The universe is full of mysteries that challenge our current knowledge and understanding.
Are they true? You decide.
The fascination with Mathematics, Geometry and the Connectedness of all things has been in history for thousands of years. Skeptics and Fans worldwide realize there is a pattern in nature and the universe.
Were numbers discovered or invented?
In the development of numbers and systems of numbers, did we discover the hidden coding of the universe? Is mathematics, in the words of Galileo, the language of God? Or is math just a human-created system that happens to correspond with natural laws and structures? There is no definitive answer to this question, but mathematicians tend to side with one of several compelling theories.
First, there is the Platonic theory. Greek philosopher Plato argued that math is a discoverable system that underlines the structure of the universe. In other words, the universe is made of math and the more we understand this vast interplay of numbers, the more we can understand nature itself. To put it more bluntly, mathematics exists independent of humans — that it was here before we evolved and will continue on long after we’re extinct.
The opposing argument, therefore, is that math is a man-made tool — an abstraction free of time and space that merely corresponds with the universe. Just consider elliptical planetary orbits. While such an elliptical trajectory provides astronomers with a close approximation of the planet’s movement, it’s not a perfect one (source: Dehaene).
Several theories expand on this idea.
- The logistic theory, for instance, holds that math is an extension of human reasoning and logic.
- The intuitionistic theory defines math as a system of purely mental constructs that are internally consistent.
- The formalist theory argues that mathematics boils down to the manipulation of man-made symbols. In other words, these theories propose that math is a kind of analogy that draws a line between concepts and real events.
- The fictionalist theory, while less popular, even goes so far as to equate mathematics with fairy tales: scientifically useful fictions. In other words, 1 + 1 = 2 might enable us to understand how the universe works, but it isn’t a “true” statement.
Who’s right? Who’s wrong?
There’s ultimately no way to know, or is there?
The number “9” is the last number in a “base 10 system” which is the last and limit of all that is. Nine is a number which has many interesting qualities that other numbers do not have and according ancient knowledge has been used to hold a hidden code that affects every person on earth.
If you think “nine” is just a number you are in for a big surprise.
As you will soon discover there is a hidden code that reveals the greatest truth of all and it is encoded into the construction of our universe and affects our lives. It is called the “nine code”.
The number 9 is everywhere in plain sight.
Watch the video below.
Is There a Devine Code Embedded in Our Number System?
Vortex based Mathematics says yes.
A quick way to arrive at a single-digit summation (the digital root
) is simply to take the value modulo
9, substituting a 0 result with 9 itself. Casting out nines
is a quick way of testing the calculations of sums, differences, products, and quotients of integers, known as long ago as the 12th Century.
Examining the sum of angles in regular polygons (see full video) shows the sum of all digits excluding nine is 36.
The resulting angle always reduces to nine:
1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8=36 (3+6) = 9
Paradoxically, nine plus any digit returns the same digit:
ie. 9+5=14 (1+4=5)
So nine quite literally equals all digits (36) and nothing (0)
The Flower of Life
The “Flower of Life” can be found in all major religions of the world. It contains the patterns of creation as they emerged from the “Great Void”. Everything is made from the Creator’s thought, and starts with the seed of life.
Every vector is the sum of it’s three nearest neighbors.
3+5+2=10 (1+0)= 1
1+4+6=11 (1+1)= 2
7+4+1=12 (1+2)= 3
2+3+8=13 (1+3)= 4
7+1+6=14 (1+4)= 5
5+2+8=15 (1+5)= 6
8+3+5=16 (1+6)= 7
4+7+6=17 (1+7)= 8
Where is nine? Everywhere! .. Every axis adds to nine
After the creation of the Seed of Life the same vortex’s motion was continued, creating the next structure known as the Egg of Life. This structure forms the basis for music, as the distances between the spheres is identical to the distances between the tones and the half tones in music. It is also identical to the cellular structure of the third embryonic division (The first cell divides into two cells, then to four cells then to eight). Thus this same structure as it is further developed, creates the human body and all of the energy systems including the ones used to create the Merkaba.
If we continue creating more and more spheres we will end up with the structure called the Flower of Life
The Flower of Life holds a secret symbol created by drawing 13 circles out of the Flower of Life.
