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LET THE FORMS SPEAK

**Wael Hazem Fouda
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Architectural Engineering Student

The Author of SUBTLE ENERGY A PHYSICS INTERACTING FORCE

Copyright © 2013 Wael Hazem Fouda First Edition, 2013

NEOMETRY: LET THE FORMS SPEAK Copyright © 2013 Wael Hazem Fouda

El-Safa Press, 21 Al-Dowedar street, Cairo, Egypt

©2013 Wael Hazem Fouda, All Rights Reserved. No part of this book shall be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the author

ISBN 978 - 977 - 85039 - 6 - 8 ٢٠١٣ / ١٤٢٣٨ رقم اإليداع The creative contents of this book are protected under intellectual property since January 2013

I dedicate this book to my father who helped me find my way through science and philosophy... Thanks Father for your patience and understanding... Thanks for the atmosphere you provided so I can discover the unknown mysteries...

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Table of Contents

Introduction………………………………………………………… Introduction to Sacred Geometry ………………………………….. The Golden Spiral……………………………………………….. The Vesica Piscis……………………………………………….... Introduction to Numerology……………………………………….. Neometry Mechanics……………………………………………….. Converting a single number into a form………………………….. Converting two numbers into a form…………………………….. Converting three numbers or more into a form…………………... Narmonics………………………………………………………….... Finding Harmonic Numbers…………………………………….... Sacred Numbers………………………………………………….. Sacred Simbology……………………………………………….... Angles of interaction……………………………………………... Traits of Geometrical Numbers………………………………….. Harmonizing Sacred Angles…………………………………….... Harmonics Numbers’ Wheel……………………………………... Colors and Numbers……………………………………………... The end of cycles The 13………………………………………..... Crossing numbers and intercourse………………………………... Summation, Integration & Crossing……………………………..... Neometry Forms by the author……………………………………... References…………………………………………………………..... Intellectual Property in Arabic……………………………………… Book Summary in Arabic…………………………………………..... 7 13 14 16 19 23 23 27 28 30 30 32 33 39 41 42 43 45 46 49 49 51 55 57 60

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INTRODUCTION

Years and years I spent my life searching, trying to understand the mysteries of the world. Since I was a little kid I was always amazed by ancient world architecture. There was such an impact of their art work and myths on my childhood. I remember being shocked yelling “the pyramid.. the pyramid” when I used to approach The Great Pyramid of Giza. For me The Sphinx in the Giza Plateau was not just a statue. I always believed that the ancient world had their secret knowledge. It is actually a sacred knowledge. It all started when I fell in love with the Ancient Egyptians. I used to think they were the holders of some kind of knowledge that was ruined by wars and battles. I always believed our ancestors knew something that we can’ t see but we can feel. Till I was introduced to simple meditations when I started to have a different perspective of ancient cultures. Digging into the realms of the unknown, this is what I always did. When I started learning Sacred Geometry, I started to think why can’t t he symbols of the ancient world be a manifestation of meanings. I started to think of language in terms of colors, music, phonetics, rhythm, etc.. so why can’t it be also geometry! Ancient Greeks learnt a lot from Ancient Egypt. They recorded their sacred knowledge and wisdom in the form of an approach of thinking that explains everything which they called Philosophy. Philosophy includes the study of Arithmetic, Geometry, Music, harmonics, Astronomy, Astrology, Cosmology, Logic, and spirituality.

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After studying different ancient world philosophies and arts, I found that they all have in common some cosmological models and concepts. For instance; the Chinese, the Japanese, the Egyptians, the Greeks, the Hindu, the Buddhists, the Babylonians, the Arabs, the Mayans and much more civilizations believed in a very common cosmological model. They all believed in numerology and the power of numbers. They all believed in some sort of magical powers that manifests through numbers, planets, music, plants, essences, etc. They all believed in energies or life forces that create everything and motivate life or kill it to death. These forces or as they called it the elements of nature differed from culture to culture yet the resulting philosophies were almost the same. In their cosmological models everything was a result of the interacting elements of nature. In ancient world philosophies, numbers do have properties, numbers are languages that do interact forming meanings. For them everything had a meaning and any interaction creates an action. Many influences forced me to have found my new discoveries and new art explained in this book. My architecture study helped me understand the history of art and architecture. Yet I never liked the approach of modern art and architecture, specially that philosophical concepts in modern art are just the expression of the artist’s false Self Ego and Persona. I started to believe in a universal science when I started to learn astronomy. My astronomy background helped me understand philosophy. When I studied BioGeometry® I found Dr.Ibrahim Karim’s model of ancient world technology to be fascinating. His new approach helped me get introduced to the effects of Geometrical shapes and environmental design.

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This is when I started experiments trying to prove the physical existence of subtle energy till I was able to prove it and publish my book “SUBTLE ENERGY a physics interacting force”. After this moment I started to understand the ancient world from a totally different perspective. This is when I insisted that there must be some hidden language in the ancient world Sacred Geometry. Ancient world civilizations mastered Sacred Geometry and Numerology. For the ancient world, Geometry was not just a sort of physical science but science itself was part of philosophy. That’s why we can find patterns in their various kinds of arts and science. When we analyze ancient arts we decode them into proportions, angles, orientations, etc… yet we always have been neglecting the meanings of the patterns themselves. Every little form can be created from a pattern and the pattern can always create its proportions. Ancient people usually used the golden ratio yet the golden ratio can’t tell us the meanings behind forms. Nature itself uses the golden ratio, yet different forms have different functions. That’s why the golden ratio can’t tell us a lot about meanings but can show harmony. However patterns can create the golden ratio proportions to achieve harmony and still can have a behavior, a function, and a meaning. Maybe some esoteric groups as the Freemasonry knew about how to convert meanings into forms to encode their philosophy. The alchemists converted Archetypes into symbols. What I discovered is how meanings of the archetypes can be converted to geometrical patterns that can form a

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simple symbol to sophisticated detailed proportions of living things. Neometry is how to convert meanings into forms having life proportions. This new approach is based on converting Numbers into Geometry while still preserving the golden ratio. It can also convert Geometry into numbers to find its archetype. Neometry is concerned about meanings that are manifested through the power of numbers known as Numerology and the power of Sacred Geometry. Another part of Neometry is that it can show the interaction between numbers to create meaningful forms that can reach living things’ sophistication and beauty. This is why I named it Neometry, the new geometry, or the neo-geometry, the art of converting numerology meanings into geometry and geometry into numbers. To achieve harmony, interacting numbers must not be in conflicts. Simple geometrical shapes can show us the meanings of numbers, while through a single unit circle sacred numbers can be revealed showing sequences of harmonic groups of numbers. I called this Narmonics which is finding harmonic numbers through geometry. In this book the concept of Neometry and Narmonics is very basically explained. Neometry and Narmonics are not just concerned about converting numbers into Geometry, sin ce it’s not just geometry or a designing issue. It is creating functional, living, behaving, and meaningful patterns that transform meanings and archetypes into a geometrical form manifestation. It is an understanding of nature and how the universe assembles itself.

