First Christian Church is Doubly Coded.

Its holy design is based on the 3 x 3 number square. That is pictured below. All rows total 15. Three vertical ways are 4 + 3 + 8. Then 9 + 5+ 1. Finally, 2 + 7 + 6. The three horizontal ways are: 4 + 9 + 2. Then 3 + 5 + 7. Finally, 8 + 1 + 6. Then, we have the two diagonal ways: 4+5 + 6. Then, 2 + 5 + 8.

However, it also uses a code that has been hidden from the general public for 1000’s of years.

- View the square by 3 numbers at the time. Pair them by opposites. Their sum is always 1,110. Example, 492 + 618 = 1,110. Or, 951 + 159 = 1,110. The center becomes 555 average of these two numbers.

### Revitalizing our lost Golden Age.

The ancient civilizations looked at this square in every way possible. Our current civilization only looks at it in the simplest way. Examples of simplicity: any row totals 15. Or, opposite numbers equal 10. There are literally countless ways to find treasure in this “grain of mustard seed”.

### So Where is the Code for the First Christian Church?

For the answer, look at the featured picture in co-ordination with the 3 x 3 number square. Note the area of the inner circle is 166.5 square megalithic yards. The area of this holy shrine was for the deity for which the church was built. It was more significant the length and width. Now add the numbers of the square three at the time as follows:

- Three horizontally: 492 + 357 + 816 = 1665
- Three vertically: 438 + 951 + 276 = 1665

The inner sanctum area is 166.5 square megalithic yards. My source is John Michell. His book is *City of Revelation* published by Ballentine. It is in Chapter 4 entitled “The 12 Hides of Glaston”. p.46. The circular inner sanctum is in plain view. It was number that was important- not the unit of measure. The square of 3 comes with numbers. Not prescribed units of measure. Numbers even took precedence over decimal points. This proves beyond doubt the use of the “grain of mustard seed”.

My addition to ancient knowledge is in applying the 3 x 3 square. This was gleamed on Oquaga Lake. I merely went there to play the piano. Pianist/composer is still my profession.