# Want your fucking mind blown?

Zykanthos (@chodebalm) 4 years, 11 months ago

Okay, this is going to be a lengthy post, but stay with me. If at any point you start to get confused, go back, slow down, take your time and digest the information again.

The number 9 is the last number in a “base 10” system (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9).

What’s so special about the number 9?

http://i.imgur.com/O6MHP64.jpg

Why are there 360º in a circle? Do you think it’s arbitrary?

360º

(3+6+0 = 9)

http://i.imgur.com/Br6QGtJ.jpg

1+8+0 = 9

Okay, now do the math for yourself:

http://i.imgur.com/SKycMib.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/G8k1teu.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/LoeVCb9.jpg
(2+2+5 = 9)

This pattern continues when bisecting a circle. The resulting angle always reduces to 9.
Is there a divine code embedded into our number system?

How about the sum of angles in polygons?

http://i.imgur.com/BXelt7r.jpg
There are 3 angles here. The angles are 60º.

3×60º = 180º
(1+8 = 9)

http://i.imgur.com/RzDw4yy.jpg
4 angles. 4×90 = 360. (3+6+0 = 9)

http://i.imgur.com/mjwwqxQ.jpg
What about a pentagon? 5 angles times 108º = 540. (5+4+0 = 9)

http://i.imgur.com/orhgbhb.jpg
6 sides? You bet. 6 times 120 = 720. (7+2+0 = 9)

This works for polygons with 7, 8, 9, and 10 sides as well. You get the point.

Right now you might be saying, “Okay, that’s cool. But so what?”

You saw that when we bisect a circle, the resulting angle always reduces to 9. This can go on infinitely or until it reaches a singularity. Conversely, the polygons illustrated the exact opposite:

http://i.imgur.com/E1IWJKl.jpg

Their vectors communicate an outward divergence. The 9 reveals a linear duality – it is both the singularity and the vacuum.

9 models “everything” and “nothing” simultaneously. What does that mean?

The sum of all digits excluding 9 is 36. (1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8 = 36). (3+6 = 9).

Paradoxically, 9 plus any digit in our base 10 number system returns the digit you’re adding to 9. Examples:

9+5 = 14 (1+4 = 5).
9+2 = 11 (1+1 = 2).
9+7 = 16 (1+6 = 7)
9+4 = 13 (1+3 = 4)

So 9 literally equals all the digits (36), and nothing (0).

Remember? 360º.

How about the number 9 in the Fibonacci Series?

http://i.imgur.com/udW7WyD.gif

Here are the first 12 numbers in the Fibonacci Sequence:

1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144.

144 is the square root of its location in the series (12th), and the first in the series with a “digital root” of 9. (1+4+4 = 9).

Okay great. Now let’s find the next “digital root” of 9. Here are the next 12 numbers in the Fibonacci Sequence:

233, 377, 610, 987, 1597, 2584, 4181, 6765, 10946, 17711, 28657, 46368.

Again we find it in the 12th number in the sequence (46368). 4+6+3+6+8 = 27.
2+7 = 9.

This goes on infinitely, just like the Fibonacci Sequence does.

The “9 code” is everywhere for us to see. The number 9 also seems to govern time:

– A woman’s gestation period is 9 months.
– The earth is tilted at a 23.4 degree axis. 2+3+4 = 9.
– There are 1,440 minutes in a day. 1+4+4+0 = 9.
– 86,400 seconds in a day. 8+6+4+0+0 = 18. 1+8 = 9.
– 10,080 minutes in a week.
– 525,600 minutes in a year. 5+2+5+6+0+0 = 18. 1+8 = 9.

Minutes and seconds in a day, week, year, will always reduce to 9. Even during a leap year, it will still reduce to 9. (527,040 minutes in a year during a leap year. Go ahead and do the math. It reduces to 9).

The number 9 seems to be existent and non-existent at the same time. It cancels itself out. Using the “digital root” method, you can’t distinguish between a 9 and a 0. What do I mean by this? Here:

As you can see, the sum of the digits of a number is called its “digital root.” Example: 458 (4+5+8 = 17. Reduce it further. Take 1+7. That equals 8. 8 is the digital root).

