Symbols and numbers

I mentioned already that I’m working on a book, which hopefully will be published this year. The idea to write a book dealing with numerological pattern recognition unfolded in 2003. The actual writing and additional research started in 2004.

After I had written down the book’s content to about 90%, I decided to host a private web site on my own computer. And that was in November of 2005. I displayed excerpts from my not yet published book in English and in German. I also informed friends and family members of this site and asked them to give me feedback about my writing style and German translation. I informed only a few people of this private web site, but I had a valid URL address and anyone who knew of it could access this web site when my computer was connected to the Internet.

I received almost no feedback from my friends and family members. I had not asked for feedback about the content, only for my writing style and German translation. Not receiving any feedback was quite bewildering.

My youngest sisters wrote me at the end of 2005 that she had visited with her daughter the Mathematikum Museum in Giessen. She told me that her birthday could be found on a specific position in this infinite number.

After I had received her message I decided to check whether I could observe some kind of connection in regards to my numerological profile and numerological destiny number. Interestingly the number seven, which is my destiny number, showed up also here in a unique way, and I even noticed other connections to my numerological profile.

My primary destiny number derived from my birth name is 79, and my secondary destiny number derived from my married name is 88. These numbers appear on position 30-31 and 35-36 and they are only separated by number 502, which can be reduced to the single digit number value seven (5+2=7).

The first time the number seven appears in the number Pi is on position 14. Number 14 is the atomic weight for the chemical element nitrogen with proton number seven, and number 14 is my outer personality number.

The first time the number 79 appears is on position 14-15. When adding these numbers (14+15=29 and 2+9=11 and 1+1=2), I see here a connection to my birth date.

I’m born on August 21 (8+21=29 and 2+9=11 and 1+1=2). The number for the month and day of my birth date 821 appears the first time on position 102-104. When adding these numbers (102+103+104=309 and 3+0+9=12 and 1+2=3), I arrive at my invigoration number three, which is the single-digit number derived from the day I was born.

The total of my primary destiny number is 277 (2+7+7=16 and 1+6=7), which appears the first time on position 559-561. When adding these numbers (559+560+561=1680 and 1+6+8+0=15 and 1+5=6), they show a connecting link to my astrological chart. I have six planets in the seventh house.

Anyway, anyone who is interested in math knows that the number Pi is an infinite number starting with the numbers of Albert Einstein’s birthday 3.14 (March 14).

The symbol for the number Pi is π and this symbol is displayed here in Seattle as well as in Redmond. You’ll find this symbol as an art object on stairs leading to the Seattle Art Museum and in a Redmond City Park.


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