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5.01 Algebraic English

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In order to correctly decipher and comprehend the Roman Score (i.e., the Roman alphabet), the modern English alphabet, the modern Roman number system (i.e., Arabic numerals), as well as the English language in general, a few rudimentary mathematical formulas must be exercised. These algebraic formulas can be applied to
the gods, goddesses, myths, places and titles depicted in the collective histories of the Bible, as well as the historical eras commonly referred to as Ancient Egypt (3100 BC–332 BC), Ancient Sumer (2334 BC–2193 BC), Ancient Greece (800 BC–600 AD), Ancient Babylon (626 BC–539 BC), Ancient Rome (509 BC–1453) and the Viking Age (793 AD–1066 AD). Because certain symbols and letters are located in different numerical positions within the aforementioned alphabets, the outcome of a given calculation may vary depending on which alphabet is employed.

Letter Deduction

When deciphering words written with the modern English alphabet, the vowels of “A”, “E”, “I”, “O” and “U”, the consonant letters of “H” and “Y”, as well as any double letters (e.g., “LL”, “PP”, “TT”, etc.) can automatically be deducted. This rule also applies to the “O”, “I” and “H” symbols in the original Roman Score (i.e., the Roman alphabet) which mostly held numerical significance. For example, the modern name of the birth city of the Greco-Roman Empire is “Chania”, which is found on the Island of Crete in Greece. After the “H”, “A’s” and “I” are removed from the word, the letters “C” and “N” or “K” and “N” remain. Phonetically speaking, these letters are pronounced “Con” as in concrete or “Con, Crete”. Since the “Ʌ” symbol represents both the letter “C” and the letter “K” in the Roman Score, Chania can be translated to “ɅX” or “axe” which is indicative of the Greco-Roman fasces that is coincidently shaped like the Island of Crete. Coincidentally, the term “consonant” is defined as “being in agreement or harmony”, for all that truly matters when deciphering a word are the consonants.

Digital Sum & Digital Root
Since each symbol in the Roman Score (i.e., the Roman alphabet) and each letter in the modern English alphabet has a corresponding numerical value (i.e., A=1, 2=B, 3=C and Z=26) and each number in the modern Roman number system (i.e., Arabic Numerals) has a corresponding phonetic value (i.e., 1=A, 2=B, 3=C, and 26=Z), all numbers and words in existence can ultimately be reduced to a digit sum or a digital root. Subsequently, each digital sum and digital root has a stated acronymical value which in essence defines that given number. Isopsephy, from which Algebraic English and Jewish Gematria was derived, is the Greek method of adding up the number values of the letters in a word to form a single number (i.e., the digital root). The first reported use of  Isopsephy was an inscription affiliated with the Assyrian ruler Sargon II (727–705 B.C.) which stated that the king built the Wall of Khorsabad exactly 16,283 cubits long to correspond with the numerical value of his name. The digital root of the name “Sargon” (19+1+18+7+15+14=74=11=2) equates to “2” which is coincidentally the same exact digital root of the length of the Wall of Khorsabad (i.e., 16,283 cubits). (1+6+2+8+3=20=2).

Example 1: Number “666”
Historians and researchers routinely connect the "Number of the Beast" depicted in the Biblical Book of Revelation with either the Greek Isopsephy or the Hebrew Gematria. According to these interpretations, the number “666” was originally derived via Gematria from the name of Nero Caesar (i.e., “נרונקסר” or “Nero Qasr) who was the Roman Emperor of the time. However, when employing the rudimentary methods of Isopsephy, Gematria and Algebraic English, the “Absolute Value” of the number “666” equates to “18” whose digital root is “9”. In the Roman-English alphabet, the 18th letter is “R” while in Roman Score (i.e., the Roman alphabet) the 9th symbol is also “Γ” (i.e., the original letter “R”). Since the letter “R” is an acronym for “Rome”, it can be deduced that the number “666” equates to “Rome” which is alive and well in Greenland. Coincidentally, the island of Greenland is shaped like the head of a beast, otherwise known as the Beast of Greenland.

Example 2: Term “God”
The term “God” which is littered throughout the Bible can be deciphered numerically by the digit sum of its letters (i.e., the digit sum of God is calculated as G+O+D = 7+15+4 = 26) whose digital root is “8” (i.e., the digital root is calculated as 2+6 = 8). The symbol in the Roman Score which holds the numeric value of “8” is “π” (Pi) while the letter “H” (i.e., the Pillars of Hercules) holds a numeric value of “8” in English alphabet. Both the “π” symbol and the letter “H” hold the meaning of “infinite” or “forever”. In other words, “G.O.D.” is an acronym for Greenland of Denmark which will in theory go on forever and ever. Lastly, like "God", the term "Greenland" also has a digital root of "8", making them both mathematically sound.

