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Coral Castle 

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Edward Leedskalnin knew the secrets of the ancient builders. The secret of all secrets. 

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Let's see what clues Ed has left behind for us. 

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The word admission has been shortened by Edward Leedskalnin to three letters  ADM. 

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ADM, when reduced to numbers, gives a result of 144. 

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A = 1, D = 4, M = 4. 

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The number 144 is the most important number with respect to how this technology functions. 

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The cutaway at the top, the potision of the 144 (ADM), and the DROP BELOW point are all precise, deliberate clues. 

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Edward Leedskalnin left these clues so that the solution could be rediscovered one day. 

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Where are the clues? 

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Just as incredible, I have found another source of precisely the same information. 

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The secrets of magnetism are on these walls. 

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It's them freemasons.(The Grand Lodge, Philadelphia  Norman Hall Room) 

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Clues at Coral Castle 

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This is a rotating wheel of magnets. We call it the flywheel. 

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It is part of the actual decide that Ed built and used to nullify the weight of enormous stones. 

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The flywheel consists of Ushapped magnets divided into 24 parts. 

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The position of everything in it becomes very interesting once we understand some of the clues. 

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The shape of a hexagram, The Star of David, is all over Coral Castle. 

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Outside the front, above the bathrub, and in the water. 

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From a technical, constructive perspective, these are the six points we are interested in. 

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You can see them here. 

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We find this same star pattern in the center of the flywheel itself. 

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The "star" is covered in the magnetic fields of the 24 magnets surrounding it. 

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The poles of all the magnets are bent so that they point outwards. 

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This means that there are 24 North Poles, and 24 South Poles, pointing outwards. 

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This gives us a total of 48 streams of 'magnets' pointing outwards from the star. 

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There are exactly 48 streams of 'magnets' around this star.(Please, count them!) 

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Both North and South magnetism is shown by the two variations. (24 of each.) 

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These 'individual magnets' as Leedskalnin would call them, are depicted exactly like this in his book, 'Magnetic Current'. 

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We can take this symbolism in the temple much, much further.(Just in case you had any doubts.) 

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The book 'Magnetic Current', written and published by Edward Leedskalnin in 1945, shows the way 'magnets' travel in a wire. 

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It's those beads of magnetism. 

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Outside the front of Coral Castle, a large sign greets visitors. 

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The sign has a drawing of the sun with 16 points. 

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Just above the star... 

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Now it's really a party! 

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The 16fold pattern can be generated by the star.This is the patern we need to interact with! (Using a pyramid shape) 

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Note: This is a masons Level. 

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We don't have to go far. It's on the same sign, with the sun. Another clue. 

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RING BELL. 

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Ring it twice. 

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Notice how the drop point is at the bottom part of the star. 

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Incredible. Clues are hidden in the alignment. 

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In short, the Norman Hall room at the Grand Masonic Lodge in Philadelphia is dedicated to this great secret. 

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Just like Coral Castle. 

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Now that cat's really out of the bag.(I hope those masons with the funny hats don't mind...) 

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...and the roof is covered in pyramids, but first... 

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The Numbers 

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Engraved on a wall at Coral Castle, Edward Leedskalnin left another clue. 

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This is the most important clue at the entire site. 

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7129 6105195 

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7129 6105195. Many have theorized. 

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For the first time anywhere, I will show you exactly what these numbers mean, and how they apply to the Secret of the Universe. 

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7129 6105195. These are two separate
, but related sets of numbers.


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The initial answers can be found in prime numbers. 

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The solution also related to:The Golden Ratio, Phi (1.618), The Square Root of Phi (1.272), Ed's Flywheel, The resulting 16fold pattern, A Pyramid and a Right Angle, and Prime Quadruplets. 

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Because the flywheel is divided over the 24 magnets, each magnet takes up 15 degrees. 

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360°/24 magnets = 15° for each magnet. 

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By starting at 15°, magnet 1 is at 15°, magnet 2 is at 30°, magnet 3 is at 45°, and so on. 

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We can draw these angles into a circle that represents our flywheel. 

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15°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 75°, ... 360° 

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With this, we can begin to apply the secrets. 

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The Secret of the Numbers 

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7129 6105195.
The first step is to understand how the numbers need to be divided.


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7 1296 105 195 

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Prime NumbersA prime number is any whole number that has only two divisors: 1 and itself. 

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The first 24 prime numbers are:2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43, 47, ,53, 59, 61, 67, 71, 73, 79, 83, 89. 

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7 129. The sequence of numbers that relate to this part of the code will now be revealed. 

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The Sequence of Prime Sums 

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By adding primes together, we arrive at an important sequence of numbers. 

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The first number in the sequence is:The first prime number on its own. 2 

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The second number in the sequence is:The first prime number plus the second prime number. 2 + 3 = 5 

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The third number in the sequence is:The first, second, and third prime numbers added together. 2 + 3 + 5 = 10 

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This continues... 

