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Beyond August 6, 1962: The Secret History of Jamaica Vol.1


Flag of Jamaica{{{coat_alt}}}The Secret History

of  Jamaica is found

in the code of  the 

Black Cat Archetype 19.

The Black Cat Archetype 19 maintains that throughout all major events in history we can identify the feline archetype in one form or the other.

The presence of the feline archetype is hidden, thus  a province of the occult/spiritual sciences, namely astrology and numerology.

Black refers to not only to the origin of the Black Cat Archetype 19, which is in Africa and with her immediate descendants. Black  also refers to the application of the feline archetype through the spiritual arts and can be best understood with the terms “Black Magic” or “Black Arts”.

“Black” is used as a reference to “Black people” as well as to the use of the spiritual disciplines which are covered by terms such as but not limited to “spirituality”,  “alchemy”, “occult”, “numerology” and “astrology”.

Thus in this context “Black Cat” refers to the application of the feline archetype in the various disciplines of the occult namely astrology and numerology.

The signature number associated with the Black Cat Archetype is 19 because under  Chaldean numerology, the term “Black Cat” equals 19.

While 19 is the signature number, the Black Cat Archetype can and does exists with other numbers. The complete term “Black Cat Archetype 19” indicates the phenomenon observed and it is not exclusive to 19 and does appear with other numbers as we will see later on.

Through the historical events of chattel slavery, migration, cultural appropriation, cultural diffusion and outright theft, the Black Cat Archetype 19 is a universal phenomenon, whether or not it is recognized as such.

The Black Cat Archetype 19 exists in all societies, all religions, all races and it is not the possession of any one/sole particular ideological group or moral position.


Jamaican History: Black Cat Archetype 19 Analysis

The Black Cat Archetype 19 can be identified in Jamaican history via the numbers 5, 8, 11 and 19.

Interestingly enough, Jamaica on May 31, 2018 implemented an additional area code which is “658”. “658”=6+5+8=19.

The date when the additional area code was implemented was on May 31 2018 gives us two additional numbers previously mentioned which are 5 and 11. The month of “May” gives us 5, for it is the 5th month of the year. “2018”=2+0+1+8=11.

5, 8, 11 and 19 are also expressed in other ways.  For example, 14 is another manifestation of the number 5 for “14” is 1+4=5.

The number 5 is deeply embedded in the creation of Jamaica on so many levels begining with the date of Jamaica independence.

The date of Jamaican independence on August 6, 1962 falls under the Leo zodiac sign. Leo is the 5th zodiac sign in astrology. 

Leo is a prime example of how the Black Cat Archetype 19 can appear/exist and be associated with a number other than 19.

Leo is a member of the cat/feline family and its image/archetype is being used in the spiritual/occult discipline of astrology.

Furthermore , August 6, 1962 equals: 8 + 6+ 18=32; 32=3+2=5.

It is not a coincidence that the date of Jamaican independence would share the same Leo zodiac sign as the great son of Jamaica, the Hon. Marcus Garvey who was born on August 17, 1887. August 17, 1887 is also governed by the Leo zodiac sign!

The spirit of Garvey has left its imprint on all institutions of Jamaica. The Leo zodiac sign shared with the date of Jamaica’s independence is not the only example of the spiritual impact of Garvey’s legacy.

The administration of  Jamaica consists of 14 parishes. Remember “14” is another manifestation of 5. 

Marcus Garvey returned to the ancestors on June 10, 1940. “1940” equals 1+9+4+0=14=1+4=5.

The people credited by most historians as being the original inhabitants of Jamaica are the Arawaks/Taino people. The name they used to refer to the island was ” Xaymaca”, from which the name Jamaica is derieved.  ” Xaymaca” equals 23 under Pythagorean numerology. “23”=2+3=5. 

The word “Taino” also equals five.  Using Pythagorean method of numerology, “Taino” equals 14, which is also the total number of parishes in Jamaica. “14”=1+4=5. 

The phrase “Jamaican Patois” under Chaldean Numerology equals  41 and “41” becomes 4+1=5.

The Maroons who escaped slavery by armed rebellion and beat the British to remain free also share in the esoteric legacy of Jamaica.  Using the Pythagorean system of numerology “Maroons” =32=3+2=5.  Marcus Garvey was a descendant of the Maroons!

