Over the last few years of running Facebook like a tv-network for the internet, it very slowly but surely filled up so that there was a new post, every hour, on the hour. This pattern continued for a long time, but eventually, and especially more and more this year, it just started feeling a little bit… full! The need for cutting back, and simplification, and focus, became apparent.
And so, with information that I had picked up over time about vortex mathematics, I crafted a new schedule based on the flow of a Torus. Here is what it looked like.
Now, there’s quite a bit to this, but let me show you the basics, and what this actually is.
In essence, there are two of these, back to back.
But what is this, funny looking W-like shape, you may ask? What a grand question! To answer this, let me borrow the words of Marko Rodin and one of his acolytes, to describe it.
Mathematics as we know it today is only a tool to symbolize quantities. Vortex-Based Mathematics (VBM) is completely different because it is a dynamic math that shows the relationships and thus the qualities of numbers rather than the quantities.
Marko studied all the world’s great religions. He decided to take The Most Great Name of Bahaullah (prophet of the Bahai Faith) which is Abha and convert it into numbers. He did this in an effort to discover the true precise mystical intonation of The Most Great Name of God. Since the Bahai sacred scripture was originally written in Persian and Arabic, Marko used the Abjad numerical notation system for this letter to number translation. This was a sacred system of allocating a unique numerical value to each letter of the 27 letters of the alphabet so that secret quantum mechanic physics could be encoded into words. What Marko discovered was that (A=1, b=2, h=5, a=1) = 9.
The fact that The Most Great Name of God equaled 9 seemed very important to him as everything he had read in both the Bahai scriptures and other religious text spoke of nine being the omni-potent number. So next he drew out a circle with nine on top and 1 through 8 going around the circle clockwise. Then he discovered a very intriguing number system within this circle. Marko knew he had stumbled upon something very profound. This circle with its hidden number sequence was the “Symbol of Enlightenment.” This is the MATHEMATICAL FINGERPRINT OF GOD.
Follow along as the amazing properties of this symbol unveil themselves to you. Put your pencil on number 1 and without picking up your pencil, move your pencil in a straight line to number 2, then 4, then across the center to 8. Notice that you are doubling. So next should be 16 and it is, but 1+6=7. So move your pencil to 7. Then 16 doubled is 32, but 3+2=5. So move your pencil to 5. Then 32 doubled is 64 and 6+4=10 and 1+0=1. And you’re back to 1. So move the pencil across the center and back up to 1. The significance of the Mayan calender is that 64 is one complete cycle of infinity. Then it begins again with 64 doubled is 128 and 1+2+8=11, then 1+1=2. And so on.
You will never get off this track as you keep doubling. Notice the infinity symbol has formed underneath your pencil, creating an ever-repeating pattern of 1, 2, 4, 8, 7, 5. Amazingly, this number sequence stays intact as you half numbers as well. Start again at the 1 but this time go backwards on the infinity symbol. Half of 1 is .5, so move your pencil to the 5. Then half of .5 is .25, and 2+5=7. So move your pencil to the 7. And half of .25 is .125 and 1+2+5=8. So move to the 8. Next half of .125 is .0625 and 0+6+2+5=13 and 1+3=4. So go across to the 4. And half of .0625 is .03125 and 0+3+1+2+5=11 and 1+1=2. So move to the 2. Forever staying on the route of 1,2,4,8,7,5 even backwards.
Thank you, to Marko Rodin and everyone else involved in bringing this information back to us. It is brilliant.
All I did, really, was take that shape, and map it over a clock! This is what happened when I did.
The confusing part here was identifying the difference between the 1-9 scale and the 1-12 scale. It messed with my head for a few minutes, I even forgot how the minute-hand on the clock worked at first! Hahaha!!
But, when you did have both the minute and hour hand, point at one spot: THAT was the time to post! So, instead of 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, instead, it goes like this: 12, 1:07, 2:13, 4, 5:26, 6:33 (WOW), 8, 9:46, and 10:53, then repeating back at 12.
If you take this diagram, and turn it sidewise, and mirror it… You get an infinity loop of time with a vortex math schedule for AM and PM!
I used 3-6-9 as the basis of the primary Spirit Science quote pictures, which act as a spiritual staple of the vibe of Spirit Science online. The other numbers are for Articles and other content that gets shared on Spirit Science, which varies depending on the various relationships we have with other people, and their respective pages.
This schedule is in effect as of right now! I look forward to seeing how it goes.