# Watchtower Calls and Servient Aethyr Angels: the Numerical Connection

I realized that as I’ve been doing Watchtower calls in these latter days gebofal, I’ve added in names of some Aethyric governor zodiacal king pairs, without explaining them enough to you.

The rationale for adding these pairs of names has to do with the calls themselves, which often reference very large numbers. Each Zodiacal king within an Aethyr is assigned a very large number of servient angels, so it occurred to me that these numbers could match, or at least approximate, the number referenced in the call. And after doing some research, that’s exactly what I found:

I was only able to find the large number of 69636 by using Excel Solver Add-in. If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up.

If you’ve been following along, the Aethyrs and their numbers have some neat features: ZIP is not only the first post-abyssal Aethyr, its number, 9, multiplied by 49 (7*7) yields 441, the sum of the numbers of the outer ring of the Sigillum Dei Aemeth; 9 is also the number of rows of 49 cells of letters at the bottom of Leaf 1B.

The number 19 is of interest because that is the number of calls which are unrelated to the Aethyrs. It is also the sum of the number of astrological planets and the number of zodiacal signs.

LIL is of course the highest Aethyr and its number, 1, suggests the unity of the Divine, while 29, seems to be more of interest in relationship to the other Aethyrs. Summed with 1, it becomes 30, the number of Aethyrs. Summed with 19, it becomes 48, the total number of spoken calls, and also the number of classical elements times the number of zodiacal signs.

Note that I did not actually try to solve for the exact number of angels until today, and the only thing that can be solved for now is a superior combination of individual governors adding to 9639. I’ll go ahead and see if that or any of the large numbers from the preceding gebofal Days 31-39 can be reached by adding together smaller numbers of servient angels, as a bit of prospective rectification and penance. Onward!

Update 1: There was no solution for 1636 (for there weren’t enough numbers from the zodiacal king/governor dyads to draw from). MS Excel Solver found there was also no solution for the following large numbers: 1636, 3663, 5678, and 6332. However, there was a solution for 6739, which is the sum of 1367, 1367 (and this number does appear twice within OXO, for Tahamdo/Zarzilg (Sagittarius) and Nociabi/Lavavoth (Capricorn)), 1617 (ZAX, Tabitom/Zarzilg (Sagittarius)), and 2388 (POP, Omagrap/Zinggen (Aquarius)). Of note is that these are the 30th, 43rd, 44th, and 57th dyads: both 30+57 and 43+44=87, which is 29*3.

Together these sum to 174, which has factors of 2, 3, and 29 (which we saw above). The three signs associated with these kings, Sagittarius, Capricorn, and Aquarius, are in astrological order. The numbers of the Aethyrs referenced is also clearly of interest: the 15th Aethyr is referenced twice, suggesting 30, the total number of Aethyrs. POP is once again referenced, which has the number 19; 30+19=49. which is the total number of leaves of Amzes Naghezes Hardeh (Liber Loagaeth). ZAX, the abyssal 10th Aethyr, is referenced; 10+30 = 40, a biblically significant number and the number of cells in the outer ring of the Sigillum Dei Aemeth, as well as the number of rows of cells with words in Leaf 1B (the remaining 9 rows’ cells contain only letters and punctuation). Finally, 10+19 = 29, the number we saw in the analysis of 69636.

I will provide further updates on the remaining numbers as findings of solutions or lack thereof present themselves.

Update 2: Well, that went a LOT faster in Linux LibreCalc! The solution to 7336 was: 2346 (Aethyr 18, ZEN, Nabaomi/Gebabal, Leo, 52nd dyad), 2360 (Aethyr 1, LIL, Pascomb/Zinggen, Aquarius, 2nd dyad) or Aethyr 4, PAZ, Thotanp/Lavavoth, Capricorn, 10th dyad), and 2630 (Aethyr 27, BAG, Labnixp/Lavavoth, Capricorn, 82nd dyad).

