Sacred Geometry

**Reference: ****The Primary Classification Analysis**

The purpose of the primary classification is to provide a description of the number of whorl patterns in a ten set of fingerprints; which is provided as a mathematical expression. In essence, the primary classification sequence would constitute a range of whorl patterns from the appearance of no whorls over the ten set, (represented by the code of 1 over 1) to the appearance of whorls in each of the ten digits, (represented by the code of 32 over 32). All together there are 1024 primary classification codes from 1 over 1 to 32 over 32.

The way that this is accomplished is to assign a numerical value to each of the ten digits. When a whorl appears in a given digit the digit receives the assigned numerical value. In addition, all digits are assigned a number to identify its placement upon the given hand. Digits 1,2,3,4, and 5 represents the right hand with digit 1 as the right thumb and digit 5 as the right little finger. Digits 6,7,8,9, and 10 would represent the left hand with digit 6 as the left thumb and digit 10 as the left little finger. A sequence chart can be provided in which the filing of the 1024 classifications can be displayed. It would show each classification, for example, 1 over 1 then 2 over 1 to 32 over 1 as the first line in the display, then 1 over 2 and 2 over 2 to 32 over 2 as the second line in the display. This sequence continues to the last line in the display which is 32 over 1 then 32 over 2 until 32 over 32 is reached in the display.

To file fingerprint records by the primary classification, a reasonable distribution of codes over the 1024 classifications had to be considered. Fingerprint technicians took into account the phenomenon of different populations across a geographical location and it was best determined that the ten digits should be assigned numerical values (in most cases) in the following way: 1=16, 2=16, 3=8, 4=8, 5=4, 6=4, 7=2, 8=2, 9=1 and 10=1.

Thus the total numerical values of the even digits plus 1 for consistency is reflected as the numerator of the primary code while the total numerical values of the odd digits plus 1 for consistency is reflected as the denominator of the primary code.

However, today most agencies or departments do not file fingerprints according to the Henry System of Fingerprint Classification and Filing, they are using the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) and (IAFIS) entry and comparison to store and retrieve fingerprint minutiae.

In
Fingerprint Geometric Analysis the concept of the primary classification is
presented from a different perspective. The 1024 classification codes of
the primary classification are displayed in a **multi-sequential
primary classification chart** which is
an example of the **Fingerprint Diagonal Reverse Sequence Arrangement** in which an individual code can display up to three different
locations. Each code will have a unique geometric design on the chart, a
design which is triangular or linear in appearance. Thus an identifiable
and unique design for a given code can be established. Subsequently, an
analysis of that design as well as its geometric relationship to the other
codes and their design can be explored.

There is
however additional adjustments. The numerical values are assigned to the
digits in a different way. Here we take into account the frequency of
whorl patterns over the ten set of fingerprints. Fingerprints on digits
with a high frequency of whorls are assigned a lower numerical value while
fingerprints with a low frequency of whorls are assigned a higher numerical
value. **This would make all pattern frequencies more equal to the other.**
As before the addition of 1 to the numerical value(s) for consistency is
included **and the values of the right hand is presented over the values of
the left hand instead of the value of even digits over odd**.

What is
also essentially paramount to this analysis is the dimensions of the
multi-sequential primary classification chart. The length of each side of
the chart must be **9131** units of measurement to provide a perimeter **36524**
units of measurement. The presentation of this on a monitor must be
reflected in the computer application. In this way accurate information
for analysis will be provided. This distinction has been reflected by the
dimensions of the **Great Pyramid Khufu at
Giza, Egypt****.** The reason for this
is because the Great Pyramid has a length on each side of its base as **9131**
pyramid inches to provide **a perimeter of 36,524 pyramid inches** as a Sacred Geometry. 36,524 is the number of days in 100 years.

It is important to mention that the perimeter of 36524 pyramid inches of the Great Pyramid Khufu expresses three units of time; 365 for 365 days in a year; 52 for 52 weeks in a year and 24 for 24 hours in a day!

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