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This is just Sooooooooooooo Cool, I wish someone could explain the significance of this with Numerology to me.
Do you think it is significant? 
Quote:Special Significance Or Cool Coincidence? Final Full Moon Of Decade Peaks On 12/12 At 12:12
Seriously, The Last Full Moon of 2019 and it'll shows itself at 12:12 AM on 12/12/2019  smallawesome

Quote:According to the Farmer’s Almanac, the number 12 has special significance – depending on who you ask.


Consider this.
There are 12 months in a year, and a day is made up of two 12-hour periods.


In numerology, the number 12 is related to completion, perfection, harmony, motivation, achievement and independence.


Only 12 people have walked on the moon and we can’t forget this, there are 12 days of Christmas!


Thursday’s full moon is called the “Cold Moon” or “Long Night’s Moon,” for the time of year when Winter really begins.
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And how about this: 
1+2=3

You get the number 3 for all 4 times it appears, and what is 3x4?   Why that would be... 12!

Again, bringing it down to the least number, 1+2=3. 

3 is a very special number in numerology. It is part of the Trinity, and also holds special meaning for The Masons.

This is amazing!

Quote:The secret code of the number three
[Image: www.ancient-code.com.ico]https://www.ancient-code.com/ancient-kno...-number-3/

The
Secret Importance Behind The Number 3. According to myth, the destiny of gods and man is controlled by all-powerful beings known as the Three Fates. Various cultures across the world have long shared a belief that the number three represents something sacred, mystical, universal and divine.
It's all down to Sumerian astronomy and their base-6 counting system. That's why we have a 12 month year, a 24 hour day, a 360 degree circle, and so on. All of those numbers are multiples of 6, going all the way back to the Sumerian base-6 counting system, derived from their earliest astronomy.

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(12-11-2019, 02:43 AM)Ninurta Wrote: [ -> ]It's all down to Sumerian astronomy and their base-6 counting system. That's why we have a 12 month year, a 24 hour day, a 360 degree circle, and so on. All of those numbers are multiples of 6, going all the way back to the Sumerian base-6 counting system, derived from their earliest astronomy.

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                                                                                                            WHAT!!??   minusculethinking  tinywhat
(12-11-2019, 02:46 AM)guohua Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-11-2019, 02:43 AM)Ninurta Wrote: [ -> ]It's all down to Sumerian astronomy and their base-6 counting system. That's why we have a 12 month year, a 24 hour day, a 360 degree circle, and so on. All of those numbers are multiples of 6, going all the way back to the Sumerian base-6 counting system, derived from their earliest astronomy.

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                                                                                                            WHAT!!??   minusculethinking  tinywhat

Yup, it all goes back to the Sumerians. So, if the date 12-12-2019 was to have any real significance, you'd have to replace the year 2019 (relatively modern Christian numbering) with whatever the Sumerian equivalent would be in order to find out what it is. Then you would have to start dividing stuff by 6 until you got to the lowest common denominator.

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