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Above left, a 1936 illustration, by Frank Thone, a plant physiologist, of a "plant", formerly thought of as a "biological thing", newly depicted as a light-powered "CHNOPS Plus" system; a physico-chemical upgrade to the defunct anthropism and or myth-based "bio" category, or organic / inorganic divide, above right.[1]

In terms, bio (TR:75) (LH:10) (TL:85), from the Greek bios (βίος) (NE:282), meaning "diameter of a 888 unit circumference solar circle", a number numerically equivalent to Jesus (or Horus as sun god), is a defunct terminology, employed, in post-Greek renaissance times, to distinguish certain types of animation, such as plants, animals, and humans, as being in possession of a special "property", whether god-given, e.g. the power of the ankh placed to the mouth of clay humans, or the magic fire of Ptah, etc., that differentiated them, in some way, from inanimate things, such as rocks or water.


888 | Solar square

An attempted rendition of how Pythagoras used magic squares as proofs for his Pythagorean theorem.[2]
See main: Solar magic square

In 520BC, Pythagoras, having studies mathematics in Egypt, was said to have been employing magic squares[3], e.g. in his proofs of the Pythagorean theorem. An example of this is pictured adjacent.[2]

In this period, someone began to associate a magic square for each of the seven wandering stars, i.e. the sun, moon, and the five visible planets: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. The so-called "solar magic square" is shown below, wherein we see that the sum of the six rows equals "666", and whose six rows and two diagonals equals "888":[4]

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In 200AD, amid the Roman recension, when the New Testament of the Bible was written, the number "666" was called the "mark of the beast".[5] Likewise, the number "888", via gematria rendering, became or formed the Greek name Ιησούς (NE:888), i.e. "Iesous", or Jesus.

Presumably, this 888 / 666 solar pattern, is symbolic, in some way, of the ancient 3,200 pre-Dynastic Horus (sun) vs Set (night) battle motif, Horus as the sun and Set as the beast.[6] Little, however, is known about Egyptian mathematics, other than that fact that it was where the Greeks learned their mathematics.

282 | Diameter of Jesus

A circle with a circumference of "888", which is the numerical equivalent value (NE) of the name "Jesus" (or Ιησούς), has a diameter of "282", which is the NE-value of the term "bio" (or βίος), the root term of biology, meaning that biology is the study of the diameter of Jesus, in plain speak.

The isopsephy value of the term "bio", via the Greek βίος, is numerically equivalent to "282". With reference to the solar magic square, the number "282" is the closest whole number diameter, for circle with a circumference of 888, as shown below:

  • D = 281 yields C = 882.79 (5.21 less than 888)
  • D = 282 yields C = 885.93 (2.07 less than 888)
  • D = 283 yields C = 889.07 (1.07 more than 888)



Hence, in translation, the term "bios"

In 520BC, Pythagoras, in addition to using magic squares, is also associated with the mathematical parable of the geometry of "measure of the fish"[7], amid which, the number "282", the isopsephy value of βίος (bio), supposedly, can be derived from the solar magic square; one take on this is as follows:

“The names Jesus (888) and Christ (1480), by gematria, both are related to the two Greek words for life: ‘zoe’ and ‘bios’. Each diagram, shown below, also brings out the cosmological number 1332 (666 x 2) which is, like 888 and 1480, obtained from the magic square of the sun. The whole arrangement is one of logos, ratio, and harmony, symbolizing Jesus the Christ as the cosmic word of life and light.”
— David Fideler (1993), Jesus Christ: Sun of God (pg. 269) [8]

815 | Zoe

The following is a quick geometric summary of this.[8]

The NE-value for zoe or ζωή in Greek is "815", which translates as: "life, Eve" or "force, power".[9] This connects to the number "888" as follows:

“The phrase: ‘I am the life’ (ειμι η ζωη [815]) is numerically equivalent to 888.”
— Chevalier Emerys (2007), Revelation of the Holy Grail (pg. 204)[10]

In this period, the terms "zoe" and "bios" were bound up in the myth of Dionysus; one take on this is as follows:

Life is what the ancient Greeks called ‘zoe’ and distinguished from ‘bios’. In his study of the Dionysus myth, the philologist Carl Kerenyi (1969) clarifies that, in Greek thought, bios designates ‘the characteristic traits of a specified life, the outlines that distinguish one living thing from another’—in other words, this or that specific individual, who lives and dies. By contrast, zoe designates ‘life in general, without further characterization ... and experienced without limitations’: the life that passes through individuals but is irreducible to them, ‘the thread upon which every individual bios is strung like a bead, and, which, in contrast to bios, can be conceived of only as endless.’[11] The Greeks associated zoe, this impersonal and pre-individual life, with the god Dionysus, whom Nietzsche associates not only with fluid becoming, but with music, conceiving music as revealing and contributing to an anonymous sonic flux.”
— Christopher Cox (2018), Sonic Flux: Sound, Art, and Metaphysics (pg. 31) [12]

The god Dionysus, is the Greek respect of the Egyptian god Osiris.

