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Numerology System Versus Astrology System
December 25, 2017
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By JH sayyar: Professional Astrologer

Astro-Numerology

Pythagorean numbers System

The fifth page describes numerology of numbers 3 and 9, and also describes gods of ancient Greek mythology who correspond to the numerological three and the numerological nine. Numbers are considered in a context of Pythagorean numerology and consequently correspond with mythological images of gods and images of ancient philosophy. More detailed information on numerology of Pythagorean numbers can be found in books of antique philosophers, historians and poets, and also in modern books about ancient Greece in which antique myths are stated. Besides this page gives the information on comparison of numbers in numerology with aspects of planets which are formed within the framework of an astrological circle

Numerology and Ancient Greek Myths
Numerological Number 3

 

Hermes. (Numerology number 3).

Hermes is the son of Zeus and mountain nymph Maia. Her name corresponds to the name of the third month May in the Roman calendar that confirms ratio of Hermes with number 3 in numerology. Hermes is the intermediary between three worlds: world of gods, world of people, and world of death. He is the messenger (herald) of gods which speaks with people from the world of gods, and also is a conductor (guide) of people in the world of death.

Hermes sends people dreams which announce will of gods. Hermes is artful and dexterous, and also he is declined to trickery and assignment of the’s property, but also gives to people essential and necessary, and prompts correct actions, but nevertheless is capable to deceive. Hermes is the patron of travel and wanderings. Sends people successful coincidence of circumstances and successful accidents.

Hermes has musical abilities and has created seven-stringed lyre which has presented to Apollo in exchange for the magic gold staff (caduceus) that has talented Hermes with ability to guessing. Namely Apollo has learned him to guess by means of the magic staff, but art of Hermes’ guessing is consisted in the magic staff which makes sleepy and consequently differs from inspired prophetical art which has Apollo, or differs from art of predictions and forecasting which belongs to Prometheus.

Hermes is an expert on secrets and secret knowledge. He is the patron of esoteric doctrines and occult sciences which are based on mystery and various magic attributes.
He is a grandson of Atlas who was brother of Prometheus, and consequently Hermes aspires to knowledge.

In essence modern occultism or so-called theosophy exist under protection of Hermes (Hermes Trismegistus) and consequently operate with knowledge which are accessible for Hermes, but occultism and occultists have no knowledge which are known to other gods and are not open for Hermes. Magic staff (caduceus) of Hermes is a symbol of occultism which opens secret (esoteric) mystery, but according to mythological legends this magic staff makes sleepy or otherwise to tell, makes sleepy of reason that allows to guess and find out information on the past or the future, and also allows to find out mystery by means of unconsciousness mentality which are subject to Hermes.

As against Artemis and Hecate which create communications of human relations, Hermes releases bindings which connect people. Therefore lunar magic of Hecate and natural magic of Artemis differ from magic abilities of Hermes. Namely Hermes is the conductor in the world of death and consequently his magic releases people from bindings with the natural world of life which belongs to Artemis, and releases from animal fears which accompany existence of alive essences and are in authority of Hecate.

In Roman mythology Hermes is equivalent of Mercury which was the god of trade and commercial benefit. Mercury goes in support of Fortune – the goddess of happiness and good luck who symbolizes world’s variability and favorable changes of

predeterminations of destiny which are probable in the event that circumstances of life develop in a sequence of events favorable for the person.

Aphrodite. (numerology number 9).

Aphrodite is the goddess of love and beauty.
Aphrodite Urania is most senior than Olympic gods as has appeared from blood of Uranus who corresponds with a world global category of energy and consequently Aphrodite symbolizes force of love energy (energy of love) which penetrates all world. She is eternally young and also she is accompanied by nice and invariable young Charites (Graces).

She subordinates people and gods by means of the love energy, and also subordinates four world elements, but to her are not subject Athena, Artemis (light image of Artemis) and Hecate (light image of Hecate) which are virgin goddesses.
Aphrodite is the goddess of erotic love, that differs from Hera or dark image of Artemis whose love is caused by wild call of a nature or physiological need of children’s birth, and also caused by creation of children for the sake of continuation of families and for preservation of the world order.

The love of Aphrodite pacifies wild animals and restrains enmity of people or gods.
Myths describe Aphrodite Urania (Celestial) who was born of Uranus’ energy, and also myths describe Aphrodite Pandemos (Public) who is accessible to all. Namely Aphrodite corresponds with primary world energy of love, and you see Olympic gods are derivatives from initial world potentialities and initial energy and consequently among Olympic gods Aphrodite has an image which is comparable with images of Olympic gods, and this image is Aphrodite Pandemos.

Numerological Number 9

Aphrodite Pandemos. (numerology number 9). Aphrodite Pandemos is the daughter of Zeus and Dione.Dione is oceanid whose name is conformable to name of Dionysus which was the nation-wide god of winemaking and idle art that draws together

images of two gods, but in myths there are no direct communications between Dionysus and Dione.

Aphrodite Pandemos is the goddess of hetaeras and sensual pleasures. Carries beautiful expensive clothes and jewelry. Wakens in people and gods love desires. Patronizes in love and pursues those who rejects or refuses mutual love.
The husband of Aphrodite is Hephaestus the ugliest god but the skilful master that determines interrelation of numerological numbers 7 and 9. That is conflicts of Hephaestus to the world order are compensated by beauty of Aphrodite who is recognized as the most beautiful in the world.

Aphrodite not only inspires love but falls in love itself and consequently is unfaithful to the husband. From connection of Aphrodite with Ares are born Eros and Harmonia, but also are born Deimos (dread) and Phobos (fright), that is Aphrodite derivates not only beauty and love but also derivates the horror which arises in charm of demonic beauty.
Aphrodite is recognized as the most beautiful goddess that is determined by Paris when he estimated beauty of three goddesses Athena, Hera and Aphrodite. Choice of Paris is caused by that Aphrodite promised possession Helen who was the most beautiful woman among people as against Hera who promised to Paris the regal greatness surpassing all terrestrial tsars, or as against the promise of Athena who offered bravery and heroism. The Greek Aphrodite is identical to the Roman Venus whose name means “favor of gods”.

