Examples of Pseudonumerology® in use
Mathematical numbers: the number e

(Didn't learn the pseudonumerals?  Learn to pseudospell now!)

2.718281828459045   "Negative, innovative - unfairly, bizzarely"
      ("e is negative and innovative, and when treated unfairly, behaves bizzarely".)

        This is neat, with only four interesting pseudonumes for a 16-digit number.
        But such a series of adjectives and adverbs is actually very hard to remember!
        You could easily become confused and remember it as:
        "e is innovative but negative, and behaves bizzarely when treated unfairly " And that is not exactly e!

        It is much better to link visual nouns.  With such links, there is never any mix up.
        See the example of the number pi, and try it yourself.

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