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Part 3 Penta
Finally, we have arrived and entered the magic kingdom of the “Penta” ... number relationships centered around multiples of 5. This is quite a large section. The beauty ... and the devil ... are necessarily in the details ... and many of those details require looking at just the 1^{st} (“ones”) and/or 2^{nd} (“tens” together with the “ones”) number values throughout the pattern. The reader will be rewarded with a breathtaking panorama ... an exquisite choreography ... of intricate number relationships and the wonderful patterns that unfold. Ultimately, the larger vista will become apparent and one can delve into the structural details as one so desires.
Part of the sublime beauty of 5based patterns is knowing that the pentagon contains the Golden Mean and together it implicitly informs the design structure of much of what we know as organic life ... including the very shape of our own DNA double helix spiral (axial view). The DNA Master Chart (from “GoDNA: The Geometry of DNA”) explicitly draws out the pentagon reference of the double helix ... most especially for the manner in which the concentric doublepentagons resonate and predictably inform the various parts of the structure to the whole of its axial patter. Such perfect reproducibility is, of course, the hallmark of this molecular species.
Now finding that a similar resonating pattern based on 5’s is fundamentally built into the Brooks (Base) Square of the Inverse Square Law is so absolutely profound that one must entertain the idea that perhaps ... just perhaps ... it is the actual blueprint for the Architecture of SpaceTime itself!
Onward.
Note: Reference to the 1^{st} number = “ones” value and/or to the 2^{nd} number = “ten” and “ones” number values follow as per this example: numbers 3, 42, 58. If we are referring to the 1^{st} number, we have 3, 2, and 8, respectively. If referring to the 2^{nd} number values, we have 03, 42, and 58, respectively.
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1^{st} Number Penta Relationships
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113  BS Rule 113: There are 36 grid number values contained in every 5x5’s. 

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114  BS Rule 114: All but 8 of 36 grid number values are derived directly from the 1^{st} number values of the PD ... exclusively 014965. 
Note: Restated: Six #s ...014965 ... account for all the 1^{st} #s of the PD, and, for all 28 of the possible 36 1^{st} # values of any 5x5’s within the SIG. The 1^{st} # values 2378 (twice over) account for the remaining values. 
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115  BS Rule 115: The perimeter of any SIG 5x5’s contains only 014965 1^{st }number values with opposite sides running in reverse order. Values in adjacent sides always add up to ∑=10 in one of two alternating patterns ... both with 180〫rotational symmetry. 
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116  BS Rule 116: The interior of any SIG 5x5’s contains only 023785 1^{st} number values, and since the inner diagonals are either all 0 or all 5, the remaining 8 grid spots ... 2 in each quadrant ... are filled exclusively with nonPD 1^{st }number values 2378 in a rotationalsymmetry array that always places 7 3 and 82 kiddycorner, respectively, so that their ∑=10. 
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117  BS Rule 117: Combining the two sets of alternating patterns (Rule 115116), gives us the matrix grid of Brooks (Base) Square. 
Note: Individual 5x5’s (except for Column A and PD variations) and cluster sets of 4, 16 and more 5x5’s have both mirror and 180〫rotational symmetry. 
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118  BS Rule 118: Looking at the nodes, we see two patterns of 1^{st} number values radiating outward and alternating within the SIG. 

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119  BS Rule 119: Combining the two alternating node patterns (above) into this 5x5’s 4cluster set, we can easily see the 180〫rotational symmetry in both the cluster and individual cells, as well as the mirror symmetry between adjacent cells. 
Note: Also note that a given cell is repeated diagonally in either direction.

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120  BS Rule 120: If the 1^{st} node of a 5x5’s is 5, then its next two interior numbers ... taken from the nonPD interior number roster 2378... will be 28. If the node is 0, its next two interior numbers will be 73. 

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121  BS Rule 121: The 1^{st} number sums, ∑, of the interior 2738 series, the crossdiagonal 50 series, and the net perimeter series (nodes + #s between) on any SIG 5x5’s always = 150. 

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122  BS Rule 122: The 5base triangles formed as a 5x5’s butts up to the PD at successive nodes have identical 1^{st }number values, as the PD is itself 1^{st }number symmetrical about each 5based node. 

