# The Secret History of Rings

We all know that rings are indeed symbols of love, commitment, togetherness, etc. But most of us don’t really know their real meaning. What is a ring to a man? Or to a woman?

A question like this must be answered by developing a detailed understanding of rings and their characteristics. A good starting point is to understand the idea behind ring theory, especially rings of subtraction and modular arithmetic. The theory is actually nothing more than an elegant idea of how to arrange numbers so that they make definite patterns in multiplication, addition, division, and subtraction. There are certainly no hard and fast rules in this regard as multiplication and division still need some well thought-out decisions to be handled correctly.

The real ‘spiritual’ meaning of rings lies in their ability to make perfect symmetrical pictures, or perfect geometric figures. To the student of mathematics this is truly a wonderful thing. It is easy to see how rings can also help in the formulation of other mathematically interesting topics, such as the perfect number theory and the theory of prime number theory.

Let us take prime number theory for example. The perfect primes (numbers which are both prime and composite) are called the hyper prime numbers. There exists a unique way of constructing these numbers using only digits and forming sequences of them. In other words, the prime numbers cannot be made using any known system of arithmetic, as is the case with arithmetic itself. In order to define the hyperprime number P, you need to find the sums of the first n numbers over the entire circle and keep doing this over. And remember that P is not actually a perfect number, as it contains even numbers, just as all other numbers do.

The hyperprime ring theory was actually studied and made famous by John Paul Freckenstern in his famous treatise, Numerology, which is considered to be the foundation of all modern mathematics. And it is because of this theory that ring theory has become popular among students and teachers all around the world. Studying ring theory and working out its kinematics, you will be able to see for yourself just what a beautiful and amazing discovery ring science can make. It will take you past all your misconceptions about prime numbers and perfect numbers. It will explain to you the beauty of the perfect circle, and the geometrical shapes which are truly unique and that only a mathematical equation can explain them.

If you think that rings are just for fashion, then you should read more about the subject in order to see for yourself how beautiful and unique they really are. With ring theory, you will be able to prove that there are no repeating patterns in nature, and you will be able to show conclusively that Nature’s perfection lies in the harmony that Nature creates between objects. Once you understand the beauty and elegance that come from studying rings, you will understand the deeper meaning which go into their creation, and why humans feel such love and fascination for them. The history of rings may seem mysterious and intricate, but once you discover its hidden layers, you will be able to appreciate its true value and significance.