Have you learned about the latest concerning Numerology?
Apparently, the Pythagorean Method was mistranslated during the Middle Ages by applying a direct Greek to Latin alphabet - numeric one-to-one method
that never took into account that the Greek letter positions are different than the Latin letter positions within the two alphabets. Also, the
letters J, U and W didn't even exist until the Middle Ages, and certainly weren't included in the Greek Alphabet that Pythagoras used when he
translated the Chaldean Numerology method into Greek for his own use.
Then, there's the issue of using letters versus using vocalized syllables, which is what Numerology is actually based on, when dealing with any
calculations involving assigning numbers to letters and /or letter combinations. Based on sub-structural vibrations, Numerology is not about esoteric
qualities or quantities. It's a science of determining the DNA-driven impact of assigned vibrational compositions that directly affect a person's most
primitive sense of unique Identity, with a full realization that the predilection to be strongly affected by such an assignment is coded within the
human DNA protocols due to thousands of years of deference to the value inherent within such deference to those vibrational compositions and what has
become the accepted meanings associated with those compositions.
Determining ones Numerological influences involves the use of the Chaldean Method, and involves the typical pronunciation (which will be impacted by
the person's regional dialects and accents) of the full name of the person given at birth. A good example is the name Marie. In some regions of the
US, it's pronounced Maaree (with a "short A"). In some Muhree, and in others M'ree (with a somewhat slurred pronunciation that obscures the "A"
altogether). Also depending on whether the name is the person's 1st or middle name, since it tends to be somewhat slurred as a middle name in many
regions (example; M'ree) Each of these versions of Marie would have a different Numerological vibration than the others.
- Maaree - 8
- Muhree - 13/4
- M'ree - 7
Of course, double "L"s and "T"s and that sort of thing are reduced to the single consonant sound, as would be expected.
The Chaldean Method also does not include the Number 9, except as a calculation total, as the Chaldeans viewed that number as being sacred and
unavailable as a vibrational delineation. To say that the proper use of this original Numerological method results in very different calculation
totals is an understatement.
There's an author who is not very well known, who broke through on all of this with her research. Her name is Leeya Brooke Thompson, and her book
"The Wisdom of Sound and Numbers": Phonetic Chaldean Numerology - Reclaiming an Ancient Oracle
is the definitive guide to properly working with
Numerology. It's fairly brief and written for the person who's already been exposed to the fundamentals of Numerology as a means of personal
Just offering a bit of what I learned over the last few years about the authentic nature of Numerology as opposed to the parlor game version that it's
become in modern times.
edit on 10/16/2011 by NorEaster because: (no reason given)