NUMEROLOGICAL EXPOSITION OF

THE FOUR AZTEC WORLD-AGES

(CODEX VATICANUS 3738)

AGE DURATION RUNNING-SUM

1ST 4008=167*3*(2^3)

2ND 4010=401*5*2 8018=211*19*2

3RD 4804=1201*(2^2) 12822=2137*3*2

4TH 5206=137*19*2 18028=4507*(2^2)

46 day-signs (total) appear on Codex Borgia, p. 73;

64 hexagrams appear in Yi Jin_ (Book of Changes),

64 Vina_yaka-s, 64 Tantra-s, 64 provinces in Japan

46th & 64th are each reversible primes

{46th prime is 199 its reverse 991 is also a prime, the 167th}

{64th prime is 311 its reverse 113 is also a prime, the 30th}

167 [1st world-age]

{401 deities reckoned by Yoruba} [2nd world-age]

167+30=197 197th prime is 1201 [3rd world-age]

167-30=137 [4th world-age]

167 is the 39th prime, 39 being the amount of days

passed in travelling by Eight Deer (Codex Nuttall);

39 miraculous powers of yogin-s (LLB, p. 126)

197 is the 45th prime, 45 man.d.ala-s (REBT, p. 178);

year in future kalpa will consist of 18 months of

45 days each, according to P'u-min_ pao-c^u:an,

cap. 36 (PV, p. 191); accounting for

the Maya and Kogi (Tairona) year of 18 months;

18 kalpa-s ruled by the current buddha, according to

the C^iu-lien pao-c^u:an, cap. 12 (PV, p. 162)

137 is the 33rd prime

33 kinds of land (Bundahis^ 11:1 SBE, Vol. V)

33 good works detailed in Mainyo^-i H_irad_ 37

(SBE, Vol. XXIV)

ANCIENT DAOIST PARALLELS TO

NEW TESTAMENT NUMEROLOGY

Codex Borgia, p. 71: 14 birds 14th prime is 43

43 kings of S`ambhala (TBS 1:1 52 to 181)

43 concealed treasures (REBT, p. 140) of one who

left marks of body, hands, feet in rock (REBT, p. 141)

43rd prime is 191 191st prime is 1153 its reverse

3511 being the 490th prime

490 years a divine immortal fasteth by the blue millet

(according to the Wu-fu Xu AETR, p. 63)

[490 forgivenesses in Mattthew 18:22 are of Daoist origin]

167 is 39th prime: the body hath 39 passages

(according to Xi-s`en_ Jin_ AETR, p. 50)

[39 stripes inflicted on body in 2nd Corinthians 11:24 are of Daoist origin]

QABBALISTIC NUMEROLOGY

10 Spi^ro^t + 23 [distinguishing S` from S^]

consonants {sum = ways of secret wisdom}

{5+5=}10 Tlaloc-s + {8+15=}23 accompanying day-signs

in Codex Borgia, pp. 27 and 28

10 "Caelestial Stems"; 23 daughters of

"West Queen Mother" Hsi Wang Mu, according to

T'ai-p'ing kuan_ c^i (CM, p. 177)

23 small seas according to Bundahis^ 13:6

ANCIENT PERUVIAN NUMEROLOGY

Nazca 2 textile in the Brooklyn Museum, having

3 rear views and 87 frontal views of figures, may be

a cypher for 387

300 minor and 86 major Tantra-s + 500 chapters

(constituting the 87th major Tantra?): TGS V.B.IV.a

Bha_rata-vars.a is 9 upa-vars.a-s + the islands of

Lan_ka/Tamra-parn.a (378 according to Geo_graphia,

book 7, chapter 4) = 387

Huari textile having 61 front-facing heads +

12 human figures, total 73

61 exemplars of ritual object in outer redemption,

for head of family, according to the Gzi-Brjid

(DDB, p. 84)

61 Heruka-s at navel cakra (LLB, p. 41); its reverse

16 Heruka-s at throat cakra

16 outcaste women in Hevajra Tantra

16th prime is 53 53 buddha-s in past majestic kalpa

according to C^iu-lien pao-c^u:an, cap. 23 (PV, p. 173);

its reverse 35 is number of buddha-s in present kalpa

of the worthies and saints; 35 dots on Bennett stela

18 & 21 dots on Bennett stela, Tiahuanaco

21 human burials at Akapana, Tiahuanaco, 18

of which lacked skulls

21 relics of deceased persons; 18 great concealed

treasures (REBT, p. 135)

21 abstract cores (according to Carlos Castan~eda);

in 21st nask, the Ha^d_oh_t, 21 chieftainships

of the spirits in Ahura Mazda (SBE, Vol. V, p. 225, fn. 8);

21 forms of Ta_ra_

48 dots on Bennett stela; 48 dots on Codex Laud 29 to 32;

48 koan-s in Mumonkan

27+14=41 ceque-s around Ccuzco [14=41 reversed]

41 is the 13th prime 13 thunderbolt-arrows

(LLB, p. 121), cf. those held by American bald eagle

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