Advanced Science Used Number Squares in B .C.

Advanced Science in Antiquity

Advanced Science Used Number Squares in B .C. Today, periodic charts are in vogue. Number square, I believe, were used in the past. Perhaps they are even more revealing than the periodic chart? My internal link below puts forth Neolithic possibilities. In the link, I explain how such knowledge was possibly the remnant of a lost civilization. Yes, Atlantis is in the running. Whatever the event,  it is lost from collective memory. However, number squares are the survivors. Their application has been lost. Many blogs on DSOworks are about reactivating these squares. The most intriguing is the smallest number square. I believe the gospels were referring to this number square.  It is 3 x 3. This is because if you know its secret codes, it becomes gigantic.

advanced science as a parable
A Jan Luyken etching of the grain of mustard seed parable.

Etching by Jan Luyken illustrating the parable, from the Bowyer Bible.

The Parable of the Mustard Seed is one of the shorter parables of Jesus. It appears in Matthew (13:31–32), Mark (4:30–32), and Luke (13:18–19). In the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, it is immediately followed by the Parable of the Leaven, which shares this parable’s theme of the Kingdom of Heaven  growing from small beginnings. It also appears in the non-canonical Gospel of Thomas (verse 20).

Advanced Science is Hinted at by Biblical Parables

Mustard seed is the tiniest of seeds. It grows into a great plant
From the tiny mustard seed come gigantic plants.
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The smallest of number squares (pictured above) parallels the parable of the tiny grain of mustard seed. Read link right below.

Tenfold is on a Tiny Number Square That Grows to Infinity – DSO Works

 

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Parable of the Grain of Mustard Seed

Neolithic Periodic Chart is Number Squares, Here’s How – DSO Works

Sometimes in our quest for knowledge for advanced science, we can be blinded by a light that is too bright. The bright light of the  periodic chart is such a light. The table was published by Dmitri Mendeleev.[2] The year was 1869. He built upon earlier discoveries Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier and John Newlands.

On the featured picture please notice:

  • The charactertistic number is what any two opposite numbers total. Any two opposite numbers on the 9 x9 square above total 82. This number number square of the Moon defines the atomic number of the ash of nuclear fission. That is lead-82.
  • The characteristic number on the 5 x 5 number square is 26. Iron has a 26 atomic number. Iron defines the limits of nuclear fusion on stars. When enough iron is fused at the core of a star, the star explodes.  That is what creates the heavier elements.

Much has been overlooked on the periodic chart. This is because it ignores ancient number squares. I think that placing number squares into fresh focus can initiate a new Golden Age of peace and plenty.

 

 

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