# Want your fucking mind blown?

Zykanthos (@chodebalm) 8 years, 5 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?

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

360º

(3+6+0 = 9)

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1+8+0 = 9

Okay, now do the math for yourself:

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(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?

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There are 3 angles here. The angles are 60º.

3×60º = 180º
(1+8 = 9)

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4 angles. 4×90 = 360. (3+6+0 = 9)

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What about a pentagon? 5 angles times 108º = 540. (5+4+0 = 9)

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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:

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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?

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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
Zykanthos (4,757)M (@chodebalm) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@brokenthrough, Dude…physics and math are the same thing. Neither came first. It was always here. The universe has always existed and will always exist. Same with math. The symbols we use to describe math are our inventions, yes. But the math was here before our invention of the symbols used to describe it.

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Zykanthos (4,757)M (@chodebalm) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@kipgoeing, Interesting observation. Didn’t think about that!

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Anonymous (8) (@) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@chodebalm, All I’m saying.. Dude… Is that math is a language and what would that language be without a point of communication. The physical universe will continue to be.. Whether its defined or not.

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Zykanthos (4,757)M (@chodebalm) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@brokenthrough, That’s exactly the same thing I said. Lol.

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Anonymous (8) (@) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@chodebalm, therefore, physics (the physical phenomena) would indeed come first before we (the point of communication) would observe and define it as a mathematical language.

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Kip Goeing (91) (@kipgoeing) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@brokenthrough, I see what you’re saying and it’s kind of true, but it’s also kind of not true. The universe both is both math and it is described by math. Just like the universe is us and is described by us. Math is not a separate description or representation of the universe, it’s just the nature of the universe. The digits and symbols are the “language”. Math is the universe.

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Starry Eyed BLiND. (670) (@cristinelizabeth) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

3+3 = 9
and I was getting shit for seeing a significance in seeing 3’s
smh.

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Annie (116) (@amtayl4) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@chodebalm, This post was amazing thank you so much for sharing! I used to like math A LOT as a kid but as I grew up I kind of lost interest in it, wondering where will I use something like graphing a linear function later in my life? But the patterns out there in our world are unmistakable, and I find the Fibonacci Sequence more than fascinating. For me at least, it all points to a divine creator to come up with something so simple, yet so complex at the same time. Everything truly is one and the same and math really is out there, everyday, governing our world. It just comes down to whether or not we care to pay attention or not :)

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Zykanthos (4,757)M (@chodebalm) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@amtayl4, Thanks and glad you enjoyed it as much as I did when I came across it.

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Zykanthos (4,757)M (@chodebalm) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@cristinelizabeth, You didn’t get shit from me! :)

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Starry Eyed BLiND. (670) (@cristinelizabeth) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@chodebalm, You never give me shit (: haha
we’re on the same page.

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yugen (29) (@jreynolds789) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

3+3=6

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Zykanthos (4,757)M (@chodebalm) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@jreynolds789, I think she may have meant 3×3.

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Alex (551) (@hollowinfinity) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

Circles are my favorite thing to contemplate. I believe the circle to be a ‘perfect’ shape, and inherent in everything. It is the source of all dimensional properties. Great post!

In an infinite world, a straight line and a circle are the same thing- food for thought.

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Alex (551) (@hollowinfinity) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@kipgoeing, 7 cranial nerves in the brain- 7 apostles, 7 seals. 7 is a holy number.

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Alex (551) (@hollowinfinity) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

7 chakaras..too

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Anonymous (2,833) (@) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@chodebalm, So this is interesting.

But if you want your mind blown more, realize that this pattern will turn up in every numbering system, some more complicated, some more simple.

Base 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 – forever. They will all have an underlying ‘mind-blowing’ pattern that emerges in their resulting mathematical calculations and geometries derived therein.

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Zykanthos (4,757)M (@chodebalm) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@hollowinfinity, For me, your comment about circles is also one of the reasons I found this to be so fascinating. When you understand what this means, it’s hard not to stand in awe by it. That’s why I called it mind blowing. Knowin what the circle represents and how it relates to reality, then seeing the math involved in it…for me it was mind blowing.

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YHVH (462) (@spaceghost) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@chodebalm, “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. :)”

You may be on to something. If not, it sounded brilliant either way.

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Zykanthos (4,757)M (@chodebalm) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@ijesuschrist, Yeah I agree and I have thought about that. That point was actually brought up and talked about in the comments section of the video. But what’s still interesting is the way the digital sums add up to 9 in all of the polygons, as well as the orbit of Earth around the sun and the degree at which the earth is tilted. Just seems too coincidental. Not sure what to make of it.

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Alex (551) (@hollowinfinity) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@chodebalm, @spaceghost, There is at least a connection between the distance to the sun, and distance to the moon in relation to how many times a person breathes throughout the day.

Circles are just so great. Gravity itself is trying to form that shape constantly.

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
2,4,8,16,32,64,128,256,512
1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55

Those are our three most common number systems. the 1st one is important in all regards- the 2nd is used for information, and the 3rd is arguably how we could evolve. Can anyone spot any relational values between the different systems? I can spot a few myself, but I’d rather see what you all have to say.

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Alex (551) (@hollowinfinity) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@ijesuschrist, @chodebalm, Well either way the fact that our main number system contains so many connections is amazing, isn’t it? Perhaps it’s a natural byproduct of our minds- we do seek patterns, but maybe that’s for a specific reason.

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Alex (551) (@hollowinfinity) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

Damn, I lost what I wrote- lol. My point though, is that you will find connections wherever you look- it’s all designed to be that way. 9 months for pregnancy, 123456789X9=11111111
9×2=18 (1+8=9) and so on

The important part is to never get caught up in numbers- they are to be used only as a tool to explain the other real connections you find. That’s why the geometry is important, because those are real connections outside of numbers, but the numbers just help us explain what we are seeing/experiencing. You can’t coincidence in geometry.

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Anonymous (2,833) (@) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@chodebalm, “…as well as the orbit of Earth around the sun and the degree at which the earth is tilted.”

But it doesn’t. Those are extimations, approximations, the real digits don’t add to 9… there is not 365 days a year, and the tilt is not always 23.4.

So is it still magical if its CLOSE to 9? Like 23.39 or 23.5° or something?

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Also let me explain why the number 9 shows up in the geometric figures in a cool pattern;

Triangle – 180
Square – 360
Pentagon – 540

It is the fact that each next geometry is an addition of 180 (20*9) and repeating, that there is a pattern at all, and then you’re dividing it by 9, you’re going to see a pattern.

It is the fact that our base number system repeats every 10 units, AND the fact that geometrical figures continually add 180° (easily divisible by 9) that we see a pattern.

Beyond that, the patterns would become even more complicated in a base 20 system, or incredibly mind blowing in a base 100 system.

This is because repeating systems, compiled with other repeating systems give rise to new repeating systems, new patterns.

SO! What I’d like to say in short is, yeah this is interesting, but its just the tip of the ice berg – the real interesting idea, to me, is that counting systems themselves are destined to hold patterns.

If we could easily count in base ‘e’ – then, then you would truly die from brain explosion.

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Zykanthos (4,757)M (@chodebalm) 8 years, 5 months ago ago

@ijesuschrist, I always enjoy your take on things. And you 100% right about your point about finding patterns in any number systems. I still find the patterns in the base-10 to be fascinating, though. Math fascinates me.

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