Gematria: (n.) the practice of using alphanumeric codes to convey symbolic messages through the assigning of numerical values to letters.

  • originated over 4,000 years ago in Sumeria and Babylon
  • studied by Greek philosopher Pythagoras
  • remains a major theme in the spiritual practice known as Kabbalah
  • a symbolic language found in literature and other works of art
  • often abused by governments, big business and mass media for subliminal persuasion


Here’s the link to The Deep Zone’s original blog

The Gematria Code of Samuel Johnson’s “A Dictionary of the English Language” and the Google Doodle Commemorating His 308th Birthday.

Since we now know that Johnson’s A Dictionary of the English Language of 1755 was most likely written and published “by the numbers,” now’s a good time to take a closer look at some other matters concerning Dr. Johnson and the influence he’s had on the English language. The effect of Johnson’s dictionary was monumental in the development of the English language, and fittingly enough, Google recognized this through commemorating Johnson’s contribution with his own …

Reader Contribution: Poet William Blake, Gematria and Numerology

After I posted the last installment on the 777-Code of Saturn’s Cube Series, Warren Kembel, a Twitter follower of The Deep Zone made the following observations. What we’re finding out that gematria has been around for a long time, and the Romantics like Blake and Walter Scott, made it part of their art. Thanks to Warren for the new info, that we’ll be following up on soon. His post is below.

The Gematria of Dr. Johnson’s Dictionary

Gematria reveals that the structure and sequence of the modern Latin alphabet, along with standardized spelling in English was probably engineered behind the scenes according to known occult practices.  With gematria , numerology and some digging for facts often left out of official narratives, we come to understand the part of the story of how our 26-letter alphabet and, oftentimes, illogical spelling system came to be what it is today. It’s vast subject, to be …


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