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How Numerology Works?

Everything in the universe vibrates at its own particular frequency. By finding the vibration rate of any object, you can establish the qualities and energies associated with it. By applying the principles of numerology -- and using only a name and birth date as the basic data -- you can determine the major frequencies of a person. A numerological analysis of the calculated frequencies provides significant information on personality and character.

Two Schools of Numerology

The Pythagorian system prefers the use of the whole name as it would be found on the birth certificate. Nicknames, legally changed names and/or married names are analyzed secondarily to the birth name. The Pythagorean system uses the the day of the month as well as whole of the birthdate as key indicators. The whole birthdate gives a Personal Destiny Number - what karmic or spiritual lessons that are needed to be learned in this lifetime.

Today, the practice of Numerology can be broken into two major schools, the Chaldean system and the Modern system. The modern school makes a claim of a lineage from Pythagoras; however, the new number system story traces to Philolaus, born some 25 years after the death of Pythagoras as well as after the original school of mystery burned. On the other hand, the Chaldean system verifies its antiquity through the cuneiform tablets, which date thousands of years before Pythagoras' birth.  The primary difference is found in the way the Chaldean system is based on the vibrations represented by vibrations and the Pythagorean system uses the alphabet in a more strict and linear sequence.

The primary difference is found in the way the Chaldean system is based on the vibrations represented by vibrations and the Pythagorean system uses the alphabet in a more strict and linear sequence.

A second difference between the two systems is that the old system places greater emphasis on a name, while the newer one places a greater emphasis on permutations of the individual's own birth date. I would HIGHLY recommend using the Chaldean method for setting important dates, such as marriage and setting up businesses etc. Chaldean, based on the even more ancient studies of the priests of Chaldea, studies that were ancient at the time of Alexander the Great.

Chaldean or "Mystic Numerology" is the older numerology of the two numerology systems. While Chaldean Numerology is considered more accurate &  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 other Numerology system. 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. 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. 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. The birth day number affects the personality, health, and other factors in Chaldean Numerology.

The Chaldean Numerology approach is very an­cient and accurate. Chaldean Numerology was developed by the Chaldeans long time ago, who once occupied the southern part of Babylonia. Because of their long and diligent study of the occult, the people of Chaldea became well known for their contributions to astronomy, mathematics, and other sciences, particularly Astrology and Numerology. So adept were these Chaldean people in the metaphysical arts, that their name became synonymous with such studies.

The Chaldean Numerology system takes both your name and birth-date into consideration. The analysis of your name under Chaldean Numerology system uses only the name you are most known by, instead of your original name given at birth (a requirement of the Pythagorean system).

In the Chaldean Numerology system the numbers only go from 1 to 8, and not 1 to 9 - this means the transposition of the numbers assigned to the alphabet is different than in the Pythagorean counterpart. Below is the Chaldean Numerology chart:

Chaldean Numerology is an oldest numerological system developed by Chaldeans who once occupied Chaldea - a marshy land located in modern-day southern Iraq which came to rule Babylon briefly. When the Babylonian Empire was absorbed into the Persian Achaemenid Empire the name "Chaldean" lost its meaning as the name of a race of men, and came to be applied only to a social class. The Persians found the Chaldeans masters of reading and writing, and especially versed in all forms of incantation, in sorcery, witchcraft, and the magical arts. They quite naturally spoke of astrologists and astronomers as Chaldeans. It therefore resulted that Chaldean came to mean astrologist.  Chaldeans were analyzing both the name and the birth date of a person. They didn’t use an original name (written in the birth certificate) as Pythagoreans, but considered only the name the person is most known by. 

Chaldeans astrologers also had no number Nine (9) in their calculations and so, Chaldean numerological alphabet system differs from Pythagoreans.

Chaldeans believed in a sacred, holy qualities of number Nine (9), and hold it away from all other numbers. However, if your name is total 9, then the 9 remains. 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.

But in this system it isn’t enough to know what the single number mean. One must also know the meaning of the “compound”, or “double” numbers. The single number simply represents the physical, outward appearance of a person’s name, whereas the compound number represents the deeper, metaphysical hidden influences of forces behind the name. 

By applying simple mathematical formulas to the numbers representing a person’s name and birth date, a numerologist can derive four major core elements and some 20 or 30 modifiers. A symbolic evaluation of these elements and modifiers provides a remarkably complete and accurate character analysis. About half the information in the analysis comes from the birth date; the other half comes from the name.


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