Many people today believe that if heaven exists, Prince is now an angel. Many people also believe that he was before he passed. If angels speak a language, it just can't be English. Neither can it just be Hebrew, called a Holy language, or Greek, which is said to be spoken by the Gods. Maybe there are some angels who speak English, German, Spanish, Japanese, or any other earthly language. But they must also have a language of their own. Renaissance-era English occultists John Dee and Edward Kelley claimed that a language they called Enochian was revealed to them by angels. If there was some pure and perfect language of the angels, it would probably have a magical symmetry and geometry, made in the impersonation of mathematics. The placement of every letter would have a significance and grander truth.
In this language, a simple phrase like "let's review" would have deeper meaning than just a simple combination of words. So, "Let's Review" the code, the Mass Media's crusade to change English into a sacred language. The pairing L.R. (12-18) is extremely common in the mass media because L and R are the 12th and 18th letters of the alphabet, and 12/18 = .666. Prince's famous single "Little Red Corvette", from his album 1999, consists of the L.R. and R.C. pairs. The pairing R.C. (18-3) is also prevalent because R and C are the 18th and 3rd letters of the alphabet, and 18/3 = 6, which strengthens the 6th letter F through ratio. Three-word titles can be summarized as a pair of two-initial pairings. In this case, both are commonly used in the mass media alphabet code.
The 10 other tracks on 1999 are all notable uses of the letter code. The numerical title track "1999" represents an idea, not just a year. It follows the code's main "Rule of 3" as the combination of multiples of 3 and 1, a strengthening number. The initialized "D.M.S.R." (4-13-19-18) should attract immediate attention and speculation because it is initials. "All The Critics Love U in New York" is provocative because of the inclusion of "U". In cases such as this, U (21) is a placeholder for something of greater importance than just a letter signifying a pronoun. The implied statement is "All the critics in New York love [U]." "U" may represent fame, fortune, popularity, or independence. In any event, there is definitely subversive rhetoric going on here.
Prince used letters and numbers "cutely" throughout his career (3121, N.E.W.S., Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic, 20Ten), a tactic meant to trivialize the existence of the code. Single-word titles "Automatic", "Delirious" and "Free" also marginalize the code's existence. "Something In The Water (Does Not Compute)" is remarkably the same as Nirvana's "Something In the Way" (S.I.T.W., 19-9-20-23), and James Taylor's "Something In The Way She Moves" (S.I.T.W.S.M., 19-9-20-23-19-13), all of which follow the "Rule of 3". The parenthetical "Does Not Compute" is a reference to the public's inability to recognize the code's existence. D.N.C. moves to 4-14-3, not following the "Rule of 3", but certainly still possessing an intended numerological significance. "Let's Pretend We're Married" moves to L.P.W.M., 12-16-23-13. P.W.M. follows the "Rule of 3" because each letter possesses a multiple of 3 according to its order in the alphabet. We know that L.P. follows the code because of its prevalence, including Lonely Planet (books), "Love Pains" (song), and the vinyl record format. It is comparably rarer than pairings which follow the "Rule of 3", however is used in instances which call for it.
Lastly, "Lady Cab Driver", and "International Lover" do not follow the "Rule of 3", but instead project a femininity which Prince wished to harness. In opposition to the masculine M (13) letter, L (12) is feminine, standing for ideas related to "Love", "Lust" and "Lady". As a performer whose image is connected to sexuality and women, these titles make sense. More masculine songs might instead have the initials M.C.D. (13-3-4) and I.M (9-13), following the "Rule of 3". In order for the code's truth to resound infinitely, every piece of media must be titled so that its initials represent the piece itself.
Many entries throughout Prince's vast catalog utilize the code's main tenet, the "Rule of 3". In the following Prince singles, the only initials are "3" letters, those which posses a multiple of 3 according to their place in alphabet, or the catalyzing letters A, B, D, J (10) and T (20). "Soft And Wet" (S.A.W., 19-1-23), "Still Waiting" (S.W., 19-23), "Sexy Dancer" (S.D., 19-4), "When Doves Cry" (W.D.C., 23-4-3), "Dirty Mind" (D.M., 13-4), "Do Me, Baby" (D.M.B, 4-13-2), "Alphabet St." (A.S., 1-19), "Sexy MF" (S.M.F., 19-13-6), "The Morning Papers" (T.M.P., 20-13-16), "Pink Cashmere" (P.C. 16-3), "Black Sweat" (B.S., 2-19), and "Breakfast Can Wait" (B.C.W., 2-3-23). Some non-singles which are more perfect examples of the "Rule of 3" include "Sometimes It Snows In April" (S.I.S.I.A., 19-9-19-9-1), "Pussy Control" (P.C. 16-3), "Christopher Tracy's Parade" (C.T.P., 3-20-16), and "Baby I'm A Star" (B.I.A.S., 2-9-1-19).
Now you know about the code. You have the power. You are no longer being lead. You are using the revelation of the number and alphabet conspiracy to your advantage. The Media-Government no longer has all the cards, because The Wall has been broken. At least, the bricks are falling down. This code has been universally used throughout all media titles for the past century. Its existence, although omnipresent, is not registered consciously in one's mind. When something is consistently hidden in plain sight without recognition, the effect on the psyche is deep and profound. It depends on the mind upon which it is acting. Happy people will become ecstatic. Depressed people may become inconsolable. For everyone together, it teaches the unknowable, which is a great lesson to learn. Dreamtime Code, The Illuminati Alphabet, the Conspiracy of Letters and Numbers is as simple or as complicated as you like. Like the Illuminati, it is everywhere. Every item published in the mass media for the past century follows its principles.