Pagan Use of the Number 666

At the top are seen the front and back sides of a Babylonian coin. Immediately below that are the front and back sides of a Roman coin. Notice the similarities. On the front of both coins are displayed symbols of sun worship. On the back side of each is a number chart. The chart is reproduced below. It consists of the numbers 1-36 arranged in such a way that the sum of the numbers in each row is the same as the sum in each column and also the diagonal from each corner. The total of all the numbers on the chart is 666.

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