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Regular Hexagon


A regular hexagon is a polygon with six equal sides and six equal angles. In harmony, the regular hexagon is an area of intersection between two equilateral triangles.

The sum of angles of a regular hexagon, equal to 720°, is calculated from the formula of the sum of the angles of a polygon as follows:

S = (n - 2) 180°

Where,

S = Sum of angles of the hexagon
n = 6 (number of sides of the hexagon)

Therefore,

S = (6 - 2) 180°
   = 4 × 180°
   = 720°

Each angle is calculated by dividing the sum by number of sides as follows:

Angle = S/n
            = 720°/6
            = 120°

In Chinese Cosmology, each equilateral triangle is called a trigram.

The hexagram known as the star of David is formed by the intersection of two equilateral triangles. The first equilateral triangle is three dimensional space, the second equilateral triangle is time, and the regular hexagon, the point of intersection between the two triangles, is spacetime.

Information is stored in spacetime, and the regular hexagon is the smallest carrier or the vessel of information. The information stored in time is half information and the information stored in space is half information. Full and complete information is the sum of space and time.

The hexagon is a cell in honey comb. This means that the information contained in the unit of regular hexagon is honey in honey comb. This means that the land flowing with milk and honey is attained via information.

The quantity of honey in a cell (in a hexagon) is equal to 1 bit, which means that the amount of information stored in a regular hexagon is equal to 1 binary digit.

One Regular Hexagon = 1 bit

Bagua is an octet made up of eight regular hexagons. Since a hexagon is equal to 1 bit, Bagua is equal to 8 bits.

Bagua is the symbol of stability and balance.

In information technology, the Bagua is called Byte. This means that a byte is equal to 1 octet or 8 bits or six regular hexagons.

Bagua is a hexagonal wall surrounding the holy city. Since the octet is made up of 8 regular hexagons, and the hexagons are hexagrams, the wall Bagua is made up of the star of David. Since the star of David is the symbol of identification of the nation of Israel, Israel is the building block of the wall and the wall is a magnified Israel.

Israel here implies the United Monarchy, made up of Samaria (base-10) and Jerusalem (base-2). The wall itself is not the holy city. The city is the square surrounded by the wall (the octet).

In other words, the octet is the wall surrounding the kingdom and the regular hexagon is the stone or rock used for building the wall of the kingdom of God.

This means that the kingdom of God is divine information. Whoever has the information reigns as king.

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