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TES9 Session 449 November 18, 1968 11/73 (15%) integers Roger zero math minus
– The Early Sessions: Book 9 of The Seth Material
– Session 449 November 18, 1968 9:15 PM Monday

[... 12 paragraphs ...]

I just got the word Bainbridge... The quadrants, too innumerable to mention. To the 9th—not sure of the word here—to the 9th power or degree. Then, too bad you’re not a mathematical medium, Jane.

[... 2 paragraphs ...]

(She then said:) An infinity has no number. The other side of zero cannot be reversed. (Pause.) Freedom to the 9th power.

[... 9 paragraphs ...]

There is an instability and still unpredictable activity inherent in the integers (pause), but shows more strongly, or appears, after the 9th power.

This instability isn’t noticeable here, even after the 9th power, but it exists. The unpredictability seems to result in the dissolution of quadrants under certain conditions. The value of the integers would seem to dissolve (pause) at the speed of light, but it is precisely here that the minus numbers take over and become, or take on, the value of the positive numbers.

[... 3 paragraphs ...]

(Resume:) X Y I’m not sure, either to the 2nd or 9th power, that goes next to Y over a line; pi, and (pause) one of those marks between, an equal mark I think (Jane was now trying to draw marks in the air), C C something that looks like an H over a line, 4. This is a multidimensional game. Have fun.

[... 11 paragraphs ...]

At the 9th power certain values begin to slip away. What is wrong, that you have not missed them? The quadrants involved turn into a spiral, turn the zero inside out. Within its magnitude even the lowly integrity of 4 vanishes.

[... 1 paragraph ...]

Within the 9th to the 11th power is the answer to the riddle. (Pause.) No integer is the same from one moment to the next. (Puzzled, Jane shook her head.)

[... 8 paragraphs ...]

Malfunctioning numbers appear in pairs mainly at the 3rd, 9th and 11th powers. (Pause.) They are a sign of the instability of the P S I (psi spelled out), factor, and mitigate against the validity of your results.

[... 2 paragraphs ...]

All of this is premature, for the equation itself bears little basic reality to truth. It has a highly artificial relation to it, and it hides another equation, secret since the time of Egypt, having do with the basic nature of zero, and the opening and wedging powers of the unleashed integer, over zero to the 9th degree gradations downward, do you see?

[... 7 paragraphs ...]

(Steady, rather fast pace.) Known values operate up to a point, then the unpredictable nature of the psi factor undermines accepted tenets, and the equation seems to fail. Group your forces under the protection of the 9th power.

Here at the 9th power there is balance with the minus 9, but only for a moment. The unpredictability then enters in, flying the banners of a divided house. The atom lives in the unpredictable factor where the integers meet and fall apart. Here there is the development of new powers, and the negative functions come to the fore.

[... 6 paragraphs ...]

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