February 18, 2005

AQ Exalted

Among the gematria masterpieces of all time (thanks clytemnestra):



PS. Clytemnestra has a secret too, but it doesn't make anything like as much sense ...

Posted by Nick Land at February 18, 2005 07:11 AM




typically, 'clytemnestra' goes completely berserk on the newly discovered current-263 (Nyarlathotep anyone?)
[her comment #57 on Gog Magog thread below]

Posted by: nick at February 18, 2005 07:16 AM



Yes, our HODOLOGY DIVISION in DE(GERMANY) has been studying CURRENT-263 quite intensely. Extremely CHTHONIAN research with an incredible GTVN EMBED. Before I continue, if I may? Thank you. I'd like to INSULATE the delicate ears of any S*** I***S listening. Our preliminary findings concerning CURRENT-263 PIONEERS the ULTIMATE PURPOSE of the BOLESKINE SORCERER. The OCTENARY ORIFLAMME of the RED CROSS--its IMMORTAL INVOKING MIMNESIS of the HOLINESS of that great beastie LEVIATHAN & his EVIL ONES. The BOLESKINE SOLDIERS ability to successfully utilize SEX MAGICK & repeatedly hit the BULLSEYE is, we feel, a critical component to visibly erect to excitation the very SKELETON of the TEN AND ONE -EMANATION- of the YULETIDE ASTERION TELETARCH. Things are going extremely well & we couldn't be more excited.

Posted by: clytemnestra at February 18, 2005 07:45 AM



clytemnestra - that's cunning. Best of all IMHO is the ensuing:
CURRENT-173 = 173 (was aiming to do something on slippery beast Leviathan soon anyway)

Posted by: nick at February 18, 2005 08:03 AM



nick - CURRENT-173 = 173, extremely fruitful! As for 263, once you consider Heb 263 = GEMATRIA (GMTRYA) & Heb SUM(1 to 31) = LEVIATHAN what can you say? you are aware of the CURRENT-31 and its WEST-JAY axis?

Posted by: clytemnestra at February 18, 2005 08:17 AM



clytemnestra - (lazy i know but) could you unpack this: "Heb SUM(1 to 31) = LEVIATHAN" a little?

Posted by: nick at February 18, 2005 08:30 AM



nick - "unpack this: Heb SUM(1 to 31) = LEVIATHAN" - my pleasure.

1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 + 11 + 12 + 13 + 14 + 15 + 16 + 17
+ 18 + 19 + 20 + 21 + 22 + 23 + 24 + 25 + 26 + 27 + 28 + 29 + 30 + 31 = 496

Crowley: Leviathan LVYThN, Malkuth MLKVTh, A small bundle TzRVR

Posted by: clytemnestra at February 18, 2005 08:40 AM




Malkuth: originally from proto-Aramaic, later Malakoot (malakut): world in relation to the sun or infinite fire; Malakut and Moloch (see 'Five Billion Years of Hell Engineering') both from one genetic strain.


Is there any possibility to have an exclusive version of the 'pandemonium matrix' (or even the same version) here at hyperstition?

Posted by: R at February 18, 2005 10:25 AM



R - Vysparov's version of the Pandemonium Matrix has a number of technical errors, so an exclusive version would make sense - i'll try and get the whole of Ccru Shanghai mobilized (probably a corrected Vysparov version rather than anything more ambitious makes most sense right now)

Posted by: nick at February 18, 2005 11:14 AM



nick, check your email again.

Posted by: R at February 18, 2005 12:04 PM



"CURRENT-173 = 173"

ASTERION - ah. thought i remembered seeing this. figured out how to use 32 compass points (called "boxing the compass") with 32 paths on zodiac wheel. wanted to figure out which star/path was assigned to atu vii chariot. using frater achad's restored tree, ASTERION is one of 7 fixed stars on path 28: PATH 28: NATURAL INTELLIGENCE–The TWENTY-EIGHTH Path from Netzach to Yesod = The Chariot - CANCER.


