Christmas Day and the Magic Square of Venus. In recreational mathematics the sums of the numbers in each row, each column, and both main diagonals are the same.[1 How might you find Christmas Day in this seemingly disorganized array of numbers? These numbers are incredibly organized. First, you might notice the vertical numbering sequence of the periodic chart They are outlined in thicker black on the diagonals of the oddly numbered magic squares. Venus holds the 18 and 32 combination. The vertical periodic chart numerical sequence is 2,8, 8, 18, 18, 32, 32… Also Venus holds the geometrical organization of the five Platonic solids. Three triangulated solids hold 32 triangles. The other two non-triangulated (cube and dodecahedron) solids hold 18 polygons.
Finding Christmas Day
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 re-employment of these number squares.
The Bonus of Venus
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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