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Here are the first 24 numbers generated by adding prime numbers in this way. 

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The Sequence of Prime Sums
2, 5, 10, 17, 28, 41, 58, 77, 100, 129, 160, 197, 238, 281, 328, 381, 440, 501, 568, 639, 712, 791, 874, 963.


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Back to the Code 

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7 129
Everything in this part of the code derives from the sequence of adding prime numbers.


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7 129
There is where the 129 comes from.


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7 129
This is where the 129 comes from.


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The Sequence of Prime Sums
129
The validity of this sequence will also be reconfirmed later.


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We need to add these new values onto our circular chart. 

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17, 28, 41, 58... 

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129 falls in line with 150°. 

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129 at 150°. 

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On our wheel, we now have degrees and the sequence of prime sums. Both of these are spread over the 24 parts of the wheel. 

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Right Angles at Coral Castle 

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Edward Leedskalnin left clues about 90° right angles. 

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Proudly set upon the North Wall. 

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From the center of the star. 

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There is a right angle of 90 degrees in these numbers.


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6 105 195
What about this part of the code?


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These are 90° apart, creating a right angle.
They also both happen to be intervals of 15, fitting perfectly into our wheel.


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150 degrees to 195 degrees. 

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7 129
6 105 195
The 129 value is in the exact center of the right angle created by 105 degrees and 195 degrees.


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105° to 195°. 

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What else is so special about a right angle around 105° to 195° 

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There is much more to this angle than meets the eye... 

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And it's GOLDEN. 1.618 

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Prime Quadruplets 

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Prime Quadruplets are one of the most important keys to understanding the code. 

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This line of the code is all about prime quadruplets (and angles).


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A prime quadruplet is not as complicated as it might sound. 

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When you have 4 normal prime numbers as close as they can possibly be, you have a prime quadruplet. 

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Simply, a prime quadruplet is a set of 4 prime numbers that are very close together. 

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An example prime quadruplet.
821, 823, 827, 829.
All values in a prime quadruplet are prime numbers. 

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Prime Quadruplets are very rare. So rare, that there are only 7 prime quadruplets under 2000. 

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Prime Quadruplets under 2000
1: 5, 7, 11, 13
2: 11, 13, 17, 193: 101, 103, 107, 1094: 191, 193, 197, 1995: 821, 823, 827, 8296: 1481, 1483, 1487, 14897: 1871, 1873, 1877, 1879 

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The Centers of Prime Quadruplets 

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The magic starts to happen when we look at the values in the center of each prime quadruplet. 

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Example: 821, 823, 827, 829 In this prime quadruplet, the two middle values are 823, 827. 

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821, 823, [825], 827, 829 This means that thee center value would be 825, half way between 823 and 827. 

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821, 823, [825], 827, 829 Note that the center values of prime quadruplets (like 825) are not prime numbers themselves.(825 is not prime, but 821, 823, 827 and 829 are.) 

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Simply: Prime quadruplets are holding very special numbers at their centers! 

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This is where the magic happens. 

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Prime Quadruplets Center Values
1: 5, 7, [9], 11, 132: 11, 13, [15], 17, 193: 101, 103, [105], 107, 1094: 191, 193, [195], 197, 1995: 821, 823, [825], 827, 8296: 1481, 1483, [1485], 1487, 14897: 1871, 1873, [1875],1877, 1879


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Soon, for the first time, I will show you were the Golden Ratio, Phi, is hiding (twice) in the prime quadruplets!
Both times in the very centers of the prime quadruplets!
(Never anywhere else.)


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The Centers of Prime Quadruplets Correspond with Angles 

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Remember this?


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105 195 Both of these numbers are at the centers of prime quadruplets! 

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1: 5, 7, [9], 11, 132: 11, 13, [15], 17, 193: 101, 103, [105], 107, 1094: 191, 193, [195], 197, 199
5: 821, 823, [825], 827, 829
6: 1481, 1483, [1485], 1487, 14897: 1871, 1873, [1875],1877, 1879 

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Remember  there are only 7 prime quadruplets under 2000. And these numbers from Ed's code (105 and 195) both fall into their centers! The odds? Astronomical! And just to rub it in for sure, they also make Phi, as you will see... 

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105 195 Before, I also showed that these two values form a right angle around 129. 

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105° to 195° 

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This part of the code 6 105 195 is important with respect to both angles AND prime quadruplets. 

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Now we know the following relationships. 

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7 129  The sequence of prime sums.
6 105 195  Prime quadruplets and angles.


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7 129
6 105 195
These facts are confirmed again when we examine the meaning of the 7 and the 6. 

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Prime Sequence Numbers 

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You have seen that prime numbers are important to many aspects of the solution. 

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However, it is not just the prime numbers themselves that are important. 

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Their actual position in the prime number sequence is highly significant! 

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Sequence Number  Prime Number
1  2
2  33  54  75  116  13 

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This can be called the Prime Sequence Number. 