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Having a solid background about Numerology and Sacred Geometry is a must before reading this book for a full concept understanding, since this is not an illustrated book; however it explains only the concept of Neometry and Narmonics.

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INTRODUCTION TO SACRED GEOMETRY

In ancient world, philosophers were the masters of nature. They taught the world Mathematics, Astronomy, Music, and Geometry. For them Geometry was not jut theorems but an understanding of the world’ s nature and dynamics. Arithmetic and Geometry were not the sciences of One plus One equals Two. Geometry was not just the study of geometrical shape properties yet it was an understanding of philosophy and wisdom. That’s why we can find some Neo-Platonists explaining philosophy and proving the existence of The One original reality or God through geometry and arithmetic. Sacred Geometry was part of Architecture and many sorts of arts, since philosophers believed our world is ruled by a set of harmonious ratios. They believed our world is a symphony that is in tune and in harmony and our creations and actions should always stay tuned. A set of ratios were believed to exist in every living creature. The root of Two, the root of Three and the root of Five were essential for life to exist. Yet the most famous ratio of all was the Golden Ratio used in common between Medieval and Renaissance artists.

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**THE GOLDEN SPIRAL
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Every sort of creation poured and flowed from a single first reality, This is what is known as the Emanation theory. Emanationism is a cosmological theory in ancient philosophy which was adopted by a group of philosophers like Plotinus the founder of Neo-Platonism. The Golden Spiral which comes from the well known Fibonacci Sequence is a perfect geometrical representation of Emanationism. The Fibonacci sequence shows a creation process which occurs starting from the One and ending

Fig. 1: Fibonacci Sequence Golden Spiral

at infinity. 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13,… This sequence draws the golden spiral, and is created by adding the second number to its previous one. This sequence simply shows how the first reality formed everything by adding part of its spirit in the new creations. The Fibonacci Sequence shows golden ratios such as 1/1, 2/1, 3/2, 5/3,… going far into the sequence would create the perfect harmonic golden ratio 1.61803398875. the golden ratio is a number having its decimals going to infinity without repeating its patterns. Such a ratio is part of nature’s language of creation. Many creations are designed to fulfill the Golden ratio. The Greek constructed the golden ratio drawing a square then dividing its sides. Drawing an arc having its radius from the split point to the square’s

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corners, this is how a compass can draw an arc which projects one side of the square creating the golden ratio as shown in figure(2).

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Fig. 2: Constructing Golden Ratio

Artists in the renaissance used the ratio 3/2 which is 1.5. They constructed it in an easier way. A square is split into two equal rectangles. One of its halves is added as a third part. This is how a rectangle which is divided into three parts is created, That’s why dividing by three is considered to be very sacred. Other ratios are very sacred as mentioned before like the root of two and three which is also known to be a golden ratio and the root of five. The numbers two, three and five are prime numbers. Those numbers create sequences of non repeating infinite decimals. For instance the square root of two creates 1.41421356237.. A square having a side length of 1 units would have its diagonal the root of two. A perfect square with such a diagonal keeps going to infinity without reaching the corner of the square, That’s because the line keeps adding a differential decreasing diagonal length till infinity. This Recalls’ Zeno’s Paradoxes argued by Zeno of Elea(490–430 BC). In a Zeno paradox an arrow can never reach its target because it has to cut half distance and quarter of distance in a sequence which would keep dividing by two till reaching an infinity of points. This is a metaphysical problem which Aristotle(384 BC – 322 BC) also discussed in one of his books paraphrasing

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Zeno saying: “In a race, the quickest runner can never overtake the slowest, since the pursuer must first reach the point whence the pursued started, so that the slower must always hold a lead”

**THE VESICA PISCIS
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Ancient world knew how to construct similar golden ratios using easy methods such as the Vesica Piscis which created more complicated geometrical forms and patterns such as the “Flower of Life” fig(3).

Fig. 3: The Flower of Life

The Vesica Piscis is created by intersecting two circles at their centers fig(4). From this shape came the proportion of the ancient and medieval world pointed and horseshow arches in architecture fig(5).

Fig. 4: Vesica Piscis

**Fig. 5: Vesica Piscis
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Source: http://www.glastonbury-pilgrim.co.uk/userfiles/clip_image002.jpg

**Sacred Geometry was used in various fields such as paintings, architecture,
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astronomy, astrology, and more. Its origins came from arithmetic and mathematics, that’s why it has many things in common with Numerology. It’s all based on the sacred arithmetical properties of numbers from which came sacred proportions and harmonics. It all came from philosophy the ocean which holds the secrets of the world. Philosophy is the knowledge of wisdom that can bridge the gap between all kinds of arts and sciences. It’s the way from basic mathematics and geometry to the advanced theories of astronomy and the gate to the realms of deep spirituality.

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INTRODUCTION TO NUMEROLOGY

As explained in the previous chapter, numbers were not considered in ancient world to be just a mathematical issue. Philosophers believed that everything poured out of the harmonies of numbers. They believed everything was made of numbers. Letters and phonetics were represented by numbers and words were converted into numbers to show their meanings according to their belief. Sounds were believed to have their meanings from their original hidden reality which was believed to be numbers as well. Music, Astronomy, Astrology and even spirituality were all based on numbers. It’s because they believed all numbers poured and manifested from the first original creator The One. All over the world numbers are used in various ways. Numbers are believed to have some mystic powers. In Occultism, Mysticism, Sufism numbers do play the major role. Alchemists and Magicians use numbers all the way. Divination is just based on numbers either in Geomancy, Four Pillars, I Ching, Tarot, Qi Star; it’s all based on numbers. Different monotheist religions find some numbers sacred as in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Also polytheism religions find a big interest in numbers. Hindu, Buddhism, Taoism, and Zen Buddhism is all based on the meanings of numbers and its powers. Energy healing in the Veda and the Chinese culture was all based on

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numbers and the magic squares which are assembled like Sudoku numbers. Feng Shui and Traditional Chinese Medicine date back its art of five elements balancing to an ancient holy turtle shell which showed the first 3X3 magic square from which all wisdom and knowledge came to the world fig(6). In the ancient world philosophies, numbers do interact and do have properties that’s because numbers relate to different aspects of life as they believed. Numbers do represent the life cycles according to their sacred wisdom. In Ancient China a hexagram which is a form of Geomancy would show the changes of the cycles of the world according to their belief fig(7). You can even use a 3x3 magic square to balance the energy of an environment or heal a patient with traditional Chinese

