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]]>John Frederick Carden Michell (9 February 1933 – 24 April 2009) was an English author and esotericist who was a prominent figure in the development of the Earth mysteries movement. Over the course of his life he published over forty books on an array of different subjects, being a proponent of the Traditionalist school of esoteric thought.
For openers, they code the horizontal columns on the periodic chart. Proton numbers differ by 2,8,8,18,1,8,32,32…Note the odd numbered squares of numbers. I boxed in the periodic chart numbers. numbers. This is just the beginning.
Why use ancient measurement by number squares of Saturn and Venus? Perhaps, if you look at the boxed in numbers of the periodic chart, those Saturn and Venus are the only two that contain all four of its primary numbers: 2,8,18, 32. These are on the lower left to upper right diagonal of the 3 x 3 and 7 x 7 number squares.
Ancient use of these two number squares go much further.High priests and holy sites worldwide used their math and hidden codes. I favor activation of these codes which can return mankind to an era of world peace.
175 is easy. Venus numbers occupy the 7 x 7. Any row equals 175. 176 numbers are hiding on the 3 x 3 of Saturn.
Conclusion: We now have the basis of the 176 to 175 ratio by reference to number squares.
Here is my quoted internal link:
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Geber explains how this number square was divided into various corners and gnomons. Here are some samples of I applied his method:
First we must see who gave rise to realizing this division of the square three code in the particular manner that I will present. Abu Mūsā Jābir ibn Hayyān (Arabic: جابر بن حیان, Persian: جابر بن حیان, often given the nisbahs al-Bariqi, al-Azdi, al-Kufi, al-Tusi or al-Sufi; fl. c. 721 – c. 815),^{[6]} also known by the Latinization Geber, was a polymath: a chemist and alchemist, astronomer and astrologer, engineer, geographer, philosopher, physicist, and pharmacist and physician. Born and educated in Tus, he later traveled to Kufa. He has been described as the father of early chemistry.^{[7]}^{[8]}^{[9]}
Ancients did not recognize zero as an independent number. It did exist but as dependent number on its opposite, Look at the 3 x 3 number square. Example, 2 + 8 = 10; again, 4 + 6 = 10.
Here is a fun internal link on Reviving Antiquity.com Time has arrived to provide mankind with a common vision to build toward world peace. Understanding ancient number squares provides this vision. One Hundred Fifty Three Fish by Net Casting?
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Here’s Another Big, Unlikely Co-incidence:
In light of this, it coincidental that the Hebrew word that refers to the wheel of the zodiac equates with 66 (galgal). גלגל (gal-GAL – “Wheel”). In Hebrew letters doubled as numbers, They actually shared the same symbol. Gimel is 3. Lamed is 30. These letters occur twice: 2 x 33 = 66.
I have blogged about how measure was largely based on the interaction of five and six. One example is the megalithic yard. (6 x 5) ÷ (6 + 5) = 2.7272…These numbers, measured by the 12 inch foot, equal one megalithic yard. Evidence of the megalithic yard has been proven to be all over the ancient world.
Here is a link to the zodiac which centers on music of the circle of fifths and its present day unrealized healing potential. The basic triad in root position spans a fifth. Both 1st and 2nd inversions span a 6th. Again, this time in music, we see 5 and 6 being given equal honor.
I also offer an internal link: Agreement Can Come Through Mathematics
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]]>John Frederick Carden Michell (9 February 1933 – 24 April 2009) was an English author and esotericist. He was a prominent the Earth mysteries movement. Over the course of his life he published over forty books.
Numbers behind the units were more important than the units. Same numbers were used by the Second Holy Temple as the Great Pyramid:
Twenty-eight is a Perfect Number, attached to civilization in surprising ways. First, what are perfect numbers? In number theory, a perfect number is a positive integer. It is equal to the sum of its proper positive divisors. Of course, that excludes the number itself. Look below. The 1st four perfect numbers are 6, 28, 496, and 8128. Euclid knew of these numbers. He generated the formula. Zeros did not count as primary numbers because merely synthetically made out of first the first nine. For example, 2 + 8 = 10. Or. 3 + 7 = 10. Their construction was from a number square.
Two at the time by opposites they always total 110. Overlap them a follows:
We see how different length units with the same numbers are: (1) Used at both. (2) Their source is the 3 x 3 number square.
Here is a fun internal link: One Hundred Fifty Three Fish by Net Casting?
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]]>For this comparison I quote the 1st book I wrote on Oquaga Lake called The Book of Balance. Dictation was by an Indian spirit from the Lennie Lenape tribe. I met her on hikes in the mornings. Later I professionally played the piano for the shows for the Scott family at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House.
