Master number square hides infinity

Master Number Square Shows Similarity in Diversity

Master Number Square Shows Similarity in Diversity. I’m sure you are asking: What is this all about? Why even bother reading this? Answer: We are about to enter into a new Golden Age. It will be marked by peace and plenty.  All will live long and happy lives. The key is understanding how this number square works. – Then its hidden codes and inner workings must be activated. Basically geometry and numbers interact in a set pattern. The numbers that code the periodic chart and lines and angles on the 3 x 3 grid are the same. It works as follows:

Master Number Square of the Ancients is Pictured Below

  • First the featured grid must be filled with the numbers 1 to 9.  Any straight row of 3 numbers must total 15. It is the traditional, ancient arrangement.

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  • Next, examine the periodic chart. Note the numerical vertical differences of the 1st row. It sets the pattern in motion. We will subtract successive differences of the higher atomic number from the lower as follows. Li(3)  – H(1) = 2.    Na(11)  – Li (3) = 8.   K(19) – Na (11) = 8.    R(37) – K(19)  = 18.   Cs(55) = R(37) = 55.    Fr(87) – Cs(55) = 32. The vertical differences in the numbers of protons are 2, 8, 8, 18, 18, 32. Note the first three: 2 + 8 + 8 = 18. Thus,the sum of the 1st three atomic number differences duplicates the difference between the 3rd and fourth rows. Thus. 18 =18.

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As I blogged about earlier, the traditional 3 x 3 number square is the stamping mill of the Universe. Various line segments duplicate the 2,8,18, and 32 numbers on the period chart. Look at the featured picture for this aspect. But let’s go one step further. The same number square structures the 5 regular polyhedrons. The 5 regular polyhedrons have a total of 3 types of regular polygons for faces:

  • #1, the tetrahedon has 4 triangles.
  • #3, the octahedron has 8 triangles.
  • #6, the icosahedron,  has 20 triangles.
  • Thus, 4 + 8 + 20 = 32.

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Next come the sum of the untrianglated figures.

  • The cube has 6 square faces.
  • The dodecahedron has 12 pentagonal faces.
  • Thus, 6 + 12 = 18.

Conclusion: The grid codes the periodic chart. It also codes the 5 regular polyhedrons.  Many of the thus far 410 blogs on DSOworks.com point this out. Professionally I am a piano player and composer.  Many blogs are also about music.  Posts are free to read and easy to access. Also, pardon my number mistake in the featured picture. It should be 56 – 38 = 18  in the 2nd vertical row.

 

Tick Tack Toe is the Method by Which Alchemists turned lead into Gold. Here's how:

Ticktacktoe to Understand the Periodic Chart?

Ticktacktoe to Understand the Periodic Chart? Today we’ll look at the game’s graph. In past blogs we have examined its numerical coding for the chart. This was done by a standard arrangement of numbers set into it.  It is popularly referred to as the 3 x 3 number square. The board, without the numbers, has nine boxes. Assign the value of “one”  to each box on its outside perimeter. The 4 sides of the perimeter then totals 12. In effect, that is “3” per side. 4 x 3 = 12.  (see feature picture).

Ticktacktoe anyone?
Simplifying the periodic chart to a ticktacktoe board

Ticktacktoe to the Rescue on the Above Complicated Picture

First lets look at what numerical sequences the chart uses.

  • Look at Group “1” first. The atomic numbers identify the element. They are the numbers at the top of each little box. The differences between the 1st four elements in group one are 2,8, and 8. That totals 18.
  • Then the differences between the next 3 elements in group one are 18 and 18. Then the next two elements have a difference of 32. The 1st row vertical is the prototype for the entire chart.
  • Conclusion: The two primary vertical differences of  its 18 groups are 18 and 32.

Now it’s time to play ticktacktoe

Again look at the featured picture at the top and the sides of its board.

  • Each one of the 4 sides of the square totals “3”. Each side has three little boxes per perimeter side.
  • Assigning the value of 3 to each side, the diagonal becomes (square root of 2)  X 3 = 4.242640…

You now should be asking,, “So where are the numbers 18 and 32 found on the vertical rows of the chart”?

  • Look at the diagonal. Go to your calculator and multiply the diagonal of 4.242640… by itself (square it). The product is 18.
  • Next, take the square root of 18 ( 4.242640…) and add to this figure the total of the shorter two sides that equal “3” each (total 6). We now  have 10.242640… The total then is 10.242640…
  • The square root of the above final figure of 10.242640…is 3.200…

The numerical figures of 18 and 32 are in the graph of the ticktacktoe. This board with the numbers one to nine, set in it so any row of three totals 15, is nothing less than the stamping mill of the Universe. This wisdom I received from the Oquaga Spirit. This female Indian spirit, of the Lennie Lenape tribe, resides on Oquaga Lake. Her book of poetry, corrected and updated, will be available soon. It is called The Oquaga Spirit Speaks. Although it’s been posted as a product, I am currently correcting its format. The poetry will have lots of beautiful pictures.  Please wait for a new blog that will announce the new edition.  Hopefully the new edition will be available soon. Here is a sample of her wisdom:

In Nature’s flurry is grace;
Never as frantic as man.
She calmly faces each day,
Unfolding by Divine plan.

 -excerpt from her poem, September Days