Fig. 7: Chinese Hexagram Fig. 6: 3X3 Magic Square

acupuncture. They even believed this magic square can tell a lot about a person and his future which is a sort of Astrology only based on numbers which they call the Four Pillars. The same concept was adopted by the Indians having a 4x4 magic square which they called Yantra from which came the Mandalas and Talismans. It is how they believed that such a magic square can protect you and create very simple forms for meditation and spirituality. Here is a very brief explanation for the ancient world Numerology as they

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believed; when numbers interact they create meanings and events or can be interpreted these ways. In Tarot divination for example, tarot cards have numbers and elements. The elements are represented in the form of cups, swords, pentacles, and wands. So for a little example having 5 cups in a card would represent a challenge and maybe some struggles in emotional aspects. The reason is that cups represent the water element which is considered to be the ruling element of emotional aspects, while

Fig. 8: Five of Cups Tarot Card

number 5 represents challenges and struggles for new beginnings Fig(8). Whether Tarot divination is a fact or a delusion I’m here only concerned about the philosophical part of Numerology which was part of Tarot in the Medieval world. According to the Chinese, Indian, and some Arab groups belief; a magic square used to be divided into cells called houses, Each house represented an element or an aspect of life like career, love, spirituality, etc.. a number appearing in a house would rule this aspect creating the personality of a new born or changing the future of a man due to the interaction of numbers with elements and aspects which was the same concept adopted in Astrology yet ruled by planets which manifest from numbers instead. That’s how many religions and philosophies believe in the power of numbers and interpret them through different schools. It appears that numbers do have meanings in some way and that’s what I discovered how

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to find the meanings of numbers and how to find the meanings of shapes through geometry. As music have impact on our souls and change our moods and can heal our bodies, so do shapes which are based on the same concept of music composition which is harmony known as design. We live in a grand design that is created by the greatest master of all who I know as God and others know him as the spirit of the world or the hidden first reality from which everything was created as they called him THE ONE. In this grand design everything talks the same language using the same harmony. In next chapter you will be introduced to how to read the hidden message in every creature and how to design like nature. In the next chapter you are introduced to Neometry.

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N e o m et r y

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As mentioned in previous sections, Neometry is concerned about creating functional and meaningful forms having harmony. It also focuses on decoding symbols and life forms into meanings. That’s why next chapters are assembled in an arrangement that shows the mechanics of Neometry through guided drawings starting from converting a single number into a form to creating sophisticated life forms and finding the codes of some living creatures.

**CONVERTING A SINGLE NUMBER INTO A FORM
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According to numerology, number one resembles the creator of all things. Number one is THE ONE who can’t be divided into parts but everything comes out of it. To represent one in geometry, a circle is drawn from a centre. This circle is the creator of all forms as the one can create all numbers by adding one to it. The one is the singularity that has no proportions and was always beyond space and time. The one created everything but nothing was next to the one at the beginning. To create everything the one added from its spirit another one which can be represented as another circle. This procedure created all numbers and all forms.

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Creation can be represented through two numerical ways; 1,2,3,4… knowing that one to four are necessary for the creation of everything as it takes three phases of creation by The One. Another way is through 1,1,2,3,5,8… which is the known Fibonacci sequence, knowing that 1 to 8 are the necessary elements for creation. Actually both sequences have the same meanings yet each one has a different geometrical manifestation Fig(9)

Fig. 9: Three Geometrical Sequences Showing The Process Of Creation

To create a single unit of creation, two circles intersect creating a Vesica Piscis. The Vesica Piscis can be called a seed like the seeds in the known flower of life in sacred

Fig. 10: Vesica Piscis

geometry. A single seed can represent number one as a unit for counting and not one THE ONE or one that represents the singularity Fig(10). The seed unit can be converted into two triangles represented in 2 and 3 as it is formed from two triangles fig(11).

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Fig. 11: The seed unit as drawn from two triangles depicting 2,3 as the counting unit 1

To create the form of a single number the number of seeds has to be created through the intersections of circles and the diagonals forming the standard geometrical shape have to be the joining point of the seeds fig.4. To create a solid the number is multiplied by 2 because of the diagonals and outer seeds. Fig(12)

Fig. 12: The figure shows how to convert numbers to forms through seeds in order to create solid forms

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Creating a form of a single number can be represented also in a geometrical non solid shape. Achieving this happens by dividing a circle by the needed number and creating the seeds. Multiplying by 2 using diagonals can then create the other seeds which creates a shape more of a solid form of the number yet still a 2D geometrical shape will keep replicating itself in case of 3 and 4 fig(13).

Fig. 13: Single numbers generated from the division of a circle

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**CONVERTING TWO NUMBERS INTO A FORM
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To convert two interacting numbers into a form; a circle is divided into two halves, each half is divided by the needed number, the units or the seeds are then created, then the units are multiplied by two to create a solid with the outer seeds. Interacting numbers always create meanings based on Numerology and forms with special proportions and angles. Those forms can create simple geometrical shapes, pendants, solid objects, life patterns such as leaves, and the sophistication can

Fig. 14: Creating a form out of two interacting numbers

reach the creation of forms that are similar to archetypal like human face forms Fig(14). The final form always depends on the selection of lines and transforming them through tangencies yet the final form will keep the meaning of the interacting numbers.

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**CONVERTING 3 NUMBERS OR MORE INTO A FORM
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As explained before; according to numerology numbers do have meanings and numbers act like personalities. That’s why interacting numbers cr eate extra meanings, behaviors, functions, and patterns. To create a pattern or a form based on three or more interacting numbers; each number is converted to its geometrical shape or star shape, the shapes are to be intersected, each shape should intersect as if each standard shape is added adjacently, the shape is then multiplied by two in order to create the outer seeds, and this would be the final solid form of the interacting numbers. Arcs and circles can be created as explained before since all this geometrical pattern comes from the seeds and circles Fig(15). This form can be used also as a design grid which will hold the proportions and angles of its numerical interaction preserving meanings. This way converting interacting numbers into forms can be achieved through a very simple procedure and still preserve meanings. A Form can also be converted into numbers by counting its seeds therefore understanding its meaning, behavior, and function. This form is created from the interaction of 5, 6, and 3 which creates a solid form that is similar to the human skull from its front and back with muscle.

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Fig. 15: Converting 3 interacting numbers into a solid form or a pattern

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Narmonics

The Interacting Harmonic Numbers

Narmonics is concerned about finding meanings of numbers through geometry. As shown in the previous pages, numbers can interact creating forms. In order for these forms to create harmonic meanings, some properties of numbers have to be understood based on geometry. Sacred numbers as known in many cultures can also be understood through Geometry. It all comes from the divine One from which all sacred numbers and geometry appeared through its manifestations. All forms can be understood and become in perfect harmony once related to the invisible circle the light of The One. It is the art of knowing the Archetypes, understanding them, their interactions, in order to harmonize them.