By doing this, one can discover the most important and sacred pattern in the universe. This is the source of all that exists; it’s called the Fruit of Life. It contains 13 informational systems. Each one explains another aspect of reality. Thus these systems are able to give us access to everything ranging from the human body to the galaxies. In the first system, for example, it’s possible to create any molecular structure and any living cellular structure that exists in the universe. In short every living creature.
The most common form of the “Flower of Life” is hexagonal pattern (where the center of each circle is on the circumference of six surrounding circles of the same diameter), made up of 19 complete circles and 36 partial circular arcs, enclosed by a large circle.
The “Seed of Life” is formed from seven circles being placed with sixfold symmetry, forming a pattern of circles and lenses, which acts as a basic component of the Flower of Life’s design.
The Temple of Osiris at Abydos, Egypt contains the oldest to date example. it is carved in granite and may possibly represent the Eye of Ra, a symbol of the authority of the pharaoh. Other examples can be found in Phoenician, Assyrian, Indian, Asian, Middle Eastern, and medieval art.
The Seed of Life represents the seven stages, steps, or days of creation.
The Tree of Life
The concept of a Tree of life has been used in biology, religion, philosophy, and mythology. A tree of life is a common motif in various world theologies, mythologies, and philosophies. It alludes to the interconnection of all life on our planet and serves as a metaphor for common descent in the evolutionary sense. The term tree of life may also be used as a synonym for sacred tree.
The tree of knowledge, connecting to heaven and the underworld, and the tree of life, connecting all forms of creation, are both forms of the world tree or cosmic tree, according to the Encyclopædia Britannica, and are portrayed in various religions and philosophies as the same tree.
Also if you overlay a map (after getting the correct scale) with the complete flower of life, all sacred sites, standing stones, will sit at the center of 6 points.
Ley lines are supposed alignments of numerous places of geographical and historical interest, such as ancient monuments and megaliths, natural ridge-tops and water-fords.
What is sacred geometry?
The synchronicity of the universe is determined by certain mathematical constants which express themselves in the form of ‘patterns’ and ‘cycles’ in nature.
The outcome of this process can be seen throughout the natural world as the examples (on the left) demonstrate.
These displays of mathematical and geometric constants are confirmation that certain proportions are woven into the very fabric of nature. Recognising the significance of this simple fact offers us the means to understand how and why such matters were considered sacred. They and everything around us, are the product of the delicate balance between chaos and order.
The word ‘geometry’ can be traced through its component parts:
The word ‘Geo-metry‘ comes from the Greek words Geos meaning‘Earth’ and Metron meaning ‘To measure‘, which together literally translate as the ‘Measuring of the earth’ or ‘Earthly measurements’, an art which was traditionally restricted to the priest-hood.
Sacred geometry has existed in many forms across the ages
It is often mistakenly said that geometry began with the Greeks, but before them were the Minoans, the Egyptians, Sumerians, Indus valley, Chinese, Phoenicians and of course, the builders of the western European megaliths all of whom left clear geometric fingerprints in their greatest constructions. The Greeks may well have been the first to have offered geometry to the public at large, but they were by no means the first to realise it.
What Are Numbers?
Mathematics boils down to pattern recognition. We identify patterns in the world around us and use them to navigate its challenges. To do all this, however, we need numbers — or at least the information that our numbers represent.
What are numbers? As we’ll explore more later, that’s a deceptively deep question, but you already know the simple answer. A number is a word and a symbol representing a count. Let’s say you walk outside your home and you see two angry dogs. Even if you didn’t know the word “two” or know what the corresponding numeral looks like, your brain would have a good grasp of how a two-dog encounter compares with a three-, one- or zero-dog situation.
We owe that innate comprehension to our brain (specifically, the inferior parietal lobe), which naturally extracts numbers from the surrounding environment in much the same way it identifies colors . We call this number sense, and our brains come fully equipped with it from birth. Studies show that while infants have no grasp of human number systems, they can still identify changes in quantity.(source)
Neuroimaging research has even discovered that infants possess the ability to engage in logarithmic counting, or counting based on integral increases in physical quantity. While a baby won’t see the difference between five teddy bears and six teddy bears in a lineup, he or she will notice a difference between five and 10. (source)
Number sense plays a vital role in the way animals navigate their environments — environments where objects are numerous and frequently mobile. However, an animal’s numerical sense becomes more imprecise with increasingly larger numbers. Humans, for instance, are systematically slower to compute 4 + 5 than 2 + 3.(source)
Vigesimal numeral system: base-20
At some point in our ancient past, prehistoric humans began to develop a means of augmenting their number sense. They started counting on their fingers and toes. This is why so many numerical systems depend on groups of five, 10 or 20. Base-10 or decimal numeral system stem from the use of both hands, while base-20 or vigesimal systems are based on the use of fingers and toes. The vigesimal or base 20 numeral system is based on twenty (in the same way in which the ordinary decimal numeral system is based on ten).
