The Meanings of Numbers – Part 4 of 4

The meanings of numbers part 4

 

The Meanings of Numbers

Across history, many cultures and faiths have given their own meanings and interpretations to numbers. As you know, the roulette table has all of the numbers from 0-36 on it, so we decided to take a look at some of the more interesting meanings that have been attached to numbers, as well as how they relate to the game of roulette. Also, we’ll let you know why roulette is also known as The Devil’s Game.

 

Below you’ll find a list of every number on the roulette table, along with a tidbit or two of trivia to going along with that number in an effort to explain some of the many number meanings that exist all around our world. After learning the meaning of each number, perhaps you’ll have to reconsider what your favorite lucky numbers are?

 

The Meanings of Numbers From 31 To 36

31 – This is a lucky number for musicians because there are 31 triads in music theory. It’s music to the ears to hear that roulette ball drop into the right slot, that’s for sure.

 

32 – Here’s another one for the music fans. In his lifetime, Beethoven completed exactly 32 sonnets for piano.

 

33 – It’s said that Alexander The Great could have died at the age of 33. That certainly makes this a lucky number if you were one of his enemies.

 

34 – The number 34 has various significances across cultures, generally seen as a lucky number since 3+4=7.

 

35 – 35mm film is popular both for motion pictures as well as for photography. It’s also the former Jersey number of retired Chicago Blackhawk’s great Tony Esposito. If you’re under the age of 35 and you want to be President of the United States of America, you’re out of luck since it’s the minimum age that one must be to run for President.

 

36 – The 36 Views of Mount Fuji are a famous collection of paintings by a Japanese artist named Katsushika Hokusai. It’s also, of course, the highest number on the roulette table and one of either 37 or 38 total numbers when you include the zero or the double zero, depending on which style of Roulette wheel you’re playing on. The American wheel has two zeros, whereas the European roulette wheel has but one.

 

The Devil’s Game

We’ve seen that a lot of numbers have their own spiritual significance in numerous religions and faiths, but why is roulette nicknamed “The Devil’s Game”? Well, we mentioned that the number 666 had some significance much earlier on in our list, and the reason that this relates to roulette is quite simple. If you add up all of the numbers on the roulette board, you’re left with… You guessed it… 666, the Number of the Beast. Sometimes, however, you’ve just got to put on your pretty shoes and dance with the devil.

 

What Are Your Lucky Numbers?

Have any of these tidbits changed your lucky numbers? Knowing number meanings can be a fun exercise, but it’s important to remember that the roulette table is random and there’s just as much of a chance of the roulette ball landing in any given number’s slot as it has of landing on any other number. Unless, of course, you decide to believe in some of the superstitions and facts that we’ve laid out in this article, of course, in which case anything’s possible!

I hope you enjoyed The Meanings of Numbers article.