# Re: [tor-talk] Pattern In Tor Addresses

```On Fri, Aug 15, 2014 at 5:07 AM, Ben Healey <chewy0914@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Below is they address changed into numbers.
> Letters changed into numbers starting with a-1 through z-26.
> The numbers are the numbers 1.2.3......
>
> I then added all them together.
>
> Then divided the totals by 2.
>
> Results:
> -----
> 8 2 4 2 13 23 19 20 18 6 11 12 2 19 9 6        174 /2 87  /2 43.5
> 2 7 9 3 2 7 7 8 21 8 18 5 7 2 4 4              114 /2 57  /2 28.5
> 26 17 11 20 8 3 21 9 13 22 24 7 12 6 18 9      226 /2 113 /2 56.5
> 16 7 10 1 6 3 6 26 15 5 1 18 10 15 6 9         154 /2 77  /2 38.5
> 5 8 1 2 11 8 14 20 17 10 4 20 3 11 10 17       161 /2 80.5
> 11 4 10 13 4 5 3 3 16 14 19 6 5 4 3 3          123 /2 61.5
> 2 7 9 3 2 7 7 8 21 8 18 5 7 2 4 4              114 /2 57  /2  28.5
> 2 12 3 10 7 3 20 1 12 21 8 23 9 4 24 5         164 /2 82  /2  41 /2 20.5
>
> They all seem to at some point end in a half number???

I continued on your research to see if I could find a pattern, and I
found something very interesting.
I took all the numbers you found, put them next to each other, like "8
2 4 ... 2 7 9 3 ... 4 24 5". Then I removed the duplicates and sorted
this list so I got them in a better order, like "1 2 ... 24 26".
If I print a line for every number which has the same width as the
actual number, I got a triangle like this:

1: #
2: ##
3: ###
4: ####
5: #####
6: ######
...

Just like the triangle associated with the Illuminati. I think the Tor
developers have a lot to explain here.
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