Nine holds within it a powerful resonance within our holofractographic, base-10 reality. Nine is the largest number in the decimal system. Nine is really the largest number of all, as every other number thereafter is a reflection of the Ennead, expressing itself in scalar expansions and contractions of 10.

10 is not a number, but more of a concept, or you could say it’s Nature’s way of organizing herself. The Pythagoreans considered there to be only 7 numbers in reality. Unity and duality, 1 and 2, were not considered numbers. Numbers began at three and ended at the most auspicious of all, NINE.

*Ancient mathematical philosophers called NINE the “finishing post” and “that which brings completion”. – Michael Schneider – ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Constructing the Universe’*

Ten is the combination of something with nothing. The one is borrowed from the Ennead with the addition of zero to organize all numbers with this built-in qualitative invariance in their expansion and contraction. In other words 432,000, the number of years in the Kali Yuga (a time cycle in the Vedic tradition) has the same meaning and symbolism as 43,200, the number of seconds on the face of a clock, and the Great Pyramid’s expansion factor in relation to Earth’s northern hemisphere.

The numbers may vary by the total amount zeros, but their qualitative expression remains the same no matter how big or small.

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. The great geometric genius (alliteration aside) of the 20th Century, 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, number essence, reduced ordinal values, horizontal addition, and numeric reduction.

55 has a digital root of 1 because 5+5=10, and 1+0= 1

456 Kabbalistically reduces to 6, since 4+5+6= 15 , and 1+5= 6

## The Great Golden Pyramid

Some claim that we have the technology to build a replica of the Great Pyramid of Giza today, while others suggest the intricate detail, being so far advanced, is impervious to the consciousness of modern man.

The golden proportion is found throughout the Great Pyramid of Giza. The picture above shows a few ways phi and phee are encoded into its structure. As we will see Pi is also found in the measurements of this magnificent giant. Mainstream academia dismisses these findings since they are not 100% accurate.(They are 99.9+% accurate). Little do they know that 100% precision is unobtainable in the real world. 100% can only be achieved conceptually.

Our hubris blinds us to the possibility that the Ancients were far more advanced. Sure, we may have iphones and nanotechnology, but the ineffable brilliance and extreme precision attained by the Ancients through their architecture is still unattainable for experts in 2015.

“The wealth of numerical and scientific knowledge encoded in the structure of the pyramid is considered anachronistic. It is so far beyond the supposed capacity of its age that respectable scholars shy away from studying it. Others have hailed it as an alien artifact, the work of gods or space-beings. These reactions have a common source, ignorance of the ancient science. The pyramid retains many mysteries, most obviously in its construction; its standards of craft and engineering are inexplicable to modern experts. As a monumental record, however, it is a true product of its age, a summary of the esoteric code of numbers and proportions that, according to Plato in the Laws, maintained the high civilization of Egypt unchanged ‘for at least ten thousand year’. That sounds like a science worthy of the name. The ancient monument-builders of Egypt and elsewhere were obviously familiar with the mathematical constants such as π and ᵠ and in their units of measurement is clear proof that they had precise knowledge of the earth’s dimensions. In that they were far ahead of the eighteenth-century French scientists whose inaccurate measuring of the meridian led to a metre that is sadly deficient by ancient standards.” (How the World Is Made, The Story of Creation According to Sacred Geometry, John Michell with Allan Brown, Inner Traditions, 2009, pp. 40 and 42).