December 13, 2004

Hyperstition under numerologic surgery

A precious gift from northanger for Hyperstition, CCRU and Cold Me.

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Posted by Reza Negarestani at December 13, 2004 03:58 AM

 

 


On-topic:

reza negarestani and the brotherhood of nine ... wow, that sounds like a great compliment. as you know brotherhood of nine are the initiators of the Gog-Magog insurgency in Islamic Apocalyptic litrature; they should open the path for Dajjal or Zahak (ten-pests).

Abjad: reza = 1001; one of the mysterious numbers in Quran and Islamic Apocalyticism.

Negarestani has no ABJAD value; it's dysfunctional for any type of ABJAD because it contains the letter Gaaf (g) which is external to arabic alphabet. Negarestan, a legendary curtain or the flag of the falling persian empire, it was torn apart later and scattered across the country.

Posted by: Reza at December 13, 2004 05:20 AM

 

 

Thank you for your great compliment to *me*. Your writings (and others here) have affected me in ways I cannot begin to describe. (i was composing something to post here before you mentioned me...this blog is the first thing i check in the morning!)

Interesting about the number 9. GoN 9 = NINE-SORCERY, HYPER-C, K-GOTH, NET-SPAN, OMEN, VENOMENON, NEUROTIC RESENTMENTS, CULTURAL PRODUCTION, LEMURIAN HYPERSTITION. GoN -9 = EGO-STRUCTURES. Gon 14 = NINE, AQUASSASSIN, KUANGLO-SAXON, NMA, OLD ONES, PITCH, SECRET, SHADOW.

The Fellowship of the Ring had "Nine Walkers" to represent all the free races of Middle-earth and to balance the nine Ringwraiths (Nine Riders or NazgŻl), "Nine [rings] for Mortal Men doomed to die".

The relationship between HYPERSTITION (-10) and NUMOGRAM (10) is significant (suggesting some importance to anything within this range, especially zero). GoN -6 = TEN PESTS, MU, VIVI-6

Your mention of the flag made me do some research:

The Legend of Kaveh Ahangar (Kaveh the Blacksmith)
http://dooroodiran.blogspot.com/2004_06_06_dooroodiran_archive.html#108675292539180499
Kaveh Ahangar is perhaps a mythical figure who first appeared in Ferdousi's Shahnameh as the hero who rescued his people from the ruthless ruler in power at his time. Kaveh was such a man who stood up against the tyrant Zahak (known as snake-shouldered).

Flags of Persia
http://www.bibliothecapersica.com/articles/v10f1/v10f103a.html
By the 6th century a "national flag" had emerged, called [Derafś-e-Kaviani], which consisted of a heavily bejeweled purple background, a star (akÚtar) as the emblem, and red, golden, and purple streamers ... Because of the emblem, it was also frequently called the [AkÚtar-e-Kaviani] ... emphasizing its symbolic meaning, since the term akÚtar signified both "star" and "fortune." Its national significance was such that a Turanian hero could say: "It is that akÚtar wherein lies the strength of the Iranians ... and "If we seize that purple derafś," we have won the day ... Indeed the capture and destruction of this banner signaled the collapse of the Persian empire.

Posted by: northanger at December 13, 2004 09:00 AM

 

 

Thanks again for all the great numerologic works and kind words. i'll get back to you soon about the flag and Kaveh. best, reza

Posted by: Reza at December 14, 2004 03:41 AM

 

 

Northanger,

BTW, nick is preparing a full post on the numogram ... looking forward to your contribution.

Posted by: Reza at December 14, 2004 03:43 AM

 

 

In case you've forgotten the time when anything involving northanger had less than 100 comments ;)

Posted by: nick at December 25, 2004 12:35 PM

 

 

:oĢ

Posted by: northanger at December 27, 2004 05:09 AM

 

 

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