In 200AD, amid the Roman recension, the joint god Osiris-Horus became rescripted into the character of Jesus or Jesus Christ. In this transition, the Pythagorean feeding 5000 geometry motif, plus the bios = 282, plus the zoe = 815, were combined and rescripted into the story of Jesus Christ, and Jesus feeding 5000. The number "282" also renders, via isopsephy equivalence, as: all, whole, or entire.[9]

Bios | Life

In c.495BC, Heraclitus, in fragment 48, supposedly, was using the term “βίος” in the sense of life.[13]

In c.470BC, Pindar was said to be using the term “βίος” in the sense of “life after death”.[14]

In 430BC, Euripides, in one of his works, supposedly, employed the term “bio” or prefix “bio-”, meaning as “life” in Greek; some, such as Georg Misch (1950), claiming this is where "bio" originated.[15]

Life terminology | Upgrades

See main: Life terminology reform

In 1925, Alfred Lotka, in his “Regarding Definitions” chapter, the opening chapter of his Elements of Physical Biology, stated that any and all attempts to define “life” in terms of physics and chemistry, or to discern a life / non-life divide, will result in a “hunt for a Jabberwock”, and prophesized that in the future literature of “exact science”, the term “life”, which in his day “defied definition”, would become “wholly unnecessary”.[16]

In 1938, Charles Sherrington, in his Man on His Nature, that the term “life” disappears when “physics and chemistry” have entered the discussion.

In 1966, Francis Crick, in his Of Molecules in Men, in the aftermath of various vitalism debates, stated that "we should abandon the word alive"; which is equivalent to saying, scientifically, that the term "bio" should be abandoned.


In 1936, Frank Thone, was depicting a sun-powered plant, as shown above, as a "CHNOPS plus" thing.[1]

In 1974, Henry Swan redefined biochemistry (i.e. bio-chemistry), indirectly, as the study of "powered-CHNOPS systems", therein usurping the now-defunct prefix “bio” with “powered”.[17]

In 2012, Libb Thims, following his heated "defunct theory of life" debate (2009), began to replace many (or all) Hmolpedia "bio-" prefixes with the prefix "powered CHNOPS+", meaning that "powered" is a workable replacement for the mythologically-loaded "bio" prefix; what was formerly considered "alive" is now considered "powered", and that what as formerly defined as being "so full of life" or "so alive", is a reference to being "more powered" or in a state of "higher power" (albeit not in the theological sense), in modern physico-chemically neutral terminology.[17]


The following are related quotes:

Thermodynamically, one cannot technically say that there is such a thing as a ‘bio’. Correctly, one can say, thermodynamically speaking, that there exist such things as ‘powered CHNOPS+’ [atomic geometries] things, using Henry Swan’s 1974 terminology.”
Libb Thims (2017), mental note arisen via dialogue (Ѻ)(Ѻ) with Philoepisteme, Dec 5
“The oblivious person can get away with the terms ‘biochemistry’ or ‘biophysics’, when writing a general encyclopedia, such as Wikipedia or Britannica, but when one is penning a thermodynamics-based encyclopedia, when the terms ‘biothermodynamics’, ‘biological thermodynamics’, ‘biochemical thermodynamics’ are reached, in respect to the need to pen encyclopedia articles on such terms, is the point where the mind crosses the line-in-the-sand of absurdities.”
— Libb Thims (2020), “Mental Note”, arisen while add the ID column to the top 2000 minds at the point when he went to look up the age of Lawrence Henderson in Wikipedia, and seeing the sentence: “he became one of the leading biochemists of the early 20th century” (see: abioism), 1:57AM CST, Oct 27
“The only thing correct about ‘bio’, is as an acronym for the elements: Boron (Z:5), Iodine (Z:53), and Oxygen (Z:8), which are three of the 26 elements of the human molecular formula.”
— Libb Thims (2020), “wake-up mental note made yesterday”, 10:59PM CST Nov 10

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See also


  1. 1.0 1.1 Thone, Frank. (1936). “Nature Ramblings: ‘Chnops,’ Plus”, Science News Letters (CHNOPS, pg. 110; protoplasm, pg. 110), 30(801), Aug 15.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Maor, Eli. (2007). The Pythagorean Theorem: a 4,000-Year History (Pythagorean magic squares, pg. 101-). Princeton.
  3. Magic square – Wikipedia.
  4. Sinclaire, Aloixa. (2016). “The Sun’s Magic Square” (666, 4:15-), YT, Jun 17.
  5. Number of the beast – Wikipedia.
  6. Note: research in this area is needed.
  7. Measure of the fish – Hmolpedia 2020.
  8. 8.0 8.1 Fideler, David. (1993). Jesus Christ, Sun of God: Ancient Cosmology and Early Christian Symbolism (Bios, 282, pgs. 114, 269, 425). Quest Books.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Barry, Kieren. (1999). The Greek Qabalah: Alphabetic Mysticism and Numerology in the Ancient World (pdf) (#284, pgs. 227; #815, pg. 249). Weiser.
  10. Enerys, Chevalier. (2007). Revelation of the Holy Grail (pg. 204). LuLu.
  11. Kerenyi, Carl. (1969). Dionysus: Archetypal Image of Indestructible Life (translator: Ralph Manheim) (pg. xxxii). Princeton, 1996.
  12. Cox, Christopher. (2018). Sonic Flux: Sound, Art, and Metaphysics (pg. 31). Publisher.
  13. Fragment 48 (Heraclitus) – WikiSource.
  14. Blakeney, Edward H. (1904). Euripides: Hercules Furens (note #664, pgs. 99-100). William Blackwood and Sons.
  15. Misch, Georg. (1950). A History of Autobiography in Antiquity, Part 1 (pg. 62). Psychology Press.
  16. Regarding definitions (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.
  17. 17.0 17.1 Life terminology upgrades (subdomain) – Hmolpedia 2020.

External links

  • Bio- – Hmolpedia 2020.
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