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# Reality is a dance of numbers

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posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 02:00 AM
Hi,long time lurker here
I have some discoveries that I would like to share and discuss here on ATS. Even though english is not my native language I'll try to explain what I know the best way I can.

Ok, what we have been thought in school about numbers and their properties is incomplete.

*Numbers just like everything that manifests in our reality have polar properties.
*There are two types of numbers . Emitters and Recievers.(1 and 0)
*completons are two numbers within a completion system that add up to make the completion.
*every completion system has diffrent geometry and property
*there are 3 kinds of binary cubitons(loop,shooter&catcher)
Cubiton-basic geometrical system of numbers
Binary cubiton- Growth/manifestation geometrical
system

Example-
For c@9(completion at 9) base 10
Emitters-1,3,5,7
Recievers-2,4,6,8
Completons-1and8,
2and7,
3and6,
4and5
Higher(base)completons -0and9
Binary cubiton- a 3d cube with nodes 1,2,4,8,7,5 on x,y and 3 and 6 on z axis and 9 in the origin

C@7/base8 and human vision
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7
Where 0 is black or absence of light
And 7 is white presence of all visible light
Binary cubiton- a 2d triangle with nodes 1,2,4 interchanchangable with R,G,B
1+2=3 R+G=Y
2+4=6 G+B=Cy
4+1=5 B+R=V
Now we have all the completons adding up to make 7
1and 6 (Red and Cyan)
2 and 5(Green and violet)
3 and 4(yellow and Blue)
0 and 7 (black and white)
(Note-when you invert a number or color you get its completon)

C@5 and the human body

I'll add alot more as the conversation goes

posted on Aug, 18 2020 @ 10:52 AM    edit on 18-8-2020 by Ahadu because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 19 2020 @ 07:32 AM    posted on Aug, 19 2020 @ 08:30 AM  When you connect all the numbers that are the same When you overlay all of the connections

posted on Aug, 20 2020 @ 12:13 AM Note-dont forget that a grid is a c@5 system
edit on 20-8-2020 by Ahadu because: (no reason given) Multiplication grid of C@P(base26)
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* there are two types of completion systems emitter and reciever
Difference- in Emitter Completion system the completons are one of each type of polarity
-In reciever system the completons are of the same polarity
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posted on Aug, 20 2020 @ 02:28 AM

I actually like turning visual colors into a base 8 representation. Though my mind wants blue to be #3, it only works if blue is #4. Cool coincidence anyway.

But the numbers/colors lining up fall apart when you expand past a sum greater than 7 because you're in base 8.

K= black = 0, 1K = 10, 2K = 20
R = red = 1, 1R = 11
G = green = 2, 1G = 12
Y = yellow = 3, 1Y = 13
B = blue = 4, 1B = 14
M = magenta = 5, 1M = 15
C = cyan = 6, 1C = 16
W = white = 7, 1W = 17

(Can't get spacing right, pretend it lines up)

+ K R G Y B M C W
K K R G Y B M C W
R R G Y B M C W 1K
G G Y B M C W 1K 1R
Y Y B M C W 1K 1R 1G
B B M C W 1K 1R 1G 1Y
M M C W 1K 1R 1G 1Y 1B
C C W 1K 1R 1G 1Y 1B 1M
W W 1K 1R 1G 1Y 1B 1M 1C

1 + 4 = 5 or Red + Blue = Magenta
2 + 4 = 6 or Green + Blue = Cyan
3 + 4 = 7 or Yellow + Blue = White
[(2 + 1) + 4 = 7 or (Red + Green) + Blue = White]

Then....

5 + 7 = 14 or Magenta + White = 1Blue
7 + 7 = 16 or White + White = 1cyan

As a diagram: The Base 26 one throws me off, for not being in typical hexadecimal style addition.

Here (Base 16 Multiplication table): Where you have [E + 9 = 1 or M + I = L] base 26 counting has [E + 9 = N, M + I = 1E]

With the Base 26 grid being diagonally striped like any other addition table. This because you still lens it though base 10.

The design in the grid is a result of repeating integers, no matter the base.

Still really cool stuff nonetheless. I am a fan of number patterns too.
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posted on Aug, 20 2020 @ 04:50 AM

Sorry, timed out.

The "patterns in fractions" is "patterns in fractions of prime numbers".

Example:

1/17 = 0.0588235294
2/17 = 0.1176470588
3/17 = 0.1764705882
4/17 = 0.2352941176

6/19 = 0.3157894736
7/19 = 0.3684210526
8/19 = 0.4210526316
9/19 = 0.4736842105

And you are on to something, you just took.some liberties with you base count tables:

Here is a correct Base 8 multiplication table color coded. Still a noticeable and symmetrical pattern, as it will always be in any number counting system used.

