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The Numerology Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Power of Numbers
The Numerology Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Power of Numbers The Numerology Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Power of Numbers The Numerology Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Power of Numbers The Numerology Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Power of Numbers

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Publisher: Firefly Books

Author Statement: by Teresa Moorey
Series Name: Subject Bible
Audience: Trade
Specs: over 200 full-color illustrations, glossary, index
Pages: 400
Trim Size: 5 1/2" X 6 1/2" X 1"
Language code 1: eng
Publication Date: 20120119
Copyright Year: 2012
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The Numerology Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Power of Numbers

The definitive guide to the power of numbers.

Most people have a lucky number. Numerology goes beyond that, giving people an easy way to use personal numbers to enhance their potential and even predict the future.

The Numerology Bible is a comprehensive guide that shows how to discover those numbers and use them to unveil hidden personality traits, find success at work, choose a romantic partner, and much more. It shows how to select auspicious dates for future events and to give numerology readings for the years ahead.

The book is organized in five sections:

  • The Numbers -- Describes the numbers 1 to 9 and the "master" numbers 11 and 22, introduces the formulas and how to use them.
  • Relationships -- Explains how the numbers relate to each other in love, in relationships at work and in friendships.
  • Personal Cycles -- Shows how to use numerology to divine what each year has in store.
  • Numbers in Your Life -- Reviews the numbers that feature in life, such as car numbers, house numbers, and phone numbers.
  • Lifestyle -- Explores how numerology relates to the rhythms of life over time, such as holidays, personal style, home life, career, finances and health.

The art of numerology has its origins in many religions and societies. However, The Numerology Bible focuses not on history or religious interpretation. Rather, it is a fascinating, practical guide that will be of interest to the many people looking for guidance as they navigate modern life.

Bio:

Teresa Moorey is the author of numerous books on personal growth, self-help, psychic powers and esoteric wisdom.

Preface:

Excerpt from the Introduction

'Number is the ruler of types and ideas and is the cause of the Divine and angelic progressions'
(Pythagoras)

Numerology can give you extra insight into so many areas of your life. Confused about relationships? Numerology can help you to understand your true needs and find fulfillment. Lost your way career-wise? Your numbers can reveal your talents and empower you with new ideas.

Numerology is based on the premise that numbers express not only quantity, but also quality. This idea may be as old as civilization, and is enshrined in our language in respect of numbers 1 and 2 as unity and duality. The most ancient numerology tradition may be the Chaldean, dating from before the dawn of history. Numerology has been practised in various forms all over the world, from India and China to South America. It is found in systems such as the I Ching, the Tarot and the Hebrew Qabalah, which are discussed later, on pages 78, 86 and 92 respectively. Ideas about numbers evolve according to the prevailing culture, and it is right that they should. The intrinsic meanings of the numbers are esoteric and eternal, but their manifestations may change. Numerology is something we work with, to develop and understand -- it is a wisdom teaching, not a doctrine.

Pythagoras of Samos was one of the earliest known numerologists. Born around 600 BCE, he taught mysticism and philosophy to seekers who came from far and wide to benefit from his wisdom. He believed that numbers were sacred because they existed independently of material form. There is some evidence the Buddha may have studied with him, and together the two masters may have spread the teachings eastwards. Later, in the 5th century BCE, the Greek philosopher Plato recorded the insights of Pythagoras for posterity. We may speculate about how much numerology influenced the development of systems such as I Ching and Qabalah, but the truth is lost in the mists of time.

A basic tenet of Pythagoreanism held that the Universe was an expression of mathematical relationships. The Universe is vibration, and music is audible vibration. Pythagoras found that music is governed by numbers and that the pitch of a note is determined by the length of the string producing it. Harmonies thus depend on different wavelengths, and can be expressed as ratios or numbers. Numbers also underlie nature in respect of geometric proportions, with similar patterns repeating in seashells, flowers and planetary orbits. This is scientific fact, but it has also formed the basis of esoteric thinking throughout history. Patterning and cycles, harmonies and proportions are to be found in many subjects, from astrology to Feng Shui, as we shall see.

Early humans would have needed only a few numbers to keep account of their lives, and indeed even today some indigenous people can only count up to 2 -- beyond that they just perceive 'many'. Numerology developed with civilization. It is encoded in Egyptian hieroglyphics, and the Pyramids were built using numerological measurements and symmetry. Great monuments have a numerological element; for instance, at Stonehenge in England there are 56 pits known as 'Aubrey holes' -- the 5 plus the 6 add up to the Master Number 11, with its powerful influence on collective inspiration.

Numerology as we know it has evolved and adapted slowly since Pythagoras. In the 19th century, discoveries about light and magnetism made popular the theory that numbers related to energy patterns. Early in the 20th century, the writer Sepharial explored the links between numerology and astrology, names and the properties of nature. He made successful predictions for the stock market and horse races using numerology.

Some esotericists have also used Hebrew numerology, in which the numbers 1 to 12 are significant. The number 12 may be regarded as sacred because 4 (the basis of earthly life and the Four Elements) multiplied by 3 (the creative number of the Holy Trinity) makes 12. There are 12 signs of the zodiac, 12 numbers on the clock face, and so on. However, for modern Western culture, which uses nine digits, it is appropriate to use nine basic vibrational signatures, and this is the system employed by present-day numerologists.

One of the factors that affects numerology is human life expectancy. It used to be comparatively rare for people to reach their allotted 'three score and ten' years, ie 70. Seven decades signified completion and many numerologists paid great attention to a system that covered 1 to 7. Now, with an increasing number of people living well beyond 80, the number 9 seems more important, and this is another factor in the use of nine types.

Numbers are all around us, and if you become aware of them you will soon find that patterns take shape.

TOC:

Contents

Introduction

Using This Book

    CHAPTER 1: The Numbers
      The Nine Frequencies of Life
      Numbers 0–9
    Master Numbers
      Number 11
      Number 22
      Other Master Numbers
    CHAPTER 2: Numerology and Other Systems
      Esoteric Numbers
      Astrology and Numerology
      Numerology and the I Ching
      Numerology and Feng Shui
      Numerology and Tarot
      Numerology and the Qabalah
    CHAPTER 3: Five Formulas
      Introduction to the Formulas
      Numbers 1–9
        Personality Number
        Life Path Number
        Soul Number
        Destiny Number
        Here-and-Now Number
      Numbers 11 and 22
    CHAPTER 4: Correspondences
      Numbers 1–9
    CHAPTER 5: More Important Numbers
      Missing Numbers
      The Higher Numbers
      Consonants: Quiescent Self
    CHAPTER 6: Relationships
      Numerological Relationships
      Numbers 1–9
      Number 11
      Number 22
    CHAPTER 7: Personal Cycles
      Introduction to Personal Cycles
      Year 1–9
    CHAPTER 8: Numbers in Your Life
      Your Age
      Car Numbers
      House Numbers
      Telephone Numbers
      Lucky Numbers

Notes Made by Reader
Glossary
Bibliography
Index
Acknowledgements

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