Point 338


On this wall of the building that houses the Greek flag on the Acropolis of Athens, in front of the Parthenon (built in the fifth century BC, the top of which is located in 338/2 meters above sea level), I was surprised to find my stylized symbol, that of 338.

But what is even more surprising is the measure of its position with respect to earth coordinates, and with respect to our notion of time.

Let x be the latitude of the Point 338, which corresponds to 37° 58′ 18,60”N, and y its longitude of 23° 43′ 40,41”E. Expressing these quantities in minutes, we get x = 2278.31′ and y = 1423.6735′.

Although it is known that it is not mathematically correct to add or subtract with each other variables of a different nature, such as minutes, dimensionless mathematical constants, years and days, I allow myself to do it to show that there is something that eludes modern science, in the intersection between number theory and numerology, which ancient Greece has made school, especially by Pythagoras and Pythagorean.

Consider then:

e = event horizon = unknown

a = average sidereal year = 365.252567978 (value that differs by a factor of 1.039016 * 10^-5 compared to that, however variable, commonly used)

ϕ = phi = 1.61803398875 …

q = constant involved in the algorithms Star and Tai Chi = 4

Now I build the following equation:

e = (a+x+y)/2 – ϕ – q

We get e = 2028, already demonstrated in other ways!

I can therefore say that the Point 338 is a spatial coordinate in connection with the event horizon by the golden ratio and the period of revolution of the Earth around the Sun.

To confirm the fact that the coordinates of the Point 338 are not random, let us consider the following relationship:

[(x-y)/2 + q + ϕ] / 2 = 216 + (216^2)/10^5 with a coefficient of error of about 7.3 * 10^ -6

There is therefore a link between the point 338 and the number 216.

Coincidence is God’s way of remaining anonymous.

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