Aspects of Planets (Heavenly Bodies) in Astrology

Numbers of numerology can be compared to astrological aspects which are formed by configurations of planets or other heavenly bodies. Namely by means of values which have numbers from the point of view of numerology, it is possible to define meanings of aspects which are formed by heavenly bodies within the framework of an astrological circle. Aspects are geometrical ratio of heavenly bodies within the framework of an astrological circle. Otherwise it is possible to tell that aspects are elements of

geometrical figures which are formed by heavenly bodies and are entered in an astrological circle that symbolizes position of heavenly bodies within the limits of a universe. Accordingly aspects have properties of geometrical figures, and geometrical figures correspond with numerological numbers and consequently meanings of aspects correspond with values of numbers in numerology.

For example, the astrological aspect Trine (120 degrees) is the side of an isosceles triangle and consequently has properties of numerological number 3 which corresponds with a geometrical figure of a triangle. That is aspects of heavenly bodies in the astrology have meanings which correspond with images of mythological gods. But it is necessary to take into account that planets and other heavenly bodies also have meanings of mythological gods, and thus positions of heavenly bodies within the framework of an astrological circle form aspects that demands separate consideration of characters of heavenly bodies and meanings which are caused by aspects of their mutual positions. Namely images of mythological gods and astrological symbols are considered not personally for gods but it is necessary to take into account meanings which symbols and gods have.

Aspect Conjunction

(Concurrence of heavenly bodies within the framework of an astrological circle)
This astrological aspect corresponds to numerological number 1 and specifies direct interaction of heavenly bodies as appropriate god Ares has property of direct influence on opponents, and accents attention to individualities of cooperating bodies. Namely as a result of interaction one heavenly body submits to other heavenly body as Ares is the aggressive and contradictory god that can cause antagonism of heavenly bodies, or can be quiet if any one heavenly body is capable to submit to other heavenly body.

Aspect Opposition 360/2=180 Degrees

(Opposite position of heavenly bodies within the framework of an astrological circle)
This astrological aspect corresponds to numerological number 2 and specifies on dual display of qualities of heavenly bodies which occurs as a result of the interaction, you see appropriate goddesses Hecate or Artemis have dual qualities. Namely cooperating heavenly bodies mutually replace the qualities or are identified each other, and also initiate display of a duality of the qualities. Otherwise it is possible to tell that displays of heavenly bodies become similar, that in some cases can be inconsistent or not inconsistent depending on characters of heavenly bodies.

Aspect Trine 360/3=120 Degrees

(Position of heavenly bodies within the framework of an astrological circle with angular coordinate 120 degrees) This astrological aspect corresponds to numerological number 3 and a geometrical figure of a triangle. Specifies successful and not disputed process of interaction of heavenly bodies as appropriate god Hermes is the patron of lucky coincidences and helps to make correct decisions.

Aspect Square 360/4=90 Degrees

(Position of heavenly bodies within the framework of an astrological circle with angular coordinate 90 degrees) This astrological aspect corresponds to numerological number 4 and a geometrical figure of a square. Specifies the compelled and necessary interaction of heavenly bodies which is caused by the essential and important reasons as appropriate goddess Hera is guided in the actions by the supreme necessity. Namely interaction of heavenly bodies is dictated by necessity and is compulsory, that in result can be favorable or adverse depending on characters which heavenly bodies have.

Aspect Quintile 360/5=72 Degrees

(position of heavenly bodies within the framework of an astrological circle with angular coordinate 72 degrees) This astrological aspect corresponds to numerological number 5 and a geometrical figure of a pentagon. Specifies freedom of actions which is shown in interaction of heavenly bodies as appropriate goddess Athena is independent among Olympic gods and has freedom of actions according to own representations about necessity of realization of those or other results.

Also this aspect can specify wise interaction of heavenly bodies during which each heavenly body shows necessary qualities which allow achieving optimum results as Athena is the goddess of wisdom.

Aspect Sextile 360/6=60 Degrees

(position of heavenly bodies within the framework of an astrological circle with angular coordinate 60 degrees) This astrological aspect corresponds to numerological number 6 and a geometrical figure of a hexagon. Specifies interaction of heavenly bodies as a result of which actions correspond to public interests, you see numerological number 6 corresponds with the Supreme Olympic gods who possess authority above the world and have the right of settlement of public interests. Namely qualities of heavenly bodies are shown according to will of gods, and interaction can be disputed or not disputed but circumstances of actions develop according to world laws.

Aspect Septile 360/7=51, 4… Degrees

(Position of heavenly bodies within the framework of an astrological circle with angular coordinate 51, 4… degrees) This astrological aspect corresponds to numerological number 7 and a geometrical figure of a heptagon. Specifies interaction of heavenly bodies as a result of which circumstance of actions contradict world laws or cause the punishment, you see appropriate gods Hephaestus and Prometheus counteract laws of the world, or their affairs cause displeasure of the Supreme Olympic gods. Namely as a result of interaction of heavenly bodies there is an infringement or inconsistent comprehension of the world laws, and interaction can be disputed or not disputed but in any case results of actions are the reason of the conflict to the world.

Aspect Semi-Square 360/8=45 Degrees

(position of heavenly bodies within the framework of an astrological circle with angular coordinate 45 degrees) This astrological aspect corresponds to numerological number 8 and a geometrical figure of an octagon. Specifies interaction of heavenly bodies which is inspired with aspiration to an ideal and if results of actions do not correspond to an ideal then there is dissatisfaction as appropriate gods Apollo and Dionysus exist in a condition of inspired or intoxicate aspiration to an ideal. Or it is possible to tell that interaction of heavenly bodies is intoxicate but then there comes sober understanding of essence of the occurred actions which can be burdensome if results bring to mistakes and errors, or results can be correct, that depends on character of heavenly bodies.

Aspect Novile (Nonagen) 360/9= 40 Degrees

(position of heavenly bodies within the framework of an astrological circle with angular coordinate 40 degrees) This astrological aspect corresponds to numerological number 9 and a geometrical figure of a nine-square specifies that interaction of heavenly bodies is caused by mutual reconciliation as the appropriate goddess Aphrodite has reconciliatory force of love. Namely results of actions can be correct or wrong, that depends on character of heavenly bodies, but during interaction there are no conflicts even if characters of heavenly bodies are inconsistent.