**FINDING HARMONIC NUMBERS
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In order to find harmonic numbers, numbers must be represented in their geometrical forms. As explained previously a circle has to be divided into the needed number in order to create its star shape. Therefore an angle can represent numbers. That’s why the angle 360 can represent the one, while 2 can be represented by 180, 3 by 120, 4 by 90, etc... To find 2 harmonic numbers, numbers have to be converted into angles

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and one of the numbers should be complementary to the other one. So if we want to find the harmonic number of 3 it would be 6 since the complementary of 120 is 60 which are the angles of 3 and 6, same for numbers 4 and 4 represented by 90 and 90 degrees. Ancient civilizations divided the circle into 6

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Fig. 16: The six as the perfect intersections of 6 circles

sectors each represented a whole one. While it is believed that 60 was chosen to be the angle of the one whole sector since it can be divided by many numbers. However I believe that the reason for choosing 6 as a whole one for each sector was because 6 is the only number that perfectly fits the seeds of 6 intersecting circles with the central one the seven Fig(16). Choosing the 360 can be due to the Luni-Solar sacred ancient calendars, while 60 is divisible by many numbers and is the perfect 6 divisions of the 360. In order to find 3 harmonic numbers the angle 180 can still be used for the complementary angles of the triangle. As for 4 numbers the angle 360 can be used. Numbers more than four can use the summation of the internal angles of standard shapes or the divisions of the circle which will be part of the 360 also. The sum of internal angles of any polygon is (n-2)*180 where n is the number of sides or angles. A group of harmonic three numbers can be: 6,6,6 / 4,6,12 /3,12,12 / 3,8,24 / 3,9,18 / 4,5,20 / 4,8,8 / 5,4,20 / 5,5,10 / 8,3,24 / 8,5,10 / 9,4,72 .

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SACRED NUMBERS

By dividing a circle into equal divisions numbers can create whole numbers of divisions as 1,2,3,4,5,6, 8,9,10,12,15,18,20,24,30,36,40,45,60,72,90,120, 180,360. This is a set of sacred numbers while their angles are the division of the 360 degrees by those numbers which create a reverse sequence of same numbers: 360,180,120,90,72,60,45,40,36,30,24,20,18,15,12,10,9,8,6, 5,4,3, 2 ,1. Small angles such as 45 degrees can be used in its complementary form which is 180-45= 135 degrees. The count of numbers in this set is 24 which is 6 according to numerology which is the perfect division of a circle. The summation of this set provides the number 1170 which is 9 according to numerology the perfect harmonic number as will also be explained in next few pages based on the geometrical form of 9. Because all numbers are created by the One and all have a central circle at which the centre of the seeds is located, a one can be added to all this sequence creating another sacred group of numbers that is: 7,11,13,16,19,21,25,31,37,41,46,61, 73,91,121,181 and, 361. The count of numbers in this set is 16 which is 7 according to numerology which are sacred numbers as will be explained in the next pages. Simplifying the first set of numbers by numerology creates a new set that is 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,1,3,6, 9,2,6,3,9,4,9,6,9,9,3,9,9 while the other set can be simplified to 7,2,4,7,1,3,7,4,1,5,1,7,1,1,4,1,1.

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SACRED SIMBOLOGY

Understanding meanings of sacred forms or sacred geometry is totally the same thing as understanding the meanings of numbers and angles in the invisible patterns behind forms. It is the same thing to create meanings based on this hidden sacred language which is all Sacred Simbology. Some numbers in Numerology hold some meanings such as One the singularity or the unity, Two the polarity, Three the creation, Four the Earth and stability, etc… Meanings of numbers change according to cultures, religions and philosophies. Therefore some cultures find number 13 to be of bad luck yet other civilizations find 13 to be a holy number. Here I’m not showing bad or good luck numbers or even

Fig. 17: Standard Shapes Resembling Numbers

meanings in religions yet I’m showing meanings that are derived from geometry and still can fit with philosophy and numerology. Some numbers are believed to have a geometrical form such as one which is depicted as a circle or a central point and resembles singularity and infinity, number two is believed to be the line or the two points being polarity,

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number three is drawn as a triangle that resembles trinity in three points and creation since it’s the first geometrical shape, number four is believed to be the square that resembles stability like a structure with four pillars or the earth having the four directions (North, East, South, and West), while other standard shapes resemble some other numbers Fig(17). Narmonics explains the meanings through shapes and as explained before shapes are created from the intersections of circles at a central circle. It was also explained that numbers are the divisions of the one or the circle that’s why the structure of standard geometrical shapes come from the division of a circle Fig.9.

Fig. 18: Numbers As The Divisions of A Circle

Number One: The point or the centre or the circle and as explained it represents infinity, The One, The creator of all things, Unity and singularity.

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Number one is the Archetype of the creator, the Hero or the Leader and

Number Two: The polarity between two points that creates interaction. Number two is the first phase of creation which created the first seed yet it has no proportions. It can represent strong interaction that can cause conflicts due to the angle 180 since the two points oppose each other. it represents opposition. Number two is the Archetype of polarity, the feminine part of the man that needs interaction, and triumphal victory in battles. Number two represents the element Fire. Number Three: The first creation before the Earth in the heavenly world. It is the second phase of creation which created the first two dimensional shapes or planar shapes. This phase is the start of proportions and angles. It is the first step towards meanings. And since it’s composed of three points having an angle 120 between them it represents trine which is an angle having no conflicts. That’s because when one of the three point loads on the other two, they can bear the load like the arch structures or arcades. Number three is the Archetype of peace and is the archetype of heavens, the heavenly divine creation and eternity. Number three represents the element air. Number four: The creation in the Earthly world which is a corrupted world. It is the third and final phase of creation which can create three dimensional solids and forms. Since it’s composed of four points having 90 degrees between each, it represents stability and balance if horizontal, yet the relation 90 degrees which is called the square is not a good relation as it can collapse because of cracks if vertical. If number four which represents the

