Tuesday, 9 February 2016

King James and Mary Tudor, the cat, the dog, the cog

1) New blog on the kid : King James and Mary Tudor, the cat, the dog, the cog, 2) Some of the Main Suspects, 3) So, am I a suspect, before I go on citing others?, 4) Assorted retorts from yahoo boards and elsewhere : ... on Hebrew Gematria for Harry - retort given and withdrawn

What is ASCII Code?

It is a code of octets (mainly) relating to either operation performed by computer receiving it or character (including space, new line, punctuation, numerals and ... letters, CAPITAL and lower case) which is really in 1:s and 0:s. But these being used as binary numbers imply they have numeric values as well.

A = 0100 0001 ... let's be precise, shall we, first A, B, C, then lower case a:

A B C a 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1 0 64 0 64 0 64 0 64 1 64 01 1 64 02 1 64 02 1 64 32 0 65 0 66 0 01 1 32 01 0 0 0 67 0 97 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

How does it work out for KINGJAMES?

 K 75 70 5 620 I 73 140 8 045 N 78 210 16 665 G 71 280 17 J 74 350 21 A 65 410 26 M 77 480 33 E 69 540 42 S 83 620 45

(KINGJAMES)=(665)

Some would consider that adding "the first" might make it 666, but this is post n° 665, so let's stay here for a bit. Cats and dogs are very common beasts, aren't they?

 t 84 32 80 4 224 (=7*32) h 72 32 150 6 410 e 69 32 210 15 031 32 665 c 67 32 270 22 the cat a 65 32 330 27 = t 84 32 410 31 665

There is another value which also is "neighbour of the beast", namely 667.

 t 84 32 80 4 224 (=7*32) h 72 32 150 6 410 e 69 32 210 15 033 32 667 d 68 32 270 23 the dog o 79 32 340 32 = g 71 32 410 33 667

Can the latter help you a bit on what very common English noun gives the number given in textus receptus of Apocalypse 13:18?

Well, letter value for c is one less than letter value for d 67+32 instead of 68+32. So (the cog)=(666).

From which God may preserve us to participate in!

Either way, (C. FIORINA)=(665)=(the cat) and (BENCARSON)=(667)=(the dog). So, this presidential campaign has included two candidates with "neighbour of the beast" potential.

Back to King James ... he reminds me of his Catholic mother Mary Queen of Scots, though not Catholic himself, he had the misfortune to be taken away from his mother "for his own good" (or that of a Protestant vision of Scotland's), but that mother was namesake of another Mary, Mary Tudor.

February 1, 1554 – Mary I Speech at Guildhall Opposing Wyatt’s Rebellion
Posted on February 1, 2016 by Janet Wertman
http://janetwertman.com/2016/02/01/february-1-1554-mary-i-speech-at-guildhall-opposing-wyatts-rebellion/

That is what reminded me of King James.

Hans Georg Lundahl
Nanterre UL
Saint Cyril, Bishop and Doctor
9.II.2016