Except for the listed meanings during interaction of heavenly bodies probably display other meanings of astrological aspects which the appropriate numerological numbers and mythological gods have. For example, if interaction is caused by aspect nonagen then reconciliation of heavenly bodies can result to a turn of incorrect consequences, but nevertheless reconciliation can be more desirable rather than correct actions. Or, for example, if interaction of heavenly bodies is caused by aspect septile then as a result of conflicts to world laws there can be non-standard decisions of complex problems. The listed aspects are the basic in the astrology but except for them there are additional aspects which are geometrical harmonics of the basic aspects. Namely

aspects 72+72=144 degree, 72/2=36 degrees, 72+36=108 degrees which are harmonics of aspect quintile 72 degrees. Or aspects 60/2=30 degrees, 120+30=150 degrees which are harmonics of aspect trine 120 degrees or harmonics of aspect sextile 60 degrees. Additional aspects have own values which nevertheless correspond with values of the basic aspects. Detailed consideration of aspects of heavenly bodies is outside of a context of this site, but the submitted comparisons of numerological numbers and mythological gods with aspects of heavenly bodies allow understanding essence which aspects in the astrology have. And also the given information somewhat allows to understand metaphysical essence which geometrical figures have.

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The History of Zero Versus nine Numbers
December 25, 2017
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By JH Sayyar: Professional Astrologer

Zero History

Zero is a powerful number which brings great transformational change, sometimes occurring in a profound manner. It has much intensity, so caution is needed wherever it appears to ensure that extremes are not encountered.  Zero represents the Cosmic Egg, the primordial Androgyne – the Plenum. Zero as an empty circle depicts both the nothingness of death and yet the totality of life contained within the circle. As an ellipse the two sides represent ascent and descent, evolution and involution.

Before the One (meaning the Source–not the number) there is only Void, or non-being; thought; the ultimate mystery, the incomprehensible Absolute. Begins with meanings such as, Non-existence; nothingness; the unman fest; the unlimited; the eternal. The absence of all quality or quantity.

Zero Number

History of Zero

Middle East

By the mid 2nd millennium BC, the Babylonians had a sophisticated hexadecimal positional numeral system. The lack of a positional value (or zero) was indicated by a space between hexadecimal numerals. By 300 BC a punctuation symbol (two slanted wedges) was co-opted as a placeholder in the same Babylonian system. In a tablet unearthed at Kish (dating from perhaps as far back as 700 BC), the scribe Bel-ban-aplu wrote his zeroes with three hooks, rather

than two slanted wedges. The Babylonian placeholder was not a true zero because it was not used alone. Thus numbers like 2 and 120 (2X60), 3 and 180 (3X60), 4 and 240 (4X60), et al., looked the same because the larger numbers lacked a final hexadecimal placeholder. Only context could differentiate them.

Greece

Ancient Greeks seemed unsure about the status of zero as a number: they asked themselves “How can nothing be something?”, leading to interesting philosophical and, by the Medieval period, religious arguments about the nature and existence of zero and the vacuum. The paradoxes of Zeno of Elea depend in large part on the uncertain interpretation of zero. The ancient Greeks also questioned whether 1 was a number.

Early use of something like zero by the Indian scholar Pingala (circa 5th-2nd century BC), implied at first glance by his use of binary numbers, is only the modern binary representation using 0 and 1 applied to Pingala’s binary system, which used short and long syllables (the latter equal in length to two short syllables), making it similar to Morse code. Nevertheless, he and other Indian scholars at the time used the Sanskrit word sunya (the origin of the word zero after a series of transliterations and a literal translation) to refer to zero or void. Do you ever ‘see’ the Maya Numeric Codes?

One of my time travel archetypes is a vertical zipper opening into the void,
kind of like a rip in the fabric of time. It is linked to DNA, ladders, etc.

Evolution of our DNA

Mesoamerica

The Mesoamerican (Mayan) Long Count calendar developed in south-central Mexico required the use of zero as a place-holder within its vigesimal (base-20) positional numeral system. A shell glyph was used as a zero symbol for these Long Count dates, the earliest of which (on Stela 2 at Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas) has a date of 36 BC. Since the eight earliest Long Count dates appear outside the Maya homeland, it is assumed that the use of zero in the Americas predated the Maya and was possibly the invention of the Olmecs.

The Olmecs are most important.

Indeed, many of the earliest Long Count dates were found within the Olmec heartland, although the fact that the Olmec civilization had come to an end by the 4th century BC, several centuries before the earliest known Long Count dates, argues against the zero being an Olmec discovery. Although zero became an integral part of Maya numerals, it of course did not influence Old World numeral systems.

Greece

By 130, Ptolemy, influenced by Hipparchus and the Babylonians, was using a symbol for zero (a small circle with a long overbar) within a sexagesimal numeral system otherwise using alphabetic Greek numerals. Because it was used alone, not just as a placeholder, this Hellenistic zero was perhaps the first documented use of a number zero in the Old World. However, the positions were usually limited to the cractional part of a number, called minutes, seconds, thirds, fourths, etc. They were not used the integral part of a number.

In later Byzantine manuscripts of his Syntaxis Mathematica (Almagest), the Hellenistic zero had morphed into the Greek letter omicron (otherwise meaning 70).

Rome

Another zero was used in tables alongside Roman numerals by 525 (first known use by Dionysius Exiguus), but as a word, nulla meaning nothing, not as a symbol. When division produced zero as a remainder, nihil, also meaning nothing, was used. These medieval zeros were used by all future medieval computists (calculators of Easter). An isolated use of their initial, N, was used in a table of Roman numerals by Bede or a colleague about 725, a zero symbol.

India

In 498 AD, Indian mathematician and astronomer Aryabhata stated that “Sthanam sthanam dasa gunam” or place to place in ten times in value, which may be the origin of the modern decimal based place value notation.

The oldest known text to use zero is the Jain text from India entitled the Lokavibhaaga, dated 458 AD. however, it was first introduced to the world by Al Khawarizmim, a Persian mathematician, astronomer and geographer. He was the founder of several branches and basic concepts of mathematics. In the words of Phillip Hitti, Al Khawarizmi’s contribution to mathematics influenced mathematical thought to a greater extent. His work on algebra initiated the subject in a systematic form and also developed it to the extent of giving analytical solutions of linear and quadratic equations, which established him as the founder of Algebra. The very name Algebra has been derived from his famous book Al-Jabr wa-al-Muqabilah.

