Triads II…

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… Theosophic Reduction consists in reducing all the numbers formed of two or more figures down to a single figure.

This is accomplished by adding the component parts of numbers until only one remains.

For example, the number, Four-Hundred-and-Sixty-Four reduces to Five.

464 = 4 + 6 + 4  = 14

14 = 1 + 4 = 5

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Theosophic Addition allows us to ascertain the theosophic value of a number by totalling  a number’s track from unity or one.

For example the theosophic value of the number five is six.

5 = 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 =  15

15 = 1 + 5 = 6

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Theosophic Reduction and Theosphic Addition are indispensible when attempting to penetrate the secrets of the ancients.

Use of these two techniques, for example, yields an insight into that most unfathomable of religious doctrines, the trinity…

to be continued

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11 thoughts on “Triads II…

  1. I’ve been doing theosophic reduction for years, but had never heard the term. My corollary is whether the resulting single number is ‘good’ (odd numbers) or ‘bad’ (even numbers, but especially 4 and 8). I’m not sure where I picked up this idea, and I don’t live by it, but it makes numbers a bit more interesting.

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    1. I can see how assigning ‘value judgements’ to the numbers would make them more or less interesting, Audrey. I’m not sure whether or not that was ever part of the brief…It may have been. If it ‘works’ for you…

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        1. Theosophic is very much a ‘coined’ term for these practices. If you have developed a system of your own, under your own steam… all to the good. It’s something of a ‘hidden science’ these days but still taught in the modern mystery schools which is where I first came across it…

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