Friday, December 17, 2010


Also known as decimal "fifteen":

It is the same as "e" - except you just pull in your thumb. Therefore, all your digits should be pulled in, except your little of "pinky".

In "stroke notation" (each stroke having a value of one):
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Tuesday, September 21, 2010


Well, folks, here is another entry: "e". Why that? Because I can only wait so long before I introduce: "Duotrigesimal", also know as "Base Thirty-Two". Here's how it works: 0-9 are the same as decimal (i.e. Base Ten), and "a" through "z", omitting "Ii", "Ll", "Oo", and "Uu" are the respective equivalents of decimal "10" through "31". Then, duotrigesimal "10" equals decimal "32". Clear as mud? If so, please feel free to say so, and I will seek to spell it out in a little more detail.

Sincerely (and, by the way, "I DO love all you great people that visit this blog and pray that you would benefit from it"),


Saturday, July 10, 2010

Hooray for Marqueta! (Twelve, Part II)

Hello! I just realized something! The little and index fingers pointed out, along with the thumb, do not necessarily have a sinister, occultic meaning. As a matter of fact, in sign language, they mean something that actually applies to one of my favorite people: Marqueta Jones Graham! Who is she? A married mother of seven (including Victoria, who is with Jesus right now), who lives in the states. She has a blog called "Sweete Felicity", where I have spent many a fond moment (if not hour) perusing her many amazing pictures, stories, poems, and songs. She is like an older sister to me, as far as I am concerned, and has shown me about as much kindness as anyone I know. So, here is "Twelve revisited", and it is all dedicated to dear sister Marqueta!

Saturday, June 26, 2010


Eight plus Four Plus One

Friday, June 11, 2010


Here is twelve! I have drawn the little and index fingers curled halfway back, lest anyone mistaken the gesture to respresent anything occultic. Note: "Twelve" is simple "Six" moved to the left one digit, and "Three" moved to the left two digits. In other words, in the case of three, six, and twelve, two adjacent (i.e. "side-by-side") digits are completely pulled in.