His arithmetic synthesized Greek and Hindu knowledge and also contained his own contribution of fundamental importance to mathematics and science. Thus, he explained the use of zero, a numeral of fundamental importance developed by the Arabs. Similarly, he developed the decimal system so that the overall system of numerals, ‘algorithm’ or ‘algorizm’ is named after him.

The first indubitable appearance of a symbol for zero appears in 876 in India on a stone tablet in Gwalior. Documents on copper plates, with the same small o in them, dated back as far as the sixth century AD, abound.

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Ancient Egypt Numerology for Beginners
December 25, 2017
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By JH Sayyar: Professional Astrologer

Ancient Egypt Numerology System

The first step towards written numbers was taken in ancient Egypt when tally marks came into use probably 4000-5000 years ago. The priests and scribes took a step further by inventing a system of numerals which varied according to the size of the number. To report a total, they gave the individual numbers, and the number of each in the grand total.

Using these number-signs, the Egyptians could add, subtract, multiply and divide; but they had no special symbols for these operations, instead they gave a form of words describing what had to be done. Hieroglyphics were reserved for formal, official inscriptions (because they were too complex for ordinary purposes), and they make the picture writing we see in royal tombs and on temple walls. Numbers were seldom used in hieroglyphic writing. Scribes used a simplified version of hieroglyphic (pictorial), known as hieratic (symbolic), written in ink on papyrus.

Unfortunately, all that we know about Egyptian mathematics is preserved in, and has to be deduced from, no more than two papyrus rolls, a few fragments of papyrus and a scrap of incised leather. The most important of these rolls, bought by the Scottish antiquary A. Rhind in 1858 in Egypt, was compiled in the 16th century BC by the scribe Ahmes using the hieratic notation.

  1. Egyptian Numbers

The Rhind papyrus is a rich primary source of ancient Egyptian mathematics, containing 84 worked problems and describing the Egyptian methods of adding – subtracting – multiplying and dividing with whole numbers and fractions, the solution of linear equations and the mesuration of simple areas and volumes.

Egyptian numbers were written from right to left. After the fashion of time, Ahmes did not use -or have- any signs for equals, plus or minus… The Egyptians’ system of numeration was based on the scale of ten, but they had no concept of place value. There was a simple repetition within each decade with separate symbols for 1, 10, 100 etc. Egyptian numbers started at one and went up as far as a million.

In hieroglyphic 1 was symbolized by a paper leaf; 10 was a tie made by bending a leaf; 100 was what looks like a piece of rope; 1000 was a lotus flower. 10000 was a snake; 100000 was a tadpole and 1000000 was a scribe raising both hands above bis head.

But still Egyptian mathematics has long been devalued because it lacks a sign for zero and has no place-system. But the notion that different symbols should be used for different ‘levels’ of tens made the zero unnecessary and made it possible to write the numerals in any order. In a way, this system was simpler than ours.

  1. Tables

Tables (calculation charts) were invented in Babylon, but Egyptian mathematics developed and perfected them in forms that were used and unchanged for millennia. The Rhind papyrus gives clear evidence of a two times table for addition, which could also be used for its complement, subtraction. There was also a table for unit fractions, so that long strings of fractions could be added routinely.

  1. Multiplication

The Egyptians had no need to learn the ‘ times tables’ for multiplication or division. The insight, they had, was that any whole number could be made up by adding selected terms from the binary series ; 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256,…

Suppose for example, that an Egyptian scribe wanted to multiply 226 by 13. To get 13 we take 1, 4 and 8 (1+4+8=13) from the binary series. Then we multiply them by 256 and then we add them.

This means: 1 x 226 = 226

4 x 226 = 904

8 x 226 = 1808

226 x 13 = (226 x 8) + (226 x 4) + (226 x 1) = 1808 + 904 + 226 = 2938

This looks cumbersome to set out, but Egyptian scribes, used to such calculations, could presumably perform them very quickly, with minimal need to write things down.

  1. Division

Perhaps the most dazzling mathematical insight of the Egyptians was that the four arithmetical processes are closely related. The previous calculation, for example, tells us not only that 226 multiplied by 13 equals 2938 but also that 2938 divided by 13 equals 226.

Using the binary series, exactly as for multiplication, an Egyptian scribe seeking to divide 256 by 17 would probably have consulted a division table(this is an official document on papyrus), and then written :

17    256

1     15

 

The modern equivalent would be :

1 x 17 = 17

2 x 17 = 34

4 x 17 = 68

8 x 17 = 136

256 = 136 + 68 + 34 + 17 + 1 and 256/17 = 8 + 4 + 2 + 1 + 1/17 = 15 +1/17

  1. Fractions

Egyptian arithmetic was based on the operations of adding, doubling and halving; multiplication was achieved by successive doubling. Two reasons may be suggested for their great emphasis on fractions. First, in a society that did not use money, where transactions were carried out in kind, there was a need for accurate calculations with fractions, particularly in practical problems such as division of food, parcelling out land and mixing different ingredients for beer or bread.

Second, division entails operating with fractions, and here we meet a distinctive feature of Egyptian arithmetic : numerical operations were achieved by successive doubling and/or halving. The process of halving in division often led to fractions. All fractions were reduced to sums of unit fractions (fractions of the form 1/n) the only exception was 2/3, which was accorded a special symbol.

When carrying out division, using unit fractions, it is often necessary to double a unit fraction (so to compute 2/n as a sum of unit fractions). No less than a third of the complete Rhind papyrus of a table for expressing fractions of the form 2/(2n+1), for values of n from 2 to 50, as sums of unit fractions, each with different denominator.

Ahmes wrote fractions as single numbers with a dot over the top. The dot was the hieratic equivalent of the hieroglyph for an open mouth referring to the original use of fractions: to divide out shares of food and drink. The modern equivalent of would be 1/5.

In the Rhind we find one of the earliest known algorithms in the history of mathematics: finding two-thirds of the fraction one-fifth. The algorithm of Ahmes says : multiply the denominator of the original fraction by two and write down the result. Then multiply the denominator of the original fraction by six and add the two results.

