Tie Twelves Together as in a Dozen Eggs

Tie Twelves Together in Several Combinations

Tie Twelves Together in Several Combinations. I know, there are only 8 eggs in the frying pan. However, eggs are still sold by the dozen. I am delving into Neolithic thought. They venerated the “dozen.” They knew it was of a former age that knew ” plenty and peace.” Here are a few thoughts from Wikipedia:

dozen (commonly abbreviated doz or dz) is a grouping of twelve.

The dozen may be one of the earliest primitive groupings, perhaps because there are approximately a dozen cycles of the moon or months in a cycle of the sun or year. Twelve is convenient because it has the most divisors of any number under 18.

The use of twelve as a base number, known as the duodecimal system (also as dozenal), originated in Mesopotamia (see also sexagesimal). This could come from counting on one’s fingers by counting each finger bone with one’s thumb.[citation needed] Using this method, one hand can count to twelve, and two hands can count to 144. Twelve dozen (122 = 144) are known as a gross; and twelve gross (123 = 1,728, the duodecimal 1,000) are called a great gross, a term most often used when shipping or buying items in bulk. A great hundred, also known as a small gross, is 120 or ten dozen.

Tie Twelves Together By the Number Square That Will Bring Peace to the Planet

At one time there was a Golden Age. It was held together by a “grain of mustard seed”. This refers to the smallest possible number square. It was called the 3 x 3 number square. Here is the traditional setting of numbers.

Tie Twelves Together is accomplished by the number square.Here's some secrets.
We still purchase eggs by twelves. This number lies within the walls of this picture.

Note the following “dozen” properties of this number square:

  • At first glance, it has only four lines. Two diagonal and two vertical. However, each line is trisected. We now have 6 smaller horizontal and 6 smaller vertical lines.
  • Here is the great gross. The number is 1,728. That number is the product of `12 x 12 x 12. I have blogged about gnomons and corners of this square. The medieval wizard of all wizards was Abu Mūsā Jābir ibn Hayyān. He was nicknamed “Geber.” Below is the 15th-century European portrait of “Geber”, Codici Ashburnhamiani 1166, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Florence

    Finding Reads That Tie Twelves Together

    “Geber” divided the square of three in many ways.  Abu Mūsā Jābir ibn Hayyān (Arabicجابر بن حیان‎‎, Persianجابر بن حیان‎‎, often given the nisbahs al-Bariqi, al-Azdi, al-Kufi, al-Tusi or al-Sufi; fl. c. 721 – c. 815),[6] also known by the Latinization Geber.  He developed the concept of corner v. gnomon. Take out four numbers of a corner. The five that are left are called the gnomon. Remove the corner of 5,7,6, and 1. Then the remaining 5 number gnomon becomes is 8-3-4-9-2. We have:

 

  • Multiply the numbers of its gnomon: 8 x 3 x 4 x 9 x 2 = 1728. The larger Egyptian cubit is 1.728 feet. There is our hidden  great gross.
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“Geber”, in real life, was the master wizard of all wizards.

Finally: Here is the “great hundred” also known as the small gross. The number is 120. From the square, we arrive at 120 in two differing ways.

  1. Take the four corner lower right corner numbers. They are 3,5,8 and 1. Multiply them 3 x 5 x 8 x 1 = 120. We have the small gross. 
  2. On the 3 x 3 number square 15 us found in 8 different ways. Three of vertical. Three are Horizontal Two are diagonal. Thus 8 x 15 = 120. We have the small gross again.

Enjoy, live with, and work with this number square. It is the key to another Golden Age. DSOworks.com will keep the blogs coming.

 

High Stepping on the Piano at the Gasparilla Inn

High Stepping on the Steinway at World Class Gasparilla Inn

High Stepping on the Steinway Piano at World Class Gasparilla Inn. I feel like I have a special connection with Steinway grand pianos. My primary teacher on piano was Mischa Kottler. He kept two Steinway grands in his studio. For my lessons, I played on one. He accompanied and demonstrated on the other. What kind of teacher was Mischa? I quote Greg Philliganes in Keyboard Magazine. 

High Stepping with Mischa Kottler

From work with Stevie Wonder while still in his teens, to tours and recordings with Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton, and Toto, Phillinganes’ massive discography reads like a “Who’s Who” of pop music, encompassing four decades.