Note: Perimeter = 5+20+5+20+0+20 = 70 and interior = 30. The 1^{st} #s are identical in value on all three sides. This pattern naturally fits in with the staggered, alternating 5x5’s pattern whose base and height 1^{st }# values are identical to and derived from those of the PD!

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123  BS Rule 123: The triangles formed from 5x5’s, node to node, may also be seen as quadrants of a larger diamondsquare (5x5’ds). When doubled in size, they may be seen joining every other 5based node as halves of larger 5x5’s squares or quadrants of 5x5’ds diamondsquares. 
Note: Large 5x5’ds diamondsquares formed as vertices of even 5based nodes are all identical, as to pattern and values, of their 1^{st} number values. 
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124  BS Rule 124: Plotting only 1^{st} # 5based nodes and the 00 and 55 crisscrossing diagonals on Brooks (Base) Square shows us the 1^{st} number pattern of all the 0’s and 5’s. 
Note: This naturally reveals concentric diamondsquares alternating 5’s and 0’s. 
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125  BS Rule 125: Filling one such large diamondsquare (2256251000600) with its 1^{st} number interior numbers (037825), again demonstrates the mirror symmetry about the 25625 horizontal line and the 180〫rotational symmetry for the 1^{st} #s. 
Note: Notice how any intermediate diamondsquare (e.g. 300400800600) has identical 1^{st} numbers. Within these, any smaller diamondsquare is mirrored across the center point. 
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126  BS Rule 126: Every diagonal consists of all odd or all even 1^{st} number values and these alternate across the matrix in both diagonal directions. They repeat every 10^{th} diagonal. There are always four values between 0 and 5, just like on the PD. The even diagonals have 1^{st} # values of 02468, the odds 13579. While consistently repeating in a given diagonal, each odd and each even diagonal has a unique sequence (9 versions) until it repeats at every 10 diagonals. 
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127  BS Rule 127: The crisscross pattern of 1^{st} # 5based nodes described in Rule 124 can be shown to surround sets of odd/even diagonal 1^{st} #s that are centered on 0 or 5, respectively. In between the crisscross of the 5based nodes and the odd/even diagonal diamond sets is a perimeter diamond set... like a matt around an image in a picture frame ... containing the opposite odd/even diagonal numbers from that of the interior. 
Note: Restated: If a diamondsquare has a center of 5 (an odd #), it will be nested in a larger node diamond of 0’s (even #s), and in between, concentric diamond layers will radiate outward, alternating evenoddevenodd and vice versa. A diamondsquare with 0 at its center will radiate as 0oddevenoddeven5. 
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128  BS Rule 128: Combining rules 125 and 126 for 1^{st} # diagonals, we can see the full pattern of 5based nodes and their internal 1^{st} # values as:


Note: The vertices #s for the even nodes are all PD #s (46), internal #s are not (28). Also, the vertices #s for the odd nodes are all PD #s (19), internal #s are not (37).

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2^{nd} Number Penta Relationships
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129  BS Rule 129: Adding the 2^{nd} # ... that is the “ten” and “ones” number values ... to the diagonal diamond sets spotlights a larger mirror symmetry radiating out from the 625 horizontal and vertical symmetry line. The pattern above the 25625 horizontal line is mirrored below. Additionally, the pattern to the left of the vertical 25625 line is mirrored to its right. 

Note: New, larger symmetries revel themselves as increasing squares of the 5based unit. The crisscross of 0 and 5 diagonals alternates from 5x5’s, cell to cell, and are themselves interspersed within a larger grid pattern. This is a brief introduction to the number relationships of the 2^{nd} (“tens” and “ones”) # values. You may want to revisit this rule after reading through this next little section on the 1^{st} and 2^{nd} # values and the PD.

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130  BS Rule 130: The Prime Diagonal (PD) is symmetric to its 1^{st }# value about every 5based node. 

Note: The 1^{st} # valuses repeat every 10^{th} #.

