The three cubed canon, and how the solar system is designed. There are no accidents.
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How it is designed to be.
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If a three-cubed canon is supposed to define the solar system design, why is it that the theory works only with the Sun, Earth, and Moon? There are other elements to the solar system [other planets, and their moons, plus an asteroid belt, comets, etc]. Why don't these other elements fit the paradigm?
The same interrupt of logic applies t the squared circle, for which other planets and their moons do not have the same ratio of size as Earth/Moon.
A far better design theory is the prevailing use of the golden ratio: 1:1.618, as demonstrated by Fra Luca de Pacioli, friend of Leo Da Vinci.
"Sure sounds like numerology"
No, numerology is assigning meanings to numbers, and I am not doing that in this case(although I do do it in other circumstances) There is also the gematria aspect, which I do not do, which is assigning numbers to letters and creating meanings for the results. I have dabbled in gematria for a small extent, but I have never gotten into it much, it doesn't really interest me.
Sure sounds like numerology
"Numerology is a long, complicated road to nowhere."
It's not numerology.
Numerology is a long, complicated road to nowhere.
My argument is that the solar system is designed according to specific numbers, basically, multiples of three cubed, and others that tie in with those
What is this argument about? I read your opening but I'm just more confused about what you're arguing for