**An analysis of the prime number cross**

** and its discernable connection with ****Phi,Fibonacci,Qabalah,Tarot and Ed Leedskalnin’s Coral Castle.**

Or; all the math they never taught you about in school.

Paul Bevan and Roz Polden 2013.

According to Dr Peter Plichta a German chemist, the ancient Egyptians were aware of a hidden pattern buried away within the prime number sequence. By placing the numbers from 1 to 24 into a circle,as we did previously with the 24 reduced Fibonacci numbers and moving in a clockwise direction, then placing the next 24 numbers of the sequence running concentrically around it, repeating this manouvre, we discover that the prime numbers fall on the diagonals which in turn appear to form the image of a Templar cross.

Contained within his prime number cross are the numbers from 1 to 144

Within this series of the first 144 numbers there are 34 prime numbers.

On Plichta’s diagram we note that only 32 primes fall into the cross.

The primes 2 and 3 are for some reason, excluded from this Templar cross patterning.

Taking these primes which fall within the cross;

5,7,11,13,17,19,23,29,31,37,41,43,47,53,59,61,67,71,73,79,83,

89,97,101,103,107,109,113,127,131,137,139.

Their total value is 2124 which reduces to 9.

The numbers 2 and 3 are the excluded exceptions

2 plus 3=5

Taking the full prime sequence up to 144

2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23,29,31,37,41,43,47,53,59,61,67,71,73,79,

83,89,97,101,103,107,109,113,127,131,137,139.

Their total value is 2129 which in turn reduces to 5.

(14=5-PHIve)

Reducing the numbers on the prime cross to a single digit by mod 9

reveals the following array-and it is a familiar one also-all the the numbers fall into 3 distinct sequences alternating as follows;

**1-4-7 2-5-8 3-6-9**

Which in turn break down further to a single digit pattern

**3-6-9**

3-6-9 patterning with prime number cross.

(Click image to enlarge.)

This is exactly the same patterning as we have witnessed so far within the repeating 24 Fibonacci sub-code

and the 3 groupings of the prime numbers divisable by 1,2 and 3.

Or even by adding the single numbers together;

**1,4,7=1-10-28(1-1-1)=3**

** 2,5,8=3,15,36(3-6-9)=9**

** 3,6,9=6,21,45(6-3-9)=9**

** 3,9,9=21(3)**

** 21**

** Counting down;**

** 1,3,6=10(1)**

** 1,6,3=10(1)**

** 1,9,9=19(1)**

** 1-1-1**

1-1-1 times 8

(The pattern occurs 8 times in the prime cross)

**8-8-8**

(8-8-8=24-Indicative of time perhaps?)

Applying the same rule as above;

36-36-36=9-9-9

36+36+36=108=9

108

3 nines

27

9-8

Toroidal ‘S’ curves are also visibly present within the prime number cross sequence.

(Starting from the 1 position in the cross)

Note; all chains in this progression break down by mod 9 to the 3-9-6 sequence.

The last two numbers of a chain are always the first two numbers of the second (highlighted in red)

The commencing number in the first line (18) is the same as the final number in the last line.

(Highlighted in blue)

This pattern repeats throughout the cross,turning on each 9th chain.

Also there would appear to be another sequence occuring in the last two numbers of each chain;

The first four seem to follow a 2,4,6,8 sequence

The next five follow a 1,3,5,7,9 pattern.

Patterns are also visible within the array of numbers if we read them in straight lines from inner to outer;

eg;714714,

this continues over in the opposite line with a chirality of 471471

The same patterning occurs within all the number stands throughout the prime number cross.

There are six concentric circles in the cross within which the numbers are distributed.

(Inner to Outer)

1.

2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23.

(9 units;value-100=1)

2.

29,31,37,41,43,47.

(6 units;value-228-12=3)

3.

53,59,61,65,67,71

(6 units;value-376-16=7)

4.

73,79,83,89,

(4 units;value-324=9)

5.

97,101,103,107,109,113

(6 units;value-620=8)

6.

127,137,139

(3 units;value-403=7)

1 3 7 9 8 7

value=35=8

Part 2 to follow.