Following Ahmes’ advise: 2/3 x 1/5 = 1/10 + 1/30 = 4/30 = 2/15

In modern notation: 2/3 x 1/5 = (1/2 + 1/6) x 1/5 = 1/10 + 1/30 = 2/15

  1. Conclusion

Many of the calculations in the Rhind Papyrus evidently are practice exercises for young students. Although a large proportion of them are of a practical nature, in some places the scribe seems to have had puzzles or mathematical recreations in mind. Thus Problem 79 cites only “seven houses, 49 cats, 343 mice, 2401 ears of spelt, 16807 hekats.” It is presumed that the scribe was dealing with a problem, perhaps quite well known, in which in each of seven houses there are seven cats each of which eats seven mice, each of which would have eaten seven ears of grain.

The problem evidently called not for the practical answer, which would be the number of houses, cats, mice, ears of spelt, and measures of grain. Egyptian arithmetic was concerned with the most precise solution, not allowing to round off figures when dividing. Learning how to divide bread and bear as accurately as possible, as an academic exercise, was a useful preparation for more important calculations.

Knowing the algorithms, students could be prepared for really vital problems, such as: how do you place a narrow opening so that twice a year forever(on our 20 October and 20 February) the sun will shine on the face of Ramses II in the royal tomb at Abu Simbel ?

That brings us to another important function of all ‘learned’ mathematicians in ancient Egypt: calculating and organizing the calendar. This was linked to the ability to predict the beginning and duration of each of the three seasons recognized: annual flooding of the Nile delta, the period of seed-time and growth and the period of harest.

Using the system described, the Egyptians could carry out the most extraordinary and complex calculations. Sophisticated calculations were needed to plan and build cities and monumental buildings, which are still a wonder in the modern world.

Early Greek Mathematics

Of what does the unique Greek contribution to maths consists? We can identify three elements. The first is an insistence that all

mathematical results must be established by deductive reasoning. Secondly the Greeks made mathematics abstract. And the third notable feature of Greek maths was their emphasis on geometry and the use of geometrical methods for solving problems.

The other side of the coin is the Greek failure to develop a symbolic notation of the kind needed to 0make real progress in algebra and in calculus. Nevertheless, the Greeks created first-class maths being inspired and motivated by their desire to understand the nature of reality. They valued and cultivated maths because they believed that the world was designed in accordance with mathematical laws. Most of the leading Greek mathematicians were also astronomers, and many applied their talents in the study of music, optics, mechanics or geography. Mathematics was twice blessed: it was valued both for its own sake and as the key to unlock the secrets of nature.

The Greeks of the classical age used the so-called Attic system of numeration, which resembled the primitive Egyptian number-language. It was eventually superseded by a new system known as the Ionic of Alexandrian. This system was still non- positional, but used 27 different numerals – the 24 letters of the Greek alphabet, supplemented by 3 obsolete letters – to represent the numbers 1,2,3,…,9 ; 10,20,30,…,90 ; 100,200,300,…,900.

Intermediate numbers were written by combining 2 or 3 numerals : thus 109 was written as . Extra markings were used to denote numbers of 1000 and more. The scheme was reasonably serviceable for integers, but quite inadequate for fractions. That is why the Babylonian place-value system was retained by most Hellenistic astronomers.

The Age of Plato

Plato is known to the world as the foremost Greek philosopher (c. 429 – c. 348 B.C.), student of Socrates, and teacher of Aristotle. He founded a school in Athens in a grove of trees named after the owner, Academes. From this name, Plato derived the name of his school, the Academy. The Academy was a center of learning for nearly a thousand years, claiming both commoners and kings as its students.

Plato is important in the history of mathematics largely for his role

as inspirer and director of others and perhaps to him is due the sharp distinction in ancient Greece between arithmetic (in the sense of the theory of numbers) and logic (the technique of computation). Plato regarded logistic as appropriate for the businessman and for the man of war, who “must learn the art of numbers or he will not know how to array his troops.” The philosopher, on the other hand, must be an arithmetician “because he has to arise out of the sea of change and lay hold of true being.”

Moreover, Plato says in the Republic, “arithmetic has a very great and elevating effect, compelling the mind to reason about abstract number.” So elevating are Plato’s thoughts concerning numbers that they reach the realm of mysticism and apparent fantasy. In the last book of the Republic he refers to a number that he calls “the lord of better and worse births.” There has been much speculation concerning this “Platonic number” and one theory is that it is the number

604 = 12960000 – important in Babylonian numerology and possibly transmitted to Plato through the Pythagoreans, In the Laws the number of citizens in the ideal state is given as 5040 ( that is, 1 x 2 x 3 x 4 x 5 x 6 x 7). This sometimes is referred to as the Platonic nuptial number, and various theories have been advanced to suggest what Plato had in mind.

As in arithmetic Plato saw a gulf separating the theoretical and computational aspects, so also in geometry he espoused the cause of pure mathematics as against the materialistic views of the artisan or technician. Plutarch, in his Life of Marcellus, speaks of Plato’s indignation at the use of mechanical contrivances in geometry. Apparently Plato regarded such use as “the mere corruption and annihilation of the one good of geometry, which was thus shamefully turning its back upon the unembodied objects of pure intelligence.” Plato’s search for abstract perfection was a dominant theme.

He conceived a spiritual world of abstract ideas an ideals – timeless, changeless an indestructible – over and above the imperfect and transitory world of matter as perceived by the senses. Plato believed that the thinking and rigor required by mathematics, particularly geometry, was indispensable to the study of philosophy. To him mathematics belongs, ‘par excellence’, to the ideal world and so should be studied by all who seek to lead society or to influence their fellow men.

Hence the well-known motto commonly held to grace the entrance to Plato’s Academy at Athens: ‘Let no one ignorant of geometry enter here ‘.

Consequently, perhaps Plato may have been largely responsible for the prevalent restriction in Greek geometrical constructions to those that can be affected by straightedge and compasses alone. The reason for the limitation is not likely to have been the simplicity of the instruments used in constructing lines and circles, but rather the symmetry of the configurations.

Few specific mathematical contributions are attributed to Plato. A formula for Pythagorean triples (2n)2 + (n2 -1)2 = (n2 +1)2 , where n is any neutral number, bears Plato’s name, but this is merely a slightly modified version of a result known to the Babylonians and the Pythagoreans.

