# Musings from a Cosmology of Light #34: The Significance of Number

Any cosmology should be complete enough that the significance of number is evident as a result of its processes and operations. This is indeed the case in a Cosmology of Light as this blog post will illustrate.

Zero (0): The meaning of ‘0’ is encapsulated by the reality envisioned to exist in Light’s native state. This is a state of all possibility, in which Light travels infinitely fast. This all possibility can be thought of as an Absoluteness, that then becomes the significance of ‘0’.

One (1): When Light’s native state is perceived slightly differently then the unity and integrality of everything in it become clear. ‘1’ then signifies the concept of Unity.

Two (2): In a Cosmology of Light it is envisioned that materialization begins when light projects itself at a slower speed. Such a projection signifies a Decision to Create or to Project, and this becomes the significance of ‘2’.

Three (3): An elaboration of such a projection would reveal three states. There is some original state from which the projection takes place, and then two ways in which the projection would exist — one in which it is static, and another in which it is dynamic. These three states can be thought of as the vertices of a triangle, that becomes a first stability and marks the beginning of the creation. ‘3’ then signifies this Stability or the Beginning of Creation. Further, the ‘top’ vertex can be viewed as a play of Knowledge. The vertex symbolizing the static aspect can be viewed as a play of Presence. The vertex signifying the dynamic aspect can be viewed as a play of Power.

Four (4): The awareness created within the stable space signified by ‘3’ allows choice and action, and this is how the principle of Harmony begins to be established. So the addition of the fourth principle within a stability then reflects something of the four properties of Light. Such a material reflection of the four properties implicit in Light signifies a manifestation. ‘4’ hence signifies Manifestation.

Five (5): ‘5’ can be thought of as the addition of ‘4’ and ‘1’. The principle of manifestation supported by an underlying unity so that it can repeat itself, again and again, is what power is. ‘5’ then signifies Power.

Six (6): ‘6’ can be thought of as the addition of ‘4’ and ‘2’. The combination of the principles of manifestation and the decision to create, then signifies creativity. So ‘6’ signifies Creativity.

Seven (7): ‘7’ can be thought of as the addition of ‘4’ and ‘3’. The combination of stability and manifestation signifies realization. ‘7’ then signifies Realization.

Eight (8): ‘8’ can be thought of as the addition of ‘4’ and ‘4’. This would be both an inner and an outer manifestation which would signify abundance. ‘8’ then is Abundance.

Nine (9): ‘9’ is the addition of the principles of ‘4’ and ‘5’. When manifestation and power come together then manifestation continues to boundaries. This dynamic can be thought of as a process of creativity. ‘9’ then signifies Process of Creativity.

Ten (10): ‘10’ suggests that whatever specific potentiality existed in ‘0’ that sought to express itself is now complete. ‘10’ then signifies Completion.

The following youtube video goes over the meta-logic of Time and Space from a Cosmology of Light point of view. The significance of number is critical in an understanding of cycles that govern time and space, as will also be elaborated in subsequent blog posts.