Vortex Based Mathematics transcends our myopic quantitative understanding for the way Number operates in our holographic universe. Numbers are not just mere quantities. Each has its own unique quality, archetype, and behavior. Vortex Based Math (VBM) is the study of Number in and of itself. Numeronomy as opposed to Numerology. The bedrock of the Quadrivium, Number structures our conceptual waking reality. As Pythagoras once so aptly put it, “All is Number”.
Number was not invented, but discovered. We use commonly agreed upon symbols to represent quantities. The symbol we use for one of something is 1, for two of something is 2, and so on. It’s not like we made up the concept of one and two, this is inherent in our reality. We merely assigned symbols to represent these universally conceptual understandings of quantity, which intrinsically contain quality.
This study of number behavior is called ‘Numeronomy’ in contradistinction to Numerology, whereas Numerology finds patterns and correlations in numbers through subjective means, Numeronomy finds patterns and correlations in the interrelationships between Numbers themselves. This difference can be likened to the difference between astrology and astronomy, the former looks at the effects of celestial bodies from a subjective standpoint (from our point of view) while the latter gains knowledge of the interrelationships between the planets through study of the motions of the planets themselves. -TreeIncarnation
In his pursuit to understand the most great name of God in the Bahai’ faith, a man named Marko Rodin discovered this new qualitative form of mathematics. 40 years later there are pioneers in the field such as Randy Powell, Tyler W Thurmond, Rhuben Neal, Anthony Morris, Robert Hutchings, and Daniel & Erica Nunez that are driving the science into practical application and making leaps and bounds into this great lost art.
VBM analyzes the deeper qualitative aspects of Number. There is a certain quality to each number. 3 has a certain “threeness” to it, a trinity. Three relates to two dimensions, since you need exactly three sides to make the simplest linear shape, a triangle. Four has its own qualities that relate to three-dimensional space. The tetrahedron is the simplest platonic form. Tetra means four, which refers to its number of sides(hedra).
The fact that there are a certain number of perfect solids, five, each with its own numerical qualities in its geometry, proves to me that Number could not possibly be something man made. The Platonic solids were not invented. You can prove this to yourself by attempting to make as many 3-D shapes as possible that all satisfy the prerequisites to be called Platonic solids.
“Mathematics as we know it today is only a tool to symbolize quantities. Vortex-Based Mathematics (VBM) is different because it is a dynamic math that shows the relationships and thus the qualities of numbers rather than the quantities. Numbers are Real and Alive not merely symbols for other things. You will discover that the relationships between numbers are not random or man-made but that numbers are actually elementary particles of which everything is composed. This lost knowledge was well-known to our ancients and is now being uncovered for us today. Gradually you will come to see numbers in a simple yet profoundly perfect three-dimensional matrix grid pattern that forms the shape of a torus.
I would say it like this; everything is trinary in truth and binary in illusion, the decimal system has a left and right side (0.0) only as a result of the point in the centre which is the third “invisible” part that creates the “binary”. One side is macro, one side is micro. The point in the centre is where you are. The centre of radiant consciousness. The third point. The point of awareness that perceives space-time subjectively, dualistically, in order to have an “experience” of separation from the ALL. Number systems are the closest thing we have outside of experience directly of raw energy, the prime power of the matrix construct. Since numbers can be used to understand and view geometry, sound, light and dynamics they are primary to all things in terms of a tool of creation. The next would geometry..” -Rhuben Neal (Barbitone)
The Ancients understood and implemented the axiom of ‘All is Number’ for which Plato later espoused thousands of years later. Over the centuries researchers have uncovered some of this lost wisdom. Realizing their responsibility to preserve and pass down this esoteric knowledge, certain authors dedicate their lives to this lost art. Luckily for humanity, altruism is an embryonic virtue; and the love of wisdom, engrained in the philosophy of man.
“Ancient science was based like that of today on number, but whereas number is now used in the quantitative sense for secular purposes, the ancients regarded numbers as symbols of the universe, finding parallels between the inherent structure of number and all types of form and motion.
Theirs was a very different view of the world from which now obtains. They inhabited a living universe, a creature of divine fabrication, designed in accordance with reason and thus to some extent comprehension by the human mind.
The special regard paid to mathematical studies in the ancient world arose from the understanding that number is the mean term in the progression from divine reason to its imperfect reflection in humanity. At some very early period, by a process quite beyond explanation, certain groups of numbers were brought together and codified. Thus was created that numerical standard, or canon of proportion, which was at the root of all ancient cultures and was everywhere attributed to some form of miraculous revelation.
It was taken to be the nucleus and activating principle of numbers generally, a summary of all the types of progressions and relationships which occur within the field of number and thus a faithful image of the numerically created universe.
In the Known civilizations of antiquity, as China, Babylon and Egypt, the canon of number was venerated as the source of all knowledge and a guide to rightful conduct. Its influence extended from art and music to affairs of state. Every branch of science expressed its theories and observations in terms of that small group of numbers that is the canon.
One numerical code has fashioned the whole of ancient mathematics, music, astronomy, chronology, metrology and every variety of craft. It has left its mark on every relic and tradition of ancient cultures. There is nothing artificial about it, for the conclusion to these researches is that the various orders of natural phenomena do indeed conform to certain similar patterns of number, which provide a framework of number itself.”
