№ 60. Chapter and Verse Numbering in the Bible

 

 

 

READER BEWARE: This is a brand new page created once I fully realized the significance of Revelation 13:18 (13 x 18 = 234). I will need time to develop it.

 

 

 

The Numbering of Books in the Hebrew Scriptures and Christian Bible


The number of books in the Hebrew Scriptures and the Christian Bible deserve special mention here. The progeny of Jove are using both of these religious compilations (or “canons”) as vessels to communicate to the “brotherhood” hundreds and thousands of years into the future, not unlike how different cultures use myth to communication actual events in their distant past. Doing so fuels their disdain for all religion. That is what this page is all about. This happens primarily in the two books the progeny of Jove both author and then added to these canons by taking control of their respective religious organizations. Those two books are Daniel in the Hebrew Scriptures (and later in the Christian Old Testament) and Revelation in the Christian Bible. The following quote is from Apocalyptic Books Planted in the Bible at the top of page № 62. Book of Daniel:

 

The books of Daniel and Revelation were planted in the Scriptures by the progeny of Jove.

Daniel is the 33rd book in the Hebrew Scriptures, whereas Revelation is the 66th book in the Christian Bible. The special relationship of these two apocalyptic books was made even stronger in the Holy Bible in which both are the 27th book in their respective Old and New Testaments. 

Once again we find the progeny of Jove’s greatest weaknesses are in signing their work with esoteric and sacred numbers and that they do so unseen. Note that regarding the Book of Daniel as the 33rd book of the Hebrew canon requires counting the books as we do those in the Protestant Old Testament (i.e. 39 total) and is based on Babylonian Talmud, a fact which is not insignificant in this context.

 

See also The Book of Revelation was Planted in the New Testament on page № 66. Book of Revelation for a complete discussion of this topic.

 

 

NOTE TO SELF” Pull 666 trigonometric reference to 216 stuff from 666 page to here

31,104 Verses in the Bible


You cannot understand the message I am trying to convey to you on this website unless you first fully comprehend that the Book of Revelation was written by a people I refer to as the progeny of Jove and that these very same people numbered the chapters and verses in the Bible. The former was a mere deception. The latter was an immense intellectual work that culminated in Revelation 13:18, where 13 x 18 represents 23.4° axial tilt for which 66.6° is the complementary angle as discussed in

 

 

The math is simple, but why is the question.

 

216 x 144 = 31,104

And there are 31,104 verses in the Bible

 

Wikipedia says there are 31,102 verses, but they are using the BlueLetterBible.org and BibleBelievers.com websites as their authorities on this subject. The analysis on both of these websites is faulty. And that is damn near unforgivably shoddy work on the part of Wikipedia and these would-be authoritative websites because I can think of few subjects more important than this. 

If there are in fact 31,104 verses in the Bible, what that is telling us beyond any shadow of a doubt is that the progeny of Jove is responsible for numbering the chapters and versus in the Bible. No one else understands the significance of 216 x 144 = 31,104 because they wrote Revelation. It’s their book. The implication is a very high level of control throughout the Christian churches, Protestant as well as Catholic, and in all ages.

The King James versions of the Bible from which Wikipedia is deriving their verse counts are missing two verses, 3 John 15 and Revelation 12:18.

Here you see in the King James Version that “Peace be to thee. Our friends salute thee. Greet the friends by name.” is included in 3 John 14. This is not the case in other Bibles. I only use two Bibles: the Authorized King James Version and “George M. Lamsa’s Translation from the Aramaic of the Peshitta.” Lamsa also has this final greeting as a separate verse.

14 However I trust I shall shortly see you, and we shall speak face to face.
15 Peace be to you. Our friends salute you. Salute the friends every one by his name.

For a complete list of Bible versions that include 3 John 1:15 click here. There are at least 35 such versions.

The second “missing” verse from the King James versions of the Bible (from which Wikipedia derives the 31,102 verses count) is Revelation 12:18. There is no such verse in those versions.