Example 2:

3954 = 3+9+5+4 = 21

2+1 = 3.

But here’s the trick: the important thing to know about digit sums is that you can remove any nines or any combination of numbers that add up to nine while you’re summing up your numbers. So let’s go back to the number we just used:

3954 = 3+5+9+4

You can arrive at the digit sum much faster if you drop out the 9 and the “5+4” that adds up to 9, and you’ll get the sum of 3 directly.

In other words, nines and numbers that add up to nine….they just disappear. You can treat them as zeros and you’ll arrive at the end result much faster. Try it for yourself on a random number. Go ahead.

Numbers are alive and they govern the universe and help create reality, form, and symmetry. Numbers are the bots moving in and out of reality, alive and thinking, forming, giving thought to, creating events and ideas.

Pythagoras was right when he said, “All is number.”

I’ve posted threads on HE before regarding singularities and the universe. If the universe is a singularity, which I believe it is, then it can be represented by numbers. A singularity exists and yet doesn’t exist at the same time. It has no size, and yet its size is infinite. It is everything and it is nothing, just as the circles illustrated at the beginning of the post, just as the numbers 9 and 0 illustrate in their relation to one another. They are everything and they are nothing.

Take this information as you wish. I’m not saying this is truth. I’m not saying it isn’t. I’m simply presenting the information to you because I think there is significance to it, and if nothing else, it’s extremely fascinating. I’ll leave you with one final thought:

What if (just play with this thought here)….what if….in order for life to exist on a planet, its orbit must be like the orbit of Earth? In other words, the numbers have to work out to 9 like we talked about above regarding minutes in a day, week, year, etc. What if these are the prime conditions for life to exist? We already know life exists on Earth because the distance from the sun is perfect for habitable conditions such as a breathable atmosphere, for water to exist, etc. So can life only be found on planets whose math works out the same way as ours? Just a thought. :)

By the way, this was taken from a video called Ancient Knowledge. There is more in the video if you wish to watch it. Here’s the link for you: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZG4dRUOWwtg

June 26, 2013 at 10:11 pm
Filip (2,819)M (@filipek) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

Interesting. But not surprising, because math is very logical and in math everything makes sense. I agree with the Universe being a singularity. I also believe that the Universe is infinitely big and infinitely small at the same time. The end is the beginning.

Regarding the 9, I just wonder whether it is like this because of how we created language, or whether it would be a ‘9’ is well if our language would be different. There must be a common number like that no matter the language I guess.

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Pretzilstix (51) (@Pretzilstix) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

Yes, but will it blend?

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Zykanthos (4,758)M (@chodebalm) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@filipek, “Math is very logical and in math everything makes sense.”

But that’s just it! That’s what’s so incredibly fascinating about it! It works so perfectly! Have you ever wondered what numbers are? Why do they work so perfectly?

I mean really…what are numbers? Are they real? Why does math work the way it does? What is math?

The universe is math. It’s amazing how it all works together. It really makes you wonder about intelligent design. I happen to believe the universe (consciousness) created itself, but also believe that non-existence is not possible. In other words, I believe something has to exist, because “nothing” can’t exist. But in order for consciousness to experience itself, it needed a framework, and that framework is math.

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Filip (2,819)M (@filipek) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@chodebalm, Counter question: is everything in the Universe logical because we created math and therefore we made the rules of what logic is, or is everything in the Universe logical and therefore it was inevitable that math would be logically created as it is?

It all is amazing and fascinating for sure!

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MonkeyZazu (1,866)M (@monkeyzazu) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@chodebalm, This was fairly simple, but my mind still got blown. Calculus is gonna be so fun…..

@pretzilstix, Funny :) Haven’t seen that guy in ages.

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yoinkie (1,498)C (@yoinkie) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

I love numbers and math simply because its so closely related to the universe on every level. I has quite a long obsession with Pi.

