KINs without exception are universally naturally occurring
KINs as a calculating
tool are most commonly comprised of intra corresponding
tables of measure, or assessed values and meanings, calculably
represented by symbols placed within thereby creating the KIN
and its potential uses.
The window to the right
shows the simplest of the XIan KIN tablets. This Kin is used
primarily as a calculator of distances, masses, velocities,
mutual and isolatary presence factors, values, and compositions
- a sort of universal pocket calculator.
The columns you see are
not actually how this particular KIN is arranged. KINs are
inherently three dimensional, but a few principles can still be
displayed in this two dimensional layout.
The factors in Purple
are called SEINs.
The factors in blue
are called SYNs.
The factors in green
are called SOHNs.
The factors in pink
are called DEESs.
The limitation of value
encompassment is called a SYKE.
One SYKE of this KIN is
1-19 not 0-19 nor 0-20.
This SYKE encompasses
and 19 SEIN.
Now, as if you are not
yet confused, any SYKE has within it a presumed infrastructure
unless otherwise is required due to some determinant factor (the
SYKE of our sample KIN is comprised of nineteen SEIN).
This presumed SYKE
infrastructure is as follows.
One SYKE is comprised
of two SEIN.
is comprised of three SEK.
One SEK is comprised of
One DOHN is comprised
of seven DEEIN.
One DEEIN is comprised
of eleven TAHR.
One TAHR is comprised
of thirteen TOOAH.
One TOOAH is comprised
of seventeen......Get The Picture!
There is no need to
subdivide the SYN,
because their values will always be proportionate with the SEIN
You may have noticed a
few areas in this KIN where some of the numbered values of the SOHN
columns bear a certain distinct relativity to one another. These
relativities are called KEELAHs and the places where they occur
are called PAAHs and the location of the PAAH is determined by
the BYS of the KIN.
One More Time?
You should keep in mind
that a KIN is a physical three or more dimensional object that
self exhibits its qualities. Thereby exhibiting the interactive
qualities of what ever its components are or are comprised of. A
KIN can be created from any group of factors - think of it as an
extremely versatile slide rule.
A BYS is any essence,
nuance, or inherency of a KIN.
A PAAH is the place of
occurrence of exemplifiable interaction of various BYS.
A KEELAH is the
exhibited phenom of the KIN's interacting BYS.
The KEELAHs in this
sample KIN are far more numerous than you may first
notice. And even more KEELAHs will appear in the KIN if the
encompassment of the SYKE were increased to 100 SEIN.
You may note that the 18SEIN
have no easily noticeable exhibition of there relativity. Yet by
simply doubling the SYKE to 38
SEIN suddenly the
relativity of the 18SEIN
and the 17.5SYN
can be almost perfectly observed in the relativity of the 36SEIN
and the 35SYN.
Lastly, STRAHIE is the
path or paths of reference or references when using a KIN. For
example a notation of sequential entries could be equally
notated by KIN type and STRAHIE route through the KIN.
- Dr. XI Lee
and research provided by the Seven Palm Kung Fu Research Institute of