Enhancing Jupiter Creates Harmony. With this blog I again try to delve into the destroyed past. So much has been ruined. For one, the Library at Alexandria was burned down during Roman times. It was the jewel par excellence of ancient knowledge. In general, conquerors made it a habit to destroy even traces of their subdued civilizations. Another example was ancient Carthage. It also was subdued by the Romans. About 50,000 Carthaginians were sold into slavery. The city was set ablaze and razed to the ground. Only ruins and rubble remain (feature picture). How did philosophers of the past attempt to prevent such occurrences?
Enhancing Jupiter – This planet was associated with luck, fortune and wealth.
- Plato refers to the 272 as the number of harmony in his Canon. Harmonia was the wife of Cadmus. Her name in Greek, spelled with the letters add up to 272. This is by the rules of gematria. Here is the connection between the 4 x 4 number square and harmony. Total all the numbers from 1 – 16 on this square. The sum is 136. Multiply 136 x 2 = 272. Harmony is therefore the twice enhanced value square of Jupiter. That poses a question: Is a person who finds harmony in his is life twice as happy as one who has only found wealth?