## Lost Code Reference to a Number Square in Ecclesiastes

Lost Code Reference is found in the Bible. . Ecclesiastes (/ɪˌklziˈæstz/Greek: Ἐκκλησιαστής, EkklēsiastēsHebrewקֹהֶלֶת‎, qōheleṯ) is one of 24 books of the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible. It is classified as one of the Ketuvim (or “Writings”). Originally written c. 450-180 BCE. It is among the canonical Wisdom Books in the Old Testament.  Most denominations of Christianity also accept it.

New International Version
Ecclesiastes 1:15 What is crooked cannot be straightened; what is lacking cannot be counted.

A Holy Spirit enlightened me about a lost number code. I call this spirit, the Oquaga Spirit. I sensed it was a female from the Lennie Lenape tribe. At one time this tribe lived around the Oquaga Lake. They were a matriarchal tribe. Women made key decisions. The story of my enlightenment by this spirit is the subject of many of my blogs. I intuitively feel it promises nothing less than a new Golden Age. Please read the blogs. They are easy to access. Just click on all posts on DSOworks.com. Here I quote one of the books that she inspired. It is from The Staff of God Vol.II.

### Lost Code Reference Revealed

First, note the above number square. Any straight row of 3 numbers totals 15. To arrive at 15, you have to take a broader view. One must go past the lines and crooked places. Then, 15 can be found in 8 different ways. Three are horizontal. Three are vertical. Two are diagonal. Many know this by the third grade in elementary school. However, the spirit pointed out the lost code reference of Ecclesiastes. She made the lines disappear. What happened? Here is one example of her wisdom. Take the unlined numbers straight and three at the time. 492 + 618 = 1,110. Or, 834 + 276 = 1,110. If a 3 digit number crosses the center, it is its own number backwards. Thus, 258 + 852 = 1,110. Here are a couple of quotes from the book:
“The old straight track is a net or grid of numbers.
Often distances between holy sites are measured
By characteristic numbers of the 3 x 3 number square.
Examples include the Geomancer’s  and the English mile.”
(The Geomancer’s mile is 14,400 feet, The English mile is 5,280 feet).
The spirit recited poetry to me on Oquaga Lake: The Oquaga Spirit Speaks. The cover is the featured pictured. I was the house piano player for Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. It is in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains. Below is a youtube sample. Please share and keep checking this site.
With the Lennie Lenape American Indians, women ruled the social order.

## Missing Tip on Great Pyramid is Found

Missing Tip on Great Pyramid is Found. It’s all about an aerial view. Below are examples of aerial lines that are part of the Nasca lines. These are in South America. Here are two prominent examples.

• A giant spider carving is carved in the desert. It is about 148 feet long. The carving is a Peru pattern. Location, with other such figures, is between the Andes Mountains and Pacific Ocean. The special area is about 200 square miles. My source is Mysterious Places.  It is edited by Jennifer Westwood.Jennifer Westwood (5 January 1940 – 12 May 2008) was a British author, broadcaster and folklorist. She was a Doctor of Philosophy .  She had special interests in English Language, Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse. Her first book, Mediaeval Tales, was published in 1968. She was active committee member of The Folklore Society.   Dr. Westwood undertook a variety of duties including editing its publications and helping other authors. As a broadcaster, she worked on programs produced for BBC Radio 4 and the corporation’s Radio Norfolk. Commonly known as “Jen”, after her second marriage she also authored books in the name of Jennifer Chandler.
• A humming bird has spread out wings. It is made from a single spread out line. It is also a Nasca figure. It is one of 18 different carved giant figures on the plain.

