Newton’s Oneless Key

Of all the figures through out history none have been more central or controversial than that of Jesus Christ. Indeed it is a topic done to death and there is little that can be added in the way of meaningful spiritual interpretation on this subject. At this point “Jesus Christ” has practically lost its meaning and can be used as both a curse and an expression of surprise. It is there for not the purpose of this writing to preach any religious doctrine and instead we shall focus on the most rudimentary of facts being that “Jesus Christ” is not a truly historical name and was designed by anonymous scholars to point to a very specific esoteric meaning. This has been steadily over looked in the debate either for or against religion and something quickly forgot by the lay man and so it bares reminding that Jesus did not in fact call himself “Christ” nor was he referred to as such in his life time. Additionally; we shall also explore the possibility that Sir Isaac Newton left a cipher in the form of the nonsensical phrase; “Nabed Efyhik Wfnzo Cpmfke” (-1) whose meaning has remained hidden until now. And though reading such math divisions can seem tedious it might well be considered given the over all weight of the idea and finding.

The alternate name “Yeshua”; used by Messianic Jews, is alleged to be the more accurate historical name but one question that may be asked is if both “jesus” and “joshua” are corruptions of the same, original name “yeshua” than why has the name of the Bibles’ most central figure been altered? What possible reason would “Jesus Christ” be used over “Yeshua” in the first place? A definition of “Christ” has been listed below:

“Christ (n.)
“the Anointed,” synonymous with and translating to Greek Hebrew mashiah (see messiah), a title given to Jesus of Nazareth; Old English crist (by 830, perhaps 675), from Latin Christus, from Greek khristos “the anointed,” noun use of verbal adjective of khriein “to rub, anoint” (from PIE root *ghrei- “to rub”).
In the primitive Church it was a title, and used with the definite article, but from an early period it was used without it and regarded as part of the proper name of Jesus. It was treated as a proper name in Old English, but not regularly capitalized until 17c. Pronunciation with long -i- is result of Irish missionary work in England, 7c.-8c. The ch- form, regular since c. 1500 in English, was rare before. Capitalization of the word begins 14c. but is not fixed until 17c. The Latin term drove out Old English Hæland “healer, savior,” as the preferred descriptive term for Jesus.” (-2)

What ever the reader may believe about religion there do exist path ways in language that point to things larger than themselves. In this case we find it in the epithet ‘Jesus Christ’ not in the original name ‘Yeshua’, this arrangement indicates the epithet was word-smithed to convey a specific meaning using available number systems. One system of interpretation long ignored by academic scholars is that of gematria. The small miracles of gematria can be so super specific and subtle that its relevance can almost always be popularly done away with as circumstantial. This has lead to gematria being omitted as a medium of serious academic interpretation because it veers too close to the occult, which is full of false positives and contradictions. There also exist many sorts of gematria, Hebrew being one of the most highly developed with all sorts of symmetries in the form of Kabbalah. In this case, if we audit the gematria using the most common keys then we will note a construct that in all likelihood reveals the intention of the epithet ‘Jesus Christ’. Below is the Latin & English Agrippa key else where referred to as the “Jewish” key. (-3) For ease of use we shall call this key the Jewish-Agrippa. Admittedly the confusion regarding the name(s) of this cipher is problematic for writing an academic paper but such is the state of gematria and moreover this writing cannot be legitimately considered one. This is just a simple writing pointing out a simple idea. In any case we shall see that Sir Isaac Newton used these exact keys to wordsmith the aforementioned cipher.