ZOSMA (ENE ~ 11Vi23) 70º FROM YILDUN @ PATH 28
COXA (ENE ~ 13Vi29) 72º FROM YILDUN @ PATH 28
MIZAR (ENE ~ 15Vi46) 74º FROM YILDUN @ PATH 28
ALCOR (ENE ~ 15Vi57) 74º FROM YILDUN @ PATH 28

Posted by: northanger at February 18, 2005 02:51 PM




Posted by: Tachi at February 18, 2005 05:34 PM



Tachi - hey, you're good at this ;)

Posted by: nick at February 19, 2005 12:03 AM



nick - "k-p chained her up in a basement" - (this post appeared "downstairs") - k-p didn't chain me up in THE basement, he'd already left by then. but, i do remember you, reza, undercurrent, bloot, tachi, etal. the original chain gang.

Posted by: northanger at February 19, 2005 12:41 AM




>>> k-p didn't chain me up in THE basement, he'd already left by then. but, i do remember you, reza, undercurrent, bloot, tachi, etal. the original chain gang.

Thanks, that sounds like a twisted compliment, i'm pleased. :)

Posted by: R at February 19, 2005 03:53 AM



R - ack! argh. :|

Posted by: northanger at February 19, 2005 04:10 AM




btw, check 'Avesta Archive' (via hyperstition's del.icio.us feed): the Z-crowd, Vendidad, Kaveh, etc. the best site on the zoroastrian germ-cell of monotheism.

Posted by: R at February 19, 2005 04:33 AM



also don't forget iranica, (although it's not the whole encyclopedia).

Posted by: R at February 19, 2005 04:39 AM



reza - excellent job there on hyperstition's del.icio.us feed. wonderful resources. thanx. still want my flag paper tho.

Posted by: northanger at February 19, 2005 09:32 AM



(way off topic) I thought N+R would appreciate a neologism from Nathan Barley episode 2 : "Axis of Diesel", LOL!

Posted by: u/c at February 19, 2005 05:27 PM



Nathan Barley is a cunt. imho.

Posted by: northanger at February 19, 2005 10:07 PM



don't know about nathan barley, but BUDDHA certainly is a CUNT (94).

Posted by: Tachi at February 20, 2005 02:31 AM



so does ANGLO and DIGIT, but nick has a headache already and i was trying to be kind. (hahahahahaha)

Posted by: northanger at February 20, 2005 03:10 AM



94 TX:

'Sleazy squid-sex writer' Mary Karno (post coming (i'm competing with the Reza unfulfilled promises list)) considered this nummogram an abstract image of the 'Vulvoplexive Gates of Tiamat'

[No stable ordering convention existent (or necessary (??)) for TX yet - post on this 'imminent']

Posted by: nick at February 20, 2005 06:51 AM




>>> 'Sleazy squid-sex writer' Mary Karno (post coming (i'm competing with the Reza unfulfilled promises list)) considered this nummogram an abstract image of the 'Vulvoplexive Gates of Tiamat'

LOL ... then you are already the winner ;) ... my apologies for the silence; I’m really under heavy pressure here; knee recovery is progressing slowly, should write more than 8 papers and there is a software we are designing for tracing the phonetic combinations of any near / middle eastern language to its elemental constitutive sounds (I think it’s also a great hyperstitional tool). But I am working on a few long posts for hyperstition.

>>> 'Vulvoplexive Gates of Tiamat'

Could you please stop teasing?

By the way, this is a good opportunity to remind you of the Hyperstition’s index while your hotmail account is down. Did you find the proper categories for the articles I listed? If you give me the proper tags I can finish the sub-grouping project this week.

btw, didn't you promise to write a more decoded essay on tic-xenotation?

Posted by: R at February 20, 2005 07:18 AM



R - hotmail hassles have disrupted anything that involves getting information from emails - hoping it won't last long (this sort of hotmail crap has happened before and it just stopped at some point)

Post touching on TX in the works, with more foggy stuff mist-crawling on the horizon ...

