My younger years  AL II76

Hello,
Today I was talking with my Father (Biological, for those of you must know) about our past adventures in themelitic space. It has been some time since I have been invloved in any type of magickal working. However, I still think and understand magick. For some reason unknown to me I find my self describing my Themelic beleifs to all kinds of spiritual enquestors. I distill it down to: "I am a man who seeks all forms of truth, thru science and investigation." Okay, enough of my bio.
A long time ago, back in 1990, I was working on decoding AL II76. Code breaking was interesting to me at the time, and I was also learning about the kabala and reading The Book of the Law. So the code was my first initiation into numerology. I think I was about 15 when I first started reading the book and 17 before I tried to find some meaning to it.
After working toghether with others in meditation and ceramony, I sat down with a close friend of the family, and showed my failed attempts at trying to apply the code to magic squares. My first logical idea, after seeing the abrahabdra solution to magick squares.
Then I got the idea to use a standard code breaking technique thru numerology. My friend helping me, gave me some insights and helped with the math. Never been good at adding up numbers. She showed me how to use gometria to find hidden meaning of numbers.
I found a solution (Lost now) where everything added up to 666. The way I recall it was that I took the first character in the sequence, counted 'x' number of characters from the left to the right, wrote the number down along with it's value, and then used the new value as the next number and counted, so on and so on. From what I remember, we allways came to the number 666, then kept the same position, and started counting again, starting over from 0 and creating a new "Magickal Word". Always adding up to 666.
I also recall using this approach with the code on The Book of the Law. Where each character's value was derived using numerology, then starting in the first chapter the first word, counting 'x' number of characters from left to right, writting the new character down with it's value, and then moving to the next letter in the code and so on. Also starting over each time the "Magical Word" was equal to 666.
The magickal words were giberish to me. However, I would like to take the words and put them into an anagram engine, and see if there is anything to it.
I would like to know if anyone else has tried this, and if they arrived at the same results. I would also like to know what the numerical process I used is called. I know it must have a name, just don't know what it is. I don't know it might give me a better insight into myself.
The part which is lost in this solution is: the number system I used: Crowley's, My Father's, or serial alphabetical. And when Gometria was used to find 666.
I did some searches today, but did not find anything like this aproach. I did find the Mars Square solution. Hmm, why didn't I think of that? Hehe.
93/93

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

93,
I always thought it was hilarious that most people who 'solve the riddle' of II:76 know the answer in advance and simply seek ways to find it. That is, people go into it thinking they will find some clever additionscheme to get them to 418 or 666... So what? If we already know what it will say ahead of time, what exactly is the point? If you get to e=mc^2 after 3,000 pages of calculations some might praise you but I would call it a gigantic waste of time... we already know e=mc^2 (in the analogy, that 418 & 66 are significant and soughtfor numbers) and that is the meat of it
IAO131