Preface to Anglion

Preface: THE BOOK OF ANGLION

Certain Principles Concerning The Anglion Numbers

Preface: THE BOOK OF ANGLION

Certain Principles Concerning The Anglion Numbers

• Numbers are not Numerals. Numerals are singular as to entity and value, and consist of the single numerals 1 through 9. Any succeeding value is a number, such as 10, 15 or 89, or any succession of digits of two or more.

• The use of numerals and numbers affords a mathematical science which provides an unequivocal system of accuracy, and this without respect to the sum attained. Numerical usage becomes in this sense self-revealing and self-evident because of a self-contained validity. Numerical usage is a system of absolute consistency.

• Numerical usage is impersonal. It is an objective methodology. While various other mathematical usages, such as algebra, calculus and geometric applications employ certain abstract qualifiers and symbols the simplest form, or arithmetic, does not. The sole underlying process depends upon addition, reduction, division and multiplication.

• Numerals and numbers constitute a primitive language-form. Expressed values are enhanced and broadened by manifold combinations, either by reduction or addition, or any other application which changes a given sum to another. While this is primitive expression, and yet completely reliable, there exists a numerical correspondence with the letters of the English alphabet.

• The following is what is meant: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

• The above table shows the equivalent-scale of numerals and their corresponding letters. The above system is the concept employed by The Anglion Society as a means of communicating completely lucid, explicit and unequivocal meaning. This system is unrelated to any traditional concept loosely-termed ‘numerology’. The system of Anglion depends upon a self-evident process, without recourse to subjective interpretation.

• While it is completely possible to violate the inherent process described merely by arbitrary applications – there are also safeguards to this problem. The most predominant method acts as predetermined factor; this consist of a person’s full name spelled numerically from the table shown; it may also include one’s date-of-birth, an anniversary, a date of decease of someone, a marriage date, a child’s birth-date and any number of other events which are translatable into numerical form. When such numerical results are obtained there is a base, or a numerical-series, from which to further develop certain numerical meanings innate to numerical language.

• The principle stated in the foregoing paragraph may appear selective or even arbitrary and yet the process involved will show that the personal application in terms of a series is still incidental to any given result. In the Anglion Numerical System the personal and objective becomes mutually-inclusive because of the nature of consistency within mathematics.

• There are predetermined mathematical factors innate to every person’s life. In traditional ‘numerology’, so-called, there are various concepts alien to mathematics, but which nevertheless are applied via undetermined motives. In the Anglion Numerical System no such processes are employed.

• One of the fundamental concepts within Anglion relies upon a correct statement of any given date. For example: The date at the heading of this paper shows: 1998. 01. 06, the proper method of depicting the date numerically. This principle provides a universal and constant 8-digit number which will reliably account for any date after the year 999.

• In the Anglion Numerical system it is imperative to understand that any number, if further divided, will result in what is termed the ‘prime-number’ – or a number no longer divisible except by itself. As an example: The word ‘Anglion’, rendered as a numerical equivalent by using the table shown before – will result in the number; 1573965. This number, when divided by 17685 will give 89 as the prime-number. 1573965 is therefore identical in essence to 89; they are, in fact, one and the same except by a multiplication process, or a division process, both of which are inherently the same.

• The personal application of a numerical system is just as objectively valid as the application of the same to another subject or event. For example: My date of birth is 1932. 02. 07., or 7 February 1932. This is a fixed number; it cannot change because none of us are accountable for the date of our birth. There is what is known as the Anglion System as the ND, or Numerical-Designator. This, too, is a fixed number consisting of three digits. It signifies that, for example, I have 726 as my ND. 7, signifying the day of birth (since no one is born on a month or a year but only a given day), and 2, the month, and 1932, or 1 plus 9 plus 3 plus 2, or 15, or added together, 6. In other words: 1932 was a 6-year. 1937 would be a 2-year, and so on.

• One of the foremost principles in Anglion relies on the process of locating a prime-number of any given number. Any prime-number is called an essential-number since it fully represents in mathematical terms the cumulative origin from which it comes. In this form it becomes the surrogate-number, which is the same thing as a prime-number. If, for example, the birth-date given above, 19320207, seen as an eight-digit number is divided by 1911 the prime number emerges as: 14737. In any further usage of this surrogate, or prime-number, one will be expressing the same mathematical verity as that from which it originated. The idea involved is not difficult to understand. The reasoning is thus: Any number not yet divided, or evolved into its own prime-number, simply means that it is the containant of the same. In effect it also means that the prime-number lies concealed, that while it is the selfsame essence of the whole it is as yet undivulged. By its revelation it becomes a useable factor in many different ways.

• Another principle concerns names expressed numerically. One’s first name is placed on a page as it is shown via the table; one’s second name –if such--, is translated likewise and added to the first, and finally one’s last name. The sum may or may not be further divisible, but most often is. In order to locate the prime-number a table of prime-numbers will be needed, as well as a ten-digit programmable calculator.

