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I AM OBSSESSED ALPHA! WITH THE NUMBER 137!… in physics, The Occult, Qabalah, the pyramids, Manly P Hall and Freemasonry, element 137 ‘Untriseptium’, music, contacting extra-terrestrial life!… THE COSMIC CODE!

137

“Mills couldn’t have arrived at that number by chance… again and again it reveals itself in physics, in nature… I’m obsessed with it. I’m looking for it everywhere in terms of ‘The Occult’…
When I read that Mills had arrived at it in GUT-CP… it sealed the deal for me… bye bye Quantum, designated to the dustbin of scientific lunacy”

Like I said I’m looking for it EVERYWHERE!
(I never actually had traits of Asperger’s as a child or teenager! It’s just something I kind of developed in late
r life! :D)

137 the Cosmic Code written by the ‘hand of God’

The mystery about α is actually a double mystery.

The first mystery – the origin of its numerical value α ≈ 1/137 has been recognized and discussed for decades.

The second mystery – the range of its domain – is generally unrecognized.
~
— Malcolm H. Mac Gregor, M.H. MacGregor (2007). The Power of Alpha. World Scientific. p. 69. ISBN 978-981-256-961-5.
UNUM TRES HEPTA

137-pauli
Untriseptium is a temporary IUPAC systematic element name derived from the digits 137, where “un-” represents Latin unum meaning “one”, “tri-” from tres meaning “three”and “sept-” from either Greek hepta or Latin septua, both meaning seven.

Research scientists usually refer to the element simply as element 137. Transuranium elements like this usually end up being named after a scientist or the location of a laboratory that does work in atomic physics.

If this element is actually discovered, it may be renamed to feynmanium (symbol Fy) after Richard Feynman.

Untriseptium – Elements Wiki

 

Would element 137 – unitriseptium really spell the end of the periodic table?

Column: The crucible

Solar System 1/137

Does the periodic table run out?

Folk legend asserts that Richard Feynman closed the curtains on the elements after the hypothetical element 137, inelegantly named untriseptium, or more appealingly dubbed feynmanium in his honour.

As physicists (and numerologists) will know, that is no arbitrary cutoff. 137 is an auspicious number – so much so that Feynman himself is said to have recommended that physicists display it prominently in their offices as a reminder of how much they don’t know. Wolfgang Pauli, whose exclusion principle explained the structure of the periodic table, was obsessed with the number 137, and discussed its significance over fine wine with his friend and former psychoanalyst Carl Jung – a remarkable relationship explored in Arthur I Miller’s recent book Deciphering the cosmic number (W W Norton, 2009).

When Pauli was taken ill in Zürich with pancreatic cancer in 1958 and was put in hospital room number 137, he was convinced his time had come – and he was right.
For Carl Jung, 137 was significant as the number associated with the Jewish mystical tradition called the Cabbalah, as pointed out to physicist Victor Weisskopf by the eminent Jewish scholar Gershom Scholem.

stop: Carl Jung bottom: Wolfgang Pauli

And if you think the issue ends with 137 some scientists argue that any relativistic limit would come much later, at element 173.
Regardless these elements would be very difficult to create, and such difficulties could cap the periodic table long before element 168.
But the numbers 168 can be manipulated by rotations and reflections to produce 819 or the inverse of phi >> .618
168 presents itself as a numerical cosmic anagram telegram worth investigating just like the LIE rotated yields 3I7 and unscrambled hints at I37 or I73.

LEvI >> I^37
LEvI priests were put in charge of the Ark of the Covenant.

What would a LEvI priest or QaBaLaH rabbi have to say about the magic of 137?
THE MAGIC OF 137 | Kabbalahstudent.com

Part One: Introduction: 37, 73, 137 and Qabalah

Through the sum of the two prime placements (33) underlying Chokhmah we find 137, the 33rd prime, which is also the standard value of Qabalah (ק ב ל ה = Qoph100 + Beit2 + Lamed30 + Hé5 = 137). The Chlorophyll molecule, responsible for converting light to energy – giving life to all plants, consists of precisely 137 atoms (C55H72MgN4O5). The value of α-inverse – also known as the inverse Fine-Structure Constant or simply Alpha, discovered/introduced by Sommerfeld in 1916, approximates 1/137. The role and significance of Alpha will be explored in much greater detail in Part II.

Part Two: 37, 137 and the Genesis of Light

“And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.” – Genesis 1:2

Alpha, Christ, and the Demiurgus of Light

“I am the light of the world.” – John 8:12

This has been interpreted in many ways, perhaps the most literally valid being the perspective of solar allegory. 137, being the value of Qabalah (from Heb. ‘qibel,’ ‘received’) and the 33rd prime, is also commonly referred to as Alpha-Inverse or simply Alpha, The Fine-Structure Constant, in scientific circles. The true value of Alpha (not it’s inverse) is 7.29735257×10^-3 (as of 2012). So what is the scientific significance of Alpha? It is a dimensionless quantity, meaning that it will always be the same regardless of what base one performs the calculations in. WikiPedia describes it as:

“…the coupling constant characterizing the strength of the electromagnetic interaction between elementary particles.”

