NumberX

10-19-2010, 02:51 AM

I guess it is unusual to start the sequence with -1? Because I read about a sequence that starts with -1 and the writer explains that the primes have to be counted from the negative, expressed in the form of -1, because the negative number is for us also an indivisibility, a counter world.

According to him after -1 follows 1, 2, 3, 5, etc. Notice that he also adds 1 to the sequence and that's also unusual according to the Wikipedia page..

Let's assume that the sequence of primes is like this, then the 16th prime is 43. And 16x43 = 688.

The book of Jonah has 688 words. That means that the book of Jonah is

- in the numbers of primes a product of 16

- in the normal row a product of 16.

And until Jonah meets the fish in the story - where Jonah in the story makes a turn not to go any further to Tharshish - there the time structure of the story is at 16 verses. The rest of the story has 32 verses (2x16), so that's 48 verses. That's a 1 - 2 structure at 16*. The 48 we meet also in the atbash value of Tharshish, Tharsish brings the movement and the meetings. Jonah and the others on the ship did not arrive at Tharshish.

* The time structure of the Torah is divided in 1658 years and a few days and after that (the flood), untill the end, 829 years and a few days. This is 2 - 1.

But back to the primes, could it be that the sequence of primes in early days maybe was like this, starting with -1 and adding 1 too?

According to him after -1 follows 1, 2, 3, 5, etc. Notice that he also adds 1 to the sequence and that's also unusual according to the Wikipedia page..

Let's assume that the sequence of primes is like this, then the 16th prime is 43. And 16x43 = 688.

The book of Jonah has 688 words. That means that the book of Jonah is

- in the numbers of primes a product of 16

- in the normal row a product of 16.

And until Jonah meets the fish in the story - where Jonah in the story makes a turn not to go any further to Tharshish - there the time structure of the story is at 16 verses. The rest of the story has 32 verses (2x16), so that's 48 verses. That's a 1 - 2 structure at 16*. The 48 we meet also in the atbash value of Tharshish, Tharsish brings the movement and the meetings. Jonah and the others on the ship did not arrive at Tharshish.

* The time structure of the Torah is divided in 1658 years and a few days and after that (the flood), untill the end, 829 years and a few days. This is 2 - 1.

But back to the primes, could it be that the sequence of primes in early days maybe was like this, starting with -1 and adding 1 too?