Special thanks to YouTuber Lambda115 for sharing his find on the 1331 eclipse.
1331 is a very special number in gematria. As a symbol, it represents a total solar eclipse.
But this number becomes REALLY interesting when observing the Jewish cipher.
Think of how you can take 133 and 331, lay them next to each other, and them merge them together so the 33‘s overlap. You’re left with a 1331.
There’s only one other number that sums to 1331.
393 is directly related – it can be constructed by a similar merging of 39 and 93.
13×3 = 39 | 3×31 = 93
393 is also the gematria of Enneadecaeteris, the Greek word for the Metonic cycle. This cycle is 19 years and 235 synodic months. 19+235 = 254
“Time” = 254 (English Extended) | “Light” = 254 (English Extended)
I frequently bring up the significance of the two total solar eclipses creating an X over the United States, less than 7 years apart. They’re separated by 2423 days, the 360th prime number. See more
The Twin Towers were brought down 2423 years after Solomon’s Temple, according to certain Rabbinic literature. The first of the two Twin Eclipses occurred 16 years after the 9/11 attacks.
There’s only one date on the calendar that sums to 1331 in gematria when written out.
1331 is 11×11×11. The 11th prime number is 31, which is how many days are left in the year after November 30th.
So it seems like 1331 has to do with solar eclipses. Gematria supports that notion further:
Can you believe that? Just wait:
There was one total solar eclipse in 1331. It was on the date November 30th.
It looks like a rather significant eclipse, too. The entire path of totality was on land. In all the eclipses I’ve ever looked at, I don’t recall seeing this.
Greatest eclipse occurred at 7:47 UTC.
November 30th is the 334th day of the year.
The word “Eclipse” turned upside-down has four numbers in it – 3, 1, 7, 3