Iona Miller's SYNDEX 2:Synergetic Revisioning of Number Dynamics In Light of Ancient Metrology & Modern Cosmography,

by Iona Miller & Robert Marshall, 1998

by Iona Miller & Robert Marshall, 1998

**The primary subject of this book, the Hindu divine numberword Om/108, is called the number of the Universe. The graphic enspiralment of the natural number continuum into a mandala or mandalog (based on 108 axes) formed Marshall's crucial tool for investigation of hidden properties of numbers. Multiples of 108 form the basis of Indian time measurement, the**

*Yugas*and Ages.**SYNCHROGRAPH C**

#108, AUM or OM, THE NUMBER OF THE UNIVERSE by Robert Marshall and Iona Miller, c1998

**Number Mysticism and Alphanumeric Writing**

Cosmic Cycles and the Doctrine of Yugas

The Hindu Concept of Number

The Surya Siddhanta

Synchrograph C: Mandalog of the Universe

Synergetic Base Ten Number Dynamics

Cosmic Cycles and the Doctrine of Yugas

The Hindu Concept of Number

The Surya Siddhanta

Synchrograph C: Mandalog of the Universe

Synergetic Base Ten Number Dynamics

**ABSTRACT: Syndex II is about the process of discovering synergetic, rhythmic symmetries on a graphic enspiralment called Synchrograph C. On this number wheel, the natural numbers are spiralled 60 times around a radial array of 108 increments to the number 6480. Contemplating the C-Graph over the years has produced several revelations, including the following Holotomic Sequence: 12, 24, 72, 360, 2520, 27720, 360360, 6126120, etc., created by prime number multiplexing, and the exemplary 9/11 wavecycle (a +4, -4 basewave).**

**This book is**

*not*about number mysticism, or numerology. No occult theory of numbers is presented, no cosmic code of alien descent, no ideologies. Rather, it outlines the history of numbers and writing and the ancient science of astronomical measurements. Classical cultures are characterized by certain general basic ideas, of which metrology is foremost. We show why certain cultures considered certain numbers "divine," and why we should turn our attention to them in modern times.**Most of these numbers seem to have originated in Sumerian culture and are the result of geodesic and cosmological measurements (such as the Precession of the Equinoxes) discovered thousands of years ago, in the mists of prehistory. These numbers are important in certain inherent rhythms in the base-10 system of numeration. These synergetic qualities have hitherto remained unnoticed in classical number theory.**