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  • David Renfro
    Th.# 9: it yielded sixty per measure and one hundred twenty per measure. Th.# 23: one from a thousand and two from ten thousand These two odd
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      Th.# 9: it yielded sixty per measure and one hundred twenty per measure.
      Th.# 23: one from a thousand and two from ten thousand

      These two "odd" mathematical formulas have much in common,
      other than leaving the reader perplexed.
      It has been suggested that # 23 adds up to 120, a significant
      number in symbology. Using the same procedure; would the
      sum of # 9 equal 180? Is this also an important symbolic number?
      Is it possible, both passages suffer from the same translational
      mistake, and neither verse implies a formula?
      If the same mistake is made twice, doesn't it afford a
      problematic opportunity?
      Dave Renfro








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