Picture of the book edited by Jennifer Westwood called Mysterious Places

### Missing Tip of 5 Cubits and Actual Measurements  Are Found by an Aerial View of a Number Square

A figure viewed from above looks flat. It the 3 x 3 number square, raise the center. Imagine it is pliable and be raised. The base still remains square.  The five is elevated like the tip. Before you are dismissive of this thought consider the following: The perimeter around the Great Pyramid is 1110 cubits. My Source are the writings of the Reverend John Michell. His book is The View Over Atlantis.  Look at the hidden number code. 492 + 618 = 1110. 438 + 672 = 1110. If three numbers cross, 951 + 159 =1110. This hidden code was shown to me on Oquaga Lake. I believe it was an American Indian spirit from the Lennie Lenape tribe. They dwelled around the lake. Also, they were one of the few matriarchal tribes in the country. The women could even depose of a chief. The son in law had to live with his family in their dwelling. For years I was the piano player at Scotts Oquaga Lake House in Deposit, New York. The spirit visited me on walks. I often also led hikes through this mountainous region.

Conclusion: The missing tip source of the Great Pyramid  were explained on Oquaga Lake.  The lake is a former sacred American Indian location. I think that wonderful times are on the way. The wisdom of the American Indians will lead the way. Also, consider Isaiah: In that day shall there be an altar to the LORD in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar at the border thereof to the LORD. And it shall be for a sign and for a witness unto the LORD of hosts in the land of Egypt” (Isa. 19:1920).

## Lost Ancient Computer Code is Discovered

Lost Ancient Computer Code is Discovered. It has been hiding for millennium. It truly is like the Biblical grain of mustard seed. So what is the grain of mustard seed? Where is it hidden? Grain of Mustard Seed is the smallest of number squares. It is popular called the 3 x 3 square: Here is the traditional arrangement. Immediately below is a Biblical reference to this “Grain”.

20 ….because you have so little faith. Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” [21]a

binary code represents textcomputer processor instructions, or other data using any two-symbol system. Often the binary number systems  use 0 and 1. The binary code assigns a pattern of binary digits (bits) to each character, instruction, etc. A binary string of eight bits can represent any of 256 possible values.

In computing and telecommunications, binary codes are used for various methods of encoding data.  This includes character strings, into bit strings. Those methods may use fixed-width or variable-width strings. In a fixed-width binary code, each letter, digit, or other character is represented by a bit string of the same length. That bit string, interpreted as a binary number.  Itis usually displayed in code tables in octaldecimal or hexadecimal notation. There are many character sets and many character encodings for them.

Gottfried Leibniz    The modern binary number system, the basis for binary code, was invented by Gottfried Leibniz in 1679 and appears in his article Explication de l’Arithmétique Binaire. The full title is translated into English as the “Explanation of the Binary Arithmetic”.

### Finding the Lost Ancient Computer Code

Many blogs on DSOworks.com are about aspects of the code. For example, the square perimeter around the Great Pyramid is 1,110 megalithic yards. In binary numbers 10¹ + 10² + 10³ = 1,110. Notice, all factors are binary. Professor Alexander Thom of Oxford University discovered the ubiquitous use of the megalithic yard.

The codes including a lost ancient computer code that is hidden in the number square were shown to me by an Indian spirit from the Lennie Lenape tribe. I did not read about them anywhere. The Lennie Lenape lived around Oquaga Lake. I worked many summers on by the lake for the Scott family. I was hired by them to be the house piano player. The Scott family owns Scott’s Oquaga Lake House.

Look at the number square pictured above by triple numbers as follows:  Each set of 3 numbers with its opposite 3 always total 1,110. Examples: 492 + 618 = 1110 Another: 834 + 276 = 1110.  Any 3 numbers that uses number 5 as its central number is its own 1,110 number when added backwards to itself. Examples include 951 + 159 = 1110. Or, 357 + 753 = 1110. The square of three is code of peace

The Grain of Mustard Seed can move mountains. Acquiring peace is akin to moving a mountain. On the mountains around Oquaga Lake I learned about the code that accomplishes this feat.

