The Human Body Is A Machine – Master Numbers 11, 22, 33 Found In Human Design

The human body is a machine – a complex orchestration of three-dimensional fractal patterns.

All senses in the body are routed to the brain via the nervous system. When signals, sent by nerve endings, reach the brain, neurons within it fire in three-dimensional fractal patterns, processing the information. For every memory, there is a specific fractal pattern which represents it that is stored within the human brain. Simple – right?

 

The Brain Is A 3D Fractal Interface For The Soul

Your skeletal system is comprised of many bones. In particular, your skull has 22 bones and your back has 33 vertebrae. Your rib cage has 11 true ribs on each side. There is a twelfth rib, on each side, but it is not considered a true rib, because it is not bone.

11, 22, and 33 are precise or ‘master’ numbers. They are also multiples of 11. I couldn’t begin to calculate the mathematical odds of all three of those numbers being encoded in your DNA through any other process other than intelligent thought.

 

Master Numbers Encoded In Human DNA

 

The Vertebral Column

spine.gif (11596 bytes)The human body is an amazing thing – or more accurately stated – *machine*. It is fully functional and extremely versatile. It offers a method of locomotion to that which is not of the physical (i.e. the spirit or soul).

There are several sub-systems which make up the physical body. The major systems are the skeletal, muscular, nervous and cardiovascular. The skeletal system provides the foundation and all of the other systems are combined with it to make a biological machine. The nervous system provides the sensation of touch, taste, smell, sight and much more, all of which are needed by this wondrous machine to interact with the physical universe.

Your back is made up of a series of bones called ‘vertebrae’. Together they form a flexible column. There are a total of thirty-three vertebrae and they are grouped under the names cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, and coccygeal. There are seven in the cervical region, twelve in the thoracic, five in the lumbar, five in the sacral, and four in the coccygeal.

Freemasonry should pop into your mind at this point. The number 33 is the highest degree within Masonry. As we further our research, we find more and more evidence that directly ties the modern global elite (Freemasons) to the biblical Elohim.

As you look at the vertebrae in the column, the ones in the neck are smaller than the ones lower down. The reason for this is to provide a greater range of motion and flexibility for your skull.

 

The Human Skull

At the summit of the vertebral column is the skull. The skull is oval shaped. It is wider behind than in front. The bones it is comprised of are flattened or irregular. The only exception is the mandible (commonly known as the jawbone). These bones are immovably jointed together. The cranium lodges and protects the brain and it consists of eight bones, while the facial skeleton consists of fourteen bones.

Skull … 22 bones Cranium … 8 bones Occipital
Two Parietals
Frontal
Two Temporals
Sphenoidal
Ethmoidal
Face ……. 14 bones Two Nasals
Two Maxillæ
Two Lacrimals
Two Zygomatics
Two Palatines
Two Inferior Nasal Conchæ
Vomer
Mandible


The Ribs

ribs.gif (13003 bytes)Human ribs are comprised of elastic arches of bone and make up a large part of the thoracic skeleton. On either side of the structure there are 12 ribs, but this number could be increased by development of a cervical or lumbar rib, or diminished to 11.

Directly behind the vertebral column is where the first 7 ribs connect. In front, they connect through the intervention of the costal cartilages, with the sternum. They’re often referred to as “true” or vertebro-sternal ribs. The other 5 ribs are “false” ribs.

The first 3 ribs each have their cartilage attached to the cartilage of the rib above (called “vertebro-chondral”). The last 2 ribs are free at their anterior extremities, so they are referred to as “floating” ribs or vertebral ribs.

 

The Brain and DNA (DeoxyriboNucleic Acid)

The human brain is most interesting. When any ‘memory’ is accessed, neurons within it fire in a *three-dimensional fractal pattern*. Examples of a three-dimensional fractal pattern are the outline of a cloud, a bolt of lightning, or the veins in your arms.

Fractal Geometry, like everything else in this universe (and others) is based on mathematics, a medium known to be predetermined.

Everything about our physical bodies is described within our DNA. The gene is a unit of heredity. It is time for people to approach the human body from a spiritual perspective. If they would, they would begin to understand more about how it truly works, in its relationship to their spiritual essence, or soul.

The nervous system routes everything to the brain. It sends signals to the spinal cord, then to the brain. The brain in turn communicates that stimuli to your soul and is then interpreted as “three-dimensional fractal geometry”. Everything that you taste, touch, see, smell and hear is stored within the brain in this manner. Your DNA has to be very dynamic in order to accommodate this feat.

Your DNA has three-dimensional fractal geometry encoded *within it*, because it is throughout your entire body. It also has the master numbers 11, 22, and 33 within it, because your ribs are 11 on each side, your skull has 22 bones in it, and your back has 33 vertebrae.

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