Money Transfer from Delphi to DeFi

Pythia was a Greek priestess of the same numbers people of all nations consulted as oracle and worshipped as God. Mediums of ancient Greek Oracle of Delphi were fortune-tellers owing to the fact that the fortunes of the Greek and the rest of the world were stored in the oracle.

Different peoples had diverse manifestations of the same oracle and built religions and cultures specific to their own traditions around the oracle.

In the past, humans created cults around numbers and signs of occultation activities practised by Jews, Arabs, Egyptians, Chinese, Mayans, red Indians, Africans, and people of all nations are rife.

Today oracle has been transformed to DeFi.

De = Decentralised
Fi = Finance

DeFi = Decentralised Finance

All the fortunes in Delphi aiding fortune-telling in ancient times are transferred to DeFi.

DeFi = Delphi
          = D + E + L + P + H + I
          = 4 + 5 + 12 + 16 + 8 + 9
          = 54

Decentralised Finance is Rubik’s Cube, a 3×3×3 magic cube.

DeFi = Delphi
         = 54 (Rubik’s Cube)

All DeFi projects are taking place in a Rubik’s Cube, a 3×3×3 magic cube the Greek once used for fortune-telling. The Greek didn’t know about the structure of the cube because what people wanted the cube to do for them in those days is possible only when the cube is a black box concealed in mystery.

The fortunes of all nations stored in their diverse oracles are Delphi transferred to DeFi.

Oracle = O + R + A + C + L + E
            = 15 + 18 + 1 + 3 + 12 + 5
            = 54 (Delphi)

The numbers called Delphi or oracle are the ten decimals arranged to form a 3×3 magic square or a 3×3×3 magic cube. In their binary formats, these numbers are the ten fingers. Transferring money to DeFi is putting it in my hands, because the ten digits are the cube the Greek once identified as Delphi oracle.

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