Best luck with the knee and the language software ...

PS. will try and move forward on the image front

Posted by: nick at February 20, 2005 07:27 AM



been totally messing up this simple TX formula (corrected it twice invisibly through 'magical' behind the board powers)

'Standard' TX 94 = :((:)((:))) - not anything like as pornographic

Posted by: nick at February 20, 2005 07:53 AM



nick - ((:)((:)))+(((:))(:)) -- oh, you must tell us what this is then.

Posted by: northanger at February 20, 2005 07:58 AM



is it just me or is there some sort of C-word semiovirus stalking the blogs recently....most vulgar.

nick, if you're taking requests I would like a thorough discussion/explanation of Mechanomics, LOL! Seriously perhaps a discussion of 'intensive number' (as in D&R) could be weaved in?

Posted by: u/c at February 20, 2005 10:15 AM



also, badiou's next chapter in Num&Num truly astonishingly bizarre (surreal numbers, etc) - will try to gloss it soon.

Posted by: u/c at February 20, 2005 10:16 AM



reza - phonetic mulching software sounds amazing! do we get an online version?

Posted by: uc at February 20, 2005 10:18 AM



northanger - addition isn't a standard operation in TX, so i guess
is just Karno being sloppy (and vulgar)

u/c - Mechanomics is going back a bit - i'll see what can be dredged up from the depths (just don't expect me to match your output levels or technical agility)

Posted by: nick at February 20, 2005 01:09 PM



u/c + Nick,

>>> reza - phonetic mulching software sounds amazing! do we get an online version?

i hope so ... there are technical obstacles: interfaces are in Farsi plus nearly 17 foreign fonts should be installed (users should be familiar with these alphabets including Aramaic, Hebrew, Pahlavanic, Farsi, Gojarati, Avestan, Khotanese, Sogdian, Hebrew, etc.); but i think there are solutions for these problems.

Let me oversimplify the core mechanism of this software: For example I used the original word ‘Jeh’ in Pahlavi as the input, the word cannot be pronounced or properly written in English (some kind of problem similar to Qaf-complex I discussed before); the application analyzed the phonetic structure of the word and disintegrated it into its most basic phonemes; the phonetic units are numerically coded and are processed according to the stored data and the phonologic / linguistic rules according to which a word is derived from its germ-cell in another language (i.e. inter-lingual rules among near / middle eastern languages). Now, the word’s phonetic structure cannot only be traced to its original combination but also its genetic potential for giving rise to new words in other near / middle eastern can be explored (i.e. possible derivatives that the word may breed if it enters in another related / interconnect language, for example from Avestan to Pahlavi to Arabic to Farsi to Arabic and again to Farsi). The software can also chart the results according to the universal phonetic codes, that means it is useful to get the most accurate form of the original near / middle eastern word in English language; however, this doesn’t work in all cases.

Now, you guess what: the correct form of the word Jeh or Jahi in English is djahi (after being phonetically mapped), the phonetic structure of the word djahi if directly comes into Farsi is reduced and simplified to the word Jay.

Jay = 63 = OIL :: djahi = 77 = Jihad :: Jindeh (another form of djahi) = 104 = Napht (Arabic / Farsi word for OIL) :: Jended = 100 = NO GOD = Dust

Of course, I have already discovered this transformation: see the Abysmal Nummificator

(Nick, I’ll write a full post on the discoveries about the name Jay, seems the writer of these shabnamehs who has named herself Jay has a vast knowledge of ancient languages – esp. after exploring a couple of references to the name Yatu)

However, the costs are rising and we are all out of pocket; the software is still full of technical holes especially in the linguistic part, we hope to attract more interested people who love to work for free but sadly there is no one interested in this complicated project :(

Posted by: R at February 20, 2005 01:26 PM




" I built for the a mysterious house in the land of Zahi (dj - h) like the horizon of heaven which is in the sky, (named ); ' The-House-of-Ramses-Ruler -of-Heliopolis,-L.P.H., -in-PEKANAN as the property of thy name. I fashioned thy great statue resting in the midst of it (named) 'Amon-of-Ramses-Ruler-of-Heliopolis,-L.P.H. ' The Asiatics of Retenu (Rtnw) came to it, bearing their tribute before it, for it was divine." Harris Papyrus Pl. 9. Breasted: Ancient Records of Egypt, Vol. 4. p. 123 #219.