• The foregoing principles and methods are shown merely technical of nature. Their further and more meaningful significance, as applied to the individual, can only be realized when based upon the purpose and meaning of The Anglion Society and its numerical system.

J. Dean Fagerstrom 1998. 01. 06.

• The use of numerals and numbers affords a mathematical science which provides an unequivocal system of accuracy, and this without respect to the sum attained. Numerical usage becomes in this sense self-revealing and self-evident because of a self-contained validity. Numerical usage is a system of absolute consistency.

• Numerical usage is impersonal. It is an objective methodology. While various other mathematical usages, such as algebra, calculus and geometric applications employ certain abstract qualifiers and symbols the simplest form, or arithmetic, does not. The sole underlying process depends upon addition, reduction, division and multiplication.

• Numerals and numbers constitute a primitive language-form. Expressed values are enhanced and broadened by manifold combinations, either by reduction or addition, or any other application which changes a given sum to another. While this is primitive expression, and yet completely reliable, there exists a numerical correspondence with the letters of the English alphabet.

• The following is what is meant: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

• The above table shows the equivalent-scale of numerals and their corresponding letters. The above system is the concept employed by The Anglion Society as a means of communicating completely lucid, explicit and unequivocal meaning. This system is unrelated to any traditional concept loosely-termed ‘numerology’. The system of Anglion depends upon a self-evident process, without recourse to subjective interpretation.

• While it is completely possible to violate the inherent process described merely by arbitrary applications – there are also safeguards to this problem. The most predominant method acts as predetermined factor; this consist of a person’s full name spelled numerically from the table shown; it may also include one’s date-of-birth, an anniversary, a date of decease of someone, a marriage date, a child’s birth-date and any number of other events which are translatable into numerical form. When such numerical results are obtained there is a base, or a numerical-series, from which to further develop certain numerical meanings innate to numerical language.

• The principle stated in the foregoing paragraph may appear selective or even arbitrary and yet the process involved will show that the personal application in terms of a series is still incidental to any given result. In the Anglion Numerical System the personal and objective becomes mutually-inclusive because of the nature of consistency within mathematics.

• There are predetermined mathematical factors innate to every person’s life. In traditional ‘numerology’, so-called, there are various concepts alien to mathematics, but which nevertheless are applied via undetermined motives. In the Anglion Numerical System no such processes are employed.

• One of the fundamental concepts within Anglion relies upon a correct statement of any given date. For example: The date at the heading of this paper shows: 1998. 01. 06, the proper method of depicting the date numerically. This principle provides a universal and constant 8-digit number which will reliably account for any date after the year 999.

• In the Anglion Numerical system it is imperative to understand that any number, if further divided, will result in what is termed the ‘prime-number’ – or a number no longer divisible except by itself. As an example: The word ‘Anglion’, rendered as a numerical equivalent by using the table shown before – will result in the number; 1573965. This number, when divided by 17685 will give 89 as the prime-number. 1573965 is therefore identical in essence to 89; they are, in fact, one and the same except by a multiplication process, or a division process, both of which are inherently the same.

• The personal application of a numerical system is just as objectively valid as the application of the same to another subject or event. For example: My date of birth is 1932. 02. 07., or 7 February 1932. This is a fixed number; it cannot change because none of us are accountable for the date of our birth. There is what is known as the Anglion System as the ND, or Numerical-Designator. This, too, is a fixed number consisting of three digits. It signifies that, for example, I have 726 as my ND. 7, signifying the day of birth (since no one is born on a month or a year but only a given day), and 2, the month, and 1932, or 1 plus 9 plus 3 plus 2, or 15, or added together, 6. In other words: 1932 was a 6-year. 1937 would be a 2-year, and so on.

• One of the foremost principles in Anglion relies on the process of locating a prime-number of any given number. Any prime-number is called an essential-number since it fully represents in mathematical terms the cumulative origin from which it comes. In this form it becomes the surrogate-number, which is the same thing as a prime-number. If, for example, the birth-date given above, 19320207, seen as an eight-digit number is divided by 1911 the prime number emerges as: 14737. In any further usage of this surrogate, or prime-number, one will be expressing the same mathematical verity as that from which it originated. The idea involved is not difficult to understand. The reasoning is thus: Any number not yet divided, or evolved into its own prime-number, simply means that it is the containant of the same. In effect it also means that the prime-number lies concealed, that while it is the selfsame essence of the whole it is as yet undivulged. By its revelation it becomes a useable factor in many different ways.

• Another principle concerns names expressed numerically. One’s first name is placed on a page as it is shown via the table; one’s second name –if such--, is translated likewise and added to the first, and finally one’s last name. The sum may or may not be further divisible, but most often is. In order to locate the prime-number a table of prime-numbers will be needed, as well as a ten-digit programmable calculator.

• The foregoing principles and methods are shown merely technical of nature. Their further and more meaningful significance, as applied to the individual, can only be realized when based upon the purpose and meaning of The Anglion Society and its numerical system.

J. Dean Fagerstrom 1998. 01. 06.

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