# Gematria Of The Semeion part 2

i thought a non euclidean gematria might illustrate. Rodin here uses a Bahai inspired philosophy to identify 9 semeia which he then uses to apprehend spatial relativity. The gematria he uses is very familiar and understandable, and thus it is clearer to see how it is applied to apprehend reality.

The gematria of the semeia is a very powerful one, and is the basis of all our subjective apprehension and processing of objective experiential continuum. The subjective experiential continuum is based on computed analogies of the external forms distinguished by a stronger associated "internal" signal.There are no semia in the subjective experience. Instead we use the external experience to indicate inwards.

There are no semia in the subjective experience. Instead we use the external experience to indicate inwards.

Using the fundamental compass-vector relationship inherent within a semeion, i can establish a network of vectors that characterises any form, or dynamic relationship, as the network is more likely to be dynamic than static. For some reason we tend too much to remove the dynamic nature of our experience when establishing models. Dynamic models are equally as accessible as static ones, and are more representative. A static model only represents an instance. We may connect this with a "time" measurement called an "instant", but it quickly becomes meaningless without a dynamic referent. "Everything changes " Herakleitos is quoted as stating.

We can use this subjective vector network not only to represent or model or to symbolise{sumbola} a form or a relationship in dynamic flux, but also to account.

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Thus "numbers" not arithmoi are useful accounting names describing different subjective compass-vector networks by the constituent semeia, If i abstract the count out the name becomes meaningless, and thus a count must always have a referent.

The accounting allows me to d an accounting arithmetic based not on monas but type and compas-vector disposition. Thus the count represent status information for a known referent, and more detailed status info can be subjectively networked together by subjective vectors and accounted for.

These "bundles of information" can themselves be vectorially linked into a new bundle etc and the process goes on fractally!

Thus the semeia has a gematria that ties together subjective information processing, and objective spatial dynamic relationships, and it provides an adjectival meaning for ciphers or numbers. However, arithmoi are different and require a monas. Their gematria is based on the gematria of the semeia with additional attributes, the chief of which is spatial continuum,

Spatial continuum is not multiple semeion. It is a different experience of space provided by space and highlighted by semeia having no part. Semeia cannot therefore form a division structure or a fine spatial structure whereas coontinua can. Semeia are therefore discrete notions that define discrete dispositions or distributions. continua are extensive and filling notions the fill spatial forms or extend or shrink in dynamic relationships or are the receptacle of discrete forms in dynamic motion. Continua therefore require a metron before accounting can begin.

Once a metron is established the gematria of the semeia may be applied. However continua allow an infinite scaled approach to application, and thus iteration and fractal relationships become important. Also measurement and comparison inform the accounting process, and division moves from sharing to to meros, parting in a scaled way, scaling up or scaling down. Accuracy and approximation become significant, and the complexity of status information becomes inherently overwhelming. Measurement and the tensor concept are the main solution to this change of spatial apprehension.

The application of these notions through the arithmoi lead to a spaciometry that goes way beyond land measuring! The gematria of continua builds on and extends the gematria of semia, and it deals with not land but the sciences of space and matter in all its forms, and with all its attributes.