Infinity Part x of ∞


Operation Disclosure | Grant Ouellette, Contributing Writer

Submitted on September 4, 2021

“Always in a hurry, I never stop to worry

Don’t see the time flashin’ by”

Rolling Stones lyrics from the song Tumbling Dice

R. I. P. Charlie Watts 1941 – 2021 ‘It’s All Over Now.’

Charlie, the drummer, sat behind the rest of the band.

“With me behind you’re tasting a little of the sweet wine of success.”

Charlie, you hit the ‘Tops’ and you ‘Never, never, let success go to your pretty head.’

Thanks for everything; like good advice: “Don’t let the world pass you by.”

‘I swear we’re never gonna stop’. Stones ‘Tops’

‘If you believe in forever

Then life is just a one-night stand

If there’s a Rock N Roll Heaven

Well you know they’ve got a hell of a band’

The Righteous Brothers

Time in a Bottle

If I could save time in a bottle

The first thing that I’d like to do

Is to save every day

‘Till eternity passes away

Just to spend them with you

If I could make days last forever

If words could make wishes come true

I’d save every day like a treasure, and then

Again, I would spend them with you

Jim Croce 1972

Enoch from The Book of Enoch (Enoch is Thoth and Saurid)

“From there I afterwards passed on to another terrific place; where I beheld the operation of a great fire blazing and glittering, in the midst of which there was a division. Columns of fire struggled together to the end of the abyss, and deep was their descent. But neither its measurement nor magnitude was I able to discover; neither could I perceive its origin.” —

Brian Clegg released his book ‘A Brief History of Infinity – The Quest to Think the Unthinkable’ in 2003 ©.

In this highly entertaining and stimulating history, Clegg takes us on a tour of that borderland between the extremely large and the ultimate, from Archimedes counting the grains of sand that would fill the universe, to the latest theories on the physical reality of the infinite.

Quote from Chapter 1, To Infinity and Beyond:

Infinity fascinates because it gives us the opportunity to think beyond our everyday concerns, beyond everything to something more – as a subject it is quite literally mind-stretching. As soon as infinity enters the stage, it seems as if common sense leaves.

Clegg begins with childhood counting by ones on fingers or knuckles and the leap to infinity after losing patience.

Whole Number Infinity

The book continues by showing there are as many odd and even numbers as there are counting or whole numbers. This is also demonstrated in the image below from the TV series Magic Numbers: Hannah Fry’s Mysterious World of Maths.

This image shows 3 sets: the even numbers behind the counting numbers and the odd numbers are the stairs with only one number.

There is a one to one correspondence between the members of each of these 3 sets since you can count the members in order and they all go on to infinity.

Each of these sets has the same infinite number of members.

Mathematically, for any counting number x, there is an even number 2x and an odd number 2x – 1.

And the one to one correspondence works both directions:

if 2x is any even number then the corresponding counting number is 2x/2 = x and

if 2x -1 is any odd number then the corresponding counting number is ((2x -1) + 1)/2 = (2x – 1 + 1)/2 = 2x/2 = x

This demonstrates that the number of counting numbers is the same as the number of even numbers which is the same as the number of odd numbers.

Each of these sets has the same infinite number of members (cardinality).

So the infinity of the counting numbers equals the infinity of the odd numbers and the infinity of the even numbers.

Yet, speaking in sets, the odd numbers plus the even numbers equals the whole numbers.


Infinity + Infinity = Infinity

“And like one and one don’t make two

One and one make one

And I’m lookin’ for

That free ride to me

I’m lookin’ for you”

The Who, song: Bargain, album: Who’s Next

Abbott and Costello at the end of their baseball routine:


Whosoever? He’s on infinity – over there; the guy with the 8 on his shirt that slipped sideways in the laundry.

The equation x + x = x doesn’t work for any particular whole number, but it does work for zero, for which we use the circle as a symbol.

The above knowledge changes 3D partying songs: Infinite number of beers on the wall, infinite number of beers. Take one down, pass it around, infinite number of beers on the wall.

Zero and Circle Symbolism:

In Norse mythology, Jörmungandr is the World Serpent. In the North American culture, the infinity symbol was seen in Aztec carvings, and Quetzalcoatl, “the feathered serpent God” was depicted as a serpent devouring its own tail.

