Alignment of our number reckoning helps us understand how counting began in the beginning. We count by numbers because the Creator counts by numbers.

Just as it is with our reckoning of time cycles, so also aligning ourselves with the Creator includes aligning number reckoning. If we start counting from 4, our reckoning will be out of alignment. If we start counting from 1, our reckoning will also be out of alignment. We must start number recognition and reckoning from the beginning: 0, not 1. It is less accurate to count, 1 to 10.

It is more accurate to count 0 to 09. Numbers 0 through 09 equal 10 numbers.

Ten is not the end of the series. 09 is the end, 10 is the beginning of the next series. When we reckon by numbers, the First Repetition Series of 0 is the Zero Series and is a series of primordial duplication and primordial differentiation of 0. All other series are repetitions and combinations that produce further differentiation of the Zero Series.

## Reckoning From 0 to 99

First Repetition Series of 0: 0, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09.(Zero Series) First Repetition Series of 01: 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017, 018, 019.First Repetition Series of 02: 020, 021, 022, 023, 024, 025, 026, 027, 028, 029. Note: The Zero Series shows the 0 before each number. All numbers have a zero first, a leading 0. 10 is actually 010 and 11 is actually 011 and 100 is 0100 and so on. The origin of 0 is always the leftmost number. It is unwritten, invisible, silent, hidden. This is only shown in the first methodology below. It is used in some instances to list the first 9 dates of a month and used when stating time based on a 24-hour clock. Methodology of Moving Through The First Series: Since all counting begins with 0 in the primary left position, all motion from series to series must return to the primary left position in order to move to the next level. For example, although ten comes after nine, 10 is aligned with 0.

The basis for the next series is the previous series. The Zero Series is always used to update/increase the previous series. The First Repetition Series of 01 begins with 01. This 01, is added to the Zero Series as follows:

01 is placed immediately to the left of 0 to yield 010.

01 is placed immediately to the left of 1 to yield 011.

01 is placed immediately to the left of 2 to yield 012.

This continues for each number until 01 through 09 have been used and until each number has taken its turn at the head of the aeries and placed beside each of the other numbers.

## Reckoning From 100 to 199

Second Repetition Series of 0: 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109.Second Repetition Series of 01: 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119.

Note: This series focuses on 01 and does not include the Series of 02 as the 0-99 example did. Methodology Of Moving Through The Second Series: Since all counting begins with 0 in the primary left position, all motion from series to series must return to the primary left position in order to move to the next level. The basis for the next series is the previous series. The Zero Series is always used to update/increase the previous series. The Second Repetition Series & subsequent Series begin with 0. For example:

0 is placed immediately to the left of the first number to the left of the decimal, the 0 in 10 to yield 100.

0 is placed immediately to the left of the first number to the left of the decimal, the 1 in 11 to yield 101.

This continues for each number until 1 through 9 have been used and until each number has taken its turn at the head of the series and placed beside each of the other numbers.

## Reckoning From 100 to 199 (Expanded Example)

USING First Repetition Series of 1: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19.ADDING 0 to each of these numbers, to the first number to the left of the decimal YIELDS

Second Repetition Series of 0: 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109 THEN AGAIN USING First Repetition Series of 1: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19.

ADDING 1 to each of these numbers, to the first number to the left of the decimal YIELDS

Second Repetition Series of 1: 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119.

## Reckoning From 1000 to 1199

Third Repetition Series of 0: 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008, 1009.Third Repetition Series of 1: 1110, 1111, 1112, 1113, 1114, 1115, 1116, 1117, 1118, 1119.

Note: This series focuses on 1 and does not include the Series of 2 as the 0-99 example did. Methodology Of Moving Through The Third Series: Since all counting begins with 0 in the primary left position, all motion from series to series must return to the primary left position in order to move to the next level. The basis for the next series is the previous series. The Zero Series is always used to update/increase the previous series. The Second Repetition Series & subsequent Series begin with 0. For example:

0 is placed immediately to the left of the first number to the left of the decimal, the 0 in 100 to yield 1000.

0 is placed immediately to the left of the first number to the left of the decimal, the 1 in 101 to yield 1001.

This continues for each number until 1 through 9 have been used and until each number has taken its turn at the head of the series and placed beside each of the other numbers. Zero Series (Total number of series is 1).

First Repetition Series (Total number of series is 10).

Second Repetition Series (Total number of series is 100).

Third Repetition Series (Total number of series is 1000). 0 is symmetrical with all numbers ending in zero because 0 is the beginning of all series just as numbers ending in zero are the beginning of each series.

## Remembering Counting Is The Counting Of Dimensions

Each number in the Zero Series is a dimension. Each Repetition Series is also a dimension; therefore the First Repetition Series is 10 dimensions with 10 divisions which are dimensions. Now we go back to the beginning to ensure a better chance at understanding.The numbers 0 through 9 equal 10 in total items but not 10 in value.

Each of the numbers 0 through 9 is a dimension containing one or more divisions.

For instance, if you have ten coins, it doesn't mean the value of the coins is ten. The value is determined by the value each coin represents.

So it is also with the Zero Series of dimensions. This initial series of dimensions contain various numbers of divisions that set the stage for dimensions in all other Series. This allows for an enormous number of repetition combinations that produce differentiations, yet maintain ecosystem consistency due to their Zero Series basis – the fundamental basis of the Creator, the fundamental basis of the Universe.

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