Tutankhamen's Restoration Stele
If [the army was] sent to Djahi [2] to extend the frontiers of Egypt, no success of theirs came at all.

[2] Djahi: region in Canaan, possibly in the Judean hills.

The Report of Wenemdiamun
His Majesty, having received the command of the god, equipped his soldiers with weapons and sent them forth to strengthen the boundaries of the two lands. He took all the picked men of Egypt, he established them in the garrisons of the land of Djahi, and he placed warships manned with the bravest crews upon the river mouths. Because I was an effective scribe, my reputation reached His Majesty, and he commanded me to go forth to oversee the troops who were taking the prisoners of the northern lands. He sent me to the frontiers of Djahi, and I happily went to do service for the Good God. I arrived in Djahi after a journey of many days, and settled in a camp by the river mouths. I brought with me a company of picked soldiers, and the men prepared to defend the borders of Egypt.


The Military Man in Ancient Egypt

The Evolution of Warfare
Traveling along with the army were scribes, who appeared to have low regard for the professional soldier. Their writings characterized the profession in very unflattering terms as they warned their students not to consider a career in the army. The Instructions of Scribe Wenemdiamun speaks of the "woes of the soldier",

Posted by: northanger at February 20, 2005 02:12 PM



everyone, I need some help...I tried to run the glossolalary through the complearn (onto-rhizome-building) software but it crashed it - too much data. it seems that the most you can have is around 150-200 'objects'. So could those with gematrial knowledge tell me which 'currents' would be best investigated (bearing in mind that choosing any single 1-digit number will give up to 200 entries, it's better to choose a few 2- or 3-digit numbers that intersect interestingly).

Posted by: u/c at February 20, 2005 03:01 PM



uc, i think these are the high hyperstition pingers: 63, 86, 93, 111, 418, 777.

Posted by: northanger at February 20, 2005 03:16 PM



>>> uc, i think these are the high hyperstition pingers: 63, 86, 93, 111, 418, 777.

+ 89, 92, 96, (and 100?)

Posted by: R at February 20, 2005 03:46 PM




You know what jay/jahi/jahica/jeh/jendeh/djahi means; don't you? you can trace the cult of djahi (Kakhuzhit/Kakhurit) back to the Z.crowd.

Posted by: R at February 20, 2005 03:54 PM



[apologies for mad professor mode] Set (63,86,93,111,418,777, 89, 92, 100) gives 80 AQ results, we can probably add a few more...

Posted by: u/c at February 20, 2005 05:02 PM




Posted by: northanger at February 20, 2005 06:45 PM



The set mentioned above is running now, I'll see whether the resulting "non-rooted tree" looks interesting then run the rest.

Posted by: u/c at February 20, 2005 08:33 PM



I'd add 69, 83 and 84 for starters, but guess i've missed the train ...

Posted by: nick at February 21, 2005 01:11 AM



bear in mind all this excitement may be for nothing. I'll have the first result today (after processing for 2 days) and it might just be a total mess...

Posted by: u/c at February 21, 2005 11:07 AM



why doesn't anyone want to face the fact that MONOTHEISM and NMA SORECERY have something rather significant in common?

Posted by: Tachi at February 21, 2005 11:11 AM




Posted by: northanger at February 21, 2005 11:46 AM



yall trying to parallel the genome project with one for languages and tonguetwisters???????

