# Home

Welcome to vortex based (female) math

This is where I am going to be sharing my discoveries in vortex based math.
I must stress that these are the discoveries that I made on my own personal journey after discovering vortex math.
I will be starting from the beginning so if you have no previous knowledge of vortex math you should still be able to keep up.

See the background section to see the giants of this subject.

“11:15, restate my assumptions: 1. Mathematics is the language of nature. 2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. 3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature.”
Maximillian Cohen
From the movie Pi.

“The laws of Nature are written in the language of mathematics…the symbols are triangles, circles and other geometrical figures, without whose help it is impossible to comprehend a single word.”
Galileo Galilei
quoted in M Kline, Mathematical thought

“Math is like love — a simple idea but it can get complicated.”
R. Drabek

## 8 thoughts on “Home”

1. Have you seen orslahs videos on youtube, her greatest share is her website neyensequence.com oh yes this is truly changing all of what we use to believe. Im the sandra shes talking to, in her beginning videos 137 and 9, like you we started with nassim then went to marko also, always wonder why they choose seperate paths when seems like all one concept free energy. looks like a race for the rites, mean time women are sharing their research as well, awesome to see more women looking into this as well. I love the men study but while researching I kept asking Debbie wheres the women? glad to see ya, let us know what you think about our sharing.

• Hi Sandra
First let me tell you thay I’m a man. I use the term female math to refer to vortex math because when you start reducing numbers down to their digital root everything turns elegant and beautiful in a feminine kind of way.
I read through the website and watched the videos and its got me thinking again.
Its been a year since I posted an update on this blog and I still have loads to post.
I like the alpha series I’m not so sure about the omega series because of the 0. It is my opinion that this should be a 9.
The alpha series is the 147 family member group mixed with 369.
So
I think the omega series should be 258 mixed with 369 for balance.
Just to note 9 and 0 behave the same.
Add any number to 9 and the digital root is the number you added. Same with 0.
Multiply any number by 9 and the digital root is always 9. Same for 0.
Thanks for the comment you’ve got me thinking again. I wonder what happens when the alpha series is used to start a ring set.

• After a little playing I can confirm that my prediction was wrong.
Mind = blown

2. Love the Site !! will have to look more indepth later !! -Andrew Romine

• Its been too long since ive been away.
I’ve got so much more to add, a little while ago somebody introduced me to another concept and I just haven’t had the time to explore it properly.
I need to get back to this it’s true passion.

3. iHello Mr Maff Oh man so much going on and all is well, Debbie Box did another Video, on the nine square were still growing still here, I am ready with help to make youtubes about my Visions and explanation as well, I have two friends who just this past weekend went to see someone in Los Angeles whos teaching Markos math, what I know is his Knowing is quite impressive what we have is too, so I hope you continued, and that you get back with us sharing your discoveries. Debbies made what she calls the swasneyenwa oh yes that Women what can I say Debbie’s a genius, as we are too, trust My friend and those answers will come in to play. oh yes It Hasn’t Failed cause it cant once you know nine, you shine always. beyond words, this neyen or 9 have been put through some test, and win each time what ever it is it wants to prove itself That for me is wowowow, just wanted to say wazup and keep you in the 9loopwhirl, for fun and growth.
I know you know, the fun part is sharing what it is you do.
Hugos
Sandra http://www.neyensequence.com

4. MathM says:

I am a man, and I have to say this is amazing. This is what was missing. Never even occurred to me to even think in this way. Like seeing a sunlight shine down, revealing all of the missing parts of the a clock that you thought was already complete. This is impressive truly, I have been searching subconsciously for visuals representing math in this way for the past year. Something would be close but never felt exactly what I felt should be there.