The Sea of Galilee
The blue circle inside the hexagon inside the raised Jesus graph represents the Sea of Galilee. The circumference of the Sea is approximately 7,691 units and the diameter is therefore 2,448 units, two times the gematria value of the Greek word Ichthes, which is the plural of fish. The two fish in the diagram were constructed by drawing four circles (4440) that pass through the vertices of the hexagon and the center of the Jesus (8880) graph.
Jesus Christ was born at the beginning of the age of Pisces, meaning the fish and amazingly, the constellation of Pisces in the sky contains two fish, as does the Sea of Galilee pictured above! The Sacred Geometry metaphor of the Sea of Galilee was crucial to solving the geometry puzzles in the gospel stories of how Jesus walked on water, how he fed crowds of four thousand and five thousand, and how he instructed seven disciples to catch 153 fish.
The Vesica Pisces Construction
The Latin term Vesica Pisces, meaning "Vessel of the Fish" is one of the most basic constructions in Sacred Geometry. A Vesica is formed when the circumference of two identical circles each pass through the center of the other. Occasionally a gematria diagram can be drawn two different ways. In this version, the same hexagon as the one above constructs a cross section of the Sea of Galilee. The same four circles (4440), this time drawn from the top of the graph, constructs a Fish with a length of 1224 units, the gematria value of the Greek word Ichthes, meaning "Fishes."
One Last Construction
When the above two diagrams are combined you can see that Jesus (8880) and the Sea of Galilee are just filled with fish!!
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