As Prof. Laurence Eaves puts it:

“The number is required to know how specific wavelengths of light interact in precise ways with atoms and how electromagnetic forces hold atoms together. Hence we know that this number is one of the core factors that determine the size of the atoms and, therefore, the form and structure of the universe.”

“It [137 or 7.2973] would be one of the numbers you would signal to these aliens indicating that you have a scientific and technologically capable civilization on this planet.”

“…if the value were a little bit different from the value it actually has, we wouldn’t be around here talking about it…Atomic physics…is the way it is because of Alpha..”

The former statement is certainly far from insignificant. Many notable physicists have commented on this mathematical/physical anomaly. Richard Feynman said:

“It has been a mystery ever since it was discovered more than fifty years ago, and all good theoretical physicists put this number up on their wall and worry about it. Immediately you would like to know where this number for a coupling comes from: is it related to pi or perhaps to the base of natural logarithms? Nobody knows.” (QED: The Strange Theory of Light and Matter, p. 129)

A number have stated that Alpha is as much a philosophical as it is a scientific problem: without it, the task of ‘differentiating matter from ether’ and ‘unraveling the laws of nature’ would be ‘hopelessly difficult’ (Max Born). Without Alpha there would be no light, no emergence of structure from the void – all would simply be in a chaotic flux of pseudo-existence (according to our present understanding). Now would be a good time to recall that Chlorophyll – the molecule responsible for converting light to life – has 137 atoms! Clearly 137 is connected to light and its relation to energy. Bearing in mind these crucial facts, we shall now examine the following verses a tad more closely than usual. In Genesis 1:1-2 we read:

“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.
And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep.
And the spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.”

As was already pointed out, verse one has a standard value of 2,701 (37×73). What was not mentioned, however, is that the value of verse two is 3,546. The first five digits of Alpha – fundamental constant discovered in 1916 – are 72973:

27013546^2=729731667494116! Accurate to five digits, the verses describing the change from Void to Form reveal the scientific constant required to facilitate it! – And from this number proceed the following verses:

“And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.
“And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness.” – Genesis 1:3-4

Recall the statement made by Manly Hall in Part I, that ciphers may be uncovered by “counting words or letters.” The word light in Hebrew is Aur (207). The emboldened occurrence of this word in verse 4 is the 37th word in all of Scripture, and the 3rd letter is the 137th (a Vau).Considering the significance of these numbers – coupled with the same of these verses, and more importantly the sheer relevance and functionality of this religious-scientific connection, the odds of this happening are surely astronomical. It is interesting that the 37th word should be light, when Christ, who performed 37 miracles, is the light of the world in the verse that began this section.

(For the benefit of the more skeptically inclined, I have re-iterated the verses in question in their original Hebrew; using the gematria chart in Part I you may calculate the values and count the letters/words yourself. The original verses will be found at the end of this segment. Those who wish to verify the verse below will need to search for a Greek chart via Google.)

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.”

This sentence, designed as a Christianized replica of Gen 1:1 (alluding to it thereby), has a standard Greek gematria value of 3,627. 27013627^2=729736043695129! Here we see an even closer approximation of Alpha. Three of the most important of all biblical verses conceal the constant that upholds the universe; a constant that wouldn’t be discovered for another 2,600 years. Eaves did say “It would be one of the numbers you would signal.” Would we be ‘ignoring a sign’ if we considered these to be mere chance occurrences?

(While on the subject of mathematical knowledge embedded in Semitic Tradition, consider that according to the Jewish people The Seven-Day Creation was effected with the Twenty-Two Hebrew Letters. The two numbers are therefore inextricably linked in this way. For many years, 22/7 was used as the standard approximation of pi, yielding 3.1428, accurate to the third digit. According to current thought, a value this accurate was not known in that era. Also, the value of Shaddai שדי– a name for God – has a value of 314, as does the name of the Archangel Metatron [Enoch] מטטרון. Aside from Pi, Phi and Alpha existing throughout Scripture(!), the 3-4-5 Triangle is seen in the division of the Hebrew letters: 3 Mothers, 7 Doubles, 12 Simples: 3, 3+4=7, 3+4+5=12.)

As pointed out already by Prof. Eaves, Alpha is required to understand how “electromagnetic forces hold atoms together.” It is 100% identical to the role of Demiurge, holding the atoms of the Universe together and maintaining Creation.
(To be clear, a Demiurgus is a ‘semi-Creator’: He/She is the ‘Creator’, ‘Refiner’ and ‘Sustainer’ of this Universe, but is not inherently One with The Creator of All That Is, Was and Ever Shall There Be. Alpha could fittingly be seen as a mathematical Demiurge.)
This concludes Part 2. Our next segment will explore The Seven-Day Creation in relation to Saturn and the Cube, as well as other inter-related topics.
Genesis
בְּרֵאשִׁית בָּרָּא אֱל הִׁים אֵת הַשָּמַיִׁם וְּאֵת הָּאָרֶץ 1:1
וְּהָּאָרֶץ הָּיְּתָּה תֹהוּ וָּבֹהוּ וְּחֹשֶךְ עַל פְּנֵי תְּהוֹם וְּרוּחַ אֱלֹהִׁים1:2
מְּרַחֶפֶת עַל פְּנֵי הַמָּיִׁם – 1:3 וַיֹאמֶר אֱלֹהִׁים יְּהִׁי אוֹר וַיְּהִׁי אוֹר
וַיַרְּא אֱלֹהִׁים אֶת הָּאוֹר כִׁי טוֹב וַיַבְּדֵל אֱלֹהִׁים בֵין הָּאוֹר וּבֵין1:4
הַחֹשֶך –