Here are some relevant deviations:

from soulinvitation.com/bleepimplodes/

By NOT understanding or teaching this physics - that the inside MUST be in phase ( and ultimately FRACTAL ) to what is OUTSIDE - the film merely invites a kind of schizophrenia about - what is more real - my dreams or my day. In this state - the dreamer- wakes up thinking he/she has come out of dreaming - only to go into a deeper dream. If physics is to get out of this dream- the WAY charge is attracted to the inner 'holographic brain' will HAVE to be understood as implosive fractal attraction ( bliss / creativity - biofeedback MEASUREs this).

This point alone could have started to redeem the pathetic 'blind leading the blind' science of consciousness in the film. We described how origin of alphabets create this phase discipline by making symbol structures (alphabet letters) MAPS or indices to phase discipline (donut wave tilt angles) . - ref: http://spirals.eternite.com , and more recently at KnotSlipping - soulinvitation.com/knotslipping

Notice the similarity between the above vs. - the article exerpts on the bottom here - (thanks to Paul Ramirez - phinuic@gmail.com for bringing these articles to our attention). 
Physics really does agree that DNA is literally built with the snytax of letters. We are reminded of the classic book: "Grammatical Man:Information, Entropy, Language and Life" by Jeremy Campbell - postulating that the high signal to noise information carrying capacity of DNA - is due to CONTEXT DEPENDANCY - which in turn - TURNS - out to be a simplified name for BRAIDING!@

Next we turn back to the What the Bleep film. Paul R. (above) kindly forwarded the correspondance with Stuart Hameroff (his letter below) - who appeared in the film, and we have known for some time. My simplified understanding of Stuart's work centers around the sub-cellular MICROTUBULE as a mechanism of consciousness. (as in his letter) . Speaking of WAVE GUIDES for the miraculous!
(The images in this pic are from the biophysics literature - the text / concept is from Dan Winter - not from Stuart! 
- more on the biophysics of microwave guide and humans affecting their environment / steering tornadoes with their radiance - at soulinvitation.com/dowsing )

Daniel links to an outfit in India:

Spiritual Science: DNA is influenced by words and frequencies - http://www.experiencefestival.com/a/Spirituality_and_Science/id/4161
By Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf

Russian DNA Discoveries

When hypercommunication occurs, one can observe in the DNA as well as in the human being special phenomena. The Russian scientists irradiated DNA samples with laser light. On screen a typical wave pattern was formed. When they removed the DNA sample, the wave pattern did not disappear, it remained. Many control experiments showed that the pattern still came from the removed sample, whose energy field apparently remained by itself. This effect is now called phantom DNA effect." end exerpt

Genetic Enlightenment: Spontaneous Genetic Enlightenment

Posted by: piet at February 21, 2005 12:09 PM



221 = 13 x 17
Don't get it - except notion of a composite numeration for monotheism is quite amusing.
At least it DRs to 5 (number of CONJURATION and DELUSIONISM (both troubling for the damned no. 14s clogging this site and WASTING TIME (or is it TEMPLEXITY?))).
As to NMA SORCERY - cook up! (No such thing.) Try and get a Tak Nma Shaman and a Mu Nma Nago in the same tent, let alone on the same sorcerous page.
Try (Mu) DREAM SORCERY = 252 = ::(:)(:)(::), or Lemurian TIME SORCERY = OUTSIDENESS
PS. and at least 239 is a prime number (::(:(:)))


Posted by: nick at February 21, 2005 12:12 PM



nick - lol, you mean the egg salad sandwhich part or the four-eighteen?

i'm in process flattening meaning: monotheism, atheism, agnosticism, gnosticism, etc., - establishing DR-type framework to evaluate endtime strategies. just decode words & get to root meaning. sorta like what reza's working on.

