Number

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A basic diagram showing the origin of numbers, at the time of the construction of Khufu pyramid (2600BC), based on the delta-theta cosmology of Heliopolis.

In mathematics, number (CR:233) (LH:15) (TL:248), from Greek νομός (nomós) (NE:430), aka "nome" (law)[1], secret name: arithmos (αριθμος) (NE:430), meaning "to count", refers to an symbol, e.g. digits of fingers, used as a count, measure, or unit of a thing or collection or division of things.

Overview

The following is a tabulation of noted numbers:

# Symbolism | Isopsephy | Gematria | Alpha-Numeric Coding | Hidden Meaning Math
0
1
  • Monad
  • Numerical value of the letter A, symbolic of Shu (Greek rescript: Atlas), i.e. air, being the first thing created by Atum
2 Number of bound species in the dihumanide complex or molecule
3
Pi.jpg
  • 3.14159 ...
  • 314
  • NE of Bible
  • Father, i.e. padre (or pater)
  • Monad - (Theta x Helios).png
Pi (1000 - 318 x 318).png
4
5 Number of the epagomenal days, as told in "curse of Ra" (Egyptian mythology) and "Abram to Abraham name change" (Hebrew mythology)
6
7 Number of the "seven wandering stars", namely: sun, moon, and the five visible planets: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn
8
  • Ogdoad
  • a "new beginning" (in Hebrew); where as 888, means a "new beginning on three levels"[2]
9 Ennead
10
12
  • Number of full moons per year (on average)
  • Bi (βι) (NE:12) = Vi (force) in Latin (see: alive)
  • 12/30 motif (Murdock, 2009) refers to the respective ages of Horus (and Jesus) (Ѻ) when he was said to have first impressed the leading priests with his “intelligence” (age 12) and later the time when he returned as an “adult” (age 30), both of which are astro-theological
  • Horus the child, being at full power at noon (12); also the sun, yearly travelling through 12 constellations or zodiac signs
13
  • Day of month when Horus entered into battle with Set.
  • Bia (βια) (NE:13) = violence.
  • A number deemed unlucky, owing to an irregularity in the moon cycle, i.e. each year there are 12 full lunar cycles, plus one 0.41 fractioned lunar month, deemed unlucky.
12.5 Continuity bond transformation number; the average number of people in a persons network of connections and relationships whose destating (death) would leave one truly devastated: people typically listing 10-15 names, with the average being twelve or 12.5 mean.
14
  • Number of days of waxing or waning of the moon (half of 28-day lunar month).
  • 42 / 3
  • The second two digits of Pi (3.14) or 3 14s.
  • Number of pieces that Osiris (and Dionysus) were cut into, and thrown into the Nile.
  • The 14th letter of the Greek alphabet (Nu), symbolic of water, the Nile (or Nun).
  • The gematria value of the name David (D + W + D = 4 + 6 + 4).
  • Number of generations from Abraham to David.
  • In the Adam genealogy, there are 42 generations between between Abraham and Jesus, divided into 3 sets of 14 generations.[3]
28
  • Lunar month.
  • Female menstrual cycle.
  • 14 / 2.
  • The number of divisions of the "cubit" ruler (see: monad).
  • The first two digits of 282 or 28 and 2.
  • The first two digits of 284 or 28 and 4.
30 Degrees of each Zodiac constellation the sun passes through each year; part of the 12/30 motif (Murdock, 2009) 360 by 12.png
33
  • The length of one human generation (also cited as 25)
  • Number of years that it takes for the lunar phase to return to its original position in relation to the solar calendar
  • Age when Jesus he was crucified and resurrected
  • Employed in the Dark (series) as a motif
42
  • 3 x 14 (or 3 14s aka 3.1415 ...)
  • Number of combined nomes (capitals) of ancient Egypt
  • Number of the negative confessions
  • Number of "nome gods", in the judgment hall, seated between Ra and Horus
  • Dike (δικε) = law (Roman rescript: Justice)
  • Ill-treatment (αικια)
  • Assembly (αλια)
  • Together, at once (αμα)
  • Troubles, evils (κακα)
  • Number number of "generations" between Abraham and Jesus
  • A motif frequently used in the works of Lewis Caroll, e.g. it is the number of illustrations in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865)[4]
  • Number to answer to the question of life, the universe, and everything (Adams, 1979)[4]
50
70
  • Number of days Sirius disappeared from the night sky before its helical rising
  • Value of the letter Omicron (NE:360), symbols: Ο or ο, which is the symbol of the "sun".
  • Days of the mummification period
72
  • Number of degrees in a circle (360) divided by the number of days (5) or epagomenal days gained by Thoth in game of draughts with moon
  • Number of conspirators, along with Set, who closed the lid on the chest of Osiris
  • Years of precession completion (25,920) divided by degrees of a circle (360)
  • Star are observed to move 1° in 72 years, in respect to the precession of the equinoxes (see: Raising of the Djed)
  • Number of the names of god (Ѻ) according to Athanasius Kircher


