Numerology - an Intriguing Study Devoted to Numbers and Individuality - Introduction
Numerology takes its origin in ancient times. First roots of it are dated over 10,000 years ago. It was when fundamental principles of this study had been established in Babylonia and ancient Egypt. The first person to classify all the knowledge of ancient numerologists was Greek scientist Pythagoras. Although he lived nearly 2,600 years ago, his name is well-known even nowadays due to his fascinating theorems and discoveries in mathematics. The modern history of best numerology is believed to begin at the dawn of the 20th century, when L. Dow Balliet together with her associates issued a series of works devoted to this matter. During following decades other scientists got involved too, but popularizing of the science went slowly. But these days, interest for Numerology is restored to its historical level owing to depiction in mass media, continuous research and popular essays.
Physical Explanation of Numerology
In our world, every object vibrates at a certain frequency. If we determine that frequency, we can notice the features and energies that belong to it. Given just the basic information on an individual such as his or her name and date of birth, methods of Numerology allow determining frequency of that individual. A person’s frequency then can be analyzed to reveal peculiarities of his or her character as well as other significant information.
Principal Numeric Conversion
Numerology uses simple mathematical calculations. It deals with multiple-digit numbers by means of digit addition. For example, number 34 is simplified to 7 by summing up 3 + 4. Example of a larger number (year): 1979 = 1 + 9 + 7 + 9 = 26. We get 2-digit number, so we further simplify it to 8 (2 + 6).
Numerological sense exists for following numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 and 22. Numbers 11, 22 are set against the others and are called numerology Master Numbers for their intensified influence. Each of these numerology master numbers is related to the vibration frequencies of objects and people which have corresponding characteristics.
Methods of Numerology also allow representing personal names as numbers. Resulting number is simplified the same way we discussed above. Numeric representation of a letter depends on its position in the alphabet. For example, A represents 1, B – 2, D – 4 and so on. Using the table given below you will easily find corresponding number for any letter of the alphabet.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
A B C D E F G H I
J K L M N O P Q R
S T U V W X Y Z
For faster calculation numerologists uses numerology alphabet software wich provide final numerology alphabet report.
A numerologist can determine 4 basic numeric elements of a person and around 20 modifiers by using straightforward arithmetical formulae on the numbers derived from person’s date of birth and full name. Analysis of a symbolic imprint of calculated elements allows compiling a complete and exact report on the features of given individual. (Note that one half of reported information is derived from the date of birth, and the other half comes from a person’s name).