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Eleven   •   11

Onze - Once - On bir - Jedanaest - Ενδέκα


Sin, transgression. As the ten is the law and perfect, the eleven is the overrun to both. The eleven goes a step beyond the perfect ten. It goes to the next full number, which is the twelve. Thus eleven has one step missing. Therefore the eleven is the outbreak of a closed system.
In modern numerology it is a master number. It is the sum of one, the number of creation and the will, and the ten, the number of breakthrough. Also, all products of 11 (22, 33, 44 ..) are considered master numbers. It also means balance and strength.
 

Bible

After the betrayal of Judas, an excuse must be found to complete the circle of twelve. The biblical ten commandments, whose borders beeing transgressed by one step beyond the law. Therefore eleven could be interpreted as the sin.

Babylon

The eleven rays of Marduk, the eleven-stringed harp of Telloh.

Yoruba religion

Power over the sexual desire, mediation of messages between people and the Orishas

 

 

Digit sum:

2

Factors:

Primzahl

Own sum:

11 + 11 = 22

Sum of digits: 4

Own product:

11 x 11 = 121

Sum of digits: 4

Own exponent:

1111 = 285311670611

Sum of digits: 41
Base 9 = 5

Quotients:

100 / 11 = 9 Rest 1
1000 / 11 = 90 Rest 10

Sum:

∑ 11 = 66

Sum of digits: 12
Base 9 = 3

Fakultory:

11! = 39916800

Sum of digits: 36
Base 9 = 9

Magic sum of the 11x11-Square:

M(11) = 671

Sum of digits: 14
Base 9 = 5

Dual numer:

1011

Hexadecimal number:

B

Octal number:

13

Arabic cipher:

۱۱

Latin cipher:

XI

Indian cipher:

੧੧

Thai cipher:

๑๑

Chinese cipher:

十一

Cheiro value:

2

Pythagoras value:

2

Rider-Waite-Smith-Tarot:

Justice

Tarot de Marseilles:

La Force

Letter value:

20

English:

K

Latin:

L

Greek:

κ (Kappa)

Hebrew:

כ (Kaph, "Open hand")

Arabic:

ك (Kaf)

Armenic:

Ի (Ini)

Georgic:

კ (Kan)

Cyrillic:

К (Ka)

Coptic:

(Kappa)

Ancient egyptian:

 

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