The 39 Theory
The 39 Theory
First hand, I allow the primary interpretation of my theory to correlate around this one statement: Everything that is done is ruled and measured by mathematics and numbers.
This is inevitable. From the Bible to any regard of human action, numbers rule and permeate life to a degree of how things are determined and figured.
The 39 theory begins as does my innocent decision to call myself, as a rapper, Maxx 39. I was in tenth grade; my friend Alberto came to me and told me to decide on a rap name, for it was ridiculous, to him, to be known simply as Maxx. The number 39 came to my head from the effect of 3 and 9 being my favorite numbers. I always liked those numbers because of how they revolved around me in natural ways. Being born in 1993, on the 3rd of October, always wearing jersey number 9 as a Little League Baseball player, and the list can go on.
Since that day in High School, I have always gone by 39. Everyone who knows my artistry calls me 39 and that is how it goes. As I grew up and came to a lot of realizations, it has struck me how special numbers are as well as how incredibly powerful the number 39 really is.
So let us start from the beginning. These following statements are based on obvious facts and require no large amount of studies and research to birth a conclusion. These are all realizations from my own mind and are finally being written out for you to read and understand.
For starters, technically there are only 10 numbers. When counting 0-9, these 10 numbers are the foundation to mathematics, be it that these numbers are the centerpieces to any greater number other than the single digit or sum itself. When we take zero out of consideration, due to the fact that it represents nothing, we are left with 1-9.
When you look at a calculator or a phone, you notice that the 9 numbers are lined up 3 by 3, with 0 being grouped alone or with other miscellaneous objects. This already begins the mathematic relationship between 3 and 9. In the case your phone or calculator is like the one I’m looking at, then it is placed as so:
1 | 2 | 3
4 | 5 | 6
7 | 8 | 9
Calculators have this same diagram but mirrored, horizontally.
Now, the aforementioned first pattern is important; 3 3’s is 9. This display is continued within all the numbers. The numbers on the ends of the banks are actually the leaders (so-to-speak) of the banks. Turning our diagram into this:
3 | 6 | 9
1 | 2 | 3
4 | 5 | 6
7 | 8 | 9
We can take any number from this bank, times it by three, and have the overall single digit summation be the numbers “leader”.
For example, take 7 with its leader being 3. 7 + 7 + 7 = 21…2 + 1 = 3
Take 5 with its leader being 6. 5 + 5 + 5 = 15…1 +5 = 6
Take 9 with its leader being 9. 9 + 9 + 9 = 18…1+8 = 9
This understanding has helped me further know the power of numbers and realize how fun math actually is. I use to despise math from grade school to high school. But after evolving and maturing, I have comprehended that math and numbers are as fun and enjoyable as the next thing.
So with the primary viewpoint out of the way, let us move on to a broader spectrum.
You have heard the phrase and song, 3 is the Magic Number? Well, School House Rock was on to something, as well as De La Soul.
The way humans function can be narrowed down to mathematical equation. When I say “function”, I am expressing a rationale that describes the simplest way in which humans actively live. This relates to morality and nature.
This notion dates back to religious text; among others, The Bible is my key example: The Holy Trinity; God being the primary entity, manifesting his flesh and his spirit-The Father, Son and Holy Spirit. All entities are indeed God, however the Spirit is the being within us humans and the Son, Jesus, is the physical-human representation. Despite your beliefs, all points are important to fully clarify God, in the Christian outlook.
Relating back to when I stated: The way humans function can be narrowed down to mathematical equation; I am making the assessment based on basic, natural actions in which we take part in as a species. Morality plays a part, due to the overall premise of “good and evil” being a factor in which we act.
Let us take the “good.” What defines us as good? Being kind, generous, loving, polite, respectable, honorable, truthful and sincere to positive conception, can largely define “good” in context. What defines evil? Being mean, greedy, hateful, spiteful, rude, distrustful, lying, and acting in negative conception, might cover the basics of “evil”, contextually.
Our primitive brains tell us to be good, 100% of the time, allowing the presence of temptation and greed to be the only thing steering us to negativity, right? Well, not exactly.
From my perspective, the grips of positivity or good, and negativity or evil, are one with us at all times. We are in possession of both Peace and Disturbance. The mathematics comes in around this part of the explanation, so we’re almost there.
Left off 1/26/17…
As I read all of this, I am happy that I finally have been able to draw out my theory; having said that, I feel as though I don’t want to make this too complicated. Instead of deleting the previously written material, I will keep and just come straight out on what I want you to understand from me.
Basically and simply, Mathematics (along with Science) rules us all. From my simple perspective, I assess this to be true. The power of what Mathematics is and does is so incredible that I do not need to explain further.
The beauty of 39 is that ultimately, it manifests into 3-3+9=12, 1+2=3-and with the mathematic foundation of the number 3, along with its preceding divisible numbers, I personally observe this number to hold Divine meaning and (so-to-speak) power.
The 3, 6, and 9 in my stance, hold representation of the self. 3 representing our Light
6 representing our Darkness
9 representing the Balance of the two
I don’t know how much more I can pour into this but at this moment, I will complete this piece.
Thank you for reading