The angel number 111 is a highly optimistic number. It indicates new beginnings, rebirth, and regeneration. The number is considered a good luck charm and it is thought to indicate the birth of the New Year. It is believed to increase fertility, as well as bring prosperity and success, and the numbers 111 and 111, when combined in a row, represent fertility. 111 has been used since time immemorial by magicians as an amulet for good fortune and protection. In modern times the number 111 has also been associated with a good vision. In occult circles, it is often associated with an astrological number. The number 111 was given its name in the Hebrew Bible as the “Number of Eternity”. In the Bible it is mentioned four times:
Exodus 20:10 “And they measured the length of their garment from the shoulder of the one who was to enter into his service to the collar of the other. 11:1 They measured the length of their skirts from the ankle of the one who entered into his service to the knee of the other. 12:5 They measured the length of the cloak about the neck of the person who was entering in. 14:2 They measured the length of the cloak about the neck of the person who entered in to the tent. 16:3 They measured the length of the robe from his shoulder to his hand. 27:4 They measured the length of the coat from the shoulder of the one into which he entered into the tent, till the collar of the other.”
A number of Christian figures are associated with the number 111, including Mary and Jesus.
The number 111, which is also the smallest positive integers, can be found by multiplying each of its digits with itself, in the following manner: 111 x 108 = 111.
The number 111 has been the subject of occult studies from as early as the 14th century, and is believed to play a role in healing and in creating new realities. The 111 is often associated with the number 9 and this association is not limited to a single religion, but is found across the world.
In the New Year ceremonies of many countries including Italy and Brazil, the number 111 is the main element of the ritual. In these ceremonies the number 111 is represented with a coin.
The 111 was also mentioned in the Book of Revelations (Revelation 13:1–7): “And I saw a great white throne, and him that sat on it, having the key of the abyss, and a golden censer; and I saw the dead, small and great, standing before the throne, and books were opened: and another book was opened, which is the scroll of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works. And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. And I heard a voice saying, Come! And I looked, and behold a white horse: and he that sat on him is called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he judges and executes judgment: and he hath clothed him with a vesture dipped in blood: and power is given unto him to execute judgment and to decide between them that are guilty. And I heard another voice saying, Come! And I looked, and behold a black horse: and his name is Death, and Hell is cast into the lake of fire. And I heard a third voice saying, Come! And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name is Glory, and the Lamb of God, and he that sat on him is called The Word of God.”