Base 12, the beating heart of Time: Universal numerology is interspecies emojis

1 Intro

Interstellar anthropologist Yajweh said there are always 12 notes in the musical scale, and always drums. The drums are easily explained as the beating heart of the anthropoid sentient, echoing in his ears. But what are the 12 notes? The beating heart of the cosmos! That is why we measure time with more digits than we have fingers: 60s and 12h. Though we cannot explain it intellectually, we hear this cosmic truth in our music.

Who taught Egypt such a secret? Indeed, who taught the Dogon of Sirius? Uncertainty is an expensive gift from the Heavens, o reader, so proceed with the benefit of doubt. It exercises the soul.

2 Numerology 101

2.1 Infantile language

First I want to manage expectations: Universal numerology is very vague. How vague? Well, here's a comparably vague language you may not know about: baby talk. Yes, they all talk the same at birth.

Human numerology is a proud and ancient discipline with many tomes full of arcane wisdom. I've read precisely none of them. I just want to know why the baby is crying, OK? It has 5 words, and I want to know what they mean. That is the extent of my interest in the subject.

2.2 Fingers and flippers

Every child begins by counting on his fingers. Thus a species naturally thinks quantitatively in terms of how many fingers it has. Humans have 10 fingers, therefore we think in base 10.

However, the number of fingers a species has is arbitrary. Even human history records individuals with six fingers, for example. A six-fingered race would use base-12.

Imagine that digits have a universal spiritual meaning. What would each digit mean?

The key is to think about what is universal to the majority of sapient life forms. Presumably they live on planets, and the terrestrial ones tend to be tetrapodal bipeds, since that is optimal for tool use. For example, polearms are devastating hunting weapons that require an upright posture.

12 is the first superior highly composite number that can plausibly act as a full set of manual digits for a tool-using anthropoid.

6 gives three digits per hand, which is not enough to evolve a flint-knapping technological anthropoid. It is not enough for the constant manual manipulation of the environment that precedes tool use. Earth's primates have five digits. A three-toed configuration evolves in different directions.

(This is not to say that no intelligent aliens have three digits per hand. Only that they probably did not evolve as tool users.)

Thus we can expect technological anthropoids to have between 8 and 14 manual digits. While we cannot speculate on the average number of digits, 12 is the strongest number candidate for the universal number base. It is the only superior highly composite number in the set [8 10 12 14].

Non-prime numbers should be factored and treated as a digit sequence, to avoid making assumptions about number base. Multi-digit numbers should usually be interpreted as single-digit series, except primes and 10 11 12.

Cosmic numerology is a simple vague language that can get infinitely deep, but we just want the basic meanings for everyday use. Recognize patterns, but realize it has to be simple enough to be universally compatible.

Dolphins lack hands, but they can certainly count. It would be interesting to hear the spiritual wisdom they imbue into their numbers, once we figure out how to talk in sonar.

2.3 Meanings listed

  • 0: Void, beginning.
  • 1: Unity, alone, hello.
  • 2: Friendship, trust, partners.
  • 3: Father, Mother, Child: Family. Masons like 333 because it implies aristocratic unity.
  • 4: 2*2. Square, stability, balance. Tables are rectangular for a reason.
  • 5: Man has 5 senses. The upright pentagram is a symbol for the tetrapodal form: 4 limbs and a head. It means correct: 5 by 5. The inverted pentagram is thus a sign of evil, Baphomet, Satan. Hanging upside down is eventually fatal.

Prime factorization is an efficient way to conceptualize numbers consistently across varying number bases. Students of standardized tests such as the SAT know that prime factorization is fundamental to mathematical reasoning. Standard and elementary are suitable attributes for a universal communication system. Thus non-primes are analyzed as their prime factorization.

  • 6: 2*3. Trust in flesh, not God. Materialism, imperfection, danger, death. 666 means satanic society. 7-1.
  • 7: Spirit. God the 1 over flesh. The unity above material competition. 777 means holy society.
  • 8: 2*4. Stable partnership generates wealth. Trust in stability can be dangerously complacent. Justice is blind. 8-1=7: Riches can blind one to spiritual matters, but charity clarifies.
  • 9: 3*3. Two generations raise the next. Transition, the next cycle.
  • 10: 2*5. Trust truth. Together humaneness. Walk by faith.

1 0 = Unified ineffable transcendence = God. Zero raises the order of magnitude. Which number is written as "10" depends on the number base.

  • 11: 5+6. Man to flesh. Birth, incarnation.
  • 12: God. 3*4. Stable, eternal Divine Love. Written as 10 in sexagesimal.

2.4 Objections and homework

Objection: "I don't believe in God."

12 is vague. It does not contain a gender or specify pantheist vs monotheist.

Objection: "I don't believe in spirits either."

