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Originally posted by Flux8
And based on his writings I really don't think the flywheel in his tower was his best device/prototype. I think that his 'sweet sixteen' was a smaller, more powerful, portable 16 phase generator, and I'm pretty sure I know what he did, how it would look, and how it functions.
I was having my late java and waiting for the universe to give me a clue (A special little bond I have with those little waves), and something hit me. The number 144 is a sacred number in many ancient teachings. The number 9 as well. The 3, 6, or two opposing forces leads to the 9 Center axis. So, I started to think about the Vedic Mathematics and why the number 9 is so important. The universe began to download (Sorry about the I-NET Terminology) some answers into this brain of mine.
All matter bends around the number 9 or the center axis.
The 3,6, are the two opposing forces that creates and destroy all things in the universe. (I had to edit this, Energy can't be created or destroyed, it existed from the beginning and will so until the end. It's the Alpha and Omega, so I would have to say the 3 and the 6 slows down or speeds up energy instead of creating it and destroying it.).
The 144 divided by 3 is 48.
The 144 divided by 6 is 24.
The 144 divided by 9 is 16!
Could ED's Sweet sixteen be the 144 divided into the Omnipresent, The All Thinking, CENTER, The number 9?
The 6 creates the 12 Males (Positives) and the 12 Females (Negatives) in the 360 degree spaced by 15 degrees.
The 3 creates the (2) Rings (48 Electromagnets) resonating against each other (Ring Twice). (2) Rings of Solenoid Electromagnets powered by voltage to created the opposing force of repulsion or attraction towards the center axis (9).
Originally posted by helpmefindtheway
I thought the sweet sixteen reference was mathemetical, not referring to an actual object? I read this on the code144 board.
... Also, if the flywheel holds water, do you think cymatics plays an important role with respect to the bell? (Ring twice). Do you think it is used for vibration to charge the water?