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A diagram which shows the derivation of Pi, or 3.14, or "314", in Greek isopsephy value, on a scale set equal to units of the diameter of a circle.[1]

In numbers, 314 (LH:14), in hieroglyphics: 314 H.png[2], is the first three digits of (3.141596 ...); the isopsephy value of the word "Bible" (Greek βῐiβλος) (NE:314); or the day of Mar 14th (3/14), aka Pi Day[3], which curiously falls on Einstein's birthday.


In c.3000BC, Egyptians, as can be historically deduced, determined pi as follows:

or in Egyptian fractional addition form:

This equals 3.14 in modern "decimal" notation (Stevin, 1585). This can be found by taking a rope that is 314 units in length (as circumference), making it into a circle on the ground, then take another string of 100 units in length (as diameter), and from these measure Pi by unrolling the circle, as shown adjacent, and finding Pi to at least two digits or 3 plus 14/100 units, which is written in Egyptian numbers as follows:

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where Three H.png is 3, Plus (right).png means plus, and 1 over 100 H.png means 1/100.

Khufu pyramid | Pi

In 2600BC, the Egyptians, during the construction of the Khufu pyramid, knew the value of pi () to at least two or three digits, based on the following formula:

where h (146.6 m) is the height and b (230.3 meters) is the based of the pyramid, which yields:

This measure is based on the measurements of the height and based of the Khufu.[4]

318 themed | Pi

In c.2000BC, Egyptians were using the following for pi ():

This equals:

Written in Egyptian number hieroglyphs, using the modern "divided by" notation, instead of the mouth symbol Mouth H.png, which the Egyptians used for divide, this would read as follows (in shorthand), albeit written as an expanded sum of fractions (in Egyptian):

Pi equals 1000 divided by 318.png

The lotus symbol: Lotus H.png , the Egyptian symbol for 1000, represents or is symbolic of Horus, as the morning sun, born out of the waters of the Nun, the void like waters defined as the "monad" (e.g. by Pythagoras). The number "318" was translated by the Greeks into the words "theta", symbol: Θ, the symbol of the Egyptian sun god and the Ennead sun god family, and the word "Helios", the Greek sun god. The value of pi in this Greek-Egyptian translated sense, would equal:

Pi equals Lotus divided by Theta.png

Said another way, theta, Θ, i.e. 318 (or the sun), is equal to the lotus, i.e. 1000 (or the monad), divided by pi (or 3.14):

Theta equals Lotus divided by Pi.png

In c.1200BC, Egyptians knew pi () to about four digits, according to the following formula:

In decimal form:

In 750BC, Hesiod wrote his Theogony, was already using Greek words "theta" (Greek letter 9) and "Helios" (Greek sun god) with the isopsephy-coded as sacred number "318". In isopsephy formula:

Therefore, if Hesiod was already telling a full story using this double theta name cipher (Helios = Theta = 318), then the "318 cipher" would have already had to have been in place one to four centuries prior, when the Greek alphabet (1200BC) first took form, which is corroborated by the fact that numerical ordering of the Greek alphabet follows the order of steps of the Hermopolis recension (2400BC) of the Heliopolis creation myth (2800BC).

Other | Pi values

In 1650BC, Rhind Papyrus, copied from a document dated to 1850BC, says the following:

“Cut off 1/9 of a diameter and construct a square upon the remainder; this has the same area as the circle.”
— Ahmes (1650BC), Rhind Papyrus[5]

This yields a formula for the area of a circle that treats as 3.16, one of the earliest approximations of on papyrus record.

≈ 3.16.

In 250BC, Archimedes proved, using a 96-side regular polygon, that π falls within the following range: 3.1408 < π < 3.1429.

In 150AD, Ptolemy, in his Almagest, gave a value for π of 3.1416.

Geometry | Mathematics

The formula that relates the circumference C and the diameter D of a circle is as follows:

where is 3.1415...


A circle with a diameter of 318.318 units, according (Ѻ) to the formula C = 2πr , has a circumference of 1000, which the Greeks equated with the monad or perfect unity.[6]

Related to , is the number "318", which firstly is the ratio of 1/π which is:

Theologically, the number "318" is isopsephy-coded into the Greek words: theta, the 9th letter of the Greek alphabet, symbol "Θ", which is code for the Egyptian sun god based creation model, centered around Atum-Ra (or Ra), and the Greek sun god family Ennead, and Helios, the Greek sun god.

