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What's the color of numbers??

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posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 01:23 PM
I believe you hit the nail right on the head when you say "aura" because the way i see numbers and letters they are not as bright as the example i gave in the above post.

It all depends on how much you focus on it. And when reading you tend to focus on the letters which make up the words so you only get a "hint" of it's color. But when i'm reading something really boring or when fast reading the colors become brighter.

The weird thing is when for instance a 5 is printed in yellow i see a yellow 5...but in the back of my head i run into a conflict and without really paying much attention to it know something is wrong but it takes sometime before i detect it.

posted on Feb, 12 2009 @ 02:50 PM
This might be off topic, but I never really associated numbers with colors but with genders. To me, certain numbers are either male or female.

posted on Feb, 13 2009 @ 12:00 AM
reply to post by Striker122

Interesting and not off-topic at all!!!

That's exactly what my question was in the beginning of this thread. If people have certain random associations with things that are usually not related.

It make me think of languages were every noun is either male or female. French for instance, (sea) mer (la ~ (v)),and (ocean) océan (le ~ (m))

Why and how did they decide that everything is either male or female. Maybe they have the same "feeling" with certain concepts as you??


posted on Feb, 13 2009 @ 12:55 AM
This is how I associate numbers with color

Color is measured by frequency.
the numbers they represent are physical functions of wave motion.

Red 780-640 nm .. Orange 640-595 nm .. Yellow 595-570 nm .. Green 570-500 nm .. Blue 500-450 nm .. Violet 450-380 nm

in frequencies (Hz) this is
Red 3,85E+14 4,69E+14 .. Orange 4,69E+14 5,04E+14 .. Yellow 5,04E+14 5,26E+14 .. Green 5,26E+14 6,00E+14 .. Blue 6,00E+14 6,67E+14 .. Violet 6,67E+14 7,89E+14

Once reduced to their root harmonic
we get the musical notes of the C natural music scale
(when the system is calibrated to A-432hz)
which is not only the root of music but also the root
of Natural wave functions.

D 288hz..... 2^41 6,333E+14 474 - Do -Blue
E 324hz..... 2^41 7,125E+14 421 - Re -Indigo
F 341hz..... 2^41 7,504E+14 400 - Mi -Violet
G 384hz..... 2^40 4,222E+14 711 - Fa -Red
A 432hz..... 2^40 4,750E+14 632 - So -Orange
B 486hz..... 2^40 5,344E+14 561 - La -Yellow
C 512hz..... 2^40 5,629E+14 533 - Ti -Green

[edit on 13-2-2009 by Maya432]

posted on Feb, 16 2009 @ 12:06 PM
reply to post by operation mindcrime

That's very interesting you mentioned French and how they give everyday objects and things geners. I actually grew up speaking French as a child, although now I don't really speak it but can understand it.

Maybe there is a connection with French and what I do with numbers?

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