100 Buffett number: number of books one has to read on a given subject, at least in respect to business school, to become more proficient at the subject than a college professor (Buffett, 1947).
111
  • Sum of one row, column, or diagonal of the solar magic square
  • Nine (εννεα)
  • Paideia (παιδεια) = education, culture[5]; knowledge (Barry, 1999)
109 Erga
150
  • Number of days of the annual Nile River flood
  • Number of days of Noah's flood
  • Dunbar number
152 The NE of Maria (Mary); according to Kircher, it is related, in some way, via a magic square of three, to 888 and the solar magic square of Jesus?
153
  • Regarded as sacred by Pythagoras; a miracle story of him catching a large number of fish is attributed to him[6]
  • The denominator in the 265/153 height-to-width ratio of the intersection of two circles, known as the "measure of the fish" (Archimedes, 250BC)[6]
  • Jesus predicting that a group of fisherman would catch 153 fish in their net[6]
200 Social network number; number of people said to exist in a typical person's social network
210
  • Force, strength (ις)
  • Fertile (πιον)
220
  • Second "amicable number" pair (284, 220)
  • Chosen one, Christ, Messiah
243 The gematria value of Abram (אַבְרָם‎‎)
248 The gematria value of Abraham (אַבְרָהָם); the addition of the Hebrew letter He (הָ), or "H", which as a value of "5", is a rescript of the "Curse of Ra" and the addition of the epagomenal days to the 360 day year.
254
  • Sigma (Σίγμα)
  • Change (παρ-αλλαγη)
265 The numerator in the 265/153 height-to-width ratio of the intersection of two circles, known as the "measure of the fish" (Archimedes, 250BC)[6]
282
  • Hapas (απας) = all, whole; pasa (πασα) = all
284
  • First "amicable number" pair (284, 220)
  • Θεός (Theos), i.e. Dios (Spanish), or "god" in English
314 Bible (βῐ́βλος) = first three digits of pi Pi.jpg
318
  • Θ
  • Theta (Θήτα)
  • Helios
  • Number of trained servants or people in Abraham's army
  • Eliezer (אֱלִיעֶזֶר) Abraham's main servant, who he intended to leave all his wealth to
345
  • Δ
  • Delta (Δέλτα)
  • Void (κενός) or "empty"
348
  • Nous (νόος) (NE:348)
  • Eighth or eight (ογδοας) (NE:348), meaning: Ogdoad
360
  • Number of degrees of a circle
  • Omicron (Ο, ο), 16th Greek alphabet letter (value: 70)
361
  • Monad (μονάς) (monas) (NE:361), meaning: "singularity, alone, solitary, or unit"
  • Degrees (360) of a circle ("Ο") + 1 = circle with 1 dot in middle ("ʘ") = sun god symbol (or theta)
365
  • Number of days of a year
  • Nile (Νείλος)
  • 360 + 5 or degrees of a circle plus the five epagomenal days
430
  • Law (Nomos) (νομός) / Nome [8]
  • Arithmos (αριθμος)
510
532
545 The number of woman, a man, in Pompeii (50AD), was in love with, which he carved on a wall[9]; put to music by D. Strat (2021)[10]
558
589
  • Thanatos (Θάνατος)
  • thanato- meaning "death"
  • Kiss (the secret name or isopsephy code word of the god Thanatos, symbolic of the "kiss of death" or "kiss of Judas", somehow tracing to pre-Greek astrotheology and Egyptian mythology); the antithesis to "bios" (βίος) (NE:289), aka "life"
658
  • Phoenix (Φοίνιξ ) (a phi-based name) (aka bennu bird)
  • Soul, mind, heart (φρην) (aka phren)
  • Half (ημισυ)
660
666
  • Sum of the 6 rows of the the solar magic square
  • The number 0.666 or 2/3, in Pythagorean tuning, represents the descending "perfect fifth" (frequency ratio of 3:2 ascending or 2:3 descending), which is a frequency ratio of pitches that is pleasing to the ear[11]
  • The isopsephy value of the Latin word “Aurelium”, meaning aurum (gold), symbolic of the sun; conjectured to be in the Tenet cross (Moeller, 1973).
  • ο Σεραπις[12] (Sarapis or Osiris-Apis)[7]
  • Number of the beast[13]
709
719 Myth (Μύθος)
754 The gematria (Hebrew) value of Jesus Christ (Yeshua Messiah); or 744 [?][14]
815
  • Zoe (ζωη) = life; Eve[7]
  • Note: "I Am the Zoe" (ειμι η ζωη) = 888 = Jesus
  • Force, power (παρασκευη)[7] [?]; Friday, procurement[15]
849 Omega
888
  • Sum of the 6 rows and the 2 diagonals of the solar magic square
  • Sum of the letters values of the Greek alphabet
  • Circumference of a circle with a diameter of "282" (NE: bios)
  • Derivable from the ratio of 9:8, which expresses a whole tone, in Pythagorean musical proportion theory[16]
  • Sacred first priest[17] of Apollo, called Olen (Ὠλήν)[18]
  • God came to earth in the flesh (אלהִים בּוֹא ארץ בשּר)
  • Iesous (Ιησούς) = Jesus (compare: 152 the NE of Maria)
  • "I Am the Zoe [815]" (ειμι η ζωη)
999.9 Related, supposedly, to Apollo
1000
  • Monad (in reduced Greek fractional notation, supposedly)
  • The product of the initials of Jesus Christ (JC), or Ιησούς Χριστός (ΙΧ) in Roman numerals
1218
  • Thoth (ΘΩΥΘ)
  • Hermes Trismegistus (Ἑρμῆς ὁ Τρισμέγιστος), aka "Thrice Great Hermes" (33)
  • Mercury
1234 The year in which the first BC/AD dated coined was minted (see: AUC), the sequence of numbers MCCXXXIIII (1234) considered magical or something.
1480 Christ (Χριστός)
1955
1709 Soul (psyche) (ψυχή)
2020
2368 Jesus Christ (Ιησούς Χριστός)
5000 The number of people Jesus fed with fish [6]

