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icon_post_target.gifby Iona » Thu Jan 01, 2015 5:59 am

What happens when we converge 7 with the 9-wheel?

Two full cycles; 7x2=14, 14x9=126

142857

285714

428571

571428

714285

857142

999999 <---7th term

1142856

1285713

1428570

1571427

1714284

1857141

1999998 <--- 14th term

2142855

2285712

2428569

2571426

2714283

2857140

2999997 <--- 21st term

3142854

3285711

3428568

3571425

3714282

3857139

3999996 <--- 28th term

4142853

4285710

4428567

4571424

4714281

4857138

4999995 <--- 35th term

5142852

5285709

5428566

5571423

5714280

5857137

5999994 <--- 42nd term

6142851

6285708

6428565

6571422

6714279

6857136

6999993 <--- 49th term

7142850

7285707

7428564

7571421

7714278

7857135

7999992 <--- 56th term

8142849

8285706

8428563

8571420

8714277

8857134

8999991 <--- 63rd term

9142848

9285705

9428562

9571419

9714276

9857133

9999990 <--- 70th term

10142847

10285704

10428561

10571418

10714275

10857132

10999989 <--- 77th term

11142846

11285703

11428560

11571417

11714274

11857131

11999988 <--- 84th term

12142845

12285702

12428559

12571416

12714273

12857130

12999987 <--- 91st term

13142844

13285701

13428558

13571415

13714272

13857129

13999986 <--- 98th term

14142843

14285700 <--- ( 100th term )

14428557

14571414

14714271

14857128

14999985 <--- 105th term

15142842

15285699

15428556

15571413

15714270

15857127

15999984 <--- 112th term

16142841

16285698

16428555

16571412

16714269

16857126

16999983 <--- 119th term

17142840

17285697

17428554

17571411

17714268

17857125

17999982 <--- 126th term

The 7th terms create the integers moving +1 on the left side and -1 on the right side.

Only the 7th terms, and continuing for some more terms,

999999

1999998

2999997

3999996

4999995

5999994

6999993

7999992

8999991

9999990

10999989

11999988

12999987

13999986

14999985

15999984

16999983

17999982

18999981 <--- 133rd term

19999980

20999979

21999978

22999977 <--- 161st term

23999976

24999975

25999974

26999973

27999972 <--- 196th term

Amazing... counting down on the right from 99, and counting up on the left from 9.

Not to mention the unbelievable gymnastics these numbers are doing to maintain their original 142857 form.. I went into this in my main mathematics topic, but for a brief refresher:

142857

285714

428571

571428

714285

857142

These hold their form and merely shift around to place the first terms in order.

999999

Term hitting on the 7; principle point of reconciliation between 7 and 9 (the 7-form breaks down, giving way to 9's only).

1142856

To break down these numbers from here on our, we must identify the core of the original structure first; in this case it is "14285", then we see there is a 1 in front and a 6 at the end.

1+6=7

Thus we add the front number to the end number, arriving at the original sequence, this number is "142857", the eight term is also the first original term.

1285713

Same operation here; 28571 is the core, 1+3=4 so this number is "285714", the ninth term here is also second original term.

1428570

Not sure what happens here. The 10th term is strange.

1571427

The core is 57142, and 1+7=8, so this is "571428"; the 11th term is also the 4th original term.

Now you see the pattern, and can figure out these others too.

1714284

1857141

1999998

2142855

2285712

2428569

2571426

2714283

2857140

2999997

3142854

3285711

3428568

3571425

To pick out a tricky one, look at "3428568"

The core is 4285, which means that two numbers have been changed.

Follow the rule, we add the first and last terms, 3+8=11

Now we have "4285611"

Now introduce a new rule, which will work in all such cases: that two-digit number at the end is split down the middle, first half adds to the preceding term, second half remains where it is.

So we get: 428571, this is the 3rd original term out of the 24th overall term.

Easier way is to just add 3+68 in the original number, to get 71 to complete it.

Another example with this rule,

4428567 is the 31st term

Identify the core: 4285

Add the front and end terms: 4+67=71

Now we have "428571"

Based on the splitting rule,

4+7=11, "4285611 is "428571"

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if they can build the pyramids with no machines. '

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Re: 142857

icon_post_target.gifby Iona » Thu Jan 01, 2015 6:12 am

To see how truly complex and unbreakable this number is, look at these further multiples.

