About Numerology

History of numerology and its roots in ancient history around the globe.

Pythagorean numerology, which was developed from theories set forth by ancient Greek mathematician Pythagoras.

The modern adaptation of his theories provides a simple system for analyzing names and birth dates to provide important insight into personality; character; talents; life lessons; and important times for money, health, success, challenges, and more.

You find out the meaning of letters in numerology and how they correspond to numbers between 1 and 9.

The History of Numerology

Throughout human history and across cultures, people have wanted answers to what the future holds and have looked for assistance when making decisions. Whether these answers are sought through palmistry, astrology, tarot, or consultation with a psychic, seeking foreknowledge is a constant of the human condition.

While many approaches to obtaining guidance are specific to a culture, numerology—in one form or another—has been present in virtually all societies.

Numerology is a study of the relationship between numbers and events and how this relationship affects your life. Through numerology, you can gain insight into your character and hidden talents, learn about the best time for relationships, find out when your health might be a concern, discern when finances may be at the forefront, or even figure out the right time for a career change.

People may consider this link between numbers and events coincidental or even mystical. However, others (including me) have experienced too much consistency in numerology to ascribe it to anything other than reality.

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