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131  BS Rule 131: The 1^{st} # values of the PD ... 014965 ...are present on every 5based square or diamondsquare, alternating their sequence as 014965 or 569410 vertically, and, 096145 or 541690 horizontally, between every 5based node. 
Note: There are two, crisscross horizontalvertical patterns. The one whose diamond center lines are intercepted by a vertical column 0PD and a horizontal row 5PD, and the other by the intercept of a vertical column 5PD and horizontal row 0PD. All patterns are equal (see next) when presented as diamondsquares in that they are naturally staggered. 1^{st} # value patterns are identical across the grid. 2^{nd} # value patterns are not. 
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132  BS Rule 132: The 1^{st }# PD Pattern 1, based on vertical column 0PD and horizontal row 5PD, shows the 1^{st} # values to be identical to those in Pattern 2 (Rule 133, below). 

Note: The 2^{nd} # patterns, which overlap here, are different. If the diamondsquare pattern butts up to include the actual PD values, exchange that 0 value for 5.

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133  BS Rule 133: The 1^{st }# PD Pattern 2, based on vertical column 5PD and horizontal row 0PD, shows the 1^{st} # values to be identical to those in Pattern 1 (Rule 132, above). 

Note: The 2^{nd} # patterns, which overlap here, are different. If the diamondsquare pattern butts up to include the actual PD values, exchange that 0 value for 5.

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134  BS Rule 134: The Prime Diagonal (PD) is symmetric to its 2^{nd }# values (‘ten” and “ones”) about the 5based node 625. Specific PDderived patterns inform the 1^{st} and 2^{nd} # values across all the 5based rows and up and down all the 5based columns within any square of diamond square. The patterns of the 1^{st} # values are not the same as those of the 2^{nd}. 

Note: Because of this larger symmetry, the 2^{nd} # values do not repeat until they span symmetrically across the 625 node. It follows this order as shown in this vertical column example from 100PD and down across the 25625 symmetry line. It is easiest to track these sequential progressions from either side of the symmetry lines, in this case from node 525 on the 25625 line. Note that within this larger symmetry at the 625 node where the major pattern direction reverses and now mirrors in the opposite direction, smaller symmetries mirror at each 5based node. Again, tracking their sequences from either direction at each 5based node is the simplest. The column patterns alternate their 2^{nd} # patterns. Furthermore, the 2^{nd} # values of the rows also come in two alternating patterns. That on the major 25625 symmetry line, starting on the PD at 625 and considering it to be zero, count every 7^{th} 2^{nd} # value thereafter along the PD to fill in all the 2^{nd} # values along that 25625 row. And, of course, it completely mirrors on the other side of the 625 node. These two example are just an introduction to the major horizontal and vertical symmetry patterns coming from the 625 node. Alternating In between are the secondary horizontal and vertical patterns. More on this in the following rules and examples.

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135  BS Rule 135: The 2^{nd} # values of the PD include all 25 PD #s up to 625, thereafter they repeat in a mirror symmetry fashion. 
Note: They, of course, are present on the same 5based square and diamondsquare patterns on the grid as where the 1^{st }# values are. They, too, fall into two patterns, 1 and 2, over the grid depending on the intercept of their center axis (diamond). As will be shown over the next several rules, the big difference between 1^{st} and 2^{nd} # pattern distributions is that for the 2^{nd} #s, the patterns 1 and 2 are different ... they alternate from 1 diamondsquare to another, and, importantly, they are mirror symmetric to a much larger symmetry, the symmetry of 625. 
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136  BS Rule 136: The 2^{nd} # PD pattern 1, based on vertical column 0PD and horizontal row 5PD shows that the vertical 2^{nd} # values are taken straight from the PD, and the horizontal 2^{nd} # values are taken from every 7^{th} PD # (see Rule 134). 

Note: When counting the 14 steps from one 2^{nd} # value to the next off the PD sequence 1625, you must actually consider the sequence as going from 0625 and count the 0 and 625 as steps as you “round the corners” so to speak, e.g. 4 to 25, count down 2 steps to 0, then back to 25 for 5 more steps, total = 7.

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137  BS Rule 137: The 2^{nd} # PD pattern 2, based on vertical column 5PD and horizontal row 0PD shows that the vertical 2^{nd} # values are taken straight from other PD #, and the horizontal 2^{nd} # values are taken from every 14^{th} PD # (see Rule 134). In both cases, only every other value on the column or row has its 2^{nd} # value directly from the PD. This is an important difference from pattern 1. 

