Monday, July 11, 2016

"7/11" - Esoteric Constructions in the Alphabet by Dennis Fetcho

"7/11", or more appropriately, "SEVEN" and "ELEVEN", provides us with multiple means of masking Pi into a 26 digit Letter/Number/Sound philosophical system. This article will shed some light as to the complexity of these operations, their means of execution, and the implications and opportunities for creating myriad "anchors" within the Alphabet.

"7/11" and the Acroamatic Cipher

Lets first review some of the basic elements of the Construction. A primary element is that known as "the Acroamatic Cipher". Says Manley P. Hall in Secret Teachings of All Ages,
"The religious and philosophical writings of all nations abound with acroamatic cryptograms, that is, parables and allegories. The acroamatic is unique in that the document containing it may be translated or reprinted without affecting the cryptogram. Parables and allegories have been used since remote antiquity to present moral truths in an attractive and understandable manner. The acroamatic cryptogram is a pictorial cipher drawn in words and its symbolism must be so interpreted. The Old and New Testaments of the Jews, the writings of Plato and Aristotle, Homer's Odyssey and Iliad, Virgil's Æneid, The Metamorphosis of Apuleius, and Æsop's Fables are outstanding examples of acroamatic cryptography in which are concealed the deepest and most sublime truths of ancient mystical philosophy...
...The creation myths of the world are acroamatic cryptograms, and the deities of the various pantheons are only cryptic characters which, if properly understood, become the constituents of a divine alphabet."

As embodied in Speculative Freemasonry, this search for "the Truth" comprised a search for "the Lost Word".  This "Lost Word" was encoded as a "divine Alphabet".

As Manley P. Hall explains, the various "creation myths of the world" abound with "acoamatic ciphers" that are, in turn, concealing a "sacred Alphabet".  In the story of "Adam and Eve", we are able to demonstrate precisely what was meant by a "divine Alphabet".



  1. I'd found/read some of Fetch's blog about a couple of months ago, but didn't know he'd started blogging again! Thanks for this. :)

  2. You're very welocme Mir, (my other account)

  3. Always discovering great stuff on this Blog! Divine, Sacred, Lost....all have my mind racing. Clicking on "Continue" now :)

    1. I'm working on something new concerning magic squares. I only have a slow computer right now so I'm not posting as much. Hope to get that fixed pretty soon.

    2. +JE Aggas, so glad you posted this comment, I'd not have been back over here because the Blogger on my shiny new non-Blog gadget didn't say you had new posts (even now as I say this, I double-checked the URL and refreshed, but no dice! Weird!