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earth added to its spirit the heavens it can reach the trine to find the One. This can be explained through a pillar holding a huge stone with a 120 degrees supporting triangle or using domes and arches in buildings. As the Arches and domes fix the earthly buildings to go vertically towards the sky, the world was fixed by the Holy Spirit. The four is the archetype of the self or the psyche that struggles against corruption trying to be divine. Number four represents the element Earth. Number Five: The first creature on the earth and can represent humans. Since all numbers can be created from 1 to 4 and creation is through 3 stages after the one. It appears like number five can be 4+1 which is adding a spirit or light from the One to the earth giving it life and protection against corruption, or creating humans from the earth. Five seeds can create a human face having 2 eyes, a nose, and lips having a split in its half. Number 5 is the head and four limbs having a center which represents the psyche and its central self in the heart. It is the Archetype of life, protection and struggle against death. Number Six: It represents intercourse and love since it’s the intercourse of two threes or two triangles. it is 3x2, 3+3. The angle 60 is an angle that creates all necessary angles of life without the square or the 90 degrees. It includes opposition, trine, and sextile. When reaching the six the five adds to its spirit one or humans add to their spirits by adding one through the holy rituals of marriage, intercourse, love and bond. Number 6 is the interaction of polarities that creates peace, not wars and conflicts. It is through differences, varieties, polarities, and changes; love, peace and wisdom can be achieved. In the face it adds the eye chakra as a sixth seed

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for the human face. Number six is the archetype of holy marriage, holy rituals, insight, consciousness, Integrity, wisdom and magic. Number six represents the element Water. Number Seven: It represents wholene ss and the perfect soul. A circle can’t be divided into seven. Seven is beyond the six and it is the perfection of the perfection. It is the 7th middle circle or the centre of the 6 which is the one and adding one to the 6 to find The One. Number seven is the archetype of the nobles, the divine souls, the ascending masters, saints, the tree of life, flying to the heavens, the seven wars towards controlling the inner self. Number seven represents Ether. Number Eight: It represents universal interactions and perfect stability and balance by two interacting fours. Number eight represents the complete three dimensional solid forms created at the third phase of creation by the four. A line -which is number two- can create a 2D shape when having another line. Therefore two by two creates a 2 dimensional shape. In order to create a 3D solid there must be a third line a 2x2x2 which creates volume. The solid volumetric form of 8 is16 which is formed by the outer seeds. According to BioGeometry® number 16 is a golden number that creates balance and from it comes the golden ratio 1.618. Dividing the circle into 8 divisions create the angle 45 which creates both square interactions and opposition and can be created by two squares. The angle 45 and its summation can create healthy interacting angles such as 135 and 45 which is very near to 60 and 120. Number 8 or the star of 8 is the first 3x3 magic square that forms the universal interactions yet numbers filling a magic square has to be filled not to create conflicts caused by oppositions and

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squares. This magic square was used by all civilizations. Number 8 is the archetype of the Alchemist and the search for the golden soul and the gold qualities. It’s also an archetype for Mystic rituals and occultism. Number Nine: It represents harmony and individuation. It is the integration of the uncommon and the opposites. It’s the deep spirituality and inherited paranormal. Number nine is the division of the circle by 40 degrees. This creates many possibilities of interactions without conflicts yet needs spirituality otherwise no interactions would take place. The star of nine can form a 3D solid when adding another 9 seeds which creates the 18. And since 18 is a perfect division of the circle adding the central circle would create 19 which is a perfect holy number. As the 9 is deeply spiritual and wise adding one to its 18 creates the 19, also when a deeply spiritual and wise person keeps seeking for The One, The One adds light to his soul and finds his way to enlightenment. The nine is the archetype of Cooperation, Collaboration, The peace maker, The Psychic, the enlightened soul, Gnosticism.

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ANGLES OF INTERACTION

Many angles of interaction can be found from the angles of each number. Angles can be easily derived by the summation of the same angle. All numbers are from The One and Part of the One, that’s why they all lead to The One which is the angle 360 degrees.

Number One: 360 Number Two: 180,360 Number Three: 120,240,360 Number Four: 90,180,270,360 Number Five: 72,144,216,288,360 Number Six: 60,120,180,240,300,360 Number Eight: 45, 90,135,180,225,270,315,360 Number Nine: 40, 80,120,160,200,240,280,320,360

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It appears from the previous angles that the angles 180, 120, and 90 are very essential angles for creation. They are the angles that can form geometrical pattern grids and fit perfectly. By divisions all angular numbers can be produced. 180/2=90, 120/2=60, 90/2=45 120/4, 120/3=40. It appears again that all numbers and all forms can by created from one to four. For example the four has a two appearing in the180 but in a new manifestation having the 90 and 270,The same for the six which is an interaction of the two and three that’s why we find the 120,180,240 in the six. It is clear that the eight is another manifestation of the two and the four having 90,180, and 270 in it. The nine is the perfect manifestation of the 3 having the 120 and 240 while the 40 comes from the 3 parts of 120. Numbers and shapes need each other in order to exist and function. In order to find their purpose they have to find their traits. Finding our traits helps us to self operate and with others makes us cooperate.

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**TRAITS of GEOMETRICAL NUMBERS
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Number One: is the hidden trait that all numbers and shapes have and can only be seen when complete and perfected. Number Four: it has the trait of two and needs the two. Number Five: its traits are hidden and is lost if it did not search for The One since it was created from the four with adding one to its soul. Number Six: it has the traits of two and three and needs them. Number Seven: It is the five after finding its way to The One. Number Eight: It has the traits of two and four and needs them. Number Nine: It has the traits of three and three. A group of harmonic numbers based on traits is 2,4 / 2,3,6/ 5,7/ 2,4,8/ 3,6,9

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**HARMONIZING SACRED ANGLES
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Previously it was explained that there is a relation between numbers and angles. Angles mentioned previously can generate more angles by subtracting them from 180 or 360. Following the same previous rules of how to harmonize numbers by the 180 and 360 summations, harmonized angles can be found by converting harmonic numbers into angles. Here is a group of harmonic angles: 60,60,60 / 90,60,30 / 120,30,30 / 120,45,15 / 120,40,20 / 90,72,18 / 90,45,45 / 72,90,18 / 72,72,36 / 45,120,15 / 45,72,36 / 40,90,5 . More angles can be found by the traits of numbers such as 90,180/ 60,180,120/ 45,180,90/40,120.

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**HARMONIC NUMBERS’ WHEEL
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Because numbers are composed of main nine numbers from 1 to 9 and 9 is a harmonic number that harmonizes numbers, number nine can represent a wheel. Therefore a circle of nine numbers each at a sector of the 9 divisions circle can represent numbers being in harmony Fig(19).

