Mathematical poetry through Fibonacci numbers

Mathematical Poetry of the Great Pyramid of Egypt

Mathematical Poetry of the Great Pyramid of Egypt. Words that rhyme have similar sounds with their final syllable. An example is tomato and potato. Yet these words have differences. With the Fibonacci series of numbers, each number is different. Yet, as pictured on the graph below, one square shares a section with another. Looking at the graph, 13 x 13 by itself is unique. So is 21 x 21. Yet they share a border. Rhymes share the same sound. Fibonacci numbers share the same line side on this graph. For example the larger 21  x 21 borders 13 x 13, 5 x 5 and 3 x 3. This becomes mathematical poetry with rhyme.

The series grows by successive addition:

In mathematics, the Fibonacci numbers are the numbers in the following integer sequence, called the Fibonacci sequence, and characterized by the fact that every number after the first two is the sum of the two preceding ones:[1][2]}

Mathematical poetry of the Sunflower
The National Museum of Mathematics diagrams the Fibonacci patterns

The sunflower seed pattern used by the National Museum of Mathematics contains many spirals. If you count the spirals in a consistent manner, you will always find a Fibonacci number (0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, …). 

Mathematical Poetry Found at the Great Pyramid of Egypt

A measure of one side of the square base of the Great Pyramid is 440 shorter Egyptian cubits of 1.718… feet. One “Great Cubit” = 55 of the smaller 1.718… cubits. So where are the Fibonacci numbers?

  • The Great Cubit itself is a Fibonacci number as 55 smaller cubits.
  • The 440 cubit length thus becomes 8 Great Cubits. Eight is a smaller number in the series.
  • The truncated height is 5 Great Cubits. It is 275 smaller cubits.  Note- The 5 cubit tip is missing. Five, again, is another Fibonacci number.
  • Here is a most remarkable example. It found its way into the Hebrew language. 21 X 21 (one of the squares above)= 441. There was a traditional leeway of plus or minus one. With letters that also stood for numbers in antiquity, the “one” was called, “colel”. Thus, when you square the 21 Fibonacci number, it is within one cubit of the 440 smaller cubit length of a side. A Biblical adage is “God is truth”. In the Hebrew language the word for “truth” is: Strong’s Hebrew: 571. אֱמֶת (emeth) — firmness, faithfulness, truth.  Look at its 3 letters from right to left: Aleph is the glyph for “1”. Mem is the glyph for “40”. “”Tav” is the glyph for 400. Thus 1 + 40 + 400 = 441.

In a hidden fashion, truth (emeth) is based on square Fibonacci number (21²).  So is the 440 (+1) smaller cubit measure of the Great Pyramid. Questions that come to mind can include (1) Is this a  co-incidence? (2) Was Moses a (440 + 1) link? Whatever your conclusion, keep in mind: 440 is a key hidden number on the traditional 3 x 3 number square. Finally it is time for a poetic revival. I hope my poetry book, available as a product will help. It is called, The Oquaga Spirit Speaks.

The ancient, traditional arrangement of the 3 x 3 number square.




Philo was a Greek scholar who freely read books from the library at Alexandria,Egypt.

“Truth” in Hebrew, Holds the Measure of the Great Pyramid

Truth is Hidden in Grid That Measures the Great Pyramid

“Truth” as it equals 441 by Hebrew gematria, is found in the above number square. Please follow the numbers on the grid as I describe it.  I add the perimeter by double numbers that overlap. 49 + 92 + 27 + 76 + 61 + 18 + 83 + 34 = 440. Reverse the numbers. It is the same. 440. One is added to this sum for God. The adding of one, by tradition, is called “colel”. The Hebrew spelling is below.  Aleph = 1; mem = 40; tav= 400.

Strong’s Hebrew:. אֱמֶת (emeth)


“Truth” holds the measure of the Great Pyramid as well as the Distance of the sphinx from the Great Pyramid. Read about it below:

“Truth”: The measures of the Great Pyramid  forms a symphony of 440’s. Yes, we in America tune our symphonic instruments to this numerical measure- A, 440. Here’s how 440 works. Each side of the Pyramid measures 440 Egyptian cubits. These cubits are 1,71818…feet. The distance of the Sphinx the Great Pyramid is 440 megalithic yards. A megalithic yard is 2.7272…feet. Often it is taken as 2.72 feet. John Michell points out how the pyramid was measured in three units. They are the 12 inch foot, Egyptian cubits of 1.71717 feet  and the megalithic yard of 2.7272… feet.  Here’s how we get the essential dimensions of the Great Pyramid using these measures:

  • אֱמֶת is a straight read for the the length of the base of the pyramid: in Egyptian cubits 440. One is added by “colel”

  • Pyramid the three Hrew letters of “truth”: Aleph = 1;  Aleph and mem  ( 1 + 40) = 41;  Alpeh mem and tav ( 1 + 40 + 400)= 441.  Now add these three pyramided numbers: 1 + 41 + 441 = 483. In feet, the height of the Great Pyramid is 481 feet. Allowing one for “colel”, this is a close approximation, especially when the very tip has historically been missing.

Why even bother looking at the Great Pyramid for “truth”? So much Biblical prophecy is based on Isaiah 19: 19-20. “In that day there will be an altar to the Lord in the land of Egypt and it shall be for a sign”. I feel that the above number grid is the source of truth. It can unite mankind in one vision of peace and harmony. It can assist in bringing  about a wonderful golden age of peace and prosperity. This grid was shown to me by a female Indian  Spirit from the Lennie Lenape tribe. They made their home in the Catskill Mountains near and around Oquaga Lake. It’s on a mountain by Deposit, New York. She dictated a beautiful book of poetry to me, word for word. It is named,  “The Oquaga Spirit Speaks.” The book is close to 100 pages of poetry and pictures to be available soon on for $2.99. The book should bring joy and pleasure to anyone that reads the poems.  I’ve memorized every one.  My goal in life to recite the poetry on tour. Shortly,  I will have a thumbnail of me reciting the poetry on the front page.  This will be 100% free. Please be patient. Rome wan’t built in a day.