Mathematically, the number 318 is found to have several relations in respect to a circle with a circumference of 1,000 units; which the Greeks equated with the "monad" or mind of god.


In Greek religio-mythology, the value of 314 (π) is coded, via mathematical theology, such that a circle with a circumference of 1000, which equates to the "monad" in Pythagoreanism, and a diameter of 318.318, which equates to two thetas (Θ,Θ), the isopsephy value of theta being 318, which is also the isopsephy value of Helios, the Greek sun god, yields an accurate calculation of "" to four digits:

which is the best approximation of pi that mathematicians knew at this time. As for what a monad divided by two thetas (or one theta and one Helios; or two Helioses) actually means, in the original Greco-Egyptian conception of things, is a bit puzzling? The Monad translates as the "nous" or mind of god, which derives from the Egyptian Nun. Helios is the Greek sun god, or Greek rescript of either Ra or Horus. Theta, however, is an admixture of about five different sun god themes, in layered cyphers, mostly meant to embody the gist of Heliopolis creation myth. In the original Egyptian conception, could render as Nun (1000) divided by the sum of Ra (318), the father "sun god" / noon sun god, and Horus (318), the son of the "sun god" / morning sun god?


The name Bible, accordingly, thus renders, in words, via decoded isopsephy, as follows:

The word "Bible", accordingly, renders as the book of "book of Pi", or the "book of the father", as pi (Π) is the initial of English name father (pater).

Isopsephy / Gematria

The following are religio-mythology isopsephy and or gematria of related note:

  • Bible [Book of Gods] (βῐ́βλος) = 314 [Π] (isopsephy value)
  • 1000 = 1 or Monad [Nous / Nun] (in Pythagorean mathematics)

Amicable pairs

  • Chosen one [Bechir] (בָּחִיר) = 220 [higher amicable pair] (gematria value)
  • Christ / Lamb [Kar] (כר) = 220 [lower amicable pair] (gematria value)


The following are some notable dates:

  • 14 Mar 1988 | Larry Show, at San Francisco Exploratorium, celebrates Pi Day [3]


The following are quotes:

“By the way, today is Einstein’s birthday. So we are at a very fitting place. And it just occurred to me, 3/14 [or] 3.14, is the first approximation of Pi (Π), which refers to ‘infinity’ [god]. So as long as your quantum physics helps me understand infinity, I would be honored [to have you teach me].”
— Deepak Chopra (2010), “Debate: Does God Have a Future”, Audience Q&A [with Leonard Mlodinow[8]] (1:04:43-5:16) [7]
42 is 3 14s [3 x 14 (314) = 42 / 3.141592 ... / Pi / Bible]. It’s meant to get you to explore the number. It encodes pi, among other things. An atheist arguing against a historical Bible is like a vegetarian yelling at someone wearing a synthetic leather jacket. Your base of argumentation is off, unfortunately.”
— The Sozo Guy (2020), Comment to Thims “42 Generations of Christ: Abraham (Ra) to Jesus (Horus)” video[9]

End matter


  1. Reed, Thomas. (2011). “History of Pi” (YT), Thomas Reed, May 30.
  2. Egyptian numerals – Dcode.fr.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Pi Day – Wikipedia.
  4. For whatever reason, many will argue that this Khufu pi is just a coincidence, and that the Egyptians didn't know the value of pi until after the Rhind Papyrus (1650BC). This type of argument, however, goes against the entire 4,000-year cosmology of the Egyptians, which is circle based.
  5. Wilson, David. (2000). “The History of Pi”, Rutgers, Spring.
  6. Fideler, David. (1993). Jesus Christ, Sun of God: Ancient Cosmology and Early Christian Symbolism (318, 6+ pgs). Quest Books.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Shermer, Michael; Harris, Sam; Chopra, Deepak; Houston, Jean. (2010). “Does God Have a Future” (YT) (Ѻ) (woo woo, 14:50-15:24; god = infinity [Chopra and Leonard Mlodinow], 1:03:56-1:05:16; Pi and Einstein's birthday, 1:04:43-1:05:05), Mar 14; aired on Nightline Face-Off, Mar 23.
  8. Leonard Mlodinow – Wikipedia.
  9. Sozo Guy. (2020). Comment to “42 Generations of Christ: Abraham (Ra) to Jesus (Horus)” (YT), Atheism Reviews, 2017.

External links

  • 314 – Wikipedia.
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