The Cross of Kepler contains a great secrets about the Universe, why and how?

What are the exact proportions of the Cross, how is it linked to a Magic Number that no one seems to understand in modern times?

Tips 1: Music of the Spheres!

The Cross of Kepler contains a great secrets about the Universe, why and how?

What are the exact proportions of the Cross, how is it linked to a Magic Number that no one seems to understand in modern times?

Tips 1: Music of the Spheres!

What are the exact proportions of the Cross, how is it linked to a Magic Number that no one seems to understand in modern times?

Tips 1: Music of the Spheres!

- Cuchulainn
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Celestial navigation down the years.

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Approach your problem from the right end and begin with the answers. Then one day, perhaps you will find the final question..

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Approach your problem from the right end and begin with the answers. Then one day, perhaps you will find the final question..

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This is also needed, but much later in the puzzle. The half cross so to say you need later.

And we need mathematical precision and not your Straw Man arguments Sir! We need Divine Geometry! I wish Kepler was here!

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More like Divine Comedy, what? Kepler was a good cook.

This is a Saint Brigid Cross; closer to the Divine you can't get!

This is a Saint Brigid Cross; closer to the Divine you can't get!

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Approach your problem from the right end and begin with the answers. Then one day, perhaps you will find the final question..

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Approach your problem from the right end and begin with the answers. Then one day, perhaps you will find the final question..

R. van Gulik

More like Divine Comedy, what? Kepler was a good cook.

This is a Saint Brigid Cross; closer to the Divine you can't get!

Tips 3: The Divine 7 + the 2 Guardians!

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Strange: the cross arms seem to be about 433 pixels & 355 pixels long but they are tilted by about 1°.

Is it the solution to:

x = 0.4 + 1/x? (which is 1.2198039)?

or is it:

x = x/3 + 1/x (which is 1.22474487)?

Or is this just proof that any ratio might seem to have magical powers???

Is it the solution to:

x = 0.4 + 1/x? (which is 1.2198039)?

or is it:

x = x/3 + 1/x (which is 1.22474487)?

Or is this just proof that any ratio might seem to have magical powers???

433 pixels & 355 pixels, yes that is about the arm length ratio, how is it related to the music of the spheres and The Divine 7 + the 2 Guardians (the two gate keepers of the Cross), and yes Kepler and let us not forget P. The tilting of the arm is an accident, assume it is horizontal. But yes the whole cross could be tilted.Strange: the cross arms seem to be about 433 pixels & 355 pixels long but they are tilted by about 1°.

Is it the solution to:

x = 0.4 + 1/x? (which is 1.2198039)?

or is it:

x = x/3 + 1/x (which is 1.22474487)?

Or is this just proof that any ratio might seem to have magical powers???

The average of the arm length has Magic Powers and contains half of the Whole Glory of This World! Well not even 1/4 of the quest is done yet.

And your equations are not Divine enough! But you are much closer than the Straw Man.

Tips 4: Gather The Divine 7. The Divine 7 are immortals.(wikipedia Divine things are regarded as ethereal and and based in truth,)

based on your measurements you get an average of \(\frac{433+355}{2}=394\)

At this early point in the quest you should convert it to the metric of the Divine 7 (but your cross arms ratio and average is right on Target), the Gate keepers will also be handy.

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Let's see.... 7...7....7........

394 is 1102 in base 7...which seems un Divine.

Beryllium 7 is immortal... but that stuff's pretty nasty.

Uranus is the 7th sphere... (or should it be Saturn?)

Does Bode dwell in this Divine abode?

Might Phi be the most irrational number which implies it creates the least destabilizing resonances among spheres????

394 is 1102 in base 7...which seems un Divine.

Beryllium 7 is immortal... but that stuff's pretty nasty.

Uranus is the 7th sphere... (or should it be Saturn?)

Does Bode dwell in this Divine abode?

Might Phi be the most irrational number which implies it creates the least destabilizing resonances among spheres????

Tips 5: An irrational number plays an important role. The irrational number is guarded by the Gate Keepers. No one can touch the sides of the arms of the cross without passing the two gate keepers, and since the Gate Keepers also are Divine they are hard to pass. The Cross of Kepler is always Irrational! In its simplest and most elegant form you need the 7 Immortals and the two Immortal gate keepers!Let's see.... 7...7....7........

394 is 1102 in base 7...which seems un Divine.

Beryllium 7 is immortal... but that stuff's pretty nasty.

Uranus is the 7th sphere... (or should it be Saturn?)

Does Bode dwell in this Divine abode?

Might Phi be the most irrational number which implies it creates the least destabilizing resonances among spheres????

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Doesn't multiplication by zero kill an immortal?

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NaM? Not a mortal?Doesn't multiplication by zero kill an immortal?

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Kepler certainly worked on floating points.NaM? Not a mortal?Doesn't multiplication by zero kill an immortal?

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