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Post by Kerstin Sat Sep 19, 2020 5:50 pm

The math of Universal Philosophy is the “Pythagorean Integers Mathematics”

Part 1

According to Pythagoras Philosophy only whole numbers matter in the structure of the Universe

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Everything else is just a replication.

Pythagoras was taught in the ancient City of Heliopolis.

Now look at it closely:

01 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

2 to 9 are the eight Pythagorean steps of a dimension.

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In the Philosophy of the Universe 0 (zero) comprises ALL & EVERYTHING.

Let us subject Integers to basic Arithmetics and see
if we can confirm this proposition.










Keep the results in mind…


1+2+3=6 3+6=9

1+2+3+4=10 6+10=16

1+2+3+4+5=15 10+15=25

1+2+3+4+5+6=21 15+21=36

1+2+3+4+5+6+7=28 21+28=49

1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8=36 28+36=64

1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9=45 36+45=81

1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10=55 45+55=100

3+6=9 ---------> 9=3x3

6+10=16 -----> 16=4x4

10+15=25 ----> 25=5x5

15+21=36 ----> 36=6x6

21+28=49 ----> 49=7x7

28+36=64 ----> 64=8x8

36+45=81 ----> 81=9x9

45+55=100 --> 100=10X10

The roots thereof are showing the template.

…now let us go across dimensions….

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We emerged into the regularity of the universe, by connecting philosophy and mathematics!

Compared with the Egyptians, the Greeks are childish mathematicians — Plato

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Post by Kerstin Mon Sep 21, 2020 4:01 pm

Before I continue with the "esoteric" Pythagorean Philosophy itself let's have a look at it's historical background.

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Pythagoras and the curse of the Pentagram

The pentagram also known as the Druids cross, Alpfoot, Nornen stapfe, Pentalpha, Pentangulum, Sanitatis Signum, Signum Pythagoricum, or surrounded by a circle, called the Pentacle - is one of the oldest and most widespread symbols of the magical world.

Hardly any other symbol is associated with so many popular fallacies as the pentagram. In many dictionaries it is stated that (popular belief) it was used to ward off witches. Apparently they equated protection from damaging spells with protection from magic channels (witches). This idea is quite bizarre.

If you are sensitized to see pentagons and five pointed stars, you will notice them at every turn: in flags and coats of arms, the insignia of the U.S. Air Force, in the Red Star as the symbol of socialism, in green as a symbol of Islam, in the logo of Chrysler, in the architecture of the "Pentagon," U.S. Department of Defense. Even the Church uses the five-star, particularly impressive to see in the many Gothic rose windows, such as the west window of Westminster Abbey in London.

The number 5 appears in the form of the the pentagon and the five-star quite often,  because it is one of the five principles of organic form-living nature. We have five fingers on one hand, all land vertebrates show this five-pointed structure. If you cut an apple crosswise through, you see a pentagon. Most flowers are five-star, as is the starfish. Natural pentagrams are found in five-petaled flowers, such as the lily or the grapevine.  Even spiderwebs and a snail housing represent the spiral structure on the pentagram.

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The apple and pentagram are symbols of Venus, which is in many cultures the first principle of the feminine. While Venus transgresses through the zodiac once every eight years, it's five conjunctions with the sun forms  a huge five-star in the sky. In ancient Babylon it was the sign of the goddess Ishtar, the equivalent of Aphrodite and Venus.

The pentagram is therefore inherent in nature and thus a widespread symbol in all ancient cultures throughout the ages, in fact, it is virtually everywhere.

Although the pentagram can be found in ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, with the Celts and in many other cultures, it is most likely due to the Pythagoreans that it was able to penetrate deeply into Western tradition.

The Pythagoreans

Every schoolchild knows the theorem of Pythagoras: a ² + b ² = c ².
However, this proposition has not been originated by Pythagoras nor by one of his students. Long before, Pharaohs architects discovered this fact and integrated the knowledge into their practical works. It was also described in Assyrian cuneiform texts dating from around 750 BC.

The founder of this "brotherhood", although women also belonged to the Order, Pythagoras of Samos (about 570 BC until about 496 BC) left no writings, so that it is not possible to distinguish which statements were his and which were made by his students. Even Plato and Aristotle spoke generally of "the Pythagoreans". All we can say for certain is that Pythagoras studied in the ancient city of Heliopolis. Today's equivalent would be studying at MIT.

