the twelve-point star
All aspects of spherical reality overlap, making casual distinction somewhat difficult. In batok mondusaif the twelve spheres are represented as a star with twelve unique points. The array resembles a clock but begins at the nine o'clock position and runs counterclockwise, similar to the arrangement of the Houses in occidental astrology. Notice that the star is formed of twelve overlapping lines.
As an allusion to the spherical nature of reality, the mondusaif numerals are displayed outside the star to suggest a circle, itself composed of continuous cycle of three shapes rotating along four axes.
The color system employed with this symbol is based on trichromancy and follows additive color theory (using light) rather than subtractive color theory (as used in mixing paint). The colors run the visual spectrum (between infrared and ultraviolet) and can be grouped into twelve basic colors: three primary, three secondary, and six tertiary. Their arrangement also alludes to a continuous cycle, one made of three colors merging and diverging along a quadratic wavelength.
All things are essentially energy. As such, their vibrations have certain relationships that correspond harmonically. Sounds and colors are especially significant. There is also a tradition as to the chakras of which there are only seven (majors).
The mondusaif numbers in the footer (bottom of page) are arranged right to left. The symbol at the beginning and end is the null symbol, usually represented as grey. In linear theory, where null becomes the representations of some supposed beginning and ending, it would be presented as black and white (in hexadecimal, as 000 and FFF respectively). Since mondusaif philosophy is spherical, there is neither a beginning nor an ending, only an endless cycle with its focus as the magnanimous now.