3 PHI CODES: Harmonic 666. Jain Discovery 2012. Wheels Within Wheels.
The 3 Dials or Phi Codes or Wheels of 24, that generate all the 72 Possible Phi Codes that sum to (108+9)
What this means, is that if you choose any 2 numbers in the universe, say 3 and 7 and start adding them in the Fibonaccoid style:
3-7-10-17-27- etc but in Mod 9 (or Modulus 9 or Clock Maths) which is Adding The Sum Of The Digits aka Digital Compression, it becomes 3-7-1-8-9- etc
you will find this sequence somewhere on 1 of these 3 dials… This suggests that all Additive Sequences have their roots or basis or beginning in these 3 Primal Seeds: F(1+1) and F(1+3) and F(1+4).
There is a very rare and special reference to the 3 Phi Codes written in an ancient text known as the Rg Samhita, (which relates to the Rg Veda, that western scholars date back to 1,000 to 1,200 BC). Here is the very cryptic quote:
“TWELVE SPOKE-BOARDS, ONE WHEEL, 3 NAVELS. Who Understands these?”
(I found this important quote in “Vedic Cosmography and Astronomy” by Richard L. Tompson aka Sadaputa Dasa, published by The Bhaktivedanta Book Trust in 1990)
Terminology For The 81 Possible Fibonacci Seed Sums. Modulus 9
nb: Fib(1+1) or F(1,1) means that this Pair of single digits keeps adding itself until recursion happens.
It can be summarized as
F(1-1-2) but since it generates the Infinitely Repeating 24 Pattern, I refer to his as a Phi Code that sums to (108+9) and abbreviate it to Phi Code 1 or PC1(1-1-2). I have discovered that amidst the 72 possible Phi Codes, that all have 24 repeating digits and sum to (108+9), that there are only 3 distinct Phi Codes, that all sum to (108+9) that generate all the 72 variations. They are: 3 Dials:
PC1(1-1-2), PC2(1-3-4), PC3(1-4-5)
Sourced from: The Book Of Phi” volumes 6 and 7, by Jain 108
These notes are extracted from Jain’s Dictionary of Anointed Numbers, aka Harmonic Stairway, under the listing of “Harmonic 666”,
and from Jain’s Dictionary of Sacred Geometry Words, under the listing of the “3 Phi Codes”.
(See Also: C=3, 9, 12, 24, 72, 81, 108, 117, 666, Additive Sequences, Code, Dial, Digital Compression, Fibonaccoid, Modulus, Navel, Phi Codes, Rg Samhita, Rg Veda, Richard Tompson, Sadaputa Dasa)