The quantitative exponential branches upon the tree of nothing
          ( working through sub-plots to find the real and most relative conspiracy that fits the paranoia )

 

      The Numerical Egregore of Zero

            0 : The Great No Thing

Keys: Synchronicity/Will   Mantra: CU GHIRT MAF LENZ

0

      from Z(enseider)Z:
birth-death, connected moment between expiration and incubation; possession by or invocation of Thanateros; union itself; the place value that precedes all numbers and separates negative integers from positive integers; the unmanifest; nought; chaos preceded night and darkness in the known universe, it represents the formless aspect of matter in its unconditioned state; the unknown; Ain (nothing, not)

 

 


 

      The Numerical Egregore of One

            1 : Unity In Strength

Keys: Strength/Satiety   Mantra: LITOF CEGU MAHRN

1

      from Z(enseider)Z:
monad: the first thing that came into existence was called the "monad", which begat the dyad, which begat the numbers, which begat the point, begetting lines or finiteness, etc. culminating in the four elements earth, water, fire and air, from which the rest of our world is built up. Pythagorean and Platonic philosophers like Plotinus and Porphyry condemned Gnosticism for their treatment of the monad or one

 

 


 

      The Numerical Egregore of Two

            2 : The Paradox of Duality

Keys: Love/Momentum   Mantra: FURAHG LONEWT MIC

2

      from Z(enseider)Z:
asects of Taoist taijitu: yin and yang. The first phonetic yin "cloudy" ideographically combines jin "now; present" and yun "cloud", denoting the "presence of clouds". The second phonetic yang "bright" originally pictured the "sun" with "rays coming down". This phonetic is expanded with the "sun" radical into yang "rising sun; sunshine"

 

 

 


 

      The Numerical Egregore of Three

            3 : The Tri-Unity

Keys: Art/Distortion   Mantra: FOTHIC GELN AMUR

3

      from Z(enseider)Z:
levels of humanity in Zoroastrianism: urvan (soul), baodah (consciousness/intelligence), and ahu (vital force); as well as the three levels of the soul in Kabbalah: Nefesh (animalistic), Ruach (spirit; mind and reasoning powers), and Neshama (intellect/awareness; highest aspirations of the soul); again translating over into alchemical symbolism in their triplicity of mercury (exalting, spiritual), sulphur (quickening, active), and salt (heavy, sluggish); shamanic worlds of journeying: the upper, middle, and lower

 


 

      The Numerical Egregore of Four

            4 : Material Quadrality

Keys: Business/Vision   Mantra: UMOT ECHN FIRGLA

4

      from Z(enseider)Z :
basic elements of the western esoteric tradition fire, air, water, earth; thought to have been attributed to the Aristotelian-Ptolemaic system, but instead seems generally credited to Empedocles, a 5th century BCE Greek from Sicily; and their four conditions: dry, hot, cold, and wet; In mystical Kabbalah, it represents the four worlds: Atziluth (archetypal), Briah (creative), Yetzirah (formative), and Assiah (material); the Native American medicine wheel has four directions or colors.

 


 

      The Numerical Egregore of Five

            5 : The Quintessence

Keys: Mass Control/Neutrality   Mantra: ROHMA LETFUN GIV

5

      from Z(enseider)Z:
parts of the human soul in ancient Egypt: heart (ib), shadow (sheut), name (ren), personality (ba), thought (akh), and vital spark (ka); five traditional elements in the Chinese philosophy of Wu Xing known as the five phases, agents, movements, processes, or steps/stages: wood, water, fire, metal, earth

 

 

 


 

      The Numerical Egregore of Six

            6 : Joy of Six

Keys: Oppression/Law   Mantra: NUCO MEXATH GELMIRFS

6

      from Z(enseider)Z:
tastes in traditional Indian medicine called Ayurveda: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent, and astringent. These tastes are used to suggest a diet based on the symptoms of the body. In the standard model of particle physics, there are six types of quarks and six types of leptons; the first perfect number

 

 

 


 