So ancient humans learned to externalize their number sense and, in doing so, they arguably created humanity’s most important scientific achievement: mathematics.
The history of mathematics is a history of humanity seeking to understand the universe. Therefore, many consider the holy grail of mathematics to be the same as that of physics: a theory of everything, a unified theory that explains all physical reality.
Arithmetic or arithmetics (from the Greek ἀριθμός arithmos, “number“) is the oldest and most elementary branch of mathematics. It consists of the study of numbers, especially the properties of the traditional operations between them—addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Arithmetic is an elementary part of number theory, and number theory is considered to be one of the top-level divisions of modern mathematics, along with algebra, geometry, and analysis. The terms arithmetic and higher arithmetic were used until the beginning of the 20th century as synonyms for number theory and are sometimes still used to refer to a wider part of number theory.
Numerology is the study of the define meanings of numbers and their influence on human life. Numerology is a complex arithmetic system that reveals your character, personality, and experience through the reasonable progression of numbers. Numerology provides a complete personality lifestyle profile when we apply the meaning of individual numbers to our birth date and name.Numerology is perhaps the easiest of the devine 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.
The Chinese, Japanese, Greek, Hebrews, Egyptians, Phoenicians, early Christians, Mayans and Incas all employed number systems to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and the universe.
Your name and your birth date are the data base from which a numerologist is able to describe you, sight unseen. Number values are assigned to the letters in your name. By adding these–with the numbers in your birth date–in a multitude of combinations, a numerologist establishes your key numbers. He then interprets the meaning of these key numbers, which results in a complete description of your personal characteristics. The numbers of our name describe the things we were born knowing. The numbers of our birth date describe the things we need to learn. As you examine your Numerology Reading, you’ll find a great deal of insight about yourself.
Chaldean Numerology or “Mystic Numerology” is the oldest numerology system of the numerology systems. Chaldea is the southwest most portion of Mesopotamia, also known as Sumeria, and its capital city was Ur. So, the Sumerian Civilization is the root behind this mystical, yet powerful numerology system.
While Chaldean Numerology is considered to be more accurate, it’s less popular. This is because the Chaldean Numerology system is not as easy to master, and the alphabet values are not in as systematic an order as the Pythagorean Numerology system for example. The name, when analyzed under Chaldean Numerology, gives a more occult or metaphysical flavor to the destiny that’s interwoven into the person’s character. Metaphysics is a traditional branch of philosophy concerned with explaining the fundamental nature of being and the world that encompasses it, Chaldean Numerology indicates the hidden forces or invisible strings at play behind the scenes.
The Chaldean Numerology method also differs in that it goes by the name you’re most known by. As a sample person we use Jane Doe , first and last name, as is preferred under Chaldean Numerology analysis.
JANE 1+1+5+5=12 (1+2) = 3
DOE 4+7+5= 16 (1+6) = 7
3+7=10 (1+0) = 1
As you see, this name under Chaldean Numerology adds up to a 1.
After the name, the birth number the day of the month on which you were born is considered to be the next most important factor in Chaldean Numerology.
If you add up the digits of a number until there is only one number left you have found what is called the digital root and used by the ancients called numerology and used as a shortcut for solving certain math equations by organizing numbers. In other words, the sum of the digits of a number is called its digital root IE. 216 (2+1+6=9) method of adding numbers in mathematics. There can be only one.
Use this ancient method to get understanding and understanding why this happens is the key. Numbers govern the universe and help create reality, form, and symmetry, which we are attracted to and use for subconscious control of the mind because our consciousness is attracted to form and stimulation. So our consciousness is constantly observing and being told what reality is and we believe it.
This is the oldest numerology system, and the most little known about. the Chaldeans were said to have been gifted and blessed by “I AM”, with the wisdom of Numerology, in fact, King Solomon was known for his vast wisdom in Numerology and the Mystic Arts. This is a very mystic, spiritual approach to numbers using inconjuntion with Astrology, Tarot, Name Power, Music Vibrations, and Colors. Each letter in the alphabet has a numeric value, #1-8, with a special vibration for the number #9.
