Pythagorean Numerology

The nine numbers in Pythagorean numerology.

Pythagorean numerology, a two-dimensional representation of Rubik’s Cube, assigns the twenty six letters of the English alphabet to nine small squares in a 3×3 square grid. Pythagoras presents the alphabet as a magic square than a magic cube.

In Pythagorean numerology, the nine small squares per square face of a Rubik’s Cube are numbered 1 to 9, and letters A to Z are categorised under the small squares.

In Pythagorean numerological chart, 9 has two letters (I and R) assigned to it and each of the remaining eight numbers are alloted three letters.

  1. A, J, S
  2. B, K, T
  3. C, L, U
  4. D, M, V
  5. E, N, W
  6. F, O, X
  7. G, P, Y
  8. H, Q, Z
  9. I,   R

The numerical value of words are obtained by substituting letters with their corresponding numbers.
Example:
Joy = J + O + Y
       = 1 + 6 + 7
       = 14
       = 1 + 4
       = 5

Pythagorean numerology is 45.
1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9 = 45 (square)

Going by how double digits numbers are reduced to single digit in Pythagorean numerology, 45 is equal to 9.

4 + 5 = 9

This proves that Pythagorean Numerology or modern Western Numerology is the numerical value of the yang in a Rubik’s Cube.

Yin is 6 and yang is 9.

Yin and Yang = 6 and 9
                         = 6 × 9
                         = 54 (cube)

The relationship between the cube and the square is the fraction 45/54, where 45 is the object, 54 is the image, and / is the mirror placed between the object and its image.

When converted from base 10 to base 2, the numbers are the two binary digits: 0 and 1.

Sum of  the nine decimal numbers and the two binary digits is 46, God’s number derived from the quarter turn metric and the half turn metric systems of solving Rubik’s Cube puzzle.

45 + 0 + 1 = 46
                   = 26 + 20
                   = Qi + Chi
                   = Life

Using Pythagorean numerological chart to determine life pathway is consulting God, since 20 and 26 are God’s numbers.

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