How to Detect Alphaparallel Letters

Words are created by placing letters in a particular order and sequence. When a letter within a word is in the same place numerically as it is in the order of letters of the alphabet, it is said to be Alphaparallel.

Steps

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    Select a word to contemplate. (e.g Buckingham)
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    Number each letter in order from first to last placing the right numbers beneath the letters they identify. BUCKINGHAM 12345678910
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    Consider letters in the word of your choice which have the same number as their counterparts in the order of the alphabet. In this case letters 3, 7, 8, in the word Buckingham match the letters 3, 7, 8, in the order of the alphabet, therefore we can say that in our example the letters C, G, H, are ALPHAPARALLEL.
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    As a further guide, observe how the names of the author Michael Coldham-Fussell give rise to an ALPHAPARALLEL TRISERIAL OBLIQUE MOTIF when stacked one above each other, with letter 3 in Michael, letter 4 in Coldham, and letter 5 in Fussell each synchronizing with the order of the alphabet in geometric symmetry.

Tips

  • As a hobby, detecting the order and sequence of letters in words can be an interesting alternative to Scrabble or crossword puzzles.

Warnings

  • Some hobbies can become obsessions and this causes the hobbyist to lose perspective and behave unwisely.

Things You'll Need

  • Writing materials
  • Word list
  • Dictionary
  • Notebook.

Article Info

Categories: Codes and Hidden Messaging