One of the famous Maroons in Jamaica is Nanny, also known as Queen Nanny. “Nanny” has five letters and equals 23 under so-called Pythagorean Numerology system. “23”=2+3=5.

Jamaica has 5 Jamaican Orders of the Societies of Honour with the highest being the Order of National Hero.

Queen Nanny of the Maroons was awarded  posthumously the Order of National Hero in 1976. “1976”= 1+9+7+6=23; 2+3=5.

Nanny of the Maroons has also been honored by being placed on the Jamaican $500 dollar bill. “500”= 5+0+0=5.

Jamaican Money 2016
Samuel Sharpe was also awarded posthumously the Order of National Hero and he is on the Jamaican $50 dollar bill. “50”=5+0=5. Sharpe an “enslaved Jamaican man who was the leader of the widespread 1832 Baptist War slave rebellion (also known as the Christmas Rebellion) in Jamaica.”

The Baptist War slave rebellion/Christmas Rebellion was Jamaica’s largest slave rebellion, where 14 whites and 200 Africans were killed. “1832”=1+8+3+2=14=1+4=5. “14 whites killed”=14=1+4=5. Samuel Sharpe death is recorded as taking place on May 23, 1832.

We can identify the number 5 in several ways in the date “May 23, 1832“.  May is the 5th month of the year. “23”=2+3=5. “1832”=1+8+3+2=14=1+4=5. With the date of death of Samuel Sharpe we have the manifestation of  5-5-5. The reader is encouraged to explore the meaning of 5-5-5.

Jamaican Money 2016

According to Samuel Momodu on the Black Past website:

“The Baptist War, also known as the Christmas Rebellion, was an eleven-day rebellion that mobilized as many as sixty thousand of Jamaica’s three hundred thousand slaves in 1831–1832. It was considered the largest slave rebellion in the British Caribbean.

The name Christmas Rebellion came from the fact that the uprising began shortly after December 25. It was also called the Baptist War because many of the rebels were Baptist in faith. ”

The coordinates of Jamaica’s capital of Kingston are located on 17°58′17″N 76°47′35″W.

Not including the letter “W” or the word “West”; 76°47′35″W, when simplified gives us: 7+6+4+7+3+5=32=3+2=5

The total area of Jamaica equals  4,244 sq miles. “4,244” = 4+2+4+4=14=1+4=5.

The Number 8 & Jamaican History

We see the number “8” with the month of August, which is the 8th month of  the Gregorian calendar that is currently used by Jamaican as well as Western society as a whole.

Marcus Garvey was born on the 8th month which is August.

Marcus Garvey was born on the 17th day of August, 1887. “17”=1+7=8.

The year of Marcus Garvey’s birth”1887″ equals 1+8+8+7=24. Another way of understanding 24 is 8X3=24 or 8+8+8=24.

Furthermore 888 is the esoteric expression of the “Christ”.

According to one writer on the subject states:

“The number of Jesus is 888. Using the Greek Ionic Ciphered Numeral System scientifically proves this. In this system, each letter of the Greek alphabet is assigned a numerical value. The name of Jesus in Greek is spelled I H S O U S(iota, eta, sigma, omicron, upsilon, sigma). Substituting in the Greek numeral system the equivalent numerical values to each letter in the name of Jesus and adding them up, the total is 888. The values of each letter are: iota, 10; eta, 8; sigma, 200; omicron, 70; upsilon, 400; sigma, 200. The sum of 10 + 8 + 200 + 70 + 400 + 200 is 888.”

Others maintain that 888 is the number of “Christ” due to the associations of the Biblical Jesus with the number 8 in Luke 2:21,

Luke 9:28-29 and the 8 times Christ is said to have “shown himself alive.”

As a sidebar the reader should observe the numbers associated with the above mentioned Luke verses, are consistent with the current line of discourse. “Luke 2:21”, not including the word “Luke”;2+2+1=5.  Following the same logic: Luke 9:28-29=9+2+8=19.  Remember 5 and 19 are numbers strongly expressed in Jamaican history.

The number 8 is attributed with principles of “resurrection, “regeneration”, “new order of creation” and “new beginning”.

Patois, the “defacto” language for the Jamaican people is rooted in the pattern identified by Black Cat Archetype 19 analysis. “Patois” equals “26” under  the so-called Pythagorean numerology system. “26”= 2+6=8.