11571417

Core is 5714.

11+17=28, thus we get "571428" again.

28428543

Core is 4285.

28+43=71, so we get "428571" to complete it.

A harder one,

713427858

There are two possible cores, 42 and 85. Let's try 42 first.

713+7858=8571 ....bingo.

We combine them and get "428571".

Can you even believe this? Utterly amazing. Now I am going to go way way up the chain and break down a huge one.

2134426437 <--- the 14941st term

The only possible core is 42.

Adding in from the edges inward,

2134+6437=8571

Bingo. It is "428571".

This number cannot be broken.

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if they can build the pyramids with no machines. '

--Toki Wright & Big Cats, Apex

'And this is what self-aware smiles that make for comedic detachment refer to still - it is always to contemplate the nonsensical. All good things were 'nonsensical'. No good thing fitted perfectly within what already existed before it. It became good because it changed the rest. ' --FC

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Re: 142857

icon_post_target.gifby Iona » Thu Jan 01, 2015 4:17 pm

I know now what that 10th term is doing. Every 10th term is merely taking the regular form and adding a 0 at the end. If the 10th term lands on a non-7th term then it will be a "142857" +0 at te end, if the 10th term lands on a 7th term then it will be a "999999" +0 at the end.

...

999999/8=124999.875

999999/7=142857

999999/6=166666.5

999999/5=199999.8

999999/4=249999.75

999999/3=333333

999999/2=499999.5

999999x142857=142856857143

'Because I can make reality from dreams

if they can build the pyramids with no machines. '

--Toki Wright & Big Cats, Apex

'And this is what self-aware smiles that make for comedic detachment refer to still - it is always to contemplate the nonsensical. All good things were 'nonsensical'. No good thing fitted perfectly within what already existed before it. It became good because it changed the rest. ' --FC

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Re: 142857

icon_post_target.gifby Fixed Cross » Thu Jan 01, 2015 5:35 pm

Amazing,

Marveling I ended up googling -

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/142857_%28number%29http://www.decisionsciencenews.com/2013 ... ng-142857/

Man has not been lazy, mathematics is perhaps truly the place where man is at his most manly, dignified, exalted, least debilitated. Here, philosophy can be at home and cause unadulterated beauty.

--

Primes are of course real in the sense of of a 'number of objects' - thus in as far as the numbers represent amounts. Thus we get a glimpse on the reality of the number seven.

I think that 7 is the first true prime.

1/3 = .33333 and 120.

1/5 = .2 and 72

Both are extremely well dividable, 1/5 even yields the golden ratio.

But 1/7 brings not ratio, but number. That is why it is prime, no will to be weird, no will to be -- it must be split up. Even light finds in 7 its breakdown.

1/7 is the unbreakable number. 142857 142857 142857 142857 142857 142857 142857 142857

I wonder which primes first form this number in sequence.

1 2 3 5 7 2 4 8 1 5 2 4 1 5 7 2 8 5 7 4 8 1 7 2 8 7 2 4 8 1 5 1 5 2 4 5 7 4 1 5 2 8 1 2 2 7 1 4 7 2 4 8 5 7 8 5 2 8 1 7 2 4 5 1 5 7 2 7 4 5 7 2 8 7 4 1 5 2 1 5 4 5 7 8 1 7 2 8 7 2 4

1 2 3 5 7 11 13 17 19 23 29 31 37 41 43 47 53 59 61 67 71 73 79 83 89 97 101 103 107 109 113

11329535961

Notice: 60 is the first 369 prime filler meat that appears in this sequence. It fits nicely that 60 is the combination of the 9 and the 10, being 6.66666 of 9 and 6 of 10, and .666666 of 360.

But I really wonder where the sequence of primes produces this number directly.

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Re: 142857

icon_post_target.gifby Fixed Cross » Thu Jan 01, 2015 6:42 pm

A look at some 'meat right off the prime' -- 369's squeezed in most snugly.

