There
are two topics in the world in which we live that will inevitably
intersect. When it comes to popularity and frequency of use, these
two things, Pi and the Bible, they both stand out in ways that are
incomprehensible.

First
let us consider Pi. Irregardless of people, place, or language, if
the task at hand is figuring the dimension of the world that we find
ourselves upon, or any world for that matter, you must utilize one
math - one equation - one symbol - one language that defines the
circle of life, and that one thing is Pi.
Since its inception of use in 1706 by the British mathematician
William Jones

^{1}, the Greek letter Pi has defined the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. Numbers are universal in math as the Greek alphabet is universal in mathematical constants. It does not matter in which mathematical field you walk, or in which mathematical language you speak, whether arithmetic, algebra, geometry or calculus, the equation is C/d = Pi and Pi equals 3.14. It's usage is infinite, and it's popularity extends not only to a Google Doodle^{2}, but as of March 12, 2009, Pi Day has been designated March 14 (3/14 in the month/day date format) by the United States 111th Congress with H.R. 224^{3}. More recently it has been put forth by Melissa Hogenboom to be arguably the most beautiful of all equations^{4}.
Secondly,
and only so by order, not importance, let us contemplate the Bible.
No other book has known anything remotely close to its constant
multilinguistical usage. It is currently being translated into 1,300
new languages and has already been translated into 1,185 languages

^{5}. It is not only the most highly cited source in history, with regards to nonfiction, it is the most highly quoted written work in both private and public speeches. It has been utilized by emperors, conquerors, usurpers, presidents, prime ministers, and all varying types of both elected and non-elected government officials. It has been cited as a source in the West, East, Middle East, and Far East as well as both Northern and Southern Hemispheres. The Bible has set the code of conduct for more individuals and set the rule of law for more of the total population ever born than any other book in history. Its popularity as far as the volume of total sales are concerned is absolutely staggering. When articles are written about which book is the "best seller" it is the standard not to include the Bible because it is common knowledge it holds prime position^{6}. Daniel Radosh points out that the Bible, being the best-selling book of all time, obscures a more startling fact: that the Bible is the best-selling book of the year, every year^{7}.
One
fact that is obscured more than most, it that Pi was always a number.
It is the truth that Pi has always equaled 80. That has always been
the case because the Greek language was always alphanumerical in its
written form, that is to say, the letters were also the numbers. It
predates the advent of Arabic numerals (also Hindu–Arabic numeral
system or Hindu numeral system) by thousands of years. This comes as
a shock to most when they first realize that there were no 1s, 2s, or
3s in the ancient languages. Those things did not enter into the
historical equation until Leonardo Fibonacci penned his 1202 book,
"Liber Abaci", promoting its use in the west. With this in
mind, that means that the Bible was composed alphanumerically from
its very beginning.

The
Bible was originally penned for the private use of Israelites in
Hebrew. Later, it was transcribed into Greek to be included in the
Library of Alexandria

^{8 }for consumption by the general population. Both of these "original", if you will, languages are alphanumeric and they always have been. In the Hebrew and Greek, you characterize numbers by either spelling them out or writing them out (one-hundred forty-four). The process of alphanumerics is called*Isopsephy*(ισος (isos) "equal" and ψηφος (psephos) "pebble") in Greek and*Gematria*(Greek γεματρία, "geometry") in Hebrew respectively.
These
two alphanumeric processes can be utilized to determine if the ratio
of Pi(

^{22}/_{7}) can be found in the Biblical text. For this exercise, we will be using the 826^{th}chapter of the Bible commonly called Ezekiel, the 24^{th}chapter. I have selected the 1,290 day sequence from Daniel 12:11 for our Pi ratio(^{1290}/_{410}).
These
verses, or equations rather, will be given in the following format:
word

^{integer}**Ezekiel 24:23 Septuagint**

και

^{31}αι^{11}κομαι^{141}υμων^{1290}επι^{95}της^{508}κεφαλης^{764}υμων^{1290}και^{31}τα^{301}υποδηματα^{904}υμων^{1290}εν^{55}τοις^{580}ποσιν^{410}υμων^{1290}ουτε^{775}μη^{48}κοψησθε^{1012}ουτε^{775}μη^{48}κλαυσητε^{964}και^{31}εντακησεσθε^{803}εν^{55}ταις^{511}αδικιαις^{256}υμων^{1290}και^{31}παρακαλεσετε^{748}εκαστος^{796}τον^{420}αδελφον^{660}αυτου^{1171}**Ezekiel 24:14 Masoretic**

אני

^{61}**יהוה**^{26}**דברתי**^{616}**באה**^{8}**ועשיתי**^{796}**לא**^{31}**אפרע**^{351}**ולא**^{37}**אחוס**^{75}**ולא**^{37}**אנחם**^{99}**כדרכיך**^{274}**וכעלילותיך**^{602}**שפטוך**^{415}**נאם**^{91}**אדני**^{65}**יהוה**^{26}׃**796 + 31 + 351 + 37 + 75**

