

This post is not about the Bible but rather is math, easy math.

Among the 1,000 three-digit numbers 0-999, there are 42 (7 x 6) three-digit numbers or ‘triples’ that yield a 70 x 7 with application of the Sower’s parables numbers.

There are 20 triples which yield 490 (70 x 7) with application left to right of 100-60-30

For example

411

4 x 100 = 400

1 x 60 = 60

1 x 30 = 30

Sum = 490 (70 x 7)

Here are the 20 “lefts” in ascending order (100 is on the left), each produces 490

129, 137, 145, 153, 298, 403, 411, 548, 556, 564, 572, 580, 806, 814, 822, 830, 967, 975, 983, 991

There are 20 triples which yield 490 (70 x 7) with application left to right of 30-60-100

For example

114

1 x 30 = 30

1 x 60 = 60

4 x 100 = 400

Sum = 490 (70 x 7)

Here are the 20 “rights” in ascending order (100 is on the right), each produces 490

038, 085, 114, 199, 228, 275, 304, 351, 389, 418, 465, 541, 579, 608, 655, 731, 769, 845, 892, 921

Strangely, none of the 20 lefts or 20 rights is divisible by 7.  Each left is the reverse of a right; for example, 411 is the reverse of 114.

When a left is added to its reverse right, then the sum is divisible by 7 in every case.  Amazing.  This should not be happening.

Example

114 + 411 = 525 (7 x 75)

For 6 of the 42 (1 in 7), the sum of a pair yields a factor of 7^3.

There are two triples that are symmetrical, and sum to 490 with application of the Sower’s parable numbers.  Both are divisible by 7.

161 and 959

The sum of the 42 triples is 22,211 (7 x 19 x 167), three primes, factor of 7.

Now I put the lefts, rights, and symmetricals together in one group of 42, in ascending order.  I apply the Sower’s numbers.

I take the first number, skip three, take a second number, skip three; thus skip seven between sets.

Example set one

038, 137, 199

100 x 038 = 3,800

60 x 137 = 8220

30 x 199 = 5970

Sum of products = 17990 factor 70

30 x 038 = 1140

60 x 137 = 8220

100 x 199 = 19900

Sum of products = 29260 factor 70

In the following chart you can see that each set yields a 7-factor, alternating with a 70 x 7 factor in the following set.  However, the sets that yield only a 7-factor then yield a 70 x 7 by taking the difference of sums of products.   So you do ultimately get a 70 x 7 in each set

Example from set one

29260 minus 17990 = 11270 factor 70 x 7

(Where I say factor of ‘70’ I do realize I have added a factor of 10.  However, getting a 7 x 7 would have to be against the odds.)

Chart of 42 in ascending order

skip three between subsets (skip seven between sets)

038         038, 137, 199      17990 factor 70                  29260 factor 70                  diff 11270 factor 70 x 7

085

114

129

137

145

153

161

199         199, 304, 411      50470 factor 70 x 7           65310 factor 70

228

275

298

304

351

389

403

411         411, 548, 579      91350 factor 70                  103110 factor 70               diff 11,760 factor 70 x 7

418

465

541

548

556

564

572

579         579, 731, 822      126420 factor 70 x 7         143430 factor 70

580

608

655

731

769

806

814

822         822, 921, 983      166950 factor 70               178220 factor 70               diff 11270 factor 70 x 7

830

845

892

921

959

967

975

983         983??

991

Very unusual to see a definite pattern of 70 x 7 emerging from a substrate of triples that does not seem to foster such a relationship.  Why is this happening?

All this is very similar to my discovery of the number patterns coming out of the powers of two, supposedly an entirely different substrate.  Further below I have pasted that finding so you are not tortured trying to find it elsewhere on this blog.

There is no reason I can think of why 70 x 7 should be spilling out of the powers of two with application of Sower’s parables numbers.  So this should not be happening either.  By putting 30-60-100 into the Gospel books, was the author signaling he/she knew something about the nature of the Universe?

