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I spent the afternoon and some of last evening trying to figure out if there was a magic hexagram somewhere, using the numbers 1-12, that adds up to 34: **3 + 4 = 7**. The ones in the model I linked to add up to 32, and 33. I'm thinking, why not 34, but it's a far reach from columns of 5 numbers, 1-12, adding up to 34, to a magic hexagram. I am NOT a math whiz. Yes, I plugged into a spreadsheet about 15 - 20 combinations of 5 numbers, using 1 thru 12, that add up to 34. I even read PDF files on how to find magic 'squares' and hexagrams. But it's totally lost on me. Some of you are geniuses, some are math whizzes. Is there one of you out there that can tell if this is a possibility ??

What I would like to see is the hexagram filled with numbers, 5 to a side, that add up to 34, then you would have a 12 compartmented box filled with numbers, 5 to a side, the reduced value of which would be 7. Looks significant to me. Then we would have something to talk about, directions, or whatever.

btw, in my perusal of the Gematria factor, it is common to get to an integral reduced value; e.g. 32 = 3+2 = 5, so this approach fits in. And all ya all puhleeez don't start giving me all that special knowledge stuff....you know dozens of you are pursuing avenues like crazy that any one of us could argue same back at ya....so just ease up for now.

IF there is such a magic hexagram, then that would give a fixed placement for the numbers 1 thru 12 inside the SofD. That's why I was hoping for the find. Now, I have to say, I have no idea what the next step would be. But I'd be willing to wager, this collective mind would come up with something.

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