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Intro

Numbers

0

  • Various notes:
    • Todo: describe the 'mystery' of 0: The zero-point/entropic/neutral/pivotal point between two different field polarities: contraction and expansion).
    • Cultural references: Bindu point (Vedic culture), ...

1

Square root of Phi

  • Various notes:
    • Approximation: 1.272019649

Phi

  • Various notes:
    • Alternative names: Φ (the Greek letter Phi), Golden ratio
    • Approximation: 1.6180339887
  • "Two quantities are in the golden ratio if the ratio between the sum of those quantities and the larger one is the same as the ratio between the larger one and the smaller."
    • Note: the fractal nature of this statement!
    • Todo: optimal density/packing/friction/harmony pattern, etc.
    • See also: Goldenmean.info (by Dan Winter)
    • Phi can be derived from various formulas based on the number 5. For example by taking the root of 5; adding 1 to that; and then divide that by 2.
  • "The mathematics of the golden ratio and of the Fibonacci sequence are intimately interconnected. The Fibonacci sequence is: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987, … " ... "Therefore, if a Fibonacci number is divided by its immediate predecessor in the sequence, the quotient approximates φ; e.g., 987/610 ≈ 1.6180327868852. These approximations are alternately lower and higher than φ, and converge on φ as the Fibonacci numbers increase." (wikipedia)
  • Phi as natures constant:
    • If so, then we should be able to correlate all natural phenomena structures/patterns/constant/laws back to this constant.
    • The shape of everything then ties back to phi and the cosmic constant set at the cosmic core. I guess you could say it is our cosmic frequency. Give the phi frequency a listen. Strange and bizarre as it sounds those doing deep meditation for time in memoriam have mimicked that sound. Their mantra is Om, Aum, or Ohm. To me it sounds just like Om, Aum, or Ohm. I guess the Vedas got it right. In Advaita Vedanta philosophy [8] it is frequently used to represent three subsumed into one, a common theme in Hinduism. It implies that our current existence is mithyā and maya, "falsehood", that in order to know the full truth we must comprehend beyond the body and intellect the true nature of infinity. Essentially, upon moksha (mukti, samādhi) one is able not only to see or know existence for what it is, but to become it. When one gains true knowledge, there is no split between knower and known: one becomes knowledge/consciousness itself. In essence, Aum is the signifier of the ultimate truth that all is One. - Anon.

Square root of 3

  • Various notes:
    • Approximation: 1.7320508075688772935
    • See also:
      • video: "Geometry of Life" (part 1-4)
        • "Pytagors in 3D is: d²=a³+b²+c² -> be a=crystal length -> L=three dimensional diagonal -> L²=a²+a²+a²=3a² -> L=a sqrt(3). The three appear from three dimensions." [9]

2

  • Various notes:
    • (todo)

e

(todo)

  • Various notes:
    • "The number e is one of the most important numbers in mathematics, alongside the additive and multiplicative identities 0 and 1, the constant π, and the imaginary unit i. (All five of these constants together comprise Euler's identity.)"
  • Approximation: 2.7182818284

3

  • "M" as the number 3

Pi

4

5

6

7

  • Various notes:
    • See also: 7-Pointed Star
    • Any number (except 1 and multiples of 7) divided by 7, will have as result "142857" in the decimals
  • 7 days of the week: sun-day, moon-day, (Norwegian "Tyr") Mars-day, Woden-day (Mercury), Thor-day, Fri-day (free-day, Venus), Saturn-day

8

9

  • The number 9 in occultism is known to be a "selfish" number. That is because if you multiply the number 9 by any other number and then add the total numbers to each other (this is called the Digital root ) you always get 9.
    • 9 x 9 = 81: 8+1=9
    • 9 x 13 = 117: 1 + 1 + 7 = 9
    • 21,273 x 9 = 191,457: 1+9+1+4+5+7=27: 2+7=9