DR language frame inquires: what is a "mono" endtime strategy? gotta strip off encrusted meaning. mono strategies are not necessarily, in this structure, defined by one-god-only markup--even though that may be a requirement. *monatomic* related to ORMEs + piet's quote: " the inside MUST be in phase ( and ultimately FRACTAL ) to what is OUTSIDE" is certainly a mono characteristic = phase must be ONE.

ie, mono-
1. One; single; alone: monomorphic. 2. Containing a single atom, radical, or group: monobasic. 3. Monomolecular; monatomic: monolayer.
ETYMOLOGY: Middle English, from Old French, from Latin, from Greek, from monos, single, alone. See men-4 in Appendix I.

DEFINITION: Small, isolated. 1. manometer, from Greek manos, rare, sparse. 2. Suffixed o-grade form *mon-wo-. monad, monastery, monk, mono-; pseudomonad, from Greek monos, alone, single, sole. 3. Possibly also suffixed form *men-i-, a small fish. minnow, from Middle English meneu, a small fish, from a source akin to Old English myne, mynwe, minnow.

I. The Monad - The Aces (plus four monad types: inspiration, idea, longing, ambitioin)

Active Monad: The first principle is the Monad or Unit. It is the self-generating principle, the self-generated generator of everything else.

Passive Monad: The Monad contains everything potentially, Protean. It is prima materia (first matter), an undifferentiated unity, an unstructured wholeness, the seed of all. The Monad corresponds to the first stage of many cosmologies, the Primeval Waters, the Confused Mass (Massa confusa), Chaos, Tiamat, etc. The Sun. Both odd and even, male and female, matter and form.

Posted by: northanger at February 21, 2005 12:59 PM



William Buehler - http://www.zayra.de/soulcom/buehler/

Antarion Conversion in Lindisfarne Image

ElDorado & The Re-Penting of America: Pictorial Map to America's Geomantic Global Role

Liberty Bell Rings Again, as Genes Sing of the Grail.. The Archeo-Geometry of America's Spiritual Destiny

so here you have dan winter, vincent bridges, william buehler - what are their endtime (using term loosely) strategies? how do they converge / diverge with other "mono" (or whatever) ideas?

Posted by: northanger at February 21, 2005 01:30 PM



singularly sumptious people, each and all with the luxury to branch out and diverge wildgrowthicket fashion .. . .quickly gaining momentum and running high risks of explaint - splatter - paintletter themselves into a corner, the loneliness and (indeed mono(*)itic sterility of such and all outlandish constructs compels them to circle through growing libraries or even crisscross the entire globe again and again in order to compensate; thus the fates of a too small and those of a too large repertoire meet. Ultimately not sustainable like good bread, desirable again and again. Daniel has managed to keep coming up for air out of the seas of occultims, put his goggles on and the mind boggles.

Posted by: piet at February 21, 2005 01:57 PM



piet, sure you haven't mispelled your name, with an eye instead of an oh?

Posted by: Tachi at February 21, 2005 03:59 PM



why tachi, don't you care for pietry?

Posted by: piet at February 21, 2005 04:34 PM



re proposed onto-rootless-tree : firstly, after 48 hours, it crashed - so I tried running nick's selection (69,83,84). Unfortunately the software has no way of dealing with identical nodes, so it just strings them out in an deceptive and unattractive way...so in conclusion...still looking for an interesting way to visualise this mulch.

Posted by: u/c at February 22, 2005 01:09 PM



Check out wordcount.org (also QueryCount).

Posted by: sagittare at February 23, 2005 01:24 AM



u/c - (Times like this you wish there was an Undo button.) Wordcount.org was meant for you - might be a way to "visualize this mulch".

Posted by: sagittare at February 23, 2005 01:41 AM



hey this is really cool (especially http://www.number27.org/projects/wordcount/conspiracy.html for the conspiracy-theorists among us).

The trouble with the nummificator mulched data is in presenting it in such a way as it's not simply a diagram of digital reduction vectors, with words stuck onto them.
This is just a simple frequency index so I'm not sure it helps, but it is pretty fascinating....

Posted by: u/c at February 23, 2005 01:01 PM




This is superb ... thank you!

Posted by: Reza at February 23, 2005 03:03 PM



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