outstanding number ten has a place all its own

Outstanding Number Ten is in the Next Dimension

Outstanding Number Ten is in the Next Dimension. The Italian mathematician Fibonacci (c. 1170–1250) is credited with introducing the decimal system to Europe He used the term zephyrum. This became zefiro in Italian. It was then contracted to zero in Venetian. The Italian word zefiro was already in existence (meaning “west wind” from Latin and Greek zephyrus). It may have influenced the spelling when transcribing Arabic ṣifr.[9]

Why did it take zero so long to become independent? Because for 1000’s of years civilization was based on a prime 3 x 3 number square. Notice no zero exists in the square. It is simply the numbers one to nine. They are arranged so that any row of three totals 15. Also, any two opposite numbers total ten. Ten is a synthetic number on this square. Also, if you read my other blogs on DSOworks.com, you can see other possibilities for this square of numbers.  The square given below was the preferred setting of antiquity.

Two ancient reads from one diagram.

Outstanding Number Ten on the Tree of Life

Outstanding number ten
Maximum separation between (1) yang and yin (10) on the Tree of Life.
 Here is a depiction of the Tree of Life. The 10 emanations are represented by circles. The 22 paths are the lines. Notice, emanations one and ten are separated by the maximum possible distance. They represent yin (10)  and yang (1) at odds with each other. Likewise, on the 3 x 3 square ten must be constructed by the effort of arithmetic. Ten represents a challenge to arrive at, either way. The best way to acquire at knowledge of 10 is through the wisdom  and rhyme of the Oquaga Spirit. I she is a female from the Lennie Lenape.
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                                                              But yet, two Heavenly orbs
Were in the morning sky:
For as the Sun was saying hello,
The Moon was saying good-bye.
In size they were like twins.
One orb could cover the other
But still these heavenly bodies
In daylight each other did not smother.
What to be made of this?
Its a sign of things to come:
When yin and yang stand equal
At peace and equilibrium.
Finally, to enjoy more of her poetry, here is a 14 minute sample from the products page on DSOworks.com. I have memorized the entire book and am available for poetic recitations.
Oquaga Spirit Speaks

 

Cricket is not neglected by the Oquaga Spirit

Cricket as Recorded by the Oquaga Spirit

Cricket as Recorded by the Oquaga Spirit. Crickets, of the family Gryllidae, are insects related to bush crickets.  They are also related, more distantly, to grasshoppers. The cricket was regarded by the Chinese as a 3-fold symbol. It represented life, death and resurrection. Its presence by the hearth was considered as a lucky charm. It was also thought of in this regard by Mediterranean civilizations.

Who is not acquainted with the sometimes overwhelming sound of crickets? Those who are keeping up with these blogs know my affinity for an Oquaga Spirit. She is a female Indian spirit from the Lennie Lenape tribe. The spirit dwells around Oquaga Lake where my family spent many summers. I was the “house piano player” for the Scott family. In her poems, she frequently referred to crickets.

Many a cricket was heard around Oquaga Lake
A symphony of crickets often filled the air at certain times during the day and night on Oquaga Lake.

The Poetic Appearance of the Cricket

Below is  an internal link with me reciting some of the spirit’s poetry. My book, The Oquaga Spirit Speaks, is available as a product on DSOworks.com. In the future, I hope to tour as a poet reciting the magnificent rhyme of the Oquaga Spirit. In the meanwhile I hope you enjoy some of her verses about crickets. With their spoken recitation comes happiness and  peace of mind. I recite poems from the book several times daily.

  1. Quoted from “Early in August“.

Tree laden with seed pods,
Noisy pulsating crickets;
Speedboats circling the lake,
Freshly painted pickets.

 2. An entire poem is entitled “The Crickets“. Here’s one quatrain.
The crickets give voice
To the pulse of the field.
The power of the day
In chirping they wield.
3. The third poem I will quote is entitled “Change“.
The tallish stalks of grass
Have turned to tannish-brown;
Hiding chirping crickets
That make so loud a sound.
 