The first Bible in English to use both chapters and verses was the Geneva Bible published shortly afterwards in 1560. These verse divisions soon gained acceptance as a standard way to notate verses, and have since been used in nearly all English Bibles and the vast majority of those in other languages.  —Wikipedia, Chapters and verses of the Bible

The Geneva Bible is one of the most historically significant translations of the Bible into English, preceding the King James Version by 51 years. It was the primary Bible of 16th-century English Protestantism and was used by William Shakespeare, Oliver Cromwell, John Knox, John Donne, and John Bunyan, author of The Pilgrim’s Progress (1678). It was one of the Bibles taken to America on the Mayflower (Pilgrim Hall Museum has collected several Bibles of Mayflower passengers). The Geneva Bible was used by many English Dissenters, and it was still respected by Oliver Cromwell’s soldiers at the time of the English Civil War, in the booklet “Cromwell’s Soldiers’ Pocket Bible”.

This version of the Bible is significant because, for the very first time, a mechanically printed, mass-produced Bible was made available directly to the general public which came with a variety of scriptural study guides and aids (collectively called an apparatus), which included verse citations that allow the reader to cross-reference one verse with numerous relevant verses in the rest of the Bible, introductions to each book of the Bible that acted to summarize all of the material that each book would cover, maps, tables, woodcut illustrations and indices.  —Wikipedia, Geneva Bible

The Geneva Bible set the standard for chapter and verse numbers and it did include Revelation 12:18.

For a complete list of Bible versions that include Revelation 12:18 click here. There are at least 31 such versions. I can offer no explanation as to why some versions of the Bible added 3 John 15. It was not included in the Geneva Bible.

The “re-Ver(sing) Verses” website discusses 3 John 15 at length. The Bible.org website has a very thorough analysis of the Third Epistle of John (Wikipedia completely ignores the issue) at 17. Exegetical Commentary on 3 John 1-15. In it the final greeting of John to Gaius is regarded as clearly distinct from the rest of the letter. This I think must be why many versions of the Bible include 3 John 15 as a separate verse for the final greeting. Doing so is consistent with 2 John 13 and many other letters in the New Testament that have separate verses for the final greetings such as “Peace be to you. Our friends salute you. Salute the friends every one by his name.”  in the Third Epistle of John.  Given my particular interest in this subject, it would be very telling to know which was the first Bible to separate this final greeting into 3 John 15.

 

 

 

 

 

How to read this

 

You need to stop and read the Axial Tilts in the Scriptures section of page № 28. Axial Tilts in Literature. Whoever wrote the Book of Revelation and numbered the chapters and verses in the Bible sure wants to draw attention to the number 216. 

 

 

 

Why there are exactly 216 x 144 = 31,104 Verses in the Bible


See also GenevaBible.org (not relevant in and of itself, but a great reference)

I may never finish this work. It is a child of mine born into a world that cannot understand it. I watch with wonder at the mindlessness of this world and I think I would rather starve this child of mine to death. But I will say this to anyone who is listening, to someone who thinks he may have discovered something but is not sure, If you understand why there are exactly 216 x 144 = 31,104 verses in the Bible, then you understand me. You get it. You are more of a man or woman than probably anyone you will meet your entire life, which is to say, you, like me, are alone. You see what’s happening, but you, like me, can never be a part of it. Seeing them is not enough. It doesn’t buy you a ticket. It just means that you will not die blind. It means you must finish your life pretending, as best you can, to be normal. And all the hardship between now and the moment of your death will be repaid at the last blink of an eye. You will understand what is happening. And not even those buried underground will see what you are seeing. In those last few moments of your life, you will join a handful of human beings who have lived on this planet and seen this thing happening and understood what it meant. As the Vikings would say, you will die a good death while those around you are screaming in utter horror. By the way, this paragraph is the last thing I wrote. I may not actually finish this section. So let me spell it out for you. 216 is orbits of Jupiter. 144 is 13 baktuns of 144,000 days. They are using the Bible to confirm that the actual units of measurement for the Maya Long Count calendar is orbits of Jupiter. Jupiter is a doomsday clock and as of December 21, 2018, we are officially living in the end times.

 

Now why would the United States of America go to such length to emphasize the number 216 and equate it to the destructive force of nuclear weapons? I start this page on sacred number 216 with the above ground nuclear tests so that the reader can begin to understand the importance of numbers to the progeny of Jove.

