Tuesday, April 8, 2014

66 | Sugar Numerology

Sugar = 19+21+7+1+18 = 66 = Freedom = Thomas Jefferson = Happy = Woman

The other day I wrote the following post:
The words 'happy', 'freedom' and 'woman' all have equal numerology of sixty-six (66).  Let us examine the numerical outputs of each of the three words when broken down with the Standard Method.
  • Happy = 8+1+16+16+25 = 66
  • Freedom = 6+18+5+5+4+15+13 = 66
  • Woman = 23+15+13+1+14 = 66
This number has much significance to the United States of America.  The first highway built across the country was Route 66, the sum of the first 13 colonies is 66, and the author of the Declaration of Independence with its 39 signers was written by Thomas Jefferson; a name with '66' numerology.  What is interesting about the word Freedom, is that when it is broken down with the Pythagorean Method, it has a numerology of 39.
  • Freedom = 6+9+5+5+4+6+4 = 39
  • 39 signers on Declaration of Independence
The Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson.
  • Thomas = 2+8+6+4+1+1 = 22
  • Jefferson = 1+5+6+6+5+9+1+6+5 = 44
  • Thomas Jefferson = 22+44 = 66
  • Freedom = 6+18+5+5+4+15+13 = 66
For the numerology of the First 13 Colonies, please read here.  It shows all the calculations for each of the 13 colonies, plus a whole lot more, such as the fact that 3 o the 13 colonies, including first Delaware, and last Rhode Island, were founded on date with '33 numerology'. 
As follows is a list of the colonies when broken down to single digit form:
The 13 Colonies Combined:
  1. Delaware = 6 (33)
  2. Pennsylvania = 8
  3. New Jersey = 7
  4. Georgia = 8
  5. Connecticut = 1
  6. Massachusetts = 6 (33)
  7. Maryland = 7
  8. South Carolina = 3
  9. New Hampshire = 4
  10. Virginia = 8
  11. New York = 3
  12. North Carolina  = 4
  13. Rhode Island = 1
  • Total = 66
At that time of writing that, I had no idea about the numerology of the word 'sugar'.  A couple of days later, I'm now wondering if the nickname for a woman became 'sugar' because of the numerology of the two words.  Before we get into that though, I want to talk about one of my economics professors from college.  An often point he would bring up in his lectures, was that the United States had a ridiculous policy towards subsidies on sugar; and that it was wasteful and that it made no logical sense.  I still think of him because he was a good professor and he clued me into a lot of things I was previously unaware of. from ridiculous sugar subsidies, to Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers.  Thinking of him makes me wish I knew then what I know now, because I would surely clue him in.

With regard to what I know now, it is about the number 66, and also, that the word sugar has '66 numerology'.
  • Sugar = 19+21+7+1+18 = 66
In the United States, when we think of sugar, we think of 'candy' and 'soda pop'.  They too have interesting numerology.
  • Soda = 19+15+4+1 = 39
  • Pop = 16+15+16 = 47
  • Candy = 3+1+14+4+25 = 47
The Indian word for candy also provides more light on the subject.  The word they use is 'chikki'.
  • Chikki = 3+8+9+2+2+9 = 33
  • Indian = 9+5+4+9+1+5 = 33
  • Look at all those Is and Ks next to each other
    • I = 9
    • K = 11
One last point, sugar is good for making 'alcohol'.
  • Sugar = 19+21+7+1+18 = 66
  • Alcohol = 1+12+3+15+8+15+12 = 66