2 thoughts on “Einstein another Mozart or Shakespeare?

  1. Tom Dalpra

    ”Albert = 1+3+2+5+9+2 = 22
    Einstein = 5+9+5+1+2+5+9+5 = 41
    Einstein has the numerology of a ‘king’.
    King = 11+9+14+7 = 41”

    Here we see Einstein worked out by one method and then King worked out with another.
    Are we to assume that these systems are interchangeable?
    I make King =32 11+9+5+7 by the system that makes Einstein 41

    Personal musing:

    Queen comes out at 26 (8+3+5+5+5) using this method, This is also the method which makes man =10 and satan =10 and Jesus = 11

    Quirkily perhaps 26 and 32 sit astride the ZERO on a roulette wheel. The numbers on a roulette board add up to 666 if added up,


    ”The first form of roulette was devised in 17th century France, by the mathematician Blaise Pascal, who was supposedly inspired by his fascination with perpetual motion devices. The game has been played in its current form since as early as 1796 in Paris. In 1842, fellow Frenchmen François and Louis Blanc added the “0” to the roulette wheel in order to achieve a house advantage. In the early 1800s, roulette was brought into the U.S. where, to further increase house odds, a second zero, “00”, was introduced. (In some forms of early American roulette the double-zero was replaced by an American Eagle.)”

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