In our first section of numerical imagery are a set of three images which reveal the principles, laws and clues to understanding, unravelling and defining the essential infinite qualities of this single digit musical matrix numerology. The first image is what the ancient Greeks called the “Trophos” meaning “Sound”. It is a mathematical Greek square that represents logic, wisdom, philosophy and vibration. It is also the basis for the essence of single digit numerology. It may be one of Man’s first analog computers and functions as a balance beam. The Trophos contains 4 sets of opposite numbers that add up to the sum of 10 or the 1 as in 1-9, 2-8, 3-7, and 4-6 revolving around the number 5 as the pivot which when added to itself equals 10 or the 1. In the single digit numerology the numbers are added to make 1 single digit and there is no 0, so 10 is 1, and 11 is 1+1=2 and so on. This matrix math functions as an analog computer and is performed column by column in vertical 3 digit runs which are all divisible by 3, and add up to the sum of 6 in the single digit. In the horizontal rows are 3 digit frequencies in Hertz which are radio waves that reflect as musical vibrations and are all divisible by 3 adding up to the sums of 3, 6, and 9 or 9, 6, and 3 acting like a transmitter/receiver to your Soul.

The Greek Trophos square looks similar to the Lo Shu magic square of ancient China which is recognized as one of their most sacred designs. The Lo Shu square uses the same 9 numbers as the Trophos square with 4 opposing sets rotating around the number 5 but in a different configuration of vertical columns that display 438, 951, and 276. This Chinese magic square is more about a number arrangement representing harmony and balance of the Universe. It is thought of as a 3x3 magical grid because every row, column and diagonal equals the same sum of 15 which is considered to be a powerful number corresponding to the days in the cycle of the new moon to the full moon. Similar to Yin and Yang, the Lo Shu square demonstrates opposing forces that create a balanced whole. It is is also an important emblem in Feng Shui.

The second image of section one is a 4x4 number grid that functions like a magic square with all rows, columns, diagonals and even quadrants adding up to the sum of 19 or 1 in the single digit. It is not a true magic square because some of the numbers are repeated. This is necessary when exploring the single digit matrix numerology which opens up this math of vibrational radio waves and the language of your Soul. It is similar to the 4x4 magic square authored by the Catalan sculptor Josep Maria Subirachs which adds up to the sum of 33 or 6 in the single digit. Subirachs is the artist that created the wonderful sculptures that adorn the facade of the Sagrada Familia, the famous Roman Catholic church in Barcelona designed by the brilliant Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. Amongst Subirachs sculptural Biblical scenes you will find his imaginative square with a magic constant of 33 which is the age of Jesus Christ at the Crucifixion. As I have said in the past the only way to negate the evil force of 666 may be to fight it with the positive or magical force of 666. Subirachs magic square with multiple configurations adding to the sum of 6 in the single digit may be lending us a clue to this part of the puzzle involving the fate of Mankind and the Humanities.

The third image in section one reveals a 3x3 magic square with all rows, columns and diagonals adding to the sum of 3 in the single digit. Each of the 9 squares contained in the grid represent the 9 variations of the number 1 that are possible in the double digit. Notice how the 3 columns of 2 digits have first numbers that are starting at 1 and ending at 9 as was witnessed in the first image of the Greek Trophos square. Now focus on how the second numbers of each column start at 9 and end at 1 as a complete opposite of the first numbers that start at 1 and end at 9. The 4 opposing sets of numbers in the double digit 3x3 magic square all add up to the sum of 110 and are balanced by 55(2x5) in the middle and now you begin to see how this analog computer is beginning to take effect. In the single digit grid rotations the sums add up to 10 and are balanced by 5, and in the double digit grid rotations the sums add up to 110 and are balanced by 55. The other interesting factor is that the first numbers of each vertical column provide the first 3 frequencies of your Soul codes in Hertz moving in a forward direction, while the second 3 numbers of each vertical column reveal the last 3 frequencies of Mans 7 note musical scale moving in a reverse or backward direction. Just to make sure, you should be able to see 3 Soul codes of 147, 258, and 369(12,15,18) that will provide 1 single vertical 3 digit code of 369 for the first numbers of each row. Now you should also able to see the 3 musical frequencies in Hertz of 963, 852, and 741(18, 15, 12) that will provide 1 single vertical 3 digit code of 963 for the second 3 numbers of each row. Each Soul code has a numerical spacing of 3 in between every integer while each musical frequency in Hertz has an interval ratio of 6 in between every number. It is a reflection of vibration and energy divisible by 3 that bounces back and forth in a wireless fashion to the tune of 369 and 963. When the 3 codes of the Trophos and the 3 reflective codes of the musical vibratory square are oscillated all 9 codes for both squares are revealed as every frequency has the ability to spin 2 more sympathetic vibrations. So for example 369 can oscillate 693 and 936, whereby 963 can oscillate 639 and 396. Every single one of all 18 codes has this ability to generate 2 more subsequent codes which are all divisible by 3, and will break down to 369 or 963 depending on whether you read them from left to right or from right to left.