## Sleep Therapy as per the Oquaga Spirit

Sleep Therapy as per the Oquaga Spirit. I have been so fortunate. My family and I spent at least 15 beautiful summers on Oquaga Lake. The entire family got to go with me. I was employed as the house piano player at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. As a result I have added another profession: That of a working poet. Scott’s is located in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains of New York state. There, I met the presence of a spirit. I call it the Oquaga Spirit. “In the mornings I’d stroll and the spirit would be afloat.” The spirit spoke in poetic verse. The verse was mostly in simple quatrains  in triple meter. A square four or angular two has dominated business, music, dance and poetry. Get ready for a soothing new wave of triple meter. As the spirit states: Return ye to the waltzes of Vienna.  Incidentally, I am currently playing the piano at the Sarasota Crab and Fin on St Armand’s Circle.  See events on DSOworks.com.  Come and listen to me outdoors and enjoy beautiful melodies of  Strauss waltzes.

### The Oquaga Spirit Speaks – YouTube

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David Ohrenstein reads excerpts from the book “The Oquaga Spirit Speaks,” the voice of nature and the …

### So What did the Oquaga Spirit Say About Sleep Therapy?

The spirit’s poem is from the “The Morning lake in July”. I sensed the spirit to be a female American Indian from the Lennie Lenope tribe. They, at one time. lived around the lake. Also, be sure to listen to the free youtube video above of me reciting some of this spirit’s wonderful poems.

The morning lake in July
Has no wrinkles or crinkles.
Marked only by a few sprinkles.

Whose skin is smooth and healthy
Without a care and trouble free
As if he were quite wealthy.

But later in the day,
When the winds begin to blow,
And boats are out by the dozens,
It’s then that age will show.

The next morning with the rising Sun,
The lake is once more new.
Just like us, after a good night’s sleep
We dispel the feeling of blue.

## Angelic Media to paraphrase a Great Comedian

Angelic Media to paraphrase a Great Comedian. For years I was the piano player at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. I had the privilege  to accompany many comedians. Al Smith was one of my favorites. It was one of my busiest times: Seven days a week I performed the following afternoon and evening schedule:

• 3:30 I played on a showboat sing-a-long that went around Oquaga Lake. Fun,fun,fun!
• 4:30 I sometimes played the afternoon feature show.
• 6-7 Elegant music for the dinner hour.
• 7:30 -9:00 played with The Lake-Shore Four dance band
• 9-10:30 Played for feature shows. Al Smith was frequently called upon. Audiences loved him.
• 10:30 until closing: For dancing until everyone dropped.

### So What is the Angelic Media All About?

When I worked with Al Smith, I was in awe of his timing of his excellent comic rhythm. During his show, Ray Scott, the owner, would be on the drums. Gary Holdridge, son in law, would play the organ. Al had  funny stories and many one liners. He also would play banjo classics during his act. Included, of course, was Oh Susanna.  One of his  most memorable lines, in my opinion, is: “My wife is an angel….She’s always in the air harping about something.”  Why was this so funny? Because of the double meaning of “harpy”. Its intended meaning had to do with the Greek concept of harpies. In Greek mythology and Roman mythology, a harpy (plural harpiesGreekἅρπυια,[1][2] harpyiapronounced [hárpyi̯a]Latinharpȳia) was a half-human and half-bird personification of storm winds, in Homeric poems.[3]

### Now, How does This Tie into the Angelic Media?

The news, in general, seems to continually harp on a few subjects. They have an obsession with statistics. Here is what the Oquaga Spirit has to say on this fixation. The poem which I quote is from the Oquaga Spirit Speaks.    It  is entitled: News.  The entire book is available as a product on DSOworks.com

Mercury-Hermes ran past
Wearing wing-tipped shoes.
I asked him why he hurried?
He said he carried news.

And so it is with man
Who must be in the know;
News must travel quickly’
Or in the trash it goes.

He dashes to the station
At the speed of light
To regions remote and vast.

But I just take my time
Walking down the path.
Hermes carries statistics.
I enjoy nature’s math.

## Forgiving Audience for Rubinoff and His Violin

Forgiving Audience for Rubinoff and His Violin at the  Tallahassee Governor’s Club. It was the early 1980’s. Rubinoff and I were invited to play at the Governor’s Club. The Governors Club was founded on certain principles. Chief among them were providing a comfortable and elegant environment for social gatherings, serving excellent food and offering outstanding service. Our private social club cultivates the finest membership….