Here I am thinking of the engravings on Pioneer, a NASA space probe sent to the ‘edge of the solar system,’ with drawings signaling that the probe’s builders knew something about science.  But they did not realize that any aliens would not be able to understand the drawings, very fortunately, because it includes directions on how to reach Earth.  Who in the world would invite aliens to come visit?  (Not real smart, y’all.)

I do enjoy examining the bars on my cage and hopefully, it is not a prison but rather like a play pen for a beloved child of the Divine.  Hopefully, I am inside the cage and not outside looking in on its Designer caught in his/her own creation like the proverbial fortune cookie factory prisoner.

Am I surprised to find the Sower’s Sevens (70 x 7) emerging from both the powers of two and from the 42 triples?  More like delighted.  I can already see that some patterns are repeated, after all, the gοlden ratio is repeated in both the five-pointed stαr and in the Fιbonacci series.

I was looking at the 42 triples as part of examining pi.  I don’t know if Sower’s Sevens are just decoration or are actually central to the Design (or maybe just nothing at all).  So far, pi does not appear to have any pattern, it is just fairly evenly uneven.  Sort of like what we experience daily here strung between Yin and Yang.  Perhaps I would need to know how to program a computer to make progress with pi.  The image above (‘unevenness in pi’) is my unfinished effort to find a Sower’s Sevens pattern in pi among triples and sets of 12, a pattern not yet found.  We hope that this Samsara is not irrevocable and that the Designer has left itself an escape hatch, as an eternity floundering in pi-place would be too long.

Update from May 9, 2015

THE TRIANGLE’S POWERS OF TWO PRODUCE SOWER’S SEVENS

This may be what I’ve been looking for these many years!!! . . .

It shows perhaps, the origin of the biblical “seventy times seven” and the Sower’s numbers in the Gospel (100-60-30 and 30-60-100).

Just a reminder, the rows of the Pascal’s Triangle sum to increasing powers of 2.

These powers of 2 produce Sower’s Sevens. Here is how.

The leftmost column in the chart below shows, obviously, the powers of 2 in ascending order.

Each number in the second column is the sum of the number above and the number to the left.

The third column shows that each third value in the second column is evenly divisible by 7. It would seem that this pattern may continue with each seventh result of a seven-factor being instead 7-squared.

The fourth and fifth columns in the chart are the sum of products obtained by multiplying three consecutive values in the second column with Sower’s numbers (100-60-30 and then 30-60-100). For example, (15 x 100) + (31 x 60) + (63 x 30) = 5250 (factor of 70); and then (15 x 30) + (31 x 60) + (63 x 100) = 8610 (factor of 70). If the three consecutive values in the second column are selected so that the third value is the value evenly divisible by 7, then the sum of products will be evenly divisible by 70. It would seem that every seventh sum of products yields a biblical factor of seventy times seven.

The fifth column divided by the fourth column approaches an approximate golden ratio if you don’t mind rounding up to 1.618 (for example, quotient in bottom row is 1.6176471411150741660343138936826).

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1                              1

2                              3

4                              7                              /7=1                       490 (70 x 7)         910 (70)

8                              15

16                           31

32                           63                           /7=9                       5250 (70)              8610 (70)

64                           127

128                         255

256                         511                         /7=73                    43330 (70)           70210 (70)

512                         1023

1024                       2047

2048                       4095                       /7=585                  347970 (70)         563010 (70 x 7)

4096                       8191

8192                       16383

16384                    32767                    /7=4681                2785090 (70)       4505410 (70)

32768                    65535

65536                    131071

131072                  262143                  /7=37449             22282050 (70)    36044610 (70)

262144                  524287

524288                  1048575

1048576                2097151                /7 x 7 =42799      178257730 (70)  288358210 (70)

2097152                4194303

4194304                8388607

8388608                16777215             /7=2396745         1426063170 (70 x 7)         2306867010 (70)

Posted December 21, 2016

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