# Would you consider that a mathematical code can be deeply effective ?

 Using the table of correspondence based on the kabbala and the hebrew alphabet...a=1, b=2, c=20, d=4 etc. the phrase "i am happy" for example can be coded as 290. All life forms as we know them emerge out of timeless geometric codes (sacred geometry)... mathematics is closer to the original creative force than our alphabet based languages...music which reaches deep into our souls is first and foremost a phenomena of nature, a result of the principles of physics and mathematics. If i say "i love you", everyone who understands english knows what i'm saying...if i say to you 307, does this have a profound effect on you even though you may feel nothing? In other words, can an idea expressed in numerical form, create a deep effect, does a number code contain more information than just the value of the individual digits? asked 24 Aug '11, 06:01 blubird two (suspended) +1 for originality!>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> (24 Aug '11, 11:44) Jaianniah 1 @blubird two - a symbol, in this case a mathematical code, is "something that represents something else by association, resemblance or convention, especially a material object used to represent something invisible." In other words whatever code you believe in, will produce the corresponding vibration within you of what that code means to you ... (28 Jan '14, 00:56) jaz showing 0 of 2 show 2 more comments

 6 If you are looking for correspondences between mathematics and language (I consider music to be a form of language also), you might like to check out the work of Stan Tenen and The Meru Foundation. He has basically discovered that the structure of matter (and thereby mathematics also, you could say) is actually encoded into the shapes of the letters of the Hebrew alphabet. In constructing Hebrew words then, one is actually expressing principles of Sacred Geometry in written and spoken form. It puts a new slant on that best-selling book known as "The Bible", which I believe was originally written a few years back in Hebrew. According to Mr Tenen, the symbol pictured below is the key sacred geometrical shape underlying the Hebrew language. I've had suspicions for a long time (independent of Mr Tenen's work) that all language is ultimately mathematically based - or rather sacred-geometrically-based - and that we've just grown so used to the superficial agreed-upon meanings of words that we have forgotten from where they originated. It has long been known by ancient mystics that certain vowel sounds intoned at particular frequencies activate certain vibrational centers within the human body. In speaking certain words like, say, Ra-Ma (with long drawn out vowels), you are actually stimulating vibrational energy within yourself (Ra) and then harmonizing it within yourself (Ma) Or, ever noticed in English, how so many women's names end with a vowel sound (Anna, Roberta etc) while so many men's names end with hard consonants (Roger, Philip etc)...representative of the "hard" masculine vs "soft" feminity polarity i.e. the underlying duality of all creation in this universe. I think many of the original holy songs, hymns etc were actually expressions of sacred geometrical concepts in language form but, over many millennia, the original meanings have been lost and we are left with the words without knowing what the words were originally symbolical of. It's hardly surprising then that we get multiple dogmatic interpretations of passages in "holy books" because the original methods of interpretation of them that the ancient mystics used has been lost. Phrases that were originally representative of Universal Principles get twisted into, for example, how you should treat your neighbour's dog, or whatever :) So does saying something like 307 have a profound effect upon you? Quite possibly, but exactly what effect it has may have been long lost in the mists of time. answered 26 Aug '11, 11:15 Stingray 93.7k●22●138●372 @you have some very interesting points...ultimately there is no proof of anything. When i select my winning numbers for horse races using a pendulum, there is no proof or guarantee of anything, only practical experience and unadulterated results based on reality counts. The same is probably true here; a text destined for a manifestation box experiment 1, transformed into a four or five digit number would be a good test. (26 Aug '11, 11:34) blubird two
 5 If your question is simply, can we train ourselves to have an emotional reaction to the number 307 the same as if we heard the words, "I love you," then yes. Like Pavlov's dogs learned to drool at the sound of a bell. That is called conditioning. You could condition someone to respond to 307 the same as they would if they hear the words, "I love you." answered 26 Aug '11, 11:57 Fairy Princess (suspended) @Fairy Princess-The basic idea here is to express a desire in a form that cannot be analysed by conscious thought, as in music, color...servranx often use geometric forms based on the golden ratio...when putting manifestation energy into motion, the thought intention is built into the physical representation, in this case it is present in the numerical code, however this thought energy remains unperceivable. (26 Aug '11, 13:02) blubird two I am a numbers person, but, you can get the same number by many different combinations, so the method you describe would not work to have any concrete meaning to each number. Aloha (26 Aug '11, 13:38) Fairy Princess @Fairy Princess-The table of correspondence proposed is based on the kabbala and hebrew alphabet...although it may be true that some phrases will reduce to the same number code, i can only repeat that the numbers will appear to be identical, the essential difference being in the unperceivable thought intention inherent in the number code. (26 Aug '11, 14:35) blubird two @Fairy Princess-it can be compared to magnetizing an object(in this case the number code) with a thought intention, or specific energy if you prefer. (26 Aug '11, 14:42) blubird two We respond to 9/11 and 911. Some people respond to 420 and 1337. My avatar has a number. So got to agree with you FP (26 Aug '11, 23:13) ursixx @ursixx-yes, 911 to a lot of people is associated with the sept 11 attacks, please forgive me for saying that 911 for some could be associated with porche 911-so there is also an emotional element attached to the number...this is the whole point of my question. (29 Aug '11, 04:07) blubird two showing 2 of 6 show 4 more comments
 3 Unfortunately, blubird, humans are a species wired from birth to speak words. It is who and what we are as a species. Children, especially, learn language fast and furious- their brains are wired to learn as many words as possible as fast as they can- even multiple languages at the same time. I was put into a pilot program in fourth grade to learn French. I ended up taking it all the way through college. To this day, I can recite the little first conversations I was taught way back when I was nine.There is a family in our church who has emigrated here (PA) from Haiti, and my French has come in handy in this case.But it is more than that. There are words that mean different things when we stress them differently as we speak. Just saying a number would hardly allow for this possibility.For example: I can say "i love you" and mean three different things, depending on how I say it."I love you.""I love you!""I love you!You see? Our speech does more than just communicate information. It also conveys rich meanings. Numbers and codes wouldn't work too well for everyday humans.Jai answered 24 Aug '11, 07:45 Jaianniah 37.8k●13●121●610 @Jaianniah-thanks for expressing how you feel about this :) (24 Aug '11, 09:51) blubird two It is an interesting question...I am sure the Army could use what you have come up with!Love,>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> (24 Aug '11, 11:23) Jaianniah @Jaianniah-perhaps a deep method of training for combat units. (26 Aug '11, 04:50) blubird two yes...i agree that your idea may have some uses...don't totally give up on it!>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> (27 Aug '11, 01:44) Jaianniah showing 2 of 4 show 2 more comments