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More Details about Numerology

Please read below to find out more details about how and why Numerology works.

I think the real reason for this lies in the ancient history of Numerology which most claim started with Pythagoras (I will show you shortly why this is NOT true). As a professional Numerologist I will guide you through what I feel are very important discussions and explanations that will modernize, this once ancient practice of divination called 'Numerology'.


Ancient writing from Crete

The basic principles of Numerology indicate that every number in your birthdate, and every letter in your name (which is converted into a number) hold a specific vibration. Analysis of these numbers provides insights into many different aspects of your life. This enhanced self knowledge allows you to own your strengths and work with them. By Acknowledging your weaknesses you free yourself from attempting to participate in arenas where your natural skills are of little benefit. This knowledge can help you free yourself from projected limitations and directs you towards self knowledge and most importantly self empowerment. Many of these principles are based on the Hebrew Kabbalah and the ancient Judaic system of giving values to letters which is known as Gematria.

The form of Gematria that we use to calculate your numeric vibrations is called the Pythagorean method. It is one of many methods which can be used (see Numerology's History and Numerology Methods for more information). The Pythagorean method indicates each letter with the following Numeric Values:

Pythagorean System

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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  

From the table above you can look up any letter and see the value assigned to that letter for each one. Note that the values of the letters are assigned 'serially' (sequentially), which means one after another.

How does it work?

Some numerologists may use different values for each number, based on Babylonian or on the Hebrew sounds of each letter. My studies here have shown me that these methods are not as appropriate as using the values above which are sometimes called the 'English Cabalah'. William Eisner, An author and numerologist spent a considerable amount of time proving that this method of valuing the letters is the best to use when trying to work with the modern letters in our English alphabet. Foreign language methods have also shown this to be true, since the values assigned to the foreign language alphabets work best when they are numbered sequentially (serially) for the specific alphabet being used (for example Norweigian or Icelandic, etc.) as we have done above.