If you truly don't believe you have a soul, consider the possible consequences of your belief. Imagine that the dream world is the spirit world, and that belief shapes your reality after you die. What would happen if you couldn't find your own soul? Would you be a miserable intellect, lost and groping in self-inflicted darkness?

Careful what you wish for; you might regret it. Careful what you wish for; you just might get it!

Homework: the personality test

Stargazing is a stereotypical activity to undertake with one's love interest. My n=1 study indicates that universal numerology is the indoors equivalent. Have her guess the meaning of each number, starting from zero. Mine stalled out at four, and started adding babies to the family, which was pretty funny. But I was impressed she nailed the first three. It's a pleasant and spiritually-affirming topic to discuss, and opens to deeper sharing. Ladies can of course use the quiz to test the mettle of their potential mate!

2.5 Tarot compared

Listing from Major Arcana | Wikipedia:

  • 0 fits the Fool.
  • 1 fits Magician. Tarot uses humanized tropes, 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 satanic propaganda, usurping the divine and replacing it with the evils of war.
  • 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 materialistic Fortune.

Overall the correspondence is strong, but there are also signs of historical negation. An ignorant people is easily ruled, and false knowledge is the most crippling form of ignorance.

2.6 Universal emojis

Even assuming the above numerology is correct, what good is it?

When someone is too far away to shout at, how do you communicate? You wave.

The cosmos contains vast gulfs: psychological, technological, dimensional, mental and spiritual. What communication protocol could possibly bridge them?

Well, telepathy, for one. But that is rather scary to humans. Would you like to hear voices in your head? We label such people insane.

There is no universal Morse code, because there is no universal alphabet. But everyone can count.

Repeating digits are the cosmic equivalent of emojis. A smiley face might mean nothing to an alien. But what about 1111? Sounds like a friendly hello, doesn't it? Hi hi hi hi!

Not scary at all, unless you start seeing 666. That's the Jolly Roger.

Objection: "I don't believe in gematria."

Gematria is adding number values of letters. I know of no universal way to determine the number value of a letter or the spelling of a sound or the name of a person. Perhaps one exists, but the universal language is certainly not English, nor any other known human language.

Numerology is not a recent invention. When humans first explored mathematics, they did not distinguish between the abstract and spiritual.

2.7 Angel numbers

Are you afraid of ghosts? What about friendly ones?

What sort of jobs are available in Heaven? How about helping guide your descendants? Who better to do it than grandma?

Grandma has ways to nudge you imperceptibly. Time is relative, and magic is real. All spirits talk with telepathy. Where do your ideas come from? Ever had an argument with yourself?

It is helpful to stay positive, if you want input from positive spirits.

Spiritual contact is more about affinity than distance. Your relatives can reach you more easily than random predators.

Spirit guides can send "angel numbers" as another subtle message. "Angel numbers" are simply repeating digits relevant to your current thoughts and circumstances. The obvious implication here is that spacetime is more manifold and flexible than we currently understand. But those pesky tictacs outflying our air force already demonstrated that.

Normally the numbers one sees are randomly distributed. Manipulation of numbers is statistically detectable and used to prove fraud.

Remain skeptical, and avoid being fooled by randomness. There is a time to apply the Gideon standard of skepticism, especially with regard to potentially life-threatening interpretations.

However, one's life can be enriched by a numerological daily conversation with one's spirit guides, if one allows it. Mostly, it will confirm what one's heart already knows — which is more useful than it sounds.

If all of this sounds unbelievably convoluted, it is nowhere near as convoluted as what it took to put you inside the brain of a screaming baby. The moderators of Earth realm enforce a strict no-spoiler policy. You will just have to wait until your movie ends.

The radiantly-positive Matt Fraser is a legitimate psychic who speaks with the heavenly spirits of the virtuous departed, as they watch over our lives. His explanation of "angel numbers" is good, but non-technical and vague. Read it and you can see how the meanings I deduced match the implications he infers.

Objection: "I don't believe in angels."

"Angel number" is just a term; it doesn't imply actual feathers are involved!

There is nothing inherently avian about repeating digits. The Bible did not invent 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. Universal numerology is much vaguer than English diction.

Objection: "I don't believe my departed loved ones watch over me."

Ok. That's sad.

2.8 Repeating digits

Repeating digits are necessary to prove a pattern is non-random.

Multi-digit numbers are usually interpreted as a series of single digits, because this basic communication protocol lacks punctuation and spacing.

It's like non-verbal gestures. They contain some vague information, but don't overanalyze it.

11 has two 1s, so it means "trust hi". 111 has three, so it means "family hello". 1111 means "secure hello".

If an entity is powerful enough to insert angel numbers into your life, he can also make them relevant to the context of your inner thoughts and emotions. Take the meaning at face value, and go with the flow.

If you're really receiving a message, then a followup message will often clarify confusion and simultaneously remove doubt.