Fig. 19: Harmonic Number’s Wheel

The nine numbers in the wheel can show a cycle that is similar to human life. A man is born at the one from the spirit of The One, he starts fighting and crying when at the two, he then starts to learn and be more creative and love to create things when at three, he then starts to be rational and corrupted since he starts having experience at the four, After this he beings to be a human who is responsible for himself and starts to find himself being a man at the five. The man then starts to find more purpose in the world so he gets married at the six, then he starts to find answers till he find his soul and is connected with his spirit at the seven. A man who finds his way to his soul starts to be into mysticism or occultism or religious belief, rituals, and be wise at the Eight, and after being so deep connected with the

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light in himself or being reflected from God he stars being enlightened at the nine. If a person reaches all these levels he then eats from the tree of life and starts a new cycle in a new eternal world. Number harmonies can be achieved from this wheel. Many sequences can be delivered such as 1,3,5,7,9/ 2,4,6,8/ 1,4,7/ 2,5,8/ 3,6,9/. Interactions of numbers provide meanings, for example1,3,5,7,9 is more of a peaceful and spiritual sequence starting from the one then finding the One till finding harmony and peace.

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**COLORS AND NUMBERS
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Numbers can be converted into colors starting from Black and ending with White. Number one is Black, two is Red, three is Orange, four is Yellow, five is Green, six is Blue, seven is Indigo, eight is Violet, and nine is White Fig(20).

Fig. 20: Colors and Numbers

It appears from the wheel that Black was the start of things knowing that one here is a phase or a stage and not The One who is the creator. Creation started at Red as days start from the sun set in many cults and religions while fire is Red. Peace at three appears to have the Orange color which is a healing color, while four is Yellow which is the earth color. Five is the Green energy of the human heart. Six is the blue water color, seven is Indigo which is a healing spiritual color. Eight is Violet which is also a spiritual color. As for nine it is the harmony that reaches enlightenment and the start of a new cycle which is White or White light, or eternity. This wheel is not a wheel for selecting colors as the 12 color wheel, yet it is used only to match colors with numbers to have their meanings.

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**THE END OF CYCLES THE 13
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As explained previously dividing the circle provides a set of numbers and angles which is 1,2,3,4 ,5,6, 8,9,10,12,15,18,20,24,30,36,40,45,60,72,90,120, 180,360. It was also explained that this set can be simplified as the sequence 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,1,3,6, 9,2,6,3,9,4,9,6,9,9,3,9,9. This sequence has some properties since its summation provides the number 135 which is the complementary angle of 45 the eight and the number 9 with adding its units. This sequence also has other properties by adding its numbers which provides sacred numbers for example; 1+2=3, 3+4=7, 5+6=11,etc…The same sequence can be added by another way which is similar to adding the Fibonacci sequence that adds sacred numbers like adding 1+2=3,2+3=5,3+4=7, 4+5=9. Each way of adding the sequence provides another group of sacred numbers. Here is the first set of numbers :3,7,11,17,4,15,8,12,13,15,12,18. The second set is 3,5,7,9,11,14,17,10,4,9,15,11,8,9,12,13,15,15,18,12,12,18. As explained before, nine represents the physical circle as it contains the nine numbers while in harmony. Number nine was also explained to be an end of a cycle and a start of a new cycle. That’s why numbers in t he sequence 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,1,3,6, 9,2,6,3,9,4,9,6,9,9,3,9,9 create a sequence that keeps going in cycles till ending at the last 9. Because the 9 is the end of each cycle this sequence is part of 13 cycles. The cycles keep rotating

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around the center of the nine numbers wheel till the last and final cycle the numbers in each cycle: 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9/1,3,6,9/2,6/3/9/4/9/6/9/9/ 3/9/9 Fig(22). Each cycle of the sequence can be summed to be

11/19/8/3/9/4/9/6/9/9/3/9/9. The Mayans believed 13 to be the end of cycles that the long count calendar counted for. They also used to divide the year into a cycle of 18 month each 20 days. It is now clear that from the summation of each two numbers in the sequence creates12 numbers while the last is 18 and the 18x20=360 which is the number of days in an ancient Luni-solar year. 12 is a system of cycles that we use each day while the13 is the end of cycles. That’s why 18 can represent the 12 cycles or months while 13 is the end of cycles and the coming of the new sun according to the Mayans.

Fig. 22: The 13 Cycles as Represented on The Numbers Wheel

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Number 12 is used to represent the perfect universal cycles and interactions as it is a very sacred number that comes out of 2, 3, 6, and12. It also has the interactions of 3 and 4. That’s why number twelve has all sacred angles of interaction; 180, 120, 90, 60. These angles come from converting 12 to its angle which is 30 that provides 30,60,90,120,150,180,210,240,270,300,330, 360. Number 12 can be created as geometry creates by the the six. intercourse of two triangles which Having the perfect 6 in its solid form creates the 12 by adding the outer seeds of the 6. This is done by multiplying the 6 by 2 which creates the 12 cycles in a year, in a day, in a night, the zodiac, harmonic a magic colors wheel, wheel,

**lunar cycles per year, the aspects in astrology charts and the most harmonic
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Fig. 23: Number twelve created from the intercourse of 2 triangles

angles 120, and 60. It also creates the perfect number 60 that is the number of minutes in an hour which was explained earlier in the previous pages Fig(23).

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**CROSSING NUMBERS & INTERCOURSE
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When multiplying two numbers by each other, a product is produced. Numbers are productions of other numbers. They are the result of reproduction or intercourse that takes place between two numbers or more possibilities of numbers. For instance number 12 is the intercourse of two possibilities 3x4 and 2x6 that’s why number twelve holds the traits of the four numbers having the angles 120, 90,180, and 60. Same for number 18 that is born from the intercourse of 9x2 and 6x3, that’s why th is number inherited the traits of 9, 2, 6, and 3 which are the angles 40, 180, 60, and 120. So in the case of the new born 18 its shape angle must be an angle that provides the inherited traits that’s why its angle would be 20 that can preserve the traits.

**SUMMATION, INTEGRATION & CROSSING
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Adding two to four creates 6, that’s when integrating a square with a line which produces a hexagon yet a deformed hexagon. It is said that all numbers can be created from one to four and that’s possible since they have the most essential traits. Integrating two numbers or adding two of them needs a rearrangement process for the internal angles of the shape in order to exist.

