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Oct 21, 1998 08:58 AM

by Dallas TenBroeck

Oct 21st Eldon: Thanks - very interesting -- wonderful what numbers yield. Missed you yesterday evening. If Wes and Julie are unable to give you a lift, we always can as you know. Best wishes, Dal & Val > From: Eldon B Tucker > Sent: Tuesday, October 20, 1998 6:14 PM > Subject: Re: quick comment on '777' Dallas: One other item I noticed later in the day: If you take one from the prime-number factors of "777", you get: 3 x 7 x 37 = 777 - 1 - 1 - 1 --- --- ---- --- = 2 x 6 x 36 = 432 where we get another number significant in Hindu chronology, and theosophical literature, "432". That is, "432" is the product of one less than the three prime numbers that make up "777". -- Eldon >>Without duplicating any points made so far, I'd >>suggest breaking '777' down into prime numbers: >> >> 3 x 7 x 37 = 777 >> >>One question would be the significance of the >>number "37", other than that it's a "3" in the >>10's digit and a "7" in the one's digit, matching >>the other two prime numbers.

**References**:**Re: quick comment on '777'***From:*"Eldon B Tucker" <eldon@theosophy.com>

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