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:
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.
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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