1. The questioner should be sincere.

2. His difficulty should be real and honest.

3. He must put up his difficulty spontaneously.

The same question is not to be replicated again. If we try to play mischief with this system, the replies and results will be wrong and misleading. In nature there are symbols that have their own laws and functions but which are wholly unintelligible to the modern world. Our ancient scholars were master of occult powers and they found the hidden meaning of those symbols in nature. The Pyramid System is also the results of their discoveries.

Taking it for granted that the person who approaches us for consultation is sincere about his difficulty, and his difficulty is genuine, he should be requested to ask his question in a spontaneous way. The words should come naturally, without much thought.

After such a question is put, the number of those words is counted and put down. This figure is followed by the number of letters in each of the words, and the line is completed. The characters in this line are then successively added together, the first with second, the second with the third party, the third with the fourth, and so on until they have been paired and added. This addition is reduced to a single digit in case it exceeds 9, and then written in the second line and in between the two numbers that have been added. These are then treated in the same fashion by successive pairing along with a third line is generated.

Since each successive line is one figure less than the one above it, it follows that the process eventually tapers into one figure. It is this figure that’s known as its planetary equivalent and the interpretation made thence in accordance with the nature of this question. Let’s take an example.

A student asks, “Shall I get through my examination”.

There are 6 words in this sentence, so the figure 6 is put down first. “Shall” contains 5 letters, and so the figure 5 follows the

Figure 6;”I” is 1;”get” is 3;”through” is 7;”my” is 2 and lastly the term”examination” comprises 11 letters; i.e. 2.

If we organize these figures one after another, the first line stands thus:

6 5 1 3 7 2 2

The Pyramid when completed will be as follows:

6 5 1 3 7 2 2

–2 6 4 1 9 4

–8 1 5 1 4–

—-9 6 6 5–

—-6 3 2—-

——9 2—-

——5——

The resultant figure is 5 which is the number of Mercury. It’s concerned with education and for that reason, the boy could get through this examination.

1. If the resultant is 1 it shows success.

2. If the resultant is 2, it’s concerned with the planet Moon that shows lack of concentration and uneasiness. However the Moon is connected with liquids and if the subject is medicine, pathology or chemistry, he’ll get through.

3. If the consequent is 3, it signifies Jupiter that’s a fantastic plane showing ambition. We can conclude that the student may get through his exam and further his ambitions.

4. If the consequent is 4, it signifies the planet Uranus, which shows upheavals and uncertainties, so there is no guarantee.

5. If the consequent is 5, we’ve seen above that he will get through.

6. If the consequent is 6, it represents Venus. If the study class is in artwork, the student will get through. But if the study course is in mathematics, then there are few hopes of his getting through.

7. If the resultant is 7, it represents Neptune and engineering or digital subjects. If the student is looking for these subjects, he will get through.

8. If the consequent is 8, it represents Saturn and shows delays and difficulties. We can predict uncertainty.

9. If the resultant is 9, it represents Mars which reveals courage and dash and is associated with military or engineering subjects. On the strength of his dashing nature and confidence, he may get through his examination.

From the Pyramid System, the interpretation also should be spontaneous. It should come out instantly. However, so as to get a correct interpretation of this number, it’s necessary to be conversant with all of the qualities of the number.

]]>Pythagoras is credited with being the first pure mathematician, and he revered numbers and numerical relationships, seeing them as being the essence of the material world around us.He was not only a mathematician; he had been educated in the Greek way of thought, which taught that people should pursue many interests.He was quite interested in all aspects of the world, and he and his followers affected, and often revolutionized, geometry, algebra, music theory, acoustics, astronomy, literature, religious thought and magical works.

Pythagoras thought that reality was ordered, that there was a basic order to the cosmos and that everything was meant to follow an archetype of perfection.There was order to songs, astronomy, mathematics and numbers, and throughout all of society.Pythagoras thought that reality was basically mathematical in nature and that numbers controlled and made up the essence of what we experience each day.He founded the Pythagorean Brotherhood, dedicated to the reformation of life to a new standard of morality.They were strongly religious and believed that it was possible for the soul to achieve union with the divine, and that symbols could have mystical significance and abilities.He believed that the forms of nature could be described and generated using integers, or whole numbers, and ratios of integers, having values such as 1/2, ²⁄3, 3/4… They watched a parallelism between the creation of the world from void and nothing, and the beginning of numbers with the zero, with the one appearing in the void, and giving rise to all other numbers.Pythagoras also believed that the dynamics of the universe derived from the interactions of opposites, which perhaps derived from his religious thought.

