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Master number 44, also fairly rare, is a highly valued number not only in the world of spirituality but also in the world of mathematics.
With the double digit of the 4 we have to look first to the basics of the number 4.
Pythagorean, students of Pythagoras called number 4 the Tetraktys, determine it as a sacred number, besides the number 10.
The number 10 is the sum of the first four, the “noblest” of the natural numbers known at that time, because 1 plus 2 plus 3 plus 4 equals 10.
In their sense one could form a divine, equilateral triangle from the first four numbers. Thus four individual parts became a whole again.
Master number 44 is a Palindrome, meaning read forwards or backwards it is identical.
If you divide 44 by 4 the result is 11, divided by 2 the result is 22 and if you deduct 11 from 44 you have a result of 33.
The cross sum of 44 is 8.
All that means that master number 44 contains the vibrations of the master numbers 11, 22, and 33 as well as the numbers 2, 4 and 8.
Having the vibrations of three master numbers while being a master number itself is extremely rare but also extremely powerful.
Also we cannot forget that with the fact that 44 is the amplification of 4 we also have the representation of the 4 directions on earth:
East, South, West, and North.
In the old testament blood if summarized has the numerical code 44 (4_40), pointing to the fact that blood was shed on earth by the death of Abel, who was murdered through the hands of his brother Cain, who was the first born man on earth.
The first time it appears in the Bible is in the 4th chapter.
It represents sacrifice through suffering, pain and loss.
Pronouncing number 4 in Japanese sounds almost identical to the word death. With 44 the negative connotation is doubled and therefore in houses the 4th and the 44th floor are usually missing.
If we tie all those facts together, we can say that master number 44 is representing earth and the suffering on it.
It also symbolizes the creation of perfection and correction.
Now let me point out that the cross sum of 2020 is indeed the number 4.
That might explain some of the strange occurrences we all have to live through here on earth this year.