**Rainbow/Geometry Math Statements **

1. If you add to the tetrahedron both sides of the three planes you obtain the sphere per color.

2. If you subtract from the sphere both sides of the three planes you obtain the tetrahedron per color.

3. If you balance the secondary and primary rainbows in the Third Eye, producing twelve neutral rainbows, you obtain both sides of the three planes per color and per polarity.

4. If you balance the three planes (both sides), producing eight secondary and eight primary Rainbows you obtain the secondary and the primary rainbows in the Third Eye per color and per polarity.

5. If you subtract from the sphere the visible side of the logos/circle/7 plane you obtain the Third Eye per color.

6. If you add to the Third Eye the visible side of the Synchronicity Clock plane you obtain the sphere per color.

7. If you multiply both sides of the Triangle Six plane (minus the lines) times nine, you obtain the total cube per color and per polarity.

8. If you divide the total cube by nine you obtain both sides of the Triangle Six plane (minus the lines) per color and per polarity.

9. If you multiply the visible side of the Triangle Six plane (minus the lines) times nine you obtain the secondary rainbows of the cube per color and per polarity.

10. If you multiply the unseen side of the Triangle Six plane (minus the lines) times nine you obtain the primary rainbows of the cube per color and per polarity.

11. If you divide the secondary rainbows of the cube by 9 you obtain the visible side of the Triangle Six plane (minus the lines) per color and per polarity.

12. If you divide the primary rainbows of the cube by nine you obtain the unseen side of the Triangle Six plane (minus the lines) times nine per color and per polarity.

13. If you subtract from the sphere the tetrahedron you obtain both sides of the three planes per color.

14. If you subtract from the Sphere the Third Eye you obtain the logos/circle/7 plane (visible side) per color.

15. If you multiply the visible side of the Synchronicity Clock plane (minus the lines) times nine you obtain the in-between of the Cube per color.

16. If you multiply the unseen side of the Synchronicity Clock (minus the lines) times nine you obtain the in-between/in of the Cube per color.

17.(LC7 + Triangle Six + Synchronicity Clock) * 3 = Cube