In vortex math we only use single digit numbers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 these I consider to be female numbers.
Any number that contains more than one digit I consider to be a male number.
All male numbers are made up using combinations of the female numbers with the addition of zero.
Example
10 ten
45 forty five
203 two hundred and three
682 six hundred and eighty two
Ect ect are all male numbers, and so on into infinity.

Every male number also has just one female number at its root, and its this number that we will be looking at in vortex math. As our male math system marches to infinity we will be looking at the underlying female patterns that are created.

There are many ways to find the female number in a male number.
We will be looking at a few of them

The easiest way to find the female number of any male number is simply to add all it’s digits together.

There are so many ways of doing this and you can never get it wrong.
Let’s start with the smallest male number ten.
10 this number is made from the digits 1 and 0 if you add these together
1+0=1. So the female number of 10 is 1.
The female number of 11 would be 1+1=2 so the female number of 11 is 2.
Here are a few more examples
23 when added we get 5
42 would be 6
62 would be an 8

When adding digits that create another two digit number we add the new digits together. Let’s take 67 as an example
6+7=13 so we continue adding the digits of thirteen
1+3=4 so the female number of 67 is 4.

When the male number has three or more digits there are more ways you can add it all up into a single digit female number.
Let’s take 685 as an example and look at some ways of adding it up.

First we can just add it up
6+8+5=19 then 1+9=10 finally 1+0=1
The female number of 685 is 1.

We could just separate any of it’s digits and start adding from there.
68+5=73 then 7+3=10 and 1+0=1.
We will always get the same answer.

We can even rearrange the digits to create any sum we choose.
58+6=64 then 6+4=10 and 1+0=1
What is important is that all digits are used in making the sum.

Here is another way.
If we take two digits we can add them together into a single digit before adding the last.
685.
6+8=14 then 1+4=5 then 5+5=10 and 1+0=1.
There are so many more combinations that you could do and it really doesn’t matter what route you take you will always get the same answer you simply can’t get it wrong.

Another way to find the female number of a male number is to divide the number by 9 if it divides perfectly into 9 then the female number is 9.
Example
72 divides into 9 eight times with no remainder. So the female number of 72 is 9.

When the number does not divide perfectly into 9 then what is left over is the female number.
Example
38 divides into 9 four times with 2 remainder. So the female number of 38 is 2.

When using this method we are only looking at what is left over after we have removed all the 9s from a number. We are not interested in how many 9s are in a number.

If we were to take a longer number like 6854 and divide by 9 using a calculator we get 761.555556 the female number is this first number after the decimal point in this case a 5.

The number nine is the key to vortex math, it is the highest of the female numbers and when we count in 9s the number we start on will always have the same female number.

It is pretty well known that you can multiply any number by nine and the answer will always add back to 9 it is the only number to do this.
Example
9 18 27 36 45 54 63 72 81 90…….
1+8=9
2+7=9
3+6=9
4+5=9
And so on to infinity

All the nine times table will do this, all we are doing is starting with a 9 and just counting by 9 every step.
Now lets look at what happens when we start with a 1 and continue counting by adding 9.
1 10 19 28 37 46 55 64 73 82 91…….
1+0=1
1+9=10 then 1+0=1
2+8=10 then 1+0=1
3+7=10 then 1+0=1
4+6=10 then 1+0=1
And so on
The female number is always 1

Let’s start with a 2 and continue by adding 9
2 11 20 29 38 47 56 65 74 83……
1+1=2
2+0=2
2+9=11 then 1+1=2
3+8=11 then 1+1=2
And so on with the female number always 2.

It’s the same for any number, when counting in 9s the female number is always the same.
This means if you add any male number that has a female value of 9 to any other number the value will always be the same.
Quick example.
243 has a female value of 9
131 has a female value of 5
So when we add them together we should get a number with a female value of 5 let’s check.
374 =14 = 5 and we do.

