

the_significance_of_nine


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Perfect number, returns to itself numerologically in all its products 9x2=18 , from 18 1+8=9 9x3=27 , from 27 2+7=9 and so on and so forth

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p2

this is true of any number that is 1 less than the base ex. in hexadecimal F x 123 = 110D 1 + 1 + 0 + D = F in binary 1 * 101101 = 101101 1 + 0 + 1 + 1 + 0 + 1 = 100 1 + 0 + 0 = 1

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satan satan satan

my only problem with that is that hell is analog gives damnation that warmer, fatter sound

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mippy moo moo

a very good friend of mine's favorite number is nine, the beatles have a song called number nine... uh. it is the german word for no... i have at three friends with birthdays in september, which is the ninth month (der)... uh thatsit

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andrew

the beatles song "revolution number nine" goes as follows: Number Nine Number Nine Number Nine Number Nine Number Nine Number Nine for like five minutes. but its still really cool. john lennon had a song from his solo career "#9 dream"... let's see. nine is extremely significant in norse mythology. about 75% of the time a number appears in norse myth, it's nine. (its nein, in german, by the by). its a perfect sqaure. one of two that are one digit. the other is four, a more significant number than nine, but thats a tale for a different day...

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