1 2 3 (5 7) (11 13) (17 19) 23 (29 31) 37 (41 43) 47 53 (59 61) 67 [(71 73) 79 83 89 97 (101 103) (107 109) 113 127 131 (137 139) (149 151) 157 163 167 173 (179 181) (191 193) (197 199) 211 223 (227 229) 233 (239 241) 251 257 263 (269 271) 277 (281 283) 293 307 (311 313) 317 331 337 (347 349) 353 359 367 373 379 383 389 397 401 409 (419 421) (431 433) 439 443 449 457 (461 463) 467 479 487 491 499 503 509 (521 523)

6 12 18 30 42 60 72 102 108 138 150 180 192 198 228 240 270 282 312 348 420 432 462 522

The differences:

6 6 12 12 18 12 30 6 30 12 30 12 6 30 12 30 12 30 36 72 30 48

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Re: 142857

icon_post_target.gifby Iona » Thu Jan 01, 2015 11:04 pm

499

49 is 7x7, 9 is 3x3

7x7x3x3=441

441-9=432

432 is 9x48, 48 is 8x6

'888888' x 9 = "432" , 432+9=441, 441+(7x7)=490, 490+9=499

499 is 'prime', yet contains plenty of divisions in itself.

The point is that it cannot be divided into "hard edged numbers", yet the fluidity within the number is great. 498 can be divided by 2, by 6, etc,. but 499 cannot be divided by anything, according to the prime system. Yet 498 and 499 can each break down in many ways as I noted above.

So given what we know now about numbers, what is the true meaning of "prime number"?

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Re: 142857

icon_post_target.gifby Iona » Fri Jan 02, 2015 6:27 pm

Fixed Cross wrote:A look at some 'meat right off the prime' -- 369's squeezed in most snugly.

1 2 3 (5 7) (11 13) (17 19) 23 (29 31) 37 (41 43) 47 53 (59 61) 67 [(71 73) 79 83 89 97 (101 103) (107 109) 113 127 131 (137 139) (149 151) 157 163 167 173 (179 181) (191 193) (197 199) 211 223 (227 229) 233 (239 241) 251 257 263 (269 271) 277 (281 283) 293 307 (311 313) 317 331 337 (347 349) 353 359 367 373 379 383 389 397 401 409 (419 421) (431 433) 439 443 449 457 (461 463) 467 479 487 491 499 503 509 (521 523)

6 12 18 30 42 60 72 102 108 138 150 180 192 198 228 240 270 282 312 348 420 432 462 522

The differences:

6 6 12 12 18 12 30 6 30 12 30 12 6 30 12 30 12 30 36 72 30 48

So these numbers are being regulated by 'spaces' determined in 3's, 6's and 9's.

Therefore we can think of the prime numbers as expressions of emergence from within an implicitly 9-based system, primes are instances where the system produces convergences in the medial spaces between these points. The prime numbers themselves, starting with 7 as you noted, indicate the beginning and end delimitation points in between which rest mutable 9's.

Hm... with this in mind I wonder if we can construct something really interesting here. Looking at those spaces themselves, we might try to group them up. In what quantities should we group them? Let's try building a magic square with them.

7 11 13 17 19 23 29 31 37 41 43 47 53 59 61

Spaces in between,

4 2 4 2 4 6 2 6 4 2 4 6 6 2

4 2 2

2 4 6

4 6 4

Because every prime must be an 'odd' number, numbers in between will be even.

A space of 4 means there is 1 number situated exactly in-between the primes on either side, with another distance of 1 situated between that middle number and its bordering numbers, like this

19 (21) 23

In between we have 19 20 (21) 22 23

42 rings the 21 within the larger guards of 19 and 23. We know that 19 and 23 are "end points" delimiting the medial space of fluid 9's. So let's see about this space directly,

20+21+22=63

6+3=9

6x3=18 (9)

63 is a 36 mirror , 6x6=36

63 is "six 3's"

333333 , 3+3 x 3+3 x 3+3 = 6x6x6 (three 6's) = 216

21 is 7x3, 6 is 2x3, that is "72"

Notice also how the "six 3's" and "three 6's" transpose into each other as above.

6+6 x 6 = 72

The investigation into the medial space bounded by these two primes 19 and 23 reveals a lot of interesting stuff. The primes are '4' distance apart meaning there is a distance of '3' between them (the three numbers 20, 21 and 22). The average of those three numbers is 21. We just saw "216" and "72", both are 9's.