Aristotle informs us:”For as the Pythagoreans say, the all and all things are defined by threes; for middle and end and start constitute the number of the all, as well as the number of the triad.”Pythagoreans noted that the amount of the first four numbers (1+2+3+4) was ten, which might be represented by an equilateral triangle with three units of lengths on a side.They called this triangle the”Tetraktys” which means, roughly,”fourness.”It’s been also called”the sacred decad.”Pythagoras noted its correspondence to the end of the stage (1), line (2), triangle (3), and tetrahedron (4), as measuring a position, a size, a place, and a region of space.The Pythagoreans also taught that the number seven was a crisis number and that days that could be broken by seven were crucial.

This theorem holds that for any right triangle, the square of the length of the long side is equal to the sum of the squares of the short sides.Pythagoras and the Pythagoreans were not the first to be aware of the relationship, but they are believed to be the first to demonstrate it.At this time, their name is connected with it, and it is being taught to every schoolchild.Not that Pythagoras wasn’t a brilliant guy, and his followers smart and great contributors, but one may think that this was his greatest contribution.

Pythagoras also discovered irrational numbersnonrepeating decimals that couldn’t be expressed as fractionsand this presented a problem for the Pythagoreans, controverting their belief that everything could be expressed as simple ratios of the integers.

They must somehow have managed to take a certain amount of”irrationality” as the Pythagorean Theorem generates irrational numbers in several of its solutions.The Pythagoreans also derived the area of a circle using a idea of a high number of infinitesimally little triangles… not so much from modern calculus.

MATH Gets MORE MODERN

Plato, a good mathematician, founded an academy in Athens that lived until 529 A.D., when all non-Christian colleges were closed by the Emperor Justinian.

In Jesus Christ’s life, his prophecies and works included many numerological references and elements.

From 100–170 A.D., Ptolemy counted and documented 1,022 stars, and proposed a universe centered on the Earth, with the stars and celestial bodies fixed in crystal sheets that moved about the Earth.

In 300 A.D., the Sefer Yezira was written, which was the foundation for the emergence of Kabbalism, or Cabalism.At that point, a form of Jewish mysticism emerged.It’s based on the contemplation of the ten aspects of God, as revealed in the Creation, and in the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet.The Hebrew language uses the Gematria, which can be numerical interpretation, the basis of modern numerology.

Around 1100 A.D., Adelard of Bath attracted a number of the lost knowledge of Greek math back to Europe from Islamic nations, where it was maintained and supplemented by the work of Islamic scholars.

In 1582 A.D., John Dee and Edward Kelly derived a numerological system in their communications with angels that they encountered in visions.

In 1887 A.D., the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, formed by Samuel Mathers, William Westcott, and William Woodman, worked to advance Enochian mathematical theories.

The remains of about seventy pyramids may still be observed in Egypt and the Sudan and perhaps the most outstanding group of pyramids in Egypt is at Giza, near Cairo.The largest, the Great Pyramid, was built as the tomb of the pharaoh Khufu and is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. When assembled, the Great Pyramid measured 481 ft in height, with a square base of 759 feet on each side.

The prototype of the true pyramid in Egypt was the step pyramid, so called because its successive layers of massive stone suggests a set of enormous steps.The most famous and best preserved of the step pyramids is that of Saqqara, near Cairo.It was built around 2700 B.C.

The mathematical equations used to build the pyramids are extremely advanced and esoteric.Perhaps the most amazing fact about the pyramids is that the ancient Egyptians knew how to combine mathematics and knowledge of mysticism.Through architecture, mathematics, geometry and the ancient science of”measuring,” man can know the secrets of the universe as encoded in these early structures. The geometry and mathematics surrounded in the amazing pyramids, in addition to the belief in prophecies surrounding the inner chambers of the Great Pyramids, are esoterically encoded in mathematics.

]]>From 8000 B.C. to 3300 B.C. in lower Mesopotamia, hunter-gatherers, or mesolithic people, used clay tablets to assist in counting and distributing their numerical and bookkeeping information. This early math gave rise to the subsequent form of Sumerian writing.

