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HOW TO READ RANDOM SPREADS USING THE 9X14 INTEGRAL TABLE
2 positions an individual takes or any functioning unit or group, at peace which will be your center core and at war which will be your main piece. i will bring you up to identifying each corner or quadrant of the spread to that of the chart. from there depending on the current situation world wide, the shooters state and the readers state working together symbiotically you can remote view and project into the future. prove your predictive values worth, lol!
starting at the lower right, where my sarabanda sits, center core chart tells me 4 is type 193. added together 1+9+3 yields 13 or a 4 as well. look at the spread the gentleman provided with his shotgun. at the bottom corner of the pan are four all in shots, not including shots that lay right on the line.
now look at the outer core of the main chart. the value assigned to it is 526 which gives us also 13 when you add the digits together. the bottom right corner of the inner core of the main chart, though, is 128. that adds up to 11. how can you connect them dots? by taking another pictographic representation representation of the number 11. numeroligically, after the letters come the numbers. so this is in fact a stepping down of sorts from numerical representations to pictographic and linguistic representations. what letter does that spread look like at the bottom corner? the letter Y, the pictographic equivalent to the number 11.
note that the number 11 is also a 2 when you add the 2 digits together. see what else you can find on this spread using the chart. include the center, those on the lines and between the lines. have fun.
ps.: don’t mind my notes on the side of the chart. come up with your own.

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