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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Interesting facts about number 33

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  • Jesus' age when he was crucified in 33 A.D.[1]
  • 33 is important number for Masons; there are 33 Masonry degrees.
  • World War I was deliberately ended on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month (sum = 33).
  • Adolf Hitler committed suicide on 3:30 AM, April 30th. He believed that the combination of “333” will help him resurrect.
  • John Kennedy was assassinated on the 22th day of the 11th month (sum = 33) at approximately 33rd parallel north.
  • Many mysterious places are located at or near 33rd parallel north — Babylon, Giza Pyramids, Bermuda Triangle, Baghdad and Nagasaki Cities. Some countries 33rd parallel north passes through still have death penalty.
  • Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri is composed of 3 canticas each consisting of 33 cantos.
  • Russian alphabet consists of 33 letters.
  • A normal human spine has 33 vertebrae when the bones that form the coccyx are counted individually.[2]
  • Pope John Paul I, the 33-day pope. One of the shortest reigns in papal history, and it resulted in the most recent 3-pope year.[3]
  • The area where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers come closest together — allegedly the place of the earliest human "civilization" — lies virtually at the 33°30'N latitude, in what is now modern Iraq. The ancient pre-India city, Harappa, once lay along this latitude, as well as did Babylon.[4]
  • Many birds' eggs gestate in 33 days.[5]
  • The raven produces 33 distinct sounds.

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