      The Numerical Egregore of Seven

            7 : Enchantment of the Virgin

Keys: Consciousness/Flux   Mantra: NITSAH GEMOC VRUFL

7

      from Z(enseider)Z:
classical planets (metals) in the western esoteric tradition: sol (gold), luna (silver), saturn (lead), jupiter (tin), mars (iron), venus (copper), mercury (brass); Earth's escape velocity in miles per second; seven primary and secondary colors in the visible spectrum: blue, red, yellow, orange, green, violet, and indigo; seven systems of the body (excluding the integumentary) cardiovascular, digestive, endocrine, excretory, immune, muscular, nervous, reproductive, skeletal; seven chakras (glands) starting at the base muladhara (adrenal), svadisthana (sacral), manipura (celiac), anahata (thymus), vishuddi (thyroid), ajna (pituitary), sahasrara (pineal); notes in C major scale: C, D, E, F, G, A, and B

 


 

      The Numerical Egregore of Eight

          8 : Periodic Renewal Between Heaven, Earth & the Law of Octaves

Keys: Horror/Reality   Mantra: HAFU ROTI LEMOG NE

8

      from Z(enseider)Z:
directions on the chaostar (death/sex, fear/desire/ ego/magic, love/hate); eight tri-grams or Bagua: sky, marsh, fire, thunder, wind, water, mountain, earth; the noble eightfold path consists of eight practices: (right) view, resolve, speech, conduct, livelihood, effort, mindfulness, and samadhi; eight circuits in the Learyan-Wilsonian model lf of consciousness: bio-survival, emotional territorial, neurosemantic dexterity, domestic social, nuerosomatic, metaprogramming, morphogenetic, and quantum network

 


 

      The Numerical Egregore of Nine

            9 : The Horizon of Completion

Keys: Success/Loss   Mantra: TEURC LOHN MIAGF

9

      from Z(enseider)Z:
gates to the human body (city) in the Bhagavad Gita: 2 nostrils, 2 eyes, 2 ears, 1 mouth, the anus, and the genitals; nine worlds or spheres to the Norse world tree Yggdrasil: Midgard (humanity), Asgard (Aesir gods and goddesses), Vanaheim (Vanir gods and goddesses), Jotunheim (giants), Niflheim (primordial ice), Muspelheim (primordial fire), Alfheim (elves), Svartalfheim (dwarves), Hel (Hel and the dead); The Ennead or Great Ennead was a group of nine deities in Egyptian mythology worshiped at Heliopolis: the sun god Atum, his children Shu and Tefnut, their children Geb and Nut, and their children Osiris, Isis, Seth, and Nephthys.

 


 

    Bibliography
    • Luke Andrews, http://blueluke.com
    • H.P. Blavatsky The Secret Doctrine 1888
    • A. E. Waite The Book of The Secret Word 1912
    • A. E. Waite The Pictorial Key To The Tarot 1910
    • A. E. Waite The Great Symbols Of The Tarot 1926
    • A. E. Crowley 777 1909
    • A. E. Crowley Book Of Thoth 1944
    • Paul Foster Case A Brief Analysis OF The Tarot 1927
    • Sepharial The Kabala Of Numbers 1920
    • Isidore Kozminsky Numbers: Their Meaning & Magic 1912
    • Alejandro Jodorowsky The Way Of Tarot 2009
    • S. L. MacGregor Mathers The Tarot 1888
    • Juliet Sharman-Burke & Liz Greene The Mythic Tarot 1989
    • P. D. Ouspensky The Symbolism of the Tarot 1976
    • James A. Eshelman 776 ½ Tables of Correspondences for Practical Ceremonial 2010
    • David Allen Hulse The Truth About Modern Numerology 1993
    • Also Chinese Astrology, Greek isopsephy, Hebrew-Hermetic Qabalism
    • The Gematria of Nothing which utilizes negative integers for half of the letters of the alphabet thus pairs of numbers are formed which immediately draw to mind the duality inherent to, and signifigance of each numeric sequence of lexic arrangements that correspond to it. Creating as new dual sexuality to numbers.

 

 

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