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I don't believe it's coincidental that the Lie Group E8. image, with 30 points on each of its circular perimiters, is congruent with the Croft Spiral Sieve. Thirty (30)--the product of the first three primes--is integral not only to the Lie Group, but is a fundamental building block of the prime number sequence: http://www.primesdemystified.com. It's like looking into the eye of creation itself.