Tuesday, October 25, 2016

"Galactic Tick Day," "Popular Mechanics," "Countdown" and other additions to the Encyclopedia of Gematria

Galactic Tick Day Promotion
Galactic Tick Day was first publicized on 9-6-2016. It was first observed on 9-29-2016. It's stated purpose is to promote scientific awareness of space and science. The organizers claim that Earth travels around the Milky Way galaxy every 225 million years. A centi-arcsecond of this journey of our solar system occurs roughly every 1.77 years. The next celebration occurs on June 26, 2018. 

The scientific establishment website that promotes Galactic Tick Day states the starting point for the "holiday" was designated as beginning on October 2, 1608. That was the day that Hans Lippershey filed the first patent ever recorded for the telescope. The gematria for "centi-arcsecond" and Lippershey match very closely, another piece of evidence that shows how gematria is used behind the scenes. 

Galactic Tick Day in English Reduction =  57 (7+1+3+1+3+2+9+3   2+9+3+2   4+1+7)
Milky Way Galaxy

Galactic Tick Day in English Reduction with the -k exception =  66 (7+1+3+1+3+11+9+3   2+9+3+2   4+1+7)

Galactic Tick Day in English Ordinal = 129 (7+1+12+1+3+20+9+3   20+9+3+11   4+1+25)

Galactic Tick Day in English Gematria = 1191 (7+1+30+1+3+200+9+3  200+9+3+20  4+1+70)

Countdown  in the English Ordinal = 129 (3+15+21+14+20+4+15+23+14)

Countdown in English Reduction = 39 (3+6+3+5+2+4+6+5+5)

A unit of measurement in astronomy. More specifically, this unit has been used to measure the observance of Galactic Tick Day, a recent "holiday" designed to promote establishment science
and NASA propaganda. 
Centi-Arcsecond in English Reduction = 61 (3+5+5+2+9+1+9+3+1+5+3+6+5+4)

Centi-Arcsecond in English Reduction with the -s exception = 70 (3+5+5+2+9+1+9+3+10+5+3+6+5+4)

Centi-Arcsecond in English Ordinal =133 (3+5+14+20+9+1+18+3+19+5+3+15+14+4)

Hans Lippershey
He was the first person to be awarded a patent for the telescope on October 2, 1608. 
Lippershey in English Reduction = 61 (3+9+7+7+5+9+1+8+5+7)

Lippershey in English Reduction with the -s exception = 70 (3+9+7+7+5+9+10+8+5+7)

Lippershey in English Ordinal = 133 (12+9+16+16+5+18+19+8+5+25)

Planet in English Ordinal = 68 (16+12+1+14+5+20)

Planet in English Reduction = 23 (7+3+1+5+5+2)

Popular Mechanics in English Ordinal = 174 (16+15+16+21+12+1+18  13+5+3+8+1+14+9+3+19)

Popular Mechanics in English Reduction = 75 (7+6+7+3+3+1+9   4+5+3+8+1+5+9+3+1)

Popular Mechanics in English Reduction with the -s exception = 84 (7+6+7+3+3+1+9   4+5+3+8+1+5+9+3+10)