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Numbers, the Building Blocks of the Universe

Numbers are the building blocks of the universe. Some numbers are special in creating the universe, and these I refer to as canonical numbers. There is a pattern, of threes and twos. First you multiply by three, then you start doubling. These sets of numbers are what I’m referring to. 3^1, 3^2, 3^3, and 3^4. The pattern may continue, and I have reason to suspect it does. I have not researched that far however.

We will start with 3^1. 3^1=3, then start doubling. So the numbers we get are: 3, 6, 12, 24, 48, and so on.

3^2=3×3=9 9×2=18, so the series is 9, 18, 36, 72, 144, 288, etc.

For 3^3 we get 27, 54, 108, 216, 432, 864, 1728.

For 3^4 we get 81, 162, 324, 648, 1269, 2592, 5184.

There are other patters as well, still with the threes and twos.

For instance, if you keep doubling 33 and 99, you get another series of canonical numbers.

33, 66, 132, 264, 528

99, 198, 396, 792, 1584, 3168

You can start to see a pattern. You can find these numbers in the solar system as “ideal” numbers.

Moon radius is 1080 miles

Moon diameter is 2160 miles

Earth diameter is 7920 miles

Sun radius is 432,000 miles

Sun diameter is 864, 000 miles

You can find these numbers in the Precession, 72, 2160, 6480, 12690, 25920.

You can find these numbers in geometry. In pentagons, pentagrams, hexagons, squares, triangles, and the Platonic Solids.

It has to do with the interplay between 2’s and 3’s. At a more complex level, it gives rise to the interplay between 5 and 6, which I have already done a post on.

3+2=5

3×2=6

And then, 5=6=11

11×3=33

3:11 is the Moon Earth ratio.

It is all a play of numbers.

What do you think?

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