A Code for the Cosmos, Sciences and Arts. This grid of numbers is the prime and most basic number square that can be built. Yet, it hides the most complex mathematical codes. An American Indian, female spirit from the matrilineal Lennie Lenope tribe explained the code to me. The tribe lived around Oquaga Lake. Her spirit would visit me on my daily walks around the lake. Her book of poetry (The Oquaga Spirit Speaks) will soon be available as a product on DSOworks.com.
EXAMPLES OF THE COSMOS AND THE 3 X 3 NUMBER SQUARE
This one square of numbers takes on three forms. It balances by ones, tens and hundred. Please read previous blogs. . It is a model for any “three in one”. Both Christian and Hindu Trinities partake of this model. It also finds its way into the Muslim and Jewish religions. As this square balances in three distinct ways; 3 x 9 (boxes) = 27 boxes:
- Muslims celebrate Ramadan on the 27th day of the 9th month.
- The Christian Bible has 27 chapters.
- The Greek concept of the 9 muses comes from this basic form.
- The 1st sentence of Genesis in Hebrew the Torah, by numerical equation totals 2701. Again, please review previous blogs where this is explained. Perimeter 1 around the central five (by single numbers = 40); perimeter two by tens equals 440 (overlap the digits). Perimeter three by hundreds = 2220 (straight reads by hundreds across each side of the square). Genesis adds these three perimeters as 40 + 440 + 2220 =2700. Then one is added for the Hebrew symbol “aleph”א , that begins the sentence. Number 2701 has special significance on the Tree of Life, but that’s another blog.
א בְּרֵאשִׁית, בָּרָא אֱלֹהִים, אֵת הַשָּׁמַיִם, וְאֵת הָאָרֶץ. 1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. = 2701 by the practice called gematria
Only when you look past the visual barriers of the lines of the grid can you find the essence of the “three in one truth”. Buddha confirms this when he stated: that the “Tathagata”, who realizes full truth, is the one that has acquired three bodies. This seed of the magic squares is found as simple graph found under Buddhist spires.