Science Mysteries
Math & Numbers

An odd little book we are happy to bring back, that places the 'reasons' for Algebra into common sense. Written in 1909 for the young student, it makes an interesting excursion back in time. Published by TGS Publishing. Always remember that the use of algebra is to free people from bondage.
Peyote, the mystical 'weed' of the American Indians in the Southwest. This is an early observation by the US government of the Indian usage of this 'path to the spiritual.'
A new approach to this oldage science guiding you through your own journey  Our DAY of Birth, our MONTH of Birth and our YEAR of Birth, supply the basis of our journey and the definition of these NUMBERS never change, though they encompass a much broader view than I've given. In fact, our choices are endless. We need to observe and feel each Number's vibration to become familiar with them, for they will always be there to be taken advantage of.
Mathematical Logic is a necessary preliminary to logical Mathematics. 'Mathematical Logic' is the name given by Peano to what is also known (afterVenn ) as .Symbolic Logic.; and Symbolic Logic is, in essentials, the Logic of Aristotle, given new life and power by being dressed up in the wonderful almost magical armour and accoutrements of Algebra.
NonEuclidean Geometry is now recognized as an important branch of Mathematics. Those who teach Geometry should have some knowledge of this subject,and all who are interested in Mathematics will find much to stimulate them andmuch for them to enjoy in the novel results and views that it presents.
The theoretical part of this little book is an elementary exposition of the nature of the number concept, of the positive integer, and of the four artificial forms of number which, with the positive integer, constitute the "numbersystem" of algebra, viz. the negative, the fraction, the irrational, and the imaginary.
A short study into the value and mystery of the circle.
The following course is intended to give, in as simple a way as possible, the essentials of synthetic projective geometry. While, in the main, the theory is developed along the wellbeaten track laid out by the great masters of the subject, it is believed that there has been a slight smoothing of the road in some places.
After 116 years, Edwin Abbott Abbott's Flatland is still the best introduction to the method of analogy used by virtually all mathematicians and physicists when describing the fourth dimension. In recent years there have been more than a dozen new editions in English, and translations into at least nine foreign languages.
As the generations of animals in this terrestrial globe have an image of the male in the dodecahedron, of the female in the icosahedronwhereof the dodecahedron rests on the terrestrial sphere from the outside and the icosahedron from the inside: what will we suppose the remaining globes to have, from the remaining figures?
The science of numbers, also called numerology is off the ceiling, out of the musty cupboard and catapulted into today. The mysteries of how and why numerology works is explained.
This author discounts one of the Pyramid theories as myth, but it's worthy reading to understand his scientific and mathmatical objections.
It need hardly be said that the field of mathematics is now so extensive that no one can longer pretend to cover it, least of all the specialist in any one department. Furthermore it takes a century or more to weigh men and their discoveries, thus making the judgment of contemporaries often quite worthless.
Also known as The Secret of Hiram Abiff, this text was written for the Mason and nonMason alike. Mr. Hall, himself an honorary 33