Using this particular set of gematriatic keys; Simple A = 1 B =2 etc, English -which is just Simple multiplied by six; and the Jewish-Agrippa above. See below:

Jesus Christ =151/906/1275 in Simple/english/Jewish-Agrippa respectively. (-4)

One of the most obvious ways to explore the value of these numbers is by dividing them against Pi which is both a transcendental number as well as a universal constant, in this case the Jewish-Agrippa value; 1275 ÷π = 405.8451049.
The resulting 405 is exactly the Jewish value of word #Futhark = 85/510/405. The futhark is an ancient Norse system of 24 characters similar to our English alphabet. This division is such an obvious starting point as it strongly indicates “Jesus Christ” has been deliberately manipulated to be prophetically associated with the #Futhark. That is, the two phrases are linked by way of pathwork in relation the number Pi. The western perspective seems to exclusively associate the prophetic with the description of future events, but this may not be the only interpretation and prophecy may also include the patterns of the gematriatic potentials of the words and phrases. With a little study it becomes clear that prophecy can be likened unto symmetries found between distantly related concepts. The ability to observe and describe these forms may be likened unto prophecy.

From this single calculation we may gather that the epithet “Jesus Christ” has been marked with an association to that of the Futhark. From a believers perspective this is useful because what other means are available in determining the identity of such a figure? Swaths of people; most of them out right lunatics, have claimed to be “Jesus Christ” but none have ever proven such claims in any meaningful way.

One person in recent history who may have had an interest in Runes was Sir Isaac Newton. When We investigate and interpret some the symbolism behind his coat arms we find something very curious. To those familiar with Runes the crossed bones of the coat of arms also appear as the Rune “Gifu“; which looks like the English letter ‘X’. When we apply the Agrippa key to Sir Isaac’s coat of arms we find the most common gematria (Simple/English/Jewish-Agrippa) of the English letter X is as follows:
X = 24/144/300 and when added all together gives us a ‘tritotal’ of ≡ 468

Newton Family Crest

In the first place one will note that X is the 24th letter of the Alphabet which is the exact number of Runes in the Futhark. Secondly, the Rune Gifu represents the sound for our letter “G” and just like our letter “G”, Gifu is the seventh rune in the Futhark. Further; 468 may be considered an auspicious number because its right next to 467; the jewish-Agrippa number for #Alchemy= 67/402/467.
Similar to the construct found in the gematria of Jesus Christ we find another possible clue when we divide 468 by pi; 468÷π = 148.9690267
This is quite significant because 1489 is the exact tritotal gematria of;

Runic Key = 106/636/747 ≡ 1489

Such divisions are easily dismissed as trivial and it is true that none of these numbers amount to anything in the way of scientific proof however if this arrangement is intentional, it shows an arrangement of pathwork that illustrates Newtons proficiency with gematria and number theory in a day when calculators did not exist. Its easy enough for us to view this through the lens of a calculator, the aid of the Internet or especially through study of sites like Wikipedia; but Sir Isaac Newton actually learned and memorized these numbers the hard way with long hand calculations he personally researched! What results is a highly developed personal totem to anchor the ego and structure the personality using math and language.

But what of the Futhark? Is there a means by which this Futhark-alphabet could be numbered beyond a simple numbering? With a little study of existing systems it becomes clear that after a simple numbering of 24; the Futharks’ definitive numbering fits nicely with Primes because the 24th prime number is that of 89; a number loaded with Alchemical symmetries. Although it is important to note that ‘one’ is not a Prime. This may also properly explain the inclusion of the blank rune “Wyrd” in many modern rune sets as a kind of unwritten rule or hint to be interpreted as “No one”. Might this “Oneless” key be intended for counting Runes? Our first clue this was his intention is that the gematria of both #Oneless and #X share the same Jewish-Aggripa value of 300. This makes it obvious to see that there is something being implied and it would seem to be pointing at the numbering of the Elder Futhark. The Bible predicts it, the pathwork surrounding the epithet of Jesus Christ implies it and this arrangement makes a case worth reviewing.
The most logical key for counting the futhark would seem to be simple/oneless/onecount which encompasses whether or not One is to be counted as a prime; with the three counts of 24 characters summing to a grand total of 2164 and giving X (Gifu) the potential value of:

X = 7/17/13 simple/oneless/onecount summing all three of these values gives us a tritotal of ≡ 37. *Remember this is the value of “Gifu” not the English letter X.*