You dont have to be in love with math to see why the human race has been obsessed with Pi(3.14) for over 4,000 years. The ancient babylonians are believed to be the first to find the known value of Pi in 2000 BC. Key words, “believed to be”. Lets first take a step back and look at the Great Pyramid in Egypt. Mystery has always surrounded the Pyramids; who built them and how they built them. If the circumference of the Pyramid is divided by twice its height, the result is 3.14159, which happens to be Pi correct to the 6th digit. Pi also shows up in numerous other construction aspects of the Great Pyramid, all accurate to the 6th decimal place. What makes this so fascinating? The great Pyramids were built 4,600 years ago; Scientists have dubbed it impossible for ancient Egyptians to have the technology or knowledge of geometry to calculate these dimensions past the 2nd decimal place of Pi. They simply could not have done it. Yet, they did. MORE Pi!- Pi occurs in hundreds of equations in many sciences including those describing the DNA double helix, a rainbow, ripples spreading from where a raindrop fell into water, superstrings, general relativity. etc.- Pi is an irrational number, meaning its digits go on forever in a completely random sequence, and absolutely no pattern whatsoever. BUT check this out: The first million decimal places of pi consist of 99,959 zeros, 99,581s, 100,026 2s, 100,229 3s, 100,230 4s, 100,359 5s, 99,548 6s, 99,800 7s, 99,985 8s, and 100,106 9s…. a difference of less than 600. If you take Pi to the 6 billionth decimal place, the difference only grows to about 50,000. So, this sequence is completely random in every single way, yet every number shows up almost equally.- 15 years ago, we had it calculated to the 1 trillionth decimal place. Now, a computer in China has calculated it to the 6 trillionth decimal place.Part Dos: Id like some more Pi Please!”If you become obsessed with something, you will start finding patterns everywhere.” Many people believe people are programmed to find patterns in the world because its the only way to give meaning to the world, and ourselves. Scientists have been trying to find patterns in Pi for centuries, to no avail. Scientists have been also trying to find the end of Pi(if there even exists an end), also to no Avail. Some believe it does not ever end, and some believe that one day, we will have enough technological resources to find the end, or atleast indefinetely say that Pi is infinite. We just do not have enough knowledge to answer such questions. Humans will continue to look for patterns in Pi. They will continue to make connections in Pi, however small they may be. Almost daily, the human race learn more about Pi than it knew the day before.Now, re-read the above paragraph, but replace the word “Pi” with the words “The Universe”.

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Zykanthos (4,758)M (@chodebalm) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@filipek, I was actually just going to bring that point up! I was going to mention that one cannot exist without the other. Math could not exist without consciousness, and yet consciousness could not exist without math. I think everything in the universe is logical because that’s the way it has to be in order for it to exist. We therefore understand the universe because of its math. We gain order and understanding out of its logical construction. Just my two cents.

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Zykanthos (4,758)M (@chodebalm) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@yoinkie, This was terrific! I feel like I’ve read this somewhere before. Where is it from? This is great.

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Ray Butler (1,422)M (@trek79) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@chodebalm, Look at your 9 times table

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Nick (553) (@splashartist) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@chodebalm, 9th day of the 9th month is my birthday. i have always had a strange connection with 9 as well. now i understand why. i have always been drawn towards the one or the tao aka everything and nothing (my spiritual search started at a very young age) until i awoke to it early this year. maybe all coincidence but who knows!

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Zykanthos (4,758)M (@chodebalm) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@trek79, What do you mean, sir?

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Zykanthos (4,758)M (@chodebalm) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@splashartist, The beauty of life is that it is whatever you make of it. So if you see it as coincidence, then it’s coincidence. If you see it as something significant and not merely a coincidence, then it’s not coincidence.

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Nick (553) (@splashartist) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@chodebalm, either way, its cool :) nice post.

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Ray Butler (1,422)M (@trek79) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@chodebalm, 9×0 has 9, then 9×1=9 9×2=18 which is 1+8=9

9×3=27 which is 2+7=9

See how far you can go

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yoinkie (1,498)C (@yoinkie) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@chodebalm, I wrote that in a post on here a few months ago, so possibly from that.