Euclid of Alexandria

King Ptolemy I once asked Euclid whether there was any shorter way to a knowledge of geometry then by a study of the Elements, whereupon Euclid answered : “Highness, there is no royal road to geometry”.

  1. Author of the Elements

Among his early acts was the establishment at Alexandria of a school or institute, known as the Museum, second to none in its day. As teachers at the school he called a band of leading scholars, among whom he was the author of the most fabulously successful textbook ever written: “The Elements (Stoichia)” of Euclid. This by far the most influential mathematical work ever written (since the invention of printing more than 1000 editions) is organized in 13 Books and contains no fewer than 467 propositions. In ‘ The Elements ‘ the results are presented as a sequence of propositions – either theorems to be proved, or problems to be constructed using straight-edge and compasses only.

Considering the fame of the author and of his best seller, remarkably little is known of Euclid’s life. So obscure was his life that no birthplace is associated with his name. Although editions of the Elements often bore the identification of the author as Euclid of Megara and a portrait of Euclid of Megara often appears in histories of mathematics, this is a case of mistaken identity.

The real Euclid of Megara was a student of Socrates and, although concerned with logic, was no more attracted to mathematics than was his teacher. Our Euclid, by contrast, is known as Euclid of Alexandria, for he was called there to teach mathematics. From the nature of his work, it is presumed that he had studied with students of Plato, if not at the Academy itself. Euclid and the Elements are often regarded as synonymous: in reality the man was the author of about a dozen treatises covering widely varying topics, from optics, astronomy, music, and mechanics to a book on the conic sections. With the exception of the Spere of Autolycus surviving works by Euclid are the oldest Greek mathematical treatises extant.

  1. Scope of Book-I

Most of the propositions in Book I of the Elements are well known to anyone who has had a high school course in geometry. Included are the familiar theorems on congruence of triangles, on simple constructions by straightedge and compasses, on inequalities concerning angles and sides of a triangle, on properties of parallel lines and on parallelograms. It is to Euclid’s credit that the Pythagorean Theorem is immediately followed by a proof on the converse: if in a triangle the square on one of the sides is equal to the sum of the squares on the other two sides, the angle between these other two sides is a right angle.

  1. Geometrical Algebra

Book II is a short one, containing only fourteen propositions, is concerned, on the face of it, with geometrical algebra – with ‘the application of areas’ to prove algebraic identities such as : a2 = (a – b)(a + b) + b2

We must remember that the Greeks had no symbolic algebra and did not recognize irrational numbers; everything had to be proved geometrically. A number was thought of as a ‘line segment’, the product of two numbers as a rectangular area…not one of which plays any role in modern textbooks: yet in Euclid’s day this book was of a great significance. The sharp discrepancy between ancient and modern views is easily explained; today we have symbolic algebra and trigonometry that have replaced the geometrical equivalents from Greece. For instance, Proposition I of Book II states that “If there be two straight lines, and one of them be cut into any number of segments whatever, the rectangle contained by the two straight lines is equal to the rectangles contained by the uncut straight line and each of the segments.” This theorem, which asserts that:

AD(AP+PR+RB) = AD x AP + AD x PR + AD x RB is nothing more than a geometrical statement of one of the fundamental laws of arithmetic known today as the distributive law : a(b+c+d) = ab + ac + ad.

  1. Number Theory

In later Books (V and VI) we move to an entirely new level of mathematical sophistication: it expounds the Eudoxan theory of proportion. Herein we find also demonstrations of the commutative and associative laws for multiplication. Euclid shows how to divide a line in golden section and later moves to the construction of the regular pentagon. Books VII, VIII, and IX are arithmetical in content, dealing with the properties of the natural numbers and their ratios. Of course the subject is treated geometrically, as is the case throughout the whole Elements. A number is regarded as a line segment and the arguments are presented verbally, with no symbolic aids.

Book IX is a curious mixture. It includes an elementary treatment of properties of odd and even numbers, which almost certainly goes back to the Pythagoreans. By contrast, some of the later propositions are of great importance and most elegantly proved. Thus for example, Prop. IX, 20 gives the well-known proof by contradiction

that the number of primes is infinite, i.e. that there is no largest prime.

Books XI, XII and XIII deal with Solid Geometry

Remarkable is:

Sometimes Euclid treats a subject twice over ( f.e. for the so-called Euclidean algorithm : first in Book VIII for numbers and later in Book X for magnitudes ). When the algorithm is applied to two positive integers, the process will always terminate: we eventually reach a remainder of zero. The previous remainder is the largest common factor. But for magnitudes : ” if, when the lesser of two unequal magnitudes is continually subtracted in turn from the greater, that which is left over never measures the one before it, the magnitudes will be incommensurable”.

But returning to the numerical approach, in the Euclidean algorithm process, the ratio of the two initial numbers is uniquely defined by the finite sequence of quotients and can be encapsulated in a single expression being part of a continued fraction. Further study of the continued fractions leads to irrational numbers. Surprisingly, the simplest periodic continued fraction [1; 1,1,1,…] gives us the golden ratio! Truncating a continued fraction at successive terms results in a sequence of increasingly accurate rational approximations. Later some mathematicians doubted the emphasis on the Euclidean algorithm as a working tool but the fact that the Greeks were able to compute rational approximations is never contradicted.

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Different Universal Numerology all over the World
December 23, 2017
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By JH Sayyar: Professional Astrologer

The Chaldean Numerology System

Chaldean or “Mystic Numerology” is the older numerology of the two numerology systems. While Chaldean Numerology is considered more accurate, it’s less popular. This is because the Chaldean Numerology system is not as easy to master, and the alphabet values are not in as systematic an order as the other Numerology system. The name, when ana­lyzed under Chaldean Numerology, gives a more occult or meta­physical flavor to the destiny that’s interwoven into the person’s character. Chaldean Numerology indicates the hidden forces or invisible strings at play behind the scenes.

The Chaldean Numerology method also differs in that it goes by the name you’re most known by. Our sample person is known as Louis Wheeler to most people, and this is preferred under Chaldean Numerology analysis. As you see, his name under Chaldean Numerology adds up to a 6.

After the name, the birth number the day of the month on which you were born is considered to be the next most important factor in Chaldean Numerology. In our case, Louis was born on the 3rd of the month. The birth day number affects the personality, health, and other factors in Chaldean Numerology that will be detailed in future chapters.

