Friday, June 27, 2014

33 | The Curious Case of Josef Mik | An Invisible Architect

The name Josef Mik is quite revealing when decoded with Gematria.
  • Josef = 10+15+19+5+6 = 55
  • Mik = 13+9+11 = 33
  • Josef Mik = 55+33 = 88
Josef Mik was a German who gave many species of insects the names we use today.  Let us examine his biography courtesy of Wikipedia.
Josef Mik, also Joseph Mik (23 March, 1839 - 13 October, 1900) was a Czech entomologist mainly interested in Diptera. He described many new species and made contributions to knowledge of the Diptera of Central Europe.Mik was the first dipterist to clarify the chaetotaxy of the legs. " On the legs I distinguish a front [chaeta]- and a hind-side ; an upper- and an under-side. When we imagine the leg stretched out horizontally and perpendicularly to the longitudinal axis of the body, the front-side is that which is turned towards the head, and the hind-sidethat turned towards the end of the body ; the upper- and under-side, in such a case, are self-understood." [1]
Mik was born in Zábřeh (German: Hohenstadt), Moravia. From 1871 to 1889 he was teacher at the Academic Gymnasium in Vienna. In 1889 he was given the Knight's Cross of the Order of Franz Joseph; he died in Vienna.
    • 3/23/1839 = 3+2+3+1+8+3+9 = 29, reduces to 11 (life number)
    • Zabreh = 8+1+2+9+5+8 = 33 
      • Hohenstadt = 8+6+8+5+5+1+2+1+4+2 = 42
    • Mik was from Zabreh
    • Berlin and Dresden also have "33" numerology
    • Berlin = 2+5+9+3+9+5 = 33
    • Dresden = 4+9+5+1+4+5+5 = 33
Do you know what this makes me think of?  It makes me wonder how many Josef Mik's have shaped this world I live in, without me ever even knowing it, or anyone else for that matter.  In that regard, does it matter?  Something tells me it does.  I feel that had we been born into a world where we spoke the language of the natives who once lived where we now do, and lived as they once did, we would all be much better off.