# Numerology

While in Scandia, I've been cleaning out scads of stuff:  basement -> garage -> recycling.  Today was spent cutting out SSNs and account numbers from old papers so I don't have to burn them in the Firepit (PITA).

Came across this (from an earlier family cookbook I did a while back).  See how well you do with no help from the I'webs.  Honestly, I couldn't even remember some of the answers.  A lot are obvious.  Some you'll never get.  Spoiler guesses.

1.  26 = L of the A.

2.  7 = D of the W.

3.  1001 = A N.

4.  12 = S of the Z.

5.  54 = C in a D (with the J's).

6.  9 = P in the SS.

7.  88 = P K.

8.  13 = S on the A F.

9.  32 = D F at which W F.

10.  18 = H on a G C.

11.  90 = D in a R A.

12.  200 = D for P G in M.

13.  8 = S on a S S.

14.  3 = B M (S H T R).

15.  4 = Q in a G.

16.  24 = H in a D.

17.  1 = W on a U.

18.  5 = D in Z C.

19.  57 = H V.

20.  11 = P on a F B T.

21.  1000 = W that a P is W.

22.  29 = D in F in a L Y.

23.  64 = S on a C B.

24.  40 = D and N of the G F.

25.  76 = T in the B P.

26.  50 = W to L Y L.

27.  99 = B of B on the W.

28.  60 = S in a M.

29.  1 = H on a U.

30.  9 = J on the S C.

31.  7 = B for S B.

32.  21 = D on a D.

33.  7 = W of the A W.

34.  15 = M on a D M C.

35.  13 = P on a C O.

36.  0 = P E has this E N.

37.  66.5 = L of the A C.

38.  28 = B in the H F.

39.  500 = M away from H.

40.  33 = Highest D of S R of F M.

41.  16 = R in the P C.

42.  364.4 = Length of H B in S.

## 35 thoughts on “Numerology”

1. I guessed that for #39, but no idea why it would be correct.

1. Mike says:

Me, too. Just sounded right, but I didn't know why.

Evidently it is....

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1. Mike says:

I think that's why I came up with that answer, but this fits better:

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1. I've seen this before; there are still a handful I can't remember though.

1. New Britain Bo says:

Noice!

2. Mike says:

I don't have the first letter, but pretty sure the rest is:

3. Mike says:

Here's a few more. Some of these I'm surprised we didn't get earlier. Once it clicks, they seem so much more obvious then they are at first glance. Guess that's part of what makes it a fun game.

1. freealonzo says:

You are going to kick yourself in #6

1. Mike says:

I saw 6 in Punmanbowler's list up above, and was quite disappointed in myself that I didn't get it.

And, even though I don't think I would have gotten it anyway....

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1. New Britain Bo says:

Thought about that, but they were back and forthy.

4. New Britain Bo says:

All correct (or mostly correct answers). Clues for those you haven't solved:

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1. SBG says:

I looked up #42 because 364.4 was a weird number to me. Yeah, I would have never gotten that one.

1. New Britain Bo says:

Bing bing bing

1. Beau says:

man, your Santa clue threw me off. Kept thinking D as in deer.

1. Mike says:

Yep!

I had the PC figured out for 41, but didn't know what the R stood for.

1. New Britain Bo says:

In piloting a ship through the Panama Canal, there are sixteen straight segments ("reaches") you need to guide your ship/craft through. As you progress through the canal you will see the next set of signs/lights on the far canal bank that you navigate towards, then at the right point, you shift to the next segment.

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