Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Taipei 101 height links Pi and Eiffel Tower

Sometimes the proof that the illuminati use architecture as a form of code is very easy to miss



even though it "hides in plain sight". This brief article will show a connection between the Taipei



101 in Taiwan and the Eiffel Tower that is almost impossible to label a coincidence. Hidden in the



altitude is also a hidden symbol or code for Pi, the mystical - irrational number surrounding the



circle.



Background Taipei 101:


1. For a period of time it was the tallest building in the World. www.infoplease.com/ce6/world/A0930643.html .

1,671 Feet Tall. See also: www.artificeimages.com/buildings/Taipei_101.html .

2. There are those that believe that it was built on an Earthquake Ley Line. Even a possible

form of architectural warfare. www.bldgblog.blogspot.com/2005/12/earthquake-tower.html .

3. The Masonic replica of the Tower of Babylon, The Eiffel Tower in Paris, just "coincidentally"

happens to have 1,671 steps from top to bottom. www.weirdrichard.com/eiffel.htm and www.doshomik.net/history-culture/eiffel-tower-3112/ .

COINCIDENCE?

Taipei 101 Ground-to-occupied-floor is 1441 feet high. www.3dvia.com/shadows44/media/56417A4C5E704254 .

4. A symbol for Pi, the mystical -irrational and possibly infinite number is 22/7. www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/22/7 .

5. A Stone , besides being a rock is also a unit of measure. www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stone_(mass) .

6. 227 Stone equals 1441.51655 kilograms. Go to www.google.com and insert 227 stones = .

COINCIDENCE?

The Eiffel tower, once the tallest building in the world has 1,671 steps , while Taipei 101 , the

very recently dethroned tallest building in the world has 1,671 feet of height. The observation

platform coincides with a symbol for Pi. Again, can these connections be by accident or part of

an ancient occult science based on numbers? The reader must decide.

2 comments:

rafattack said...

This is beyond lame. Way beyond lame. Not worth posting. Anywhere. Ever. Try harder. Much, much, much harder. Breathtakingly pathetic and a giant waste of time.

Labella Labella said...

I enjoyed reading it and I think other readers might enjoy reading it as well.Thanks.
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