More to come, but here's a few notes building on §04 to start people off toying with this.

(Brief explanatory opener — AQ values have, bracketed, single-lemur derivations (utilizing a tangential method to the later application of the hex cycle — accessible (without documentation) in the xeno.cx gematrix (briefly stated (each step continuously applied, and prioritized in order): sum pairs — 3=147; 6=285 — sum same-cycle numbers)), and decimal reduction of the AQ.)

Decimal numerals listed with values in primitive method & AQ:

ZERO (₱ 4) = AQ 100 (= 10 = 1)

ONE (₱ 3) = AQ 61 (= 7)

TWO (₱ 3) = AQ 85 (= 4)

THREE (₱ 5) = AQ 101 (= 20 = 2)

FOUR (₱ 4) = AQ 96 (= 6)

FIVE (₱ 4) = AQ 78 (= 87 = 6)

SIX (₱ 3) = AQ 79 (= 97 = 7)

SEVEN (₱ 5) = AQ 110 (= 20 = 2)

EIGHT (₱ 5) = AQ 94 (= 4)

NINE (₱ 4) = AQ 78 (= 87 = 6)

Instructions from §04 followed, including supplementary information from above, along with sums of both ₱ and AQ values for a given syzygy:

Restating my previous phrasing:

"Gate of Five Angles" is thus Gate-190, the total sum of all natural numbers from 1 to 19.

1+9 = 10

You really like doing this, don't you? ;)

"FIVE ANGLES" = AQ-190

→ 190 (base-10) = 5A (base-36)

So... 5 Angles.

"SUMERIAN IDEAL YEAR" = AQ-333

→ Actually you missed by 27 =)

"QABBALISTIC ODDMENTS" = AQ-360

→ Now you did it! Hahaha.

you devil worshiper zhpl, you witchcraft bad man

More to come, but here's a few notes building on §04 to start people off toying with this.

(Brief explanatory opener — AQ values have, bracketed, single-lemur derivations (utilizing a tangential method to the later application of the hex cycle — accessible (without documentation) in the xeno.cx gematrix (briefly stated (each step continuously applied, and prioritized in order): sum pairs — 3=147; 6=285 — sum same-cycle numbers)), and decimal reduction of the AQ.)

Decimal numerals listed with values in primitive method & AQ:

ZERO (₱ 4) = AQ 100 (= 10 = 1)

ONE (₱ 3) = AQ 61 (= 7)

TWO (₱ 3) = AQ 85 (= 4)

THREE (₱ 5) = AQ 101 (= 20 = 2)

FOUR (₱ 4) = AQ 96 (= 6)

FIVE (₱ 4) = AQ 78 (= 87 = 6)

SIX (₱ 3) = AQ 79 (= 97 = 7)

SEVEN (₱ 5) = AQ 110 (= 20 = 2)

EIGHT (₱ 5) = AQ 94 (= 4)

NINE (₱ 4) = AQ 78 (= 87 = 6)

Instructions from §04 followed, including supplementary information from above, along with sums of both ₱ and AQ values for a given syzygy:

ZERO (₱ 4) (AQ 100 (= 10 = 1)) + NINE (₱ 4) (AQ 78 (= 87 = 6)) = (₱ 8) (AQ 178 (= 70 = 7)).

ONE (₱ 3) (AQ 61 (=7)) + EIGHT (₱ 5) (AQ 94 (= 4)) = (₱ 8) (AQ 155 (= 20 = 2)).

TWO (₱ 3) (AQ 85 (= 4)) + SEVEN (₱ 5) (AQ 110 (= 20 = 2)) = (₱ 8) (AQ 195 (= 51 = 6)).

THREE (₱ 5) (AQ 101 (= 20 = 2)) + SIX (₱ 3) (AQ 79 (= 97 = 7) = (₱ 8) (AQ 180 (= 81 = 9)).

FOUR (₱ 4) (AQ 96 (= 6)) + FIVE (₱ 4) (AQ 78 (= 87 = 6)) = (₱ 8) (AQ 174 (= 30 = 3)).

A "modest" AQ-driven case for a different ordering, that constructs further pairings:

SIX + THREE (= AQ 180 (= 81 = 9)).

TWO + SEVEN (= AQ 195 (= 51 = 6)).

FIVE + FOUR (= AQ 174 (= 30 = 3)).

(195 + 174 = 369 (= 63 = 9)) (51 + 30 = 81 = 9) (6 + 3 = 9).

ONE + EIGHT (AQ 155 (= 20 = 2)).

NINE + ZERO (AQ 178 (= 70 = 7)).

(155 + 178 = 333 (= 63 = 9)) (20 + 70 = 90 = 9) (2 + 7 = 9).