Number of 666

November 19, 2010

Anecdotes and various facts relating to myth 666

In Canada, the telephone number of the Supreme Court is (613) 996-8666. In addition, the numerical root of this number generates the number of the Beast:

(613) 996-8666 ⇒ 6 + 1 + 3 + 9 + 9 + 6 + 8 + 6 + 6 + 6 = 60 ⇒ 6 + 0 = 6.

Moreover, in the numerology on basis of Upper-Case ASCII Codes, “La Cour Suprême” [“The Supreme Court” in French] is worth 999, whereas the English expression “Canada’s Supreme Court” respectively has alphanumeric values of 888, 1776 [(3/8)x1776=666; (9/16)x1776=999] and 2664 [(1/4)x2664=666; (3/8)x2664=999], in the reversed modes of numerical encoding on basis 3, 6 and 9. Let us note here that in the numerical coding on basis 6, “COUR D’APPEL” [“COURT Of APPEAL” in French] is worth 666.

In addition, the Supreme Court of Canada adopted the tradition to communicate its judgments on the Thursdays. However, this day of the week has numeric codes which generate isomorphous triples 666, 777 and 999. Thus, in the reversed numerology on basis 9, “The Thursday” is worth 1332 [1332÷2=666; (3/4)x1332=999], whereas “Thursdays” has an alphanumeric value of 999, as well in the reversed mode of coding basis on Lower-Case ASCII codes as in reversed numerology basis 100. In the direct numerical encoding on basis 100, like in the reversed numerology based on Lower-Case ASCII codes, “Un jeudi” [“A Thursday” in French] is worth 777. Let us note here that in these two last numerologies, the alphanumeric code of “Monday” (Monday in English, literally “day of the Moon“) is 666, whereas “Samedi” [“Saturday” in French, day of the Jewish Sabbath] is worth also 666 in the system of reversed coding on basis 6.

The telephone number which president Nixon used to join the cosmonauts (of which Neil Armstrong, first man to walk on the moon), during the lunar landing of Apollo (on July 20, 1969), was 6666666.

October (term of the summer …) would be one malefic month which gave place to several historical crises or strange events:



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