Correction

Where you have [E + 9 = 1 or M + I = L] base 26 counting has [E + 9 = N, M + I = 1E]

Where you have [E × 9 = 1 or M × I = L] base 26 counting has [E × 9 = 4M, M × I = F6]
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posted on Aug, 20 2020 @ 05:48 AM

I actually like turning visual colors into a base 8 representation. Though my mind wants blue to be #3, it only works if blue is #4. Cool coincidence anyway.

But the numbers/colors lining up fall apart when you expand past a sum greater than 7 because you're in base 8.

K= black = 0, 1K = 10, 2K = 20
R = red = 1, 1R = 11
G = green = 2, 1G = 12
Y = yellow = 3, 1Y = 13
B = blue = 4, 1B = 14
M = magenta = 5, 1M = 15
C = cyan = 6, 1C = 16
W = white = 7, 1W = 17

(Can't get spacing right, pretend it lines up)

+ K R G Y B M C W
K K R G Y B M C W
R R G Y B M C W 1K
G G Y B M C W 1K 1R
Y Y B M C W 1K 1R 1G
B B M C W 1K 1R 1G 1Y
M M C W 1K 1R 1G 1Y 1B
C C W 1K 1R 1G 1Y 1B 1M
W W 1K 1R 1G 1Y 1B 1M 1C

1 + 4 = 5 or Red + Blue = Magenta
2 + 4 = 6 or Green + Blue = Cyan
3 + 4 = 7 or Yellow + Blue = White
[(2 + 1) + 4 = 7 or (Red + Green) + Blue = White]

Then....

5 + 7 = 14 or Magenta + White = 1Blue
7 + 7 = 16 or White + White = 1cyan

As a diagram: The Base 26 one throws me off, for not being in typical hexadecimal style addition.

Here (Base 16 Multiplication table): Where you have [E + 9 = 1 or M + I = L] base 26 counting has [E + 9 = N, M + I = 1E]

With the Base 26 grid being diagonally striped like any other addition table. This because you still lens it though base 10.

The design in the grid is a result of repeating integers, no matter the base.

Still really cool stuff nonetheless. I am a fan of number patterns too.

You are awesome my friend 😀👍 but posted on Aug, 20 2020 @ 05:57 AM

Multiplication grids of completion systems Binary cubitons of completion systems edit on 20-8-2020 by Ahadu because: (no reason given)

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posted on Aug, 20 2020 @ 08:35 AM posted on Aug, 21 2020 @ 01:06 PM posted on Aug, 22 2020 @ 04:09 AM edit on 22-8-2020 by Ahadu because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 22 2020 @ 07:04 AM
C@5/base6  C@B/base12 edit on 22-8-2020 by Ahadu because: (no reason given) edit on 22-8-2020 by Ahadu because: (no reason given)

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Multiplication grid of C@a Multiplication grid of C@C edit on 22-8-2020 by Ahadu because: (no reason given)

posted on Aug, 22 2020 @ 09:03 AM

To smart for me.

Probobly to smart for most of us here.

Could you dumb it down ?

posted on Aug, 22 2020 @ 09:57 AM *Quarks can be interchanged with numbers in C@9/ base10 to better analyse the system.

*Where 9 will be represening the center/origin or the whole system.

*And the other numbers (one to eight)representing the elements/quarks/charges that make the whole.

*The binary cubiton/geometry of C@9 system is a 3d cube

*3 and 6 being the spin axis /proton and neutron
(other completons can also be the spin axis)
- Proton (1) is made up of 3 charges of quarks ,DUD
-Neutron (0) is made up of 3 charges of quarks ,UDU

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posted on Aug, 22 2020 @ 10:10 AM

originally posted by: scraedtosleep

To smart for me.

Probobly to smart for most of us here.

Could you dumb it down ?

Lol
Male and female are poles(emitter and receiver)
Completons are poles of the same species(eg. Humans)
Completion is like sex resulting in possible conception.
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posted on Aug, 22 2020 @ 12:34 PM

Okay, thank you.

I never got the hang of quick switching between bases.
I did learn binary and hexadecimal for computer programs but that's about it.

The only closed number systems that I have proficiency in is 12, based on the common clock.

posted on Aug, 24 2020 @ 03:37 AM
It's super easy once you get the hang of it.Btw The clock is C@C/base 13

posted on Aug, 24 2020 @ 04:18 AM

But the numbers/colors lining up fall apart when you expand past a sum greater than 7 because you're in base 8.

It works for C@9/base10 if you assign RGB to the completons 1and8, 2and7 and 4and5
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posted on Aug, 24 2020 @ 05:10 AM

C@5 and the human body edit on 24-8-2020 by Ahadu because: (no reason given)

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