In ancient Greece, there was a great teacher and mystic whose name was Pythagoras. He believed that the holiest thing in the universe was the sacred number. His most core philosophy was based around something which he called the holy tetratrys. The holy tetratrys was a pyramid of the numbers from one to four, as 1+2+3+4=10 which is the total number, it is the first addition to 10, which was seen as the number of completion. This section will be used a place to put different dissection of these four ultimate numbers of existences into unities, duality, tripilicities and quadruplicities.






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