Bible and its References to a Secret Code of Numbers. Here is a quote from one of my first books. It is called The Staff of God. Its 424 pages are written in quatrains. The book uses iambic pentameter. I sensed that what I wrote was related to me by an Indian spirit from the Lennie Lenape tribe. We encountered each other around Oquaga Lake in Deposit New York. There, she communicated on my morning on hikes. During this time was employed as the piano player at Scott’s. See the map for its location. She revealed hidden number codes alluded to in the Bible. That started my writing. It has continued for almost 40 years.
REFERENCES ARE ALSO IN THE BIBLE TO THIS LOST CODE
God works his will through the medium of the 3 x 3 number square
This grid of numbers has inspired kings and prophets
Masons have built their temples by this dormant code.
It has offered world leaders a sense of unity and purpose.
In 2,000 B.C. Emperor Yu in China
Saw a divine tortoise in the Yellow River.
The marks on the back of the tortoise gave him wisdom.
In its traditional arrangement, markings depicted the square of three (featured picture).
Plato in Laws alludes to a number code
That stood behind all ancient sciences (these were ancient even in his time).
It brought together government, divinity and astronomy.
For centuries it has remained a guarded secret.
The “way” or “straight track” is an integral part of the 3 x 3 number square.
A scripture in Isaiah alludes to this secret.
It openly uses the square’s characteristic numbers:
Its total (1 thru 9 being 45) and its center (5 which is the 2 -3).
Isaiah 45:2-3: I will go before thee; and make the crooked places straight. I will break in pieces the gates of brass, and cut asunder the bars of iron. And I will give you the treasure of darkness and hidden riches of secret places. That thou mayest know that I, the Lord, which call thee by thy name, am the God of Israel. Revisiting the blogs on DSOworks. will help in comprehending this “grain of mustard seed.” The Oquaga Spirit Speaks, through her 80 illustrated poems, is available on DSOworks.com.