The mathematical-statistical probability rates involved in the examples in this article are so slim that one could roughly state that their actualizations through measurements, as was done here, are “beyond impossible”. It demonstrate the tremendous precision level of the deck of card used as a tool for defining partnerships potential, as well as demonstrate pedigree links. Our guarantee: The experiment is completely repeatable in any family tree.
What we have done here, is to measure up all marriages in a large family of grandparents, parents, siblings, etc, all married.
Despite the traditional, grounded, mathematical methods, these types of results are notoriously disclosed in family after family, creating quite a span between mathematics and mystery. It’s a stretch for the rational side of the brain.
In short, the arcetypical energies of that alphabet, yes alphabet, which is entitled the Deck of Cards, may be used to prove by mathematical induction that the “cards” connect in likes, dislikes, pedigree, partnerships, drama, and so forth.
Why is this so?
Base 12 mathematics
The Deck of cards is a mathematical kinderegg constructed on the 12-based mathematics so prevalent and fundamental for life on earth in all its aspects. The twelve layers of the DNA is the prime time example of this mathematical “fundalism”, the musical quint circle is another.
Examples are numerous, and it starts to become very interesting when it comes to one’s awareness that the calendar of the western world is also such a construct based on the 12-based mathematics. The kinderegg effect lies in the deck of cards being a reflection of the calendar mathematics. There are 52 cards and weeks in a year, the sum of all the cards and days in a year equals 365, and much more.
Therefore, simplyfied, each day of the year is stamped with one particular card, one archetypial sonority, so to speak. Sonority is a good word here, because if two musical notes are not of the same musical key, the cacaphony thus created is immediately spotted by all people. On the other hand, two notes of the same key are not spotted on the same immediate basis, simply because it is taken for granted as a natural thing.
We then have two words on which to ponder: “sonority” and “natural”.
It’s the same effect between the cards, hence also between days. In jargon one could say that there is a “sonor” DNA stamp to each day, and in layman terms, we all know that DNA connects.
The examples below will demonstrate that certain cards connect much more often than the mathematical probability rates would suggest. This implies that we are using solid mathematical methods to prove that there is a mystery present in the apparent biased connectivity between people, inter alias as a function of the day they were born.
Then to the introductory examples:
As neighbor cards connects for partnerships on either or both of these two “plates” with card layouts based on DNA mathematics, here is one example including most marriages in a familytree. It’s amazing.
In the picture below, just understand that each yellow bullet represents the card of a person’s “most important” points of measure, the sun or the moon, or its midpoint. With “represent”, we are, very simplified, talking about the “day”; which day are your sun in? And your moon? (In reality, it is not the day, but something very close; the degree position on the so-called Zodiac; “the stars”. Also note that two adjacent bullets are two different persons.
The rethorical question
If there on these two plates are four slots which are neighbors to a particular card, it is clear that the probability of “drawing” a neighbor card is 4/52 (assuming the statistical method “selection of replacement”). How come then that all marriages are based on birthcards that are neighbors? The overrepresentation as compared with statistical probability is huge.
To get a grip on the statistical probabilities on these spreads, read this simple tutorial. It is in Norwegian, but use Google translate:
And just as partnerships are formed, your children will spin out as neighbor cards too. Here are 5 kids of a family, all without exception close to mother and/or father. (Actually, this system can with ease explain how mother is often more important than father in the grow-up phase, but this is not shown here). Again, it’s amazing, and very charming, too.
The rethorical question
If there on these two plates are four slots which are neighbors to a particular card, it is clear that the probability of “drawing” a neighbor card is 4/52. How come then that all children birthcards are neighbors to one or both parent’s birthcard?