10

11

  • Various notes:
  • 11:11 (numerology)
    • While many website will make up or invent or calculate any possible relationship for the number 11:11, this is truly a New Age number, as many people have come up with many theories regarding this number, when in fact it has all to do with the Dec. 21 2012. This will be the time of the Solstice on December 21st 2012.
  • Usage of the 11 in the occult history:
    • 1918 – World War I ends: Germany signs an armistice agreement with the Allies in a railroad car outside of Compiègne in France. The war officially stops at 11:00 (The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month) this is annually honoured with two-minutes of silence.
  • One of the most important numbers in the occult

12

13

  • Various notes:
    • devine number 12 + 1 (representing "divinity", or "the creator" overlooking the creation)
    • Friday the 13th - "... the superstition derived from the massacre of the Knights Templar on Friday October 13, 1307. King Philip IV of France ordered the destruction of the Templars, after having claimed that they were engaged in heretical practices."

22

33

  • Various notes:
    • 3 parts of ~33.33% makes a whole ==> the 3 main city states make the Vatican-Jesuit-Masonic fascist empire?
    • Supposedly there are only 33 masonic degrees, in which the last 33rd degree is only granted to a mason that made a grand 'fascistic empire contribution'.

72

  • The number 72 can be found in most cultures, especially those whose history or religion were influenced by stellar observations. The pole star, or North star, of earth changes slightly every year. It is almost unnoticeable, except by cultures who have kept long term records of the movements of the stars. This led to the discovery of the precession of the equinox which completes a full "year" and returns to it's starting point in around 25,920 years. One degree or 1/360 of this cycle is 72 years long. [10]


77

Meridian hill park

142

151

216

  • 6x6x6 (6 cubed)
  • "Who knows the number of the Beast? I do. 216 (6×6x6 - or 6 cubed). Nazi general Goebbels even wanted to mandate the concert pitch tuning of ALL music INTERNATIONALLY to 440hz A notation. Why? Because it used to be 432hz. A sacred number involving the Pythagorean Brotherhood, Gematria, Geomancy, the Precession of the Equinoxes, and eclipse prediction cycles, let alone astrological understanding of FRICKING CLIMATE CHANGE. Hmmmmmmm again. 432 is 216 multiplied by 2; the Greeks and Asians and Indians and Egyptians (Afrikaans) and Tibetans all revered that number. So did the Maya (along with the numbers 72 and 144). Guess who the Vatican smashed most of? ALL OF EM." [11]

432

666

  • Babylonian Sun Worship
    • Note first the significance of the Babylonians using the Sexagesimal (base-60) number system from which comes 60 minutes in an hour, 60 seconds in a minute, 360 (60×6) degrees in a circle and 60 degrees in each angle of an equilateral triangle etc. 360 divided by 10 = 36 and 6 * 6 = 36. From this came that mysterious number 666, which is directly linked with the worship practices of ancient Babylon from around the time of Daniel. See also Daniel 3:1. Babylon worshiped gods that were associated with the sun, moon, planets and stars involved with astrology. Babylonians were the principle developers of astrology as we know it today and the pagan priests wore amulets called “Sigilla Solis” or “Sun Seal” which symbolized 36 constellations. In this system of worship, they had 36 supreme gods plus the god associated with the sun, which they believed to be the father of all the other gods and so was supreme over all. They believed that numbers had power over the gods they worshiped so they assigned numbers to their gods so that they could have power over them. They did this by counting their gods and assigning a consecutive number to each of the 36 lesser supreme gods, and then added up these numbers (from 1 to 36) and assigned the sum to the sun god. If you have not guessed by now, the sum of the numbers from 1 to 36 totals 666, which they assigned to the god associated with the sun. (...) However, they feared their gods as they believed they were primarily evil and thought that one of them might strike them down sometime, so they made amulets with a 6 x 6 matrix with 1 through 36 on them which are called numeric matrixes Magic square today. The design of the amulets was to protect them from a god striking them down using his magic power so the amulets had to be as powerful as possible. In order to increase its power, they arranged these numbers in such a way that the sum of any given row, column or diagonal is 111, and therefore the sum of all six rows or all six columns was 666. This was supposed to provide extra protection including from the sun god since this god's sum was present on the amulet. (...) The creating of amulets with this number arrangement that belongs to astrology appears to have continued well past the time of Christ. Archaeologists have found amulets with Latin inscriptions, so we know that the Romans were indulging in this practice. Therefore, the number 666 came about from pagan worship practices of the Babylonians and their practice of astrology. The symbolism of sun worship is still used in many areas of the Catholic Church today, not always particularly obvious but often packaged discreetly as to not be noticed by the untrained eye.[12]
The Vicarius Filii Dei one of the pope's titles [7]