Note: The #9 is considered to be the highest vibration of the single digit numbers. Single numbers represent what a person appears to be in the eyes of others, your individuality and personality, Compound Numbers are also used These numbers 10-99 are used to indicate the Karmic Influences. Three types of set numbers are used to determine who you are: The Psychic Number (representing Self Image), The Destiny Number (pertaining to your Karma and how others see you using your birthdate) and The Name Number (signifying social and professional life)
As you may already have noticed, no alphabet letter was assigned to the number 9. The reason why the number 9 was omitted under Chaldean Numerology system was because the Chaldeans felt the 9 was holy, sacred, and thus to be held apart from the rest. However, should your name or that of someone you know total 9, then the 9 remains. Let’s analyze a sample name under the Chaldean Numerology system.
Take a look at the numeric value of this system:
1+5+3+6+3= 18 (1+8=9) 9
3+5+2+1+3+4= 18 (1+8=9) 9
9+9= 18 (1+8=9) 9
Adding all the numbers, of his first and last name together and you see that his first name Jesus totals #18/9 (which is reduced to) #9, his last name also totals to the #18/9 (which is reduced to) #9, adding 9 plus 9 which totals #18/9 (reduced to) #9. The #9 is his Vibration Number, #9 meaning “The Alpha and The Omega.” As is said in the Bible, Jesus came down to earth as a man from the Heavens, he was a teacher, prophet, humanitarian, and the one who takes away the sins of the World. Now lets look at #18 his Karmic Destiny Number, which shows the conflicts that Jesus christ went through for the sins of the World. #18 meaning “Materialism striving to destroy the spiritual side of nature,” or associated with the uprising and revolutions,” and lets not forget “Deception from both friends and enemies.” let’s you understand the meaning of his mission and the pain and suffering Jesus Christ went through. The Biblical number 9 is also the number of judgement.
But when you look at 666 (6+6+6=18) (1+8=9) it’s also 9, which gives you something to think about.
An explanation of Chaldean Numerology and Number Theory.
All numbers, whether found under the Chaldean system or the Pythagorean system have basically the same meanings, symbols, nature, and character. This seems to be the universal rule of all number systems.
However, under the Chaldean Numerology system, it isn’t enough to know what the single numbers mean. One must also know what the “compound,” or “double,” numbers mean is well. The single Chaldean Numerology number simply represents the physcal outward appearance of a person’s name, whereas the compound Chaldean Numerology number represents the deeper, metaphysical, hidden influences or forces behind the name.
Although the name is reduced to a single number, the name also has three compound numbers—two digits in the first name, two digits in the middle name, and two digits in the last name.
Once the physical (single number) and metaphysical (compound number) aspects of your name have been determined, the next important step is your date of birth.
Your date of birth means the day of the month you were born under, for it too has its own occult symbology and significance. So, Jane Doe, born on the 1st day of January, would also be considered a number 2 person under this system. Your date of birth is extremely important because it is unchangeable and therefore a constant, like the needle pointing north on a compass. A person may undergo a series of name changes over the years because of marriage, adoption, nickname, etc, but the birth date remains the same.
Single numbers denote what you appear to be in the eyes of others, while the double or compound numbers show the hidden influences that play a role behind the scenes and some mysterious way often foreshadow the future.
All the numbers from 10 upwards, become compound numbers and have a meaning of their own distinct from the root number. We do not know how and in what age these compound numbers were discovered. We can only say that they appear to have always existed. The meanings ascribed to the numbers 1 to 9 belong to the physical or material side of things and compound numbers from 10 onwards belong to the more occult or spiritual side of life. Distinct symbolism has been given to the compound numbers up to that mysterious number of 52.
Below are the numbers with their corresponding letters or reasons why they do or do not have a value.
The meaning of 0 (‘Interpretational Numbers’)
0 does not have an associated letter.
It is the most powerful number that can destroy all letters/numbers or ‘act indifferently’ when associated with them.
