SOWER’S SEVENS IN VATICAN ANTI-WOMEN DOCUMENTS

It would seem the Vatican cannot resist hiding Sower’s Sevens in their documents.

__What are Sower’s Sevens?__

Sower’s Sevens are a biblical “70 x 7” factor hidden in a document. With application of the Sower’s parables numbers (100-60-30 and 30-60-100) to a number set in the document, using simple arithmetic, the embedded sevens emerge.

__What are the odds?__

On this blog, I now have 40 examples of Sower’s Sevens in various texts. What are the odds of getting a “70 x 7” as a factor? The odds are 1 in 490, but since I add a factor of 10 in the process of doing the arithmetic, the odds are 1 in 49. What are the odds of getting a “70 x 7” in 40 examples? The odds are 1 in 7^40 (one in seven to the 40th power) – astronomical.

__Where to find 70 x 7 and 30-60-100 in the Bible__:

Seven is a favored number in the Bible. The biblical “**70** x **7**” is found printed (not hidden) in *Matthew* 18:22 (footnote *NRSV*) and also in *Genesis* 4:24. By the way, I believe that means seventy times sevenfold (*DRA*), not 77 times.

The Sower’s Parables numbers can be found at: (1) *Matthew* 13:8 (100, 60, 30); (2) *Matthew *13:23 (100, 60, 30); (3) *Mark* 4:8 (30, 60, 100); (4) *Mark *4:20 (30, 60, 100); and (5) *Luke* 8:8 (100).

__Seven solutions:__

Here are solutions that show you how to find the Sower’s Sevens in the three infamous Vatican documents that prohibit womenpriests. I also add a document from Vatican II that is less than friendly to women.

__Solution 1: Inter Insigniores__

Step by step

The set of numbers in the solution is the number heading of each section followed by the number of paragraphs in that section, as follows:

Section 1 – 4 paragraphs;

2 – 4;

3 – 4;

4 – 7;

5 – 9;

6 – 7

Thus, the finished number set of 12 values is:

1, 4, 2, 4, 3, 4, 4, 7, 5, 9, 6, 7

The trick is to not count the last two paragraphs in section 6 which are part of the signature.

Taking the first even value, followed by the first odd value, etc.

4, 3, 4, 7, 6, 7

Arranging in three subsets in the order produced and summing

4, 3 = 7

4, 7 = 11

6, 7 = 13

Multiplying with Sower’s parables numbers 100, 60, 30

100 x 7 = 700

60 x 11 = 660

30 x 13 = 390

Sum of products = 1,750, factor of 70

Multiplying with Sower’s parables numbers 30, 60, 100

30 x 7 = 210

60 x 11 = 660

100 x 13 = 1,300

Sum of products = 2,170, factor of 70

Sum of sums of products = 2,170 + 1,750 = 3,920 = **70 x 7** x 8

__Solution 2: Inter Insigniores__

Same number set as above which is

Taking the first even value, followed by the first odd value, etc.

4, 3, 4, 7, 6, 7

Arranging in ascending order

3, 4, 4, 6, 7, 7

Placing in subsets

3, 4, 4

6, 7, 7

Adding vertically

9, 11, 11

Multiplying with Sower’s parables numbers 100, 60, 30

100 x 9 = 900

60 x 11 = 660

30 x 11 = 330

Sum of products = 1,890, factor of 70

Multiplying with Sower’s parables numbers 30, 60, 100

30 x 9 = 270

60 x 11 = 660

100 x 11 = 1,100

Sum of products = 2,030, factor of 70

Sum of sums of products = 2,030 + 1,890 = 3,920, factor of **70 x 7** x 8

Same result as in solution 1 above

__Solution 3: Mulieris Dignitatem__

Step by step

The universe of values is the number of items per Roman numeral heading, as follows:

I – 2

II – 3

III – 3

IV – 3

V – 5

VI – 6

VII – 5

VIII – 3

IX – 1

Arranging in three sets in the order produced

2, 3, 3

3, 5, 6

5, 3, 1

Summing vertically

10, 11, 10

Multiplying with Sower’s parables numbers 100, 60, 30

100 x 10 = 1,000

60 x 11 = 660

30 x 10 = 300

Sum of products = 1,960, factor **70 x 7** x 4

Multiplying with Sower’s parables numbers 30, 60, 100

30 x 10 = 300

60 x 11 = 660

100 x 10 = 1,000

Sum of products = 1,960, factor **70 x 7** x 4

Sum of sum of products = 1,960 + 1,960 = 3,920, factor of **70 x 7** x 8

Same result as solutions 1 and 2 above

__Solution 4: Ordinatio Sacerdotalis__

I was not able to find a Sower’s Sevens solution in the text which has 12 paragraphs (not counting the closing paragraphs) and 12 footnotes, twelve being a special number in the Bible.

