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*The Letters of H. P. Blavatsky to A. P. Sinnett*

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Letter No. 117

{Wurzburg}

The numbers of the groups of Dhyan Chohans around the Circle "Pass Not," is 1, 3, 5, 1, & 4, and also 3, 1, 4, 1, 5; or when left running without separation they read 13514, and 31415. In both cases it is *twice seven*, for read whatever way, it will be 14 (when individually additioned). Now, astronomically, *I am told* it is the numerical value of a circumference of a circle whose diameter is *one*, or the value of *pi* whatever it means! Please see what it means, when used in astronomical tables. Also what is the meaning of "*constant co-efficient*" when used by astronomers. I am given things of which I have no more idea than of the mathematical value of my "children." Funny that AL'HIM (Elohim) should also yield that very same number, without ciphers. Thus (a) is 1; (l) is 3; (h)
is 5; ' (i or jodh) is 1 (o); and (m) is 4 (or 40). That yields exactly 13514, or anagrammatically, by the *Themura* method it may be written 31415 — the blessed *pi* of which I know nothing. Do you, being a pundit? Please answer clearly — or else I am stuck again.

Yours,

530550.

Letter 118

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