Numbers

 

Below is a little simple painting of the system. I like it because its nice and simple and shows something like the right colours.  I’ve been dwelling on the powerful number accretions concerning 23 and 47. I’ve also been thinking that what we must remember when we forge these diagrammatic accretions is that there are more lines that extend outwards. 23 as breaking apart is symbolic of being any path that exits from the discrete system. I think there are 18 exterior links that can be made directly. Probably these need looking at.

2n+1 is interesting when we consider no whole starting point but rather -as in the law of 5s- take 5 or even .5 as the starting point. A half is the beginning? For 2n+1 it must be.

Look:

0.5*2+1=2

2*2+1=5

5*2+1=11

11*2+1=23

23*2+1=47

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Today is a Death day.

Wear Lilac, Gorse, Laburnum and Herb Robert.

 

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The Sequence of Addition and Subtraction.

The sequence of addition follows from the truth that in base 10 and cross addition, the addition of a 9 is always the addition of nothing at all. This points to the essence of the mind being empty (the sphere of mercury is given this number) and the weightlessness of information.  Mind in this way is similarly the greatest and least. If we add 15+63 we get (78)+ is (15)+ is 6 i.e. the 15 was untransformed by the addition.

The other numbers of course transform when added to another. The below lays out a map out how these transformations occur.

The key to the transformation of addition is that when a integer is added to an integer (and cross added) it accords to the following.

Added number              Effect

9                                  0

8                                  -1

7                                  -2

6                                  -3

5                                  -4

4                                  -5

3                                  -6

2                                  -7

1                                  -8

Thus 23+47= 23-7 (because 47=2 and 2=-7), which gives (16)+=7.

Which is the same as 23+47=(70)+=7

If we worry that if we reduced them all we would end up with a minus number which will ruin the pattern, we should not worry, for 5-7 (2 transformed) gives us -2 and in the key -2=7. So if we run into negatives we can simply transform them back to positives to see the consistency.

This solves the problem of noting the transformation of small numbers.

1+5=1-4=-3=6.

Of course we can see that 1+5=6 readily but the point is that it looks initially like the system only works with bigger numbers e.g. 143+58, so transform the (58)+=(13)+=4=-5, 143-5=(138)+=3.

In cross addition then addition is always a negation or non effect.

Conversely subtraction is an addition (in cross addition). The key is thus:

Subtracted number        Effect

9                                  0

8                                  +1

7                                  +2

6                                  +3

5                                  +4

4                                  +5

3                                  +6

2                                  +7

1                                  +8

What is left open here is the possibility of cross subtraction as number combination which raises again the elemental means of combining the numbers. (23)- is of course -1, (23)/ is .6666 etc (23)* is 6 and (23)+ is 5. Why do we always privilege the latter? The accretion tells us  that (the earth mode of addition) this is the correct way to reveal these insights, but it is a an unwarranted privileging.