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Numerology: 13 is Satanic and 17 is godly

2 Why?

Let's ask Wikipedia:

> Strikingly folkloric aspects of the number 13 have been noted in various cultures around the world: one theory is that this is due to the cultures employing lunar-solar calendars (there are approximately 12.41 lunations per solar year, and hence 12 "true months" plus a smaller, and often portentous, thirteenth month).

> The number 13 is considered an unlucky number in some countries.[18] The end of the Mayan calendar's 13th Baktun was superstitiously feared as a harbinger of the apocalyptic 2012 phenomenon.[19] Fear of the number 13 has a specifically recognized phobia, triskaidekaphobia, a word first recorded in 1911.[20] The superstitious sufferers of triskaidekaphobia try to avoid bad luck by keeping away from anything numbered or labelled thirteen. As a result, companies and manufacturers use another way of numbering or labelling to avoid the number, with hotels and tall buildings being conspicuous examples (thirteenth floor).[21] It is also considered unlucky to have thirteen guests at a table. Friday the 13th has been considered an unlucky day.

> A Repressed Lunar Cult: In ancient cultures, the number 13 represented femininity, because it corresponded to the number of lunar (menstrual) cycles in a year (13 x 28 = 364 days). The theory is that, as the solar calendar triumphed over the lunar, the number thirteen became anathema.

> In the Mayan Tzolk'in calendar, trecenas mark cycles of 13-day periods. The pyramids are also set up in 9 steps divided into 7 days and 6 nights, 13 days total.

> The Thirteen Postures of Tai Chi are thirteen postures (consisting of Eight Gates and Five Steps) which are considered to be of fundamental importance in the practice of Tai Chi.[33]

> In astronomy there are 13 star constellations in the zodiac (including Ophiuchus); this can be compared with astrology where there are 12 signs of the zodiac.

> In a tarot card deck, XIII is the card of Death, usually picturing the Pale horse with its rider.

> The United States of America was created from thirteen British colonies and as such, the number thirteen is a commonly recurring motif in American heraldry. For example, there are thirteen stars on the Great Seal of the United States and there are thirteen stripes on the American flag.

This above is certainly a suspicious set of data points, but not conclusive. Next let's investigate 13's inherent mathematical properties.

3 Mystic math

In my previous post on numerology, I developed a method for determining the meaning of single-digit angel numbers. Based on the strong cultural evidence for 13's negative significance, we can infer that multidigit primes are also significant. Therefore I must extend my method to interpret multi-digit numbers.

Prime factorization is fundamental to the method:

14 = 2 * 7 = walk with God.

Thus 13 is one short of walking with God. It means Satanic rebellion. This is similar to 6, which is one short of the holy 7.

The individual digits of 13 mean "one family". Thus 13 means Satanic family unity.

> The number 13 is the sixth prime number.

Also, 6+7=13.

This is non-obvious. The 6 in 13 is hidden. The Satanic cabal rules from the shadows.

There are many more complicated mathematical properties of 13. However, angel numbers keep it simple to preserve universality.

4 17

17 is the 7th prime. Its individual digits mean "one with God".

Q is the 17th letter of the alphabet. Q awakens anons to peaceful war against a hidden Satanic cabal.

13 and 17 are at war.

Qoincidence? You decide.

To forestall the inevitable objections: There is nothing inherently Biblical about numbers. If you don't like the cultural connotations of one of the words used, such as "God" or "Satan", replace it with your preferred synonym. Angel numbers imply very vague, basic meanings that require individual interpretation. "Angel number" is just a term, it doesn't imply actual feathers are involved!

5 Tarot correspondences?

I know little about tarot, so I looked up 17:

The Star (Tarot card) | Wikipedia

> The Star represents: New hopes and splendid revelations of the future, insight, inspiration, courage and enlightenment of the spiritual self. Body and mind and converging towards the light at the end of a dark time(s).

Basically means Great Awakening!

Well that fits shockingly well. As does 13:

Death (Tarot card) | Wikipedia

Two of my three examples for 13 at the beginning dealt directly with murder. That reflects the top search results for Google and YouTube for related keywords. (The third was a looser hit for an album title that might also focus on murder, for all I know.)

I begin to suspect the tarot deck corresponds with numerology overall, since this was kind of a random sample. Let's check:

Major Arcana | Wikipedia

  • 0 fits the Fool.
  • 1 fits Magician. Humanized tropes are always used, but the deeper meaning is cosmic unity.
  • 2: The High Priestess appears to be a miss. Perhaps the twins (6) should've gone here.
  • 3's strong fertility theme is a hit.
  • 4: the Emperor atop his mountain depicts stark stability.
  • 5 is a hit for Vitruvian man's position between heaven and earth.
  • 6 is a truth obscured: Its secondary meaning is Adam and Eve making the wrong choice.
  • 7 seems to be corrupted by Masonic propaganda, usurping the divine and replacing it with mortal conquest.
  • 8: Justice is a plausible meaning of 2*4: together stability.
  • 9 appears to be a miss, lacking themes of transition or 3*3 generational progress.
  • 10's wheel of fortune appears to be a corruption of the sunwheel symbol for God, reducing God to Fortune.

There is some solid correspondence my mathematical numerology and tarot, but also signs of historical negation. An ignorant people is easily ruled, and false knowledge is the most crippling form of ignorance.

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