The Mysterious 137

Fy 137
Feynmanium
If you have ever read Cargo Cult Science by Richard Feynman, you know that he believed that there were still many things that experts, or in this case, physicists, did not know. One of these ‘unknowns’ that he pointed out often to all of his colleagues was the mysterious number 137. This number is the value of the fine-structure constant (the actual value is one over one-hundred and thirty seven), which is defined as the charge of the electron (q) squared over the product of Planck’s constant (h) times the speed of light (c). This number actually represents the probability that an electron will absorb a photon. However, this number has more significance in the fact that it relates three very important domains of physics: electromagnetism in the form of the charge of the electron, relativity in the form of the speed of light, and quantum mechanics in the form of Planck’s constant. Since the early 1900’s, physicists have thought that this number might be at the heart of a GUT, or Grand Unified Theory, which could relate the theories of electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and most especially gravity. However, physicists have yet to find any link between the number 137 and any other physical law in the universe. It was expected that such an important equation would generate an important number, like one or pi, but this was not the case. In fact, about the only thing that the number relates to at all is the room in which the great physicist Wolfgang Pauli died: room 137. So whenever you think that science has finally discovered everything it possibly can, remember Richard Feynman and the number 137.

Dr. Bill Riemers writes: classical physics tells us that electrons captured by element #137 (as yet undiscovered and unnamed) of the periodic table will move at the speed of light. The idea is quite simple, if you don’t use math to explain it. 137 is the odds that an electron will absorb a single photon. Protons and electrons are bound by interactions with photons. So when you get 137 protons, you get 137 photons, and you get a 100% chance of absorption. An electron in the ground state will orbit at the speed of light. This is the electromagnetic equivalent of a black hole. For gravitational black hole, general relativity comes to the rescue to prevent planets from orbiting at the speed of light and beyond. For an electromagnetic black hole, general relativity comes to the rescue and saves element 137 from having electrons moving faster than the speed of light. However, even with general relativity, element 139 would still have electrons moving faster than light. According to Einstein, this is an impossibility. Thus proving that we still don’t understand 137.

Dr. James G. Gilson contributes more with his Solution to a 20th Century Mystery: Feynman’s conjecture of a relation between α, the fine structure constant, and π.
Feynman’s Conjecture: A general connection of the quantum coupling constants with π was anticipated by R. P. Feynman in a remarkable intuitional leap some 40 years ago as can be seen from the following much quoted extract from one of Feynman’s books.
There is a most profound and beautiful question associated with the observed coupling constant, e, the amplitude for a real electron to emit or absorb a real photon. It is a simple number that has been experimentally determined to be close to -0.08542455. (My physicist friends won’t recognize this number, because they like to remember it as the inverse of its square: about 137.03597 with about an uncertainty of about 2 in the last decimal place. It has been a mystery ever since it was discovered more than fifty years ago, and all good theoretical physicists put this number up on their wall and worry about it.) Immediately you would like to know where this number for a coupling comes from: is it related to π or perhaps to the base of natural logarithms? Nobody knows. It’s one of the greatest damn mysteries of physics: a magic number that comes to us with no understanding by man. You might say the “hand of God” wrote that number, and “we don’t know how He pushed his pencil.” We know what kind of a dance to do experimentally to measure this number very accurately, but we don’t know what kind of dance to do on the computer to make this number come out, without putting it in secretly!
The Solution: It will here be shown that this problem has a remarkably simple solution confirming Feynman’s conjecture. Let P(n) be the perimeter length of an n sided polygon and r(n) be the distance from its centre to the centre of a side. In analogy with the definition of π = C / 2r we can define an integer dependent generalization, π(n), of π as π(n) = P(n) / (2r(n)) = n tan(π / n). Let us define a set of constants {α(n1, n2)} dependent on the integers n1 n2 as α(n1, n2) = α(n1, ∞) π(n1 x n2) / π, ………………………* where α(n1,∞) = cos(π / n1) / n1. The numerical value of α, the fine structure constant, is given by the special case n1 = 137, n2 = 29. Thus α = α(137,29) = 0.0072973525318… The experimental value for α is αexp = 0.007297352533(27), the (27) is +/- the experimental uncertainty in the last two digits.
The very simple relation * between α, the fine structure constant, π and π(n) confirms Feynman’s conjecture and also his amazing intuitional skills.
Link: For details of how the formula * was obtained and some of the consequences arising from it visit the website: http://www.fine-structure-constant.org/.

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