The Science of Numerology || Sci Fi Junkies


Numerology is a science that describes the meaning of numbers and letters and how they influence our lives. This science was used by the Ancients and dates back to antiquity. Numerology governs every function or aspect and movement on this planet and beyond. This is because each letter and number carries a frequency wave. When these waves are not flowing in harmony, therein lies the recipe for disaster on any scale. When a letter or number is represented or repeated more than once in your name or birth date, the energy of these letters and numbers are more intense.

In Ancient Egypt, a name was seen to be as important as the soul. It was for this reason that it was imperative that the newborn child should be named immediately after birth. To be without a name, was likened to being without a soul; such was the importance placed on names. This importance was based on the teachings of the God Ptah, (also known by other names in other cultures), whom it is said created the Universe by pronouncing the names of all things.

From the time we name a thing we give it energy.

If for example your name is Diana, what is the meaning behind this name of Diana? We know and recognise it as being the name of the Goddess Diana. Whatever powers she is said to have possessed, then this is the energy contained within the name Diana, in addition to the individual energies of each letter. Such is the power of a word or name! Unfortunately, these energies have been lost to us. It is through this science of Numerology, that we can start to reclaim back that which was lost to us and begin to enrich our lives and those around us.

Every number or letter in is partially or wholly build or made up of a square or circle, and each of these symbols represents 360 degrees. The circle is 360 degrees, and the square has four corners, and each corner is made up of 90 degrees. 4 x 90 = 360.

The Universe is composed of structure and rhythm. The structure of the atom for example, and its rhythmic spin of electrons, protons and neutrons, and so on. Structure and rhythm can also be found in numbers, by using the four major arithmetical formulas or calculations of addition, subtraction, division or multiplication.

Meaning Of The Numbers

The meanings of each individual number is so vast. Here you will find an abridged version of the meaning of each number.

0 Infinity, limitless, unknowable, no-thing, boundless, purity, all, alpha and omega, un-manifest, source, space, consciousness, cosmic egg. The ancients recognised the circle as a life force or pure energy that has always existed, and which represents the spirit that is in everything. The Zero adds life and energy to any number it is placed next to. It is represented by 360 degrees.

1 Number one represents that essence that can enter all things without changing their form. For example: 1 x 2 = 2, 1 x 3 = 3, 1 x 4 = 4, and so on. Looked at another way, the energy from the number one remains neutral when it is multiplied by the energy of another number. It is a Survivor, Warrior, Strategist. It is initiative, drive, and independence. It has the ability to take command. It is courage and daring, optimistic and progressive. It is leadership ability. It is the pioneer spirit. It is mental and direct, and needs to take charge.

2 Two is the only number that when added to itself, or multiplied to itself produces the same results, example: 2 + 2 = 4 and 2 x 2 = 4. No other number can perform this feat. The number two represents the states of being, such as female and male, up and down, in and out, hot and cold, yin and yang, and so on. People are naturally reliant on those who exhibit the number 2 qualities. Sympathy, patience and understanding. Tact and diplomacy, co-operation and partnerships, consideration for others. It is emotional, sensitive, and can be prone to shyness. It is friendly and understanding.

3 Three represents the first enclosed shape using straight lines. The ancients called it the third, or all- seeing eye. It also represents our 3-d state or reality. The number 3 is represented in three different types of triads equaling 9, or the square of 3, and the three states of A Creator: Omnipotence, Omniscience, and Omnipotence. Number 3 is motivating, inspiring and optimistic. It is a generative force. It represents self-expression and creative imagination. It is charming and sociable. It is the Trinity. It represents the past, present, future. It indicates tenderness and strength of mind. It is outspoken and spontaneous.

4 Four is the next number from 3 to hold and contain energy. The square being representative of the 4 gives it like the circle an area of 360 degrees, each angle of the square being 90 degrees, 4 x 90 = 360. Fours are honest and reliable. There is a love of nature; mental and physical dexterity. Quietly sees all, but will not always express this. A number of Completion. It indicates firmness, mastery, power and willpower. It has natural authority.

5 This number is famous for its representation of the Pentagram. The Pentagram is a symbol of the human body. It encompasses the following. Air, Earth, Fire, Water, and Spirit/Ether. 5 has a talent for promoting new ideas. Adaptable, and adventurous, 5 represents the ability to see and seize new opportunities in unlikely places, and make them successful. It is versatile, and sensual. It indicates original thinking and versatility.

6 Generous humanitarian, ability to be a healer, counsellor, or teacher. Loving parent. Concern for truth and justice, and social care. Harmonious and peace loving. Ability to put oneself in ‘the other person’s place,’ (like no.2). It is a Nurturer. The number 6 is sometimes called the perfection of the parts because, multiplied by itself, it always reappears or occupies the last position: 6×6= 36; 6x6x6 = 216, etc. and because it equals the sum of its divisors; e.g. 1+2 + 3 = 6, and 1x2x3 = 6. It is also divisible by an odd, 3, and even 2, number.

7 The number seven is considered the God/dess force number in nature. When dividing the circle of 360 degrees, all numbers 1 through 9 divides it without a remainder, except the number 7. It is the only number to leave a remainder. Number 7 deals with mysticism, psychic energy, magic, mystery, philosophy, compassion, searching, musical talent, and literary skills. It is a Bridge between the known and unknown. Is intellectual and scientific study.

8 This symbol was recognised by the ancients as a sign of infinity; the joining of the two spheres of heaven and earth, spirit and matter, or physical and non-physical, because it has equal divisions of equally even numbers. For example; 4+4 = 8. It is also called the number of justice, because it is considered solid and balanced, and that what ever happens in one sphere is mirrored in the next. It carries an uncanny ability to sense other people’s strengths and weaknesses. It has the ability to manage and direct on a large scale. It is the power behind huge industries. It is the ability to assume authority and responsibility and to maintain it. It is our conscience. 8 is a number of cause and effect, or attraction and repulsion. In mathematics, the symbol of the infinity is represented by a 8 laid down.

9 The number nine is a numerological symbol of the electrical energy of the universe. It cannot be destroyed and gives back whatever is added to it in the final analysis. For example: 9+1=10. Reduce 10 to one final digit like this, 1+0= 1, so we are back to 1. 9+2= 11. 1+1= 2, and so on. If you multiply nine by any other number you also finally arrive at the number nine as a final digit.

9 gives a strong desire for insight and universal knowledge, and universal understanding. . It indicates magical power, self- confidence, and understanding of the Higher Cycles. It represents “The sisterhood and brotherhood” of humanity. It is benevolence and generosity, and a humanitarian. It relates to an understanding of the connection of all things that exists.

It is the completion of a phase.


Source by Diana P Armstrong

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