The first four iterations
of the Koch snowflake.

The cosmos is an algorithmic universe governed by iteration and recursion, two standard elements of algorithms in mathematics and computer science.

Repeating a process in order to create an infinite sequence of results is called iteration. Each successive unit is a single iteration, such that the number of iterations ranges from one to infinity.

In a sequence, the result or product of an iteration is the beginning or foundation of the next iteration. doubles as an orderly universe and a university modelled after the two basic elements of algorithms mentioned earlier. It is a universe of people divided into different departments, such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Taoism, etc. 

The cosmos is constructed by using Socratic method and pedagogy to unite all the departments.

Pedagogy takes into consideration the fact that humans have different religious, social, cultural and political backgrounds. Rather than use Christian doctrines to explain the cosmos to a Buddhist, we use a Buddhist concept like Namkha. Also, we would rather use the star of David or the menorah to explain Christ to a Jew than try to convert Jews to Christians.

There are so many contradictions between different cultures, religions and people. Socratic method identifies and eliminates the contradictions and upholds only those ideas that are general and commonly held truths. 

Example: Everything that is capable of causing conflict between Christians and Muslims are removed, and only those things that are consistent with the two beliefs are left.

Those things that cause division and conflict are "things that can be shaken." Those things that are common to all beliefs are"the things that cannot be shaken." The cosmos is created by eliminating the things that can be shaken and leaving only those things that cannot be shaken.

The heavenly Jerusalem is not syncretic. Syncretism is an act of creating a forest.

The heavenly Jerusalem is a garden made up of the core aspects of every person, culture, religion or thing. 

The core aspect of Pythagoreanism is the Tetractys, the core aspect of Judaism is the hexagram. The Tetractys and the star of David are the first two iterations in the first four iterations of the Koch snowflake.

Pythagoreanism, represented by an isosceles triangle, is the first iteration. Judaism, represented by a hexagram, is the second iteration. From the third iteration to infinity is Ifa.

The second iteration is an Odu, which means that the repeating units from the third iteration onwards are Odu Ifa. The white cloth in Ifa is a reflection of snow formed by the process of iteration. 

The spring of water flowing down the middle of the city's street is the product of melting snow. 

The white colour of the snow stands for purity (Ela). Ela is pure knowledge.