Look for future blogs of the  wisdom from this American Indian spiritOne of her favorite topics was the ancient use of number squares. A number of my 450 plus blogs cover this topic.
The cricket one of the favorite subjects of the spirit that dwells around this lake.
I was introduced to the poetic theme of crickets on this pristine, spring fed lake located in New York’s Catskill Mountains.
Ireland preserves ancient number square tradition

Ireland Preserves A Jupiterian 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

Ticking Antiquity for the Ancient Cornerstone

Ticking Antiquity Though the Prime Number Square

Ticking Antiquity Though the Prime Number Square. The inner workings behind this number square are responsible for ticking antiquity. Actually, it makes the entire cosmos tick. Though it seems simple, it is infinitely complex. I mean that literally. I now have over 430 blogs on DSOworks.com. Part of these are about music. Many are about ancient number squares. Number squares once bundled a Golden Age of Peace and Plenty. I’ve included a couple of internal links. Looking at these links first might give you a background.

Ticking antiquity is literal at the Stonehenge,
The clock of antiquity ticks at the Stonehenge

Stonehenge Archives – DSO Works

3 x 3 number square Archives – DSO Works

Next, I will post an excerpt from my book, The Staff of God Volume II. It is from page 29. I believe most of the knowledge I gleamed was by Oquaga Lake. My duties there included playing piano for the Scott family shows and other revues. . I was their pianist for some 15 years. It is perched high in the Catskills. A matriarchal American Indian tribe once lived there. A female spirit from the Lennie Lenape was my instructor. As my book of poetry called The Oquaga Spirit Speaks describes her as such: “So much she needed an ear, she ignored my tranquility.”

ticking antiquity on Oquaga Lake
Here is where the Oquaga Spirit explained the hidden mathematical codes of number squares. The arithmetic of the number squares speaks truth the for itself.

Ticking Antiquity on Oquaga Lake

Number squares pair opposite numbers in the same system. Two opposite numbers achieve a state of balance through their addition. In the featured picture opposite numbers always total 10. However, doubling or tripling the numbers and totally them was ancient practice. Again, read the internal links. 1 + 9 = 10. Then 11 + 99 = 110. Then 111 + 999 = 1110. These totals straight number reads on the number square. An example being: 492 + 618 = 1110. Or 951 + 159 = 1110. With double numbers, 95 + 15 =110. However, if you read the numbers in curves, they go to infinity.

Future Telling by a poetic spirit on Oquaga Lake

Future Telling as per the Oquaga Spirit

Future Telling as per the Oquaga Spirit. Common methods used for fortune telling in Europe and the Americas include astromancyhorary astrologypendulum reading, spirit board reading, tasseography (reading tea leaves in a cup), cartomancy (fortune telling with cards), tarot readingcrystallomancy (reading of a crystal sphere), and chiromancy (palmistry, reading of the palms). The last three have traditional associations in the popular mind with the Roma and Sinti people (often called “gypsies”).

However, current theories of leading physicists see reality as a connection or continuum of space-time. Thus, as the present is visible, so are the past and the future. I was fortunate enough to spend 15 summer seasons on Oquaga Lake. My official title was “the house pianist” at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. One of my duties was playing the piano on “Scott’s Showboat of Song.” It daily circled Oquaga Lake at 4:30 pm. Once in a while we did a nighttime cruise. Everyone was happy and joyful. Most sensed a spiritual presence on the lake.  For me, it spoke in poetry as a hiked around the lake in the early morning hours. Below is one of the spirit’s poems. It is entitled “Future Fog.” An illustrated book of her poetry is called: The Oquaga Spirit Speaks.” It is available as a product on DSOworks.com

Future Telling and the Oquaga Spirit
Spiritual presence radiates forth from this mountain top, spring fed lake. Its beauty is almost incredible.

