One of the great challenges throughout the ages has been the squaring of the circle. You may have heard about it.
The problem of squaring the circle in the form which we think of it today originated in Greek mathematics and it is not always properly understood. The problem was, given a circle, to construct geometrically a square equal in area to the given circle. The methods one was allowed to use to do this construction were not entirely clear, for really the range of methods used in geometry by the Greeks was enlarged through attempts to solve this and other classical problems. (Squaring the Circle)
Many great minds have tried to solve this puzzle. I will not attempt to provide a solution in the common understanding of ‘squaring the circle’, but I do have some fun things to show you.
The circle letter is O, #15 in the English alphabet. Squaring the circle is then 15*15, resulting in 225. This number is significant, as Venus has a year of ~225 days. If we split the number apart into 22 & 5, then we can translate back to English as V & E.
VEnus | sunEV
225 can also be broken into 2 & 25, which is B & Y, and could relate to Venus’s BeautY.
Beauty is said to be in the eye(s) of the beholder.
Consider Einstein’s equation, E=M*C-squared. The C is light, which is what we C through our two eyes. By multiplying this information together, we are able to perceive with incredible depth.
Even using one eye, our brains are able to create 3-dimensional representations of 2-dimensional objects. In this way, circles can allow us to create cubes.
Back to Venus for more numerology. At ‘her’ closest, Venus is ~42 million kilometers from us on Earth, which is ~26 million miles (fun numbers). In Venus’s 8 year conjunction cycle with Earth, a pentagram is formed in the heavens. There is much that has already been said concerning the pentagram and the number phive, so I will get to the ‘point’. If you take the first 5 cubes and add them together, you find something interesting.
1*1*1 + 2*2*2 + 3*3*3 + 4*4*4 + 5*5*5 = 225
(1 + 8 + 27 + 64 + 125 = 225)
It is hard to make sense of all this using only one hemisphere of the brain.
They should be combined ToGetHer.
Throughout the ages, stories with certain basic themes have recurred over and over, in widely disparate cultures; emerging like the goddess Venus from the sea of our unconscious.
~Joan D. Vinge