Interestingly enough, accounting clearly predated other forms of writing, making accounting and the use of numbers the oldest documented profession.

In 6000 B.C., the early brewing of beer took very strict attention to measurements, according to early beer-brewing traditions and rituals.

From 3300 to 2050 B.C., the Sumerians of Mesopotamia used pictographs before they used cuneiform markings in their early math. Our contemporary expression of circular or angular measurement and time is based on the Sumerian legacy of sixty degrees, minutes, and seconds. The word “dozen” derives from the Sumerian word meaning “a fifth of sixty.”

In 3100 B.C., near what is now Salisbury, England, there was another significant mathematical expression, in the first phase of building Stonehenge. It was a large circular ditch, with fifty-six pits around it. It represented the number that is double the number of days in a sidereal month… so it might be that the pits were related to the days in the month.

From 2700 to 2200 B.C., the Egyptians of the Old Kingdom Era developed a 365-day calendar which, of course, we’re using to this day. Pyramids near Cairo, that are thought to have been built between 2600 and 2500 B.C., are an early indication of the understanding of geometrical and mathematical abilities.

About 2100 B.C., near Salisbury, England, the second phase of building Stonehenge happened. It was important because a thirty-five-ton stone was carefully placed so that it marked the rising of the sun on the summer solstice, June 21.

According to the American astronomer Gerald S. Hawkins, Stonehenge was used to predict the summer and winter solstices, the vernal and autumnal equinoxes, and eclipses of both the moon and sun. In addition, an assortment of other information pertaining to the sun and moon could be predicted with remarkable accuracy. Hawkins concluded that Stonehenge served as a means of predicting the positions of the sun and moon relative to the Earth, and thereby called the seasons and perhaps also acted as a simple daily calendar.

From 2000 to 1700 B.C., the Babylonians of Mesopotamia inherited the cuneiform number system from the Sumerians. It had been used to record interest payments, deposits and loans. These people understood the principle of the Pythagorean Theorem, and might even solve algebraic problems.

Around 2000 B.C., the Hittites invaded the Middle East, calling cuneiform their own, after learning it from the Hurrians.

Also around 2000 B.C., the Mayans of Central America used a numerical system that was very sophisticated, and comprised a symbol for zero.

About 1900 B.C., the Egyptians fleshed out their numerical system with an understanding of base ten, which used additive symbols.

The Greek mathematician Euclid, who lived around 300 B.C., led the classic work, Elements, which is a comprehensive treatise on mathematics. It is thirteen volumes on these subjects as plane geometry, proportion in general, the properties of numbers, incommensurable magnitudes, and solid geometry. Euclid made several original discoveries in the theory of numbers. Even today we use a modified version of Euclid’s Elements. It forms the basis of high school instruction in plane geometry.

]]>It’s been my privilege to provide “predictions for the year” on New Year’s Day for Regis Philbin’s TV shows. As I was walking out of WABC-TV’s greenroom on the way to his place to perform his January 1, 1989 show, I received a very strong psychic opinion. Even though I was ready to give my predictions for the year, I unexpectedly found myself receiving one more. … “The Berlin Wall will come down this year. … The Berlin Wall will come down this year … eleven … eleven … eleven…”

“What? What? What are all the elevens? Was the Wall coming down? … Big prediction! However, is it right? Can it be right?” Which are the elevens? I’m starting to shake today, because I do not know what to do! I suddenly went from having a small adrenaline rush to having a terrific big sweat. The next thing I knew, I was sitting next to Regis and Kathie Lee, and with a mic attached to my dress.

The red lights on the cameras came on, and we were on the air. Regis looked at me, and said,”So, Joyce, what is going to happen this coming year?”

I could feel massive beads of perspiration breaking out on my hairline and running down my forehead.

Thinking to myself,”Please, God… let this be correct,” I said,”Well, I think there is a really good chance that the Berlin Wall could come down this year, but I am not sure exactly when!”

Regis stated,”The Berlin Wall. Wow… that’s quite a prediction!”

To this day, though, I kick myself that I did not trust my instinct enough to add”eleven,” or say that it would occur in the eleventh month… or that I didn’t try harder to understand it. In retrospect, I realize that what my advice was trying to tell me was that the Wall would come down at the eleventh month.

