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The Sacred Geometry Mysteries of Christianity

The Theorem of Thales
Zeus Apollo Hermes Helios

This is another example that shows how the gematria value of the names of the Greek gods were related to each other through Sacred Geometry. The ancient Greek mathematician Thales proved that the length of any perpendicular line raised inside a semicircle is the geometric mean mean of the two line segments formed on its diameter. The table below shows actual and gematria values that can be confirmed with a calculator.

The Theorem of Thales > Zeus Apollo Hermes Helios Gematria Diagram

Greek God's Gematria Chart

Name of Line
Name of God
Gematria
Value
Actual
Value
Circumf. of Circle
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4444.298
Diameter of Circle
Hermes & Apollo
1414
1414.664
Side of Square
Helios
318
1000.318
Red Perpendicular
Zeus
612
612.56x
1/4 of Diameter
Hermes
353
353.666
3/4 of Diameter
Apollo
1061
1060.998

The Theorem of Thales says that Zeus x Zeus = Hermes x Apollo which can be confirmed with a calculator. The numbers on each side of the decimal point (1000 and 318) of the square represents the circumference (IX = 1000) and diameter (318) of an earlier circle used to depict Theta-Helios, the Sun.

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