**=**

**1290**

**37 + 99 + 274**

**=**

**410**

These
results are conclusive, whereas

^{1290}/_{410}equates to Pi = 3.14. It would appear that the results point to a cyclical aspect to time. Although this is not new, as the ancient Indian, Greek, Egyptian, Mayan and Aztec scholars viewed time in this manner, it is*completely unconsidered by theologians both past and present. There can be no doubt that the Author of Ezekiel, the 24*^{th}*chapter, mathematically inserted the 1,290 day sequence in a cyclical nature by utilizing the 3.14 ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. The hypothesis presented should also play out on a grandeur design with this chapter, if any credence is to be accredited to it. The chapter in question presents the equation*^{826}*/*_{263}*as Pi = 3.14.*

**Ezekiel 24:1 Masoretic**
ויהי

^{31}**דבר**^{206}**יהוה**^{26}**אלי**^{41}**בשנה**^{357}**התשיעית**^{1195}**בחדש**^{314}**העשירי**^{595}**בעשור**^{578}**לחדש**^{342}**לאמר**^{271}׃**263**

**=**

**31 + 206 + 26**

**Ezekiel 24:2 Masoretic**
בן

^{52}**אדם**^{45}**כתוב**^{428}**לך**^{50}**את**^{401}**שם**^{340}**היום**^{61}**את**^{401}**עצם**^{200}**היום**^{61}**הזה**^{17}**סמך**^{120}**מלך**^{90}**בבל**^{34}**אל**^{31}**ירושלם**^{586}**בעצם**^{202}**היום**^{61}**הזה**^{17}׃

**202 + 61**

**=**

**263****Ezekiel 24:8 Masoretic**

להעלות

^{541}**חמה**^{53}**לנקם**^{220}**נקם**^{191}**נתתי**^{860}**את**^{401}**דמה**^{49}**על**^{100}**צחיח**^{116}**סלע**^{160}**לבלתי**^{472}**הכסות**^{491}׃**401 + 49 + 100 + 116 + 160**

**=**

**826**

**Ezekiel 24:10 Masoretic**

הרבה

^{212}**העצים**^{215}**הדלק**^{139}**האש**^{306}**התם**^{445}**הבשר**^{507}**והרקח**^{319}**המרקחה**^{358}**והעצמות**^{617}**יחרו**^{224}׃**507 + 319**

**=**

**826**

**Ezekiel 24:13 Masoretic**

בטמאתך

^{472}זמה^{52}יען^{130}טהרתיך^{644}ולא^{37}טהרת^{614}מטמאתך^{510}לא^{31}תטהרי^{624}עוד^{80}עד^{74}הניחי^{83}את^{401}חמתי^{458}בך^{22}׃**52 + 130 + 664**

**=**

**826**

**Ezekiel 24:15 Masoretic**

ויהי

^{31}**דבר**^{206}**יהוה**^{26}**אלי**^{41}**לאמר**^{271}׃**263**

**=**

**31 + 206 + 26**

**Ezek 24:19 Masoretic**

ויאמרו

^{263}**אלי**^{41}**העם**^{115}**הלא**^{36}**תגיד**^{417}**לנו**^{86}**מה**^{45}**אלה**^{36}**לנו**^{86}**כי**^{30}**אתה**^{406}**עשה**^{375}׃**263**

**Ezekiel 24:22 Masoretic**

ועשיתם

^{826}**כאשר**^{521}**עשיתי**^{790}**על**^{100}**שפם**^{420}**לא**^{31}**תעטו**^{485}**ולחם**^{84}**אנשים**^{401}**לא**^{31}**תאכלו**^{457}׃**826**

These
findings indicate that Ezekiel Twenty-four is cyclical in nature. T

*he Author of this text mathematically inserted the chapter number in a cyclical nature by utilizing the 3.14 ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. This is accomplished 8 times, four 826's and four 263's.*
This
data supports the hypothesis that time is cyclical, therefore
Eschatology Isochronal. This comes at odds with academic theology 2
ways.

- The 1,290 days is a reoccurring sequence of time.
- Ezekiel 24 is a reoccurring prophetic event.

- Berggren, Lennart; Borwein, Jonathan; Borwein, Peter (1997). Pi: a Source Book. Springer-Verlag. ISBN 978-0-387-20571-7.
- 14 March 2010 - Pi Day
__http://www.google.com/doodles/pi-day__ - United States. Cong. House. Supporting the designation of Pi Day, and for other purposes. 111th Cong. Library of Congress.
- Hogenboom, Melissa. "You decide: What is the most beautiful equation?" BBC 20 January 2016
- "Bible Statistics".
__Statistic Brain Research Institute__28 April 2013__http://www.statisticbrain.com/bibles-printed/__ - "The 15 Biggest Bestsellers EVER After The Bible (PHOTOS)". Huffington Post 30 July 2010
- Radosh, Daniel. "The Good Book Business." The New Yorker 16 December 2006
- Dines, Jennifer M. The Septuagint, Michael A. Knibb, Ed., London: T&T Clark, 2004.

Matthew
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3/12/16

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