Foundations of Arithmetic


Breath. Here is the process: 1) The in-flow of fresh air from outside space into the lungs. This is Yin flow. 2) With lungs fully expanded, the body is satiated and nourished with essential life force. When the breathing action reaches its in-flow boundary (ie. its upper limit or boundary interaction with positive polarity), the flow of breathe passes transiently

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The Golden Ratio


What is Phi? Phi is a ratio of lengths which possesses many remarkable characteristics. The most telling unique feature of Phi is that if you add 1 to its value the result is Phi squared. Equally strange, if you subtract one from Phi the result is 1/Phi (ie. the reciprocal value of Phi). Said another way, add 1 to

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The Foundational Tables of Multiplication


Can numbers tell us about the structure of the universe? Perhaps they can. Within the internal structure of integers is embedded information that may shed some light. In what follows I will share some interesting, if generally overlooked, features of numbers and basic arithmetic. In 1202 AD, Fibonacci said: “These are the nine figures of the Indians: 9 8 7

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Analyzing the Growth of Form Through Dimension


About 15 years ago an idea struck me which has stayed with me to this day. It is the idea that the number of points needed for a coordinate system to allow the definition of form across a desired number of dimensions is given by “two to the power of d” where d is the number of dimensions you are

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Energy and Harmonics


What is energy? One intuitive way to think about the transference of energy is through the consideration of sound harmonics. As a musician, I have spent a large part of my life working with harmonics as music and therefore find the transference of energy through air as a convenient avenue for intuiting this line of research. Below is the harmonic

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Comparison of Numeric Polarity in Pyramids 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. In an earlier post, I have shown how numeric polarity operates according to the following principles: Note that the segment formed by 6 and 9 represents the negative pole and that the numbers 1, 7 and

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Numeric Magnetism and the Fundamentals of Primality


I have never forgotten the moment I first learned that there existed such a thing as primes numbers. That moment impressed me deeply. It was in my third grade year of elementary school and I vividly recall how my teacher explained to us that certain numbers can only be divided by themselves and one, adding with dramatic emphasis that the

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Numeric Fields of a Square Base Pyramid


I have been working to map the form of the square base pyramid to Vortex Mathematics through a process of analyzing the interactions of the pyramidal field lines. In doing this work, I have included Nelson’s mapping of the square base pyramid as shown below. It is interesting to find that the NW/SE diagonal of the pyramid has

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120 Point Vortex Coils


In an effort to maximize the amount of flux the vortex coil can produce, I have wound this series of coilds with 120 pointsin order to better maximize this aspect of coil design. I have worked with 3 different winding configurations. I refer to them as: 3MOD9 120 Point Winding 6MOD9 120 Point Winding 9MOD9 120 Point Winding I have

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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 the circles through one another, a mathematical singularity occurs and produces a monopolar interference pattern. In other words, it produces the predicted

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360 Vortex Coil Winding Series


After much experimentation, I have devised a way to wrap 360 winds on a small torrid surface. What I have done is to use 120 pins as a single first wind. Then use the initial winding as a guide for the second, winding always just to the right of it. This allows one to create a 360 point coil without

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36 Point Vortex Coil Windings


I have drawn up the winding pattern I have been using for a 36 point Vortex coil or Rodin coil as they have lately been called. The interesting thing about a Vortex Coil is that it generates a rotating magnetic field without any mechanical apparatus. If you have not built one of these yet, I urge you to give it

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