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The addition of the Navagraha values in a contracted form links it to the lo Shu in its central 5 around which the integer counts = 9s.

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8kmf3reGh8Za21qb2dsWUE4VHc/edit?usp=sharing

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8kmf3reGh8Za21qb2dsWUE4VHc/edit?usp=sharing

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This book on the psychology and the math of 'The Chinese Book of Changes' and its links to other cultures, and sacred and also secret doctrines is a free download, either from Google.docs, or from http://independent.academia.edu/PaulMartynSmith It show the 8 x 8 grid or Magic Square of Mercury of 64 Hexagrams formed from the Trigram sequence's of "The Well' and 'Bagua'. All squares are manufactured from the Image's and Value's of Heaven and Earth when placed into the directions of the Ho Tu, from which the Lo Shu's 3 x 3 or the Nine Stacked Sacred Mountain appears to give both time and measure in the value's of 6 and 7s, all arranged through the 40 light and 40 dark numbers of the 9 x 9 Magic Square. A second book is also a fee download called 'The Divine Revelations - the Judgement's and Law's of the Sacred Mountain', this together with papers on Contracted Integer Sequences and the Solfeggio runs also found in the math of the Lo Shu. Take as one will or leave as one will, but here's in hope that it helps in one's own quest.

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'Perfect Tetrad'

Perfect numbers: 1, 6, 28, 496, 8128, ...

Characteristic: equal to sum of proper factors plus UNITY

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28 is a perfect, triangular number. When we fit 28 circles onto the equilateral triangle and bind four such triangles into a tetrad, the resulting construct has 112 = 28 * 4 circles.

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Algebraically, 108 is expressible as (1) x (2x2) x (3x3x3).

Geometrically, 108° is complement to the 72° angle; it is the measure of a single angle on the perimeter of a regular pentagon, and is an harmonic of 18°, hence related to the phi growth function.

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'108' of these symbolic objects are known in Buddhist lore as earthly 'desires, defilements,or sins.' The '108' are also well-referenced in traditional Chinese medicine and martial arts.

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The remaining four symbolic objects represent the defenders of the Dharma: the Myo-o, Tathagata, Jinas, Dhyani, or Vidyarja wisdom beings cited above. Understood geometrically, each wisdom being may be positioned at the center of a triangular face, or at a vertex.

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The fifth and central wisdom being, known as Samantabhadra or Vairocana, is represented as the field of action for the others. Geometrically, it is the central nexus of the tetrad as we have depicted in our '5-cell recursive-polychoron' and 'viswa-vajra' models of infinitely nested spheres and tetrads.

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This graphic explicitly depicts the 2D shell of a tetrad with inscribed circles, and suggests a tetrahedral pyramid comprised of spheres nesting tetrads in a recursive fashion.

The 2D presentation gives four equilateral triangles each comprised of 28 circles, each circle nesting a regular triangle. The central node of each large triangle is colored to illustrate how a tetrad embodies biaxial polarity. That is, a tetrahedron comprises two orthogonal axes that intersect at the central fifth vertex.

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Interpreting this in 3D, we can imagine within the tetrahedron, a single spherically-nested tetrad positioned precisely between each vertex and the colored tetrad on the opposing face.

These five, the four colored tetrads, plus the central tetrad comprise a geometric metaphor for that which is represented by the jiu-dzu, or Japanese rosary. To wit, these five represent

Five Buddha of Wisdom

Five Buddha of Meditation

Five Dhyāni Buddha

Five Jina

Five Wisdom Tathagata

Five Godai Nyorai

Five Heavenly Kings

http://www.onmarkproductions.com/html/godai-nyorai.shtml

Perfect numbers: 1, 6, 28, 496, 8128, ...

Characteristic: equal to sum of proper factors plus UNITY

==

28 is a perfect, triangular number. When we fit 28 circles onto the equilateral triangle and bind four such triangles into a tetrad, the resulting construct has 112 = 28 * 4 circles.

==

Algebraically, 108 is expressible as (1) x (2x2) x (3x3x3).

Geometrically, 108° is complement to the 72° angle; it is the measure of a single angle on the perimeter of a regular pentagon, and is an harmonic of 18°, hence related to the phi growth function.

==

'108' of these symbolic objects are known in Buddhist lore as earthly 'desires, defilements,or sins.' The '108' are also well-referenced in traditional Chinese medicine and martial arts.

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The remaining four symbolic objects represent the defenders of the Dharma: the Myo-o, Tathagata, Jinas, Dhyani, or Vidyarja wisdom beings cited above. Understood geometrically, each wisdom being may be positioned at the center of a triangular face, or at a vertex.

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The fifth and central wisdom being, known as Samantabhadra or Vairocana, is represented as the field of action for the others. Geometrically, it is the central nexus of the tetrad as we have depicted in our '5-cell recursive-polychoron' and 'viswa-vajra' models of infinitely nested spheres and tetrads.

==

This graphic explicitly depicts the 2D shell of a tetrad with inscribed circles, and suggests a tetrahedral pyramid comprised of spheres nesting tetrads in a recursive fashion.

The 2D presentation gives four equilateral triangles each comprised of 28 circles, each circle nesting a regular triangle. The central node of each large triangle is colored to illustrate how a tetrad embodies biaxial polarity. That is, a tetrahedron comprises two orthogonal axes that intersect at the central fifth vertex.

.

Interpreting this in 3D, we can imagine within the tetrahedron, a single spherically-nested tetrad positioned precisely between each vertex and the colored tetrad on the opposing face.

These five, the four colored tetrads, plus the central tetrad comprise a geometric metaphor for that which is represented by the jiu-dzu, or Japanese rosary. To wit, these five represent

Five Buddha of Wisdom

Five Buddha of Meditation

Five Dhyāni Buddha

Five Jina

Five Wisdom Tathagata

Five Godai Nyorai

Five Heavenly Kings

http://www.onmarkproductions.com/html/godai-nyorai.shtml

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