Vortex Math – discovering 137

Can gravity be modeled geometrically by squaring a simple 137-digit sequence inside a torus?   I think so… Using Vortex Based Mathematics (VBM), I stumbled upon a simple numeric answer for where this number 137 comes from (it’s the same simple geometry that creates doubling and the Fibonacci sequence).  So, a simple numerical method in VBM […]

Mathematics in the Book of Revelation

The Book of Revelation has proven intellectually stimulating for countless mathematicians throughout history, with Isaac Newton being one of the most famous. Newton devoted a very large portion of his career to its study.  Mathematicians gravitate toward Revelation because the book is filled with mathematical mystery — much more than just the infamous 666 mystery.  […]

Logic, Faith, and Skepticism

Introduction: A Paradox  Honestly, do you love trying to be logical?  What about interesting?  Moral?  Funny?  Cool?  Talented?  Productive?  Attractive?  Caring?  Intelligent?  Heroic?  Can you honestly say that your life experience is a saga that divine beings (if any) would enjoy contemplating, or are you more like an ‘extra’ playing some limited role for ‘statistical […]

The Number 19

In biblical Hebrew, one name for “God” is “Alha”.  You can read this for yourself in the Book of Genesis and onward.  A key name of the Almighty is Alha, which is spelled ‘aleph-lamed-hey-aleph’. Using simple gematria (aleph = 1, bet = 2… tav =22), the total of these letters is 19.  (1 (a) + […]

Perspectives on Alhym (Elohim) Historically and Today

A.     Introduction         The biblical word translated “God” is actually written in the original Hebrew as: ALHA (singular) or Alhym (conjugated).  In modern Hebrew, this has become ‘Elohim’, ‘Eloha’, and so forth.  There is much to say here — for example, Alhym can also be a quality, “godly”.  See e.g. the comparison in Daniel 4:8 between […]


This post is written especially for restless Americans who wish to take back the Republic. First, let’s drop the nostalgia. It’s debatable whether there ever really was a fair Republic on this land (either with Americans or native Indians), or even a mildly simpler time – free of oppression, ignorance and corruption.  And as for […]

Restricted Movements

Throughout history, political underdogs with momentum always seem to prevail over the aggressor, only to be hijacked by the powers-that-be, thereby becoming the very aggressor originally opposed. “There is nothing more common in history than for oppressed people to rise up against their masters and, at great cost in treasure and blood, throw off the […]