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, "herupakraath" <herupakraath@...>
> "threefold31" <threefold31@> wrote:
> > That's hardly surprising, considering that the 'key' was created
> > massive number-crunching on computer software.
> A baseless assumption on your part.
I believe it was you who said that you created a program to search
for gematrias that had specific requirements. That's number-
crunching. Perhaps not massive, but it is still using a computer to
do the work for you.
> To demonstrate further why the Holokey is not a product of crunching
I don't know how you can say that when you were the one who stated
that you used a computer program, (of your own devising I believe),
to search for a gematreia that suited your conditions. That's number-
> > It seems consistent to connect it with some other computing
> If I had done so intentionally, I would admit as much.
I never said you did it intentionally.
> The inference I deliberately created the Holokey to produce the
> Egyptian language features presented in the Bhdt Proof is
I neither said nor inferred that you deliberatley set the holokey
values to align with MdC. I have said, in another forum, that after
said values were created, or 'found', you then applied them to MdC.
> > This kind of argument could esily lead one to tout ASCII coding
> > the basis of the true gematria of English, since it is used
> to digitally encode our set of 26 letters. Surely Aiwas saw that >
> coming too, right?
> Creating a gematria system based on ASCII (which I tried by the
> would be no more outlandish or arbitrary than assigning 25 numbers,
> combined with 26 letters, to the 27 trigrams of the Yi-Jing.
Well, you can blame Crowley for being outlandish, since it was his
idea to attribute letters to trigrams. You remember him, right? the
one who was told to obtain the order and value of the English
My basic critique of this latest 'proof' is that it has some
interesting elements, but it's quite a stretch to conclude Aiwass saw
all this coming and devised a gematria along the lines of the one you
have discovered with your number-crunching.