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• ## Re: [t93] 0=2 Illogical (was Zero Exists?)

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• In a message dated 12/2/01 2:37:14 PM Pacific Standard Time, ... Speaking of this, sort of, does anyone know what, if starting with the Cartesian system as a
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In a message dated 12/2/01 2:37:14 PM Pacific Standard Time,
malkuth93@... writes:

>
>
> Simmilaraly one could use an *infinite number* of numbers in the
> above example <1H1>, <2H2>, and <39H39> and so forth. AL:1;4....Every
> number is infinite; there is no difference. 0 can be found therein.
>
>

Speaking of this, sort of, does anyone know what, if starting with the
Cartesian system as a base, how the next coordinate would be reprented, and
then what would be the next coordinate in the graph series after the 4th
[dimension] as well, and how it would /could be represented, in order to
calculate? Eg- if you have the graph and (x,y) corespond to height and width
and you stick a pen through the center going up giving you (x,y,z) as height,
width and depth; then would the next coordinate, Time (assumed) be A? and how
would it be represented; and what would be the coordinate after that?

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• I believe there is. If only to find you re already there, so to speak. ... From: Krishadawn11@aol.com [mailto:Krishadawn11@aol.com] Sent: Monday, December 03,
Message 44 of 44 , Dec 3 2:23 PM
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I believe there is. If only to find you're already there, so to speak.

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Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 2:17 PM
To: thelema93-l@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [t93] 0=2 Illogical (was Zero Exists?)

In a message dated 12/03/2001 2:11:12 PM Pacific Standard Time,
djones@... writes:

> Do you
> have a quote to show Plato making this point that geometry, math etc.
> were considered to be the only road to that higher mind.

Makes it sound like there is somewhere to go.. I dont think there is
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