A direct reference to the 3 x 3 magic square that I have been blogging about is found in Isaiah 45:2-3. The writer(s) of the Bible knew the method to use in order unlock this most ancient and hidden code. The biblical translation of verse 2: “I will go before thee, and make the crooked places straight; I will break in pieces the doors of brass, and cut asunder the bars of iron;” Verse 3: “and I will give thee the treasure of darkness, And hidden riches of secret places, That thou mayest know that I am the Lord, Who call thee by thy name, even the God of Israel.”
WORDS OF ISAIAH ARE REALIZED, FOR ME, AT OQUAGA LAKE ON BLUE STONE MOUNTAIN
Isaiah 45:2-3 is not only a direct reference to the code, but also Isaiah also gives the method to use to break it open. The revelation of the code ourred on Blue Stone Mountain on Oquaga Lake and was revealed to me by a spirit that I know as the Oquaga Spirit, I sensed that she was an old American Indian spirit from the Lennie Lenope Tribe that once lived in the area around Oquaga Lake. (see the 1st page). She also dictated, word for word, a poetry book that will be available soon on this website called The Oquaga Spirit Speaks. I will try, to the best of my recollection, to give the sequence and the manner my enlightenment happened.
Our family was staying in Blue Stone Farm on Blue Stone Mountain during a summer of drought. We were forced to move because our well dried up.
I was resting in bed and looking out the window at beauty the farm. Knowing that we were going to leave that day, the Spirit suddenly appeared and said: “If you wish to know the secrets of the Universe, remove the grid around the numbers of the magic 3 x 3 square and you will find what you have been seeking.”
I immediately read the numbers as hundreds, and saw that 951 + 159 = 1,110; 456 + 654 = 1,110. Then I saw that any number that does not cross the center must be read in reverse with its opposite number to get this total. Thus, 492 + 618 = 1110 or 438 + 672 = 1110. Because I been reading the books of John Michell for years, I immediately knew that the perimeter around the Great Pyramid is given as 1,110 megalithic yards. I knew then and there that the Oquaga Spirit had given me the answer to my years of searching.
Now, how is Isaiah 45:2-3 a direct reference to the code? The chapter number, 45, totals the numbers one to nine in the square. The verse numbers 2 and 3 total the central or key number of the number square. My blogs will continue to be about the enlightenment I received by the Oquaga Spirit. The date of the poetry release will be announced.
The Oquaga Spirit Speaks About Her North American Indian Tribe Where Women Ruled. They were part of the Algonquin Indian nation. Could this spirit speak! My poem on the Oquaga Spirit states the situation:
What a communicator was she
This sprite both blithe and free.
So much she needed an ear,
She ignored my tranquility
But I was more than willing
To listen to her story
About her lake and hills
And all their beauty and glory.
The Oquaga Spirit is a spiritual essence around Oquaga Lake located on top of a mountain in Deposit, New York. The mountain range is called the Catskills; a once famous place for New York vacationers trying to escape the heat of summer. On Oquaga Lake you literally can forget about the rest on the world. Only the skies, crystal clear water and lush forests are there. The town is called Deposit after the logs that lumberjacks deposited to be shipped down the Delaware River. We have spent over a dozen summers on the lake since 1983. I sensed that the spirit is an old female American Indian guide from the Lenni Lenope tribe. All the enlightenment, which I received by Oquaga Lake on the 3 x 3 magic square of numbers, came from this lady spirit guide.
Oquaga Lake Where Lenni Lenape Tribe was Matrilineal
The Lenape kinship system is matrilineal. Children belonged to their mother’s clan who gave them their social status and identity. Hereditary leadership was from the mother’s clan. Women had the power to remove anyone that they disliked. They not only managed the agriculture, but decided allotments of land by the needs of extended families. Married couples lived with the bride’s family and were able to receive help in raising their own children from the matriarch and her daughters.