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Appendix: additional images

The one thing of which I am uncertain is whether the mathematics of the full outer shell of nines has another viable option. Another possible option for the structure of the outer shell of nines is the one shown below, although the full outer shell of nines is still mathematically sound. Both options may be correct. The Ant Cube can multiply out in any direction.

47Above. Optional outer shell of nines based on the multiplication of the outer numbers of each inner eight by eight square
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Full outer shell of nines based on addition of outer numbers of the inner eight by eight number square/ cube. Top layer removed for clarity showing the numbers 3 and 6

 

Appendix: additional images (continued)

The images below are of the internal numbers viewed in a slightly varied angle than the images at 45 degrees shown in the previous sections of this work. This helps with additional clarity of how the numbers are positioned in space. A working model (or models), around which one can walk, showing each number separately or in combination would be an ideal way to comprehend the Cube as the three dimensional miracle that it is. The ‘Sacred Square’ becomes the ‘Divine Cube’ and provides an insight into the workings of the universe.

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References:
Kahn L (Edited by), Shelter, edition 1973, published by Shelter Publications, CA, USA.
Saltman D, Decoding Arabic Design – reference within book Shelter 1973 mentioned above.
Image 1 was copied from the book Shelter mentioned above, description amended slightly.
Images 1a and 2 were redrawn, added to and adapted by me, from the D Saltman Arabic magic square in the book Shelter mentioned above. Description is my deduction of the mathematics involved.
Hancock G & Faiia S, Heaven’s Mirror – Quest for the Lost Civilization, published by The Penguin Group, England
Ellis R, Thoth, Architect Of The Universe, Published by Edfu Books UK
Ellis R, K2 Quest of The Gods, Published by Edfu Books UK
Hunter K & Alison J (others?), Ancient World Mysteries, www.ancient-world-mysteries.com
WikipediA internet reference to the sea or nautical mile and the Mayan Long Count Calendar
 
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