Numbers and alignments have always been something that I have dabbled in only because of what you find in the sequential coincidences that become meaningful synchronicities. I know that many people see numbers and alignments as new age fantasies and, in a lot of cases, I do agree because I tend to shy away from the new age mysticism in favor of things that are more hardcore and unbelievable.
What I mean is that as a talk show host and as a regular person, I have an interest in such matters and I often wonder why certain months of the year bring with them all sorts of high strangeness.
The other night, I was on the air and I was reading a story about the humility of the new pope. In the story, the author could not help himself but to resort to numbers and the significance of the number 13 in the big scheme. The author covered much of what we did when the Pope was elected and how there were many 13 synchronicities with the new pope. I found it more interesting than the prospect of the pope being the prophesied Petrus Romanus.
Now it is all academic and yet the date of 3/13/13 was still causing me some mental trouble because I was counting the days between that date and the date of Easter 3/31/13. What I came up with was 18 days which I determined was, of course, 6+6+6 and then the reduced number of 18 became 8+1=9 the number known as the end number, or according to Satanic Pope Anton Lavey of the Church of Satan, a satanic number to be reckoned with.
It is also interesting to note that the Romans would measure days in Kalends, Ides and Nones. None’s, of course, were ending days or day numbered 9 or 13. In some months it was 7 and 15.
The word “None” comes from the Latin “nona”, meaning ninth or the ninth hour. The hour Jesus Christ died on the cross. Incidentally, the time of his death was 3 P.M. His age at the time of death was 33.
3+3+3= 9- 333 is half of 666 the number of the beast or Devil.
Some see the Crucifixion as part of a satanic plot to kill Christ and to bring his reign to an end. However, according to the Bible, his body was renewed and gave us the promise of resurrection or restoration of that which is destroyed.
“None” once again means an end. “None” meaning absence. “None” being the end.
According to an ancient Greek and Roman custom, the day was, like the night, divided into four parts, each consisting of three hours. As the last hour of each division gave its name to the respective quarter of the day, the third division from 12 to about 3 was called the “None, nonus, nona, or ninth.”
This division of the day was also practiced among the Jews, from whom the Church borrowed it.
The Apostles were taught to pray three times a day times three.
Terce, Sext and None.
Three, Six and Nine.
The Acts of the Apostles speak of this practice using these quotes:
“Now Peter and John went up into the temple at the ninth hour of prayer.” … “And Cornelius said: Four days ago, unto this hour, I was praying in my house, at the ninth hour, and behold a man stood before me”
The writers of the Middle Ages found other mystical explanations of the Hour of None. Some people believed that at the Sun’s setting on the day of None a man’s spirit tends to lower and is more open to temptation. It is believed demons try to recruit him into their fold. Anciently, the days and hours of None were used in prayerful thankfulness to God for the blood sacrifice and atonement of Jesus Christ.
I sat on the idea of the number nine and its Satanic significance and forgot that what I was seeing with what appeared to be the date 3/13/13 in the obverse. 3/31/13 looked to me like a date seen through a mirror and that it signified a mirroring affect or an obverse alignment that had some significance.
more here: http://www.groundzeromedia.org/th3at3r-of-the-o113v3rse/