Psalms Play Numerical Tic-Tack-Toe

Psalms Play Numerical Tic-Tack-Toe.

Answer: The book of Psalms is the longest book of the Bible, with 150 “chapters”—more properly called “psalms” or “songs.” Psalms is divided into five books:

First Book: Psalms 1—41.
Second Book: Psalms 42—72.
Third Book: Psalms 73—89.
Fourth Book: Psalms 90—106.
Fifth: Psalms 107—150.

My introduction to number squares came through John Michell’s The View Over Atlantis. A tick-tack-toe board gives birth to all other traditional number squares: as the 3 x 3, in grid form, may be extracted from all higher number squares. Two intersecting lines merely form a “+” or an “x” and are therefore irrelevant in constructing number squares.

John Michell introduced me to the concept of ancient number squares. His writings have illuminated my path for some forty years,

So How Do the Psalms Play Numerical Tic-Tack-Toe?

Notice how the very core of the 3 x 3 number square holds number “5”. Numerical precedent for the psalms come from multiplying two of its prominent featured numbers. What are these essential numerical features?

  • All opposite numbers around the perimeter (excluding five) total ten.
  • Four corners total twenty.
  • Five rests at the core.
  • Any straight row of three numbers; be it vertically, horizontally or diagonally, totals fifteen.

We have the following:

  • Five books parallel the core of the featured picture.
  • Opposite numbers (10) x the sum of any row (15) = 150, becoming the total number of psalms.

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