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20,022

Amazing number…!

Anyone who can enlighten me about
its numerological significance?

For the record, this is my 1,666th post.
The sum of this is 20. Meaning 2… again.

Coincidence…?

Deuces everywhere…Hm…
I was born the 22:nd too…

About julienmatei
I feel an inner urge to express what I see, to communicate and share with others all these impressions. Often the things I see are there, not yet manifest, but waiting... to be observed, talked about, and embraced. These new insights need another approach, a more vivid curiosity... Due to fear and prejudice we prefer to see only "the official" truth - but THE OFFICIAL TRUTH IS DEAD - being dead, it has nothing to give... We can continue pretending Death is fascinating or... we can take the trouble to LIVE... THE NEW has no definition yet... Again, IT requires another "perception", the courage to apprehend everything differently, from a totally new angle, with new confidence and inquisitive touch. This blog is not about interesting concepts, it is about participation... finding new solutions, inspiration, togetherness.

13 Responses to Total views

  1. buddhasal says:

    FANTASTIC!!!! That’s truly an amazing feat to accomplish.

    • julienmatei says:

      You know what is weird…?

      Despite unlikely hard work, it feels as I “haven´t achieved” anything…I don´t identify in the least with all this writing…

      Sometimes I look at these posts of mine, and read them smiling as if written by someone else.

      It´s kind of great fun. Some of them are pertinent, other not…Still…

      All in all, writing is a great tool to empty my mind, something helping me to not know…

      In fierce contradiction to what is considered right, “Not knowing”- that is putting aside the burden
      of “knowing” – is felicity…the highest and most natural form of “existing”…:)

      • buddhasal says:

        So true. This morning I thought the same thing as I walked to my car. I was remembering a conversation i engaged in two days ago where before I excused myself I said “what you don’t know will never hurt or kill you, it is what you know that you need to be afraid of”. In fact, I posted something weeks back with a similar note. I need to go back and read it and see if it makes more sense now than it did to me then.

      • julienmatei says:

        Just a little hint:

        “Not-knowing”, or better put, non-knowledge, is NOT the opposite of knowing…

        Not-knowing is never to be found within “duality”…
        It is maybe hard to get, but just stay and breath with this a little while…

  2. goldennuggetde says:

    Hi Julien,
    als Andreas – he’s a specialist on numberology.
    Richard

    • julienmatei says:

      I will. Thanks!

      • goldennuggetde says:

        As to me, numberology seems to be nothing but bullshit. It makes only sense within man’s thoughts. It’s only a projection of something we’d like to be reasonable. At least, it doesn’t do any harm …… so whoever feels an urge trying to find some reality in numerology should just do it 🙂

      • julienmatei says:

        Whatever is not “common knowledge” and surpasses our ability to comprehend, is at first treated as fabrication or “bullshit”- to use a more blunt language. Of course, there is the easy way.

        The more difficult way is to question what we know- and above all – WHAT WE DON´T KNOW – leaving open any possibility of diverse consideration.

        I am not specifically versed in mathematics, in fact, not at all. I will just make a simple analogy.

        “If one would have showed a logarithm for someone on the 16th century, this very idea would have appeared as sheer nonsense. Even your life could have been at stake if you showed it for the “inappropriate” person.

        Look what they say:
        “Logarithms are commonplace in scientific formulae. They describe musical intervals, and appear in formulae counting prime numbers.

        The binary logarithm uses base b = 2 and is prominent in computer science!!”

        Without this binary logarithm I couldn´t write these words to you now, as computers and internet
        wouldn´t exist.

        So my question to you is:

        What do we know about secret vibrations, about unknown sequences of numbers on which our very
        being – maybe even destiny? – derives from?

        What is Matter if not a sequence of weird and ultimately unexplainable vibration-sequences that maybe can be caught in yet ineffable numbers…?

  3. Nirmal Bajwa says:

    does it matter, wt number is it?

  4. you're just a dumbass says:

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  6. goldennuggetde says:

    Hi Julien,
    thanks for Yours!

    You were asking: “What do we know about secret vibrations, about unknown sequences of numbers on which our very being – maybe even destiny? – derives from? What is Matter if not a sequence of weird and ultimately unexplainable vibration-sequences that maybe can be caught in yet ineffable numbers…?”

    This is not an easy question, of course. Let me try …

    Numbers are comparable to time. They don’t really exist. It’s a mean to help us to quantify things. Quantifying things is quite okay – it doesn’t do any harm to anybody. But You can’t quantify real life. No way. So when it comes to reality it begins to fade. What I’ve always on my mind is Mr. Heisenberg’s uncertainty rule. It’s kind of the binding link between numbers, math, mechanic and quantum physics and reality (look at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncertainty_principle).
    It shows that we can’t define of quantify reality. All we do is trying to describe models which come pretty close to reality …… sometimes.

    So …… to come back to Your questioning …… we surely have secret vibrations and unknown sequences of numbers which surround our being. But You can never use a precise sequence equal to reality. There’s always this gap which Mr.Heisenberg has proved to be there.

    Or more pragmatic: You can’t describe nature nor reality nor life precisely with numbers. Even the smallest gap between your figures and reality conclude in a total failure.

    Does anybody understand what I’ve written here? 🙂

    Thanks,
    Richard

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