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Golden Number linked to 666

  1. May 6, 2005 #1
    Golden Number linked to 666
    Formal Proof needed



    Hello,

    While working on my websites on 666 Myth ( http://www.666myth.co.nr/ French = http://www.666mythe.co.nr/ ), on Pope Benedict 16 - Mark 666 ( http://www.chez.com/cosmos2000/Forums/NEWS_MemoryPopeJohnPaul_II.html ) and on Isomorphous Triplets ( http://www.chez.com/cosmos2000/Numbers/IsomorphousTriplets.html ), I have found recently direct links between the Beast Number 666 and the famous Golden Number Phi, well-known by Pythagoras, Leonardo da Vinci, Vitruvian Man ... and in Sacred Geometry, in architecture and many natural phenomenons. This unexpected and incredible relation 666 versus Phi may constitute a way for the Rehabilitation of 666 !!! ...

    First we have this curious relations:

    666 = 7^3 pi (Phi – 1) = 7^3 pi phi or 666 = (6/5) 7^3 Phi
    with pi = 3.141593 Phi = 1.618034 phi = Phi -1 = 0.618034 and 7^3 = cubic of 7

    Besides, after computing some sinus and cosines [a good online Trigonometry calculator available at http://www.1728.com/trigcalc.htm ], expressed in Degrees and absolute values, we obtain:

    Phi /2 = sin 666º = cos 324º = cos 216º = cos 144º = cos 36º = 0.80901699...
    Phi = 2sin 666º = 2cos 324º = 2cos 216º = 2cos 144º = 2cos 36º = 1,61803399...
    Phi = sin 666º + cos 216º = sin 666º + cos (6x6x6)º
    Phi = cos 144º + cos 36º = cos [(6+6) x (6+6)]º + cos (6 x 6)º
    Phi = sin 666º + cos 144º = sin 666º + cos [(6+6) x (6+6)]º

    But, I am wondering if there could exist formal mathematical proofs for this 666 and Golden Number links.

    Thanks for advice and help.
     
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  3. May 6, 2005 #2

    Zurtex

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    What do you consider Phi to be? A lot of your trig equations give the negative number:

    [tex]-\frac{1}{2} \left(1 + \sqrt{5} \right)[/tex]
     
  4. May 6, 2005 #3

    dextercioby

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    Hold on a second.

    cos 144° is negative and is not equal to cos 36° which is positive and just then worry about beasts and popes...

    Daniel.
     
  5. May 6, 2005 #4

    arildno

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    Here's a DIRECT LINK BETWEEN [tex]\pi[/tex] and 666!!
    1) [tex]\pi[/tex] is approximately 3.14, so [tex]20*\pi[/tex] is 628.

    2) Note the difference 666-628=38
    This is EXACTLY 2*17, but 2+17=20-1, and 20 was the factor by which we originally multiplied [tex]\pi[/tex] with.
    3) But, [tex]20*\pi[/tex] doesn't exactly equal 628, but when you remember that the smallest inaccuracy you can measure with integers is 1, then we see that there is a truly devious relation between [tex]\pi[/tex] and 666 after all!!

    4) Thus, 666 is already "rehabilitated", we don't need your relation to the golden ratio to establish that.
    [tex]\pi[/tex] is a lot more important than [tex]\phi[/tex], so just throw your useless "proof" into the waste paper basket.
     
  6. May 6, 2005 #5

    matt grime

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    That's one hell of a curious use of the equals sign, since nothing there is equal to anything else.
     
  7. May 6, 2005 #6

    shmoe

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    On the contrary, you've only managed to show that the ratio of a circles circumference to it's diameter* is in fact in league with demonic forces.


    *in light of your post I dare not utter it's true name, Pielzebub. Ah nuts.
     
  8. May 6, 2005 #7

    arildno

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    OF COURSE!!

    Now, I finally realize why [tex]\pi[/tex] transcends reality!!!

    But, in light of this, shouldn't we be more careful in using it, say use squares and boxes instead of circles and spheres?
     
  9. May 6, 2005 #8
    Pi and 666

    By interpreting the decimal point in pi like a sign of multiplication and by considering per pairs the first ten decimals of pi you have the link with number 666:
    pi = 3.1415926536 ...3x(14+15+92+65+36) = 3 x 222 = 666

    Besides, about your number 20 and pi links, we have:
    e^pi - pi = 19.999099979... ≈ 20 ≈ Whole number
     
  10. May 6, 2005 #9

    dextercioby

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    I bet he can't show that a transcendental times an irrational algebraic never ever give a rational algebraic...

    Daniel.
     
  11. May 6, 2005 #10
    There is also a formula about this :

    [tex] y!a\pi\in i\cup f(a)ce?[/tex]
     
  12. May 6, 2005 #11

    Alkatran

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    There's also a direct link between ONE a 666!

    Look:
    1 * 666 = 666

    Oh my god! you have to multiply it by the beast to get the beast!!

    And on top of that, 1+1 = 2!
    2+1 = 3!
    ALL INTEGERS ARE UNHOLY AND MUST BE DESTROYED!!!!
     
  13. May 6, 2005 #12
    Yes..that's what my formula explains too....

    look : y is a functional on the probability space defined by circles (i.e. [tex] a\pi [/tex]) and not circles f(a)....so you have either circle or not circle.....that's the formalist interpretation of U...

