If you have read Part 1 and 2 of the Libra Paper then you understand there lies a deeper meaning behind this otherwise ordinary newspaper. I have demonstrated the divine tapestry displayed in its number patterns and now we will focus on the names. Continue reading “The Libra Paper Part III : Etymology”
Before engaging this far from ordinary analysis of the paper which recently entered my possession I’d like to share a brief commentary on my process. I by no means consider myself a numbers guy and have not much cared to look beneath the surface of most things until recently. From time to time I come across themes that awaken something within. There are those sinking feelings one describes in their stomach upon hearing fateful news and there are the butterflies one may feel while encountering the love of their life.
These happenings would fall somewhere in the middle. A mix of enthusiasm coupled with an unease of knowing there is much to uncover. The most crude way to describe this experience would be a glitch in the matrix. It is evidence of something beyond our physical domain or a “wrinkle in time” if you will. There is a bizarre quality to these unique encounters that shouts from another dimension. For me, this is a form of worship to my Creator who reigns sovereign over every detail of our lives and often leaves His fingerprints for us to uncover when we spend the time to unravel His deep mysteries. Continue reading “The 7th of Cheshvan and the Libra Paper Part I”