1-8 -> ‘Calculatable Numbers’
1. A, I, J, Q, Y Teaching
2. B, K, R Learning
3. C, G, L, S Harmonising
4. D, M, T Fate
5. E, H, N, X Activity
6. U, V, W Love
7. O, Z Mystery / Spirituality
8. F, P Destiny
9 -> ‘The Beginning and the End: Alpha and Omega’
9, like 0, does not have a letter. It is the second most powerful number, and can give life and power to other numbers or letters without changing their identities. An example is 6+9 = Love + Power = 15 = Magic and Magnetism = 6 = Love. This example is extremely vague and doesn’t explain fully the characteristics of the number 6, but this method of interpretation can be used with any number. Another example of ‘Interpretational Arithmetic’ is found later on in this help facility.
10. Double-digit numbers in general: ‘Compound Numbers’
All other positive integers (Cardinal Numbers) can be interpreted according to their separate digits, or added to form a single digit. Interpretation is based on opinion. You are your own person. However, the Chaldean people also have meanings that imply Karma and experiences, etc.
‘Master Numbers’ -> Not Reducible : 11, 22
The Pythagorian system, is among the most popular of self-help methods in the western form of Numerology.
Pythagorian Numerology was organized by Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras, who combined the mathematical disciplines of the Arabic, Druid, Phoenician, Egyptian and Essene sciences.
Since then, it has continued to evolve. It formed the spiritual basis for many secret societies, such as the Rosicrusians, Masons, Anthroposophists and others.
Pythagoreanism originated in the 5th century BCE, based on teachings, or beliefs held by Pythagoras and his followers, the Pythagoreans, who were considerably influenced by mathematics (Pythagorean theorem), music and astronomy.
The essence of his teachings was enshrined in the axiom: “Know thyself, then thou shalt know the universe and God.”
Later revivals of Pythagorean doctrines led to what is now called Neopythagoreanism or Neoplatonism. Pythagorean ideas exercised a marked influence on Aristotle, and Plato, and through them, all of Western philosophy.
According to Philolaus, one of “the three most prominent figures in the Pythagorean tradition“: number is the “dominant and self-produced bond of the eternal continuance of things.” But number has two forms, the even and the odd, and a third, resulting from the mixture of the two, the even-odd. This third species is one itself, for it is both even and odd. One, or unity, is the essence of number, or absolute number, and so comprises these two opposite species. As absolute number it is the origin of all numbers, and so of all things. So at the foundation of everything is the part played by the limiting and limitless, which combine together in a harmony.
Chaldean and Pythagorean numerology systems are totally different from one another. Each system uses different numerological vibrations and different numerological calculation methods. Most numerologists use only Pythagorean numerology which is especially popular in the west.
A short introduction to Pythagorean numerology
- Numerology is the study of the define meanings of numbers and their influence on human life. Numerology is a complex arithmetic system that reveals your character, personality, and experience through the reasonable progression of numbers. Numerology provides a complete personality lifestyle profile when we apply the meaning of individual numbers to our birth date and name.
- Numerology is perhaps the easiest of the devine 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 nine numbers used in constructing Numerology charts. These numbers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
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, 22 or 33) results. Each of these number represents different characteristics and expressions.
Master number are the only exception to rule of reducing to the single digit. The master numbers 11, 22 and 33 are reputedly intensified versions of the single digit number they replace (2, 4 and 6). These numbers suggest a potential for a high degree of learning and/or achievement very often in a more stressful environment. (Master number 11: Master teacher; spiritual messenger, Master number 22: Master teacher; builder, Master number 33: Master teacher; spiritual leader)
In most individuals, the master numbers operate at a much more tangible or practical level as the single digit parallel.
The first consideration of numerology is often the date of birth. This date, expressed numerically, as mm/dd/yyyy, is used to determine what is called the Lifepath Number and a variety of other factors in the numerology reading.
Your ” Full Birth Name* ” will also be converted to a number. 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 the English alphabet:
* Note: Most authorities agree that the full birth name as recorded on your birth certificate is the name that must be used for all calculations involving name. Nicknames, changed names including marriage name changes do not delute the importance of the name given to by your parents.
