Binary Numbers


In mathematics and digital electronics, a binary number is a number expressed in binary system (base-2), which has only two numerical digits: usually "0" (zero) and"1" (one). Compared to the binary numerical system, decimal system is made up of ten digits: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9.

The ten digits are the ten sefirot, which means that the decimal system is the tree of life. This means that numbers are emanations of the tree of life.

The ten sefirot and their corresponding digits are:
Keter (0)
Chokmah (1)
Binah (2)
Da'at (3)
Chesed (4)
Gevurah (5)
Tiferet (6)
Netzach (7)
Hod (8)
Yesod (9)

Since all other numbers (e.g 26 and 144) are derived by combining two or more decimal numbers, counting, numbering and mathematical calculations in all areas of life are practical aspects of the tree of life.

A sefirah is a unit, two sefirot are tens, three sefirot are hundreds, and four sefirot are thousands.

Examples:

  1. 9 (Unit) = Yesod
  2. 20 (Tens) = Binah Keter
  3. 134 (Hundreds) = Chokmah Da'at Chesed
  4. 7896 (Thousands) = Netzach Hod Yesod    Tiferet


Every unit is a monomer and large numbers, such as 3567890432689875467631298064457391952478764902158, are polymers whose monomeric units are the ten sefirot.

Numbers are central to mathematical calculations, and mathematics is about solving problems and using the known to find the unknown. The known is "1" (something), the unknown is "0" (nothing), and using the numbers of the decimal system to find the unknown is is converting from base-10 to base-2.

We convert numbers from decimal numerical system to binary system whenever we use the known to calculate the unknown x in a mathematical equation.

If x + y = 13 and y is equal to 7, then, y is known (1) and x is unknown (0). Here, y and x are the two objects in an astrometric binary where only one object y is visible. The other object x is invisible. This, of course, is a problem.

The solution to the problem is to find x by substituting 7 for y in the equation.

Solution:
x + y = 13
y = 7
x = ?

Substituting 7 for y,
x + 7 = 13
x = 13 - 7
   = 6

Since y is equal to 7 and x is equal to 6, y and x are known. This means that y is 1 (known) and x is 1 (known). Here, x and y are two stars in a binary star. Since y (7) is greater than x (6), y is the primary object and x is the secondary object.

Therefore the equation x + y = 13 is an algebraic equation of a binary systems where the two objects are balanced. In this equation, the centre of mass is closer to x than y.

The binary system is a circumbinary disc known as the Tao. Yin and Yang in the Tao are the two objects in the binary system. Yin is the unknown and Yang is the known. If Yin is known, the Tao is a Yinyang; but if Yin is unknown, the Tao is 'Yin Yang'. An example of Yinyang is the binary star.

Therefore, converting from base-10 to base-2 is transforming from the ten sefirot to the Tao. This means that the ten sefirot are at equilibrium with the Tao. A proper examination of the tree of life reveals that it is made up of two hexagons and the ten sefirot constitute the two hexagons. In other words, the Tao is the tree of life.

When the two hexagons are visible, each hexagon is known and numbered 1. When one of the the two hexagons is invisible, the the unknown hexagon is numbered 0.

Every visible object in the universe has a counterpart that is either visible or invisible, such that the universe is a binary system represented by binary numbers.

In other words, the universe is a code programmed in an infinite sequence made up of repeating units of "0" (zero) and "1" (one).

Example: 110000111101001111010111111111110000110001000001101111......

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