Craig.Paardekooper

07-16-2011, 01:58 PM

Patterns in the Bones - numerical patterns found in the skeleton

We may consider the human skeleton as having three axes -

1. The vertical Y axis consisting of Head and spine

2. The horizontal X axis consisting of hands, arms and shoulders

3. The horizontal Z axis consisting of feet, legs and pelvis

Then there is a core consisting of Rib cage and the Sternum that connects it to the spine

THE VERTICAL Y AXIS

The skull has 28 bones + the hyoid = 29 in total

The spine has 33 vertebrae

The total for the vertical axis is 29 + 33 = (64 - 2) bones

THE HORIZONTAL X AXIS

This consists of the bones of the hands, arms and shoulders.

The arms and hands have 60 bones

The shoulders have 4 bones

The total for the X axis is 64 bones

THE Z AXIS

This consists of the bones of the legs and pelvis

In the thighs, legs and feet there are a total of 60 bones

The Pelvis is made up of 2 main bones that each divide into 3 parts - ilium, ichium and pubis, making a total of 6 bones.

Total number of bones = 64 + 2

THE INNER CORE

24 ribs

Sternum = 3 bones

Total = 27 bones

What is remarkable is that each of the three axes averages to 64 bones or 4cubed.

Whilst the inner core comes to 27 bones - or 3 cubed

We are a cube within a cube.

4 cubed x 3 cubed = 12 cubed (cube of creation)

4 cubed - 3 cubed = 37

In a 4 x 4 x 4 cube, there are 64 units of which 27 are hidden, and a maximum of 37 are visible.

Another curious pattern is this. We can think of the human body as a trunk to which are attached the legs, arms and head

The arms + hands = 60 bones

The feet + legs = 60 bones

The Skull (28 bones) + teeth (32 bones) = 60 bones

I think I will gain a better understanding by looking at other mammals as well, and seeing how many bones for each of their axes.

We may consider the human skeleton as having three axes -

1. The vertical Y axis consisting of Head and spine

2. The horizontal X axis consisting of hands, arms and shoulders

3. The horizontal Z axis consisting of feet, legs and pelvis

Then there is a core consisting of Rib cage and the Sternum that connects it to the spine

THE VERTICAL Y AXIS

The skull has 28 bones + the hyoid = 29 in total

The spine has 33 vertebrae

The total for the vertical axis is 29 + 33 = (64 - 2) bones

THE HORIZONTAL X AXIS

This consists of the bones of the hands, arms and shoulders.

The arms and hands have 60 bones

The shoulders have 4 bones

The total for the X axis is 64 bones

THE Z AXIS

This consists of the bones of the legs and pelvis

In the thighs, legs and feet there are a total of 60 bones

The Pelvis is made up of 2 main bones that each divide into 3 parts - ilium, ichium and pubis, making a total of 6 bones.

Total number of bones = 64 + 2

THE INNER CORE

24 ribs

Sternum = 3 bones

Total = 27 bones

What is remarkable is that each of the three axes averages to 64 bones or 4cubed.

Whilst the inner core comes to 27 bones - or 3 cubed

We are a cube within a cube.

4 cubed x 3 cubed = 12 cubed (cube of creation)

4 cubed - 3 cubed = 37

In a 4 x 4 x 4 cube, there are 64 units of which 27 are hidden, and a maximum of 37 are visible.

Another curious pattern is this. We can think of the human body as a trunk to which are attached the legs, arms and head

The arms + hands = 60 bones

The feet + legs = 60 bones

The Skull (28 bones) + teeth (32 bones) = 60 bones

I think I will gain a better understanding by looking at other mammals as well, and seeing how many bones for each of their axes.