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PythagorasCalc 1.1a

Pythagorean Numerology Calculator to introduce user the myths and intricacies


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PythagorasCalc is a Home & Education software developed by Murine Communications. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for PythagorasCalc:

Edit By BS Editor: PYTHAGORAS, THE FIRST PHILOSOPHER (From Historia Deorum Fatidicorum)
Many strange legends have been preserved concerning the birth of Pythagoras. Some maintained that he was no mortal man: that he was one of the gods who had taken a human body to enable him to come into the world and instruct the human race. Pythagoras was one of the many sages and saviors of antiquity for whom an immaculate conception is asserted.

In his Anacalypsis, Godfrey Higgins writes: 'The first striking circumstance in which the History of Pythagoras agrees with the history of Jesus is, that they were natives of nearly the same country; the former being born at Sidon, the latter at Bethlehem, both in Syria. The Pythagoreans declared arithmetic to be the mother of the mathematical sciences. This is proved by the FACT that colors, geometry, music, and astronomy are dependent upon it but it is not dependent upon them.

Thus, geometry may be removed but arithmetic will remain; but if arithmetic be removed, geometry is eliminated. In the same manner music depends upon arithmetic, but the elimination of music affects arithmetic only by limiting one of its expressions. The Pythagoreans also demonstrated arithmetic to be prior to astronomy, for the latter is dependent upon both geometry and music.
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