My mother was a great psychic who loved numbers, and she used them to her advantage. She made decisions based on her own form of numerology. Lots of the major buys our family made were based on her use of numerology. By way of instance, she knew that we could not live in a house that did not have a”nine” in the speech.

When my Dad became seriously ill, and we had to move from our house quickly, we enlisted the support of my Aunt Josephine. My aunt lived on Long Island, and could help us expedite the process. Aunt Josephine called us and said,”I found the perfect home for you in North Babylon. It is a quick, decent deal, and I think you should do it.” It was a sale of a builder’s model home, in a new tract of land, so the house didn’t have a number.

On moving day, we were told that the address of the house was a number”two.” My mother was confused! How could we proceed to an address that wasn’t a”nine?” She refused to unpack our boxes. She was a genuine numerologist! Finally, a letter came from our city hall. It informed us that our address, for some unknown, unexplained reason, was being changed to a”nine!” Now we can settle in.

“Thank God,” I thought to myself,”my mother finally has resolution about this, and we can move in.” It may have seemed like a small shift to the town, but it was a really big change for us. It is all in the numbers!

A number of years ago, my husband and I sold our home because it was too small to accommodate our growing family. In meditation, I asked to be shown where we ought to proceed. After three days of asking, I had a dream wherein I saw the numbers,”one-sixeight.” 1-6-8 … where? What town?

After running errands, I sat in my car, still wondering where I would find”1-6-8.” A tiny voice in my head softly said,”Look behind Sears. …” Behind Sears? Sears? Was I starting to lose it? I didn’t think we could afford a house there. Optimistically, I chose to push the street directly behind the shopping center, just in case. …

After a couple of minutes, I passed a house with a large”For Sale” sign on the front gate. The number was 1-0-6-8… hmmm… not 1-6-8, but 1-0-6-8. I stopped my car, and got out. A woman was sitting on the front step. I told her I was interested in visiting the house, and asked her the price.

She then answered,”The owners just died, and we have to have a fast sale. There are five kids involved.” She then mentioned a ridiculously low cost, and offered to show it to me. I couldn’t believe it. The house was perfect. It had four bedrooms, two baths, a wonderful lawn, and was ideal for us. The price was so reasonable that, though I love to bargain, I didn’t try to get the price down. We were thrilled to get the house, and moved in a short time after that. We lived happily in that house for many years.

If we ask sincerely for advice, our advice will almost always offer us something pertinent but it might not always be easy to understand and interpret. Just listen carefully, and try to remember what you’re told. It can often be very subtle, or in a dream. Keep a note pad and pen by your bed, or a little tape recorder. Listen carefully… you will be guided, and often by the numbers!

The principle of numerology is that all of the numbers that relate somehow to your life can be reduced and simplified down to a single number, but for the numbers eleven and twenty-two.

Every individual has a special number that influences and controls their life. If you’ve studied astrology, you will see this very similar to the idea of an astrological sign. Instead of being, say a Leo, you may realize that you’re a”number 6″ individual.

This number, or in many cases, a series of numbers, may repeat over and over in many diverse situations of your life. The numbers that repeat frequently in my life are three, seven and five. The first car I bought had just those three numbers from the license plate. These three numbers usually reappear as my “lucky” numbers. They have often shown up in my phone numbers and addresses. Pay attention to the numbers that seem to consistently reappear in your life. It’s not an accident. They reflect and manifest our soul’s energy or vibration.

Numerology is the study of the numbers inherent in our names, birth dates, and the other critical objects and events that surround us, and their meanings and consequences. Since the beginning of time, human beings have recognized that the names and numbers which are associated with things are quite important. Success in a variety of ventures in life relies on knowing how many of something is appropriate, how much is good and how much is not. Additionally, numbers have properties that descend from the structure of our minds, and from the structure of our universe, and the vast majority of cultures and religions attach mystical significance to particular numbers.

Lots of people find that numerology provides quite valid insights into their lives and the things happening to them. Numerology attempts to examine the numerical information around us, and makes a decision of the consequences and associations that these numbers have. Numerology uses techniques common in data transmission and cryptography (the art of writing or deciphering messages in code) to derive, from the numbers of your birth date and the letters of your name, numbers and structures of numbers that reflect or contain the influences of each individual digit of the base data. Our culture retains, and numerology has discovered, that every number has certain implications, which hold influence on us.

