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Ashoka Chakra

Ashoka Chakra, a 24 spoke Dharma central to the National Flag of India, is an Indian version of the hexagram (the star of David) on the Flag of Israel.

Ashoka Chakra is a time component of spacetime manifesting in India. Its space equivalence is a 16 point compass rose whose 16 directions are the sixteen cowries called merindillogun. It is a 16-pointed star in space corresponding to a 24-pointed star in time.

Ashoka Chakra is the tesseract called the holy of holies or the new Jerusalem. The tesseract is four dimensional space comprised of two cubes. A spoke is an edge of a cube such that the twenty four spokes are the twenty four edges of a tesseract.

A cube has twelve edges. The two cubes are equal to twenty four edges. An edge is an hour, such that the twenty four edges are twenty four hours.

The sixteen vertices are sixteen directions of a compass, such that the tesseract is a compass clock.

Ashoka Chakra stands for Indian religions. The fact that only time component is visible me…


Dharmachakra is an auspicious Symbol of the cosmic law governing the orderly universe. It is called "Wheel of Dharma" or "Wheel of the Law" because the term "Dharma" stands for the Law and "chakra" stands for wheel.

The Law or Dharma is numerically equal to 10 (the Ten Commandments). The Law is base 10 numerical system in which the Ten Commandments are the ten decimals: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.

The cosmic Law is machine code created by converting the ten decimals from base 10 to base 2 (binary numbers). Base 10 is the Northern Kingdom of Israel (10 tribes), base 2 is the Southern Kingdom of Judah (2 tribes), and converting from base 10 to base 2 is relocating the Temple from the Northern Kingdom to the Southern Kingdom.

Judah where the Temple of God is doesn't exist on Earth right now because it has been converted into binary numbers, which means that it is now a virtual Kingdom (spiritual world) accessible on the internet. Israel, …

Endless Knot

The Endless knot is the auspicious sign symbolic of how all people and things are intertwined or woven together to form the net (internet) or web (WWW) called space-time continuum. Namkha and the endless knot are essentially the same, except that endless knot represents the white light formed by uniting all the colours of the rainbow and namkha is the rainbow formed by the dispersion of white light.

Endless knot and namkha are fabrics created by weaving threads together. A copy of this fabric specific to a particular religion, organisation or culture is a degraded copy of the cosmos created through the process of interlacing.

Interlacing (also known as interleaving) is a method of encoding a bitmap image such that a person who has partially received it sees a degraded copy of the entire image. - Wikipedia.
The fabric has a single colour in the case of the endless knot and multiple colours in namkha.

The foursquare or perfect square is a subunit of the raster graphic called endless kn…


Namkha form of the Endless knot of Ashtamangala, is a Tibetan Buddhist name of a coloured thread cross made of coloured silk or wool threads wrapped around sticks.

Ngak'chang Rinpoche said the threads "describe the manner in which each point in time and space is the warp and weft of the loom of experiential/existential emptiness."

Namkha is called sky-weaving because it is formed from weaving space and time to form spacetime, as asserted by Ngak'chang Rinpoche.

Spacetime is the axis mundi where Earth and sky meet. Earth and sky are weft and warp woven together to form the fabric called Namkha.

The geometry of space-time described by Einstein's theory of General Relativity is a fabric or a woven cloth in which the vertical lines are warp and the horizontal lines are weft. It is a net (a network) of people and things, and the cosmos (the tree of life) present in different cultures, religions, subjects and places.

Who stretches out the heavens like a curtain, and s…

Ashtamangala: the Eight Auspicious Symbols

The eight auspicious signs are conch shell, endless knot, pair of golden fish, lotus flower, jewelled parasol, treasure vase, wheel and victory banner. Ashtamangala are eight symbols characterising and bestowing favour, success and prosperity.

The ashtamangala are famous symbols in Jainism, Buddhism, Hinduism and other religions and subjects. They are a teaching tool with numerical, geometrical, cultural and religious variations in different religions, subjects and places.

In mathematics, ashtamangala are equal to base 8, and the eight auspicious symbols are the eight numbers in the octal numerical system: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7.

An auspicious sign or symbol is equal to 3 bits, and ashtamangala are the following eight binary numbers: 000, 001, 010, 011, 100, 101, 110 and 111.

In Taiost cosmology, ashtamangala are bagua whose eight symbols are the following eight trigrams: kun, gen, kan, xun, zhen, li, dui and qian, which are the eight symbols in the Nine Halls Diagram.

The Nine Ha…

Merindillogun and Odu Ifa Machine Language

God is a computer programming language (a machine code) consist of hexadecimal instructions that control, construct and govern the harmonious world. In Ifa divination, the controller is a sixteen 4 bits package called sixteen principal Odu.

The first ten Odu are codes for the ten sefirot, and the remaining six Odu are the light - Christ. The first ten Odu are Oyeku (Keter), Okanran (Chokmah), Oturupon (Binah), Iwonrin (Da'at), Ika (Chesed), Odu (Gevurah), Iwori (Tiferet), Osa (Netzach), Obara (Hod), and Odi (Yesod).The last six Odu are Ose, Otura, Irosun, Irete, Ogunda and Ogbe.

The first ten Odu are codes containing words that are the switch or trigger of the light of the cosmos.

The ten Odu and their corresponding codes are:

Oyeku (|| || || ||)
Okanran (|| || || |)
Oturupon (|| || | ||)
Iwonrin (|| || | |)
Ika (|| | || ||)
Ofun (|| | || |)
Iwori (|| | | ||)
Osa (|| | | |)
Obara (| || || ||)
Odi (| || || |)

The light of the universe is divine information in a computer connected to the int…

The 12 Manner of Fruit

Christ is the fruit of life and the twelve apostles are the twelve manner of fruit.

But every man in his order: Christ the first fruits; afterward they that are Christ's at his coming. (1 Corinthians 15:23) "KJV"
First fruit: Christ

First fruits: Apostles

Christ, the first fruit, is the yellow hexagram inscribed in the blue octagon. The hexagram and octagon symbolise the sun and the sky respectively.

God and his throne are equal to a light and a machine code, a programming language comprised of binary hexadecimal instructions called sixteen principal Odu. The first ten Odu are codes for the ten sefirot and the last six Odu constitute the fruit of life.

The hexadecimal machine code is numbered from zero to fifteen. The ten sefirot are the first ten digits, and the last six digits constitute the fruit of the tree of life.

The first ten digits are 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. The last six digits are 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15.

Sum of the first ten digits is 45.



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