Artist 3D representation of the flower of life in polished nickel steel / the digital root number 9 / the mathematical fingerprint of God / the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9

Material: Polished Nickel Steel Dimensions: 4cm x 4cm Sort: Mathematical art

Why a number is a number?

Numerology cube with numbers 1 to 8. The sum of all digits excluding nine is 36 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8=36 (3+6+9). Nine plus any digit returns the same digit. i.e. 9+5=14 (1+4=5). So nine literally equals all the digits (36) and nothing (0).

The number 9 is everywhere in the cube, all opposite numbers count up to 9; every axis adds up to nine and all opposite numbers together (each tetrahedron) adds up to nine. The two tetrahedra together form a merkaba.

Each number on the cube is the sum of it's 3 connected numbers; 4+7+1=12=3 this is vortex based mathematics.

Hold the number 3 and 6 in your fingers and turn the math cube to see the number doubling circuit. 1+1=2 / 2+2=4 / 4+4=8 / 8+8=16=7 / 16+16=32=5. This way you can double your numbers both directions (reverse) to infinity. Reverse: 1 / 0.5=5 / 0.25=7 / .125=8 / .0625=4.

In vortex math, 3 and 6 have a unique polar relationship. They are not part of the rotating doubling circuit (1,2,4,8,7,5). They form their own doubling circuit on an axis. 3 doubled is 6. 6 doubled is 12 (1+2=3). 12 (1+2) doubled is 24 (2+4). The same it true for halving. Half of 6 is 3. Half of 3 is 1.5 (1+5=6). The cycle is infinite in both directions it always returns 3 or 6. Just like the rotating doubling circuit.

Induce number 3 and 6 in this model and you have the model for subatomic vibration?