The Pythagoreans were well known to be number mystics and number magicians, but not in the sense of Kabbalah. Pythagoras postulated that the integer number was the first cause (Arche) of all things. He is said to have discovered the principle by which the harmony of the tones of stringed instruments are characterized by their numerical relationships. The simpler the ratio, the more harmonious the interval. Bold and brilliant the Pythagoreans transferred this principle to all living beings and the entire existence. They collected geometric theorems such as the "Pythagorean Theorem" and found them not only in nature itself but also in some of it's cycles, especially in the course of the stars. The universe is a symphony, penetrated by diverse harmonies, full of the unheard but always noticeable music of the spheres.

"All finished, all acting, all participatory in human and divine first cause to guide the living is the power of the number ... without it, everything is unlimited, unknown and invisible. " cited Aristoteles the metaphysics of the Pythagoreans.

Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler and Newton were all "secret Pythagoreans," God was for them the supreme mathematician. Quantum mechanics may be regarded as music of the spheres of the atom, the theory of relativity is a "Pythagorism of unimaginable scale" (Einstein), and the modern super-string theory of elementary particle physics is amazingly close to the original ideas of Pythagoras.

Pythagoras' mystical philosophy is alive and fruitful - though most modern scientists and mathematicians deny vehemently that the study of geometry could bring a student closer to the "Unio Mystica" by studying the geometric figures' "magic effects" in nature.

The pentagram has amazing mathematical properties and is a treasure and a challenge to mathematicians alike. The distance from tip to tip cuts the Golden Ratio perfectly.

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Golden Ratio: EB: AE = AE: AB

The golden section is particularly well balanced between the extremes, between tension and relaxation and therefore considered to be the most important measure of beauty. With a little geometry and algebra one can calculate this golden ratio: it is 1 plus the square root of five divided by 2 - that's about 1.618. The point that divides the line in the golden ratio is hence 61.8 % of the total distance.

The center of the pentagram is a regular pentagon. All sides are equal and all interior angles equal, namely 108 °. The diagonals are equal in length and are divided in pairs in the golden ratio. The longer diagonal section is as long as one side: diagonal and side compare to one another and all the diagonals of the pentagon form a pentagram together again, two times smaller than the original and mirror-displayed.

The ideal of this "principle of beauty" had been implemented in the architecture of the Greek and Hellenistic antiquity. A good example is the Parthenon on the Acropolis of Athens (447-432 BC). The domes of Romanesque and especially the Gothic domes are certainly true pattern books of the Golden proportions. During the Renaissance it also became the standard measure for the painting arts: Leonardo da Vinci, Albrecht Dürer, Georges Seurat, Piet Mondrian are some of the artists who immortalized the golden sections in their works. Even the old book formats and the traditional formats of picture frames are Golden Rectangles. However, if one were to mention all areas in which the Golden Section occurs, we would also need to point at literature, music, medicine, and so much more.  

Hippasos, the son of Pythagoras, was the first to recognize the connection between the Golden Section and the pentagram. At least ten times this ratio can be found in it. Like no other symbol it shows that if all things are divine, we humans can recognize the divine. The Pythagoreans further concluded: A symbol that is so filled with divine harmony must have special powers and properties. Thus, the pentagram became a symbol of health (Latin Signum Sanitatis) and the brotherhood's most important symbol.

The dark side of the Pythagoreans

This had unexpected consequences - showing the ugly side of the Pythagoreans.

The golden ratio is in fact an irrational ratio
(in the mathematical sense, of course).

In mathematics, an irrational number is any real number which cannot be expressed as a fraction.

But Pythagoras was convinced that everything, absolutely everything in the world could be represented by whole numbers and that their correspondence to each other was expressed by rational numbers (integers). Sooner or later the Pythagoreans were forced to encounter irrational numbers in their study of the regular pentagon and the pentagram formed by the diagonals of the phenomenon of irrational numbers. Numbers, which were the antithesis of the original teaching of their Grandmaster, ironically exposed quite symbolically through their most cherished symbol of all: the pentagram.

Now it was so that the Pythagoreans were also one of the first Western "secret societies". The distinction between exoteric knowledge (generally accessible) and esoteric knowledge (reserved for the insider) leads back to the Pythagoreans. The result: they were so shocked by this discovery that they kept it as secret as possible from the general the public because it implicates that their "spiritual doctrine" was based on a false assumption.

According to an ancient story, one of the Pythagoreans did not comply with this agreement and spoke about it publicly in the marketplace for which his brothers kidnapped and killed him, only to keep "the secret" of their dilemma hidden from the underlings. Fortunately, still quite a bit of knowledge of these pentagram-brothers and sisters trickled down to secular mathematicians over the centuries.