To the arithmetic on the Aethyrs, this is: 18+1 = 19, as seen above. 18+4 = 22, the number of letters of the Hebrew alphabet, and 18+4+27 = 49, as seen above. 27+4 = 31, the Gematria of the name of God, El, and 27+1 = 28, which is the number of planets times the number of elements. On the dyads: 2+10= 12, the number signs of the zodiac; 82+52+10 = 144, 12 squared; 82+2 = 84, the number of planets times the number of signs of the zodiac. We also have the total of 54, which we will see at the bottom solution.

8763 has the solution of 1367, 1617, 2388, and 3391. The first two numbers we’ve seen before, in Aethyr 15, OXO, (and in this case it’s for either Tahamdo/Zarzilg (Sagittarius) or Nociabi/Lavavoth (Capricorn)); Aethyr 10, ZAX (Tabitom/Zarzilg (Sagittarius)), Aethyr 19, POP (Omagrap/Zinggen (Aquarius)), and now Aethyr 12, LOE (Ambriol/Ziracah, Taurus). Once again we have 15+15+19=49, 15+15+10=40, and 12+19=31. These are the 30th, 43rd, 44th, 57th, and now the 36th dyads; these sum to 210, which is the number of Aethyrs (or degrees of an astrological sign) times the number of planets.

9639 has the solution of 1367, 1367, 2232, 2306, and 2367. Both 1367s are from Aethyr 15, OXO, for Tahamdo/Zarzilg (Sagittarius) and Nociabi/Lavavoth (Capricorn). 2232 and 2367 are both from Aethyr 22, LIN (Ozidaia/Arfaolg, Pisces; Calzirg/Arfaolg, Pisces). 2306 is from Aethyr 5, LIT (Nocamal/Alpudus, Libra). The interesting Aethyr arithmetic includes is 22+22+5 = 49. These governors and kings are the 14th, 43rd, 44th, 64th, 66th Governor/Zodiacal King dyads. The sum of these is one more than the previous at 211, which is the 47th prime number. It’s also the reverse of 112, which is the number of letters originally in the transmission of Leaf 49, which, if you’ll recall, was to have 5 tables of 21 letters; this call corresponds to the 5th spoken call.

Additional notes: Half (five) of these large numbers had solutions, whereas the other half did not. Note that Capricorn has shown up in all of these solutions (Capricorn is also the only zodiacal king with an 8-letter name: Lavavoth). The differences between each call and their closest number available in an Aethyr is of interest: 1, 3, 7, 19, 20. Those interested in Gematria will note their sum. Also, the directionality of (-1) + (-7) = -8 suggests the Heptarchy (7 kings plus one high king), as does the sum of 3+19+20=42 (the number of ministers to each king/prince dyad).

I have updated the table above.

Update 3: I noticed that there were still a lot of smaller (<=1K) numbers in the calls, and decided to explore these:

[Spoken] Call 13: 42.
Call 12: 28.
Call 11: 5 and 31.
Call 10: 22 and 24, 1000, 1000
Call 9: 2, 8, and 2.5.
Call 8: 26
Call 7: 28
Call 6: 9
Call 5: 1, 2, 19, 19
Call 4: 33 and 456
Call 3: 12, 6, 6, 12, and 456.

These numbers sum to 3249.5. Oddly, I had initially neglected the 1000’s in Call 10, and liked seeing the sum of 1249.5, for this is exactly one half of 2499, which is the number of cells on a side of most of the pages of Amzes Naghezes Hardeh/Liber Loagaeth (2401) plus the number of sides of the pages thereof (98). Then it occurred to me that 1000 has a relationship to the call it appears in, 10, which is to say, its cube. This might be a rationale to exclude it. If I keep add even divisibility to the mix, then 28 (from Call 7) and 12, 6, 6, 12, and 456 (Call 3) should be excluded, for a total of 757.5; these digits come to 24. Its double, 1515, comes to 12, or if you add the 15’s, then you get 30, which is obviously important to Enochian.

I like 1249.5 better. ðŸ˜€