He became fascinated with the idea of relating numbers to words. Every alphabet of the 26 letters can be numbered. For example A is 1 and I is nine and Z is 26 which can be broken down into 2+6=8. Every day he became obsessed with the idea of breaking down words into numbers and he arrived at curious conjectures and coincidences. For example cash can be broken down into c for 3, a for 1, s for 19 which is 1+9=10 which again is 1 and h for 8. Adding cash numerologically would make a bizarre sense of mystic and magical numerology that is 13. Again he asks the question is Cash a lucky 13 or an unlucky one? The answer can be lucky for a person who has much and unlucky for a person who has it in frugality. Again he tried to add God which is 7+6+4 and that gives rise to the number 17 which again is 8. 8 is a curious symbol and its imagery can be the intertwining serpents in the emblem of medicine. It can also imagistically represent Ganesh the elephant and human God. Is this a strange and bizarre coincidence? Again he tried to conjecture Devil which is 4+5+4+9+3 equaling 25 which crazily added yields to 7. 7 is a perfect number, for example 7 days in week and 7 is frequently mentioned in the Revelation as 7 angels and the 7 candle stands. Thinking and thinking he arrived at a world called by himself as nonsenseciousness. He is forever addicted to the world of numbering letters but to till to this day he has been confronted with nonsense.