From Greg Philliganes’ interview in Keyboard Magazine

“Sensing that I needed discipline more than anything else, my Mom managed to hook me up with a wonderful teacher named Mischa Kottler.  He was a no-nonsense Russian Jewish guy who could crack a pane of glass with one finger. He was a complete badass, and he cooled my attitude out immediately. I studied with him well into my teens.

What kinds of things were you studying with him?

I was studying technique and classical repertoire. He taught me a certain way of playing that I still use to this day: a sense of evenness where your wrists aren’t loose or moving up and down. It’s a totally linear way of playing, where there’s even movement in both hands so your wrists stay perfectly still. Mischa would take two fingers and weigh them down on my wrists to keep them from moving. He instilled a sense of dexterity and definition in my playing. If I’m known for my speed and precision, it’s probably due to Mischa more than anything else. 

High Stepping on his Steinway was Mischa Kottler
Mischa Kottler preferred old vintage Steinways just like the ones I now play at the Gasparilla Inn.

I also have Mischa to thank for instilling in me speed and precision. He also instilled in me the desired to look for the “truth” in music. What is the music really about? How do you convey it?  Again, thanks to Mischa, I have year round employment. . Until Dec 18, I will be at the Crab and Fin in Sarasota. See events on DSOworks.com. Then, Gasparilla from Dec. 19- April 1 2018 for six nights weekly. I play on a newly rebuilt Steinway Grand. The parts were special ordered from Germany. In between, my wonderful agent Fitz Otis at Jay Goodley Entertainment Group books me any other time I am available. My advice to students: Work hard. Be serious. And yes, I have a couple of openings for piano lessons in Sarasota.

 

 

 

Two ancient reads from one diagram.

Two Ancient Reads From One Number Set

Two Ancient Reads From One Number Set. My intent is demonstrate how both the larger Egyptian cubit and the standard Palestinian cubit come from a certain division of these numbers. Above is the traditional arrangement of the 3 x 3 number square. There are many more solutions. With those, the following must be constant:

  1. Number 5 must occupy the center in all arrangements.
  2. Even numbers must occupy the four corners.
  3. Odd numbers must be set on the perimeter between two even numbers.
  4. However, even number can trade places with even numbers. Odd numbers can trad places with odd numbers.

For the blog of “two ancient reads” we consider only the traditional arrangement. First we must see who gave rise to realizing this division of the square of three in the particular manner that I will present. Abu Mūsā Jābir ibn Hayyān (Arabicجابر بن حیان‎‎, Persianجابر بن حیان‎‎, often given the nisbahs al-Bariqi, al-Azdi, al-Kufi, al-Tusi or al-Sufi; fl. c. 721 – c. 815),[6] also known by the Latinization Geber, was a polymath: a chemist and alchemistastronomer and astrologerengineergeographerphilosopherphysicist, and pharmacist and physician. Born and educated in Tus, he later traveled to Kufa. He has been described as the father of early chemistry.[7][8][9]

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15th-century European portrait of “Geber”, Codici Ashburnhamiani 1166, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Florence

Finding the Two Ancient Reads in the One Number Square

“Geber” divided that square of three in many ways. I merely found how ancient measures apply to his formulas. He developed the concept of corner v. gnomon. A corner is a particular set of four corner numbers, The corner we will consider today has numbers: 5,7,1 and 6. The gnomon is the five leftover numbers. They are 8,3,4,9 and 2. Perform the following operations:

  • Multiply the 4 corner numbers: 5 x 7 x 1 x 6 = 210. The Palestinian cubit is 2.107 feet.
  • Multiply the numbers of its gnomon: 8 x 3 x 4 x 9 x 2 = 1728. The larger Egyptian cubit is 1.728 feet.

The backbone of the former Golden Age was the 3 x 3 number square. When all know how it works, we will have another Golden Age of Plenty and Peace. It’s as simple as that!

Careless musical editors dominant the works of J.S. Bach

Careless Music Editors Point the Wrong Way

Careless Music Editors Point the Wrong Way. I am a proud graduate of Cass Technical High School in Detroit. The school was a four-year university preparatory high school in Midtown Detroit, United States.[2][3] The school is named in honor of Lewis Cass, an American military officer and politician who served as governor of the Michigan Territory from 1813 until 1831. The school is a part of Detroit Public Schools. In the 1960’s Cass Tech two major musical curriculum. Both were college prep. The school had some 30 college prep courses of study. You could even major in aeronautics. We actually had an airplane in one of the rooms that you could work on for assembly or repair.  In the music courses the  students were wise to editors. We all spoke of a professional frustration cycle. It went from soloist to conductor to editor. Editors, we half-jokingly said, wanted to get revenge on everyone else. Obviously, they couldn’t be successful at the first two professions. Not bad for high school kids!

