Hidden Messages Found in the Miles Davis Album "Kind of Blue"

Trumpeter Miles Davis' 1959 album Kind of Blue is the best-selling Jazz album of all time and considered by many critics to be the greatest in history.  Let's examine its song titles and see how each one quite easily fits the parameters of Dreamtime Code, The Alphabet Conspiracy.  Only 5 songs, it is not a long process, and the ways which the titles fit the code are not tricky at all.  The most important tenet of the code is the "Rule of 3", the complete overuse of the 3rd, 6th, 9th, 13th, 16th, 19th, 23rd and 26th letters compared to all others.  The public opinion of the ideas which these "3" letters symbolize is thereby strengthened.

1.  "So What"
S.W. = 19-23
This title follows the “Rule of 3” because both words start with “3” letters.  S (19) and W (23) are among the strongest letters according to the code.  Basically, S (19) symbolizes Sex and W (23) symbolizes World and War.  Star Wars, the most popular film of all time, has these same initials and was titled with extreme purpose.  Combining letters strengthens the association of the ideas which they symbolize.

2. "Freddie Freeloader"
F.F. = 6-6
Alliteration is a very common way to follow the “Rule of 3”.  See also: Miami Marlins (13-13), Pittsburgh Pirates (16-16), Washington Wizards (23-23).  The code basically makes the assertion that F (6) is stronger than G (7).  

3. "Blue In Green"
B.I.G. = 2-9-7
Semantics and color symbolism add further ironic layers over the numerology.  A phrase like "Blue in Green" implies the strength of Green compared to Blue because Green is encompassing Blue.  Interestingly, the album's title also suggests a weak Blue: "It's kind of blue."  Alternatively, one could interpret kind as meaning kindness.  It that case, kindness is of blueness, implying a relationship in which blueness encompasses kindness.

The initials B.I.G (2-9-7) are immediately notable because they spell the common word.  Additionally, B (2) added to G (7) actually equals I (9).  The rapper "The Notorious B.I.G." spells out the same letters.  The film Big uses the same letters.  These example tell us that this group of initials correctly follows the parameters of the code.  Although the 7th letter G it is not "strong" compared to the left-sided "3" letters, it is certainly no less important.

4. "All Blues"
A.B. = 1-2
The code prefers to ascend the alphabet rather than descend.  See Rubber Soul (R.S., 18-19), Home Improvement (H.I., 8-9), Indiana Jones (I.J., 9-10), Family Guy (F.G., 6-7).  A contrary phrase like "Born Again" (a Notorious B.I.G. album) has similar evocations, but is inextricably different.  At the beginning of the alphabet, the code is more nebulous.  C.D. (3-4), D.C. (4-3), B.C. (2-3), and C.B. (3-2) are all used commonly in order to trivialize the code's existence by using the earliest letters and to complicate the code's sophistication by representing things of different minutely personality.

5. "Flamenco Sketches"
F.S. = 6-19
Another simple example, F.S. follows the "Rule of 3" as the combination of "3" letters F (6) and S (19).

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