4616Re: gematria, sacred geometry question
- Aug 3, 2004Hello Theresa,
93, I beleive is a number used by Thelemites in greetings and
salutations. It's connected to the '93 current', so that might be an
avenue. I'd type '93 current' into a good search engine. As far as
geometry, you might glean some esoteric clues by determining which
polygon the number conforms to (triangular numbers, pentagonal
numbers, etc., ala Pythagoras) and investigate the deeper
significance of it. The digital root of 2793 is 21, of which the dr
I don't know if any of that will help you, but I know how number and
geometry can get under your skin until the least little thing
shatters the veil.
Alaf sig runa!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Theresa Smart"
> Hope this isn't too far off-topic, but I have a question regardingthe
> deeper significances of the number 2793, from the standpoint ofgematria and
> sacred geometry. This number appeared to me in a dream about a yearago and
> I have been trying to figure out its meaning since then withlimited
> success.= 27
> In my own research I have found of course that 3 x 3 = 9 and 3 x 9
> (reading the number backwards), and that 3, 9, 27 is a geometricprogression
> (or 27, 9, 3), which is found in the "Drum of Shiva", the pulsatinghowever
> instrument of creation. I do not have a deep understanding of this
> and that is what I am seeking.
> I would appreciate any ideas, advice on where to continue with this.
> Theresa : )
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