2.9 Trust but verify?

If you see "angel numbers" in a statistically improbable coincidence, consider whether it is a gentle nudge from your personal guardian spirits. They are the ones who can talk to you most easily, and are probably your departed family members or loved ones.

Of course, given it's a universal language, it could be anyone, so caveat emptor. Definitely be careful about doing anything occult to seek clarification, as some practices such as Oiuja boards open portals that attract dark spirits. As Matt Fraser says, your guardians don't need a portal to send you messages; it's their job.

The moral character of disembodied spirits varies at least as much as that of living humans. Spying is easy when you're a spirit. So beware of imposters, if you speak with a psychic. A great psychic helps tremendously, but those are rare.

The best defense against dark spirits is a clean conscience, a positive vibe and a visualization of white light.

3 Higher math

3.1 Primal analysis

This section is more difficult and speculative.

Primes have both a basic meaning and a primal meaning. For example, the basic meaning of 3 is family: father mother child. The primal meaning is love.

One cannot factorize a prime, so addition is used instead. The rule must work on all primes, so

  • 1+1=2
  • 1+2=3
  • 2+3=5
  • 6+7=13.

The addition sign signifies a transition from the lower number to the higher.


  • the nth prime is an intensification of n's meaning
  • (n/2-.5) + (n/2+.5) tells the prime's story


  • 2 is the 1st prime. 1+1: unity to unity: soulmate
  • 3 is 2nd. 1+2: unity to trust: love
  • 5 is 3rd. 2+3: trust to love: humaneness
  • 7 is 4th. 3+4: love to stability: holy
  • 11 is 5th. 5+6: man to flesh: incarnation
  • 13 is 6th. 6+7: flesh to spirit: death
  • 17 is 7th. 8+9: justice to transition. Great awakening.
  • 19 is 8th. 9+10: transition to correctness? Tarot 19: Sun? Not sure.
  • 23 is 9th. 11+12: Incarnation to divinity? Jesus?

I gave up after 23.

I have doubts about 3 and 5.

  • Maybe 3 is about the first division of the Mother Spirit at Creation, when Unity divided itself so that it could experience love for the other. The Law of One is substantially gray disinfo, but discusses this concept.
  • 5 is mostly based on an intuition of the deeper significance of the tetrapodal and anthropoid forms. Although this exhibits anthropocentric bias, Yajweh agrees that humanoids are a template prized for our flexibility to hybridize. This makes sense, as we are not optimized for much other than a littoral habitat and perhaps endurance hunting, if our feet are shod. The Sasquatch Message describes humans as deliberately dependent on assistance to survive, in order to increase our sensitivity. Our "naked" bodies (no feathers, fur or scales) are optimized for attractiveness and love. Admittedly this is a lot to read into "2+3", but hey, this is cosmic numerology! It should be trippy.

3.2 13 = Death

3.2.2 Wikipedia wonders 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.

3.2.3 Additive analysis

6+7=13. The addition sign signifies a transition. 6 to 7 is flesh to spirit. That happens at death, the opposite of incarnation. So 13 means death.

13 is the 6th prime. 6 = 2*3 ~ faith in flesh ~ danger, evil. Death is an intensification of danger.

In peaceful, spiritually advanced societies, death can be a beautiful transition, celebrated and assisted in psychic harmony. However, to most humans it is a symbol of horror. We fear the reaper.

3.2.4 Prime evil

The individual digits of 13 mean "one family". Thus 13 means one murderous family, a suitable name for MS-13. (This meaning is specific only to base 10 and five-fingered humans.)

> The number 13 is the sixth prime number.

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, this post seeks only to establish the basic foundation.

3.2.5 Conclusion

While 13 has associations with evil, its strongest cultural connotation is death, which matches its universal numerological meaning.

3.2.6 Feedback


The number 4 stands for death in many cultures. The number 13 is simply 1+3 which is 4. Did you know some cultures are so superstitious about the connotation of the number 4 that they do not have a 4th floor in buildings/elevators

Universal numerology is immune to cultural relativity. The Chinese associate 4 with death due to pronunciation. 4 implies rectangular stability, not death.

Adding digits of a multi-digit number is base-10 specific, not universal.

3.3 17 = Great Awakening

17 is the 7th prime. In base 10, its individual digits mean "one with God".

Additively, 8+9=17. This is a transition from 8 to 9. 8 can mean prosperity, materialism or justice. 9 is a transition. Tarot says it best:

The Star (Tarot card 17) | 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).

In other words, the Great Awakening, whose timing coincides with Yajweh's predicted assimilation into the galactic community, and increasing government UFO disclosure.

Q is the 17th letter of the alphabet. Q's purported agenda is to awaken anons to a peaceful war against a hidden satanic cabal. This implies that Q is aware of universal numerology.

