The Pythagorean Code
The belief of the Pythagoreans that everything is expressed and interpreted by numbers is evidenced by the saying "the wisest of the beings is number". Within the ten chapters of this book, the full relationship of the Hellenic language with mathematics, physics, astronomy, medicine and all fields of science is demonstrated.
The Pythagoreans and Plato were convinced that the world was built from the five elements (fire, earth, water, air and ether), i.e. the five regular solids. The correspondence of each one of these is explained for the first time in the fourth chapter, through the Pythagorean code. Despite the controversies and reactions that have been expressed from time to time, the reader will come to the conclusion that the decoding of the Greek language can lead the man to the path of truth.
This book presents the schematic and lexarithmic decoding of the 27 letters of the Greek alphabet, as well as the first 10 consecutive natural numbers. It also reveals important secrets of the Pythagorean and Magic Squares.