Careless music editors were bantered about at this High School in Detroit
My High School Alma mater was Cass Technical High School in Detroit

J.S. Bach omitted placing tempo, phrasing or dynamics in his works. Over zealous editors quickly stepped in.  I quote Edward Hughes from G. Schirmer  & Co. I think he is one of the good ones. Edwin Hughes taught at the Ganapol School of Musical Art in Detroit from 1910 to 1912, the Volpe Institute of Music in New York from 1916 to 1917, and the Institute of Musical Art in New York from 1918 to 1923. He lectured at various schools. From 1920 to 1926 he was special editor of piano music for G. Schirmer, Inc. He toured widely in the USA and Europe after the close of World War I; performed duo-recitals with his wife, the pianist Jewel Bethany Hughes, and also gave master-classes. He also had opinions about careless music editors.

Careless Music Editors Over-Edit

I am currently working on the Bach Prelude and Fugue in A minor. It is transcribed for piano by Franz Liszt. Publisher is G. Schirmer Inc. Hughes humbly states about his editing: “The phrasing is to be regarded more as indicative than complete. Of himself he states “There is no desire to appear arbitrary in matters of pedaling, touch and so forth. Also bear in mind: “In the democracy of art there is no final authority on such subjects.” I think these are the words of a great man.

Finally, if anyone is interested I have  I have one or two openings for piano students in Sarasota.

Mischa and I in our Sarasota Home
My instructor, Mischa Kottler, studied with Emil von Sauer- a pupil of Franz Liszt. I acquired a Master of Music degree from Wayne State University under Mischa.

Musical Transcriptions Were One of Bach’s Priorities

Musical Transcriptions Were One of Bach’s Priorities. However, he often transcribed his own works. Most think of transcription by people other than the original composer. For example, Franz Liszt transcribed some of Bach’s organ works for the piano. In fact, Liszt wrote transcriptions for piano of a wide variety of music. Indeed, about half of his composing work (approximately 400 out of 800 items) are arrangements of music by other composers.[52]

Musical transcriptions contributed to Liszt's popularity.
Liszt give the musical public what they wanted- musical transcriptions

During the period 1730-1733 Bach wrote seven concertos for harpsichord and strings. Most were musical transcriptions from his own violin concertos. Bach had a passion for transcriptions. He seemed to be never satisfied with any definitive version of his musical output.  I quote Wanda Landowski in her book, On Music: “His versatile and restless spirit refused to be limited to the use of any one particular instrument or even to instruments in general.”

Reason for Musical Transcriptions

What other reason can there be for writing a composition for different instruments? Perhaps business. It allows you to sell more copies.Instead of selling to only violinists, you can , also sell music to other instrumentalists. Also transcriptions makes a person popular with the public. If they enjoy a particular  work, they can also hear it played by a piano player. Liszt became rich enough to help many composers of his time.  Yes he was a great pianist. However, I feel his transcriptions propelled him to the top and gave him the reputation of being the greatest.

For years I worked as a transcriber for Rubinoff and His Violin. He too made a fortune.  He called me his best arranger in his lifetime of performing. Enjoy our concert at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. We gave it in 1984. Witness the audience going wild over a violinist at age 87. I am playing the piano. Also, see for yourself what a difference arrangements can make. Also I have one or two openings for piano lessons in Sarasota.

