# Comparison of Numeric Polarity with a Pyramid and Torus

This 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...

# On Numeric Magnetism and the Fundamentals of Primality

In my search over the decades for an explanation of the distribution of the primes and the true nature of numbers, I have come to see numbers not as mental abstractions representing the physical world, but rather...

# Numeric Field Interactions in Square-based Pyramid

Below is my analysis of a square pyramid in terms of Numeric Polarity Theory. Taking this study a step further, I have overlaid my pyramidal field line analysis over the numeric map with an 8 radial field. The...

# Relative Motion of Vectors Produces Fields

I have observed that the radials of two circles when in motion relative to one another produce optical interference patterns in the form of a dipole field. Even more interesting is that when you pass the centers of...

# 120 Point Vortex Coil

Rodin coils use 36 points. I thought to increase the density of 9MOD9 positions by inventing the Vortex Coil. Vortex Coils use a minimum of 120 points but can be built using any number of points higher than 120....

# 360 Point Vortex Coil using only 120 Guide Pins

After much experimentation, I have devised a way to wrap 360 winds on a small torrid surface. I have done this by using all 120 pins as a single first wind. Then I use the initial winding series as the guide for...

# 36 Point Rodin Coil Windings

I have drawn up the winding pattern I have been using for constructing Rodin coils. These coils appear to generate a rotating magnetic field without any mechanical apparatus. Below is the winding pattern for the...