Among the 49 appearances of Christ to Dozule to a mother of family, 38 times the Son of the Man appears to her directly to entrust to her a particular message.
The magic squares named “panmagic squares” and that, for Edouard Lucas, we name generally diabolic, have surprising properties: the sum of numbers taken on the partial diagonals equal the magic number. Moreover, if we cut out the square following a line or a column, and that we reconstitute it by putting pieces differently (but without to invert lines and columns) it remains magic. Here is an example of this magic square whose sum gives 38:
2 15 5 16
9 12 6 11
14 3 17 4
13 8 10 7
The number 38 is used 5 times in the Bible.
In the Bible, 38 numbers appear both under their ordinal and cardinal form. End of quote.
Master? All Of This Is Gibberish To Me …
But You are leading me. You led me to read the quoted on the man cured by Yahushua at the pool of Bethesda.
(5) There was a certain man there who had suffered with a deep-seated and lingering disorder for thirty-eight years.
(6) When Jesus noticed him lying there [helpless], knowing that he had already been a long time in that condition, He said to him, Do you want to become well? [Are you really in earnest about getting well?]
(7) The invalid answered, Sir, I have nobody when the water is moving to put me into the pool; but while I am trying to come [into it] myself, somebody else steps down ahead of me.
(8) Jesus said to him, Get up! Pick up your bed (sleeping pad) and walk!
(9) Instantly the man became well and recovered his strength and picked up his bed and walked. But that happened on the Sabbath.
(10) So the Jews kept saying to the man who had been healed, It is the Sabbath, and you have no right to pick up your bed [it is not lawful].
(11) He answered them, The N1Man Who healed me and gave me back my strength, He Himself said to me, Pick up your bed and walk!
(12) They asked him, Who is the Man Who told you, Pick up your bed and walk?
(13) Now the invalid who had been healed did not know who it was, for Jesus had quietly gone away [had passed on unnoticed], since there was a crowd in the place.