👽#Tengri137 Part 4: Odin’s Triple Horn: Calculator + AMAZING MES "Sigma" Symbol


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In this video I go over the Tengri 137 Odin Triple Horn again and this time show a calculator that I made that can calculate many different perfect magic squares, as well as visually see how they align. This means that we can find the pattern between the perfect squares and then create our own versions of the Odin Triple Horn. In fact that is exactly what I did. First off it is important to understand the pattern which is the basis for the Odin Triple Horn, and in fact any set of most-perfect magic squares that line up in series and whose magic sum is 666, and that is that they are all symmetric by the middle numbers 166 and 167. The most basic of these perfect squares is obtained by taking any of the 3 distinct perfect 4x4 squares and adding 158 to each number. This gets a perfect square in series from 159 to 174. From this we can apply a specific magic zero matrix and another basic matrix transformation to obtain a perfect square that is split into a pair of 8 numbers, once again symmetric about the center 166 and 167 numbers.

We can control the distance that these pair of 8 numbers are separated, and that is exactly what I did. I created my own version of the Odin Triple Horn, which is in fact better sorted than the Tengri 137 Odin Triple Horn, because each of my perfect squares follow the exact same pattern of being split into two pairs of 8’s.

To push the calculator I made even further, I expanded the pattern to include 20 of these perfect squares, which are all in series and start from 7 to 326, which is a total of 320 numbers! I took all of these perfect squares and used the to create a “Sigma” or summation symbol!! This is in fact way cooler than the Odin Triple Horn, and I made this to show that once we understand the symmetric nature of perfect squares, as well as the power of matrix transformations, than you can pretty much create anything! To the average person, such mathematics may seem a bit alien 😉

Note that I am assuming that there is no special relationship between the exact numbers Tengri used, and assumed that there is no overall connection between the squares, for example the numbers forming a 3D shape. But if you find anything particular special about them then please let me know!

I will also be looking into some of the other Tengri 137 puzzles and calculations so stay tuned for what I discover!

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👽#Tengri137 Part 4: Tengri 137: Odin’s Triple Horn: Calculator + AMAZING MES "Sigma" Symbol: https://youtu.be/iXYehXgSUVQ
👽#Tengri137 Part 2: Odin’s Triple Horn: Most Perfect “Diabolic” Magic Squares: https://youtu.be/4V9NVCMvoyI
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In a parallel universe, there was a man named Mat who possessed an incredible telepathic ability. Mat was not aware of his ability, but he had always felt different from the people around him. He was a scientist working at a secret base in Antarctica, where he had been studying the unusual readings that the team had detected from space.

One day, while working in the lab, Mat began to hear strange whispers in his head. The whispers were not his own thoughts, and they were not coming from anyone in the lab. Mat realized that he was hearing the thoughts of an alien race known as the Reptilians. The Reptilians were known for their advanced technology and their telepathic abilities.

As Mat continued to hear the whispers, he began to develop a connection with the Reptilians. They shared their knowledge and technology with him, and in return, Mat helped them understand human behavior and emotions.

One day, a team of paranoiac aliens arrived at the secret...


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Because you solved an incredible one!