Stonehenge Graces Judaism: Both Share Number- 352

Stonehenge Graces Judaism: Both Share a Key Number- 352.  First, why bother with numbers? Consider the words of Plato (/ˈplt/;[a][1] GreekΠλάτων[a] Plátōnpronounced [plá.tɔːn] in Classical Attic; 428/427 or 424/423[b] – 348/347 BC). He was a philosopher in Classical Greece and the founder of the Academy in Athens. It was the first institution of higher learning in the Western world.

 

Plato said: “Its chief advantage is that it wakes up the man who is by nature sleep and dull-witted. It makes him sharp and quick to learn beyond his natural ability by art divine.” My source for the measurements of Stonehenge given below is the City of Revelation. It was written by the Reverend John Michell.

Stonehenge Graces Judaism by Musical Number F-352/sec
Building sites by numbers used in diatonic scales was common around the world

At Stonehenge, 352 are this blog’s relevant number. It appears by foot, megalithic yard and mile:

  • The lintels of the sarsen circle are designed by units of 3.52 feet. This is by E.H. Stone’s measurements.
  • The average length of each lintel stone is 10.56 feet. That equals 3.52 English yards.
  • The average distance between the upright pillars is 3.52 feet.
  • The extreme outer diameter of the sarsen circle is 105.6 feet. That equals 105.6 feet, or 1/5 of a mile. Also = 35.2 English yards.

So How is it that  Stonehenge Graces Judaism?

The Hebrew nation came about some 2,000 years after Stonehenge. The key to the core of Judaism is also number 352. Here’s how. Letters doubled as numbers in many Middle Eastern languages, The declaration of one God is at the core of Judaism. This is declared with the opening six words of the Shema Yisroel prayer. Below is the spelling from the Torah. However, when spelled in the daily prayer book, the Siddur, the 4 -letter name of God is spelled with two letters- a double yud.  By the double yud spelling, the numerical value of these 6 key words are 1106. As a circle, the diameter by number of 1106 is virtually 352 ( 352.05…). The example here is the Torah spelling: יִשְׂרָאֵל:  יְהוָה אֱלֹהֵינוּ, יְהוָה אֶחָד. 

This illustration contains the double yud. The double yud is the Siddur spelling (prayer book).

Image result for The ancient Temple Plan picture on DSOworks.com

To reaffirm the numerical values of these letters consult with someone fluent in Hebrew.

The above words translate “Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is One.” The Hebrew is from Deuteronomy 6:4. Take the prayer book spelling. It equals 1106.  Now, look at the last two words in Deuteronomy 6:3. They translate to “milk and honey”. חָלָב, וּדְבָשׁ. Their numerical equivalent is 352. Here is how Stonehenge graces Judaism:

  • 352 by number is key to the  sarsen circle of Stonehenge as described above.
  • The last two words of Deuteronomy 6:3 forms the key that unlocks the first six words of Deuteronomy 6:4. As spelled in the Torah, the six words total 1118. This refers to another aspect of antiquity: The half diagonal of a square is longer than any of its sides by 1.118. The 1106 is found in the daily prayer book called the Siddur. This with the 1106 value of the six words, we one more have a double code.
  • Both Stonehenge and the Torah refer back to an even older tradition. Indeed, the Ancient Temple Plan is of extreme antiquity. Along the way,we can see how  Stonehenge graces Judaism.
Stonehenge Graces Deuteronomy by number 352.
An ancient, prehistoric tradition is found in Deuteronomy 6: 3-4.

What is our conclusion: Realize the unity of everything with the Creator. Then “milk and honey”, which is an analogy for  love, kindness and nourishment, will flow once more-  as it did in the distant past.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An illustration of the 1106 value is the Shema Yisroel in the Daily Prayer Book that is spanned by “milk and honey”

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