Jamaica is located 215km from the Cayman Islands and “215”=2+1+5=8.

The number “8” also appears in one of the major challenges that confront Jamaican society which is violence.

According to Wikipedia:

“When Jamaica gained independence in 1962, the murder rate was 3.9 per 100,000 inhabitants, one of the lowest in the world.

In 2005, Jamaica had 1,674 murders for a murder rate of 58 per 100,000 people.

Jamaica recorded 1,680 murders in 2009.

In 2010, there were 1,428.

In 2011, 1,125.

2012 saw 1,097;

2013 1,200.

2014 totaled 1,192;

2015 1,450 and

2016 1,350.

1,616 murders were reported in 2017.”

“Violence” has 8 letters and whose value under Chaldean  numerology is “35”.

“35” when simplified to its single digit expression becomes: “35”=3+5=8.

Jamaica is still a member of the British commonwealth and as such, has  Elizabeth II  as its monarch.

Elizabeth II was born on April 21, 1926 and there are 13,256 days from her birth to the August 6, 1962, the so-called date of independence of Jamaica. “13,256”= 1+3+2+5+6=17=1+7=8.

There were 107 days between Elizabeth II’s April 21, 1962 birthday and the day of Jamaican independence on August 6, 1962.  “107”=1+0+7=8.

The reader should observe that the year of both Elizabeth II’s date of birth and year of Jamaica’s independence have the same digits. 1926 vs. 1962.

The Number 11 & Jamaican History

The number 11 appears in numerous ways with Jamaica which will be demonstrated when we apply the Black Cat Archetype 19 analysis to the name and geography of the island nation.

The name Jamaica equals 38 when the value of each letter is determined by its alphabetical order:









“38”= 3+8=11.

Jamaica independence took place on August 6, 1962  11 days before Marcus Garvey’s 75th birthday on August 17, 1962.

We see 11 in the coordinates of Jamaica’s capital of Kingston which are located on 17°58′17″N 76°47′35″W.  Not including the letter “N”, when simplified we get: 1+7+5+8+1+7=29=2+9=


The total area for Jamaica is 10,991 km2 , where “10,991”= 10+9+9+1=29=2+9=11.

Jamaica according to most recent reports is said to have 92% of population classified as “Black”.

Removing the percentage symbol from “92%”; 9+2=11.

Furthermore, the word “Black” under both Chaldean and Pythagorean numerology equals 11.

The distance from Jamaica to Hispaniola, where nations of Dominican Republic and Haiti are located  is 191km. “191”=1+9+1=11.

One of the products Jamaica is known for is Ganja. The word “GANJA”= 11 under the Chaldean system of numerology.

The Number 19 & Beyond In  Jamaican History

Marcus Garvey is credited with leading the largest Black mass movement in history and his spiritual legacy runs deep in all facets of Jamaican culture.

Jamaican achieved its independence in the month of his birth and 8,092 days from his death/ return to the ancestors on June 10, 1940.

“8,092”= 8+0+9+2=19.


Marcus GarveyMarcus Garvey

Jamaica spans “10,990 square kilometres (4,240 sq mi) in area.”



Reggae is one of the powerful cultural creations from Jamaica that has given it internal strength and international recognition.

“Reggage” equals  19 under the Chaldean system of numerology. 

While everyone who is involved in Reggae is not a Leo or has a birthdate or name  that equals 19, the Reggae “enterprise” is a Black Archetype 19 activity,  no matter what the  nationality, ethnicity or quality of the music involved.

We see the presence of the number 19 not only in the word Reggae itself, but also with the major spiritual and cultural symbols of the music.

The strength of the original expression of Reggae was the Rastafarian community.

When they first appeared on the scene, the Rastafarian community were ostracized and looked down upon.

Rastafarian community expressed many of the esoteric aspects associated with Jamaican history.

The word “Rastafari” equals 23 under the Chaldean numerology sytem. “23”=2+3=5.

Rastafarians are referred to as “RASTAS” in everyday conversation in Jamaican society.

RASTAS=14 under Chaldean numerology, 14 which is the number of parishes in Jamaica, equals 5: 14=1+4=5.

RASTA= 14 under Pythagorean numerology, 14 as mentioned above is 14=1+4=5.