Its clear that Newton was adept enough to research these channels and highly likely he had access to the Keys in question. However; it is also true that we are being somewhat selective about these simple divisions and moreover the question should be asked if Sir Isaac Newton did have something to say he might have just wrote it outright in his science; forcing the question why encode something in the first place? Sir Isaac`s contributions are already so important that science folk are already satisfied. But if Newton was being prophetic than it might make sense to encode it using gematria as a series of lessons or degrees so as to give direction to its reader. It would there for require a trail of reference or pathwork further supporting this likelihood. We find evidence of this in Sir Isaacs’ notes specifically the Fitzwilliam Manuscript in the form of the nonsensical phrase: “Nabed Efyhik Wfnzo Cpmfke”. Could this be some kind of Cipher? We can safely suppose this after consideration of some simple addition of key numbers specifically the “Lost Letter” of the Agrippa referred to as Hi* (and its value of 800). Below is a break down:

Nabed Efyhik Wfnzo Cpmfke = 228/1368/2100 ≡ 3696

2100 + 800 = 2900
2900÷π = 923.0986699… This is a hugely significant number because it just so happens to be the total value of Oneless:

Oneless = 89/534/300 ≡ 923.

Yet another simple division backing this up is:

3696÷2900 = 1.274482759… ÷ π = 0.405680461.

Further still, when we divide the tritotal of the aforementioned #Nabed Efyhik Wfnzo Cpmfke≡ 3696 from the tritotal of #Master Key ≡ 1540 (See below) we find more results leading us back to X:

Master Key = 117/702/721 ≡ 1540

3969 ÷ 1540 = 2.4 … and once again the pathwork leads back to 24.
Newton was highly religious so could this be the Biblical “Key to the bottomless pit” mentioned in the Revelation? Even if not; its clear this brings up far more questions than it answers and all but proves that Newton used the number 2100 to point to this “Oneless Key”. Its important to note that this was likely meant as a “gift” meaning that it should be wrapped or initially concealed in someway. The table above specifically states that the Hi* is an obsolete character, but might this instead be hinting at the entire Futhark? The simple math certainly agrees with this. But again, Sir Isaac Newton never stated this explicitly its just a very symmetrical way of compiling language and at the very least offers us a way to count Runes as well as a novel way to memorize the first 24 Primes. There is a saying that comes from Mafia circles referring to one ‘having made their bones’-to make his bones”, and denotes the status of being a made man. For reference:

Made Man = 51/306/111 ≡ 468. Once again; this is a very auspicious number for many reasons.

This would highly indicate that Sir Isaac Newton interpreted X to be the #Mark of the Beast = 144/864/488 and subsequent groups and organizations arranged their totems accordingly. One will also note that the phrase shares the simple numbering of 144 with that of the English gematria of X. Whether or not X actually is or was the “mark” is open to interpretation and at best this writing only serves to point out a vortex of likelihoods and assumptions based on “hints”; none of which were included in Sir Isaac Newtons actual scientific papers. To conclude; its important to state that all of this was intuited from Sir Isaac Newtons personal coat of arms and notes and its writer is only your humble ‘Runebearer‘ and in no way does its authorship imply originality nor does it imply official membership in Mafia of any kind. This writing is only in celebration of the Norse system of Runes and outlines one possible means of counting them. It should be noted that other systems could potentially be developed as well. There were also many, many interesting calculations I opted not to include because after a certain point the magick leaves the math high and dry and all that is left is the raw fact. It can also be somewhat condescending to walk the reader through such simple calculations, however every once in a while simple math can add up to astonishing results:

Key To The Bottomless Pit = 294/1764/1384
Wyrd = 70/420/1384

The phrase is from the King James Version of the Bible and is variously referred to as the ‘Key to the Abyss’, etc in later translations. In closing we have reviewed one set of keys in our English language and their corresponding gematria, there also exist other keys which may lead to other novel interpretations as well. If you have made it to this part of this brief essay then I would like to extend my greatest thanks for reading this humble writing. Hopefully it was worth your time.


Starless Betide.

(-1) The Fitzwilliam Manuscript:
(-3) Agrippa’s Three Books of Occult Philosophy (1532), Book II: chapter xx.
(-4)For reference use the online calculator:

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