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Introduction to Numerology

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1 Introduction to Numerology on Sat Oct 29, 2011 10:15 pm

There are many forms of Numerological calculation systems. When determining which method works best for you, you should spend time testing and doing readings with each method to find which one you are most comfortable with and then learn to refine and perfect that method until it becomes your own unique method of Numerological interpretation. There are many Numerological systems which have been passed down from time immemorial, since the beginning of the use of Numbers. Most of them follow the same way path of valuing letters and numbers according to the position which they fall in the alphabet, and the sound which is created by the human voice when enunciating that particular letter. If we are to trace the system back to it's origin, it would have to be to the very earliest continent of Mu, which would have passed the system on to the Egyptians, who then in turned would have passed it on to the Greeks, Hebrews, etc. Surprisingly if we arrange the modern Western alphabet in a similar fashion, we find that the alignment of letters/sounds to values is quite acceptable! It approximates almost exactly the Hebrew system, which is one of the first systems where there is an actual documentation of the sounds and values of each letter, as well as a spiritual attribute assigned to each sound which is pronounced. Following the Hebrew tradition, the entire Bible was written without the use of Vowels, since the vowels contain the 'essence' or God like attribute of each spoken verse and cannot be written. If you think about it, no words would be pronounceable at all without vowels! One system which does fall outside of the normal valuation system is the Chaldean. For some reason unknown to me there is a belief among some people that the Chaldean system is correct since it values it's letters based on sound, and because it does NOT use the number nine, since it is sacred and meant to contain all other numbers. It seems that if this is the case, then why would the Chaldean system use the exact same descriptions for the 1-9, 11, 22 numeric values that are used by the Pythagoreans and by the Kabbalistic systems? Also, contrary to widely held beliefs the Western System does very neatly assign the sounds to the values, and nearly identically with the Kabbalistic system! The Western system is almost identical with the system used by the Babylonians since at least the Eighth Century BC!


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