Interrelationship of Databases • presented in Yearbook of World Problems and Human Potential (1976)

Notice how the use of the Sacred Geometry is immersed within the framework for problem solving by the “Union of Intelligible Associations” – this is Masonic. Masonic code is derived from the Kabbalah.

It is imperative to understand “The Great Work” and that phrase’s meaning within the contextual philosophy employed by the globalists…it does not come out of no where ..

This polyhedron is used to illustrate the “interrelationships” of subject matter covered in the “Yearbook of World Problems and Human Potential” – published in 1976.

++++The Great Work = The Construction of the Third Temple of Solomon++++

Explanatory notes:
Each rectangle corresponds to one information series in the Yearbook of World Problems and Human Potential (1976):


The letter in each rectangle is the same as that in the margin of the sequence of numbered entries of the corres­
ponding series. It may be used to locate the series since the margin marks are in alphabetical order.


The number in each rectangle is the total number of entries in the series in question. (Where there is a number
asterisked within brackets, this indicates the number of additional entries cross-referenced within the same series,
but which have not yet been allocated their own reference number).


The relationships indicated between series are not all present in this edition.


This diagram appears at the end of the Introduction to each section, facing the explanation of the contents and
organization of the entries in that section.

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