Golden Section has the irrational number 1.61803398875 ..

The square of this value (= 2.618 ...) multiplied by 6 / 5 is a good approximation of Pi, also an irrational number and the constant can be calculated with the help of the perimeter and area of a circle when the diameter is known.

"Pi" is the Egyptian word for "holy", and is therefore should also be regarded as the "holy number".

The interesting part is that it was the the Pythagoreans themselves that introduced this number into the teachings of sacred geometry, including the common abbreviation p (derived from the Greek letter Π).

The ratio of 6 / 5 is really Pythagorean. It is the vibration ratio of two notes which form the interval of a minor third, the interval between the basic tones of related major and minor keys. Consequently, the pentagram with the golden ratio holds the key to the transformation of a rectangular area in square and circle by adding one size, which is quite intuitive, yet a highly precise statement about harmonious relationships.

The Roman writer Cicero, who lived at a time long after the Pythagoreans creative heydays, reported this:

When you try to discuss with the Pythagoreans and demanded one of them to justify one of their claims, they would always reply: "He himself said it.  With "himself" they pointed at Pythagoras. Clearly put, they had traded in their own ability to think and reason against the authority of the Grand Master. This clearly exposed their characteristics of a cult. Worse, the Pythagoreans of the inner circle who knew the secret of irrational numbers of the pentagram lied stubbornly to the public to uphold the image of their Great infallible master, still claiming that the world are solemnly described by whole numbers.

What a bad example and a lot of the esoteric and secret societies follow it still today.

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Post by Kerstin Thu Sep 24, 2020 8:21 pm

Imagine an infinitely extensive bluish surface. Now you imagine that there is a concentration in this area.

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This is how something comes about in the bluish surface. What's this? Do we know it in our life? What does this remind you of.. a ball? The point is at home in the two-dimensional world. The sphere is now the point in a three-dimensional world. But what does the point or the ball stand for in universal philosophy?

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The scheme for the first, second and third dimensions is carved into the floor of the temple. A kind of textbook in stone. Pay attention to the size ratio of areas 1 and 2. In order to bring about a point of concentration in the second dimension, the appearance of the first dimension must shrink!

A point is an appearance on a surface. A sphere is the more developed appearance in space. If the letter and therefore everything written is a form of the second dimension, then ...

... the sound is our letter in the third dimension. It starts from a position, a point and is heard everywhere in space. Think about what that means in the universe.

Goethe knew about it, which is why his texts in Faust are also musical notes. Play the letters a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h of his words on an instrument and you will be amazed.

Goethe smiled at the time when his Faust was presented to music in his honor! He was silent and kept the secret, because he had the faces of those who would be born later in front of his eyes when they would notice what was really going on with Faust.

What does the sound of the third dimension become in the fourth dimension?

Goethe knew the doctrine of Pythagoras and tried to implement it. He did it. The one who knew about divine mathematics was always represented with a ball in his hand. Here are some examples:

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Post by Kerstin Sun Sep 27, 2020 6:11 am

I wanted to write up all I knew about the ancient school of Mathematics and Universal Philosophy, but then my soul whispered to me "for what end"? What's it worth, in the end? Will it improve anyone's life, and if how so?"

I changed my mind. I am struggling for words so I let Wolfgang Smith explain the dilemma that anyone searching for truth earnestly will encounter at some point.. I hope you will enjoy this documentary and forgive me for not wanting to finish this series about Egyptian Mathematics as taught to Pythagoras in ancient Heliopolis before I have even really started to delve deeply into it. Wolfgang cheered me up at the right moment when calling it a "condemnation into a chronic state of Schizophrenia".

The end of quantum reality: Wolfgang Smith

Concerning the "lack of orbital motion" you may like to read this recent article as well:

Earth May Be the Center of Universe!

Sloan Digital Sky Survey and the Planck
satellite data confirm that the Copernican
model of the universe may be faulty

The non-geocentric model (Heliocentrism) of the Universe was proposed by the Pythagorean philosopher Philolaus, who taught that at the center of the Universe was a "central fire", around which the Earth, Sun, Moon and planets revolved in uniform circular motion.

I hope you now understand my decision not to replicate Pharaoh's Lies, no matter how old they are. It's a worthless deception instituted by psychopaths, back then as it is today perpetuated by Pharaoh's bloodlines.

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