How about some meta numbers to see if something might ring a bell. Being the pin head accountant I've assembled the number of pages and lines in TTTTA:
A couple are striking; 432, 124.5, and 37.
There are 432 pages in the book, inclusive of the very front and very back covers per the first edition available at archive.org. 432 is meaningful from many perspectives but I find it meaningful by its relation to John Dee's 'philosopher stone' number, 252 (so considered in John Egan's incredible book "In Decoding Dee's Monas Hieroglyphica"). Dee is a hidden source of Gann numbers, in my opinion, based on my discovery of hidden references to him in my level 2 study of TTTTA. 252 is one tenth "a time" (Daniel and Revelation). Unlike the greater counterpart which is the smallest number divisible by all single digits, 252 is not divisible by 5 or 8. 252 is 180 or half the circle less than 432. Both are divisible by 36 but only 432 is divisible by 72. And when 432 is divided by 72 the result is pretty close to the angle of the Great Pyramid. Far too many properties of similarity and difference to recount.
37 is a revered number by Rosicrucians and Masons for, among other things, its relation to Pythagoras' 3 4 5 triangle:
And the third number is 124.52 or the square root of the pages of TTTTA. Recall Robert Gordon circumnavigated the earth in 6 days and slightly less than 5 hours (check it). That was "park bench time" as I call it. If a person sitting on a park bench on July 21, 1932 watched RG depart at 7am, and sat there continuously for 6 and nearly 5 hours, he would see Robert return at just before noon of the seventh day. The park bench reprobate would also have seen the sun rise 6 times. Robert, on the other hand, would have seen seen the sun rise 5 times because he was traveling east to west. I've written extensively about this and it was an 'aha' moment when I derived the 124.52 from the spreadsheet. The park bench bum would have counted between 148 and 149 hours between the time he saw Robert leave and return to "Mammouth"---he would have seen the sun rise 6 times. Robert, would have seen 5 sunrises and if he was counting according to the sun having risen he would have counted between 124 and 125 hours.
Three numbers worth pondering, Hmmm, there's a 3. Perhaps worth pondering as well.