Where does the direction turn?
In the divide.
NT
we have
12345678
we divide
1234 uturn
8765
anterior: 1234
posterior: 8765
we divide the anterior
12 uturn
43
we have
INTP Ti Ne ENTP
ENTJ Te Ni INTJ
Linear order is not the order of the loci.
It is the order of declension.
anterior linear order
INTP Ti Ne Ni Te ENTJ
ENTP Ne Ti Te Ni INTJ
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Thread: Typology and Silent Number

09072011, 02:19 AM #51

09072011, 04:27 AM #52
That's nice, and all, but why?

09082011, 06:15 AM #53

09082011, 08:44 AM #54
Still, though, what makes these connections important?

09092011, 04:17 AM #55
The six in the nine.
2 X 6 = 12
(T)9/2 = 45
6 X 9 = (T)45
What comes around, goes around.
45  12 = 33
3 X 3 = 9
The answer to the questions:
why nine?
what middle?
1234 uturn
8765
The silent number does not number?
0 = 9  9
The silent number does not loci?
9 = 9  0
The equilibrium (4 + 5) does not divide in number.
It divides in the loci.
4 + 5 = 4 + 0 + 5 = 9  0
check
495 = 501  6
(T)501 = 105
(T)6 = 60
105  60 = 45
check
150  6 = 144
144
72
36
18
09
check
45 = 105  60
12 = (T)21
105 84 63 42 21
60 48 36 24 12

09102011, 02:34 PM #56

09112011, 03:28 AM #57

09132011, 02:44 AM #58
Ti and Fe are opposites in kind.
The dichotomy of J.
A complementary parallellism:
Ti complements Fe:
Fi complements Te;
Fe complements Ti:
Te complements Fi.
A clock does not turn.
A quote.
"When the train leaves the station, you see the station move. Does the station move?"
 Albert Einstein
Why did you see the station move?
You were in the train.
Not in the station.
If the station had eyes, the train would have moved.
What moved, the train or the station?
Wrong question.

09152011, 03:22 AM #59
Back to the basics.
22 = 33  11
4 = 1 + 3 = 3 + 1
13 = 22  9
31 = 22 + 9
(3 + 3)  2 = (1 + 1) + 2
Draw a circle.
Divide it with a vertical line in the middle.
Imagine J on the left, P on the right.
Divide the circle with a horizontal line in the middle.
Sign clockwise:
On the left of the horizontal: sign 1
At the top of the vertical: sign 2
On the right of the horizontal: sign 3
At the bottom of the vertical: sign 4
22 = 34  12 = 43  21
Draw a crossline:
Connect the middle point of 1 and 2 with the middle point of 3 and 4.
Look at what you did.

09172011, 04:10 AM #60
There is no outside measure.
Loci does not outside.
A circle is a unit.
The number of the loci is not the number in the loci.
(T)1 = 1 + 2 + 3 + 4
= 1 + 9
(T)1 + 1 = 24  13
(T)1  1 = 23  14
Draw a circle.
Divide the circle with a horizontal line.
You see two ends in the line.
Sign the ends.
You signed 1 at the left end?
4  1 = 3
You sign 3 at the other end.
Divide the circle with a vertical line.
Go clockwise.
You sign 2 at the top.
1 + 3 = 2 + 2
You sign 4 at the other end.
9 = 23  14 = 41  32
Watch the odd numbers at the middle on the left.
Do they change loci with the the odd numbers at the middle on the right?
The train leaves the station.
What moves, the train or the station?
If the train moves, the station does not move.
If the station moves, the train does not move.
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