Let's examine another medial space, I will choose something at random from a large list of prime numbers.

587 593

Distance between is '6'. That means there are 5 numbers hidden in-between which should constitute the fluid 9-space.

588 589 590 591 592

590 is ringed by 589 and 591, which is then further ringed by 588 and 592

That is 21 22 14 15 16 , or | 3 4 5 6 7 |

5 guarded by "1" and "1"

Together all that is "25", or 5+1+1=7

2+5=7

And 5x5=25 (7)

So this medial space is actually a 7 (another prime).

The last medial space was 63 (9), which is 9x7

7, as the first true prime, may be important.

Working with the original numbers here we get, 2950, 2+9+5=16, 1+6=7

Converging the numbers 2+0=2, 9+5=14 (5), "25" , 2+5=7 , also "214" (7)

Or we use the 0 mirror 2955 and get 2+5=7, 9+5=14 (5), "75" or "714"

7+5=12 (3), 7+1+4=12 (3)

75 is "7|14"

"714" is 7 and 7x2

2950/9=327.7777... or 3|27 and 7/9

27 is 3x9

That is also "12".777...

587 and 593 are also 20 and 17, the distance between which is 3, or

17-2=15 (6)

And

20-8=12 (3)

So the distance is a hard 7 (prime), but a fluid 3 and 6 (9).

Since these primes are set up guarding a medial space of five numbers rather than three numbers, perhaps this has to do with how the fluid 9's construct a hard 7.

Random primes I pulled, one pair with a 3-distance between and one pair with a 5-distance between.

883 887 (3 spaces in between)

991 997 (5 spaces in between)

884 885 886 is 21 (3) ringed by 20 and 22 , 2 3 4

2+3+4=9 , or 884+885+886=2655 which is "18" (9)

2655/9=295 (7)

This is really getting back to my former work with 2, 5 and 7. These numbers are a kind of self-repeating organic matrix.

Now we see that the 3-space, again, is a fluid 9. What about the 5-space?

992 993 994 995 996

That is 2 3 4 5 6

2+3+4+5+6=20 (2)

992+993+994+995+996=4970 which is "11" (2)

Ok I have a theory...

Primes ringing medial spaces of 3 guard fluid 9's, but primes ringing medial spaces of 5 are actually part of larger x3 patterns as 5x3=15 (6) or x9 patterns as 5x9=45 (9). These are two patterns going on under the primes... if we analyze a large set of them we might find these patterns under the numbers. This is going to take a while, but hey, I have nothing to do right now, so let's do it.

...

307 311 313 317 331 337 347 349 353

359 367 373 379 383 389 397 401 409

419 421 431 433 439 443 449 457 461

463 467 479 487 491 499

In terms of medial spaces, this is

3 1 3 17 5 9 1 3 5

7 5 5 3 5 7 3 7 9

1 9 1 5 3 5 7 3 1

3 11 7 3 7

Would you look at that... 3's but no 6's at all.

Every medial space is 'odd'. The 17 and 11 were especially surprising.

Keep in mind these are medial spaces we are interested in here. The idea is that the primes are 'guarding' these medial spaces which themselves constitute fluid 9's of some kind. The trick I think is to isolate a medial space and determine its center and the ring around that center.

[307] 308 309 310 [311]

309 (3) ringed by 308+310=618 (6)

[311] 312 [313]

6 with no ring.

[313] 314 315 316 [317]

9 ringed by 314+316=630 (9)

[317] 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 [331]

9 ringed by 318+319+320+321+322+323+325+326+327+328+329+330

9 ringed by 3888 which is 27 (9)

So far we are holding the pattern, if the center is 3 it is ringed by 6, if the center is 6 it has no ring, and if the center is 9 it is ringed by 9. Let's see if this holds.

[331] 332 333 334 335 336 [337]

1 ringed by 332+333+335+336=1336 (13)

Oh this is an interesting one. Prime numbers 331 and 337 (7 and 4) guard a core of 1 with a 13 ring.

[337] 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 [347]

9 ringed by 338+339+340+341+343+344+345+346=2736 =18 (9)

The rule holds here, 9 is ringed by 9.