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Lost Concert “Rubinoff and His Violin” on Oquaga Lake, 1984

Lesley & Ohrenstein
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Magic square summary came on Oquaga Lake

Magic Square Summary as Given by The Oquaga Spirit

Magic Square Summary  offered by a spirit that dwells around Oquaga Lake. There was once a golden age. Knowledge of the  3 x 3 number square held it in place. Men lived their lives by the balanced numerical codes it contains. A female American Indian spirit enlightened me about this code. She was of the Lennie Lenape. Hesiod alludes to this age. His writings were almost 3000 years earlier. The Works and Days (Ancient GreekἜργα καὶ ἩμέραιErga kai Hēmerai)[a] is a didactic poem of some 800 lines written by the ancient Greek poet Hesiod around 700 BCE. The Works and Days is perhaps best known for its two mythological aetiologies for the toil and pain that define the human condition: It contains he story of Prometheus and Pandora.  It also describes the Myth of Five Ages. They were: the Golden AgeSilver Age, Bronze Age, Heroic Age, and the present age, that of Iron. The golden race lived in the time of Cronus.   It was an age of plenty and peace. The earth provided for all. Rivalries were unknown.

Magic Square Summary what I learned on Oquaga Lake
“Lights on porch and dock and hotel waterside glitter around the shore. Markers do they provide”. Quoted from The Oquaga Spirit Speaks.”

Magic Square Summary Was Dictated on Oquaga Lake by a Spirit Guide

 

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The above picture is of Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. It is perched in the Catskill Mountains. Almost anyone who visits either senses or actually communes with this spirit. The spirit talked ceaselessly to me. I was lucky. Many of the blogs on DSOworks.com are because of her. Here is some of her wisdom. In your spare time, please read  the blogs in full. Just click on all posts. It’s that easy. 

“The source of truth is the square of three. By straight read, three codes appear. They hold a cosmic code. The central five also becomes 55 and 555. When compared to a star or atom, man is in the middle.  Speaking in relative sizes, man becomes the 55. An atom becomes the 5. A star becomes the 555. ” The code also offers “infinity” on a golden platter. These codes spin and twirl numbers in a set and balanced way.

 

Number square summary came at Oquaga Lake.
For me, enlightenment happened by the wisdom of an American Indian spirit. It was about this number square.
Scorpio musicians have strong points and weak points.

Scorpio Musicians Perform with Profound Emotions

Scorpio Musicians Perform with Profound Emotions. This blog is an excerpt from my upcoming book: Music Under the Zodiac. I also composed a ballet and modern dance opus number on the 12 zodiac signs. It also has an introduction and finale. The title Dance of the Zodiac. The work is haunting me to be staged again. Al Smith, a comedian who once toured the Catskills said, “It’s like a collector’s item- It sits around collecting dust.” Any suggestions or contacts out there?

Scorpio Musicians and Dancers Illustrating This Sign's Character
The Dance of the Zodiac had a full 45 minute presentation by the Florida Ballet Arts Ensemble under the choreography and direction of Lynn Winslow and S, Fairwhether

Scorpio Musicians as We Approach the Astrological Month of Scorpio 10/23-11/21

 

First, what is the zodiac? In Western astrology, and formerly astronomy, the zodiac is divided into twelve signs, each occupying 30° of celestial longitude and roughly corresponding to the constellations AriesTaurusGeminiCancerLeoVirgoLibraScorpioSagittariusCapricornAquarius and Pisces.[2][3]

Wheel of the zodiac: This 6th century mosaic pavement in a synagogue incorporates Greek-Byzantine elements, Beit Alpha, Israel.

For this blog we will consider Scorpio as a listener and a performer.
  • Scorpio listen with an ear that is tuned to the mystical. For most, music must touch the mind and body. For Scorpio it is about touching the soul. This listener favors complex chords and rhythms. They enjoy “tempo rubato”. Even “dervish” accelerando rhythms are on the listening list. In the classical realm, music from the Baroque era is favored. Counterpoint is enjoyable: Life is complex. Anything with intense mood is enjoyable. Baroque dance suites are on the list. Each dance keeps its own character throughout.
  • Scorpio musicians enjoy varied percussion instruments. These include timpani, triangle, marimba, xylophone or celesta. They favor the cello among stringed instruments.  Cellos express depth of feeling in the “baritone” area. Scorpio has natural charisma. That makes people of this sign great conductors or section leaders. Scorpio will instruments not commonly played. These could include the lute or hurdy gurdy. Enjoy an excerpt from my blog about this rare instrument!
  • The Hurdy Gurdy rose in popularity and the lute fell!

