Numerology Explained

Imagine getting up and starting your day in a world without numbers. Like many things, we take numbers for granted

From birth to death, you're a number—and in most cases, a series of numbers. The examples I've just given represent the physical side of numbers, where they're used in some concrete way. Take a case in point—without numbers telephone companies would fold in a very short time. After all, aren't they in the business of numbers?

However, there's another side to numbers—an invis­ible side. In the world of the occult this is known as Numerology, an ancient and accurate science. It seems numbers and Numerology have always existed together. In my large collection of books on this subject, authors have given credit to various sources, such as Pythagoras, the Greek philosopher, the ancient Chaldeans, the mystic and mysterious Brahmins of India, and the sages of an­cient China.

It's hard to pinpoint exactly where, when, why, and how numbers and Numerology truly began. The com­mon consensus is that it began in ancient history." The references to the seven days of creation in the Scriptures may have been the very first use of Numerology.

Chaldean and Pythagorean System

Although the exact origin of Numerology hasn't been truly determined, there are strong clues. The Pythagorean and Chaldean schools of numbers are the most commonly used. Chaldean Numerology is older, but the Pythagorean system of numbers is far more popular especially in the west.

Pythagoras was considered a master mathematician. Born in Greece in the 6th century B.C., he demonstrated a natural gift with numbers. Many people are familiar with his theorems in geometry. However, he is also con­sidered to be the Father of Modern Numerology. It has been recorded that he spent many years of study in Egypt and other parts of the world learning the ancient science of numbers. He later brought this knowledge back to Greece, where he taught for nearly forty years, and established a college and philosophy of numbers that would bear his name to this very day.

It was said that Pythagoras taught in secret. That each student, selected with care, had to go through a five-year period of perfect silence for the purpose of contempla­tion to develop a deep sense of faith. Furthermore, his students had to commit his teachings to memory, for it was forbidden to put any of it in writing. It was only af­ter his death, around the year 500 B.C., that his faithful followers broke with this tradition.

The Chaldean system of numbers—better known as Mystic Numerology—gives us an even stronger clue to the age of this science. Astrology, Numerology, and other occult studies were considered a religion, but not in the way we would know it today. Many Chaldean priests were also famous astrologers. They held the belief that all things were part of Divine Providence, and that the planets were simply heavenly interpreters. In the time of Alexander the Great, around 356 B.C., the Chaldeans be­lieved that their knowledge of Numerology and Astrol­ogy went back at least 473,000 years. Perhaps it was no accident that, in time, Chaldea and the occult became synonymous. The Chaldean system of numbers is still in use today.

There are other schools of Numerology as well, all re­flecting their individual places of origin as well as how they're applied. For instance, there were the ancient Brahmins of India. Cheiro (1866-1936), a leading palm­ist, numerologist, and psychic of his day, credited these mystic men of the East for much of what he knew. In an­cient Japan, there's a system known as Ki, based upon certain numerical patterns found in the birth date. This system is slowly coming back into public notice. Then there is the sacred system of Hebrew Numerology, better known as the Kabalah, which is based upon the mean­ings of letters and sounds. And there's still another sys­tem coming from Africa that uses numbers for divination purposes. No matter what part of the world we look at, there's a system of Numerology that had its beginnings in the dawn of time.

Numerology has also been attacked for going against the laws and teachings of God. In fact, just the reverse is true. The Bible, the Talmud, the Koran, even the Egyptian

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