# The unified equation by the Proportion 19 (-1:3)

## DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14419/ijamr.v2i2.692## Published:

2013-03-24## Abstract

As mankind is created in the image of a creator, the mathematical continuum is understandably connected, not by “Strings”, but by rational coordinates of mathematics. That is what this manuscript is all about; the rationalization of the natural expanse of mathematics and the stark reality of -1. The section on the mathematical PI (?) clearly proves the -1 constriction of 4-1.

*Definition of the Unified Theorem:*

*“The ascension and expansion of all space (and mass) is curved, spiral and warped because of the -1 zero inverse primordial constriction of all space by -1. 4-(1) =+3). Bounded space is inverse at -1, a non-collapsible curve.*

*The value of -1 is -1 for numbers and 0.5/60(1/120) for non-linear space. The minus 1 is manifested at proportion 19 as a composite of the **of the values 9 and 10, both by numbers and prime angle (1:3). The proof of -1 is and has always been in the mathematical Pi (?), corrected trigonometry, and the spiral curved ascension of Prime numbers***.”*** **This proof is clearly stated under the section for the “mathematical Pi (?) where the author has clearly proven -1 by theorem.”*

This manuscript has been preceded by several manuscripts on Prime numbers, -1 and Prime number 19 that show the unified mathematics as a consequence of a -1 Vedic zero, and the overall -1 ( 4-3) . As the treatise on the **Unified Theorem**, this is all written by simple theorem .This manuscript completely disregards current mathematical theory with regard to non- linear mathematics as irrelevant to mathematics.

The clear assertion is that the -1 Vedic zeros is the correct zero, but that the current null zero is in error. The inverse curved value off-set of -1 is the value that precedes the +1 value, and it is clearly stated by this author that mathematically a curve cannot ever be collapsed to null. There is no logical compromise in this regard.

Essentially and mathematically the author validates the primordial -1, and the absolute primordial value of **360** as not being an arbitrary value, and the inverse constriction of the horizons by 4-1=3(-1/4)*4=-1.This translates into a rotation of 1/3 from 90 degrees to 120 degrees, which defines 360 as (90):*1*4=4 versus (90):*0.75*4 = 3 offset at 360. See the diagram.

We have also shown that the **locus site** for the -1 constriction of all space by trigonometry and prime numbers is the **prime 19 gap**, represented by the numbers (9), 19, (10) and the set 18 (19) 20 which is a -1 tangent set. We have also shown that the correct zero offset is not the current null zero, but the Vedic-1 zero, (not understood as such by the Vedic people)

The author has clearly unified the mathematics of prime numbers, space, the mathematical Pi, and trigonometry under -1, Vedic zero, Prime 19(9, 10) as the prime (1:3) modulator of space. The basic root of the unified mathematics is also based on the Vedic zero, as is expressed herein the 1:3 ascension of prime numbers and the **Pythagoras theorem** **at** ). Each of the unification in trigonometry, prime numbers, and mathematical Pi (?) is discussed separately.

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