[347] 348 [349]

348 is 3+4+8=15 (6)

6 with no ring. The rule holds again.

[349] 350 351 352 [353]

9 ringed by 350+352=702 (9) , the rule holds.

[353] 354 355 356 357 358 [359]

3+5+6=14 (5)

Before I calculate this ring I want to think about the pattern we are seeing here, to see if I can predict it.

We found 1 ringed by 13 (4), 3 ringed by 6, 6's with no ring, and 9' ringed by 9.

The even part of the fluid 9, which is 6, is unringed, meaning it does not need a "substance" gathered around it within the guards.. this might be a clue for us. If 6 is ringless then we see the primes are guarding a 6-space itself, meaning that "6" is the key. When a different number is being guarded as the core, a ring is constructed around that core. The purpose of the ring might be to insulate the number as a nest.

1+4=5

3+6=9

6+0=6

9+9=18

1 gathers a 4 around itself to create a 5-substance, 3 gathers a 6 around itself to create a 9-substance, 6 stands alone as 6, and 9 gathers another 9 around itself to create a 18-substance.

9 doubles, 3 triples, 1 quadruples (and 6 remains as it is)

1x4, 3x2, 9x1

Now we have a core of '5'. How could 5 fit into this pattern?

The only thing I can think of with that 1 (4) is that it is set in between two 9's ringed with 9's. The pattern 1 5 9 may be important here if we want to situate the 5 in all this.

We might theorize that the 5 will also exist within a 9 ringed with a 9, meaning that the next pair of primes 359 and 367 should be a 9 with a 9 ring; but what will 5 ring itself with? 1 rings itself with 13 (4), 1+4=5. So maybe 5 rings itself with 4, 5+4=9?

Let's try it out.

[353] 354 355 356 357 358 [359]

3+5+6=14 (5)

5 ringed by 354+355+357+358=1424 (11)

Oh, we have 5 with a 2-ring. That is interesting.

1 (13) and 5 (11)

1 constructs a 5-substance, 5 constructs a 7-substance.

We've seen previously that 1+4=5 and 2+5=7 are very important aspects of the numbers. I want to see if these patterns hold. So far there are no exceptions to how the cores in-between the prime guards work with their rings, so let's keep going.

[359] 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 [367]

3 ringed by 360+361+362+364+365+366=2178 (18) (9)

The pattern broke down, but we see something else interesting. 3 invoked 9 here. That is 12 (3) again.

So far:

1 rings itself with 4 (and 1 is also "5" as 1 is 9+1=10 which is 5x2, think about the number wheel and how 9 might split itself directly down the middle.. it can't, but with the addition of '1' it becomes "10" and splits directly down to 5.)

5 rings itself with 2

3 rings itself with 6 or 9

9 rings itself with 9

And 6 has no ring at all.

I'm skipping ahead to a few more ringless medial spaces, to see if the 6 rule holds.

[419] 420 [421]

6 with no ring.

[431] 432 [433]

Oh look here, we have a 9 with no ring! This 9 is guarded by "8" and "1", while the last ringless space 6 was guarded by "5" and "7".. before that we had two other ringless spaces 6 guarded by 5 and 7 both times!

All right, we have a new pattern to theorize about.

Prime guards of 9 can guard 9-cores with no ring, while prime guards of 5 and 7 (5+7=3) can guard 6-cores with no ring.

[461] 462 [463]

A ringless 3 guarded by 2 and 4 (6).

We have, in terms of ringless cores, 3's being guarded by 6's and 6's being guarded by 3's, and 9's being guarded by 9's. Fantastic!

...

I am going to try some predictive magic here, based on what I now theorize. Let's find some prime guards that match these configurations and predict what their medial space will do.

1607 1609

These I pulled out because they guard a ringless space, and these guards are 5 and 7. Remember last time we had this set-up? It was with these numbers,

[347] 348 [349]

Where a ringless 6 appears. So we will predict that another ringless 6 will appear in these new primes 1607 and 1609.

[1607] 1608 [1609]

1+6+8=15 (6), we were right.

