The Sepher Yetzirah – Setting Number to Letter
As discussed in the article “The Sepher Yetzirah – A Pseudo-linguistic Treatise“, the Sepher Yetzirah clearly lays out that early Occultists were engaged in a study of the linguistic properties of language and how sounds and their accompanying letter representations demonstrate models of hardness and softness (voiced and unvoiced), contain in many cases multiple sounds, or are paired to form hard and soft variations of the same sound.
In this article, we will discuss the fusion of letter to number and how this was done within the English Alphabet.
Modern usage of Letters as Numbers often to do not incorporate the idea of sound, or phonetics, as being an integral component of the Alphabet. However, the Devanagari script of the Hindi indeed includes such a construction. When applied to Gematria, the Devanagari script assigns number to each syllable. Thus a consonant and its accompanying vowel receives a specific digit.
It is interesting to observe that ancient Indian Mathematicians preferred Devanagari alphabet to numerals in representing large numbers. They used a code language to represent the digits of the numbers. This, they did, not for secrecy but to facilitate memorizing. They encoded numbers in the form of sutras or verses which made them easy to be memorized even for small children. – source
This cipher is known as the “Aryabhata Code”
When applying this code to the A Hymn to Agni
As the Indian author Jain as revealed, Sanskrit is a multi-layered mathematical coding system.
As he explains it,
Similar to numerology, by ascribing the values of numbers to consonant letters as in A = 1, B = 2, C = 3, D = 4, but in Sanskrit, the Vedic Numerical Code was so sophisticated that it possessed 3 layers and therefore triple meanings.
It turns out that decimal form of the transcendental number:
Pi = 3.1415926535897932384626433832792 etc was hidden or codified in these following syllables, by chanting:
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