The Chaldean Numerology approach is very an­cient and accurate. Chaldean Numerology was developed by the Chaldean long time ago, who once occupied the southern part of Babylonia. Because of their long and diligent study of the occult, the people of Chaldea became well known for their contributions to astronomy, mathematics, and other sciences, particularly Astrology and Numerology. So adept were these Chaldean people in the metaphysical arts, that their name became synonymous with such studies.

The Chaldean Numerology system takes both your name and birth-date into consideration. The analysis of your name under Chaldean

Numerology system uses only the name you are most known by, instead of your original name given at birth (a requirement of the Pythagorean system).

In the Chaldean Numerology system the numbers only go from 1 to 8, and not 1 to 9 – this means the transposition of the numbers assigned to the alphabet is different than in the Pythagorean counterpart. Below is the Chaldean Numerology Chaldean Numerology Number Values

As you may already have noticed, no alphabet letter was assigned to the number 9. The reason why the number 9 was omitted under Chaldean Numerology system was because the Chaldean felt the 9 was holy, sacred, and thus to be held apart from the rest. However, should your name or that of someone you know total 9, then the 9 remains. Let’s analyze a sample name under Chaldean Numerology system:

LESLIE

3 + 5 + 3 + 3+1+5 = 20 – 2 + 0 = 2

ERIC

5 + 2+1 + 3 = 11 – 1 + 1=2

Total: 2 + 2 = 4

All numbers, whether found under this system or the Pythagorean one, have basically the same meanings, symbols, nature, and character. This seems to be the universal rule of all number systems.

However, under the Chaldean Numerology system, it isn’t enough to know what the single numbers mean. One must also know what the “compound,” or “double,” numbers mean is well. The single Chaldean Numerology number simply represents the physcal outward appearance of a person’s name, whereas the compound Chaldean Numerology number represents the deeper, metaphysical, hidden influences or forces behind the name. In our above example, although the name adds up to the single num­ber 7, the name also has three compound numbers—20 in the first name, 11 in the middle name, and 21 in the last name.

Once the physical (single number) and metaphysical (compound number) aspects of your name have been determined, the next important step is your date of birth.

Your date of birth means the day of the month you were born under, for it too has its own occult symbology and significance. So, Leslie Eric Scott, born on the 8th day of December, would also be considered a number 8 per­son under this system. Your date of birth is extremely important because it is unchangeable and therefore a constant, like the needle pointing north on a compass. A person may undergo a series of name changes over the years because of marriage, adoption, and the like, but the birth date remains the same.

Chaldean Compound Number Vibrations

Here are some of the vibrations in Chaldean numerology. You can calculate your vibration with the Chaldean Numerology vibrations table pictured above and find out if your first, last name or first and last name together have a good or bad vibrations.

Here are only few vibrations listed. You get all the vibrations in the Numerology Analysis.

Single numbers denote what you appear to be in the eyes of others, while the double or compound numbers show the hidden influences that play a role behind the scenes and some mysterious way often foreshadow the future.

All the numbers from 10 upwards, become compound numbers and have a meaning of their own distinct from the root number. We do not know how and in what age these compound numbers were discovered. We can only say that they appear to have always existed.

The meanings ascribed to the numbers 1 to 9 belong to the physical or material side of things and compound numbers from 10 onwards belong to the more occult or spiritual side of life. Distinct symbolism has been given to the compound numbers up to that mysterious number of 52. The universally accepted symbolism of the compound numbers in ancient times was given in pictures and may still be found in the Tarot Cards which have been handed down to us from ancient times and whose origin is lost in antiquity. (Please refer to page 18).

10

Symbolized as the “Wheel of Fortune”. It is a number of honors, of faith and self-confidence, of rise and fall; one’s name will be known for good or evil, according to one’s desires; it is a fortunate number in the sense that one’s plans are likely to be car­ried out.

11

This is an ominous number to occultists. It gives warning of hidden dangers, trial, and treachery from others. It has a symbol of a “Clenched Hand”, and “a Lion Muzzled”, and of a person who will have great difficulties to contend against.

12

The symbolism of this number is suffering and anxiety of mind. It is also indicated as “the Sacrifice” or “the Victim” and generally foreshadows one being sacrificed for the plans or intrigues of others.

13

This is a number indicating change of plans, place and such-like and is not unfortunate, as is generally supposed. In some of the an­cient writings it is said, “He who understands the number 13 will be given power and dominion”. It is symbolized by the picture of a “Skeleton” of “Death,” with a scythe reaping down men, in a field of new-grown grass where young faces and heads appear crop­ping up on every side. It is a number of upheaval and destruction. It is a symbol of “Power” which if wrongly used will wreak destruction upon oneself. It is a number of warnings of the unknown or unexpected, if it becomes a “compound” number in one’s calculations.

14

This is a number of movements, combination of people and things, and danger from natural forces such as tempests, water, air or fire. This number is fortunate for dealings with money, specula­tion and changes in business, but there is always a strong element of risk and danger attached to it, but generally owing   to the actions and fool hardiness of others. If this number comes out in calcula­tions of future events the person should be warned to act with cau­tion and prudence.

15

This is a number of occult significance, of magic and mystery; but as a rule it does not represent the higher side of occultism, its meaning being that the persons represented by it will use every art of magic they can to carry out their purpose. If associated with a good or fortunate single number, it can be very lucky and power­ful, but if associated with one of the peculiar numbers, such as a 4 or an 8, the person it represents will not hesitate to use any sort of art, or even ”black-magic,” to gain what he or she desires.
It is peculiarly associated with “good talkers,” often with elo­quence, gifts of music and art and a dramatic personality, combin­ed with a certain voluptuous temperament and strong personal magnetism. For obtaining money, gifts, and favours from others it is a fortunate number.

16

This number has a most peculiar occult symbolism. It is pictured by “a Tower Struck by Lightning from which a man is falling with a Crown on his head.” It is also called “the Shattered Citadel”.
It gives warning of some strange fatality awaiting one, also danger of accidents and defeat of one’s plans. If it appears as a “compound” number relating to the future, it is a warning sign that should be carefully noted and plans made in advance in the Endeavour to avert its fatalistic tendency.