When to use the letter "Y" as a VOWEL
- when Y serves as a vowel and sounds like a vowel , or when Y is the only vowel in the syllable (Mary, Carolyn, Betty)
- When Y precedes another vowel in a syllable and provides the vowel sound (Bryan, Wyatt)
When to use letter "Y" as a CONSONANT
- when Y follows another vowel, and it doesn't provide for a separate vowel sound (Murray, Hayley)
- when the syllable already has another vowel (except when Y precedes another vowel in a syllable and provides the vowel sound)
- when the Y is used in place of a J sound ( Yamaha, Toyota, Yoda)
The odd numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, (11, 33) are Masculine (Yang: Heaven, day, sun, hard, growth, expansion, outside, above, dry, warm, blush, movement, extrovert, logic)
The even numbers 2, 4, 6, 8, (22) are Feminine (Yin: Earth, night, moon, soft, decline, contradiction, inside, under, moist, cold, pale, peace, introvert, intuition)
*The numbers 11, 22 and 33 in a calculation are master numbers and are not reduced.
The master number 11, 22 and 13 are at its basic amplified version of the reduced numbers 2, 4 and 6. What this means is that all the traits and attributes represented by the number 2 also apply to the master number 11, the 22 to 4 ,and the 33 to 6.. However, these traits, both positive and negative, are now amplified, so also review the content for the reduced numbers.
To the material scientist, numbers are merely symbols of comparative quantity. To the metaphysical scientist, or numerologist, numbers assume a more profound significance. They represent aspects of what it is to be human. In numerology, all numbers develop from and are connected to the absolute number, 1, for this number represents the expression of the ego, without which human life is expressionless and would cease to exist. To truly understand numerology, we must first know the essential metaphysical meaning of the numbers as based on the original arcane meanings taught 2,500 years ago by Pythagoras.
o ONE is the first physical number. As the only absolute number, it is the symbol of divine expression. It is the key to verbal selfexpression and the expression of the ego as a microcosm ofthe divine (the macrocosm). It is the key to our communication skills.
o TWO is the first spiritual (feeling) number. It represents the duality of humans and symbolises the gateway to our sensitivities, as well as our need to be part of a pair. It is the number of intuition.
o THREE is the first mind (thinking) number. Following the primary verbal (1) and intuitive (2) expressions comes the mental. It is the gateway to the conscious mind and to rational understanding, the focus of left-brain activity, the key to memory. The number 3 is symbolised by the triangle, representing the connection of mind, soul and body.
o FOUR is the number at the centre of the physical (doing) plane, the key to orderliness,practicality and organising. It is symbolised by the square, the basis of all practical construction.
o FIVE is the centre of the soul (feeling) plane and the very centre of the total Birth Chart. It is the spiritual number representing love and freedom of expression.
o SIX is the centre of the mind (thinking) plane, where it represents creativity, the integration ofthe left and right lobes of the brain. It also represents the opposite of creativity – destruction. Thisis “negative” creativity expressed as worry, stress, anxiety and depression.
o SEVEN is the symbol of the temple, the human body and its seven chakras or power centres. Itis the teaching learning number, the number of practical philosophical experience. Such learningis usually acquired through sacrifice as the means of indelible instruction.
o EIGHT is the most active spiritual number, situated at the active end of the soul plane. It is thenumber of wisdom expressed intuitively through loving action. It brings independence into focus.
o NINE is the three-fold number at the action end of the mind plane. As mind in action, itrepresents ambition (the physical aspect), responsibility (the thinking aspect) and idealism (thespiritual aspect), and so combines the attributes of each of the previous numbers.
o ZERO is a symbol rather than a number. The 0 is present in many birth dates and has animportant symbolic significance. Philosophically and mathematically, it represents nothing (as thenumerator) and everything (as the denominator), the two infinite ends of the finite, neither of which is physically attainable. Thus, it is a totally mystical symbol, indicative of the degree ofspiritual mysticism inherent (but rarely developed) in the individual. Anyone who has one or more zeros in their birth date has an inherent spirituality that they should recognise, for it has the potential to assist them in understanding many of the deeper aspects of life (such as life’s purpose, the power of thought and the process of reincarnation)
The Life Path Number
The most important number in your numerological chart
Your Life path number is derived from your birth date, and it is the most important number in your numerological chart. Life Path Number describes the nature of your life journey, the road you are traveling. It describes your traits and who you are at birth, and outlines the opportunities, challenges, and lessons you will encounter in this lifetime.
