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The 4th of the 32 Paths is called the Measuring Intelligence. In Key 4 we see the Emperor

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"The Pythagoreans considered all mathematical science to be divided into four parts: one half they marked off as concerned with

-- Proclus:

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The 4th of the 32 Paths is called the Measuring Intelligence. In Key 4 we see the Emperor

*weighing*the sphere in the left hand, and holding a*measuring*tool in the right hand. Heh is the Window, HH = 10. There are 10 points in the Pythagorean Tetraktys, which is our philosophical*counting*tool. 1+2+3+4 = 10 = 1Listen:

"The Pythagoreans considered all mathematical science to be divided into four parts: one half they marked off as concerned with

**quantity**, the other half with**magnitude**; and each of these they posited as twofold. A quantity can be considered in regard to its character by itself or in its relation to another quantity; magnitudes as either stationary or in motion. Arithmetic, then, studies quantity as such; music the relations between quantities; geometry [studies] magnitude at rest, spherics [studies] magnitude inherently moving."-- Proclus:

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*Via Mathesis*is the path of spiritual attainment through the inner qualitative experience of quantitative mathematical truth. The basic skills of the mathematical alchemist are**and***weighing***, reminding us of the a Masonic doctrine that "the Master Builder hath ordered all things by weight, measure, and number."***counting*