9h05 consists of three figures: 9, 0 and 5.
In this series of numbers, the zero, the figure that represents cycles, is the number that unites the other two figures.
The number 9 represents the nine Greek muses, the daughters of Zeus, which symbolize the different types of art of the classical period: poetry, history, elegy, music, tragedy, rhetoric, comedy, dance and astronomy.
In reference to time, the ninth month of the year is September: a period that marks the transition of summer to fall, a season that symbolizes wisdom, experience and maturity.
During the period of the Hellenic World, the hours of the day represented goddesses. The goddess of the ninth hour was Aktê, which symbolized renewal.
The fifth month of the year is May, which corresponds to spring. This is a time of renewal: flowers bloom again, trees get their leaves back and nature comes back to life.
The number 5 then refers to the current five fine arts of today: painting, sculpture, music, poetry and dance.
The core meaning of the combination of 9 and 5 is the perpetuation of different areas of knowledge. On one hand, perpetual time, and on another, the perpetual progress of moving beyond languages.
The theoretical justification of this perpetual desire is founded upon the work of the Arabs in preserving classical Greek thought as we know it today.
The Arabs of the 8th century began to spread knowledge on science and Greek thought in Baghdad by translating the works of renowned classical Greek thinkers from Greek to Arabic.
Several Greek manuscripts were lost over time, and with them, the ideas they held. The obscurantism of the Middle Ages disregarded the theories created by classic thinkers and buried them in the past.
Towards the end of the Middle Ages and beginning of the Renaissance, a resurgence of the classic world occurred. A large part of the contributions to knowledge by Greek philosophers and thinkers was recovered through translations performed by the Arabs.
With this affirmation, 9h05 seeks to integrate wisdom with innovation, to associate knowledge with art, and combine experience with dynamism.