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The meaning and philosophy of numbers

By: Bosman, Leonard
Material type: TextTextSeries: (The Ibis western mystery tradition series)Berwick, ME Ibis Press/Nicolas-Hays, Inc. 2005Description: xv, 156p.; bibliog. refsContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0892541385Subject(s): Numbers, symbolism of | CabalaLOC classification: BF1623.P9 B56 2005
Contents:
1 Creation by number. 2 The preparation of the cosmic field. 3 The absolute, the no-number or circle potential. 4 The number one. 5 The number two, the duad. 6 The number three. 7 The number four. 8 The number five. 9 The number six. 10 The number seven. 11 The number eight. 12 The number nine. 13 The number ten
Abstract: '...He considers the interrelationship of figures,numbers, music, and cosmic progression and their nature as expressions of God. Not a book on numerology, this essentially Kabbalistic work focuses on "the true Inner Reality behind Number, that Reality, the Rhythm of the Universe, which reflects itself unerringly in the science of Mathematics.'
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Orig. pub.: London : Rider & Co., 1932.. Foreword by Robert A. Gilbert c2005.

1 Creation by number. 2 The preparation of the cosmic field. 3 The absolute, the no-number or circle potential. 4 The number one. 5 The number two, the duad. 6 The number three. 7 The number four. 8 The number five. 9 The number six. 10 The number seven. 11 The number eight. 12 The number nine. 13 The number ten

'...He considers the interrelationship of figures,numbers, music, and cosmic progression and their nature as expressions of God. Not a book on numerology, this essentially Kabbalistic work focuses on "the true Inner Reality behind Number, that Reality, the Rhythm of the Universe, which reflects itself unerringly in the science of Mathematics.'

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