Future Telling in the Poem “Future Fog” in the Oquaga Spirit Speaks

We see the future in a fog                   But though we cannot see through,
And know not what it brings.            We still may smell and hear.
It’s milky, dense and thick                   By keeping all senses sharp
And hides most everything.                We see ahead the year.
We do not know tomorrow,                For sound penetrates the fog.
If it bring joy or sorrow                        And smell drifts through the haze.
Or if it just be plain                                 By keeping all senses sharp,
Like slow and steady rain.                    We see ahead the days.
We know not how things shape up
Until the fog has lifted.
But then the future is the present,
As the sands of time have shifted.
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The future is hidden by “fog.” So are two birds in this masterful picture.
Seasonal Migration and Oquaga Lake

Seasonal Migration as per the Oquaga Spirit

Seasonal Migration as per the Oquaga Spirit. Many spring fed lakes  have spiritual presence. Oquaga Lake has quite a strong and active spirit. I was fortunate. The  spiritual “Lady of the Lake” befriended me. My family and I spent some 15 summer seasons on the lake. I was the house piano player at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. Here is an incredible parallel: Just as the movie The Last Samurai featured an historian/photgrapher, we had one on Oquaga Lake. His name was John Margolies. Here is some of his background.

From sea to shining sea, John Margolies knew, there was much that cried to be photographed. There was the Long Island poultry store in the shape of a vast white duck. The gaping alligator’s mouth through which visitors entered a Kissimmee, Fla. zoo.  The 65-foot-long muskie in Bena, Minn., that housed the Big Fish Supper Club. The Donut Hole, a doughnut shop in the form of — what else? — in La Puente, Calif.

seasonal migration and Oquaga Lake
Oquaga Lake, John Margolies photographer.
John Margolies in 1987. Credit Don Hogan Charles/The New York Times

Our enitre family spent many summers with John  on Oquaga Lake. We all loved every minute. Never a dull moment on magnificent spring fed lake.  I (David)  wrote poetry galore thanks to the spirit.

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Seasonal Migration as per the Oquaga Spirit

Enjoy a moment of nostalgia with the spirit’s poem entitled “We’ll Talk a Little More.” I sensed that she was a female Indian spirit. She was from the Lennie Lenape. The entire collection is available on DSOworks.com.  Daily, I recite and keep the poetry memorized; and the spirit alive.  Poetry presentations are in my job description.

The summer fun is done
Like burnt wood in a flame:
Only glowing embers
And memories to place in a frame.

But oh, how those embers
Are full of reverie,
I see in them the summer
And I’m sure the summer sees me.

And many a fire will burn
In crackling fireplace,
Until the folks return
Once more to their special place.

The ground is flooded with leaves.
Daily the temperature dips.
Our boxes and bags are packed.
We’re readied for southern trip.

I bid you spirit, adieux
At least for ninety-four.
Next year when I return,
We’ll talk a little more.

 

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.

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.

 

Mathematical poetry through Fibonacci numbers

Missing Tip on Great Pyramid is Found

Missing Tip on Great Pyramid is Found. It’s all about an aerial view. Below are examples of aerial lines that are part of the Nasca lines. These are in South America. Here are two prominent examples.

  • A giant spider carving is carved in the desert. It is about 148 feet long. The carving is a Peru pattern. Location, with other such figures, is between the Andes Mountains and Pacific Ocean. The special area is about 200 square miles. My source is Mysterious Places.  It is edited by Jennifer Westwood.Jennifer Westwood (5 January 1940 – 12 May 2008) was a British author, broadcaster and folklorist. She was a Doctor of Philosophy .  She had special interests in English Language, Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse. Her first book, Mediaeval Tales, was published in 1968. She was active committee member of The Folklore Society.   Dr. Westwood undertook a variety of duties including editing its publications and helping other authors. As a broadcaster, she worked on programs produced for BBC Radio 4 and the corporation’s Radio Norfolk. Commonly known as “Jen”, after her second marriage she also authored books in the name of Jennifer Chandler.
  • A humming bird has spread out wings. It is made from a single spread out line. It is also a Nasca figure. It is one of 18 different carved giant figures on the plain.