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When creating the six as a result of integrating 2+4 in the physical world, the soul of six starts to exist as a meaning or a concept or like archetypes. In order to exist it must take a new form and become a new creature. That’s when the 6 is given spirit from The One in order to exist. When the 6 starts to know it is a 6 and not a 2+4 it then starts to find its original traits which comes from the intercourse of the 3x2. Here the 6 starts to be formed like a fetus in the womb of his mother. The angle 60 that provides both 120 and 180 can then create the shape. Angles are the manifestations and the actions of the spirit that is inherited from The One. Angles are the start of the creation process. Angles and proportions produced by angles are manifestations that act through the law of its purpose. That’s why the angle creates the shape through the area of each triangle in each sector of the shape. The angle of 6 in this case is 60 which assembles the hexagon in its perfect form having the traits of 3 and 2 and the integration or summation of 2 and 4 Fig(24)

Fig. 24: Angle assembly and rearrangement

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Neometry Forms By The Author

While developing Neometry I tried to construct some forms to prove that numbers can be converted to forms and vice versa as explained in previous chapters. It all started when I found that those numbers can manifest in such archetypal forms having sacred proportions. And That’s when I understood that this can be applied to all fields of life starting from cartoon drawing and character design to anatomy and animal forms. I found it can be applied to ancient world simbology and even modern physics. It can help us understand allotropes of molecules and virus geometrical forms. Neometry can go very far to Nanotechnology and more. Even platonic solids, geodesy, and Fractal Geometry can be applied using same methods of harmonies and angles of interactions discussed in previous chapters. In this chapter I show you some of my very basic rough sketches that I drew when I was developing Neometry. I’m showing this so you might see some very basic examples of conversions from numbers to simple forms.

**NEOMETRY ROUGH SKETCHES
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I created the face in fig(25) from numbers 7,4,4. From the properties of those numbers this archetype personality is of a strong and very willing character that hardly changes its mind yet has magical abilities and super powers. This character has a very stable and balanced nature.

Fig. 25: A face created from 7,4,4

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The beast is a form that creates the archetype of Lions, Cats, and other living creatures. It is created from 6,6,6 which means that such archetypes have very strong spiritual abilities yet can be very evil fig(26). Maybe that’s why it is believed the antichrist has the number 666. Maybe that’s why cats

Fig. 26: The Lion Created From 6,6,6

are also believed to have some mystical powers! Yet 6,6,6 is a pattern having proportions that can create many other forms and is very useful. No one can say cats are evil because they have a beast archetype.

Dogs, This one was very funny because I was trying to create a powerful manifestation of the number 19 when this dog archetype appeared from 3,5,5,6 fig(27). According to numerology 19 is very powerful as it comes from the multiplication of 9 by two then adding one to its spirit to go from 18 to 19 which is very spiritual

Fig. 27: The Dog Created From 3,5,5,6

as discussed earlier. 19 is powerful yet loving and in harmony. 19 is even considered to be the guard of spiritual gates. Isn’t this the spirit of dogs? The loving, the powerful, the guarding, and the most in harmony when in love.

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The Egyptian Sphinx in the Giza Plateau fig(28), This was one of my discoveries when I was searching for the most stable forms of geometry and numbers. 16 which comes from 4x4 or 2x8 which is the most stable form of the 4. This form manifests from the absolute stability and perfect

Fig. 28: The Sphinx Created From 4,4

power due to the balance in 16, boldness and power in 8, stability and will in 4, and the aggressiveness in number 2. This is why the proportions of this face are very powerful and have a hidden message that we all feel when we see it.

The chicken was the funniest when I was trying some numbers in harmony such as 4,8,8 and a chicken appeared fig(29). Of course as I mentioned before such combinations can be used to create other shapes and forms. This just shows how our nature is ruled by a set of ratios, angles converted to sacred shapes and life forms.

Fig. 29: The Chicken created from 4,8,8

and proportions that can simply be understood through numbers and

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One of my evil characters that I created from a group of numbers 4,6,4,9 fig(30). I remember feeling afraid when I seen it because I used to dream of it. I felt better somehow after drawing it maybe this was a Carl Jung’s individuation process or some sort of art therapy when I revealed a hidden archetype from my psyche and took control over it.

Fig. 30: A character created from 4,6,4,9

As mentioned in the book introduction, This is not a full illustrated book of Neometry. Neometry is far beyond all these examples and has much more capabilities, implications, and applications. Keep your creativity and listen to your hearts to understand nature’s language. Stay tuned and design like nature because nature talks. Use your mind, body, and spirit. Use your compass, rulers and protractors, to let the forms speak.

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10- Baffioni, Carmela, "Ikhwân al-Safâ’", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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11- Michael Miller, Music Theory, THE COMPLETE IDIOT’S GUIDE TO, 2nd Edition, AlPHA A member of Penguin Group (USA) inc., 2005 12- Stuart R. Kaplan, The Encyclopedia of Tarot, U. S. Games Systems, 2005 13- Ibrahim Karim, “Back To a Future for Mankind: BioGeometry”, BioGeometry Consulting Ltd, 1st Edition, 2010 14- The Red Book of C.G. Jung, RUBIN MUSEUM OF ART, October 7, 2009 - February 15, 2010, http://www.rmanyc.org/nav/exhibitions/view/308 15- Balaguer, Mark, "Platonism in Metaphysics", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Summer 2009 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.), URL = <http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/sum2009/entries/platonism/>. 16- Annemarie Schimmel, The Mystery of Numbers, Oxford University Press, 1994 17- Smiley, C. H. The Antiquity and Precision of Mayan Astronomy. Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Vol. 54, p.222. Bibliographic Code: 1960JRASC..54..222S. 18- Joanna Martine Woolfolk, “The Only Astrology Book You'll Ever Need: Twenty-First-Century Edition”, Taylor Trade Publications, 2012 19- John North, Cosmos: An Illustrated History of Astronomy and Cosmology, University of Chicago Press, 2008

20- Wael Fouda, SUBTLE ENERGY: A PHYSICS INTERACTING FORCE, ElSafa Press, First Edition, 2013

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تم تسجيل الفكرة بالشهر العقاري المصري في 29يناير 2013

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اٌشٚا٠ب رّضً فظٍ١خ اٌزلُ ٚاٌشىً ِّب ٠سبػذ ػٍ ٝفِ ُٙؼٕ ٝاٌ١ٙئخ ٚرفبػالرٙب .ثذٌه ّ٠ىٓ فُٙ اٌىض١ز ِٓ اٌزِٛس اٌمذّ٠خ وّب ٠س ًٙر١ٌٛذ اٌّؼبٔ ٚ ٟاألشىبي إٌٙذس١خ اٌح١خ. وّب أْ األرلبَ رزحبة ٚرزٕبغُ فبٌشٚا٠ب رزحبة أ٠ضب ً ٚرزٕبغُ ٚف ٟاٌظفحبد اٌزبٌ١خ رٛض١ح ٌّغّٛػخ ِٓ رٍه اٌشٚا٠ب اٌّزغبٔسخ ٚاٌّزؼبٔٚخ ٚو١ف١خ اسزخزاعٙب٠ .زضح أ٠ضب ً أْ األرلبَ اٌّمذسخ ٚاٌشٚا٠ب اٌحبوّخ رخزط ِٓ ِززبٌ١خ ٕ٘ذس١خ رلّ١خ ِزٕبغّخ ّ٠ ٚىٓ أْ ٠زُ رحٍٙ٠ٛب إٌٝ دائزح ٌزفبػالد األرلبَ .ثبسزخذاَ رٍه اٌذائزح ّ٠ىٓ ر١ٌٛذ اٌؼذ٠ذ ِٓ األرلبَ اٌّزٕبغّخ ٚاٌّززبٌ١بد اٌز٠بض١خ اٌّزؼٍمخ ثجؼضٙب اٌجؼض .األٌٛاْ ٘ ٟأ٠ضب ً طٛرح ِٓ طٛر األرلبَ اٌزّ٠ ٟىٓ ِؼزفخ ػاللزٙب ثبألرلبَ ِٓ خالي دائزح األرلبَ اٌّزٕبغّخ. ّ٠ىٓ ٌألرلبَ ٚاألشىبي اٌزشاٚط ثح١ش رم َٛاألشىبي ثز١ٌٛذ أشىبي عذ٠ذح ِزؼٍمخ ثبألرلبَ األطٍ١خ ف ٟاٌفظبئً إٌٙذس١خ ٚاٌز ٟرزحذد حست اٌشٚا٠ب.

