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My Thoughts On OneEye


Hello to everyone and thank you for your patience regarding the posting of this very important section. After much thought, I have decided to let you all know what my thoughts are on my discovery of OneEye and what it “may” mean (for me anyway).

Please remember that these are my own personal experiences & views and is not intended to reflect anyone else’s experiences & views whatsoever. I’d also like to clarify that I am usually of sound judgment and my approach to anything in life is usually one with pure objectiveness, logic and strict scrutiny, but also holding an open mind to theories that are sound in logic, or justifiable using empirical evidences and reliable sources to support it.

I’m also fully aware that one can make out images of just about anything when looking at the clouds, or even from a grainy wall. The term often used for these kinds of perspective interpretations is called “pareidolia”. I do not think that this is the case, especially after what I went though. It was just way too weird to put it down to just “happenstance”!

“The Epiphany”

After a year of introspection, bewilderment, exponential learning curves with bizarre experiences, which lead from my discovery of this weird graph (“OneEye”); it dawned upon me one day, that everything I had learned and experienced was all for a reason. And a mighty BIG reason too!

What did my discovery of “OneEye”, the mathematical ratio PHI, and my spiritual beliefs have to do with all this?

Well, it dawned upon me one night when I was looking at OneEye once again, when I had a sudden epiphany, where all my knowledge, all that I had learned in that year, coupled with my experiences, flashed in my mind in a split second. That moment was truly one of the most daunting experiences I have ever experienced. This was to me, a personal message from Allah, about something far beyond the scope I had already learned.

I believe, whole-heartedly, that this was a warning and a reminder from Allah (swt), to me personally (at least). That the ultimate message was (and still is) a reminder and a warning;

  • Of the imminent arrival of the Anti-Christ (Dajjal). The ‘one-eyed one’, yet a non-cycloptic man. The biggest liar and the most evil of all creations. The false messiah.
  • The Dajjal will come (falsely) in peace and “dazzle” the whole world with his knowledge, charm and amazing talents (i.e. musically, artistically, financially, medically, scientifically etc.)
  • He will represent all walks of life and all denominations, but later convince even the most ‘hardened believers’ that ‘their own religions were wrong, by presenting strong cases for this. Eventually, he will announce his own religion.
  • That he will ultimately reveal his evil intent and declare himself a prophet and then later, a god; via illusionary effects, false promises and empty gifts.
  • He will rule the world with a ‘system’ in place, both prior and during his presence.
  • His arrival will be “prepared” due to the application and implications of this “system” (which is of great importance to us all right now!), and then welcomed by “certain groups of people” whom are very aware of all this, and know exactly what is needed to be accomplished before his appearance. These people will use (amongst many other techniques); an ancient “craft” which has been very effective in manipulating and controlling the masses.

But he (and his followers) will be defeated, as promised by Allah (swt), so don’t fear folks! Our saviours will be two men;

  1. The Mahdi – the “rightly guided” one, whom will know how the Dajjalic-system works and will instill justice, abolish certain taxes and usury (financial interest), as well as reuniting the Islamic world).
  2. Isaa – (may Allah be pleased with him) – Jesus, son of Maryam (may Allah be pleased with her) – Mother Mary. He will personally kill the Dajjal, as only he can.

I will try to elaborate on all the above points and who our saviors will be without getting too in-depth, yet outlining the crux of the main topics. I will also try to show how there is a deep similarity between Muslims and Christians in this belief, but also the differences.

I also find it my duty as a Muslim to be observant and respectful of all the major holy scriptures that our Creator has bestowed upon us; the Tevrat (Torah handed down to Moses (pbuh)), Zebur (Psalms handed down to Davud (pbuh)), Injiil (Gospels pertaining to the life of Isaa (pbuh) through the Apostles), and the noble Qur’an handed down to Mohammad (pbuh)).

Over the next chapters, I will provide extracts from the sources of my study and for you all to see what I have learned along the way. It is, in effect, a connexion to all that is important to me as a person, and I aim to make you all aware of certain “elements” in our world, of which you may, or may not be aware of.