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Zykanthos (4,758)M (@chodebalm) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@trek79, Oh! Gotcha! Yeah that’s actually in the video too! :) Pretty crazy, eh?

@yoinkie, That’s probably where I read it then. Dude that’s great stuff! :)

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L.T (151) (@1love) 4 years, 11 months ago ago
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Hunter (0) (@hundar01) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

This is interesting. However i have a hard time believing math has any correlation to the universe. We as human being created math.

If we were to isolate a million humans on a second earth with none of the knowledge we have and go check on them in 10,000 years, would they have created the same math we have? What if we even put them on a planet that did not have the same length of year, or day. Then how could they possibly come up with even remotely similar mathematics?

After all many of your connections to the number 9 related to time, and time was simply invented by humans. The universe does not know time, the earth just keeps spinning around the sun until another force acts upon it. Time is irrelevant.

I think all these connections to the number nine are simply due to a well designed math system, after all how many billions of humans have lived to help design it? Not to mention over thousands and thousands of years.

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Kazi (139) (@kazi) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@hundar01, math and time exists without humans. Numbers and clocks however, are human constructs used to measure time and calculate math. Math exists because there are systems that are quantitative structures, and time exists because there is causality in the universe, whether or not there is a human to experience it.

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Zykanthos (4,758)M (@chodebalm) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@hundar01, I stopped reading your comment after I read “we as humans created math.” No, no we did not.

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Kip Goeing (91) (@kipgoeing) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

I can’t say my mind is blown. Awesome post tho.

If even one of my math teachers had presented math to me in this way when I was in school, I might have really liked math.

This post makes my kind of sad, in a way. My foremost thought as I read this was “who the fuck invented/discovered the 9 digit number system? Who chose 360 degrees for the circle? Who was the first person to discover Pi and the Fibonacci sequence. Who decided there should be 60 seconds in a minute?

…Because most of those things were discovered like 6,000 years ago, which makes me feel like humans are not evolving at all. Most people have never even heard of these concepts today, yet they were discovered eons ago. We can learn about this stuff, but what percentage us could have actually figured it out on our own? Why do I feel like the ancients were smarter than us? Is it silly for me to expect perceivable improvement in human intelligence in a span of 5,000 years?

I understand why people make so many theories about ancient aliens and gods, as well as theories about shifts in consciousness based on position in our galactic orbit. …Because why the fuck don’t we understand more of this by now. How did philosophers know about atoms, EM fields, chakras, and acupuncture thousands of year ago and today we don’t understand any more than they did? We’re not smarter, we just have better tools and resources. I wanna know, why aren’t we getting smarter?

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Anonymous (8) (@) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@chodebalm, I see where you are coming from, but…
Math is a language we laid out to define physics. If we were to meet an alien colony, yes, they will surely come to the same mathematical conclusions, but only based off observation of physics at work.

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Zykanthos (4,758)M (@chodebalm) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@brokenthrough, We did not “lay out” math. Math was here before us. Math is a universal language. It describes everything that happens in the universe. Humans discovered math and discovered that math describes physics and the reality in which we live. We use it to make sense of the universe because it is here for us to make sense with. Perhaps that’s what you meant, but in no way did humans invent or “lay out” math. My apologies if that’s not what you meant.

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Anonymous (8) (@) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

@chodebalm, I meant.. we created the symbols.. the ways to define what is actually happening. We didn’t just stumble upon a huge scroll of formulas and algorithms. Mathematicians are constantly reformulating their ideas based off the world around them. Not looking to get into that whole mathematical debate on natural/unnatural, but it’s like what came first the chicken or the egg? What came first.. physics or math?

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Kip Goeing (91) (@kipgoeing) 4 years, 11 months ago ago

If 9 and 0 both represent infinity/singularity, then that means there are only 7 numbers that represent the finite or physical, right? 7 seems significant too. (days of the week, notes on the piano, colors, chakras, candles on the menorah, circles in the seed of life, days of creation, etc.)

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