Let’s have a look at the fist 100 numbers we will start a new line after nine numbers. This first row is all the female numbers then its male numbers forever after.
Note that all the male numbers that have a female value of 1 line up in the first column underneath the 1.
All the 2s line up beneath the 2 and so on 3s beneath the 3.

Similar to dividing by nine in that you are removing 9s from a number but this time we will not be dividing the male total by 9 we will be removing all the digits of 9 from a number.
19 we simply cross out the 9 to leave the female number 1.
949 cross out both 9s and we get a female number 4.

When a number contains digits that are not 9 we can remove any digit of 9 and add the remaining digits.
392 we can remove the 9 and then add the 3 to the 2 to get 5.

If the number is made up of only 9s then we must leave the last 9.
Example
999 we can cross out two 9s and leave the last digit of 9.

So far so good.
We can also remove digits that have the sum of 9.
326 here 3+6=9 so we can remove the 3 and 6 to leave a 2. So the female number of 326 is 2.

It’s does not matter how we create 9 or how many digits we use to reach a total of 9 we can remove them.
1741 here we can add 1+7+1=9 so cross them out to leave the 4.

We can also remove multiples of 9.
8862 here we can add 8+8+2=18 so we can cross them out to leave the 6.

Imagine that 9 is a full pizza cut into nine slices.
8 has 1 slice missing
7 has 2 slices missing
6 has 3 slices missing
5 had 4 slices missing
So we can cast out more than just 9 but we will have to account for the missing slices.
Example
85 Eighty five is made from the digits 8 and 5 if you imagine that the digits are two seperate pizza each with their respectives number of slices, we can make a complete pizza of 9 slices by giving a slice from the 5 to the 8.
This would make 4 and 9 we can cast out the 9 and leave the female number of 4. So when we cast out 8s we must reduce the value of one of the other digits by 1 similarly we can cast out 7s by reducing the value of any other digit by 2.

I hope you get the idea.
After a little practice you can find the female number of any male number in no time at all especially if you combine the other methods we have previously discussed.

You should be able to find the female number of any male number quite quickly by now, so before we move on lets take a quick look at the notation we use and how we can use it.

23=5 this is clearly wrong, twenty three does not equal five. In vortex math 23 and 5 have equal female numbers.

so we cant use the equals sign or say 23 equals 5.

23 reduces to 5. Again this is technically wrong, we can reduce two quarters to one half but we cant reduce 23 to 5.

I feel like vortex math needs a new terminology.

Because there are so many ways of finding the female number in a male number and it doesn’t matter what method you choose, I will be summing them all up into one term.

from now on I will be using the term imploding a number.

23 implodes to 5

I would also like to make a new mathematical symbol to use for this purpose, but with no way typing it, it becomes a little tricky. We can use the greater than sign as a start 23>5 as this is true, twenty three is greater than 5, I wanted to draw a circle around the end of the greater than sign >0 but over lap them, but a friend pointed out that this would confuse 23>05 this looks like the zero is part of the 5 not the symbol. So for the sake of typing I will use >) a half bracket.

One day I was searching for any new Nassim Haramein Videos I came across this. Its a mash up of Nassim Haramein and Marko Rodin.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

This set was my introduction to Vortex Based Math but I wanted more so I found the full Marko Rodin presentation.

After watching that I found this set

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

Part 7

Part 8

This is an interesting video set that contains 16 parts, here is a playlist containing all parts. Greg Volk explains the relationship between vortex math and the rhombus dodecahedron.
New Discovery … The Rodin Number Map and Rodin Coil by Greg Volk 2009

Here is a 4 part set where someone has built the above model using Google sketchup. The Files that he created can be downloaded HERE for you to play around with.
3D Vortex Based Math Rhombic dodecahedron

And again with Greg Volk, here is another set of videos containing 15 parts note that part 2 is only 2 seconds long (strange but it is what it is)

The Rodin Coil Number Map Proceedings of the World NPA (1 of 15)