The commandments are paired by opposites of thought and deed. Upper four apply to man’s relationship to his creator. The bottom six apply to the dealings of men among each other. The basic division is between 4 and 6. A tetrahedron is also defined by numbers 4 and 6. It has 4 faces- 6 faces – four corners. The Hebrew name for “David” uses the same numbers: “דוד”. Hebrew letters doubled as numbers. There were no separate systems. The dalet, 1st and last letters, equals 4. The vav (middle letter) = 6. Thus, the Tetrahedron, 10 Commandments and David (The King of Israel and founder of Israel’s dynastic line), all equal 10 by use of the numbers 4 +6. Below is a fun internal link.
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]]>Many posts can come from this subject on reading numbers. Here we will concentrate on two examples and how they illustrate the packing of spheres used in nature.
Packing of spheres in successive layers falls under a formula. It was discovered by R. Buckminster Fuller: Find the number of the particular layer being considered, squared x 10 + 2. You can pinpoint how many spheres in successive layers can surround a central sphere. Here are the 1st five examples.
To discover two of the same totals, look at the paths surrounding emanations 6 and 10 on the Tree. They are both found on the core central pillar. I believe that the Tree touches on knowledge from this lost civilization.
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]]>Number squares are also called by the name, magic squares. The meaning of such squares has degenerated. to nothing more than a puzzle or a simple curiosity. In antiquity the magic number square had a multitude of associations. They were of extreme importance. Ancient builders recognized 7 primary number squares. Each one was thought to invoke the power of one of the seven recognized planets. For example: 3 x 3 invoked Saturn. 5 x 5 called on Mars. The 4×4 magic square, pictured below, was said to invoke Jupiter. John Michell, in The View Over Atlantis, points out how the statue of Jupiter at Olympus was built by the numbers of this square.
The Depressed Angel is calling on the 4 x 4 number square. So are Christ and his disciples on the fishing vessel.
The second miraculous catch of fish is also called the “miraculous catch of 153 fish,” and seems to recall the first catch. It is reported in the last chapter of the Gospel of John (John 21:1–14)^{[5]} and takes place after the Resurrection of Jesus.^{[6]}^{[7]}^{[8]}^{[9]}
In Christian art, the two miracles are distinguished by the fact that in the first miracle Jesus is shown sitting in the boat with Peter, while in the second miracle he is standing on the shore.
Here’s how we specifically come to 153 fish. Total all the numbers from 1 to 17 as 1 + 2 + 3 + …..17 = 153. All number squares have characteristic numbers which is the sum of any two oppositely placed numbers. On the 4 x 4 any two characteristic numbers total 17. Thus, 16 + 1 =17; 6 + 11 = 17; 12 + 5 = 17 etc.
In other words, the next question must be what are the characteristics of Jupiter?
Generally the planet Jupiter rules over the law. Jupiter is masculine, fiery, sanguine, positive, liberal, cheerful, profitable and decent by character. It rules over Sagittarius the 9^{th} house in the zodiac sign and the Pisces the 12^{th} house of the zodiac sign. Now I must ask ask my reader why isn’t this a worthy cause? Number squares were called upon in many ways. This website can help to revive good things about antiquity.
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]]>For an answer to this quest I will first ask: What’s about as simple as 1 + 1 = 2? Look at the simplest and smallest of the number squares below. It uses the basic nine digits without the zero. This in turn has the qualifications for becoming the door of the gateway that can lead to world peace.
The majority of the posts on Reviving Antiquity website are about this number square. Again, it looks simple. In paradox fashion, in simplicity you find complexity. As a matter of fact in the simplest you can find the infinitely complex.
Holy sites worldwide were conceived by the obvious and hidden codes of numbers contained in this number square. As a matter of fact, you would be hard pressed to find a geographic location where it wasn’t used. Any place that used this square was used was considered holy. At that time there was worldwide peace. This idyllic state can be regained by providing us with a common vision: We need to recondition such sites with the understanding of their simple mathematical intent.
Here are some internal links to help in getting this process started. I have about 90 all together on this site. Our other site is more musical it nature. It has about 600 posts: DSOworks.com
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]]>To answer this riddle, let’s look at Rubric’s cube. It is depicted in our featured picture. First, it certainly calls on geometry. A cube is one of the five regular polyhedrons also known as the Platonic solids. But look at what it consists of: Each of the six faces has a three by three grid set upon it. In antiquity, the arrangement was as follows:
Perform the following operations, assuming the struts of the magic square are flexible.
Certainly, at least to my mind, the numbers and struts are joined together as the chicken and egg pictured above.
Here is an internal link. If you are curious about previously unwritten about topics, feel feel to browse.
Periodic Chart Coding A New but Ancient View
Here is a fun link to our other website, DSOworks.com. We are emphasizing music on our other website. I am currently employed full time as a piano player in the Sarasota area. So many enjoy my unique approach to piano playing. Of course, I taking geometry and numbers into consideration in my approach. Geometry is about the angle of the hands at any given moment. Numbers come with the fingerings used. My own instructor studied with Emil von Sauer who studied for one year with Franz Liszt. At the end of his life, Liszt dedicated himself to teaching. Yet Liszt still kept some of his knowledge secret.
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