Isopsephy is the practice of adding the numerical value of the letters in a word and using the result to equate and evaluate other words. The number obtained from adding the numerical values of the letters in a word acts as a bridge to other words.
To create bridges between English words, the 26 letters in the English alphabet are assigned numbers 1 to 26.
A = 1, B = 2, C = 3, D = 4, E = 5, F = 6, G = 7,
H = 8, I = 9, J = 10, K = 11, L = 12, M = 13,
N = 14, O = 15, P = 16, Q = 17, R = 18, S = 19,
T = 20, U = 21, V = 22, W = 23, X = 24, Y = 25,
Z = 26.
Although God and Game are two different words with different meanings, the letters in each word add up to 26.
God = G + O + D
= 7 + 15 + 4
Game = G + A + M + E
= 7 + 1 + 13 + 5
26 is a bridge equating God and Game.
Qi can be used to evaluate Game and God since Qi is numerically equal to 26.
Qi = Q + I
= 17 + 9
God and game are life, since Qi is life energy.
Fun, entertaining, and leisure aspects of God are unlocked by using a specific number as a bridge between Game and God and equating them to life energy.
Two words having the same numerical value but different meanings are yin (6) and yang (9). Creating a bridge between them is using the words to form 69.
Isopsephy, derived from two Greek words translated as “equal” and “pebble,” is literally equal pebble. Each word is figuratively a pebble and balancing two different words on a number is equating two pebbles.
In ancient Greece, pebbles were arranged to form geometric shapes and patterns, as a means of studying geometry and arithmetics.
When arranged, the two pebbles 6 and 9 are a cube. 6, the first pebble, is the six square faces of Rubik’s Cube and 9, the second pebble, is the nine small squares in a square face. Isopsephy is about constructing a bridge between 6 and 9 to form 69.
The two words on the two sides of the bridge are 6 and 9. In a bridge between Game and God, Game is 6, God is 9 and the bridge connecting them to form 69 is 26.
God and Game = 69
= Yin and Yang
= 6 and 9
= 6 × 9
= 5 and 4
= 5 × 4
= 20 (Chi)
Since chi is life energy, isopsephy gives life to words that have the same numerical value.