Characteristic Number Hides a Secret Code. Civilization has lost its touch with the past. A lost Golden Age was all about number squares. Two opposite numbers always totaled the same number. Our featured number square will be the 3 x 3. Its characteristic number is 10. Any two opposite numbers total 10. These include 9 + 1; 4 + 6; 3 + 7; and 2 + 8. First, where did I first learn about number squares? From the writings of British author, John Michell. Many of my blog are about the 3 x 3 number square. Below is an internal link to one of them. I However, I was able to take John Michell’s work a step further. This is because of an American Indian spirit guide from the Lennie Lenape. It all happened on Oquaga Lake (See picture below).

### 3 x 3 number square Archives – DSO Works

View the square 2 numbers at the time by opposites. Whereas two numbers that cross the center are paired in the same row. Their sum is always 110. Thus, 49 + 61 = 110. Or, 35 + 75 = 110. The 110 can be pulled out of the square in 16 ways. Thus, 16 X 110 = 1,760. The center then becomes 55. It is surrounded by 440

### Characteristic Number Square List of Antiquity

- The 3 x 3 is 10.
- The 4 x 4 equals 17.
- The 5 x 5 totals 26
- The 6 x 6 is 37.
- The 7 x 7 is 50.
- The 8 x 8 is 65
- The 9 x 9 is 82.

So where is the hidden number code? Take the **prime** characteristic number of the 3 x 3 number square. Its sum is 10 as described. Next, total the numbers from 1 to 10. They equal 55. You have just seen how the center of the 3 x 3 number square becomes 55 when viewed two numbers at the time. Today many scoff at this. The ancients of a lost Golden Age accepted it. My Indian spirit guide also offered a book of poetry, filled with her wisdom.