    But now : in a greek version of the previous, then clearly [tex] Greek(f)=\phi [/tex]

    Since obviously 6 is a mirror transform of 9, which is again linked to the imaginary number i by the application of the speed of light c on the electron e.

    NB: : Note here that elektron=greek(amber)...)

    Why this ?

    Just because 6 can be linked to the color yellow which is the color of amber..

    Never noticed that fact ?
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    You missed somthing : just take a point particle and accelerate with acceleration a to the speed of light, if you just push it again, it will go into the imaginary space....

    So what is the maximum of [tex]\phi(a) [/tex] ?

    It maybe need help from specialists, but this should be at a=0.

    From this we easily conclude that :

    [tex] 666=6\sum_{\phi=0}^2\cos^e(2\pi*\phi)*10^\phi [/tex]

    Conclusion : [tex] e [/tex] is linked to [tex]\pi\textrm{ and }\phi[/tex]

    Of course the modern english interpretation of [tex] y!a\pi\in i\cup f(a)ce [/tex] is "why not a pie in i_or face ?"
     
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  14. May 6, 2005 #13
    Mmm... [tex]0*666=0[/tex], and only God can vanquish the devil, therefore [tex]0[/tex] is God!

    [tex]-666[/tex] is Jesus or something, I dunno.
     
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  16. May 6, 2005 #15
    General theory for Isomorphous Triplets

    Hello Guys,

    THANKS for so many comments.

    Of course, transcendental is not algebraic, but there is no thing bad with approximations

    Actually, I am just trying to build some general theory for Isomorphous Triplets in form 111, 222, 333, ... , 999
    So the first set of equations, i.e. 666 = 7^3 pi (Phi – 1) = 7^3 pi phi or 666 = (6/5) 7^3 Phi , with pi = 3.141593 Phi = 1.618034 phi = Phi -1 = 0.618034 and 7^3 = cubic of 7, is just part of my general theory.

    I have already obtained these results:

    I) Golden Ratio Phi , Pi and Isomorphous Triplets Links

    111 = (1/5)7^3 Phi = (1/6)7^3pi phi
    222 = (2/5)7^3 Phi = (2/6)7^3pi phi
    333 = (3/5)7^3 Phi = (3/6)7^3pi phi
    444 = (4/5)7^3 Phi = (4/6)7^3pi phi
    555 = (5/5)7^3 Phi = (5/6)7^3pi phi
    666 = (6/5)7^3 Phi = (6/6)7^3pi phi
    777 = (7/5)7^3 Phi = (7/6)7^3pi phi
    888 = (8/5)7^3 Phi = (8/6)7^3pi phi
    999 = (9/5)7^3 Phi = (9/6)7^3pi phi


    NOTES :
    7^3 = 343 ----- > 3 4 + 3 ----- > 37
    Phi = 1.618034 7^3Phi = 554.985662 = 555
    phi = Phi -1 = 0.618034 7^3 pi phi = 665.972672 = 666
    Circle = 360º = 2 pi radians ----- > 1º = 2 pi/360 radians
    or 1º = pi/180 radians then: 30º = pi/6

    II) Basic Structure of Isomorphous Triplets

    3 x 37 = 37 x 3 x 1 = 111 ----- > 1+ 1 +1 = 3
    6 x 37 = 37 x 3 x 2 = 222 ----- > 2+ 2 +2 = 6
    9 x 37 = 37 x 3 x 3 = 333 ----- > 3+ 3+ 3 = 9
    12 x 37 = 37 x 3 x 4 = 444 ----- > 4+4+4 = 12
    15 x 37 = 37 x 3 x 5 = 555 ----- > 5+5+5 = 15
    18 x 37 = 37 x 3 x 6 = 666 ----- > 6+6+6 = 18
    21 x 37 = 37 x 3 x 7 = 777 ----- > 7+7+7 = 21
    24 x 37 = 37 x 3 x 8 = 888 ----- > 8+8+8 = 24
    27 x 37 = 37x 3 x 9 = 999 ----- > 9+9+9 = 27


    For more information:
    http://www.chez.com/cosmos2000/Numbers/IsomorphousTriplets.html
    666 Myth http://www.666myth.co.nr
    (French = http://www.666mythe.co.nr )
     
  17. May 6, 2005 #16

    arildno

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    [tex](3*N)*37=N*(3*37)=N*111[/tex]
    What's the big deal?
     
  18. May 6, 2005 #17

    Pengwuino

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    lol that thing with the #13 and john paul is hilarious.

    OMG this number is 13!!!!
    Omg this second number is also 13! except its multipled by 2
    Omg this third number is again, 13, except mulitipled by 54
    OMG look, another random as hell occasion where some multiple of a fairly small number emerged after adding together a buncnh of specific numbers!!!!!
     
  19. May 6, 2005 #18
    This line trivially implies all the others that you have in section (ii).

    None of the equalities in section (i) are true. If they were true, then the first line would trivially imply the others once again. The fact that the first line is not true trivially implies that all the others are not true.
     
  20. May 6, 2005 #19

    matt grime

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    there is if you declare them to be equal.
     
  21. May 6, 2005 #20
    It's interesting that you link 666 and [tex]\phi[/tex] since the new pope is Benedict XVI, and 16 is approx [tex]10\phi[/tex] (rounded to the nearest whole number).

    OMG!! We really ARE all gonna die!!!

    :surprised

    The Rev
     
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