Math: The Language of Numbers

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The Language of Numbers

  • History of Numbers
    • God – Adam – Enoch – Noah – Abraham – Egypt 
    • Writing numbers
    • Numbers with logos
    • Examples of using numbers
      • SEVEN – Hebrew holidays, clean before they celebrate
      • Snow White – clean before she met the SEVEN dwarfs
      • Cinderella – changed her clothes NINE times – learning line upon line
    • Hebrew Aleph Bet was originally created as numbers too
      • Aleph is ONE and the first letter A
    • Numbers and Shapes can become trusted teachers and worthy tools
    • Levels of Learning
      • Surface Leve – Mind
      • Symbolic Level – Heart
      • Sacred Level – Spirit
    • The Language of Numbers 101, become Nummerate!
      • Introduction
        • The numbers 1 – 10 are the basic, foundational numbers…the building blocks to ALL other numbers.
        • Numbers 1 -10 are the sourcebook for patterns and are found in nature. 
        • In order to read God’s book of nature you need to be familiar with its alphabet = shapes and number.
        • We see nature but we don’t recognize the language in which it can be “read” 
      • Numbers are not just Quantities but have Qualities and personalaities too
      • Each number has a shape attached to it
        • 1 – point and circle
        • 2 – line and vesica pieces 
        • 3 – triangle
        • 4 – square
        • 5 – pentagon
        • 6 – hexagon
        • 7 – heptagon
        • 8 – octagon 
        • 9 – nonagon
        • 10 – decagon
      • Each shape has imperfect shapes related to it
        • 4 – parallelogram, diamond, etc. 
        • 5 – pentagram, spiral, etc. 
      • Odd numbers
        • Male
        • Complete a task
      • Even Numbers
        • Female
        • Begin a task
      • Triangle Numbers
        • Any number that can form a triangle in quantity 
        • 1 , 3, 6, 10
      • Square Numbers
        • Any number that can form a square in quantity
        • 1, 4, 9, 16, 15
      • Parents of all other numbers
        • 1 & 2
        • They have special characteristics that make then different than all the rest of the numbers. 

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