Saturday, May 14, 2016

ANC: Alphabetic Numerology Calculator

Update Jul 11, 2017

Alphabetic Numerology Calculator

INPUT

ANC

For input larger than 40 characters, the value of each character won't be shown, so it won't look too confusing.


How to Use

  • Type the text you wanna count on the input box. The mapping for each character and the result will be right away displayed.
  • To clear everything, delete all input.
  • Typical usage: type a name (letters) or anything you want. Then you'll see the total and sum of those characters.

This is also known as Gematria, originated in Babylon. ANC only works for numeral and A-Z alphabet. Engl-ish word is recommended to be calculated.


Characters Mapping/Grouping for Western (Pythagorean) Version

This is the same for lowercase alphabet.

Value / # 1 2 3
1 A (1) J (10) S (19)
2 B (2) K (11) T (20)
3 C (3) L (12) U (21)
4 D (4) M (13) V (22)
5 E (5) N (14) W (23)
6 F (6) O (15) X (24)
7 G (7) P (16) Y (25)
8 H (8) Q (17) Z (26)
9 I (9) R (18) ...

The superscript number is the actual index of where the alphabet is found (in A-Z alphabet).
For instance, letter N is at index 14 in A-Z sequence.

For number, the value of itself will be used in the addition.

Other than letters and numbers, like space and others, the value is 0.

It is equipped with the multiplication by 6 because apparently there's something special about it.

We were told that these letters were derived from Latin, Roman letters. As far as I skim, that Rome / Greece / ancient anything stories really needs thorough investigations. Or probably just not. Unless you like people laughing at you. You can see teeth then.


Characters Mapping for Reversed Pythagorean

It's the same like standard Pythagorean, but it is reversed.

For example, A value is 1 in Pythagorean, but in reversed version, its (ordinal) value is 26. So, A-Z sequence becomes Z-A.
In another words, the position of the letters is reversed.

It is equipped with this version because Hebrew/Aramaic language is a right to left composition. The same with Arabic, Urdu, Persian, etc.


Characters Mapping for Chaldean (Babylonian)

This is also the same for lowercase alphabet. V stands for value, the # number is the member number of the group.

V / # 1 2 3 4 5
1 A (1)
א (aleph / alef)
I (9)
י (yod)
J (17)
absorbed
Q (25)
ק (qoph / qof)
Y (33)
י (yod)
2 B (2)
בּ / ב (beth / bet)
K (10)
כ / ךּ / ך (kaph / kaf)
R (18)
ר (resh)
... ...
3 C (3)
כ / ךּ / ך (kaph / kaf)
G (11)
ג (gimel)
L (19)
ל (lamed)
S (27)
ס (samekh)
...
4 D (4)
ד (daleth)
M (12)
מ / ם (mem)
T (20)
ט (teth)
... ...
5 E (5)
absorbed
H (13)
ח (heth)
N (21)
נ / ן (nun)
X (29)
צ / ץ (sadhe / tsadi)
...
6 U (6)
ו (uau / vav / waw)
V (14)
ו (uau / vav / waw)
W (22)
absorbed
... ...
7 O (7)
ע (ayin)
Z (15)
ז (zayin)
... ... ...
8 F (8)
absorbed
P (16)
פּ / פ / ף (pe)
... ... ...

The superscript number is the actual index of where the alphabet is found (in Chaldean chart).


Characters Mapping for Jew-ish

The same for lowercase alphabet. This has rows and columns, not the value as the border number. The value is the superscript number within the table.

This doesn't use standard Hebrew numerical value, instead this reference below is using custom formula. It is called the Agrippa Key, coined by Cornelius Agrippa (15th century, a Freemason).

Row / Col 1 2 3
1 A (1)
א (aleph / alef)
J (600)
absorbed
S (90)
ס (samekh)
2 B (2)
בּ / ב (beth / bet)
K (10)
כ / ךּ / ך (kaph / kaf)
T (100)
ט (teth)
3 C (3)
כ / ךּ / ך (kaph / kaf)
L (20)
ל (lamed)
U (200)
ו (uau / vav / waw)
4 D (4)
ד (daleth)
M (30)
מ / ם (mem)
V (700)
ו (uau / vav / waw)
5 E (5)
absorbed
N (40)
נ / ן (nun)
W (900)
absorbed
6 F (6)
absorbed
O (50)
ע (ayin)
X (300)
צ / ץ (sadhe / tsadi)
7 G (7)
ג (gimel)
P (60)
פּ / פ / ף (pe)
Y (400)
י (yod)
8 H (8)
ח (heth)
Q (70)
ק (qoph / qof)
Z (500)
ז (zayin)
9 I (9)
י (yod)
R (80)
ר (resh)
...

