Re: [t93] RIKB's website
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In a message dated 1/5/01 4:29:44 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> I loved your site, you have the best computer Greek Number Dic. I'veThank you. I just need a few more thousand entries, and I'll be
satisfied with it ;-)
I enjoyed 47&74, and it made my day that Harpocrates equals
> 121 in S.G.!If you have some entries for 1,111, please send them to me and I'll add
> I would like to enter SATOR AREPO OPERA ROTAS = 4774(M.G.)(O=800),
> and your gematrics for 1,111 are lacking.
them. I'm excluding things like english words spelled out in Greek letters,
but if it's from a real Greek source, I'll add it. My collection of barbarous
names and such is lacking, but it's hard to draw the line there because
there's such a variety of very long words that probably aren't very rewarding
upon analysis. There's a problem entering capital letters for some reason, if
that's what you're alluding to -- it was fixed a while back and for some
reason is balking again. Probably because it was transferred to a new server,
and an older version of the script was transferred or something. I'll check
I could help you out on
> this by referring to my Magickal Timeline on File atPlease mail them to me personally -- I know I'll get side-tracked if I
> Thelemaemail@example.com, or e-mail you just them personally,
> they are fascinating.
try to pick them out of something longer.
>In that case, please present yourself nude at the nearest street corner
> You say that Mr. Hulse revealed some things too freely, like what and
> I certainly disagree, everything needs to be out in the open!
and start screaming out your telephone number. Of course, my intent is just
to say that regardless of how widely something *should* be known, there are
circumstances in which it isn't necessarily proper to uncover it or shout it
out frivolously. This is apparently an antiquated notion, since in the modern
climate, even the number of hairs on Britney Spears' areolas can be found
somewhere on the 'Net.
> As far as your Mars kamea English gematria is concerned, I wish toThere are something on the order of 275 million 5 x 5 magic squares
> state that those numbers are one of many possible variant orders, for
> which see "Western Mandalas of Transformation" by Soror A.L.
using the numbers 1-25, of course. The one I've used is privileged only in
the sense that it was used by Agrippa, the Golden Dawn, and Crowley. There
may be others that have been used in an esoteric sense -- I would be
surprised if there weren't -- but I feel the one I've used is the most likely
candidate for such a system. With 275 million options, one has to eliminate
the competition somehow.
> I'm reading a good book now by Charles Seif entitled "Zero: TheFunny, you're the third person who's told me that in the last week.
> Biography of a Dangerous Idea."
Another good one is "The History of Pi" by Petr Beckmann, although it may be
out of print now.