Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Are prime numbers the building blocks of reality?

Anthony Morris at New Understandings thinks so, and he offers compelling arguments in his introductory video on the numerical universe.

Here is a graphic from his introductory video, and it is truly amazing:

I ran into Anthony Morris’ video after looking at Bo Constantinsen's What music really is website where Bo explains his classification of numbers, which is fascinating.  As he explains there are 3 types of numbers: Primary(1), Secondary(2), and Tertiary(3). The pattern repeats 1-2-3, 2-1-3 as Bo illustrates with his beautiful graphics that are simple and direct and easy to understand.  

When you see his classification you can more readily understand Anthony’s graphic above. What is truly amazing in Anthony’s graphic is that all of the prime numbers come from the 1,4,7 and the 2,5,8 family groups. Prime numbers are the building blocks because they are stable, being only divisible by 1 or themselves or by another prime. Using mod 9 arithmetic you can break down each prime number into either a number from the 1,4,7 group or the 2,5,8 group.  And of course there is a great explanation of the numbers 1 through 9 in the Number Nine Code.

And so what does all this have to do with twin flames? My theory is that twin flames are God’s technology for creating all things; they are at the heart of creation, and creation expresses itself mathematically.  A fundamental expression of twin flames, in my opinion, is the Star of David that is at the core of the torus, at the core of vortex based mathematics

William Moore, The Heart Chasers

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