In the 1930s, German Theodor Illion learned Tibetan, dyed his skin and traveled incognito through the country, escaping from an underground city ruled by a black magician, meeting hermits with super-normal abilities, and later becoming a physician of Tibetan medicine.
His disputation with a scholar on numerology in his “Darkness Over Tibet” uniquely frames numerology as spatial:
One, a point in space means the spiritual force and energy of the universe.
Two, two adds a non-material point representing a contrasting spiritual force and energy.
This means that “So below” is wrongly interpreted by most as Matter-opposed-to-Spirit, and it also means that how this energy below expresses itself depends on the three meanings of contrast.