Numerical Reality involves number square of Saturn. At one time, numbers were thought to be the foundation of all. Numbers, however, were not random. Reality was set in number squares. This plan was global. Seven squares in particular were favoured. Each square represented the properties of a particular planet. They were:
- Saturn with 3 x 3.
- Jupiter was 4 x 4.
- Mars was 5 x 5.
- The Sun was 6 x 6.
- Venus was 7 x 7.
- Mercury was 8 x 8.
- The Moon was 9 x 9.
The most complex was the simplest.The rings of Saturn are the most extensive planetary ring system of any planet in the Solar System. They consist of countless small particles, ranging from μm to m in size, that orbit about Saturn.
The full set of rings, imaged as Saturn
eclipsed the Sun from the vantage of the Cassini orbiter
, 1.2 Million km distant, on 19 July 2013
(brightness is exaggerated). Earth appears as a dot
at 4 o’clock, between the G
Numerical Reality of Saturn’s 3 x 3 Number Square
Numerous layers rings are visible around Saturn. This parallels the properties of the number square the represents Saturn
Galileo first observed the rings in 161o.
Likewise, a number of mathematical rings surround the 3 x 3 number square.
- Add the numbers around the central 5 (I term these numbers p1 which stands for perimeter one). 4 + 9 + 2 + 7 + 6 + 1 + 8 + 3 = 40.
- Then add them two at the time overlapping the numbers. (I call this p-2. This stands for perimeter two: 49 + 92 + 27 + 76 + 61 + 18 + 83 + 34 = 440.
- Now take the numbers three at the time. Overlap the third with the first number. I call this p-3. This stands for perimeter three. 492 + 276 + 618 + 834 = 2,220.
These numerical rings around the 3 x 3 number square were used to measure holy sites of ancient civilizations. The ways have been described in the blogs on DSOworks. The blogs are free and easy to access.
We are about to enter a new era of peace and plenty. It is also termed a Golden Age. The codes contained in this planetary number square can help in this quest.