However, there may be a Sower’s Sevens solution in the signature line, “*From the Vatican, on May 22, the Solemnity of Pentecost, in the year 1994, the sixteenth of my Pontificate.*”

May = 5th month = 5

22

Pentecost = 50 or 5 [chose 5 here and 50 in the next solution]

19 [break the year apart as in the Kensington Rune stone solution]

94

16th = 16

So a set of 6 values, arranged in the order produced

5, 22, 5, 19, 94, 16

Arranged in ascending order, placed in three subsets in order produced, and summed

5, 5 = 10

16, 19 = 35

22, 94 = 116

Multiplying with Sower’s parables numbers 100, 60, 30

100 x 10 = 1,000

60 x 35 = 2,100

30 x 116 = 3,480

Sum of products = 6,580, factor 70

Multiplying with Sower’s parables numbers 30, 60, 100

30 x 10 = 300

60 x 35 = 2,100

100 x 116 = 11,600

Sum of products = 14,000, factor of 7,000

Sum of sums of products = 20,580 = **70 x 7 x 7** x 6

A biblical **70 x 7** and a ** seven-cubed** !!!

__Solution 5: Ordinatio Sacerdotalis__

Another solution for the signature line, this time substituting 50 for 5 in “Pentecost.”

A set of 6 values, arranged in the order produced

5, 22, 50

19, 94, 16

Summed vertically to yield three subsets

24, 116, 66

Multiplying with Sower’s parables numbers 100, 60, 30

100 x 24 = 2,400

60 x 116 = 6,960

30 x 66 = 1,980

Sum of products = 11,340, factor of 70

Multiplying with Sower’s parables numbers 30, 60, 100

30 x 24 = 720

60 x 116 = 6,960

100 x 66 = 6,600

Sum of products = 14,280, factor of 70

Difference of sums of products = 14,280 minus 11,340 = 2,940, factor **70 x 7** x 6

Taking a difference has worked with other Papal documents

__Solution 6: Gaudium Et Spes__

Step by step

There are 12 headings in the document. Solve using the number of items per heading.

Preface, 1 – 10, 10 items

Part I, 11, 1 item

Ch 1, 12 – 22, 11 items

Ch 2, 23 – 32, 10 items

Ch 3, 33 – 39, 7 items

Ch 4, 40 – 45, 6 items

Part II, 46, 1 item

Ch 1, 47 – 52, 6 items

Ch 2, 53 – 62, 10 items

Ch 3, 63 – 72, 10 items

Ch 4, 73 – 76, 4 items

Ch 5, 77 – 93, 17 items

Values in order produced are

10, 1, 11, 10, 7, 6, 1, 6, 10, 10, 4, 17

Arrange in ascending order, in three subsets, sum

1, 1, 4, 6 = 12

6, 7, 10, 10 = 33

10, 10, 11, 17 = 48

Multiplying with Sower’s parables numbers 100, 60, 30

100 x 12 = 1,200

60 x 33 = 1,980

30 x 48 = 1,440

Sum of products = 4,620, factor 70

Multiplying with Sower’s parables numbers 30, 60, 100

30 x 12 = 360

60 x 33 = 1,980

100 x 48 = 4,800

Sum of products = 7,140, factor 70

Sum of sums of products = 7,140 + 4,620 = 11,760, factor of **70 x 7** x 24

This is the same as **3,920** x 3 or **1,960** x 6, which are 7-factors found in other documents.

__Solution 7: Gaudium Et Spes__

Same values as in solution 6, which are

10, 1, 11, 10, 7, 6, 1, 6, 10, 10, 4, 17

Arrange in ascending order, as if preparing to sum vertically into three subsets

1, 1, 4

6, 6, 7

10, 10, 10

10, 11, 17

Instead take the first odd value, then the first even value, etc. going down columns, arrange in three subsets and sum

1, 6, 1 = 8

6, 11, 4 = 21

7, 10, 17 = 34

Multiplying with Sower’s parables numbers 30, 60, 100

30 x 8 = 240

60 x 21 = 1,260

100 x 34 = 3,400

Sum of products = 4,900, factor of **70 x 7** x 10

Also it factors into **70 x 70 **likely even more special

__Links__

Here are the links for the anti-women documents I analyze for Sower’s Sevens in this post:

Inter Insigniores (Paul VI)

Mulieris Dignitatem (John Paul II)

Ordinatio Sacerdotalis (John Paul II)

I also analyze Gaudium Et Spes, while not specifically an anti-women document, still hardly enlightened on the subject of women.

See sidebar for more posts on Sower’s Sevens and Vatican – “by the Popes,” “Hidden Papal Sevens.” So far at least four Popes have hidden sevens.

Posted on September 9, 2016

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