What you are about to read should startle you. If it does not, I would suggest you slow down and consider the implications of the reality that the progeny of Jove are responsible for numbering both the chapters and verses of the Bible. It implies a level of control that exceeds the Jesuits and extends to the Protestant churches. Most specifically, it means the progeny of Jove were intimately involved in the development of the Geneva Bible that set the standards for chapter and verse numbering. Moreover, it boggles my mind when I think of the level of effort involved. I faintly mimic this level of effort on this website by insisting that my Our last Days on Earth page is page № 24 of exactly 108 pages. Even this minuscule effort requires a lot of thought. Imaging planning 31,104 verses so that you end up with things like Matthew 24, Isaiah 24 (the “little apocalypse”), Revelation 13:18, and countless other examples of chapter and verse numbers imbued with meaning, many of which are discussed on this website.

 

The 1560 Geneva Bible was printed over a millennium after the biblical canons were established. How many of those years were required to design the chapter and verse numbers in the Bible? 100? 500? Was it the work of one man or generations of men? We will never know the answers to these questions, but that the progeny of Jove are responsible for the chapters and verse numbers in the Bible is beyond questioning. 

 

 

XXX REWRITE (left off here)

This is a critically important anti-cipher to let you know the interpretation of 666 in the previous section is correct.

 

 

 

There are Two Units of Measurement in the Maya Long Count Calendar: 2160 and 144


 

 

The Table


I worked for over five years developing this table. It is the centerpiece of my work, though the interpretation of what has happened in the past (the furthest right-hand column) is ongoing.

calendar120220121015PM

 

Please note the following:

  • Great Cycles: Great Cycles occur every 432 orbits of Jupiter
  • Jose Solar Cycles: I cannot help but notice that are only three times when an even number of Jose solar cycles coincides with a Great Cycle, once at the start of the calendar 25,621.488 years ago, once in the middle of the calendar (Great Cycle 3.5) in 10,793 BC and this year, 2018 AD.

 

 

 

 

 

Maya Long Count Calendar


There are 2160 orbits of Jupiter in the Maya Long Count calendar. Well then, the astute reader will ask, is 216 sacred because of Lucien Khan’s discoveries or because you think there are 2160 orbits of Jupiter in the Maya Long Count calendar? And if it’s the mathematical work, might there be 2160 orbits of Jupiter in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar simply because 216 is a very sacred number? And if that is the case, might your notion of cycles of destruction be completely whimsical? I struggled with this question for some time until I learned more about the sacred numbers. The question evidences a lack of understanding of sacred numbers. They manifest themselves in geometry, music, space, and time. On the Using Sacred Numbers to Track the Progeny of Jove page, I argue that time is as material as the protons, neutrons, and electrons in an atom because time is essentially a measurement of the orbital paths of heavenly bodies, and those orbits are controlled by the exact same electromagnetic force that holds the protons, neutrons, and electrons in an atom together. You cannot begin to understand the progeny of Jove until you understand how sacred these numbers truly are, none more so than 216. They are the religion of the progeny of Jove for this very reason. They cannot help themselves but to stamp these numbers on everything they do. This explains why you can use sacred numbers to tack them through time, like tracking an animal through the woods.

 

This 216 x 144 = 31,104 formula is way beyond coincidental and exactly how one tracks the progeny of Jove  as discussed in the Tracking the Progeny of Jove through Time section of the Progeny of Jove page. And of course students of the Maya Long Count calendar will recognize immediately that 31,104 contains the year 3114 BC in which the calendar is thought to have begun. If you doubt for a moment that the progeny of Jove would have worked this hard to number the chapters and verses in the Bible, then I have failed to sufficiently impress upon you how much emphasis they place on numbers. Numbers are their God. They are everything to the progeny of Jove. Leaving the chapter and verse numbers in the Holy Bible to chance was never going to fly with them.

216 + 144 = 360 (completeness)

Just as Revelation was created to complete the Bible and 31,104 verses complete the Bible, so 214 + 144 = 360. As in the 360 degrees of a circle, 36 always represents completeness.

Other sections in which the subject of the astonishing design of chapter and verse numbers in the Bible are discussed in detail:

I will expand this list in time. There already exists dozens of places on this website where I discuss chapter and verse numbers imbued with meaning. I just don’t want to take the time to track them all down now.