I think I found a pattern and need your help.

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posted on Jan, 10 2013 @ 09:01 AM
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Hi,

i know nothing about math but i did a search for those numbers and found this: oeis.org...

the Digital root of 2n. it has your three number sequences in it
5, 7, (9), 2, 4
2, 4, (6), 8, 1
8, 1, (3), 5, 7

inbetween each of the 5 numbers above, a 3 6 or 9 appear as a gap.

I also noticed that there are 5 spaces in between the 3 6 and 9 in the sequence and a 3 6 or 9 appears every two digits. also there is an 8 digit gap between every number 3 or every 6 or 9.

whatever significance that means. what relation does 2 5 or 8 have with 3 6 or 9.

2 5 8 is one digit lower than 3 6 9 that cant be coincidence.
if you keep increasing the three numbers by one digit you get this reoccurring pattern

258
369
471
582
693
714
825
936
147
258
369

maybe someone smarter can understand this pattern or if it means anything at all.




posted on Jan, 10 2013 @ 09:13 AM
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not sure how I missed this,
always late



posted on Jan, 10 2013 @ 05:21 PM
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Originally posted by MrSpiderMonkey
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
 


coral castle aside what is your take on the number patterns? a quirk of nature or is there really something to the 3, 6 and 9?



Have you ever checked out the Vedic square, it is possibly the most ancient of all number codes and pretty much high-lights the 3-6-9 sequence. The more you look into the Vedic square the more you see and there are a lot of surprises.



posted on Mar, 12 2014 @ 09:45 PM
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I just heard that there are 153 decadence in the rosary said 15 times


1+5+3=9
1+5=6


9-6=3


153•15= 2295

2+2+9+5=18

1+8=9


I'm not quite sure what that means but I thought it was rather interesting. Please I'd love to hear comments. This topic is so interesting and amazing. I'm happy there are others like me!!!



posted on Mar, 12 2014 @ 11:35 PM
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258 369 471 582 693 714 825 936 147 258 369 maybe someone smarter can understand this pattern or if it means anything at all.

if you can extrapolate this into a geometric shape, it'll look a bit like a flowery star or hexagram
it is the nature of things to go around in circles for a while like this until we start spiraling inwards to the heart of the matter
if the universe left some kind of instruction manual laying around, this would be it



posted on Mar, 12 2014 @ 11:50 PM
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thenaturalist
Hi,

i know nothing about math but i did a search for those numbers and found this: oeis.org...

the Digital root of 2n. it has your three number sequences in it
5, 7, (9), 2, 4
2, 4, (6), 8, 1
8, 1, (3), 5, 7

inbetween each of the 5 numbers above, a 3 6 or 9 appear as a gap.

I also noticed that there are 5 spaces in between the 3 6 and 9 in the sequence and a 3 6 or 9 appears every two digits. also there is an 8 digit gap between every number 3 or every 6 or 9.

whatever significance that means. what relation does 2 5 or 8 have with 3 6 or 9.

2 5 8 is one digit lower than 3 6 9 that cant be coincidence.
if you keep increasing the three numbers by one digit you get this reoccurring pattern

258
369
471
582
693
714
825
936
147
258
369

maybe someone smarter can understand this pattern or if it means anything at all.





Don't know if it adds anything.....

Fibonacci sequence of 1,2,3,5,8

258 all Fibonacci
369 one Fibonacci
471 one Fibonacci
582 all Fibonacci
693 one Fibonacci
714 one Fibonacci
825 all Fibonacci
936 one Fibonacci
147 one Fibonacci
258 all Fibonacci
369 one Fibonacci



posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 12:24 AM
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3 is the process of learning.
Ex: one is the root... two is the process... three is the sum.

Literally:
Entered Apprentice...
Fellowcraft...
Master Mason...

EA = I came... I saw... I conquered.
FC = I know...
MM = I'll never forget.

6= the demise of that learning process...
The sum... The insufficiency... The recreation.

9= The completion of the learning process...
EA: The need to relate the process to another.
FC= the process is not the sum... but the sequence.
MM = let it be...

Cycle of learning. "What" is the question...

369 is the comedy of thought.

Funny if it involves lessons like circles, squares, and triangles.

3 to a circle notes a cycle of learning.
3 to a squares notes the mystery of equals.
3 to a triangle notes the mystery of thought.

6 and 9, however, don't lend a hand.





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