In vortex math we find the underlying repeating female patterns in our male number sequences.

It is essential to understand that as we build these number sequences it does not matter if we build these sequences using female or male numbers.

lets look at this

55+42=97

now lets look at this using the female numbers

55>)1

42>)6

97>)7

so we get 1+6=7

Think of it like this any male number that has a female value of 1 added to any male number with a female value of 6 will always equal a male number with a female value of 7

Its exactly the same when we are multiplying numbers together.

look at this male multiplication.

17×21=357

now lets look at this using the female numbers

17>)8

21>)3

357>)6

we get 8×3=24>)6

I cant stress how important this understanding is as when we start looking at some really big number sequences we can just work with the female numbers and it will stop our male math going into the stratosphere.

There are a number of ways we can create an infinite number sequence using our male math but when we look at the female counterparts of these male numbers we find a absolute finite pattern of repeating female numbers.

Once we unlock these female patterns I find the best way to study the pattern is to place the numbers around a circle just like Marko Rodin did in his symbol. The circle is the by far the best method of studying these patterns for many reasons, you can see the symmetry of the numbers and because the pattern is a repeating pattern you can just go round and round the circle.

One last important point before we move on.

we only have 9 digits in vortex math 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 is all we’ve got we do not use zero however 9 and 0 are very similar in the way they behave. lets have a look.

We can add nine to any number and the female number will remain the same.

We can add zero to any number and the female number will remain the same.

Anything we multiply by nine will always equal nine

Anything we multiply by zero will always equal zero

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