Let's try another ringless prediction. 2711 2713 is "2 and 4", have we seen this yet? Yes, we saw it above with these numbers,

[461] 462 [463] , a ringless 3 guarded by 2 and 4 (6).

Let's predict these new primes I pulled (and have not analyzed yet) will give us a medial space of a ringless 3.

[2711] 2712 [2713]

2+7+1+2=12 (3)

Bingo.

'Because I can make reality from dreams

if they can build the pyramids with no machines. '

--Toki Wright & Big Cats, Apex

'And this is what self-aware smiles that make for comedic detachment refer to still - it is always to contemplate the nonsensical. All good things were 'nonsensical'. No good thing fitted perfectly within what already existed before it. It became good because it changed the rest. ' --FC

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Re: 142857

icon_post_target.gifby Iona » Fri Jan 02, 2015 10:14 pm

Continuing with some random Primes I pulled,

6599 6607 6619 6637 6653 6659 6661 6673

6679 6689 6691 6701 6703 6709 6719 6733 6737 6761

6763 6779 6781 6791 6793 6803

[6599] 6600 6601 6602 6603 6604 6605 6606 [6607]

6 ringed by 6600+6601+6602+6604+6605+6606=39618 <-- look at that.

The prime guardians in this case are "11" (2) and "19" (1). It looks like such minuscule guardians force that '6' to draw a massively fluid 9-ring around itself.

[6607] 6608 6609 6610 6611 6612 6613 6614 6615 6616 6617 6618 [6619]

7 inside a ring of 6608+6609+6610+6611+6612+6614+6615+6616+6617+6618=66130

66130 around 6613... wow. 7 and 7. I was wondering about that "7" being guarded here. Haven't seen that yet.

The guards in this case are "19" and "13", 1 and 4. 7+7=14

[6619] 6620 6621 6622 6623 6624 6625 6626 6627 6628 6629 6630 6631 6632 6633 6634 6635 6636 [6637]

4 with a ring of 6620+6621+6622+6623+6624+6625+6626+6627+6629+6630+6631+6632+6633+6634+6635+6636=106048 (19)

You know what I think is happening here.. these larger values require more substance between the guards. As the fluid 9's are necessarily larger the higher the numbers get. Primes are points of absolute divergence from the 9-order. They are "sentinels" between which values flow organically. Thus primes are a bit "unnatural" or rather like passageways between worlds.

I still need to do that analysis of multiple medial spaces together, but that will take some time.. if anyone wants to help.

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if they can build the pyramids with no machines. '

--Toki Wright & Big Cats, Apex

'And this is what self-aware smiles that make for comedic detachment refer to still - it is always to contemplate the nonsensical. All good things were 'nonsensical'. No good thing fitted perfectly within what already existed before it. It became good because it changed the rest. ' --FC

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Re: 142857

icon_post_target.gifby Fixed Cross » Sat Jan 03, 2015 1:58 am

This is amazing, this is a kind of field theory. What's happening... yeah the primes are indeed those beyond-existence vortex points, markers of 'flesh' the word keeps coming to me before I think about it, in which the fluid 9's are, looks like, the most plasmic form whereas the 7 is the most unyielding, which is why it appears in those 'deserts' --

But this would give "8" a supreme importance below the surface. 8 would be like the contingent operations director. Where 9 is the formal justification and 7 is the 'destroyer' that follows the perfect order of 6. 9 is extremely exalted, but it can never interfere. It always brings everything to a higher level of itself. 8 brings everything up one level and back one step. This is a very solid mechanism, as the expanse is measurable in two axes without having to use transformations. 1 up is 1 down, yet work is done. 8 is awesome, but works behind the scenes.

17_19 - 71 _73 107_109

These are some very fertile 9's.

18, 72, 108 -

I am guessing 7 points to "chaos" (and dancing stars) - "difference" and 8 to superior order - "repetition"... It's hard to be against 8. But he is truly the reverse of 1. He is the thing that allows for will to power-economy.

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Re: 142857

icon_post_target.gifby Fixed Cross » Sat Jan 03, 2015 3:02 am

8 primes

17 71

difference:

54

27 27!

17 + 27 = 44

71 - 27 = 44

44 = 8

e a r t h

Natural selection of self-selecting natures

before the light

au moins & en plus

Nature must war so that we can live.