Throughout recorded history mankind’s fascination with numbers , letters and words have taken many extreme twist and turns as we try and explain the origin of not only written language, but the birth of mathematics’ as well our deepest philosophical thoughts.
It is difficult at best too try to pinpoint the origin of how we first began to see the world through the prism of numbers. Nevertheless, we cannot ignore the historical proofs and speculation of how numbers play an integral part in our everyday life, and has shaped everything we know about life here on earth and the prospect of life beyond our blue sphere.
I developed the concept of the Sum of all Numbers by studying many patterns of number-letter-word, schemes or theories written down through the annual of antiquity, and many of the great philosophical minds throughout the annual of human development of speculative thought.
However, the system created here will allow you to be able to define with historical accuracy how number-letters –words; do interact with everything we have come to understand as a philosophical truth. Nevertheless, with any theory, there will always be room for improvement or simply dismissal of it as mere speculation, the beauty of being human is that we all have our own opinion and ideologies of how the world works. This is not a religious view nor a scientific work but purely a philosophical work. With that said there is still a lot to be said about the accuracy of how this system can be applied to reward the user with not only great insight and wisdom but can even enrich one with monetary rewards when the system is used in its proper and understandable design.
Within this work is a brief history of numbers to help the user come to grips with many of the historical ideas associated with each number and the Pythagorean numerical scheme reducing all numbers to a single digit, which is key in understanding how the system works, and can be used. This is only one point of view of the history of numbers. There are many but I have found this system the most accurate and lest cumbersome to explain what is really a simple concept made complicated by adding unnecessary speculative thoughts that only over burdens the student or scholar with a lot of silliness with no historical meaning or factual results. Keep it simple is how I view philosophical theories, at the end of the day everything began with a simple concept we over think things and in doing so the actual purpose of the design has been