A Work Still ln Progress: By making edits of this webpage content, the meaning of this little known word,
"septenary" is highlighted for further consideation.

The first image is my study-effort to superimpose the original septenary table on top of text excerpts and notes, to provide a handier correspondence of the content, now that PCs provide better graphical editing tools. My ongoing rationalization of the graphical effort follows: Laurency's sizing differentiations for the numerals, was meant to clarify differentiation to which I added color differences, for more visual clarification; while adding in the international electronic color coding of numbers.

Next is the original table and text quoted from http://www.hylozoik.se/english/english.htm

THE SEPTENARY
The 49 cosmic worlds are divided into seven series of seven worlds in each series. The division into septenaries is due to the fact that the three aspects of existence can be combined in seven different ways as shown below.
The table makes it easier to analyze the composition of matter, the relationships of the aspects, the seven types and departments.

1 -= the will aspect (the motion aspect)
2 = the consciousness aspect
3 = the matter aspect


Image above is a screen shot from Laurency's original table.

The electronic color code: The original septenary table as presented by H. T. Laurency was printed with a standard black and white typography, at a time when his publishers were restrained from distributing Pythagorean Hylozoics. Colred typography was especially expensive in the 1950s, when Pythagorean hylozoic books was first printed (and yet to become published). Laurency describes this difficult human phenomena, in various contexts, within his essays.

This page studies addition of color to a Laurencys chart, by taking advantage of today's standardized computer displays, and with today's public access made nearly universal online, simply placed amongst today's unlimited internet publications. My graphical effort simply explores focus of attention by use of graphics to newly observe the chart and contemplate meanings.


Comments are always welcome.

Bo Atkinson 2020