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Old 12-04-2009, 01:06 PM   #14
barbitone
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So if 2 and 5 are paired then so must these; 4-7, 1-1 and 8-8. The 4 and 7 do the same thing only in movements of x2 instead of x1.
2&5 went; 1,2,4,8,7,5 whereas 4&7 go; “1” skip 2, “4” skip 8, “7” skip 5 back to “1”. Multiples of 4 move clockwise and multiples of 7 move anti-clockwise. Division by 4 moves anti-clockwise as you would expect but something interesting happens when you divide by 7.



You get this repeating decimal, when dividing by 7, of the same 2 FNG’s (1,4,7s and 2,5,8s.) When you get to 7 it is back to 1. This sequence draws this pattern which is well known as the “Enneagram”;


But if you add these decimal numbers together you get all nines? So what’s going on?
If 7÷7 = 1, then the next would be to divide 8 by 7, but the same pattern continues from the beginning again.
So in this instance 8=1. (8+1=9)
8 and 1 are mirrors.
So what is the mirror of the number we are dividing by? “2”.




So look at division by 2 table and the decimal parity number for 8, it is “4”
Why did I choose 8? Because it is the mirror of 1, the number am trying to find for 1÷7.
So now I know 1÷7 = 0.142857 but those numbers all add up to 9? So I referred to the mirror table of 7s and looked at 8 because I am trying to find 1 which is its mirror. It was 4 so now I know that 0.142857 = 4
And so on...
You end up with; 4, 8, 3, 7, 2, 6
Which is moving by 4’s, o we’re back on track in terms of symmetry.
1&1 2&5 4&7 8&8
(But there is something different about sevens. They seem to act like a secondary 9!)


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