Ireland Preserves A Jupiterian Number Square Tradition

Ireland preserves ancient number square tradition

Ireland Preserves A Jupiterian  Number Square Tradition. This comes with the belief that the 4-leaf clover is lucky. Of course the 3-leafed shamrock is the Irish symbol par excellence. The three leaves represent for faith, hope and love.  If you can find one, a fourth leaf is where where the luck comes from.  This “lucky clover”, is an uncommon variation of the three-leafed clover.  Is rarity is one reason why it is widely considered to be a symbol of good luck.  The traditional Irish symbol of a shamrock does not include the fourth leaf.

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The traditional Irish shamrock has only three leaves. A 4th is the lucky one.

Four-Leaf Clover is Lucky- Here’s Why

Ireland Preserves Number Square Tradition

Fourfold orientation comes from the magic square of Jupiter
Four numbers rest at the center of the first odd numbered of the number squares. By tradition it invokes Jupiter.

Look to astrology. Jupiter is associated with the principles of growth, expansion, prosperity, and good fortune. Jupiter governs  travel, wealth, higher education,  religion, and law. Next, look at our 4 x 4 number square.  By ancient tradition, the 4 x 4 square  invokes the influence of Jupiter.

  1. It is the first number square that has four numbers at the center. They are 6,7,10 and 11.
  2. The dimensions of the perimeter are 4 x 4.
  3. This tradition is worldwide.  Even Black Elk of the Sioux Indians quotes its essence. The Indian link also explains how a key number series of the cosmos in hidden this square.

Black Elk of the Sioux

So, the next question becomes: How did I discover such lost traditions? I am a piano player. Many summers were spent on Oquaga Lake. There I worked under the employ of the Scott Family. I made the acquaintance of a spirit. I call her the Oquaga Spirit. I believe this spirit has come to bring joy and happiness to all. Much of this website is about the knowledge this female from the Lennie Lenape tribe imparted. She dictated a book of poetry. Here is an excerpt about today’s theme. You can experience me reciting some of her poetry for free. It is linked to my front page.

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Oquaga Lake, home of the Oquaga Spirit

Oquaga Spirit Speaks

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