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**From:** Alan Sondheim <sondheim@panix.com>

**To:** Cyb <cybermind@listserv.aol.com>, Wryting-L <WRYTING-L@listserv.wvu.edu>

**Subject:** aupamya

**Date:** Sun, 17 Dec 2006 01:51:53 -0500 (EST)

aupamya "[...] a dhana squared is a pramada; a pramada squared is a nigama; a nig- ama squared is an upavarta; an upavarta sqared is a nirdesha; a nirdesha squared is an akshaya; an akshaya squared is a sambhuta; a sambhuta squared is a mamama; a mamama squared is an avada; an avada squared is an utpala; an utpala squared is a padma; a padma squared is a sankhya; a san- khya squared is a gati; a gati squared is an upama; an upama squared is an aupamya; an aupamya squared is incalculable; an incalculable to the fourth power is measureless; a measureless to the fourth power is boundless; a boundless to the fourth power is incomparable; an incomparable to the fourth power is uncountable; an uncountable to the fourth power is unequ- aled; an unequaled to the fourth power is inconceivable; an inconceivable to the fourth power is immeasurable; an immeasurable to the fourth power is unspeakable; an unspeakable to the fourth power is unspeakably unspeak- able; and unspeakably unspeakable squared is untold." (from The Flower Ornament Scripture, The Avatamsaka Sutra, trans. Thomas Cleary) aupamya = 10^101,493,292,610,318,652,755,325,638,410,240 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07ls0CJq5Wg http://www.asondheim.org/waterdance.mov