Is there any validity to the bad hype that numbers, such as thirteen, often have? Is Friday the thirteenth really a bad-luck day? Why is it that most apartment and office buildings prevent using a thirteenth floor? Does someone die when thirteen people dine together?

Professional numerologists state that there isn’t any validity to thinking or believing that the number thirteen is bad luck… especially because it truly is just the number four! My feeling is that if you think something is true, and you think it strongly enough, sooner or later it will most likely prove to have some validity in your life.

I feel that much of the bad hype surrounding the number thirteen has to do with the Last Supper, when Jesus and His twelve disciples were present. I doubt if thirteen was considered an unlucky number before that event. One more thing that I know for certain is that my mother never permitted thirteen people to sit down at the table. She felt that having thirteen at the table was a virtual death sentence for someone gift, or someone close to those existing, or maybe a friend or neighbor. I was not going to test her theory.

Inside this book we’ll be discussing the basics of numerology and another type of numerology, known as”Gematria.” Gematria taught that if the numerology of a name determines the significance and mystical significance of the title, and of the thing it describes, then other things with the exact numerological characteristics should be comparable in their fundamental principle. For instance, the number of the devil or demons is 666, and if you look you will find that the only Biblical passage numbered 6:66 is John 6:66, that is,”From this time many of His disciples turned back, and no longer followed Him.” Is this just a coincidence or an accident? Do you think that 666 holds any real message or significance? These questions are part of the theory of Gematria.

]]>I also found that numbers can be quite sexy! I know what I am talking about. In one of my first tasks, as an engineering assistant, I had crushes on almost all of the fifty and hundred engineers with whom I worked. They wore jackets that didn’t match their stained clip-on ties; polyester slacks that were too short; white socks with shoes that were muddy and had run-down heels. During a pressing project, many of them forgot to shave, shower, or cut their hair. Their white shirts almost always needed urgent, and they never left home without their pocket protectors, and eye glasses with tape. The bizarre thing about this scenario is that I managed to see past their physical looks, and go straight to the marvel of their technical minds.

These engineers understood everything not only about numbers but, of course, about the universe! I could ask them anything they would stop whatever they were doing, and stare into space till they had an answer for me. I didn’t always understand the response, which generally involved some sort of calculation, but I did love hearing it!

Of course I eventually married the most lovable, most handsome and modest, cleanest, neatest engineer of them all (even though he did wear a clip-on tie), Jack Keller. Throughout our marriage, Jack was gracious enough to help me through many challenges, many of which were math-related. Of course he jumped at the chance to coauthor this publication.

Needless to say, the most technical parts were written by him.

We hope that this publication will help you to share and enjoy our love for numbers. If there is anything that is too complicated or difficult to understand, I did not write it. Jack did.

Basic Overview of Numerology

- Your SOUL NUMBER reveals your inner, most personal, personal self. It is the underlying motivation that affects your choices and actions, in addition to your subconscious desires and your most deeply inherent attitudes.
- Your PERSONALITY NUMBER shows how you express yourself , your appearance and the image you present, how others see you, your power of attraction and the environment you enjoy most.
- Your DESTINY NUMBER represents your overall aims and the path you will follow in order to accomplish your life’s purpose.
- Your CAREER NUMBER shows your talents and gifts, and the types of professions or vocations for which you are best suited.
- Your MISSING NUMBER shows your areas of weakness and what is underdeveloped in your nature.
- The FIRST INITIAL on your title indicates the most significant quality of your personality and the traits which make you unique in the eyes of other people.
- The FIRST VOWEL of your name reveals your instinctive response to people and situations.

NUMBERS EXPRESS THE HARMONY OF THE UNIVERSE

The entire planet hums with what is known as the Schumann Resonance. It’s calculated to have a mean value of 7.83 Hz. According to ancient mystics, seers and astronomers, this resonance was known as the”grand music of the spheres.”

When astronauts ride the space shuttle from the Earth’s gravitational pull, a simulated vibration is given off within the spacecraft to replicate this resonance.

Do you know that dolphin and whale songs are also measured at 7.83 Hz? This is the vibration of homeostasis, which can be human physical health or calmness. Perhaps dolphins seem to be smiling and expressing unending joy since they float along in the rate of universal stability, 7.83 Hz.