Rubinoff was an honest man. He freely spoke his mind. If he liked something, you’d know. If he didn’t, he could be quite expressive. Fortunately, once he started to play his violin, my matter what he said was forgiven. People knew they were in a hands of a great master. So what happened?

First I must say that Dave liked delicatessen food: Corn beef, pastrami, potato salad…He lived in Detroit at the Leland House. I worked with him for many years as his arranger and accompanist. To me, he was like the grandfather I never got to know. When we went on a lunch break, we’d go to the closest deli. He also delighted in “cooking the greatest hamburger in the world.” He called it “Hamburger a la Rubinoff.” I got to eat plenty  of the best hamburgers in the world. But that was David. He was excited about everything he did. He fell in love with every melody he worked on. He had passion for music and life. I felt honored to work with such a man, The bonus was he treated me like I was his grandson.

### Forgiving Audience Springs Into Action

We walked in the capitol building for both the concert and dinner. Talk about eloquence. Each place was set with 4 or 5 glasses for wine. We had silverware galore and beautiful dishes. We entered slightly late.  Everyone was already seated. Suddenly a scream issues forth: “This place is too damn fancy for me!”, yells Rubinoff.”  The sentiment was projected with his heavy Russian accent. In all honesty, that is how to create a hostel audience. Luckily, they didn’t throw us out. After dinner he played his violin with me at the piano.  By our second number, all were in his pocket. They loved him. The concert ended with bravos and a standing ovation. I thought our reception by the Florida legislators was magnanimous, appreciative  and forgiving.

If you like this blog, feel  free to share. I think it’s one of the greatest show  biz stories ever. If you never heard Rubinoff and I give a concert, please enjoy our 45 minute 1984 New York Catskill Mountain performance at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House on this youtube link. It is free. He was in his mid-eighties. The man is an inspiration to all of us.

### Lost Concert “Rubinoff and His Violin” on Oquaga Lake, 1984 – YouTube

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In one of the final years of his life, renowned violinist Dave Rubinoff plays the Stradivarius violin for an …

## Popular Concert With Rubinoff and His Violin

Popular Concert With Rubinoff and His Violin. You can read on the program, the Stradivarius violin was insured for \$100.000. That was in the 1930’s. Now it’s closer to 2 million. Rubinoff was a superstar in the 1930’s. Circumstances of the Great Depression favored his rise to fame. During difficult times the public needs beauty in the arts. In music this translate to melody. After the good times of the 1920’s the next decade started out with the Great Depression. Times were tough, crass and violent. We could almost draw a parallel to today. The last thing people needed were rough qualities in their entertainment. Rubinoff offered beautiful melody on the violin. The public ate it up. He became a sensation and made a fortune.  Rubinoff credits his success in great measure to an American Indian, Will Rogers.

Known as “Oklahoma’s Favorite Son”,[1] Rogers was born to a prominent Cherokee Nation family in Indian Territory (now part of Oklahoma). He traveled around the world three times, made 71 movies (50 silent films and 21 “talkies”),[2] and wrote more than 4,000 nationally syndicated newspaper columns.[3] By the mid-1930s, the American people adored Rogers. He was the leading political wit of his time, and was the highest paid Hollywood movie star. Rogers died in 1935 with aviator Wiley Post, when their small airplane crashed in northern Alaska.[4]

Rubinoff credits Will Rogers for his success with the popular concert.   In his biography, Dance of the Russian Peasant, written by his wife Darlene Rubinoff that she wrote from recording Dave, he states,  “Will used to give me advice. He was a happy fellow and a pleasure to be near. Will advised me on timing, how to time my gestures, how to get the audience to do my bidding, and how to talk to provoke the appropriate responses

That is the sign of the truest friend. Here is a sample of Will’s kindness. He gave Rubinoff a giant pocket watch. Will had the poem below engraved on its back. Will also included his picture with Dave with the following inscription: “To the greatest fiddler in the world. Your Pal, Will Rogers 1932.” Rubinoff recited it at every single concert. The audience always loved it. Here are some paraphrases from the poem engraved on the watch case.