Birth: APRIL 15 1972 mm/dd/yyyy
Month 04 (0+4=4) 4
Day 15 (1+5=6) 6
Year 1972 (1+9+7+2=19)
(1+9=10) (1+0=1) 1
(4+6+1=) 11 (11, 22 and 33 are Master Numbers which are not reduced to a single digit) *
The Life path number is in this case: Master number 11
Master Number 11 is a magnified number 2 (1+1=2) “the peacemaker”, so 11/2
The short version of this calculation is:
0+4+1+5+1+9+7+2= 29 (2+9=11) (1+1=2) = 11 / 2
*Number 11 is a Master number. They are called Master numbers because they possess more potential than other numbers. They are highly charged, difficult to handle, and require time, maturity, and great effort to integrate into one’s personality.
The 11 is the most intuitive of all numbers. It represents illumination; a channel to the subconscious; insight without rational thought; and sensitivity, nervous energy, shyness, and impracticality. It is a dreamer. The 11 has all the aspects of the 2, enhanced and charged with charisma, leadership, and inspiration. It is a number with inborn duality, which creates dynamism, inner conflict, and other catalyses with its mere presence. It is a number that, when not focused on some goal beyond itself, can be turned inward to create fears and phobias. The 11 walks the edge between greatness and self-destruction. Its potential for growth, stability, and personal power lies in its acceptance of intuitive understanding, and of spiritual truths. For the 11, such peace is not found so much in logic, but in faith. It is the psychic’s number.
The master number 11 is at its basic level an amplified version of the number 2. What this means is that all the traits and attributes represented by the number 2 also apply to the master number 11, however, these traits, both positive and negative, are now amplified, so also review the content for the number 2. On a higher level, the number 11 is a vibration of insight and illumination. Those with 11 in their charts tend to attract powerful ideas, intuitions, and psychic information, and are extremely sensitive and aware. The downside of this, much like it is the downside of the number 2, is that those with 11s in their numerological chart tend to be much more vulnerable to all conflicts and painful situations.
(Master number 11: Master teacher; spiritual messenger | Master number 22: Master teacher; builder | Master number 33: Master teacher; spiritual leader)
(*If you’re master number is 11 you may also wanna read The Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) explained)
Birth: JAN 01 1970 mm/dd/yyyy
(0+1+0+1+1+9+7+0= 21) 21 reduces to (2+1 = 3)
The Life path number in this case is: 3
Life Path Numbers meanings
Life Path 1 | Life Path 2 | Life Path 3 | Life Path 4 | Life Path 5 | Life Path 6 | Life Path 7 | Life Path 8 | Life Path 9
Master numbers: Life Path 11 | Life Path 22 | Life Path 33
Your Personality number often serves as a censoring device, both in terms of what you send out, as well as what you allow to approach. It lists the characteristics you project and indicates how others are most likely to perceive you before getting to know you well, and so by learning about your Personality Number you can get insight of how others view you. It discriminates in the kinds of people and information you let enter your heart and mind, and it is those aspects that you feel comfortable sharing with people at the outset of a relationship.
Personality Number is one of the five core numbers that include your Life Path Number, Heart’s Desire (Soul Urge) , Day Number (the day you were born on), and Expression (Destiny) Number.
Your Personality number is derived from the consonants of your full name at birth.
Name: JANE DOE ANONYMOUS
J A N E
1 + 5 6
D O E
A N O N Y M O U S
5+ 5+ 4+ 1 = 15 (1+5=6) 6
Jane’s Personality number is 7
Personality Numbers Meaning:
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 11 | 22 | 33
Heart’s Desire – Soul Urge Number
This is the inner you. It shows your true motivation, your inner cravings and urges, likes and dislikes. It reveals the general intention behind many of your actions, and dramatically influences the choices you make in life. Heart’s Desire (aka Soul Urge) number is one of the five core numbers that include your Life Path Number, Expression(aka Destiny) Number, Day Number (the day you were born on), and Personality Number.The Heart’s Desire/Soul Urge number is derived from the vowels (A, E, I, O, U … and sometimes Y) of your full name at birth.
According to Indian Numerology, each of us has three numbers that are the most relevant:
Psychic Number :
The psychic number reveals the way you look at yourself. It is what you really want to be and what defines your basic character. It represents your basic predispositions and talents that lead you to interact daily in a particular way.
The psychic number is obtained by making a single whole number (from 1 to 9) of the day of the month on which you were born. For example, Harish Johari was born on May 12th, and since 1+2=3, his psychic number is 3.