So here is a list of the pages/posts I have prepared, that relate to what I mentioned above, and much more:

Chapter 1.     What Does Islam Say About The Dajjal (Anti-Christ)?

Chapter 2.     What Does Christianity Say About The Anti-Christ?

Chapter 3.     Who Are The Followers Of Dajjal?

Chapter 4.     What Does The PHI Ratio Have To Do With This?

Chapter 5.     The Arrival Of Dajjal (The False Messiah).

Chapter 6.     The Arrivals of The Mahdi and Isaa (a.s).

Chapter 7.     My Conclusion.

I will hopefully post these chapters one by one, or all at once, depending on the time I have. I may even add a chapter or two in-between to highlight the Jewish view on all this also. It would be highly appreciated if anyone could let me know if you pick up on any errors or omissions. Any additions or commentary are also very welcome.

A special thanks goes out to the “mysterious” Everchanging for all his help, interest and contributions to

Thank you all for your time. Please stay tuned and may you all have a wonderful day/night wherever you are!

Salaam and Peace. 🙂

Vedic Maths


After I discovered OneEye, I realised that the block of numbers I used in the graph was already known by an Indian Mathematical system known as “Vedic Mathematics”. The block of repeating numbers is also known as the “Vedic Square”. This made me wonder about the actual system and whether anyone else may have stumbled upon this graph before me? Alas, to no avail! No-one knew of this graph after searching for a few years on-line and via libraries.

I eventually made contact with a very well known and respected teacher in the field of Vedic Maths (Mr. Kenneth Williams). To my delight, he responded in a very positive way and thought my find was “at the edge of something big”… but what? Well… only time will tell, because none of us know the answer to that yet! Nevertheless, I wanted to devote a section purely on Vedic Maths so I thought I would let these established sites explain to you all; the benefits Vedic Maths could have on your mental capacity, and how you can calculate massive numbers in a matter of seconds… AND MENTALLY TOO! Read on…

Introduction To Vedic Maths

Vedic Mathematics is the name given to the ancient system of Indian Mathematics which was rediscovered from the Vedas between 1911 and 1918 by Sri Bharati Krsna Tirthaji (1884-1960). According to his research all of mathematics is based on sixteen Sutras, or word-formulae. For example, ‘Vertically and Crosswise` is one of these Sutras. These formulae describe the way the mind naturally works and are therefore a great help in directing the student to the appropriate method of solution.

Perhaps the most striking feature of the Vedic system is its coherence. Instead of a hotch-potch of unrelated techniques the whole system is beautifully interrelated and unified: the general multiplication method, for example, is easily reversed to allow one-line divisions and the simple squaring method can be reversed to give one-line square roots. And these are all easily understood. This unifying quality is very satisfying, it makes mathematics easy and enjoyable and encourages innovation.

In the Vedic system ‘difficult’ problems or huge sums can often be solved immediately by the Vedic method. These striking and beautiful methods are just a part of a complete system of mathematics which is far more systematic than the modern ‘system’. Vedic Mathematics manifests the coherent and unified structure of mathematics and the methods are complementary, direct and easy.

The simplicity of Vedic Mathematics means that calculations can be carried out mentally (though the methods can also be written down). There are many advantages in using a flexible, mental system. Pupils can invent their own methods, they are not limited to the one ‘correct’ method. This leads to more creative, interested and intelligent pupils.

Interest in the Vedic system is growing in education where mathematics teachers are looking for something better and finding the Vedic system is the answer. Research is being carried out in many areas including the effects of learning Vedic Maths on children; developing new, powerful but easy applications of the Vedic Sutras in geometry, calculus, computing etc.

But the real beauty and effectiveness of Vedic Mathematics cannot be fully appreciated without actually practising the system. One can then see that it is perhaps the most refined and efficient mathematical system possible.

Reference: Courtesy of

What is High Speed Vedic Maths?

