Isaac Newton is renowned across the globe as an accomplished physicist who established several laws in various branches of physical science. Few people are aware that scientists attempted to decipher the pyramids’ code in order to estimate the date of the biblical apocalypse.
It was only two centuries after Newton’s death that his interests in alchemy and religion, some of which are still shrouded in mystery, were recognized. Several of the scientist’s discovered works were auctioned at Sotheby’s. Numerous pages have codes concealed in the Bible and Egyptian pyramids. Newton thought that by interpreting the information, he would be able to determine the precise date of the world’s end.
Although the paintings were largely consumed by fire (Newton’s dog might have knocked down a candle on them), this did not diminish their fascination. The scientist attempted to determine the unit of measurement employed by the Egyptian builders in the past in his works. The Egyptians were able to determine the circumference of the globe. Discovering the data would enable us to decipher the mysteries surrounding the scale of Solomon’s Temple and the First Temple, allowing us to have a better understanding of the texts’ hidden meaning.
Newton’s associates regarded him as a reclusive, neurotic, and unpleasant person. He believed he was the new messiah who had come to rescue the world, according to Patricia Farah of the University of Cambridge, where Newton had worked. He eventually relocated to England and took up residence on an estate in South Kesteven in order to avoid criticism.