From Wikipedia

Symbolic serpent with its tail in its mouth

1478 drawing in an alchemical tract

The ouroboros or uroboros [ˌyo͝orəˈbôrəs] is a symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail. From Egypt, it entered Western tradition via Greece and was a symbol in Gnosticism and Hermeticism and more so in alchemy. The ouroboros is often interpreted as a symbol for eternal cyclic renewal or a cycle of life, death, and rebirth. The skin-sloughing process of snakes symbolizes the transmigration of souls, the snake biting its own tail is a fertility symbol in some religions, and the tail of the snake is a phallic symbol, the mouth is a yonic or womb-like symbol.

Quote from

The consciousness of humanity grows with every moment. (I am being shown a tapestry of light of many threads. Each thread is a timeline of an embodied human playing like a movie, it is our personal movie, and there are many threads. I see that this is a multidimensional tapestry all is woven together perfectly, there are no mistakes, no knots, just beginnings and endings of new threads that work together, weaving a living tapestry of story, of creation. It is an endless tapestry and I see it reflected now in a million mirrors surrounding so that it is very clear all is infinite in its multidimensionality.)

Holy, holy, holy, is this moment where the human realizes the infinity of themselves. Holy are the moments to be realized by humanity. Holy is the upcoming healing. Allow us to cover you in our wings of eternal light.

Continuing with Clegg’s Book

Fraction Infinity

Two common examples given: 1, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4 … and 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 …

both of which have a 1 to 1 correspondence with the counting numbers (denominator and powers of 2).

Be aware that for some sets, say A and B, there is a one to one correspondence from A to B, but there is not from B to A.

In Chapter 3, A Different Mathematics, Aristotle is quoted:

The science of nature is concerned with spatial magnitudes and motion and time, and each of these at least is necessarily infinite or finite … Hence it is incumbent on the person who specializes in physics to discuss the infinite and to inquire whether there is such a thing or not, and if there is, what is it?

Chapter 4 hits Pythagoras and some examples of number magic such as 1 + 2 + 3 = 6 = 1 x 2 x 3.

Chapter 5, The Absolute, dips into the infinite concept of God through many famous names including Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita:

O Lord of the Universe, I see You everywhere with infinite form …

Neither do I see the beginning nor the middle nor the end of Your Universal Form.

Chapter 6 covers Galileo’s thinking and irrational numbers such as the square root of 2 (root 2) and π.

Irrational Numbers: The Big What If

What if the golden mean = phi, π, and e (the natural base in calculus) are the real numbers and the whole numbers are irrational such that upon using a true real number as a base for counting, the numbers 1, 2, 3 … equate to infinite non- repeating phi-mals, pi-mals or e-mals; instead of perfect whole numbers in decimals based on ten?

Here’s an eye-catcher for mathematicians:

1/2 π = 2/1 x 2/3 x 4/3 x 4/5 x 6/ 5 x 6/7 x 8/7 …

Basic calculus reminder: The limit of the series 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6 … is 1 (approaches 1 infinitely) and conversely, the limit of related series 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6 … is 0 (approaches 0 infinitely).

Basic monetary policy: the limit of the series print money for capital, print money to pay the interest, print money to pay the interest on the interest, print money to pay the interest on the interest on the interest … is insanity.

The Elders Speak: Planet of Peace

Posted on 08/21/2021 by EraOfLight

Opening line:

We gather as a Broadband fine line stream of living light from finite to infinite we stretch ourselves.

Chapter 7 has more from Galileo and a great quote from the famous mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss:

I protest against the use of an infinite quantity as an actual entity; this is never allowed in mathematics. The infinite is only a manner of speaking, in which one properly speaks of limits to which certain ratios can come as near as desired, while others are permitted to increase without bound.

Clegg: In other words, infinity is just an illusion.

Mastering Mumble

Learn to walk, stumble

Learn to talk, grumble

Learn to act, bumble

Learn to dance, tumble

Learn to catch, fumble

Learn to count, jumble

Learn to build, crumble

Learn to boast, humble

Inherent Symbolism

This article is in 3 parts, x and y, infinite variables of duality, and yx.

There is no Part z as there is no end to infinity.

Coming soon

Party > Part y

Infinity Part y of ∞


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