man and the oracle

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By Felis Yemi

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**HOW
THE PLOT IS BEING READ (INTERPRETATION)**

**The
seeker makes a number of strokes on for columns without counting it**

**The
number of strokes on each of the column is given a code depending on
whether it is divisible by three, only divisible by two, or it is
strictly an add number of strokes**

**If the strokes is divisible by three (i.e. multiple of three whether even or odd ), then the row is coded as having a code of 3****The row is given a code of 2 if it is divisible by two and two alone( strictly multiple of 2 and NOT divisible by three)****Rows are given a code of one (1) if the number of strokes is neither divisible by two (2) nor three (3).**

**While
the four numbers are rearranged in a horizontal manner starting from
the top to the base if the question is one about oneself or decision,
e.g. ‘should I invest in this business?’.**

**IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII……………22
(which is only divisible by 2)…………………2**

**IIIIIIIIIIIII……………………13
(which is neither divisible by 2 nor 3)……1**

**IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII………27
(which is divisible by 3)………………………..3**

**IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII………….24
(which is divisible by 3 & 2)………………...3.**

**NB:
Though the last plot is divisible by 2 or by 3 but plots like this
should be attributed as 3 and NOT as 2.**