Eulers’s phi function* of 666 equals 216. *Euler’s totient function (or Euler’s phi function), denoted as φ(n) or ϕ(n), is an arithmetic function that counts the positive integers less than or equal to n that are relatively prime to n.

## The Mirror

The fundamental algorithm (10+n) star (10-n) gives rise to the number 338 for all n belonging to the set of natural numbers in the form 9.

## It’s time

The fundamental algorithm n taichi (10-n) is extremely logical. It gives rise to the number 216 for all n belonging to the set of natural numbers in the form 9.

## The Tree of Knowledge

In Gematria reduced in the English alphabet, the number 969 represents the word Roi, meaning King in French. An elegant coincidence makes that 969 less 216, which corresponds to the number of digits of the 216-digits sequence, gives 753, which corresponds to the date of birth of Jesus Christ in…

## Sum of primes and triangular numbers

Each natural number not equal to 216 can be written in the form p+Tx , where p is 0 or a prime, and Tx=x(x+1)/2 is a triangular number. Zhi-Wei Sun, 2009

## The Time Code

More than 3,000 years ago, the day of Yom Kippur saw the Jerusalem’s great priest enter the Temple of Jerusalem and pronounce the name of God, which was supposed to be written with a sequence of 216 characters. With the Temple’s destruction the real name of God has been lost…

## Naturalis Veritas

The true 216-digit sequence is (Naturalis Veritas, the end of the history, Massimo Nardotto, 2007): 1 1 2 3 5 8 4 3 7 1 8 9 8 8 7 6 4 1 5 6 2 8 1 9 2 2 4 6 1 7 8 6 5 2 7…

## Equation of Time

To verify the uniqueness of my equation of time π (x + y) (t – xy) = k, consider x – y = 144, which represents the tree of knowledge in the Garden of Eden in the Kabbalistic tradition. This happens for t = 3156 before Christ, 42 years before…

## Galileo Galilei

“Nature is a book written in mathematical language. » Galileo Galilei, the seventeenth century

## St. Augustine

“Numbers are the Universal language offered by the deity to humans as confirmation of the truth. » St. Augustine of Hippo, IV century AD

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