Note: When counting the 14 steps from one 2^{nd} # value to the next off the PD sequence 1625, you must actually consider the sequence as going from 0625 and count the 0 and 625 as steps as you “round the corners” so to speak, e.g. 36 to 64, count down 6 steps to 0, then back to 64 for 8 more steps, total = 14.

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138  BS Rule 138: Details of Rule 137: The 2^{nd} # PD pattern 2, based on vertical column 5PD and horizontal row 0PD shows that the vertical 2^{nd} # values are taken straight from other PD #, and the horizontal 2^{nd} # values are taken from every 14^{th} PD # (see Rule 134). In both cases, only every other value on the column or row has its 2^{nd} # value directly from the PD. This is an important difference from pattern 1. 

Note: When counting the 14 steps from one 2^{nd} # value to the next off the PD sequence 1625, you must actually consider the sequence as going from 0625 and count the 0 and 625 as steps as you “round the corners” so to speak, e.g. 36 to 64, count down 6 steps to 0, then back to 64 for 8 more steps, total = 14.

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139  BS Rule 139: Details of Rule 136: The 2^{nd} # PD pattern 1, based on vertical column 0PD and horizontal row 5PD shows that the vertical 2^{nd} # values are taken straight from the PD, and the horizontal 2^{nd} # values are taken from every 7^{th} PD # (see Rule 134). 

Note: When counting the 14 steps from one 2^{nd} # value to the next off the PD sequence 1625, you must actually consider the sequence as going from 0625 and count the 0 and 625 as steps as you “round the corners” so to speak, e.g. 4 to 25, count down 2 steps to 0, then back to 25 for 5 more steps, total = 7.

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140  BS Rule 140: In a 5x5’s square, Pattern 1 of 2^{nd} # values becomes easy to see as being symmetric to the 625 PD node symmetry lines. 

Note: The horizontal symmetry line runs from 25625 (PD), and mirrors beyond. The vertical symmetry line mirrors from the 25625 (PD) line up to 100 (PD) and down to 2400 at the next major symmetry line of 502500.

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141  BS Rule 141: In a 5x5’s square, Pattern 2 of 2^{nd} # values becomes easy to see as being symmetric to the 625 PD node symmetry lines. 

Note: The horizontal symmetry line runs from 25625 (PD), and mirrors beyond. The vertical symmetry line mirrors from the 25625 (PD) line up to 100 (PD) and down to 2400 at the next major symmetry line of 502500.

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142  BS Rule 142: Combining the two 2^{nd} # Pattern, 1 and 2, together as 5x5’s squares emphasizes the great symmetrical divide at the 625 symmetry line. 
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143  BS Rule 143: Plotting the 2^{nd} # 5based nodes and their respective 2^{nd} # values ... 00 and 55 ... crisscrossing diagonals ... similar to Rule 124 that was done with the 1^{st }# only values ... gives yet another look at the large, major symmetry focused on the 625 symmetry line. 
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144  BS Rule 144: Taking the same plot from above (Rule 143), another pattern within the pattern emerges. In both diagonal directions, the difference, ∆, in the 2^{nd} # values of a given diagonal are constant down the diagonal ... beginning at the 1^{st} Diagonal from the PD ... and such ∆ grows in each subsequent diagonal by 10, as 203040... even ∆s are always centered on the diagonals that have 5based nodes on the PD, odds in between. All this while maintaining strict mirror symmetry at the 625 symmetry line. 
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145  BS Rule 145: The 2^{nd }#s for any 5based diagonal on any 5x5’ds (diamondsquare) has the following properties:

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BS Rules 146153 that follow are a series of 8 steps to building the square.
There are numerous ways to do this. This is just one example that reveals something about the interconnectedness of the elements of the square.
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146  BS Rule 146: On a square grid, with 0 at the origin, place all the whole number integers ... 1, 2, 3, ... in sequence, and, their square number values along the Prime Diagonal (PD). Preferably, do this in BOLD. 

Note: Go ahead and fill in the next 6 Inner Grid number values by taking the diagonal # and subtracting the PD number above the space, move over to the next blank column value and do the same procedure, and so on. Yes, you can always do this to fill in and/or double check your work. From this point on, we are only going to place 1^{st }# values on the square ... later the 2^{nd }#s ... and finally the remaining # values to complete the grid.