    Hurdy Gurdy Suddenly Came into Vogue

    Hurdy Gurdy Suddenly Came into Vogue. Why am I writing this blog? To prove that no how popular something is, changing style can make it obsolete. For example, once upon a time no one ever doubted the popularity and supremacy of the lute.  The first lutes were brought to Spain by the Moors. Others may have been brought to Europe from Arabic lands. The lute is one of the ancestors of the classical guitar. Sunddenly, among the French royalty and other European courts, the lute was totally shunned. The hurdy gurdy took its place. Styles change! Go ahead Scorpio. Follow the lead of French royalty! Oh yes, I have one or two openings for giving piano lessons in Sarasota.

 

Burning Bush is Also the Tree of Life

Burning Bush Also Represents the Tree of Life

Burning Bush Also Represents the Tree of Life. This blog presents a surprising co-incidence. The emergency symbol for fire is the same as the Hebrew letter for “shin”.  This letter actually represents fire in Judaic traditions. It can have either a “hissing” sound, like the word “history”.  Or, it can have a “sh” sound as in the word, “short.” The difference depends on the placement of a vowel dot. Both sounds imitate fire’s sound.  This letter is most sacred. It represents two names of God. They are Shaddai  שדי meaning “Almighty”, and  Hebrewשָׁלוֹם‎ shalom.  Hebrew is written from right to left.  Shalom, unlike Shaddai,  can have multiple meanings:  They include- Peaceharmonywholenesscompletenessprosperitywelfare and tranquility. It can be used idiomatically to mean both hello and goodbye.[1][2][3]

Burning bush and fire
The Hebrew letter “shin” is now an international symbol for fire.

Burning Bush and the Tree of Life

We can readily see how life’s fulfillment comes with with “Shalom”. To acquire “Shalom” is to reach the top of the mountain-just like Moses. It becomes all the sum of all the desirable fruits of life that we live for. For meditation I suggest the following: Slowly, repeat “sha” 5 times. The “ah” sound releases the tension of the “sh”. Meditate on this release. The ending “om” sound of “shalom.” Repeat this sound five times. Then say the entire word five times. May all the blessings of “shalom” be with you.

Our second major point is about the Tree of Life. Shin and the burning bush are symbols for this tree. Its depiction also provides a format for meditation. It too, has the overall shape of the letter, shin. You can see the 3 vertical pillars. Horizontal and diagonal paths connecting them become illuminations.

Symbol for the burning bush or tree of life.
The letter “shin” in Hebrew. It has three primary branches.
Mystical Overlap Between Number Squares and the Tree of Life

One thousand seven hundred twenty eight inches is the radius of the Aubrey Circle

One Thousand Seven Hundred Twenty Eight

One Thousand Seven Hundred Twenty Eight.  So, what is special about his number? There is an obvious answer: 12  x 12 x 12 = 1,728. It is the cube of 12. But where else is 1.728 hiding? First, let’s also consider the following equivalents:

  • 1,728 inches = 144 feet.
  • 1,728 inches = 48 British yards
  • Most important for this blog: 1,728 inches = 52.8 megalithic yards. A megalithic yard is 30/11 feet. The megalithic yard is 2.72727…feet. Expressed as a fraction, it is 30/11 feet.
One thousand seven hundred twenty eight hides in this number square.
A Golden Age of peace and plenty once graced civilization by this number square

First, one thousand seven hundred twenty eight hides in this number square. Here’s how: Gnomoically dividing the square of three was a custom. It was most conspicuous in the Arabic school of Jabirism. Jabir Ibn Hayyim traced this custom back to Hermes. Hermes traced this custom back to Ariel.

How is one thousand seven hundred twenty eight found?

A gnomon is the part of the geometrical figure with numbers that remains when one is its corners is removed. On the number square, remove 4 boxes that contain 5,7,1, and 6. That is the lower right set of 4 boxes. The remaining numbers of the gnomon are 8,3,4,9, and 2. Multiply these five numbers. Their product is 1,728.

Megalithic Measurement comes from the 3 x 3 number square. The megalithic inch is a straight read of numbers. Look at the bottom horizontal. It reads 816. That was my discovery. However, the actual discovery of the reality of megalithic measure was made by Professor  Alexander Thom  of Oxford University. He surveyed 600 megalithic sites in EnglandScotlandWales and Britanny.[4] Thom also proposed the Megalithic Rod of 2.5 MY.[5] As sub units of these, he further proposed the Megalithic Inch.   It is 0.816 inches.  One hundred of which are included in a Megalithic Rod.  Forty megalithic inches make a Megalithic Yard. Not only does the megalithic inch (0.816) come from the 3 x 3 number square, so does their 40 count which makes a megalithic yard:

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Professor Alexander Thom of the Society of Oxford University Engineers
  • Add the perimeter numbers around the central five. We have 4 + 9 + 2 + 7 + 6 + 1 + 8 + 3 =40.
  • Finally, take the megalithic rod: 100 megalithic inches measure the length of of megalithic rod. On the 3 x 3 number square, 10 is a characteristic number. Any two opposite numbers equal 10. In the secret codes of this number square, powers of ten actually go to infinity.
  • Any two opposite numbers total ten. Here some pairs: 4 +  6 = 10. Or, 9 + 1 = 10.
  • For this, please look at the number square as I list the numbers . By two numbers at the time: 49 + 61 = 110. Another, 29 + 81 = 110. If it crosses the center, it’s dual to itself: 59 + 51 = 110. Or, 15 + 95 = 110.  This number, 110 can be pulled out of the square in 16 different ways.
  •  It also works three numbers at the time: 492 + 618 = 1110. Or, 951 + 159 = 1110. This number can be pulled out of here it 8 different ways.
  • The above maneuvers entailed a straight treatment of the numbers: All in a row. But when you twist and turn the numbers, they grow to infinity in their balance. This is the “grain of mustard seed” that grows into the largest plant. The Gospels refer to it.  In this manner the smallest number square defines and describes infinity. Follow the next sets of numbers on the square as I describe them.
    • Thus, 4,927 + 6,183 = 11,110.
    • 15, 943 + 95,167 = 111,110.
    • Or another two sets of 5 numbers, 81,672 + 29,438 = 111,110.
    • Or, let’s go bigger: 38,167,294 + 72,943,816 = 111,111,110.

Finally, the music of antiquity. We observed above that one thousand seven hundred twenty eight  inches equals 52.8 megalithic yards. Sacred musical antiquity was all about the known diatonic scale. The “C” above middle “C” of the ancient diatonic scale vibrated at 528 times per second. Middle “C”, an octave lower, vibrated 264 times per second. This is also referenced at Stonehenge. The distance from its center up to the heel stone is 264 feet.  The octave higher “C” by number  (528) was taken and multiplied by  10 to arrive at the feet in a mile, 5,280. Measure, math, and music are all derived from this ancient number square. It unified mankind and brought the blessings of peace to all. Certainly, it can provide the same vision for the present.

Unraveling Codes of Lost Civilizations

Unraveling Codes of Lost Civilizations. An enigmatic code was once prevalent. It is definitely prehistoric. So how did I find out about it, you might ask? First, I always was curious as to what is the source of everything. Many  say, “Our Creator” or “God”. That being true, is there a preferred medium or tool that “Our Creator” uses? Here is the story about how I discovered God’s preferred Creation tool.

The Oquaga Spirit Provided the Knowledge for Unraveling Codes of Lost Civilizations

In upstate New York we find many beautiful lakes. Oquaga Lake is some 25 miles east of Binghamton, NY. I worked for some 15 summer/fall seasons at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. I was their “house piano player.”

Scott’s Play House is the white building behind the speed boat. Daily, I played there for feature shows and the dance band.

At one time a matriarchal American Indian tribe lived around the lake. They were the Lennie Lenape. This spirit took a liking to me.  I went for walks around the lake. She’d talk my ear off.  The spirit dictated volumes of poetry. The 1st book was “The Book of Balance.” Then came “The Oquaga Spirit Speaks.” Then came The Staff of God volumes I and II. Her discourse on love is entitled “Ahav” The Creed of Love”. Finally  came The Sacred Engineers’ Philosophy: The Pinnacle of Thought in the Unified Culture of Ancient Builders. This spirit not only revealed hidden codes, but directed my search. God’s preferred tool for creation was the seven number squares of antiquity. The first and most complex of the group is also the simplest. It is the standard 3 x 3 number square pictured below.  Unity for all mankind is found in this square of numbers. The Chinese call it The Lo Shu. Christ and his Disciples called it the “Grain of Mustard Seed.” It holds the plan for sacred temples for most religions around the world. Its understanding heralds a new Golden Age. Read and reread all posts on DSOworks.com. All have easy and free access. See the front page. Oh yes, I have room for a few piano students in Sarasota.

The ancient, traditional arrangement of the 3 x 3 number square.