Picture of the book edited by Jennifer Westwood called Mysterious Places

Missing Tip of 5 Cubits and Actual Measurements  Are Found by an Aerial View of a Number Square

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A figure viewed from above looks flat. It the 3 x 3 number square, raise the center. Imagine it is pliable and be raised. The base still remains square.  The five is elevated like the tip. Before you are dismissive of this thought consider the following: The perimeter around the Great Pyramid is 1110 cubits. My Source are the writings of the Reverend John Michell. His book is The View Over Atlantis.  Look at the hidden number code. 492 + 618 = 1110. 438 + 672 = 1110. If three numbers cross, 951 + 159 =1110. This hidden code was shown to me on Oquaga Lake. I believe it was an American Indian spirit from the Lennie Lenape tribe. They dwelled around the lake. Also, they were one of the few matriarchal tribes in the country. The women could even depose of a chief. The son in law had to live with his family in their dwelling. For years I was the piano player at Scotts Oquaga Lake House in Deposit, New York. The spirit visited me on walks. I often also led hikes through this mountainous region.

Missing tip was explained by an American Indian spirit from the Lennie Lenape
My book of poetry written on Oquaga Lake.

Conclusion: The missing tip source of the Great Pyramid  were explained on Oquaga Lake.  The lake is a former sacred American Indian location. I think that wonderful times are on the way. The wisdom of the American Indians will lead the way. Also, consider Isaiah: In that day shall there be an altar to the LORD in the midst of the land of Egypt, and a pillar at the border thereof to the LORD. And it shall be for a sign and for a witness unto the LORD of hosts in the land of Egypt” (Isa. 19:1920).

 

People berries - how people mature like mountain berries

People Berries are Like Fruit Berries-Oquaga Spirit Speaks

People Berries are Like the Fruit Berries- Oquaga Spirit Speaks. Yes, we have an analogy. Computers are not great in inventing analogies. Poets are. Especially when the poet is an American Indian spirit. This spirit dwells around Oquaga Lake. Now, you must be asking, how does this analogy hold water?  I lived and worked in the Catskill Mountains. The Scott family hired me as their piano player. The resort is called Scott’s Oquaga Lake House. If you think I’m a little off with this thought, first consider this quote by Shakespeare. Then I will offer the analogy

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William Shakespeare

“ Lovers and madmen have such seething brains,
Such shaping fantasies, that apprehend
More than cool reason ever comprehends.
The lunatic, the lover and the poet
Are of imagination all compact:
One sees more devils than vast hell can hold,
That is, the madman: the lover, all as frantic,
Sees Helen’s beauty in a brow of Egypt:
The poet’s eye, in fine frenzy rolling,
Doth glance from heaven to earth, from earth to heaven;
And as imagination bodies forth
The forms of things unknown, the poet’s pen
Turns them to shapes and gives to airy nothing
A local habitation and a name. ”
People berries explained at Scott's
Summer fun at Scott’s Oquaga Lake House

People Berries as per the Oquaga Spirit

Here is the analogy. It is from my book The Oquaga Spirit Speaks. The book contains some 80 poems. It is available as a product on DSOworks.com. The spirit says in this excerpt from “The Smells of Childhood Remembered.”

The berries are the bells of summer.
Wild strawberries in June.
Then raspberries and blueberries.
Blackberries bring the harvest Moon.

Likewise, people who mature early are like the “Wild strawberries in June.” Those who mature in middle age are like the raspberries and blueberries. Those who mature later in life are like the luscious blackberries. Enjoy the wisdom of the Oquaga Spirit! Here is a free reading. I hope to recite this American Indian’s poetry in person  around the world.

The Oquaga Spirit Speaks – YouTube

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