The clock of life is wound but once,
And no man has the power
To tell just when the hands will stop
At late or early hour.

Now is the only time we own,
So live, love, toil with a will,
Place no faith in “Tomorrow,”
For the Clock may then be still.

### Popular Concert With Rubinoff and His Violin

But it gets even better.  As a pianist, I invited him to the resort I was playing at. We gave an unforgettable concert together. Listen to it. Share it with friends. Experience American history as it was actually lived by this great American. He talks about his personal friendships Victor Herbert, John Phillip Sousa, President and Mrs Roosevelt, Will Rogers, President  Eisenhower, Irving Berlin……I  accompanied him at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House in Deposit, NY, The youtube video is called “Lost Concert Found” from 1984. You can even hear a thunderstorm in the background.

## Ragtime Enriches, Yes I Mean Money, Lots of It!

Ragtime Enriches Yes, I Mean Money, lots of it! And yes, it’s time to be happy again. Listen to some Scott Joplin, Charles Lamb, Eubie Blake, Tom Turpin, James Jesse Europe or  Luckyeth Roberts. Their music is as entertaining as their names. Eubie Blake said in  gracious tribute, “Joplin was the father of us all.” Ragtime is a musical style that enjoyed its peak popularity between 1895 and 1918.[2] Its cardinal trait is its syncopated, or “ragged”, rhythm.[2] The style has its origins in African-American communities like St. Louis[3][4] years before being published as popular sheet music for piano.

Scott Joplin is unquestionably the father of ragtime.

What brought about the return of ragtime after 1918? The movie called The Sting. The film is noted for its anachronistic use of ragtime, particularly the melody “The Entertainer” by Scott Joplin, which was adapted (along with others by Joplin) for the movie by Marvin Hamlisch (and a top-ten chart single for Hamlisch when released as a single from the film’s soundtrack). The film’s success created a resurgence of interest in Joplin’s work.[4]

### If Ragtime Enriches, What Did it Do for Me?

The Scott family was attracted by the Kissin’ Cuzzins marquee that announced me playing ragtime piano. They own Scott’s Oquaga Lake House in the Catskills.  Its been in the family since 1869. The current  year was 1983. For my audition I had to play the Pineapple Rag perfectly for the  The Scotts.  They were so impressed that they invited our entire family up to New York for that summer. That started a long string of about 20 summer seasons in the Catskills. We got to live our lives like as it was in the 1930’s setting of The Sting. It was like we took a time machine to the past.  All loved it! It give rise to my book of poetry, The Oquaga Spirit Speaks, available on the product page.

## Hidden Heptagon Found Attached to Great Pyramid’s Blueprint.

Hidden Heptagon  Can Be Attached to Great Pyramid’s Blueprint. Or, is it vice versa?  First, what is a heptagon?  In geometry, a heptagon is a seven-sided polygon or 7-gon. The heptagon is also occasionally referred to as the septagon, using “sept-” (an elision of septua-, a Latin-derived numerical prefix, rather than hepta-, a Greek-derived numerical prefix) together with the Greek suffix “-agon” meaning angle.

The featured picture is from my 1st volume, p.393, of The Staff of God. I worked many summer seasons at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House as their piano player. There, a spiritual presence made itself known. I was educated in the ways of the ancients. The Oquaga Spirit Speaks, was one of the results. It relates through quatrains with rhyme the character of this spirit. Here is a sample from the opening poem entitled The Oquaga Spirit:

What a communicator was she
This sprite both blithe and free.
So much she needed an ear,
She ignored my tranquility.

### NOW FOR THE HIDDEN HEPTAGON

To the best of my knowledge, I think I was one of the first to rediscover the hidden heptagon. Even more significant: I think the triangle of the Pyramid’s dimensions originally came from this hiding heptagon. Not the other way around. Every book I’ve seen previously has defined the triangle as giving birth to the Great Pyramid. This involved many geometrical constructions. Here’s the simpler way to draw its dimensions from the heptagon: Set your compass at point “C”, Mark its length AC. Mark point “D” from point “C”. Draw a straight line along ICBD. Connect lines for triangle CDA. You have the essential proportional measures of the Great Pyramid.