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It's simple. The 10th prime number (29) has a prime sequence number of 10, and so on. Because it is the 10th prime number. 

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Phi in prime quadruplets. 

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Remember the prime quadruplets? 

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1: 5, 7, [9], 11, 132: 11, 13, [15], 17, 193: 101, 103, [105], 107, 1094: 191, 193, [195], 197, 1995: 821, 823, [825], 827, 8296: 1481, 1483, [1485], 1487, 14897: 1871, 1873, [1875],1877, 1879 

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To find Phi we need to look at the Prime Sequence Numbers of the values in the Prime Quadruplets. 

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This table shows the prime sequence numbers next to the prime numbers that make up the prime quadruplets. 

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As an example:
The second prime quadruplet is: 11, 13, 17, 19
These values have prime sequence numbers of: 5, 6, 7, 8


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What about the centers of the prime quadruplets? 

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The centers of prime quadruplets aren't prime numbers, but we need to assign them prime sequence numbers as well.
(For the secrets to be revealed!)


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We are now going to examine the two prime quadruplets that are related to this part of the code.


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6 105 195 Recall that the 105 and 195 both happen to be at the centers of two consecutive prime quadruplets. 

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By using the associated prime quadruplets, we can find Phi.
And this only works for the two prime quadruplets from Ed's Code.
(None of the others!)


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This table shows the prime sequence numbers next to the values of this quadruplet.101 [26], 103 [27], 105 [?], 107 [28], 109 [29]191 [43], 193 [44], 195 [?]. 197 [45], 199 [46] 

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7129
6105195
Engraved by Edward Leedskalnin.


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Phi at Last 

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We will now assign Prime Sequence Numbers to the center values of the Prime Quadruplets. 

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The first prime quadruplet here is 101, 103, 107, 109.
101 [26], 103 [27], 105 [?], 107 [28], 109 [29]
191 [43], 193 [44], 195 [?]. 197 [45], 199 [46]
It's prime numbers are at prime sequence positions 26, 27, 28 and 29. 

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The center value of the first prime quadruplets is 105.101 [26], 103 [27], 105 [?], 107 [28], 109 [29]191 [43], 193 [44], 195 [?]. 197 [45], 199 [46] It is surrounded by prime numbers that have sequence positions 27 and 28. 

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So we assign 105 a prime sequence position of 27.5. 101 [26], 103 [27], 105 [?], 107 [28], 109 [29]191 [43], 193 [44], 195 [?]. 197 [45], 199 [46]We do the same for 195. The center of 44 and 45 is 44.5. 

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We now have prime sequence numbers for the 105 and 195. 101 [26], 103 [27], 105 [27.5], 107 [28], 109 [29]191 [43], 193 [44], 195 [44.5]. 197 [45], 199 [46] 27.5 and 44.5 

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The ratio of these numbers is precisely... Phi. 

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44.5/27.5 = 1.618 

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Prime Quadruplets help to define the very reality we exist in. 

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6 105 195 And Edward Leedskalnin knew all about them. 

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7 129 6 105 195101 [26], 103 [27], 105 [27.5]
, 107 [28], 109 [29] 191 [43], 193 [44], 195 [44.5]
. 197 [45], 199 [46] Phi in the center.


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This alone, is far beyond the possibility of coincidence. 

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Everything else fits into the prime quadruplets as well. 

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ADM.10c.
DROP BELOW.
Remember ADM = 144. 

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ADM.10c.
DROP BELOW.
There are sets of prime quadruplets at prime sequence positions 144 and 288. 

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ADM.10c.
DROP BELOW.
(This is amazing, remember  there are only 7 prime quadruplet sets under 2000.) 

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And every single one deserves extensive study. 

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1: 5, 7, [9], 11, 132: 11, 13, [15], 17, 193: 101, 103, [105], 107, 1094: 191, 193, [195], 197, 1995: 821, 823, [825], 827, 8296: 1481, 1483, [1485], 1487, 14897: 1871, 1873, [1875],1877, 1879 

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And then I'll show you how 144 

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Makes Phi. 

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Again! 

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The magic is being held in at the center of the prime quadruplets. 

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The Pyramid and the Right Angles. 

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A pyramid shape, like the Great Pyramid in Egypt, has a slope angle of 51.83° 

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From a side perspective... 

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51.83° 

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If a right angle is drawn from the center of the base, it creates a division through each side. 

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51.83° 

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The ratio of the two divisions created is always the same:
1.272 : 1.0


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Length: 1.272 / Length 1.0 51.83° 

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For example: If the total slope length of the pyramid side is 2272, it will be divided as: 1272 in the upper portion, and 1000 in the lower portion. 

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Where the total slope length is 2272: 1272 and 1000. 

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There is something else you should know about 1.272. 

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It is the square root of Phi!
SqRt(1.618) = 1.272


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We have a direct connection: Right Angles
The Pyramid ShapeThe Square Root of Phi (1.272) 