- Jain 108, the mathematical sleuth, the synesthete, the philomorph (lover of forms), the mathematical monk, the numerical nomad, the para-physical code-breaker, has gone deeper down this Phi Code 108 rabbit hole. In volume 3, he introduced us to the Phi Code 108 pine cone maths, and now in this epochal book of volume 4, he reveals extraordinary phine details never seen before in print.
- This book has the first complete dictionary of all references to Sri 108, the first book of its kind, an incredible collection of facts from all religions and sectors of life that comprise the anointed number 108.
- Jain is the first person to mathematically explain, via Digital Compression and the 24 Repeating Pattern that sums to 108, why a billion people on this planet (the Hindu religion) literally worship this number, this ancient frequency that is steeped in the mathematics of flowers and crystals and the human canon.
- This 108 compendium or encyclopedia is like a mathematical detective story having a denouement as magical as it is indisputable, as baffling to professors of mathematics, geometry and technophiles as it is simple in its precise and grand design being lucidly based on nature’s rawest eco and bio principles.

# The BOOK OF PHI, Vol 4: The 108 Codes

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These Notes are in** 5 Sections**:

**1 – **ABOUT “THE BOOK OF PHI, VOLUME 4”

**2 –** BACK COVER BLURB

**3 –** CONTENTS

**4 –** 8 SAMPLE PAGES From “THE BOOK OF PHI, Volume 4”

**5 – **SEARCH ENGINES Keywords

**Section 1 – ABOUT “THE BOOK OF PHI, VOLUME 4”**

subtitle: The 108 Codes: The Linear Phi Code 1

subtitle: The 108 Codes: The Linear Phi Code 1

*This book contains 197 photocopied pages, is hand-written in parts but mainly computerized, highly illustrated, the book is a golden rectangle but fitted or orientated to A4 landscape , and wire bound. *

*Self Published in 2010 First Edition*

*ISBN: 978-0-9757484-3-5
*

I am happy to announce the release of my latest book on the Divine Proportion,

from a 7 book series

known as: **THE BOOK OF PHI, volume 4**,

subtitle: **The 108 Codes: The Linear Phi Code 1**

**Number of Pages: **197

ISBN: **978-0-9757484-3-5
Published: **2010

**THE BOOK OF PHI, Volume 4 **

**The 108 Codes: The Linear Phi Code 1**

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sUB-Title: tHE 108 cODES:

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aUTHOR: jAIN 108

yEAR: 2010

Number of Pages: 197, Spiral Bound, A4 size

This book is a collector’s item, it is a summary of 25 years of avid research on this exciting topic.

Here is the New **FRONT COVER**

Here is the **Original FRONT COVER**

** Section 2 – BACK COVER BLURB:**

**THE BOOK OF PHI, Volume 4 – The 108 Codes: The Linear Phi Code 1**

As a sequel to the Da Vinci Code, already based in the mass consciousness, here is the next riddle, solved.

Jain 108, the mathematical sleuth, the synesthete, the philomorph (lover of forms), the **mathematical monk**, the **numerical nomad**, the para-physical code-breaker, has gone deeper down this Phi Code 108 rabbit hole. In volume 3, he introduced us to the Phi Code 108 **pine cone maths**, and now in this epochal book of volume 4, he reveals extraordinary phine details never seen before in print.

This 108 compendium is like a mathematical detective story having a denouement as magical as it is indisputable, as baffling to professors of mathematics, geometry and technophiles as it is simple in its precise and grand design being lucidly based on nature’s rawest eco and bio principles.

To even consider than an elegant, symmetrical and infinitely repeating 24 code-pattern exists in the **Living Curvation** of **Nature’s Numbers**, will be hotly denounced and widely read.

For 2,000 years we have been duped that no pattern exists in the Divine Proportion. How sad that this distortion was ever believed!

This 108 Code, **Pine Code**, this pulse of the Universe, is the stuff of cryptically coded parchments, buried treasures, secret societies and obscure dynasties of oppression and suppression of knowledge.

What is all the fuss about:

1-1-2-3-5-8-4-3-7-1-8-**9**-8-8-7-6-4-1-5-6-2-8-1-**9**

How can it be that over a billion Hindu people in the world are worshipping this **Shri 108** yet they do not know its mathematical derivation or origin!

**Jain 108’s Digitally Compressed and Infinitely Repeating 24 Pattern** is indeed another permanent bullet in the world of fortified mathematical armouring.

Jain’s central problem or “spiritual core issue of concern” is that he is a man of the 22nd Century living in the 21st!

Poetical and Passionate, he is attempting to bring in the feminized, right-brain mathematics based on 108 and the True Value of Pi, but is challenged appropriately and vigorously by rigid curriculum-makers who fear change and a loss of job. He is an intrepid Mathematical Psychonaut and **Mathematical FUTURIST**.

