a reply to: reachingnirvana
1, 2, 3
1 is shorthand for the radius of a circle. Arrow on top is the centre. Line on the bottom represents the outside of the circle. It represents the
centre or nucleus. The "one"
2 is shorthand for the outside, opposing force of a circle. A golden ratio curve, opening up to a line representing its reversal point. This is
literally "TO". The return, in reflection or opposition to self, or the "one"
3 is the meeting of 1, to the other, 2. Like two opposing forces finding a centre of balance in between them. Resonance. The symbol is literally a
curve inwards, meeting a curve outwards
One, Two, Three = Un, To, The
The most famous depiction of this is the Om symbol
The semi-circle and dot on the top of the Om, represents the radius and nucleus of a circle. Exactly the same as the 1
The curve on the lower right, is the same as the number 2. Representing the outside forces reflecting or opposite to the nucleus one .The oculus
The lower left is literally the number 3
The Muslims draw this as a star (nucleus, 1) and crescent moon (oculus, 2) in balance with each other (3)
The Christians have a lopsided crossing
The Jews have two opposing force triangles, combining to make a balanced star. 1, 2, 3, yet again
They all represent the
Mind - 1
World - 2
Body - 3
Father, Son/Sun, Holy Spirit
It is all possessive when you break it down
The best translation for the numbers is "Un, To, The"
If you look at what these words mean, you will see how they apply in possessive sense to the numbers themselves, not only the symbols. But they also
apply to things like physics
Un, is the one. The origin of something
To, is the secondary. One relative to another
The, is a definitive article, that is also defined as the article itself. Or more specifically. The point in between the two
I'll give you a hint on the rest of the numbers. But I won't give you the answers directly
It is important to see them develop on your own, if you want to truly understand them
If you look at 4, it appears to be defining the centre point of some type of crossing. With lines on one particular side of it highlighting a
particular aspect of that centering. Why is it defining a centre of something?
If you look at the number 5, it appears to be defining the outside of a circle, relative to two lines defining the outside angle of that circle. Why
is it defining the outside of something?
Another clue I will give you, is that the symbols 4 and 5, when combined are literally a pentagram
Take the top two lines off the top of the symbol for the number 5, and add them to the number 4. What do you get?
It completes a star/pentagram
If you then add the crescent circle around that star, what symbol do you have?
Why does 6 curve inwards to centre? What does it have in common with carbon? How do Saturn, Satan, Six, all relate in meaning?
Why does 9 curve outwards from centre?
Why did people traditionally draw a 7 with a line across the middle? What was it crossing? And why?
What is the symbol 8, relative to Oxygen? What would it be possessively?
There are very specific meanings for the possessive of numbers
They are all directly connect with physics, religion, everything
They don't just relate to them all. They bridge them all
I'll make it a little clearer still for you
If 1, 2 and 3, are symbols that give a sense of perspective from centre of self? Then what would 4 and 5 be? What is the next logical step outside of
What would 6 mean then? When it reverses to turn inwards upon itself/I?
When you understand what the possessive of the numbers are
You can then start working on what the symbols for the letters mean
These all relate to aspects of relationship between things. Aspects outside of the direct perspective of self, or another
"A" is the connection between two objects as they relate to each other. Which is why you have two lines, with a "bridge" between them
The lower case (unbalanced, or dominant) version of this, there is something, represented by a enclosed circle, with a defining line to one side of
it. Meaning that it is something possessed in direct relationship to it's opposite
All versions of the letter "A", in all alphabets, represent the same thing. Try them
B is a binary. Two equal content enclosed circles, joined by a common line. But it is not polarised, or opposite in any way. They are two equal parts
Lower case (unbalanced, or dominant) version of this, they are uneven parts, bound together
The lowercase binary "b" symbol, can literally be broken down in a 1 and 0, if you are so inclined
All the symbols work this way
You'll know when you are right, because they will work with everything you apply them to, that is relative to the symbol and it's meaning
The only letter symbols that can be applied to a form of "possessive tense" are the vowels (a, e, I, o, u)
These are usually only the lower case versions of the letters. Except for the letter "I", which works in reverse, because of the bridging of self
a, refers to the origin possessive. Usually the person writing
e, refers to the external possessive. Another. Or the person being written to
Once you understand the symbols and their meanings
You can start applying this understanding to how the words themselves are formed, relative to the accepted meanings of the words
"I", the centre of a sphere. Not in axis. Perfectly stable
Then look at "it". How does this relate? Think about the meaning of the word, compared to "I" and what the forming of the letters suggest
How does "it" differ to "I", and what does the letter "t" suggest?
Once you do this, you can start correcting translations in other languages. Without knowing how to speak or read those languages
Within things such as the Bible, you can take the accepted translations of words in Hebrew and Greek, and correct them to get a much closer
translation of the words true meaning
But you won't need to
Once you understand the roots of the language and numbers, the texts are supplemental
It wires your brain in such a way to supersede the texts
You can then apply your understanding of the forming of symbols, to things like Cuneiform
You'll also start to understand things like Egyptian hieroglyphs
Then you'll start seeing correlations between what they are all teaching
It is a very, very deep rabbit hole, as I told you
Your brain will feel like it is going to explode, while you re-wire it to see these things. You need be prepared
Once you understand the meanings behind the symbols, you will start seeing "coding" in everything you do
You'll see hidden messages in everything you read, everywhere you go
It will overload your brain at first
When you understand the root meanings of parts of words, as they exist across many languages, not just one, you will start to see the phonetic
dissonance across the spoken languages
So you'll start opening a phonetic variance across them. Which you'll see works (but is impossible to explain to most people)
You'll start looking at the words in their meanings. Forwards and backwards. Like with "Live" being "eviL" backwards
Then you will notice varying degrees of opposites in words you reverse
"See" becomes "eeS" (Eyes)
You'll understand that there is not just one opposite to any given word or understanding. There are degrees of opposite. "Possessive" degrees (to give
you a hint, how they relate to numbers)
edit on 28 10 21 by Compendium because: Fixed words and spelling