## 1 result for (heading:"449 novemb 18 1968" AND stemmed:integ)

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*(Needless to say, neither Jane or I know math; I may know a little more than Jane, but I couldn’t explain an integer to her at break this evening, for instance. A few phrases that came through in the data had a familiar ring to me, but Jane said they meant nothing to her.*

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*(We thought this data preliminary to the regular session, since Jane will get flashes like this sometimes just before Seth speaks. This data didn’t seem to come from Seth, however. Jane said she feels that some of the words she “gets” aren’t correct mathematically, like “assemblage of integers.”*

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Doubles have no meaning in the Planck thing, whatever that is. The weaker integer doubles its (value) with the speed of light. Better put value in parentheses, because I’m not sure it’s the right word.

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The—I don’t know what you call these ... *(When I said I didn’t know how to write down what she was telling me, Jane said:)*Just put: the minus numbers represent negative charges, and mark the activity of ions’ negative flow. The minus numbers mask integers that have a positive meaning or action *(pause)*, and take on the tasks ordinarily assigned in this dimension to the positive ones.

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*(For some reason Jane then told me I didn’t have to put this down, but I did so anyway: )* The order of the integers on the negative side descends in direct proportion to the order of ascension of integers on the positive side. But the balance between them, the two systems, is only apparent from your particular viewpoint, and not basic.

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.

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The value of the integers thrusts forward and back, pulsating like reflection *(pause)* that draws (quadrants or integers) *(better put those terms in parenthesis, Jane said, since she wasn’t sure of the word to use)* like a magnet, adding their value to their own. *(Pause.)*

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At a certain point the integers seem to dissolve; their value undermined *(“I think this bit has to do with that Planck thing,” Jane said)*, but here they actually pick up added powers, precisely where you cannot follow, in integer, where its values seem to be undermined. At this point it is raised to another power that escapes the perceptive abilities of the 3-dimensional brain.

*(Long pause. Again Jane said: “Don’t write anything yet, I’m not sure of what I’m getting,” while I wrote it anyhow:) *I’m getting the impression of a little man with dark hair, and he seems very far away, so I think he’s in the past; and he has old-fashioned clothes on... a watch chain and a vest... connected with a college, a prestige one like Princeton or Yale; and he worked on mathematical theories, and he suspected, oddly enough, that some integers or numbers had unsuspected values, and he was right.

Now, with him the date 1936. And unless I’m balled up I think 1936 is the year he published or initiated some of his theories. Correctly interpreted, they would lead as mentioned earlier to an unsuspected unpredictability of integers under certain conditions, and the unpredictability is the clue that would lead to the thus-far hidden values. *(Pause.)*

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The beauty of the zero is precisely that all other values in it lie inherent. Now it can gobble up all your (parentheses here, I’m not sure:) integers; and those dissolving values mentioned earlier, dissolving into zero gain new power.

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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.)*

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To offset this, regard again *(puzzled expression)*, the full nature of your integers and remember their relation to the factor known as p. Underscoring this is the problem of cohesives. The unifying nature *(pause)* underlying the principle of P S I *(spelled)* group together in a conciliatory fashion. You will find that marvelous aptitude *(pause)*, of the psi factor beneath. The seemingly erratic nature(s) of the integers then join. The beauty of it lies precisely in the fashion that the merging numbers (integers) meet. *(Jane said to put the word integers in parentheses, since she wasn’t sure of what word to use there.)*

Here the equation *(voice pitched higher) *seeks to turn inside out, but the functions and values of the integers return it to stability. The functions at times are completely reversed, but the overall integrity of the equation stands. Nature without its clothes on, ha, ha, ha. *(Voice drops to normal)*. Or the alchemists out- did themselves.

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?

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Nor can the intuitive basis of mathematics be denied. The numbers are merely symbols for inner points of recognition. The forces behind the numbers break through, and form their own interaction, affecting all integers to the 99th degree; and from then on an acceleration of effects, a shifting out of focus.

The definite magnification, and outward from each number in pyramid form, the angle, unformulated functions. The true edification of the mathematician is to sense the values of the numbers’ move. The interaction accumulates. The effects build up, and are therefore demonstrable after psi makes its appearance known. Turn about the integers but there is no disorder, yet the precise neatness of the integers is based not upon basic order, but ordered chaos, that once in a millionfold escape of the integer from its bounds.

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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.

Here the great army of the integers vanishes into the mouths of the quadrants, and the destruction of the previous functions of the integers is accomplished. But the previous functions, dissolving, do so only to re-emerge in a new fashion, and up rise the values of the 12th powers, now under the triumphant banners of the psi factor, minus 7 over an unfolded pi. Regrouped, the values assault each other.

X has lost its strength and Y is under the siege of Planck. Planck’s forces *(pause)*, triumph over the old values but zero gobbles some of Planck’s men, the integer minus 7, and to work out, psi must be confused for a moment with 8. The mistake is found, and Y is free. Too bad you neglected the psi factor. You thought 7 gobbled it up. 371 will not stand alone in that location. It is besieged by truth to the 3rd power, truth being one, hand in hand with 7. Three C (E?), 3C, over 9 to the 7th power, will temporarily equate with 9 over 137, might give you truth.

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