Wednesday, October 24, 2012

1..Universal codes, A to M and the numbers 7, 4, 1776

While many write about various forms of 'divination' known to some as gematria and while many have created software programs to manifest these codes, almost all of what I do is by hand.  Same as you can do for yourself.  While I don't think there are anything wrong with 'programmers' and software programs, I do like to 'see for myself'... rather than trust what is historically known as 'never perfect', in programming.

A simple cipher....

Using the english alphabet letters and their positions...

A B C D E F G H I J K L M are the first thirteen letters
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

if taken as such, don't amount to much, but when added, one can easily see their sum of 91, which relates perfectly to the Pyramid of the Sun, El Castillo (a handly link)

1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11+12+13 = 91

as I explained in a previous post, there are 91 steps on each side of this pyramid and there are four sides
making their sum 364 'days' as 91 x 4 = 364

if also taken as squares and drawn out on fairly uniform grid paper, you can easily see that this makes a lovely 90 degree angle, thirteen are the levels shown below.  As a reminder, the unfinished pyramid on the US $1 dollar bill has 13 levels, with MDCCLXXVI written at it's base.

MDCCLXXVI in Roman Number are translated as 1776 and the phrase "In God We Trust" as it's motto.
The United States date of Independence is July 4, 1776 and written in number alone, it looks like
7 / 4 / 1776 .  Applying 'english' gematria, the system of assigning number to letter position
G=7 and D=4

in 74 days, there are, not by happen stance, 1776 'hours'

As the $1 dollar bill also includes the 'all seeing eye' at the top of the pyramid, you can see and do for yourself, that if you start adding the numbers, beginning at position 2, the total amounts to 90.

A... 2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11+12+13 = 90 and times four = 360


In addition to being a Mayan 'Tun' of 360 days...
360 is also what we consider 'a circle'
360 in minutes are also 6 hours in one day

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