Creating space, finding shape...
Being that 2 points can be placed on any given planes, inwhich a line may be drawn as connect said points. When a 3rd point is introduced, you
now have a given geometric shape, the triangle. Then in a similar fashion, another point(4th) placed outside said triangle(regardless of plane), which
then results in a second triangle when connected.
Using shapes for identifying numbers...
Now present, these two combined triangles encompass two seperate sets of areas, or possibly two individualy defined planes. This pattern then
carries on throughout the creation, expansion, mass and/or volume, in all of that we know is real. All of which, results in an ability to denote
values towards amounts in relation to the whole, aka numbers... which then seemingly must include geometry.
Flawed reasoning, the devils advocate...
It could be argued that the addition of each point is the creation of numbers, for these points can be defined as existing independent of one
another, and observed seperately. Although this is not an approach that I agree with, considering that the key is, 'amounts in relation to the
whole'. It is the connecting and/or intersections of these points that support any notion of 'whole', for now it is a collective of 'space' that
brings forth shape and form.
Who or what is the origin through which biblical texts are derived...
The point of the previous is to reiterate the idea that the universe and/or 'god' communicates through not only geometry, but as well numbers.
The use of applied meaning towards numbers has been found present in multiple religions and cultures throughout history. Especially that of the OT AND
the NT. Moses and John especially... Although my opinion as to the claims of origin, and authorship of such are not held by many... the idea that
'God geometrizes' or that 'God' uses the 'language of numbers' does not conflict with a notion that suggests that a mans hand indeed wrote the
texts, and that the voice or word is indeed that of 'God's' when numbers are applied in such fashions as Gematria. A weird, round-a-about way of
putting it, being not the focus of thread... for a later time.
I've got some questions...
With this being said, every interaction, influence, and observation can be described using numbers. Being that the same progression of numbers applies
to all possible progressions and/or a given 'state' dependent on time.
Brings me to my first question...
Is it not possible that there is, and has been, a recognized 'story line' that also is a product of said progressions?
Then comes another question...
Can there be a philosophy developed in which aims to being the most conducive towards success, happiness and freedom for all, that is rooted and in
direct relation with the previously stated 'story line' created through numbers?
Is it possible that success, happiness, and terms of freedom are primarily subjective, and vary between individuals... and in knowing this, a
philosophy may be created in respect to said 'story line', that now acknowledges differences of opinions and positions, and aims to being the most
conducive towards personal and individual success in pursuits?
The reason I ask, is mostly to hear opinions as to plausibility, and secondly...
Which is the most appropriate, moral, and/or ethical of these two philosophies?
Which then leads to another question...
Being that numbers and geometry are so closely related, is it not possible for the same approach to be taken with geometric shapes?
Can a philosophy be created out of geometry? Not a philosophy that is then given a shape for means of symbolic meaning, but the opposite.
Which then brings about a very interesting line of questioning I've been pondering for a long time now. I feel as if I have already found the
answers, or developed a self truth as to the validity of these connections. Those being....
Why did just about every religious leader, or figure from antiquity practice forms of geometry and mathematics?
Is it possible that much of ancient philosophy(more or less Greek) was derived from geometry and numbers?
Some may write it off as coincidence, but there are far too many notable philosophers, critical thinkers, and religious figures throughout history
that studied geometry, mathematics and religion to suggest that there is not connection.
Which I then present the last of my questions...
Is it possible that... lets say... the Book Of Revelations, the numbers found throughout, along with symbolic references(non-numerical) can reflect an
undeniable truth, that is part of the previously mentioned 'Story Line'?
Although I personaly interpret this particular book to be more so rooted in astrology and that of a transition between Astrological Ages, one can not
deny the strength in use of numbers found in Revelations.
If there are any links that some of you know of that aim to answer any of these questions, I would appreciate your including them in your replies.
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my art hurdles over the clouds in dark purple
red mixes yellow and blue in sharp circles
paint splashes over your conscious like canvas
molecules rule unseen by deep glances
the music is rap, my favorite color is math
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we stay patient as we lay the foundation
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