In this paper the following themes ate discussed: the original meaning of two words: the Greek ballein (βάλλω) and the Latin aleatory (aleatorius). The signs of subtraction (−), division (\), and absolute value (|a|). The meanings of the words hyperbola (ύπɛρβάλλω) and symbol (σύμβgoλgoν). The sign of the Greek and Saint Andrew’s Cross (Crux decussata), addition (+) and multiplication (X).Origin in the Eucledian geometry and in the hyperbolic space. The center point of the ball and the Cartesian coordinate system on the sphere.The crucifix: its horizontal direction is a stretching line, reciprocal vector (←→, ↔), its vertical direction (on the cross) gravitates (↓), and rises at the time of the church building (↕). Corpuscular matrix, the mosaic and the experience of color in divisionism (the centre point of the quadruple division, grid and pixel). The modern gnostic idea of the geometrical model, the logic of “there is only one whole” and a defense of the immortality of the soul (Bernard Bolzano).