Introduction to Numerology
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Introduction to Numerology

Numerology is the study of numbers, and the occult manner in which they reflect certain aptitudes and character tendencies, as an integral part of the cosmic plan. Each letter has a numeric value that provides a related cosmic vibration. The sum of the numbers in your birth date and the sum of value derived from the letters in the name provide an interrelation of vibrations. These numbers show a great deal about character, purpose in life, what motivates, and where talents may lie. Experts in numerology use the numbers to determine the best time for major moves and activities in life. Numerology is used to decide when to invest, when to marry, when to travel, when to change jobs, or relocate.

Many believe the history of numerology goes back more than 10,000 years. Pythagoras, the Greek mathematician who live from 569-470 B.C., is said to be the originator of much of what we call numerology today. I suspect more has been written on the subject in this century than in all of the preceding thousands of years.

Numerology is perhaps the easiest of the occult arts to understand and use. All you need is the birth date and the complete name of an individual to unlock all of the secrets that the numbers hold. There are eleven numbers used in constructing Numerology charts. These numbers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, and 22. Larger numbers that occur from adding the numbers in the complete birth date or from the values assigned to each name, are reduced by adding the digits together until the sum achieved is one of the core numbers. Merely add the components of the larger number together (repeatedly, if necessary) until a single digit (or the "master" numbers 11 or 22) results. Each of these number represents different characteristics and expressions.

Letters and numbers you will learn are always one and the same. Here is a chart of the values assigned to each of the letters in our alphebet:

A-J-S = 1     B-K-T=2     C-L-U=3     D-M-V=4     E-N-W=5

F-O-X=6     G-P-Y=7     H-Q-Z=8     I-R=9