The superscript number is the value of each letter. The above chart is using the absolute value.

Standard Hebrew

The Hebrew numerical is as such:

As you can see above, the standard numerical, it looks like Greek or (olden) Armenian numeral.

Because we're observing the Engl-ish wording, so the standard numerical isn't included in the tool above.


Characters Mapping for Kabbalah

The same for lowercase alphabet.

The letters sequence of this version:

KFW RMD YTA VQH CXO JEL GBS NIZ UP

The value is the ordinal position in the sequence. For example, K is 1, P is 26, and so on.

Row / Col 1 2 3
1 A (9) J (16) S (21)
2 B (20) K (1) T (8)
3 C (13) L (18) U (25)
4 D (6) M (5) V (10)
5 E (17) N (22) W (3)
6 F (2) O (15) X (14)
7 G (19) P (26) Y (7)
8 H (12) Q (11) Z (24)
9 I (23) R (4) ...

The superscript number is the value of each letter.

The story behind this sequence is pretty obscured. Generally, some people with beard or not and clothes or not gathered and did something with papers plus inks or printers and bam. A meal recipe.
How come "recipe" is pronounced "resəˌpē", pee, but not resaip. Like "pipe", we don't say pīˌpē. Or do we.


Arithmetic

This tool will add all values from each character and then simplify that into one digit number, 1 through 9. Except if you type just 0 and/or non-letter/non-number.
All of them use the same arithmetic to simplify the number.

Example for Pythagorean method:

"YES" ► 7 + 5 + 1 = 13 ► 1 + 3 = 4

Example for Pythagorean and multiplication by 6:

"YES" ► 7 + 5 + 1 = 13 ► 13 × 6 = 78 ► 7 + 8 = 15 ► 1 + 5 = 6

Example for reversed Pythagorean method:

"YES" ► 2 + 22 + 8 = 32 ► 3 + 2 = 5

Example for reversed Pythagorean and multiplication by 6:

"YES" ► 2 + 22 + 8 = 32 ► 32 × 6 = 192 ► 1 + 9 + 2 = 12 ► 1 + 2 = 3

Example for Chaldean:

"YES" ► 1 + 5 + 3 = 9

Example for Ju (IV in Classical Latin):

"YES" ► 400 + 5 + 90 = 495 ► 4 + 9 + 5 = 18 ► 1 + 8 = 9

Example for Kabbalah:

"YES" ► 7 + 17 + 21 = 45 ► 4 + 5 = 9


The Meaning

Pay attention at the number pattern and the last four output boxes.
The TOTAL is the total value for all characters.
The SUM is the one digit output -- isopsephy result.
Anymway about the results, one of them and/or all is/are perhaps related to something you typed.
You can search on the internet to find out more about that certain number or pattern. 7, 13, 33, 69, 666, 711, 911, 999 (and the jumbling/encryption) are the common coding (CC) in media outlets (also price tag).

Jumbling example (addition) ► for 7 (Zayin): 16, 25, 34, 322, 331, 412, etc.

Cipher example ► 8 split in half becomes two 3's (one is backward 3), E3 ► 33.

For the number, I call that the spoon. The fork is the word itself. Fork, because it has multiple branches and it's quite sharp to our subconscious.
This is a useful leisure activity, somewhat like pattern recognition. And it's even suitable for serious independent research. This is one layer of some sort of "mafia" knowledge. Long story short, to identify thing which is uh... Stuff.

Those numbers above are Biblical (and also can be found in other Scriptures). Let's take a look at two examples, 7 and 33.
7 is said (pushed in stories, movies, books and others) to be a "lucky" number because it also symbolises someones' master, Revelation 12:3. "Lucky" red dragon.
33 has multiple meanings, one of them is the stars of Heaven thrown down to earth (one third), the excerpt is in Revelation 12:4. The 33 is the followers, the 7 is the master. Sort of.
If we add 7 and 33, it becomes 40, 4 (IV in Roman numeral) as the isopsephy. "IV" as a word (or part of word, syllable) is read "JU" (can be hard "J" or "Y" or "I" for the numeral I) in modern thingy, as in GAIVS IVLIVS CAESAR (Gaius Julius Caesar). Well, that character is full of this.

