Monday, February 24, 2014

The Master Numbers and the English Language | A Tribute to Teachers


In numerology there are something called the "master numbers".  They are the numbers 11, 22 and 33.  They are considered the most sacred numbers in numerology for mathematical reasons you can learn about by investigating this blog.  Each of the respective numbers; 11, 22 and 33, has a respective name.
  • 11 is the master number
    • If you sum every number 1 through 11, you get the output of 66
    • If you sum 6+6, you get the number 12; the number that follows 11
    • Further, 66 is also an extremely important number in numerology
  • 22 is the master builder number
    • In numerology, 22 sums to 4 because 2+2 = 4
    • In numerology, 4 represents foundation
    • Think of "foundation" in light of "master builder"
  • 33 is the master teacher number
    • The number thirty-three is relevant in every religion of the world
In this blog, I have proposed the theory that the English language is built on numerology because of findings I have made in my research, and because I have become aware that Pythagoras was practicing the conversion of words, names and phrases into numbers as far back as the fourth century.  In examining the numerology of the words "master" and "teacher", I believe we will find further evidence suggesting, at the very least, some English words truly are built on numerology.  Let us quickly decode both "master" and "teacher".
  • Master = 4+1+1+2+5+9 = 22
  • Teacher = 2+5+1+3+8+5+9 = 33
So there we have it, the word teacher equates to 33 in numerology, and is also referred to as the "master teacher" number.  If that isn't further evidence that the English language is built on numerology, I don't know what is.  For those who thinks such an idea is propsterous, I would ask you to think about where words originally came from.  In a sense, it is a "chicken and egg" concept.  What came first, words or numbers?  If numbers came first, and it seems that they logically would, doesn't it also seem possible that words could be built from the numbers?  Let us examine further.

While the word build and builder does not equal twenty-two, several words that provide foundation do.  For example, let us examine the word "anvil"; an instrumental piece of equipment in building.  Not only does this word have a numerology of 22, it also has a middle letter 'v', that is the twenty-second letter of the alphabet.
  • Anvil = 1+5+4+9+3 = 22
Further, when we think of the foundation of the United States of America, we think of the "Declaration of Independence" which was written by Thomas Jefferson.  Thomas has a numerology of twenty-two as well.
  • Thomas = 2+8+6+4+1+1 = 22
  • Jefferson = 1+5+6+6+5+9+1+6+5 = 44
As I continue to research this topic, I will continue to bring more information on these important findings.  I hope that if you're a teacher and you're reading this, it will spark your curiosity and you will consider bringing these lessons to your classroom.  As a teacher myself, I think the skills and lessons of numerology, and translating words to numbers is extremely valuable, and exercises critical thinking in ways many other "typical school exercises" cannot.  To close, let us examine words associated with teachers.
  • Class = 33111
  • School = 138663
  • College = 3633575