The Utter Silliness of Numerology

The biggest problem with numerology is that I can settle on a conclusion and then tailor my persuit of the numbers to justify that conclusion. Here’s an example:

Eric Homes May
Using Chaldean numerology, the “Soul Number� for the name “Eric� is 6.
The “Desire Number� for “Holmes� is 6.
The “Destiny Number� for “May� is 6.

So, clearly, the name “Eric Holmes May� contains a “hidden� 666, and we all know what that means, right?

Fact is, I can do something very similar with my own name, I just have to use Pythagorean numerological values to accomplish it, but hey, any port in a storm. And Ghost Troop is good at seeking out the ports.

CPT May in his narrative of the epiphany that lead to his being able to decipher the 9/11 code says that one of the first steps in this journey was the realization that it was exactly 911 days from 11 September 2001 to 11 March 2004, the Madrid train bombing. Such an interesting tidbit. And it’s also wrong. There are 912 days between the two events. But why let facts get in the way of a good theory?

Ghost Troop’s brand of numerology though appears to be a modern strain, as opposed to the Classical versions I’ve employed above, closely related to what is sometimes referred to as Masonic numerology. In this system specific numbers are given particular attention: 3, 7, 11, 13 and multiples of these. But, somehow, they relate all of this back to the administration of George W. Bush. Most other similar theories show a vein of Masonic, sometimes, Masonic-Zionist, sometimes Masonic-Zionist-Jesuit, conspiracy that run all through US history. I’m not going to relate all of that here, far too many electrons on the Internet have been wasted in such service already.

In the end, it doesn’t matter what method they employ. These people see what they wish to see. If you don’t see it too, you are deluded, or a traitor and even if they turn out to be wrong in the event, well, they are actually the heroes of the story as their inquiry and “getting the word out� forced the hands of the evil ones and prevented the outcomes they had warned of.

As a final thought I leave you with another fun, and equally meaningless, exercise. If we rearrange the letters in “Eric Holmes May� we can produce as an anagram the phrase, ‘A mil schemer, yo!�

UPDATE: In case anyone out there subscribes to meaning in these games, I will point out that anagraming my handle we can get “Anti Terror.” Think about it.

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