THIS

Other example is that Monster Energy logo, it is 3 of ו (uau/vav - U). U in Chaldean is 6. And it is the sixth letter of Hebrew alefbet. ווו, we have three of 6's. Mark-eting hype (as in mark of the beast concept). The logo itself looks like a three-clawed animal scratch. A monster.
Just like famous characters from Disney (Donald, Mickey, Goofy), they have 3 fingers and one thumb, for a reason. You could calculate "WALT DISNEY" above, see the Chaldean total and pay attention to the total of (reduced) vowels and consonants in Jewish and Kabbalah. And do calculate other famous personas, it's "embedding" method in names. Yeah it is very similar to philosophy and such of their mumbling in books.
Parents usually named their kids as something meaningful, "ARRGH" isn't really a name. But it is an effective and efficient name to confuse people.

Let's look at it from another angle. 3 times 6 is 18. In Hebrew, the symbol חַי (Chai, pronounced hay) has total 18 (adding the letters values). The symbol is formed from ח (heth/chet: 8) and י (yod: 10).
8 + 10 = 18.
Chai means life/living. It goes some hundred years back to Spanish (Span-ish) empire time. Hm, as you can see, two sides are interconnected for some reason.

CHAI

Usually is used as a pendant and something else similar as a talisman or just an accessory (if the wearer doesn't know the meaning).

The חַי (chai) concept can also be found in Chinese culture, (simplified Chinese), the CHI or QI. Depends on the perspective and when it is used in a sentence, the can be noun or adjective. But usually it refers to energy.

As you can see, the ווו (Monster Energy logo) has same 3 stripes as (CHI) but perpendicular in direction. They look like M and E for some reason.

For your information, the numeral 7 is (simplified) -- pronounced "qī" (the "q" is pronounced like "ch") -- in Chinese (MANdarin -- dialect).
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10: 一 (yī), 二 (èr), 三 (sān), 四 (sì), 五 (wǔ), 六 (liù), 七 (qī), 八 (bā), 九 (jiǔ), 十 (shí)

In Russian, 7 (seven) is семь, pronounced "sem" (like English "seem").

In Solfège (music, diatonic, do re me fa ...), the seventh note is "ti" or can also be pronounced as "si".

Let's take a look how the numeral 7 is pronounced in other language, for example: sept, septem, sieben, siedem, zeven, sata, sapta, saith, sette, sete, siete, sju, shvidi, seitsemän, epta (hepta), sebun, yedi, jeti, bảy, ched, cĕd, tujuh, pitong, pitu, and so forth. Sabbath and all that ritual date is related to 7. Now the convention of the seventh day of the week is Saturday. Saturn, Satan, sedan. Hm. Wait a minute.

One more, ו (uau/vav/waw) letter is also transliterated as W (new letter, back then only U and V. Well, V is Classical Latin, U after that, then W). So, WWW. What is that?

Many things, I mean all things, in brands/logos/names/terms in media were created with a "philosophy". Unconsciously, subconsciously and consciously. The word "philosophy" was absorbed from olden Greek, "philosophia", the love for wisdom. Whiskey kingdom.


The Other

You can see it like this, in Pythagorean, the letter Z is the 26th letter of the alphabet. On the table above, the letter Z's value is 8. Well, 26 = 2 + 6 = 8.
Or, letter V, it is the 22nd alphabet. 22 = 2 + 2 = 4. And you can see on the Pythagorean table, V's value is also 4.
So, it's like reflection (in decimal). All of this is about the reflection, the two sides.

Our rulers, the EL-ites, speak and communicate unlike us, standard people. Metaphor, allegory, bunch of figures of speeches, the magick of language are their expertise from the very beginning. Coding. They became the rulers because of those twisting twisting things skills. Like all those famous poets, writers and such. It is the "outlet" to spread the "concept", and now we have TV, radio and internet. See them through from numbers perspective to know their reference. Therefore, you have the basic to shield your thoughts from their nananana.

It is called the (f)art of persuasion, massive persuasive control. Some people call that "MK Ultra", or Monarch something something. Uh huh, same deal. How they love to write stuffs about that "MK Ultra", some of them maybe true. Well, we all are parts of a "farm". Some "chosen" cattle have certain precise tasks to do, thus "programmed" into that. No blabber blabber is very importent. The protocol is sharpened from generation to generation since the term EL-ite coined anyhow. Who coined stuff but themselves. Like how did we learn to "read" if it wasn't taught by them institutions. Interestingly, we had to "pay" to be controlled. Very. Nice. Such advanced storytellers. Plus there are many "hidden" rituals openly shown in media now, as something "avant-garde, fun and harmless". Interesting packaging.