Example 3: Term “Zeus”
The term “Zeus” (Z+S) which is littered throughout Greek mythology can be deciphered numerically by the digit sum of its letters (i.e., the digit sum of Zeus is calculated as Z+E+U+S = 26+5+21+19 = 71 ) whose digital root is “8” (i.e., the digital root is calculated as 7+1 = 8). The symbol in the Roman Score which holds the numeric value of “8” is “π” (Pi) while the letter “H” (i.e., the Pillars of Hercules) holds a numeric value of “8” in English alphabet. Both the “π” symbol and the letter “H” hold the meaning of “infinite” or “forever”. In other words, “G.O.D.” (i.e., Greenland of Denmark) will go on forever and ever.

Acronym Tables
Regardless of whether or not a given digit sum or digital root is derived from the original Roman Score (i.e., the Roman alphabet) or the modern English alphabet, it’s value, whether phonetic or numerical, can be deciphered using one of the following two tables. The same holds true for numbers whose numeric value also holds phonetic value. Although the tables can be used prior to "vowel deductions”, they are more accurate once the digital sum and root have been found. Using the aforementioned terms, the term "God" (G+D) would equate to "Greenland Day" while "Zeus" (Z+S) would equate to "Zion System". The meaning attached to a given acronym has a literal meaning which is usually derived from a symbol or historical context. For example, the “Ф” symbol in the Roman Score (i.e., the letter “G” in the English alphabet) stands for Greenland as evidenced by the fact that the “Ф” symbol appears on the flag of Greenland.


ROMAN SCORE TABLE:

1. (0) "O" = "O" = All or Zero
2. (1) "I" = "I" = Eye (
see: Eye of Providence)
3. (2) "V" = "B" = Babylon (see: Babylon)

4. (3) "Ʌ" = "C/K" Chania/Crete (see: Chania, Crete)
5. (4) "+" = "D" = Die (Day)
6. (5) "Ж" = "CH" = Chi (see: CH-Switzerland)
7. (6) "ǂ" = "F" = Fake (see: Double-Cross)

8. (7) "
" = "L" = El (see: Line of Man)
9. (8) "π" = "P" = Pi (see: 3.14)
10. (9) "Γ" = "R" = God of Ra and Rome
11. (10) "Ф" = "G" = Greenland (see: Flag of Greenland
12.
(11) "H" = "H" = Hercules (see: Pillars of Hercules)
13. (12) "W" = "V" = Victoria (
see: Goddess of Victoria)
14.
(13) "M" = "M" = Man (see: Minos of Crete)

15. (14) "X" = "N" = North (see: Greenland)
16. (15) "Ω" = "YU" = You or Jew (see: Jewish Race)
17. (16) "#" = "SH" = Ship (see: Ship) 
18. (17) "S" = "S" = System (see:
Babylon System)
19. (18) "T" = "T" = Time
20. (19) "Z" = "Z" = Zion (see: Mt. Zion)

*( ) = Numerical value of symbol/letter

Mathematic Symbology
The mathematical symbols (i.e., “+”, “-“, “x”, “÷” and “=”) can be translated as follows: The symbol for addition (+) is a Roman Cross, for Rome is always adding to their Empire. The symbol for minus or subtraction (-) is a dash or a vertical line most likely symbolizes a dead person or a sacked city. The symbol for multiplication (x) is an “x” which evidently marks how many times the Roman Empire struck a particular target. In other words the symbol/letter “x” means “death” or “kill”. The symbol for division (÷) is a line with two dots on either side. The dots evidently represent the two moons of Earth while the line in between represents the Earth itself. The symbol for “equal” (=) is two horizontal lines which apparently stand for the heavens above (Greenland) and the Earth below (hell).

ENGLISH ALPHABET TABLE:

1. (1) “A” = All Seeing Eye (see: Eye of Providence
and Imperial Cult)
2. (2) “B” = Babylon
(see: Babylon)
3. (3) “C” =
Chania/Crete (see: Chania, Crete)
4.
(4) “D” = Die (Day)
5. (5) “E” = Empire (see: Empire of Rome)
6. (6) “F” = Fake (
see: Double-Cross)
7.
(7) “G” = Greenland
(see: Flag of Greenland 
8. (8) “H” =
Hercules (see: Pillars of Hercules)
9. (9) “I” = Eye
(see: Eye of Providence)
10. (10) “J” = “G” = Greenland (
see: Flag of Greenland
11.
(11) “K” =
Chania/Crete (see: Chania, Crete)
12. (12) “L” = Line or Lineage (see Minos of Crete) 
13. (13) “M” =
Man (see: Minos of Crete)
14.
(14) “N” = North (see: Greenland)
15. (15) “O” = All or Zero
16.
(16) “P” = Pi (see: 3.14)
17. (17) “Q” = Coup (see: Coup d'état)
18. (18) “R” =
God of Ra and Rome
19.
(19) “S” = System (see: Babylon System)
20. (20) “T” = Time

21.
(21) “U” = You or Jew (see: Jewish Race)
22. (22) “V” = Victoria (see: Goddess of Victoria)
23. (23) “W” = “BB” (see: Babylon)
24. (24) “X” = (EKS) Kill System
25. (25) “Y” = “
You or Jew (see: Jewish Race)
26.
(26) “Z” = Zion (see: Mt. Zion)

*( ) = Numerical value of symbol/letter