  • Statues
    • Statue of Freedom
      • The bronze Statue of Freedom by Thomas Crawford is the crowning feature of the dome of the United States Capitol. The statue is a classical female figure of Freedom wearing flowing draperies. Her right hand rests upon the hilt of a sheathed sword; her left holds a laurel wreath of victory and the shield of the United States with thirteen stripes. Her helmet is encircled by stars and features a crest composed of an eagle's head, feathers, and talons, a reference to the costume of Native Americans. A brooch inscribed "U.S." secures her fringed robes. She stands on a cast-iron globe encircled with the words E Pluribus Unum, the national motto at the time of her placement atop the dome. The lower part of the base is decorated with fasces and wreaths. Ten bronze points tipped with platinum are attached to her headdress, shoulders, and shield for protection from lightning. The bronze statue stands 19 feet 6 inches tall and weighs approximately 15,000 pounds. Her crest rises 288 feet above the east front plaza.[14]
      • She stands 19 feet 6 inches, which works out to 6 + 6 + 6 feet, and 6 + 6 + 6 inches. Persephone was placed on the Dome of the Capitol on December 2, 1863 in the middle of the Civil War. The event was marked by a salute of 47 gunshots as a tribute to John Carroll, the Jesuit bishop who had put Washington D.C. under Mary's protection. (John Carroll had died 47 years earlier on December 3, 1816.) The statue of Persephone (supposedly Mary) was placed on the Dome 47 years after John Carroll's last day on earth.[15]
    • The Statue of the fallen angel in Madrid
      • It was realized in 1877 by Ricardo Bellver by order of Duke Fernán Núñez [16][17] and in the place that now receives its name: the Place of the Fallen Angel in 1885. In the National Exhibition of 1878, this statue received the first prize. A curiosity is that it is exactly 666 meters above the level of the sea.
      • Fuente del Ángel Caído
      • Category:Ricardo Bellver


Intertwined 666

911

Number sequences

Primes

(todo)

Prime quadruplets

  • A prime quadruple is four primes of the form {p, p+2, p+6, p+8}. It is the closest four primes above 3 can be together. The first prime quadruplets are:
    • {5, 7, 11, 13}, {11, 13, 17, 19}, {101, 103, 107, 109}, {191, 193, 197, 199}, {821, 823, 827, 829}, {1481, 1483, 1487, 1489}, {1871, 1873, 1877, 1879}, {2081, 2083, 2087, 2089}, {3251, 3253, 3257, 3259}, {3461, 3463, 3467, 3469}, {5651, 5653, 5657, 5659}, {9431, 9433, 9437, 9439}, {13001, 13003, 13007, 13009}, {15641, 15643, 15647, 15649}, {15731, 15733, 15737, 15739}, {16061, 16063, 16067, 16069}, {18041, 18043, 18047, 18049}, {18911, 18913, 18917, 18919}, {19421, 19423, 19427, 19429}, {21011, 21013, 21017, 21019}, {22271, 22273, 22277, 22279}, {25301, 25303, 25307, 25309}, {31721, 31723, 31727, 31729}, {34841, 34843, 34847, 34849}, {43781, 43783, 43787, 43789}, {51341, 51343, 51347, 51349}, {55331, 55333, 55337, 55339}, {62981, 62983, 62987, 62989}, {67211, 67213, 67217, 67219}, {69491,69493, 69497, 69499}, {72221, 72223, 72227, 72229}, {77261, 77263, 77267, 77269}, {79691, 79693, 79697, 79699}, {81041, 81043, 81047, 81049}, {82721, 82723, 82727, 82729}, {88811, 88813, 88817, 88819}, {97841, 97843, 97847, 97849}, {99131,99133, 99137, 99139},

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