As we have previously covered 5 is a major esoteric number associated with Jamaica.

Rastas are connected to the history of Africa;  in particular the legacy of Marcus Garvey, country of Ethiopia and the legacy of  Haile Selassie.

Haile Selassie ruled as Emperor of Ethiopia from 1930 to 1974.  Haile Selassie was a member of the Ethiopian Othrodox Church and when he become Emperor of Ethiopia he was crowned:

Negusa Nagast, literally King of Kings, rendered in English as “Emperor”. Upon his ascension, he took as his regnal name Haile Selassie I. Haile means in Ge’ez “Power of” and Selassie means trinity—therefore Haile Selassie roughly translates to “Power of the Trinity”.

Haile Selassie’s full title in office was “By the Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah, His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, King of Kings of Ethiopia, Elect of God”.

This title reflects Ethiopian dynastic traditions, which hold that all monarchs must trace their lineage to Menelik I, who was the offspring of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba.”

Just as Jamaican independence and Marcus Garvey are associated with Leo the Lion of astrology,  Rastafarian faith was associated with the Lion of Judah in the personage of Emperor Haile Selassie!

Haile Selassie visited Jamaica on Thursday, April 21, 1966.  “April 21, 1966″= 4+2+1+1+9+6+6=29=2+9=11.

When you start from Sunday, Thursday is the 5th day of the week.

In all aspects of Reggae music we can identify the Black Cat Archetype 19, this includes with one of the famous ambassadors of Reggae, the original Wailers: Peter Tosh, Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer.


Peter Tosh lived from October 19, 1944 to September 11, 1987.

We can readily identify the number 19 in his date of birth and the number 11 in his date of his death:

“October 19, 1944″= 1+0+1+9+1+9+4+4=29=2+9=11.

“September 11, 1987″= 9+1+1+1+9+8+7=36=3+6=9

Notice 9-11?

October is referred to as “Black Cat Month”.  The zodiac sign for September 11 is Virgo. The word “VIRGO” equals 19 under Chaldean numerology.

Bob Marley lived from  February 6, 1945 to May 11,1981.

February 6th falls under the Aquarius zodiac sign. Aquarius is the 11th sign of the zodiac. The ruling element of Aquarius is air.     “AIR”=1+9+9=19.

Marley’s date of death occurred on the 5th month of the year.

Marley’s date of death “May 11, 1981″= 5+1+1+1+9+8+1=26=2+6=8.

Like Peter Tosh, we can observe 9-11 with Bob Marley. Marley’s  date of birth on “February 6, 1945″=2+6+1+9+4+5=27=2+7=9.   And Marley died on the 11th day of May.

Both Peter and Bob expressed the numbers 11 and 19 in their lives:


Peter Tosh born on 19th of October, 1944.

Bob Marley year of birth of 1945=1+9+4+5=19.

Bob Marley year of death on 1981= 1+9+8+1=19.


Peter Tosh date of birth on October 19, 1984=29=2+9=11.

Peter Tosh died on the 11th day of  September, 1987.

Bob Marley died on the 11th day of May, 1981.

Marley’s full name “Robert Nesta Marley” under Chaldean Numerology equals 56; 56=5+6=11.

Bob Marley zodiac sign is Aquarius is the 11th sign of zodiac.


Black Cat Archetype 19

The month of  Peter Tosh’s birth October is known as “Black  Cat Month”.

The element associated with Bob Marley’s zodiac sign is “AIR”.  AIR= 19.

Peter Tosh’s death took place during the Virgo zodiac cycle. “VIRGO”= 19 under Chaldean Numerology.

Before there was Bob Marley & The Wailers,  there was just “The Wailers”.

“The Wailers” under  Chaldean Numerology equals 35, “35”=3+5=8.  The number 8 is a reference to the month of Jamaican independence, which is August.

The surviving singer of the original Wailers is Bunny Wailer born on  April 10, 1947.

“April 10, 1947″=4+1+0+1+9+4+7=26=2+6=8.

April 10, 1947 falls under the Aries zodiac sign and is ruled by the element of FIRE.  “FIRE” equals 38 under Pythagorean method of numerology; 38=3+8=11.

“Bunny” equals 19 under Chaldean Numerology.

Like his former bandmates, Bunny Wailer expresses in his life the numbers 11 and 19.

To be continued…

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