Py -- Pyramids and Pyramid Geometry -- the Great Pyramid
Pythagoras -- Py (a stream cipher) -- Pi (3.14)
Algorithm 1 Single Round of Py
Input: Y [��3; :::; 256], P[0; :::; 255], a 32-bit variable s
Output: 64-bit random output
/*Update and rotate P*/
1: swap (P, P[Y &255]);
2: rotate (P);
/* Update s*/
3: s+ = Y [P] �� Y [P];
4: s = ROTL32(s; ((P + 18)&31));
/* Output 8 bytes (least signicant byte rst)*/
5: output ((ROTL32(s; 25) Y ) + Y [P]);
6: output (( s Y [��1]) + Y [P]);
/* Update and rotate Y */
7: Y [��3] = (ROTL32(s; 14) Y [��3]) + Y [P];
A few suggestions on using the fixed stars
Aspects: The fixed stars operate by position and are said to "cast no rays" or, in other words, their aspects are said to be ineffective and their influence to be exerted only by conjunction and parallel.
Some authorities suggest aspects to the fixed stars can be read, but it is only the opposition that is thought to be of any relevance. The opposition may exert some influence due to the polarity, but the conjunction is by far the primary aspect to consider. Trines, sextiles and squares should therefore be discounted.
The fixed stars are only to be read to the natal and not to progressed or arc charts.
Fixed stars are irrelevant to the study of midpoints.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaPy is a stream cipher submitted to eSTREAM by Eli Biham and Jennifer Seberry. It is one of the fastest eSTREAM candidates at around 2.6 cycles per byte on some platforms. It has a structure a little like RC4, but adds an array of 260 32-bit words which are indexed using a permutation of bytes, and produces 64 bits in each round.