The divine code in the universe can be expressed mathematically through numbers.
In February 2008, I attended the seventeenth annual UFO Conference in Laughlin, Nevada, where many of the presenters were researchers of the paranormal whose work I respected and had been studying for some time. Dolores Cannon, David Wilcock, JJ and Desiree Hurtak, Jamie Maussan, and Nancy Talbot were a few among the forty speakers presenting that year.
I was invited to spend a couple of weeks with two other researchers I met at the conference who lived in Roswell, New Mexico. They generously shared much of their own studies, including details about the Roswell UFO incident, the alleged crash of an extraterrestrial spacecraft and the capture of its alien occupants in mid-1947. They took me to the building where they had evidence of the spacecraft having been stored.
My hosts also showed me a stone of unknown origin that was found in the desert near Roswell by their friend Robert Ridge in 2004 while he was out hunting. They allowed me to keep this stone with me for several days so I could study it. I could see no obvious instrument marks in the crafting of the design on the stone, which fitted cosily in the palm of my hand. The fascinating thing about this stone is its unusual magnetic properties in the way that it spins the needle on a compass.
An exact replica of this design was created in a crop circle at Chisledon, Wiltshire, in the United Kingdom on the second of August 1996. Curiously, even natural grooves in the stone were replicated in this crop circle.
In my view, the matching designs in the Chisledon crop circle and the Roswell stone signify the life-giving solar, lunar, and galactic energies now being anchored on earth and, consequently, giving rise to the realisation of Oneness consciousness within humanity.
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The number "108" has long been considered a sacred number. In Hindu/Buddhist beliefs, there are 108 virtues to cultivate and 108 defilements to avoid, which speaks to the value of balance. Hindu/Buddhist malas (rosary) also contain 108 beads. In Islam, the number 108 sometimes is used in place of the name of God. There are also 108 movements in tai chi. The frequency with which the number 108 appears across religious disciplines is too great to be dismissed as coincidence.
It may be pointed out that the number 108 connects the Sun, Moon, and Earth: The average distance of the Sun and the Moon to Earth is 108 times their respective diameters. While this is an astonishing example of the number 108 in the natural world, an even more amazing example is in the constant growth of a nautilus shell. Read full article
108 mala beads were used in Buddhism and Hinduism for meditation. Traditionally,mala beads were known as prayer beads, which were used to meditate and repeat a mantra. With every mala bead touched, one would repeat the mantra until all 108 beads are done.
Make your own mala with 108 beads and one guru bead. Bless your mala with your intention.
How to use your mala