Destiny Number :
The destiny number indicates how you are viewed by the world and is related to your samskaras – vibrational patterns acquired by past actions, or karma. It is also the you that other people see, especially if they do not know you very well. And as you learn the lessons in this life you will tend to take on more of the characteristics of your destiny number.
Although both psychic and destiny numbers are important throughout life, between the ages of thirty-five and forty the psychic number recedes in influence while the destiny number becomes more significant.
The destiny number is the single whole number obtained by adding up the date, month, and year of birth. Harish Johari was born on May 12, 1934, so 5 + 1 + 2 + 1 + 9 + 3 + 4 = 25 … 2 + 5 =7. Thus, his destiny number is 7.
Although they are relatively easy to calculate, you may use the Online Calculator for Psyche and Destiny Numbers to get them fast.
Name Number :
The name number is most important in your relationships with other people and you can have more than one name number if people are addressing you with different names. Changing your name and thus your name number may enhance certain qualities of your psychic and destiny numbers or avoid conflict between them.
Since name numbers are more difficult to calculate, with each character creating sound frequencies (vowels and consonants) that relate to a particular number, you may find the Online Calculator for Name Numbers very handy.
Numbers of year, month and day :
Use the online calculators to predict your future : year number – month number – day number .
The numbers :
Analyzing the results of Indian Numerology calculations is a difficult task, even though general aspects become apparent very easily. Hereafter an introduction to the basic meaning and characteristics of the nine main numbers :
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
Indian Numerology also gave birth to the science of Vedic Squares, that are used in Yantra Yoga.
In the West Pythagoras discovered the the Law of Vibration.This Law states that each number has a particular vibration. Astro-Numerology is the synthesis of Astrology and Numerology, the perfect integration between the science of the Heavens and the Science of Numbers. The nine numbers correspond to the nine planets in Astrology.
One represents the luminary RAVI (Sun)
Two represents the luminary SOAM (Moon)
Three represents the planet GURU (Jupiter)
Four represents the planet RAHU (Uranus)
Five represents the planet BUDH (Mercury)
Six represents the planet SHUKRA (Venus)
Seven represents the planet KETU (Neptune)
Eight represents the planet SHANI (Saturn)
Nine represents the planet MANGAL (Mars)
We will define Ketu (Neptune) and Rahu (Uranus). They are the Nodes of the Moon.
The Moon’s Ascending Node is Rahu and the Descending Node is Ketu. The orbit of the Sun and the Moon intersect at two points and they are these Nodes. Since now we know which planet represents which number, let us analyse the different properties of the nine base numbers, in Numerology Readings.
The concept of the Fadic Number If you add up all the digits which comprise your date of birth eg –
( 23/06/1955= 2+3+0+6+1+9+5+5 = 31, 3+1 = 4 ) you get the combined Fadic Number (Destiny number) .
Here in this example it is 31 . 3 plus 1 = 4. So 4 is the Fadic Number
Find out the Fadic Number of the person concerned. There are effects for both Fadic and the Combined Fadic Numbers. Once you find the Fadic Number of the person, know that that person will have the characteristics of the planet representing that Number. Now we are giving here the effects for Unitarians, who are ruled by the Number ONE.
Number Symbolism in the Vedas.pdf
These were just a few examples of calculations with numerology …
Today, the popularity of numerology continues to grow. As the industrialized world becomes more computerized and dependent on numerical systems, the fascination with this ancient spiritual science of numerology only grows.
Modern scientists ofen regard Numerology as pseudomathematics or pseudoscience and associated with the paranormal, alongside astrology and other divinatory arts.
Editors note: To put the numerology theory to the test i have done some calculation’s myself to evaluate the outcomes and was amazed by the accuracy of the specific personal information retrieved that just don’t apply to anyone. So i have downloaded a free numerology software program for further exploration.
The free version of this program calculates only one full in depth profile report, but it calculates as many short profile reports and charts as you like. The chart report gives you all the personal numbers though, so you can look up the information to make depth reports yourself.
Personally i was quite impressed by the amount of insight, accuracy, and depth of the information that was retrieved from my personal calculation. It gives valuable insight about yourself, who you are, how you stand in life, how you see the world, your dreams, preferences, personality, goals, characteristics, qualities, quantities, challenges, past and future life cycles (fases), etc. Too accurate and elaborate to be put aside as coincidences to my opinion in my own case.
What do you think, Meaningless Numerology Or Devine Symmetry?