Numerical nature of ancient mathematics

Triple Grand Unity of Chemistry of Geometry and Number Squares. They are also called magical number squares. It’s time to regain contact with mankind’s past. Magic number squares date back to prehistoric times. Wikipedia’s definition of the square is as follows:  In recreational mathematics, a magic square[1] is a {\displaystyle n\times n}n\times n square grid (where {\displaystyle n}n is the number of cells on each side) filled with distinct positive integers in the range {\displaystyle 1,2,…,n^{2}}{\displaystyle 1,2,...,n^{2}} such that each cell contains a different integer and the sum of the integers in each row, column and diagonal is equal.[2] The sum is called the magic constant or magic sum of the magic square. A square grid with {\displaystyle n}n cells on each side is said to have order n.

triple grand unity of number squares, geometry and chemistry
The periodic charted was coded longer than 10,000 years ago on the simplest number square.

First note the vertical pattern of numbers on the periodic chart:

  • Lithium (atomic number 3) minus a hydrogen atom (atomic number 1) = 2.
  • Sodium (atomic number 11 under lithium)  minus the 3 = 8.
  • Potassium (atomic number 19 under sodium) minus the 11 = 8.
  • Rubidium (atomic number 37 under potassium) minus the 19 = 18
  • Cesium (atomic number 55 under Rubidium) minus the  37 = 18
  • Francium (atomic number 87 under Cesium) minus the 55 = 32.

Here’s the Triple Grand Unity of the Neolithic Times

Egyptians knew all about this triple grand unity. It's all to be found documented at the Great Pyramid.
The main purpose of the Great Pyramid is to show the many ways that number squares can be used. This is lost knowledge.

Now, let ‘s look at the grid lines of the 3 x 3 number square. It is pictured just under the excerpt from the periodic chart above. . Only number 2 is found directly. Numbers 8, 18 and 32 come as square roots of whole line segments of the grid. Here’s how it works:

  • A to F (on the dotted line segment on the left side. Any side will due, of course.) = 2
  • The diagonal from points “A” to “E” (where the two dark lines meet at right angles) equals √8.
  • Line BD (the entire diagonal of the complete square) equals √18
  • Finally triangle ABD or CBD equals √32.

The numbers of the magic square  and the periodic chart  are the same:  2.8.18 and 32. A number of my blogs are about how number squares mathematically display elemental properties. Was this knowledge known to the Neolithic cultures that used number squares? Was there an advanced civilization at one time in the distant past that was destroyed? Possibilities are many. More blogs in the future will deal with this.


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