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147  BS Rule 147: Notice the first two diagonal patterns. On the 1^{st} Diagonal from the PD, we have (1), 3, 5 ,7 and on the 2^{nd }Diagonal we have (2), 8, 12. The former is all the odd numbers and each increases by a difference, ∆, of 2. The latter 8, 12 has a ∆ of 4. Could it be that this diagonal of even #s increases sequentially by 4? Fill in the 1^{st }# values only for these two diagonals. 
Note: Notice we have two repeating sequences: 13579 and 82604. At this point, you may suggest that each subsequent diagonal away from the PD increases its number ∆s by 2 over its neighbor diagonal. 
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148  BS Rule 148: Locate all the 5based nodes within the Strict Inner Grid (SIG) and fill them in BOLDLY. Circle, or highlight, those on the PD (25100225400625) and do the same on the axis (510152025...). Forming a diamondsquare, connect all the 0 and 5 nodes with the same value, respectively. Hint: You already have the first 5 on the 1^{st} Diagonal. 
Note: See how the 0 and 5 nodes alternate across the grid. 
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149  BS Rule 149: Draw a light square around one or more of the 5based 5x5’s squares with a 0 vertices at the start. You may also want to draw a faint diamondsquare border around the verticesnodes of a 5x5’s square. Remembering that the 5x5’s perimeter 1^{st} # values are all derived from the PD ... that is 014965 ... do the following: In the perimeter space of any square, place 1496 ... the same 1^{st} number values of the first four PD #s ... in the left perimeter column and again in the right perimeter column, only reverse the sequence order in the latter. The perimeter row is also filled with the same PD 1^{st} # values ... but what is the order? We have learned that throughout the grid, any two 1^{st} #s equidistant from, and at a right angle relationship to, a 0 or 5, always have a sum, ∑=10. So therefore, 9614 satisfy the top row requirement and the reverse for the bottom row. We also remember that the 8 spaces internal to the perimeter 5x5’s are occupied by the remaining 1^{st} numbers NOT on the PD ...2378. Satisfying the right angle relationship rule (above), we see that 37 and 28 are the only diagonal pair combinations possible. We have to decide which group ... 72 or 27 or 38 or 83 ... goes in the top remaining row. Once we pick even one space value all others will be automatically determined by the dictates of the pattern. While there are a number (no pun intended) of ways, the easiest rule to remember is the basic diagonal rule ... diagonals alternate odd and even and increase their ∆s by 2. Applying that rule makes 72 the only choice. Otherwise, you can remember this little rule: like James Bond 007, 0s like 73, 5s like 82. (Seems now, with that knowledge, you can also fill in the truncated diamondsquare.) 
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150  BS Rule 150: Knowing that every diamondsquare ... and the 5x5’s square it contains ... is identical, you can now fill in the rest of the grid 1^{st }# values. 
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151  BS Rule 151: Applying Rule 143 for the crisscrossing diagonals of 0 and 5, and a little help from Rule 134, we can add quite a bit of the whole number and 2^{nd }# values, respectively. The horizontal row of the 625 symmetry line, working from the PD outward, across the 25625 row, uses the 2^{nd} # values of the PD itself, but in a sequence that starts with 49 ... 7 steps from the origin on the PD ... and continues its sequence as every 7^{th} PD 2^{nd} # value thereafter. And we know from Rules 140141, that this pattern of symmetry repeats every other row up and down the grid. 

Note: The rows in between are also duplicated and based on every 14 steps starting from 96 ... 14 steps from the origin 0 on the PD. Notice that it moves opposite, from left to right, on the row, and fills in only every other grid space, starting with the second number in from the axis.

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152  BS Rule 152: The 2^{nd} # values in the vertical columns are also symmetrical to the 625 symmetry line as they alternate the two patterns across the grid. 
Note: The vertical #s are easier because in the first pattern (Pattern 1), they simply mimic the 2^{nd} # values of the PD, straight across. In the second pattern (Pattern 2), alternating between the first, they follow ... starting from the second space up from the 25625 horizontal symmetry line ... every other PD # value starting at 04. 
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153  BS Rule 153: With this much of the matrix grid filled in, it is a simple matter to fill in the blanks and the 1^{st} and 2^{nd} # values with the full number value for the space. Use your own method of choice. 
Note: Don’t forget:
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