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# Comparison of Numeric Polarity with a Pyramid and Torus

alexThis evening I have been comparing the fields of numeric polarity in the Pyramid and the Torus. My work has yielded the following drawings.

Note that the segment formed by 6 and 9 represents the negative pole and that the numbers 1, 7 and 5, by being odd numbers and by their proximity to the negative pole are considered to be of negative polarity.

Note also that that the segment formed by 3 and 9 represents the positive pole and that the numbers 2, 4 and 8, by being even numbers and by their proximity to the positive pole are considered to be of positive polarity.

I believe that the negative polarity flows outward from the zero-point while the positive polarity flows inward to it. I think this is why we work mainly with

Here are how the negative numbers appear on the torus. You may notice that in all of the following drawings the numbers take on a kind of spiraling around the poles, a sort of “whirly-bird” action spinning along the walls of the vortex.

Here are how the negative numbers appear on the pyramid:

Here are how the positive numbers appear on the torus:

Here are how the positive numbers appear on the pyramid:

Here are how the nines appear on the torus:

Here are how the nines appear on the pyramid:

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