This was the longest eclipse to ever exclusively pass over Land, and it happened in the Fall.
The number 1331 is 11×11×11, or 11³. November 30th is written 11/30.
The word Eclipse has Reduction gematria of 33.
The numbers 133 and 331 can be merged together at the 33 to create a new number – 1331:Both 133 and 331 sum to 1331 in gematria.
The only other 3- or 4-digit number with 1331 gematria in that cipher is 393.
13×3 = 39
3×31 = 93
The number 393 can be created by a similar merging of 39 and 93:
Enneadecaeteris is the Greek name of the Moon’s Metonic cycle, which is credited to a Greek astronomer. The cycle is 19 years long, like how the Sun is the 19th card of the Tarot. 1919 is the gematria of 1331 when spelled out.
1331 minutes = 22:11
The approximate diameter of the Sun is 864,000 miles. The approximate diameter of the Moon is 2,160 miles.
864,000 ÷ 2,160 = 400
This means the Sun is also an average of 400× further from the Earth than the Moon. In the alphabetic order, One thousand three hundred thirty-one sums to 400.
The number Four hundred even matches Solar eclipse.
The number 1331 does not appear in Pi until the 16,019th digit:
If you flip the word ECLIPSE upside-down, you get four numbers – 3, 1, 7, 3.
This verse has Ordinal gematria of 1331.
Great American Eclipses
When written out as Thirteen thirty-one, we get an Ordinal value of 233, with a 98 in Pythagorean.
The 233rd day of the year is August 21st:
The 98th day of the year is April 8th:
These two Great American Eclipses are commonly called the Twin eclipses.
These eclipses are separated by 82 synodic months (lunar phases).
The only state in the Union to have 13–31 gematria is Alabama.
The Alabama state flag is just a Red X, similar to the paths of the eclipses:
Alabama is home to the strongest college Football program in the nation.
On a standard calendar, these Twin eclipses are separated by 6 years, 6 months, 6 weeks, and 6 days (or 2423 days):
The 6th element on the periodic table is Carbon, which is of course made up of 6 protons, 6 electrons, and 6 neutrons. The name of the largest city near the intersection of these two eclipses is Carbondale:
2423 is the 360th Prime number. There are 360° in a circle.