More blogs will be written on this topic. Here’s one application. Hebrew language has 3 “mother” letters. It also has 7 double letters. That is, letters with 2 distinct sounds.

•  A 2nd heptagon can be drawn on the other side of the triangle (not pictured). It’s basic side is defined by line AC. It then extends to the left. The 1st heptagon is on the right.
• The one mother that gives birth to the 2 heptagons wedged in the lower center between the 2 heptagons. .
• With the Hebrew language, the 3 mother letters give birth to the 7 double letters. The diagram geometrically defines this pattern.

Possibility exists that I might go to the Lake House once more this summer. There I would recite poetry. Also I would offer expeditions to commune with the spirit, and play the piano.

## Civilization and Music Have a Key Number – 660

Civilization Has a Key Number – Six Hundred and Sixty (660). It is mostly known  as the number of feet in a furlong.  In the featured picture distances for horses are usually marked by furlongs. A furlong is a measure of distance in imperial units and U.S. customary units equal to one-eighth of a mile, equivalent to 660 feet, 220 yards, 40 rods, or 10 chains. Six hundred and sixty also specifies a musical tone: Diatonic E in vibrations per second. Ancient instruments have been unearthed. We know how their tones vibrate.

### In Civilization the Furlong and Farming Once Went Together With Racing Horses

Originally a furlong represented the distance that a team of oxen could plow a furrow (a long shallow trench in a field), on average, before they had to rest. This was also the length of an acre, which in Anglo-Saxon times was considered to be 40 × 4 rods (660 × 66 feet). A furlong appears to have been used as a horse racing measurement because in early days racing took place in fields next to ground that had been plowed. Therefore, the distance could be assessed quickly by comparing the racetrack with the number of furrows made in the neighboring plowed field.

### Where Does Number 660 Stem From?

660 appears in two prominent ways. I was shown this by an American Indian spirit around  Oquaga Lake. The poetry she spoke to me is below. When she made her introduction, our family was residing at Bluestone Farm.  It said: “If you wish to know the secrets of antiquity, erase the lines on this number square. Read them by three or two numbers  at the time. Do it as I will show you. At that time I was a full time pianist for the Scott family on Oquaga Lake

• Horizontal totals: 49 + 61 = 110. Next, 94 + 16 =110. Second group: 35 + 75 =110. Reversed, 53 + 57 = 110. Third horizontal group: 81 + 29 =110. Reversed 18 + 92 =110. Total these 6 horizontal grouping = 660.
• The same 660 can be reached  with the double digit vertical totals  when added in a similar manner.

### 660 is a Prominent Feature of the 5 Platonic Solids

The hidden 660 also runs parallel to the 5 Platonic solids. The core number is “5”.   Of the solids, the tetrahedron has 4 faces. The cube has 6. An octahedron has 8 faces. The Dodecahedron has 12. The icosahedron has 20. Add them together by their squares: 4²  +  6²  +  8²  + 12²  + 20² = 660. If you studied the blogs, here is what becomes apparent: Neolithic priests knew the 3 x 3 number square as the stamping mill of the Universe.

 Tetrahedron {3, 3} Cube {4, 3} Octahedron {3, 4} Dodecahedron {5, 3} Icosahedron {3, 5} χ = 2 χ = 2 χ = 2 χ = 2 χ = 2

## Most important for musicians

Characteristic numbers where converted into set musical tones. Our A-440 comes also  from this square. Add the perimeter two numbers at the time. Overlap them: 49 + 92 + 27  + 76 + 61 +18 + 83 + 34 = 440. Treating the numbers diagonally in the same way gives you the same total again. The ratio of the musical 5th for civilization is set out by this number square:
• 660/440 = 3/2 which is a diatonic fifth.
• 660 and 440 were made congruent with diatonic A and E by our ancestors.

Conclusion: Making our civilization harmonious was key to the founders of culture. The musical fifth is a “perfect” interval. Let us reinfuse our culture with “harmonious peace” as referred to  by the Oquaga Spirit:

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