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Changing name

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posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 07:40 AM

Originally posted by ErroneousDylan
reply to post by bobthealie11

These systems do not, I repeat, do not govern who you are and you should not let them. Live your life the way you want to live it, regardless of what some "system of numbers" says. I can guarantee you now, changing your name will not make you any better of a person.

You want to be a stronger, more creative person? Rock your current name and prove this number system wrong. Be the best you can be and rub it in the system's face.

It's good to know what your DNA predilections are, and how to surf the good drivers and mitigate the troublesome ones. None of us pops out of the womb as blank slates, and the thousands of years that Numerology has affected the human race (likely by human construct and design, since the PTB of the time had many ways of manipulating the people who'd be challenging their own future generations of offspring - Numerology programming being one of them) has embedded its impact into our genetic code. Not the personality traits, but the impact of the tonal vibrations of our name being spoken on our developing personality as we become kids, teenagers, and then adults, with our name as our primary identity label and the impact of the number value unconsciously affecting our development at the instinctive level.

Yes, we can overcome that instinctive influence, but maybe it's best to surf that wave instead of fighting it. Each "number" offers good and bad aspects, with no number more or less than any other number. If you find that you're really unhappy with the number that you've associated with your own name, then the chances are that you've done the calculations incorrectly. The chances for that are really good due to the fact that the standard Pythagorean Method of calculation is worthless. In my last post, I explain how to find the right method.

Numerology and the "mystical arts" were the science of a very different period in human history. They studied the impact that reality had on themselves back then. Now days, the scientists study the impact that we have on reality, and dismiss the impact that it has on us. A balance between the two might be the way to go.
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posted on Apr, 24 2012 @ 12:11 PM

Originally posted by reficul
why are you changing your name? 11 isn't a real number,it is 9 +2.
the only numbers are 0-9. every other number is a combination of these numbers.
if your number is 11,then you add 1+1 together,and you would be a 2.
in the tarot you would be the priestess. but you should follow your personal number by adding up all the digits in the year,month,and day you were born. this will give you your personal number.
for example,if you were born on jan,1,2012, you would add them 1+1+2+0+1+2 = 7.
if your answer gives you a double digit,then you ad those together so get a single digit number.this is your personal number.

Stupid question, what happens if you end up with three digits in the final product, keep adding them together until it is reduced to one digit?

posted on Apr, 24 2012 @ 03:51 PM
reply to post by RyanFromCan

YES!!!!! its not rocket surgery,or brain science!!!!

posted on Apr, 24 2012 @ 05:01 PM
reply to post by bobthealie11

Hi Bob,

Numerology is older than anyone knows and its original form was very complex and for the time, hard to understand or even record, as forays into the unknown (occult) were frowned upon -- one could even lose one's head over such things, especially in Rome, where the so-called Father of Numerology lived (Pythagoras, circa 500 BCE: Greek philosopher and mathematician).

The original system came out of Babylonian/Sumerian times and was based on sound vibrations...which then were connected to the symbols (letters) those sounds came to represent. These symbols also had their own meanings (similar to the hieroglyphs of Egypt) and when the two were combined, they presented an 'energy picture'...this system is attributed to the Chaldeans and is what Pythagoras was studying prior to releasing his own simplified system.

Chaldean numerology is the most scientific of all systems and does indeed hold Master Numbers such as 11, 22, 33 etc. in high regard as they are higher vibrations of their core numbers (Master 11 is the higher vibration of 2; 22 is the higher vibration of 4 and so on).

Further, since each letter has its own meaning, this part of your name vibration is key, too -- for example, someone whose name begins with a 'closed' letter (like D or the Door) will be more likely to demand proof of something they cannot see, while a more 'open' letter (like E or Energy) will not only take it on faith, they will jump in and investigate.

So depending on which system is used (Pythagorian or Chaldean), your results will be either accurate or inaccurate.

I would suggest trying both systems and then deciding which sounds more like you.


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