666 Secrets of ‘The City of London’



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In 666: The Divine Harmony author Harry Hinde reveals the astonishing truth concerning 666: A truth that once and for all removes the stigma of evil attached to a number; that far from being the emodiment of all evil, is now revealed for what it really is - the Divine number that goes to the very heart of existence.

In addition 666 - The Divine Harmony analises the fears and expectations of this age as seen through the visionary insight contained within the quatrains of Nostradamus, and the Book of Revelation. The result is a definitive view of this crucial epoch of human existence - a time without comparison in recorded history.

666 - A World Blueprint.

Amongst other things 666 - The Divine Harmony highlights an amazing blueprint of design featuring the layout of the worlds sites and cities. Below are some examples concerning some of the most important sites of the English capital London. 

666 things you didn’t know about London.
 
London to a measure of 666

Buckingham Palace - Westminster Cathedral = 666 metres.
Buckingham Palace - Wellington Monument = 666 metres.
Buckingham Palace - Victoria Station = 666 metres.
Buckingham Palace - Houses of Parliament = 1332 metres = 2 x 666.
Downing Street - St Jame’s Palace = 666 metres.
Downing Street - New Scotland Yard = 666 metres.
Downing Street - National Gallery = 666 metres.
Westminster Cathedral - Queen Victoria Memorial = 666 metres.
Queen Victoria Memorial - Duke of Wellington’s Memorial = 666 metres.
St Paul’s Cathedral - Bank of England = 666 metres.
St Paul’s Cathedral - Barbican = 666 metres.
Tower of London - London Bridge = 666 metres.
Bank of England - Cannon Street Station = 666 metres.
Bank of England - Fenchurch Street Station = 666 metres.
Bank of England - Liverpool Street Station = 666 metres.
Bank of England - London Bridge  = 666 metres.
Lambeth Palace - Westminster Abbey = 666 metres.
Marble Arch - Roosevelt Memorial = 666 metres.
Piccadilly Circus - St James’s Palace = 666 metres.
St Pancras - Euston Station = 666 metres.
Southwark Bridge - Blackfriars Bridge = 666 metres.
Hungerford Bridge - Westminster Bridge = 666 metres.
Westminster Bridge - Lambeth Bridge = 666 metres.
Westminster Abbey - Piccadilly Circus = 1332 metres = 2 x 666.
Piccadilly Circus - Wellington’s Memorial = 1332 metres = 2 x 666.

Downing Street (home of British Prime Minister) equidistant to:

National Gallery = 666 metres.
St James’s Square = 666 metres.
St James’s Palace = 666 metres.
New Scotland Yard = 666 metres.
Home Office = 666 metres.
The Old County Hall = 666 metres.

Albert Memorial - Natural History Museum = 666 metres.
Royal Albert Hall - Victoria and Albert Museum = 666 metres.
Oxford Circus - St James’s Palace = 2 x 666 = 1332 metres.
National Theatre - St Paul’s Cathedral = 2 x 666 = 1332 metres.
National Theatre - Westminster Abbey = 2 x 666 = 1332 metres.
Admiralty Arch - Buckingham Palace = 2 x 666 = 1332 metres.
Admiralty Arch - Oxford Circus = 2 x 666 = 1332 metres.
Guildhall - Walls of Tower of London = 2 x 666 = 1332 metres.

St Paul’s equidistant to:

Victoria Memorial = 5 x 666 = 3330 metres.
Hanover Square = 5 x 666 = 3330 metres.
Cavendish Square = 5 x 666 = 3330 metres.

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July 6, 2013 at 9:40 PM

What if we had never switched to the metric system?

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