## Binary Code and Perfect Numbers on Tree of Life

Binary Code and Perfect Numbers on Tree of Life. I learned of  this on Oquaga Lake.  First of all, perfect numbers are few and far between. Six is the first such number. Then comes 28, 496, 8128 and 33550336. If you take these lower perfect numbers to the 10th power, you get squared, higher perfect numbers. Then, these perfect numbers can be expressed in binary fashion: They display ones and zeros. See examples below. In number theory, a perfect number is a positive integer that is equal to the sum of its proper positive divisors . This excludes the number itself. Also below is an illustration of how six is a perfect number.

610 = 1102
2810 = 111002
49610 = 1111100002
812810 = 11111110000002
3355033610 = 11111111111110000000000002.

### Binary Numbers Abound on the Tree of Life

Two perfect numbers are easily found on the Tree of Life. The circles are called emanations. Look at numbers 6 and 10 on the central pillar picture below.

• The heart of the Tree is emanation “6”.  Six is  1st perfect number.
• The name of emanation 10 is Malkuth.  What is relevant here is the name of this 10th emanation. This is because in Hebrew letters doubled as numbers. The name for this occurrence is gematria. It is a Greek word. The Hebrew letters of Malkuth equate with  496:  The mem = 40. Lamed = 30. Kuf = 20. Vav = 6. Tet = 400.  Add them as 40 + 30 + 20 + 6 + 400 = 496. Also, when you take the perfect numbers to the 1oth power, you get the squared version expressed by ones and zeros. See illustrated above. In this way 6 and 496  binary potential. This trait is shared by all perfect numbers.

### Finding More Binary Expressions on the Tree of Life

Opposite polarities, as follows, total 1100. Take the two outside pillars. Look at the numbers 3 at the time. Reverse their polarities as follows: Left pillar = 358. Right pillar = 742. Next add them as 358 + 742 = 1100. This figure balances binary by two positive (1)  and two negative (0) glyphs. Reverse this pillar multiplicity as 853 + 247. You get the same total- 1100. This number becomes the gateway to the Tree of Life.

### Where Else is the 1100 Binary Code Found?

1100 gives expression to a lost antediluvian binary code. It once structured a Golden Age. The code is still common around the world. However, very few know how to read it. It is called the 3 x 3 number square. 440 and 660 are prominent in this code. They total 1100. Below is the picture with the  source for the Tree of Life. These numbers are on any of the 7 solutions. The bottom displays the traditional.

Add the numbers around the perimeter. Do it two at the time overlapping as follows: 49 + 92 + 27 + 76 + 61 + 18 + 83 + 34 =440. For the 660 do the following. Add the numbers in groups 2 as follows: (49 + 61) + (35 + 75) +( 81 + 29) = 330. Each subgroup totals 110. Using the same method of addition, do it vertically. You also get 330.  Add the two: 330 + 330 = 660. Finally, add 440 + 660 = 1100. Here’s the icing on the cake: The Tree of Life and the Great Pyramid demonstrate various ways the 3 x 3 number square works. Music is based on the interval of a perfect fifth. It is also born of this number square: E=660 v/s.  A=440 v/s. The notes of the perfect fifth vibrate in this 3/2 ratio. A number of posts on DSOworks.com describe the technique.

## Perfect Numbers are Attached to People in Surprising Ways

Perfect Numbers are Attached to People and Civilization in Surprising Ways. First, what are perfect numbers? In number theory, a perfect number is a positive integer.  It is equal to the sum of its proper positive divisors.   Of course, that excludes the number itself. Look below. The 1st four perfect numbers are 6, 28, 496, and 8128. Euclid knew of these numbers. He generated the formula.

Euclid proved that 2p−1(2p − 1) is an even perfect number whenever 2p − 1 is prime (Euclid, Prop. IX.36).

For example, the first four perfect numbers are generated by the formula 2p−1(2p − 1), with p a prime number, as follows:

for p = 2:   21(22 − 1) = 6
for p = 3:   22(23 − 1) = 28
for p = 5:   24(25 − 1) = 496
for p = 7:   26(27 − 1) = 8128.
Perfect numbers become incredibly high quite quickly. The point is they are quite sparse in the number scheme. The first three (6,28 and 496) make surprising appearances. Let’s begin with number 28.

### Perfect Numbers Explain the Use of the Lunar Calendar

It takes 27 days, 7 hours, and 43 minutes for our Moon to complete one full orbit around Earth. This is called the sidereal month. It is measured by our Moon’s position relative to distant “fixed” stars. However, about 29.5 days to complete one cycle from new Moon to new Moon. The average of the two lunar cycles is about 28 days. The solar days of the year are not a perfect number.  Human hands we have a  perfect 28 total. Explained in the picture below.

### The 10th Emanation on the Tree of Life Uses 496

In Hebrew letters doubled as numbers. The doubling of letters and numbers is still called by the Greek name, gematria. The Tree of Life has 10 emanations. They are represented by 10 circles.   The 10th is called Makuth. This translates to “Kingdom.” Malkuth has a gematria of 496. By using this 3rd perfect number (496), the  intent is that our Creator sought perfection in Creation. This word is used throughout the Bible.

## Perfect numbers are few and far between

Perfect numbers are few and far between. Here is a list of the first seven. Discoverer and the dates of discovery are included. The source is Wikopedia.  By the time you are up to the 7th number, you’re into the hundred billions. The first four were known in Biblical times.

RankpPerfect numberDigitsYearDiscoverer
12614th century B.C.[5]Euclid
232824th century B.C.Euclid
3549634th century B.C.Euclid
47812844th century B.C.Euclid
5133355033681456First seen in a medieval manuscript, Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, CLM 14908, fol. 33[6]
6178589869056101588Cataldi[1]
719137438691328121588Cataldi[1]

Perfect numbers are positive integers that are equal to the sum of their positive divisors. Six is the smallest. Greeks only knew the first four. Only the first four are less than 10,000. It is well known how the ancients used the first two numbers.

• Six (6). Its divisors are 1,2 and 3. Add them together as 1 + 2 + 3 = 6.
• Twenty-eight (28). Its divisorsare 1,2,4,7 and 14. Add them together 1 + 2 + 4 + 7 + 14 = 28.

Here’s how it ties into the Bible. God created the world in six days. He had perfection in mind. The lunar cycle was the basis of most ancient calendars. It has a 28 day cycle. So where is the thrid number, 496?

### The Perfect  Number  Found in the Hebraic Tree of Life is 496, Here’s Where and How

The 10th emanation on the Hebraic Tree of Life is called Malkuth (kingdom). In Hebrew letters it is the bottom circle of the figure below. In Hebrew letters double as numbers. They were not represented by separate symbols as in English. Thus, on the lowest circle, the five letters are mem (40), lamed (30), koph (20) vav (6) and tav (400).  Total them, 40 + 30 + 20 + 6 + 400 = 496. God’s kingdom is perfect. Its bottom circle is often pictured quartered. This represents the equality of the “four” elements of antiquity. Their balance was a key to keeping the order in civilization. Any one element should not be emphasized over another. That represents equality of everyone as stated by our own U.S. constitution.

Now divide the perfect 496 by the 4 elements. The quotient is 124. Each element represents the essence of 124. In Hebrew, Eden, referring to the garden of God, is spelled-Original Word: עֵ֫דֶן. Ayin is 70; dalet is 4 and nun is 50 = 124. Where there is balance, in a perfect state of co-existence, there is Paradise.