**ISBN**: 978-0-9757484-3-

Here is the **New BACK COVER**

Here is the **Original BACK COVER**

Section 3 – CONTENTS** ****C**** O N T E N T S** **C O N T E N T S **

Section 3 – CONTENTS

Introduction

**Chapter 1**

**Why 108?**

**Part 1**: 108 in Mathematics and Geometry

**Part 2**: 108 in Eastern and Western Religions:

a)- Hindu, b)- Gayatri Mantra, c)- Jain Religion, d)- Buddhist, e)- Other Sects, f)- Middle East, g)- Christian

**Part 3**: 108 in Astrology (Hindu and Western)

**Part 4**: 108 in Martial Arts, Literature and Other Fields

**Chapter 2**

**Phi Code as 1×24 & 2×12 & 3×8 & 4×6 Matrices**

**Chapter 3
Jain’s Phi-Prime Connection**

**Part 1**: The Definition of Primes and Ulam’s Rose.

The Art of Number

**Part 2**: The Prime Number Cross Generated from Concentric Rings of 24

The 3-6-9 Sequence

**Part 3**: Phi’s Palindromic Primes (PPP) 7-7-5-3-1-7-1-3-5-7-7-0

**Chapter 4
108 Phi Code 1 as Mystic Cogged Wheels**

**Part 1**: Plotting Phi Code 1(PC1) as a Surface Area on the 9 Point Circle with 24 Divisions

**Part 2**: Plotting PC1 from Centre and Outwards

**Part 3**: Plotting PC1 from Outwards towards Centre

**Part 4**: Plotting PC1 Pairs into the Circle of 108 Segments

**Part 5**: Plotting PC1 onto the 9 Point Circle

**Chapter 5**

**Appendix**

**Part 1**: How to Find the Phi Ratio in the 3-4-5 ∆

**Part 2**: Bibliography

**Part 3**: Chapter Contents for The Books of Phi, Volumes 3, 4, 5 and 6

**Part 4**: Some Early Phi Drawings

**Part 5**: Pentacle Glass Crack. Time To RePent

**Part 6**: Phi Code & Vexillology. Study of the Hieraldic Hierarchy

**Part 7**: Root Phi Conic Sonic Tune Up

**Part 8**: Why 24?

**Part 9**: Phi to 20,000 Decimal Places

**Index**

** Index of Number Harmonics**

**Section 4 –**

**8 SAMPLE PAGES From ****“THE BOOK OF PHI, Volume 4”**

Phi Code of 12 Pairs of 9 superimposed upon a background generated from the family of Complex Numbers, in this case, generating a 12-rayed design.

(page 3 of 197)

“108 is the Pin Number for the Universe”

drawing by Jain

(page 15 of 197)

“Baalbek” an ancient roman city for the gods. I visited this place with my Lebanese Parents, when I was 15, and it altered my life towards seeking the mystical and the realms of ancient knowledge.

There is one part of this complex building, where the largest stone in the world exists, that is supported upon stone pillars, yet no scientist can explain how the heck they managed to raise this plinth/lintel, yet no modern technology nor crane can lift the weight of this one cut stone…. only metaphysics can explain how this was done, by understanding the use of the fractal unified field.

(page 56 of 197)

The “108 Letterbox” photo taken on the outskirts of Bondi Beach, Sydney.

I like the way the vine grows upon the brickwork, as the word “vine” is part of the modern word “**divine**” or “**de vina**” which means of the vine or **fractal branching**.

(page 69 of 197)

How amazing is that: that the Prime Numbers, when plotted on a spiral of naturally sequenced numbers (1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9- etc) generates a flower!

This is combined Divine Symmetry and Asymmetry at its best.

(page 93 of 197)

Interesting! The Queen of England wearing the 4th Dimensional Templar Prime Number Cross. Well if your intent is to rule the world, what better mathematical or galactical symbol would be more potent than this. Well done, my queen.

(page 103 of 197)

Circularizing the 24 Repeating Pattern upon a wheel of lengths that critically obey the numbers. Its an interesting concept that I have developed and in need of giving it a name, I call it “Mystic Cogged Wheel” and it can be applied to other important sequences. This particular diagram is really a worksheet for teenage students so that they discover this for themselves, rather than just giving them this knowledge.

(page 133 of 197)

Plotting the 108 Phi Code on the 9 Point Circle shows there is inherent symmetry yet again. It would be interesting to view this 2-dimensional yantra as a 3-dimension mandala.

(page 158 of 197)

**Section 5 – SEARCH ENGINE KEYWORDS**

The Book Of Phi, 108, Phi Code, 108 Code. Phi, Jain, Jain 108, Sacred Geometry, Fibonacci, Platonic Solids, Divine Proportion, 24 Pattern, da Vinci Code, Pine Cone, 9 Point Circle, Mathematics, Vedic Mathematics, Harmonics, Gayatri Mantra, Prime Numbers, Prime Number Cross, Templars, Templar Cross, Phi-Prime, Palindrome, Wheel of 24, 3-4-5 Triangle, Pentacle, Root Phi, Powers Of Phi, Phi Spiral, Lily Moses, Golden Mean, Baalbek, caduceus, Chalice of Glastonbury, Complementary Pairs, Aysha Jain Sun, Cuboctahedron, Digital Compression, Erastosthenes, Flower of Life, Fractal, Gematria, Haha-Aha, Hermes, Hydrogen Atom, Jacob’s Ladder, Leadbeater, Magic Squares, Maltese Cross, Penta Hexa, pyramids, Rhombic Triacontahedron, Rhombic Dodecahedron, Speed Of Light, Square The Circle, Sri Yantra, Star of David, Stairway to Heaven, sunflower, stonehenge, swaztika, Third Eye, Ulam’s Rose, Unity Consciousness, Vedic Maths, Vesica Piscis, Yantra, Crown Chakra, radians, Queen of England, Stargate, Pythagorean Triple, vexillology, yantra, rose flower, Rings of 24, Penta Hexa, Kathleen McGowan, James McCanney, Randy Masters, Kirlian Photography, Buckminster Fuller, Adrian Asfar, Ambulance Symbol, etheric structure, crusaders, Order of Saint John,

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Weight | 1100 g |
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Dimensions | 30 × 21 × 2 cm |

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