Friday, December 19, 2008


This has nothing to do with today’s math. At least I don’t think it does….

I was thinking about Supreme Mathematics manifestations, i.e. the order that they are displayed. Clearly there is a pre-existing order to the math (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0). But the knowledge, wisdom, understanding, culture/freedom, power/refinement, equality, god, build/destroy, born, cipher. There is a reason for the order.

Knowledge is the foundation of everything in existence… et al. Well ‘1’ begins the numerical system; therefore it’s the foundation. Wisdom corresponds with ‘2’. You cannot have wisdom without having knowledge 1st. And Understanding is a clearly drawn picture in one’s mind through knowledge and wisdom. It’s clear that 1,2 & 3 are in the appropriate order to build.

Can you really be free know who you are and express your lifestyle without 1 2 & 3 beforehand? And Power/refinement… Isn’t that a product of being free to knowledge your culture? Equality (6) comes along to show us balanced living and is 1+2+3. So it’s clear that 1,2 &3 was needed (as always) before hand and in that order. God (7) comes through as always to represent. I find it interesting that God comes in at 7 in the Supreme Math as well as the Supreme Alphabet. God is omnipotent. Build /Destroy comes along at this point because now that we have built up our spheres we need to know how to righteously govern it by building and destroying. Born is 9. 9 months to bring a child into this realm and 9 stages to manifest mentally. And a cipher indicates completion.

I draw this up to mean that mathematics is not just approaching life according to the ideal that each date brings; but to manifest our existences in an orderly fashion that is right and exact. Older people say you have to crawl before you can walk. I see this adage as a meaning that we all have to go though a process while walking our baby to adult to elder steps through this nation. And the learning doesn’t stop after Pluto.

Well…. Gotta get on my grind….

Allah was a genius, and I sincerely love his mathematics.