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TWGilbert
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« Reply #30 on: April 15, 2014, 09:33:52 am »

Yes. I spent about twenty years on it, off and on. If you wish I can send you the entire thing, with the charts that show and demonstrate the patterns. In a way it fits in rather nicely with Walter Russell's paradigms in his book The Universal One and also with the archetypal conceptions of Universal metaphysical constants in Manley Palmer Hall's book The Secret Teachings of All Ages. What is perhaps so fascinating is that if the charts on primes are looked at in both the positive and negative fields, Zero (0) is the centerpiece, the "circle," and the Great Nothing (or Everything) as the Start of existence. Negative one
(-1) and positive one (+1) cannot be primes. So, those three numbers: negative one, zero, and plus one become the original Three (Mother, Father, Sun [Sun] of the Trinity, and the spiritual three aspects of the hierarchy.  Minus three, minus two, plus two, and plus three, become the four material aspects of the realms of materialization, and all seven first numbers , minus three to plus three (-3,-2,
-1,0,+1,+2, +3), are then the Eternal Seven, and the foundations of all that is, so the numbers are then the science of existence, as they should be. Unfortunately the charts do not transcribe to this format for Atlantis Online, Blessings, TG            thomasgilbert2052@yahoo.com
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