## Christmas Day and the Magic Square of Venus

Christmas Day and the Magic Square of Venus. In recreational mathematics the sums of the numbers in each row, each column, and

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# Number squares of Antiquity

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Christmas Day and the Magic Square of Venus

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Yarrow Sticks have a Mercuric & Venusian Source

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Numerical Context Gives Meaning to Numbers

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Reading Perfect Numbers as the Ancients Would Have

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Curious Relation of Magic Squares (3×3) & (9×9)

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Jupiter Decodes Tetractys by its Magic 4 x 4 square

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Number Squares First then Geometry

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Plus one has Significance on Number Squares

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Greek Cross Numbers Come from Jupiter’s 4 x 4

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Rod Measure Unlocks a Lost Civilization in TIme

Christmas Day and the Magic Square of Venus. In recreational mathematics the sums of the numbers in each row, each column, and

Read moreYarrow Sticks have a Mercuric & Venusian Source. How do I come to such a conclusion? Are there philosophers or

Read moreNumerical Context Gives Meaning to Numbers. Numbers were once placed in squares such as in the featured picture. Jupiter hovers

Read moreReading Perfect Numbers as the Ancients Would Have. We can see that perfect numbers posses a peculiarity. Since six equals the sum of

Read moreCurious Relation of Magic Squares (3×3) & (9×9). Ancients used quite a few number squares Three x three to nine

Read moreJupiter Decodes Tetractys by its Magic 4 x 4 square. First, what is the tetractys? Pythagoras introduced the tetractys. Bowling’s existence today

Read moreNumber Squares First Then Geometry. Before anything there were numbers. Pythagoreans believed that all things were made of numbers[129][130]. I would

Read morePlus one has Significance on Number Squares. Characteristic numbers on number squares always use this device. . What does that

Read moreGreek Cross Numbers. Can this cross be filled with numbers- four numbers to be exact. The next question becomes how

Read moreRod Measure Unlocks a Lost Civilization in Time. Rod is an old English measure of distance equal to 16.5 feet. It was also called

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