Other connotations of Q:

  • Q writes largely in questions.
  • James Bond's Q is an intelligent advisor to an inattentive junior hotshot.
  • Q clearance for Department of Energy relates to the Uranium 1 scandal.

3.4 911 = skip God

911 is Illuminati code for "Skip God."

> 10 is a metaphor for god. The combination of 911 is to skip 10 i.e. skip god. When you see 911 it is to say that there is no god. They put these numbers in everything to show respect to their lord and gain power from him. They made up the whole dialing 911 thing, so when soceity dials 911 for help you it's a metaphorical way of society proclaiming there is no god and asking for help from the government instead.

"Illuminati" merely means initiated, enlightened, knowing. It is a regulated category like security clearance holders, not a monolithic conspiracy. One such secret is that "magic" is real, and often rather dry.

Dates are a key component of Illuminati rituals, because rituals harness the power of intention and belief to shape reality. The masses do not need to know the numerological meaning of a date in order to lend it their power. As long as they associate the numbers with the date, universal numerology interprets the result.

This meaning was deliberately encoded into the US emergency phone number 911 and also the date of the false flag 9/11 attacks. The 9/11 attacks were obviously used to transform the USA into more of a federal police state.

(Yajweh states that the primary motive of 9/11 was to invade Iraq to recover an ancient artifact and potential WMD discovered in the ancient city of Ur. Fly-by-wire modified planes packed with explosives were used to impact the targets, while most of the real passenger jets were crashed into the ocean. You may cross-reference this theory with the Farsight Institute's remote viewing of 9/11.)

3.5 13 month calendar

3.5.1 Intro

I mentioned historical negation as a possible explanation for certain discrepancies between mathematical numerology and tarot. An ignorant people is easily ruled, and false knowledge is the most crippling form of ignorance.

The example that immediately leaps to mind is our abominably-confusing 12-month calendar.

3.5.2 Missing month

Ophiuchus is allegedly removed from the astrology zodiac in order to suppress knowledge of our reptilian overlords' psychology. (This may be a metaphor for sociopathy, or something more literal, scaly and interdimensional.)

> 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.

The number of months was correspondingly reduced from (13 * 28) to (12 * 30.4).

There are currently 365.25 days in a solar year. 13 * 28 = 364. 12 * 30 = 360. 13 gets 4 days closer to the target.

A 13 month system would be vastly better. Imagine 12 months of 28 days, and then December with either 29 or 30 days. Who wouldn't like an extra day of solstice holiday?

12 out of 13 months would have exactly 4 weeks. Every month would start on the same day of the week, for the whole year. Kids could learn the calendar sooner. Adults would make fewer scheduling mistakes. Future time orientation might increase.

13 months means death, but not evil. The 13th month, winter solstice, is when the biome dies, only to be reborn with spring. There is an extra day to symbolize that death is not the end.

  • 4: stability
  • 7: spirit
  • 13: death

This encodes Gaia's purpose as womb of the Matterium. The travail of death is the birth of the spirit.

3.5.3 Romulus and Remusssss

Wikipedia describes the evolution of the Western calendar:

Sounds like Rome's important. I wonder what's there now?

Weird, I thought Rome was the city of wolves, not serpents.

"Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves." — Jesus, Matthew 7:15

What did he mean by this?

Tl;dr: The calendar should be 13 months of 4 weeks, with an extra day at Christmas. It's 12 months because Rome is ruled by wolves in sheep's clothing, who don't want you to know how a sociopath thinks (like a serpent).

3.5.4 Babylon

Before Rome, Babylon ruled:


We see your comments about a zodiac story that re-emerges every few years. No, we did not change the zodiac.

When the Babylonians invented the constellations 3,000 years ago, they chose to leave out a 13th sign. So, we did the math: https://go.nasa.gov/3gZnBwK

> But even according to the Babylonians’ own ancient stories, there were 13 constellations in the zodiac. So they picked one, Ophiuchus, to leave out.

Well, it was probably just a random choice. Babylon wasn't actually ruled by serpents. Right, Google?

Alright, Google, that's enough. No no, I don't want any more. Good day sir!

3.5.5 Feedback: Sidereal astrology


interesting. on the other side ophiuchus barely has a foot in on the ecliptic and is pretty small radius arc and crowded between scorpio and sag. maybe 5 days between tail of scorp and bow of sag in sun time. if anything clock the 'month' to the moon cycle for starters. personally i wonder if they promote tropical astrology vs. sidereal.

One could argue Ophiuchus has a smaller radius arc because sociopaths are a smaller proportion of the population.

However, I wouldn't assume the traditional constellations are inherently correct. Seeing shapes in stars seems culturally relative. If anything, one would expect ET influencers to name constellations to indicate the home stars of their species, not out of a concern for horoscopic or calendaric accuracy.

Regardless, eliminating the serpent (sociopath) from a system of personality types is objectively wrong. It's the most important one to beware of.

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