-John Michell – The Dimensions of Paradise
Vedic Square Magic and Theosophical Addition
The process of reducing a number down to one digit is called many names and is common practice not only in numerology but also in mainstream science. Buckminster Fuller called this subset of math ‘integrated digits’ or ‘indig 9′. It is also recognized in computer science. They call it a ‘digital root’ or ‘digital sum’ or ‘quantum bit’. This process has also been called Kabbalistic reduction or Pythagorean addition. Some other names for this practice include: decimal parity, quantum numerology, theosophical addition, indig , integrated digit, indig 9, modulo nine arithmetic,consecutive summation, distillation, number essence, reduced ordinal values, horizontal addition, and numeric reduction.
As a student of Marko Rodin, Randy Powell began his own journey exploring the synchromystic behaviour of number and patterns in the realms of the numeric matrix. As a pioneer in the field, he has helped others awaken to the possibility that there exists an underlying pattern in the way reality operates. This pattern, intrinsic to the fabric of time and space, pervades the entire universe, forever giving credence to a negentropic and intelligent creative force behind life.
Ancient vedic yogis and egyptian philosophers conceptualized Number from zero to nine in deep meditation. Nine was the tipping off point, the number every civilization decided to start over with a new glyph, character, or symbol. They discovered reality itself operates in base-10 in the way it is conceptually organized. (Remember there are Nine numbers in Base-10, Zero is the absence of Number)
For a basic understanding of VBM check out Randy Powell’s videos below. His efforts have helped to reach millions of people grasp the concept of vortex math, including myself.
Nine is the unsurpassable limit, the utmost bound, the ultimate extension to which the archetypal principles of number can reach and manifest themselves in the world. The ancient Greeks called nine “the horizon,” as it lies at the edge of the shore before the boundless ocean of numbers that repeat in endless cycles the principles of the first nine digits. Nothing lies beyond the principles of nine, which the Greeks called the Ennead. – Michael Schneider
Expanding on the work of Marko Rodin, Randy Powell explains vortex math and the ABHA Torus from the beginning. Randy says with Vortex-Based Mathematics we will be able to see how energy is expressing itself mathematically. This math has no anomalies and shows the dimensional shape and function of the universe as being a toroid or donut-shaped black hole. He says this is the template for the universe and it is all within our base ten decimal system. He also shares his take on black holes, God, creation and information. In the second hour, we discuss how Vortex-Based Mathematics is universally applicable in mathematics, science, biology, medicine, genetics, astronomy, chemistry, physics and computer science. Randy speculates that it could lead to incredible breakthroughs, including free energy technologies and artificial intelligence. He’ll explain how the Vortex Coil works. Later, we talk about tapping into the “9” and how math proves there is a will, a plan for us. -Henrik Palmgren
Below is the doubling and halving sequence found in the Ennead, as explained by Marko Rodin and Randy Powell.
Vortex Based Mathematics and Degrees in a Circle
Dividing a circle into nine parts is an easy way to see how VBM relates to 360º in a circle. This superior highly composite number(a number highly divisible) syncs with VBM, base-10 math, and the decimal system. Let’s see how..
Divide a circle into 9 parts. 360/9 = 40, so each dot is 40 degrees. We will assign degrees going counter-clockwise, 0 – 360 (We’ll find out later why we don’t go clockwise).
Find the digital root of each measured degree. 320 becomes 5 because 3+2+0=5. 280 becomes 1 because 2+8+0=10, and 1+0=1. This process, while popular in new age circles and numerology, is also a verifiable form of math that’s commonplace in universities worldwide.
Now if we take the digital root of the multiplication series of 4 and 5 and arrange them around a circle we can see they correspond to the appropriate angle. The multiplication table of 4 goes counter-clockwise, and for 5, it syncs with the angles going clockwise.
In addition(if you don’t mind the pun), you’ll notice that the 1,2,4,8,7,5 doubling sequence remains unbroken. This is the reason we first assigned the degrees going counter-clockwise. It doesn’t work the other way. As Randy points out in his videos, you can’t reverse the circuit to go the other direction. This reminds me of the way energy naturally flows in a dual torus, implosion and explosion, always balanced, and always spinning a certain direction. In this way VBM naturally aligns with the work of Walter Russell and Viktor Schauberger.
The 1,2,4,8,7(16),5(32) circuit as shown as it operates with the numbers ordered the regular way. This pattern represents electricity; the 3,6,9 pattern (shown in purple below) represents magnetism.
These three numbers missing from this sequence brings to mind the famous quote attributed to the great Nikola Tesla.
“If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the Universe” -Nikola Tesla
John C. Keely summed it up, “Vibrations of ‘thirds, sixths, and ninths’, were extraordinarily powerful”.
There is more to numbers than the mere quantities we assign them. Numbers are alive. They structure our waking reality. All the great mystics and philosophers throughout the ages understood this numeric universe. It won’t be long until we are able to manufacture energy and reshape our world the way nature intended, through implosion rather than explosion.
The principles of Vortex Math and the underlying ideologies of this forgotten science are resurfacing. This lost numerical art is a portal to understanding the nature of reality, and the psychological implications gained from such introspection are paramount to the evolution of the world soul.