NUMBER WISDOM for CyberPhilosophy

Visual proof of the Pythagorean theorem for th...

Who would have thought that numbers are such many-splendoured things?

Who would have guessed that numbers have

  • symbolic qualities that get interpreted philosophically
  • functional qualities that are used mathematically
    and, above all,
  • characteristics that play a structural role in 3D space:
    • the order of linear organisation,
    • the value of geometric measures,
    • and the growth in three dimensions
    • linear increase and augmentation
    • the cycles of natural growth
    • and growth in cyclical motion?

Who would have guessed such levels in Visual Maths:

  • the number function
  • geometric co-ordinates
  • arithmetic operations
  • and geometric measures for cyclical and spiral motion in space?

Conceptual mathematics
embrace philosophy and cosmology
on the basis and foundation of cosmic numbers:
basic, fundamental, essential –
the architects of life and light,
the keepers of order and rhythm,
the dynamo of perception
for eternity and infinity.

The mechanics of human inventions
do not have eternal life in them.

The dynamics and harmonics of cosmic life and light
are fundamental and essential,
eternal, continuous.

There is no break, hardly a quantum leap,
even each death is a continuation –
on another level of energy or vibration.

From philosophy to maths and back,
from numbers to calculations and retour,
and from man-made symbols to cosmos-created realities –
these are the journeys that we’d follow,
if we are to match
the idea of Number
with the rules of logic and mathematics
and the laws and principles of the Universe.

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2 thoughts on “NUMBER WISDOM for CyberPhilosophy

  1. nhspatient April 18, 2013 at 9:47 pm Reply

    Hi Sabine

    Have you heard of Peter Westbrook and his sacred music and maths? Your piece here reminded me to ask – If you like Temenos (where he has been published in the past) he will most likely be your cup of tea, as they say.

    Did you get my reply about “Thunderbolt of the Gods”? Any use?

    Best,

    M

    • Sabine Kurjo McNeill April 19, 2013 at 9:59 pm Reply

      Thanks and sorry, no to both questions. But I’ve never had a good memory.

      I just do things…

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