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**مختصر فكرة األرقام الهندسية كتشكيل و معاني كما سجلت بالشهر العقاري
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اٌشىً إٌٙذس ٟثٕسجٗ ٚسٚا٠بٖ ٌغش ح١ز اإلٔسبْ ٌ ٚفذ أزجب٘ٗ ثً ٚخفك ٌٗ اٌمٍت ٚحزن اٌٛعذاْ ػجز وً سِبْ .فؼجز اٌؼظٛر درص اإلٔسبْ ٔست اٌّخٍٛلبد ٚاٌحٛ١اْ فىبْ ِٓ شأْ ألذَ اٌحضبراد أْ ٠سٚٛا أثٕ١خ ٚرّبص ٟ٘ ً١األرٚع ٚاألل ٜٛثً ٚاألثم .ٝف ٟوً رِش لذِٛا ِؼبٔ ٟوض١زح ٚف ٟوً ػٍُ أخفٛا خج١أح ٘ ٟطٛرح ِٓ طٛر ػٍ َٛاٌحىّخ اٌمذّ٠خ. ٘ذا اٌؼًّ اٌفٕ ٟأ ٚإٌٙذس ٟأ ٚاٌفٍسفِ ٛ٘ ٟحبٌٚخ ٌف ُٙاألّٔبط إٌٙذس١خ ٚاٌز٠ ٟخزط ِٕٙب رغٍ١بد ٚطٛر ٌٍح١بح ف ٟأشىبٌٙب اٌّخزٍفخ .فىّب ٠ذرص اٌذارس ْٛإٌٙذسخ اٌّمذسخ ٌفٔ ُٙست األشىبي ٚاٌىبئٕبد اٌح١خ ف ٟاٌطج١ؼخ ٌ١زعؼٛا ٔسجٙب إٌ ٝإٌسجخ اٌذ٘ج١خ فف ٟاٌظفحبد اٌزبٌ١خ ٠زضح أْ إٌست اٌذ٘ج١خ ٌ١سذ وبف١خ ٌف ُٙاٌطج١ؼخ ،فبٌطج١ؼخ ٌ١سذ ِغزد ٔست ٌىٕٙب ٔست رخزط ِٓ أّٔبط ٕ٘ذس١خ رؼطٙ١ب طفبد ٚرفبػالد ٚخظبئض ٚأفؼبالد ِ ٚؼبٔ .ٟإٔٙب اٌطج١ؼخ رزحذس إٌٕ١ب ثٍغزٙب اٌّحسٛسخ ثبٌمٍت ٚاٌّمزٚءح ثبٌٕٙذسخ. ّ٠ىٓ ثٙذا اٌفٓ إٌٙذس ٟأْ ٠زُ رح ً٠ٛاألرلبَ إٌ ٝأشىبي ٕ٘ذس١خ وّب ّ٠ىٓ رح ً٠ٛرفبػالد ٚرغسذ طٛر ِٓ ِغّٛػخ ِٓ األرلبَ إٌ ٝأشىبي أوضز رؼم١ذاً رؼجز ػٓ ِؼبٔٚ ٚ ٟظبئف اٌطج١ؼخ ٚ .ألْ ٌألشىبي طفبد ِ ٚؼبٔ ٟوبْ الثذ ِٓ رّ١١ش األرلبَ ٚاألشىبي ٚف ُٙخظبئض وً رلُ ٚاٌذّ٠ ٞضٍٗ ِٓ شىًٌٙ .ذا رزضّٓ اٌظفحبد طزق حسبة ٚإ٠غبد األرلبَ اٌّزٕبغّخ أٚ اٌّزحبثخ ٘ ٚذا ػٓ طز٠ك أسبٌ١ت ٕ٘ذس١خ ثس١طخ ٚ .وّب أْ األرلبَ ٌٙب خٛاص ِ ٚؼبٔ ٟوبْ الثذ ِٓ ٚعٛد أرلبَ طبحجخ شأْ رف١غ ث ٓ١األرلبَ األخز ٟ٘ ٚ ٜاٌّؼزٚفخ ثبألرلبَ اٌّمذسخ ٟ٘ ٚ أرلبَ خبطخ ٌٙب طفبد رٕجغ ِٓ شىٍٙب إٌٙذسّ٠ ٚ ٟىٓ رحذ٠ذ٘ب ػٓ طز٠ك اٌشٚا٠ب اٌظح١حخ اٌز ٟرٕزظ ػٓ لسّبد اٌذائزح اٌىبٍِخ. اٌزِش٠خ ِ ٚؼبٔ ٟاألرلبَ ٚاألشىبي رف ِٓ ُٙخالي دراسخ خظبئض وً شىً ٕ٘ذسّ٠ ٟضٍٗ رلُ ِٓ ٚصُ ٠ظٙز وّب ٘ٚ ٛاضح ف ٟاٌظفحبد اٌزبٌ١خ أٔٗ ٕ٘بن ِغّٛػخ سٚا٠ب حبوّخ ٌزفبػالد

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Neometry is how to convert meanings into forms having life proportions. This new approach is based on converting Numbers into Geometry while still preserving the golden ratio. It can also convert G...

Neometry is how to convert meanings into forms having life proportions. This new approach is based on converting Numbers into Geometry while still preserving the golden ratio. It can also convert Geometry into numbers to find its archetype. Neometry is concerned about meanings that are manifested through the power of numbers known as Numerology and the power of Sacred Geometry.

It's how nature speaks, planets orbit the sun, and living things find their functions. This is the hidden language of nature that reveals itself through Neometry.

It's how nature speaks, planets orbit the sun, and living things find their functions. This is the hidden language of nature that reveals itself through Neometry.

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