Universal Math: A Series Created by John Hall

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“Disclaimer: These articles are created by John hall, our newest author on the site”

I’ve been in contact with a guy named Marko Rodin for a while. He discovered a number system using numerology that can be applied to all aspects of science and creation. Crazy thing is that it’s so simple that it makes things like calculus and algebra completely useless. I just wanted to share this with everyone to see what we can get out of it. Here’s a basic explanation of what he’s done…

0= spirit, nothingness
1-9= all of infinity, with 9 being the constant, or the container for the rest of the numbers… 9, being the highest integer, is representative of infinity at this basic level.

He’s dealing only with single digits, so this is where numerology would come in, for example: 179 would be 1+7+9=17=1+7=8… so 179 is reduced to the number 8.

The numbers reveal patterns and movement, so you could do a number scale going up or down

Ex. 1 , 2 , 3 , 4, 5 , 6, 7 , 8 , 9 , 10=1+0=1 , 11=1+1=2 , 12=1+2=3 and so on… Basically the pattern repeats itself over and over again in a cycle

You could do doubles… 2 , 4 , 6 , 8 , 10=1, 12=3 , 14=5 , 16=7 , 18=9… In other words… 2,4,6,8,1,3,5,7,9

Triples… 3 , 6 , 9 , 12=3 , 15=6 , 18=9… In other words… 3,6,9,3,6,9,3,6,9 repeating infinitely…

You can do this all the way up the scale of numbers and map out a set pattern for each integer on the number scale.

If you like what you’ve seen so far, you can check out his free ebook here

It goes more in depth with number graphs and explanations of things like universal geometry and vortexes and things like that… You’ll also see what Marko did artistically with the number system.

After noticing patterns in the numbers, I decided to see how far I could take them. Here’s a graph that I drew using this System

It displays a perfectly balanced, sustained system using numbers. I made it by doing an addition table first (blue graph) then by referencing the 4 boxes around each point and adding them to get the red graph. I put a zero at the upper left corner and the number 10 as the completion of the graph for a reason… it gets explained later in the articles, but first I wanted to represent the numbers in the most complete and perfect form that I can think of. I got the graph that you will see in the Universal Math 2 post.

 

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