High Speed Vedic Mathematics is a super fast way of calculation whereby you can do supposedly complex calculations like 998 x 997 in less than five seconds flat. It is highly beneficial for school and college students and students who are appearing for their entrance examinations.

High Speed Vedic Mathematics is far more systematic, simplified and unified than the conventional system. It is a mental tool for calculation that encourages the development and use of intuition and innovation, while giving the student a lot of flexibility, fun and satisfaction . For your child, it means giving them a competitive edge, a way to optimize their performance and gives them an edge in mathematics and logic that will help them to shine in the classroom and beyond.

Therefore it’s direct and easy to implement in schools – a reason behind its enormous popularity among academicians and students. It complements the Mathematics curriculum conventionally taught in schools by acting as a powerful checking tool and goes to save precious time in examinations.

There are just 16 Jaw-Dropping Sutras or Word Formulae which solve all known mathematical problems in the branches of Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Calculus. They are easy to understand, easy to apply and easy to remember.

High Speed Vedic Mathematics was founded by Swami Sri Bharati Krishna Tirthaji Maharaja who was the Sankaracharya (Monk of the Highest Order) of Govardhan Matha in Puri. They are called “Vedic” as because the sutras are said to be contained in the Atharva Veda – a branch of mathematics and engineering in the Ancient Indian Scriptures.

Benefits of High Speed Vedic Mathematics.

High Speed Vedic Mathematics is more than 10-15 times or over 1500% times faster than the normal mathematics. How do we say this? You can test it yourself. We tested a normal student to calculate 998 x 997; he took the time of 85 seconds and did it correctly in the normal way. And then when we taught him the Vedic Method of Multiplication the same person could do it in about 5 seconds. Not only did this person suddenly become more confident , bubbling with energy and high self esteem . He wanted to solve more problems which showed a remarkable increase in his interest in the subject.

  • High Speed Vedic Mathematics is 10-15 times faster than normal Maths.
  • Better and Much Improved Academic Performance in school and Instant Results.
  • Sharpens your mind, increases mental agility and intelligence.
  • A Complete System comprising all the benefits of Mental Maths .
  • Develops Left & Right Sides of the brains by increasing visualization and concentration abilities.
  • Vedic Mathematics cultivates an interest for numbers and eliminates the math-phobia present in the students.
  • Vedic Maths is easy to understand, easy to apply and easy to remember.
  • Increases your speed and accuracy . Become a Mental Calculator yourself.
  • Improves memory and boosts self confidence.

Reference: Courtesy of

Vedic Maths Tutorials

Here are some awesome tutorials to help you speed up your mind and mental calculation abilities. There are some easy to follow lessons with self-testing quizes to see your progress. Try it out and see just how much you can impress yourself, your friends, peers and teachers. These tutorials do not attempt to teach the systematic use of the sutras.

The tutorials are courtesy of

My Article On’s Newsletter

I was delighted to be asked to write an article about my discovery of OneEye by Mr. Kenneth Williams from the website, and to be published in their newsletter (66th issue). Ken is a renowned author and teacher of Vedic Mathematics, with many years of knowledge and experience. He actively promotes knowledge about Vedic Mathematics and has developed a range of material for teaching/learning Vedic Mathematics, which are available through their web site.

Once again, my thanks goes out to Mr. Williams for all his help on the subject of Vedic Maths and for allowing me to be mentioned in their newsletter. I hope you all enjoy it and find it opens your mind to a different way of thinking, or a simpler way in the end?

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OneEye Gallery


This is the OneEye Gallery where all the graphs, images and artwork of OneEye can be found. It contains work from others as well. If you have your own piece of work, then please, we would love to see it. In fact, there’s allot of people asking me for outlined/shaded images seen by others recently and they would love to see it put into the OneEye template. This would be wonderful as my level of drawing is not quite up to scratch :roll:, but I’m willing to learn!

There’s also another section in an EyePhi Forum, where others can post their own versions of OneEye.

I will continue to update this section (and this site) as time goes on. Any other additions would be highly appreciated!

Here’s OneEye with the grid erased and straightened 45 degrees.

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