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Analysis of Sequence Codes of Tiny Co-ordinates (U,Z) and Numerology (N)

The `U-coordinate' of 4.17-Second Code on X-axis

The `Z-coordinate' of 4.17-Second Code on Y-axis

Analysis of 4.17-Second Codes (TiC): Table #1

Analysis of 4.17-Second Codes (TiC): Table #2

Analysis of 4.17-Second Codes (TiC): Table #3
01: AA02: BB03: CC04: DD05: EE06: FF07: GG08: HH09: II10: JJ
11: AK12: BL13: CA14: DB15: EC16: FD17: GE18: HF19: IG20: JH
21: AI22: BJ23: CK24: DL25: EA26: FB27: GC28: HD29: IE30: JF
31: AG32: BH33: CI34: DJ35: EK36: FL37: GA38: HB39: IC40: JD
41: AE42: BF43: CG44: DH45: EI46: FJ47: GK48: HL49: IA50: JB
51: AC52: BD53: CE54: DF55: EG56: FH57: GI58: HJ59: IK60: JL

Analysis of 4.17-Second Codes (TiC): Table #4

Tiny Code Formula (TiC): TiC=5x{11-[(Z-U) (Mod 12)]}+U
ExplanationAssume the `Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates' are (U,Z) and the `Sequence Code of Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates' is `TiC'. The values of `U' and `Z' can determine the `Sequence Code of Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates' by the formula. On the contrary, the values of `U' and `Z' can be read from the table of `Sequence Code of Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates'. The `Sequence Code of Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates' is also named as `4.17-second Numerology' or `Tiny Numerology' (N). Thus, N=TiC. The `Tiny Code Formula' is also called `Tiny Numerology Formula'. The `Tiny Code Formula' is TiC=5x{11-[(Z-U) (Mod 12)]}+U. The Stem (U) and Root (Z) of `Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates' can be found from `Tiny Numerology' (N) by the `Stem & Root' Formulae. The `Stem & Root' Formulae are U=N (Mod 10) & Z=N-1 (Mod 12). No matter male or female, the tiny fortune of a person always starts from the `Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates' at birth (UN7,ZN7). The tiny fortune of a person follows the order of `Fortune Co-ordinates' (U,Z) and it always moves to the next pair of co-ordinates after passing the time at 0 second, four and one-sixth seconds or a multiple of four and one-sixth seconds (approximately 4.17 seconds). Everybody's `Tiny Fortune' spins clockwise and shifts to next four and one-sixth seconds according to the `Sequence Code of Fortune Co-ordinates' on a 4.17-second base. The `Tiny Fortune' recurs in 60 `Fortune Co-ordinates' expressed as `(U,Z)' where `U' and `Z' are integers. For `U' values, 1 is `A', 2 is `B', 3 is `C', 4 is `D', 5 is `E', 6 is `F', 7 is `G', 8 is `H', 9 is `I', 10 is `J'. So, (1,0)=A0, (2,1)=B1, (3,2)=C2, and so on. For `Z' values, 0 is `A', 1 is `B', 2 is `C', 3 is `D', 4 is `E', 5 is `F', 6 is `G', 7 is `H', 8 is `I', 9 is `J', 10 is `K', 11 is `L'. So, (1,0)=1A, (2,1)=2B, (3,2)=3C, and so on. For all in terms of alphabets, (1,0)=AA, (2,1)=BB, (3,2)=CC, and so on. They are called `Tiny Codes'. Usually, `Tiny Numerology' (N) is expressed by one or two digits to note the `Sequence Code of Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates'. For example, `N=4' or `N=04' means the 4th entry in the table of `Sequence Code of Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates' and `N=59' means it is the 59th entry. For easier time strap comparison by computer, the `Tiny Numerology' (N) must be expressed by two digits. Conventionally, the Numerology (N) of time is expressed beginning with year. For example, `N=28313827133441' stands for `H3(year)A6(month)H1(day)G2(hour)C0(10-minute)D9(50-second)A4(4.17-second)'. The time is 3:07:39a.m. on 15th June, 2011. `N=12252225533056' stands for `B11E0B9E0C4J5F7'. The time is 11:44:42p.m. on 20th Dec., 1995. A `Tiny Code' can be expressed in six different ways. The commonest form is to express the `Tiny Code' as `Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates', (U,Z). `U' is a value on the X-axis of a `X-Y' plane and `Z' is a value on the Y-axis of a `X-Y' plane. `U=(Mod 10)' is a special modulated function such that the smallest value of it is 1 and the largest value of it is 10. If U>10 then `U' becomes `U-10' and if U<1 then `U' becomes `U+10'. Thus, the value range of `U=(Mod 10)' is from 1 to 10. `Z=(Mod 12)' is a modulated function such that if `Z' is greater than 11 then `Z' becomes `Z-12' and if `Z' is less than 0 then `Z' becomes `Z+12'. Thus, the value range of `Z=(Mod 12)' is from 0 to 11.
ExampleIf the `Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates' are (4,1), apply the `Tiny Code Formula'. TiC=5x{11-[(Z-U) (Mod 12)]}+U. TiC=5x{11-[(1-4) (Mod 12)]}+4. TiC=5x{11-[-3 (Mod 12)]}+4. TiC=5x{11-[12-3]}+4. TiC=5x{11-9}+4. TiC=5x2+4. TiC=14. Thus, the `Sequence Code of Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates' of (4,1) is `14'. The `Tiny Numerology' (N) is `14' or N=14. Besides, the `Tiny Code' of `TiC=14' can also be expressed as `TiC=(4,1)', `TiC=D1', `TiC=4B', `TiC=DB' and `TiC=DIM-CHO'. If the `Tiny Numerology' is 1, N=1, find the Stem (U) and Root (Z) of the `Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates'. Apply the `Stem & Root Formulae'. U=1 (Mod 10) & Z=1-1 (Mod 12). U=1 & Z=0 (Mod 12). U=1 & Z=0. Thus, the Stem (U) of `Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates' is 1 and the Root (Z) of `Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates' is 0. The `Tiny Fortune Co-ordinates' are (1,0). Since the Tiny Code (TiC) is same as `Tiny Numerology' (N), TiC=01 and TiC=(1,0). The Tiny Code (TiC) can also be expressed as `TiC=A0', `TiC=1A', `TiC=AA' or `TiC=GAP-CHI'.