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The Number 1054: Properties and Meanings

Prime Factors of 1054=2x17x31.

1054 is a Centered Triangular Number.


The Year 1054 AD

In the year 1054 AD Chinese astronomers noted the appearance of a guest star, the supernova now called the Crab Nebula Messier's M1; in the constellation Taurus.

"It appears from Dr. Hwang's research, that the petroglyphs on the canyon wall of the Big Deer Site show that the Sinagua (Anasazi Indians) Astronomers who were observing the "Crab nebula" from that site actually observed the Supernova on May 24, 1054 AD."

Atish Dipankar, the Buddhist monk, died at the age of 73 in the year 1054 AD.

"In the year 1054 AD tensions within the Church over this question of authority became so great that the unified Church split between the Eastern and Western Church. This split in the Church is known as the Great Schism, and it tragically still divides Eastern Orthodox and Western Catholic Christians to this day."

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