Many people use the”music” of whales and dolphins for healing and regeneration. This is based on the ability of numbers 7.83 Hz.

THE POWER OF NUMBERS

Pythagoras, often called”The Father of Mathematics,” was right when he stated,”The world is built upon the power of numbers.”

Born around 580 B.C. on the island of Samos, he believed that the universe is fundamentally mathematical in nature. He taught that if we understand our incredible interaction with numbers, life can work amazingly well for us.

WE LIVE IN A WORLD OF NUMBERS

My introduction to the world of numbers was well before I started college. What was so amazing is that the first numbers I saw and learned to add were upside down! As a young child growing up in Brooklyn, New York, it was often my job to run across the street to Mr. Cohen’s grocery store to buy whatever comestibles my family wanted.

Mr. Cohen never used an adding machine, since he had one in his head! With his glasses far over his nose, he would take a brown paper bag and pencil and add up a column of numbers that are the total of my purchases. Before leaving home, my mother always admonished me to make sure Mr. Cohen didn’t make a mistake, and that I come home with the right quantity of change. Of course, this put me in a position that was very much like that of Ginger Rogers, who had to keep up with Fred Astaire by dancing backwards. I had to add the same column of numbers that we were being billed, at the exact same time Mr. Cohen added them up with lightning speed, only I had to do it upside down.

My mother was very wise. From the time I started college, I was a mathematical whiz. All I needed was that the columns of numbers I had been adding were upside down!

Playing a key game of”numbers,” he had me sit on one side of a wall, and his mystery guest sit on the other. Live, on the air, Regis told me his celebrity’s birth date … July 6, 1927 … 7-6-1927. I repeated the numbers 7-6-1927 to myself… knowing it would allow me to open the door to knowing the right answer. It was the only advice I was given about his mystery guest. Using these numbers as a focal point, I started to psychically receive certain impressions.

I shut my eyes, and started to give his celeb just a little reading. I said I thought it was a female, and added,”I feel this person is a wonderful mother, with really talented children.” After a few other comments about Regis’ guest, I started to get the initials”J” and”L,” while realizing she had light hair. I heard a little voice in my head say,”Psycho…” Wait, was I being insulted by the world of soul at such a trying moment? No!

I said to Regis,”Is it Janet Leigh?”

The audience screamed and applauded, and Janet Leigh came around to my side of the screen to hug and kiss me. Regis said, Knowing the numbers 7-6-1927 intuitively helped me come up with the correct answer.

When The Merv Griffin Show learned about what I did on Regis’ show, they asked me to do the identical thing. It would also be on live TV, only this time with two secret actors! My first inclination was to run the other way, but against my better judgment, I found myself saying,”Yes, I will try to do it again!” I could feel myself starting to find new gray hairs.

After much secrecy, and keeping me in a cupboard before airtime, the moment of truth finally arrived. After Merv introduced me, I walked out onto his set. I was terrified, and might hear my heart beating in my ears. I was in a cold sweat, and felt faint. Merv asked me for a few celebrity predictions for the year, which I managed to give him. He then gave me the first set of numbersthe birth date of his first mystery guest, July 17, 1917… 7-17-1917… 7-17-1917… 7-17-1917… I said a quiet prayer, and shut my eyes for an instant.

I intuitively felt the individual’s first name started with the letter”P” or was it”D”. … No, it’s a”P” like in”pickle”. … No, that can’t be… why am I seeing a pickle? Just then, I quietly heard in my head,”Not’pickle,’… Phyllis.” Hmmmm …

Phyllis… born 1917… I suddenly realized that it could be Phyllis Diller! I thought to myself that she had been about the ideal age. … I will say it… so what should I make a complete fool out of myself? I have no choice… my head is spinning… I can’t think of anyone else! Help! Someone help me!

“Merv,” I said as calmly as possible,”can it be Phyllis Diller?” He cried that I was correct, and he and Phyllis, who was in a disguise, hugged and kissed me, while the crowd cheered.

I was not as lucky with my following celebrity guess. I repeated the numbers to myself, over and over. … I silently prayed for a response. I was tired… I was not hearing or feeling anything! I was not able to guess that Merv’s mystery guest was Arnold Schwarzenegger. I felt terrible, and felt that I had failed miserably. I vowed never to attempt to play this numbers game ever again.

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