Arithmetic

Arithmetic, from the Greek arithmos (αριθμός)[19] (NE:440), is the branch of mathematics, that deals with properties and manipulation of numbers.

Quotes

The following are related quotes:

“The hymns to Ra which are found in the Book of the Dead and in other funeral works of the ancient Egyptians state that the deities Thoth and Maat stand one on each side of the great god in his boat, and it is clear that they were believed to take some important part in directing its course; and as they were with Ra when he sprang up from the abyss of Nu [see: number] their existence must have been coeval with his own. Thoth was a self-begotten god who made calculations concerning the stabilizing of the heavens, and the stars, and the earth; was the heart of Ra, master of law, both in the physical and moral conceptions of the knowledge of ‘divine speech’. He was the inventor and god of all arts and sciences, the ‘lord of books’, the ‘scribe of the gods’, and ‘mighty in speech’, i.e. his words took effect, and he was declared to be the author of many of the funeral works by which the deceased gained everlasting life.”
Wallis Budge (1904), The Gods of Egypt, Volume One (§13: Thoth [Tehuti], Maat, and the Other Goddesses Who Were Associated with Him, pgs. 400-27; quote pgs. # + 401) [20]

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See also

References

  1. – nomia (Spanish → English) – Real Spanish Academy.
  2. Stollorz, Herbert. (2005). Apocalypse Prophesized (pg. 193). Publisher.
  3. Boxall, Ian. (2019). “Gematria”, BibleOdyssey.org
  4. 4.0 4.1 42 (number) – Wikipedia.
  5. Google Translator.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 Measure of the fish – Hmolpedia 2020.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 Barry, Kieren. (1999). The Greek Qabalah: Alphabetic Mysticism and Numerology in the Ancient World (pdf) (Appendix II: Dictionary of Isopsephy, pgs. 215-271). Weiser.
  8. Nome (Egypt) – Wikipedia.
  9. Boxall, Ian. (2019). “Gematria”, BibleOdyssey.org.
  10. Strat, D. (2021). “I Love the Woman Whose Number is 545” (Ѻ), SoundCloud, Apr 13.
  11. Perfect fifth – Wikipedia.
  12. Ο Σέραπις (Serapis) – Greek Wikipedia.
  13. Number of the beast – Wikipedia.
  14. Gematria and Yeshua – Holy City Bible Code Forum.
  15. παρασκευη – Wiktionary.
  16. Roberts, Geoff. (2011). Jesus (pg. 235). Troubador.
  17. Burney, Charles. (1776). A General History of Music: form the Earliest Ages to the Present Period, Volume One (pgs. 283-84). Publisher.
  18. Olen (poet) – Wikipedia.
  19. ἀρῐθμός – Wiktionary.
  20. Budge, Wallis. (1904). The Gods of the Egyptians, Volume One. Dover, 1969.

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