There are two types of repeating Angel Numbers. One type is when you see the same repeating number, (like, 111 or 333). The other type is when you see the same repeating “sequence” of numbers, (like, 1212 or 2323).
Each type is considered a repeating number, but they are clearly of different classifications. The first classification is when the number itself is repeated. This means it is a sequential constant. I’ll show you what that means, and what it looks like, in a moment.
The second type is when a subset of numbers is repeated, (such as, 7272, or 2277), and is most often considered as a term, as opposed to a constant. I’ll show you what that means, too.
Therefore, depending on the classification, the interpretation of a repeating angel number may not be the same. The short story is that it depends on whether the number is a sequential constant, (a series root), or a “term” in a series.
This article will show you the difference, and the technique I use to determine how the number in question is constructed.
The First Classification Of Repeating Number
The first type of classification of repeated numbers is when all the numbers are the same. This can be interpreted as a sequential constant. It is basically the lowest form of building block of other sequences. This is important because almost all figurate angel number vectors can be mapped to a sequential constant.
Figurate numbers form an external shape, like: triangle, square, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, cube, the platonic solids, etc., which are the building blocks of the physical world. Therefore, when you see angel numbers that are from a figurate sequence, it is referring to what Spiritual Vectors calls, “Outer” numbers, as opposed to Inner numbers.
Those types of numbers refer to the outer, or external, world. It is also precisely where the Sacred Geometries come from. Here’s a very quick study [but offers a few fantastic secrets]!
The Connection Between Repeating Angel Numbers And The Sacred Geometry
Though somewhat off topic, I want to give you a quick example, to clarify the intersection of: figurate numbers, the sacred geometries, and the repeating number — which is the sequential constant.
Many people ask, for example, “What does the hexagon symbolize?” And, the answer is: it depends on which hexagon; the regular hexagon or the centered hexagon. Here’s why.
The Regular (Non-centered) Hexagon
There are two, (two dimensional), Hexagons being referred to. There is the hex, (or the centered hexagon), and there is the outline of the centered hexagon, which is simply called the regular hexagon.
The regular hexagon looks like as follows (see pic on left); and is reduced to a sequential constant of 4, as shown below the numbered stacked hexagons.
As you can see, the differences, (subtraction), between any consecutive set of hexagonal numbers decomposes into a new series. That new series, however, has a constant difference of 4. Any decomposition after that is zero.
The Centered Hexagon
The other hexagon being referred to is the centered hexagon, which is constructed around a center; the dot in the middle. This makes it concentric.
But, notice when we deconstruct the centered hexagon, it decomposes into a sequential constant of 6. Any decomposition after that is zero.
Clearly these two hexagonal patterns are not the same. One has a root meaning associated with the number 4, (which is foundational in its meaning, like the square). And the other, the centered hexagon, is rooted with the number 6, (which is the smallest “perfect” number).
Each of these examples demonstrate how repeating numbers can “construct” patterns in the Outer world. These figurate numbers and sequences are constructed from a base of sequential constants of a repeating number.
Concluding The First Classification Of Repeating Numbers
These root numbers describe the very foundation of Numerology, Angel Numbers, and the Pythagorean philosophy of divine communication through numbers. Numbers are the language of the universe, and through numbers the universe can be understood.
In this case we took a short look at how certain number sequences are constructed, (by deconstructing them), to find how they are composed.
And so, if you are seeing this type of repeated number, it is showing you directly that, that number “is” your primary position, (in this case, expressed as a number), from which you can then “build” an amazing array of other vectors.
In short, that’s what this first type of repeating number is. It is a root building block from which other vectors are built. In a discussion about life vectors (another article), you’ll see how this same process comes into play.
The Second Classification Of Repeating Numbers
The second type of repeating numbers is when a subset of numbers is repeated, such as: 4545, or 5577. Even mirrored numbers, in a sense, are another form of repeating numbers, but from the inside-out. Examples are: 1221, or 1001.
These numbers can be the points, (or positions), along the “spoke” of a vector, and they can be Inner or Outer numbers.
The Geometry Of The Second Type Of Repeating Number
It has a repeating pattern of 34, and is also a part of a, (hidden), geometric pattern. But it is not itself a figurate number. See the article above on Angel Number 3434, and you will find that it is a member of a “spoke” on a triangular spiral.
It’s vector has a series of numbers that begin as follows: 0, 2, 10, 24, 44, 70, 102, 140, 184, 234, 290, 352, 420, 494, 574, 660, 752, 850, 954, 1064, 1180, 1302, 1430, 1564, 1704, 1850, 2002, 2160, 2324, 2494, 2670, 2852, 3040, 3234, 3434, 3640, 3852, 4070, 4294, 4524, 4760, 5002, 5250, 5504, 5764, …
Now watch the beauty of how this number is constructed using the same technique described above. [3434 decomposition]
And in case you haven’t noticed, anywhere along that vector, the numbers will decompose into its sequential constant as the repeating number 6. For example:
… 3234, 3434, 3640, 3852 …
… 200, 206, 212 …
… 6, 6, …
From here, you can now see that the second type of repeating number, which is not a building block, but merely a “member” of a vector, can be constructed from the same type of base.
In this case, a centered hexagon and a spoke from a triangular spiral were constructed from the same repeating number = 6.
When It’s The Same Number
Repeating numbers often form the base that allow for the construction of other numbers and number sequences, as you’ve seen.
Thus, when you go to interpret an angel number that is itself a sequence of the same number, it means that your strength, or power, is from that particular base number.
When It’s A Different Number
If the number consists of a group of repeating numbers, (like 5151 – which consists of two groups of 51), you may need to determine which number series vector it belongs to, in order to find its base. Otherwise, you are strictly limited to its digital root, and that doesn’t really tell you much.
These types of repeating numbers may, or may not, be “terms” that belong to a series. If it’s an Outer number, (i.e., a figurate number), it surely belongs to a series, and it’s the series that should be decomposed into a base number for interpretation.
That’s because any number along that vector is just a step. You want the root that drives, or constructs that vector. That is the root of the interpretation of the number.
You can look at a leaf, or you can see the whole tree.