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Words and numbers used the same glyph or symbol in antiquity. Christ equals a gematria in Greek of 1480. The “X” comes from the Greek letter Chi, which is the first letter of the Greek word Christós (Greek: Χριστός), which became Christ in English. Now, look once more at the remen.
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]]>The Sothic cycle or Canicular period is a period of 1,461 Egyptian civil years of 365 days. Sothic timing corresponds to 1,460 Julian years averaging 365¼ days each. During a Sothic cycle, the 365day year loses enough time that the start of its year once again coincides with the heliacal rising of the star Sirius.
Sirius (bottom) and Orion (right). The Winter Triangle is formed from the three brightest stars in the northern winter sky: Sirius, Betelgeuse (top right), and Procyon (top left).
Space measurement comes from he Egyptian remen of 1.2165 feet. Jay Hambidge discovered the basis of the remen’s ancient canon of measure. Numbers formed the basis of a forgotten philosophy. So how does the sothic calendar tie into the remen?
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Indeed, how can we call such arrays of numbers recreational? In no uncertain terms they code the nature of reality by their incredible use of balance. Computers and modern technology pale in comparison. These artifacts of man do not state the laws of nature which in one word is “balance.” Ancients, at one time, knew and used the key laws of balance through number squares. Revivingantiquity.com has as its purpose illumination and reemployment of these number squares.
We’ve found the balanced patterns for the periodic chart and Platonic Solids in 7 x 7 number square. Remember 2 + 8 + 8 = 18; so 18 encompasses the first three vertical numbers of the chart. Where’s Christmas? Total the numbers in the magic square of Venus. Numbers 1 through 49 total 1225. What’s Christmas Day in many locations? 12/25. It’s time to get to work revitalizing these balanced mathematical paradigms called magic squares. That can certainly be a new direction that will lead us all to peace and plenty. Merry Christmas (or merry whatever holidays you celebrate in and among all the world’s religions).
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]]>Egyptians used a measure called the ell which equaled four cubits. The intended cubit is the smaller Egyptian cubit of 1.7181818…feet. At the Great Pyramid, its basic triangle would be 55 x 70 x 89 ells. Fiftyfive ells would be the half base. The line of the triangle representing its slope would be eightynine ells. Height becomes 70 ells.
First of all, the plan uses a right triangle. Pythagoras claimed a² + b² = c². Let’s plug in the ell figures. We come close to a right triangle formula that numbers the Earth’s diameter in miles. Ancients commonly set the diameter at 7920 miles.
Earth is not quite a sphere. The planet’s rotation causes it to bulge at the equator. Earth’s polar radius is 3,950 miles — a difference of 13 miles. The difference in the application of the Pythagorean Theorem is not the same, but at least points out there is a difference between the two measures.
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Today’s a day for kids
From all around the lake.
Those who dwell in cottages
In field and track partake.
The air is cool and crisp, Little girls run next
The sun is warm and bright. Hair in braids and ponies
Dogs stroll with their owners. The tallest slips and falls
The Kids chatter in delight. Who cares about Oscars and Tonys.
The grass is slippery and wet. All is fun and games
Little feet kick up the dew, On this bright August morn.
The crowd is young and spry Excitement is in the air.
All wear athletic show. And no one seems forlorn
Anxiously they await the whistle What a wonderful way
Clustering in little groups. To meet those across the lake.
Ten here, twenty there, There’s the burlap bag run.
Like military troops. They’re tripping for heaven’s sake!
Boys 4 to 6 years old
Are lined up ready to pace.
The crowd cheers them on
The tall one wins the race.
This poem is part of a collection I wrote on Oquaga Lake entitled: The Oquaga Spirit Speaks. This spirit is from the Lennie Lenape tribe and communicated with me in this fashion. At one time this tribe dwelled around the lake. They were part of the Algonquin Indians. More poetry will be forthcoming.
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Ancients approached the cosmos through the filter of number squares. There are a total of 50 yarrow sticks.
To revisit and understand the past one must do so through the rose colored glasses of these “magic squares.” They give structure and form to the tools of antiquity. Reasoning was done by the tools of balance.
Ancient Mathematical Reasoning is Unlike Ours
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]]>The Fibonacci Sequence is the series of numbers:
0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, ….
The next number is found by adding up the two numbers before it:
Start with the lowest key, “C” as #1. Go to the third white key, “E”. Go to the fifth white key “G”. Finally go to the 8th white key, higher “C”. From the first white key we’ve just gone to three Fibonacci numbers in a row in a “C” major chord.
Start again with “C” as No.1. This time count black and white keys. From “C” to “E” we have 5 keys. Counting from “C” to “G” we count 8. Finally from “C” to the next “C” we count 13. We have the following rings in the same chord:
Growth, expansion, success, happiness are just a few of the qualities associated with Fibonacci numbers. Learn to play the piano, sing, compose! Here is a sample of our own work.
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]]>Four central numbers are surrounded by a perimeter of twelve in the featured picture. Four central numbers were often used in opposition to the 12 on the the perimeter. With Judaism:
.גלגל
The atomic number total of the chemical four elements is: 1 + 6 + 7 + 8 = 22. Twentytwo, by the four elements, goes around the zodiac three times. Thus, 3 x 22 = 66.
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]]>Genesis commented on the perfection of God’s creation in six days. Six, if fact is the first perfect number. What is a perfect number? In number theory, a perfect number is a positive integer that is equal to the sum of its positive divisors, excluding the number itself. For instance, 6 has divisors 1, 2 and 3 (excluding itself), and 1 + 2 + 3 = 6, so 6 is a perfect number. Twentyeight becomes the second such number. Lunar cycles work in approximately 28 day cycles. In number theory, the aliquot sums (n) all divisors other than itself.
It is also said that a number is perfect if the sum of all its divisors, including the number itself. That reasoning makes it twice the number. Not to go unnoticed in the ancient mind:
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]]>609.01 Any polygon with more than three sides is unstable. Only the triangle is inherently stable. Any polyhedron bounded by polygonal faces with more than three sides is unstable. Only polyhedra bounded by triangular faces are inherently stable.
Synergetics has a broad scope: It covers tetrahedral structured sphere packing. Included subtopics we find c0vered by triangulation we find:
Too many take comfort in an outdated way of viewing the Universe. Not Fuller. No need to go or count to infinity; just count to three to don new reading glasses for viewing trinities. Number or “magic” squares are framed by trinities. Three by three describes the first of the number squares of antiquity. It was thought to invoke the influence of Saturn. Moon was represented the largest planetary square of the traditional seven number squares: nine x nine.
31  76  13  36  81  18  29  74  11 
22  40  58  27  45  63  20  38  56 
67  4  49  72  9  54  65  2  47 
30  75  12  32  77  14  34  79  16 
21  39  57  23  41  59  25  43  61 
66  3  48  68  5  50  70  7  52 
35  80  17  28  73  10  33  78  15 
26  44  62  19  37  55  24  42  60 
71  8  53  64  1  46  69  6  51 

Saturn’s planetary square, above, was 3 x 3. The Moon, to the left, uses numbers 1 – 81; was called on by the 9 x 9. It was the largest number square of the seven. We thus have 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 = 81.
Our question now becomes: How can an advanced, modern, thinker like Fuller and the ancients agree on the primacy of “three”? Perhaps in this new day and age we need to concentrate on the small, not only the large. In other words, do not only chase infinity.
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