17

This is a highly spiritual number, and is expressed in symbolism by the 8-pointed Sta r of Venus; a symbol of “Peace and love”. It is also

 

called “the Star of the Magi” and expresses that the person it represents has raised superior in spirit to the trials and difficulties of his life or his career. It is considered a “Number of immortality” and that the person’s name “lives after him”. It is a fortunate number if it works out in relation to future events, provided it is not associated with the single number of fours and eights.

18

This number has a difficult symbolism to translate. It is pictured as “a rayed moon from which drops of blood are falling; a wolf and a hungry dog are seen below catching the falling drops of blood in their opened mouths, while still lower a crab is seen hastening to join them.” It is symbolic of materialism striving to destroy the spiritual side of the nature. It generally associates a per­son with bitter quarrels, even family ones, also with war, social upheavals, revolutions; and in some cases it indicates making money and position thorough wars or by wars. It is however a warn­ing of treachery, deception by others, also danger from the elements such as storms, danger from water, fires and explosions. When this “compound” number appears in working out dates in advance, such a date should be taken with a great amount of care, caution and circumspection.

19

This number is regarded as fortunate and extremely favorable. It is symbolized as “the Sun” and is called “the Prince of Heaven.” It is a number promising happiness, success, esteem and honor and promises success in one’s plan for the future.

 

 

20

This number is called “the Awakening”; also “the Judgment”. It is symbolized by the figure of a winged angel soun­ding a trumpet, while from below a man, a woman, and a child are seen rising from a tomb with their hands clasped in prayer.

This number has a peculiar interpretation; the call to action, but for some great purpose, cause or duty. It is not a material number and consequently is a doubtful one as far as worldly success is con­cerned. If used in relation to a future event, it denotes delays, hindrances to one’s plans, which can only be conquered through the develop­ment of the spiritual side of nature.

21

This number is symbolized by the picture of “the Universe”, and it is also called “the Crown of the Magi”. It is a number of ad­vancement, honors, elevation in life and general success. It means victory after long initiation and tests of determination. It is a for­tunate number of promises if it appears in any connection with future events.

22

This number is symbolized by a ” a Good Man blinded by the folly of others, with a knapsack on his back full of Arrows”. In this picture he appears to offer no defense against a ferocious tiger which is attacking him. It is a warning number of illusion and delusion, a good person who lives in a fool’s paradise; a dreamer of dreams who awakens only when surrounded by danger. It is also a number of false judgment owing to the influence of others. As a number in connection with future events, it is a warning and its meaning should be carefully noted.

23

This number is called “the Royal Star of the Lion.” It is a pro­mise of success, help from superiors and protection from those in high places. In dealing with future events it is a most fortunate number and a promise of success of one’s plan’s.

24

This number is also fortunate; it promises the assistance and association of those of rank and position with one’s plans; it also denotes gain through love and the opposite sex; it is a favorable number when it comes out in relation to future events.

25

This is a number denoting strength gained through experience, and benefits obtained through observation of people and things. It is not deemed exactly “lucky”, as its success is given through strife and

trials in an earlier life. It is favorable when it appears in regard to the future.

26

This number is full of the gravest warnings for the future. It foreshadows disasters brought about by association with others; ruin by bad speculations, by partnerships, unions and bad advice. If it comes out in connection with future events one should carefully consider the path one is treading.

27

This is a good number and is symbolized as “the Scepter.” It is a promise of authority, power and command. It indicates that reward will come from the productive intellect; that the creative faculties have sown good seeds that will reap a harvest. Persons with this “command” number at their back should carry out their own ideas and plans. It is a fortunate number if it appears in any connection with future events.

28

This number is full of contradictions. It indicates a person of great promise and possibilities who is likely to see all taken away from him unless he carefully provides for the future. It indicates loss through trust in others, opposition and competition in trade, danger of loss through law, and the likelihood of having to begin life’s road over and over again.

29

It is not a fortunate number for the indication  of future events. This number indicates uncertainties, treachery, and deception of others; it foreshadows trials, tribulation, and unexpected dangers, unreliable friends, and grief and deception caused by members of the opposite sex. It gives grave warning if it comes out in anything concerning future events.

30

This is a number of thoughtful deduction, retrospection, and mental superiority over one’s fellows, but as it seems to belong completely

to the mental plane, the persons it represents, are likely to put all material things on one side — not because they have to, but because they wish to do so. For this reason it is neither for­tunate nor unfortunate, for either depends on the mental outlook of the person it represents. It can be all powerful, but it is just as often indifferent according to the will or desire of the person.

31

This number is very similar to the preceding one, except that the person it represents is even more self-contacted, lonely, and isolated from his fellows. It is not a fortunate number from a worldly or material standpoint.

32

This number has a magical power like the single 5, or the “command” numbers 14 and 23. It is usually associated with combina­tions of people or nations. It is a fortunate number if the person it represents holds to his own judgment and opinions; if not, his plans are likely to be wrecked by the stubbornness and stupidity of others. It is a favorable number if it appears in connection with future events.

33

This number has no potency of its own and consequently has the same meaning as 24 — which are also a 6 — and the next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

 

34

Has the same meaning as the number 25, which is the one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

35

Has the same meaning as the number 26, which is the one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

36

Has the same meaning as the number 27, which is the one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

37

This number has a distinct potency of its own. It is a number of good and fortunate friendships in love, and in combinations con­nected with the opposite sex. It is also good for partnerships of all kinds. It is a fortunate indication if it appears in connection with future events.

38

Has the same meaning as the number 29, which is the one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

39

Has the same meaning as the number 30, which is the one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

40

Has the same meaning as the number 31, which is the one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

41

Has the same meaning as the number 32, which is one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

42

Has the same meaning as the number 24.

43

This is an unfortunate number. It is symbolized by the signs of revolution, upheaval, strife, failure, and prevention and is not a fortunate number if it comes out in calculation relating to future events.

44

Has the same meaning as 26.

 

45

Has the same meaning as 27.

46

Has the same meaning as 37.

47

Has the same meaning as 29.

48

Has the same meaning as 30.

49

Has the same meaning as 31.

50

Has the same meaning as 32.

51

This number has a very powerful potency of its own. It represents the nature of the warrior; it promises sudden advance­ment in whatever one undertakes; it is especially favorable for those in military or naval life and for leaders in any cause. At the same time it threatens enemies, dangers and the likelihood of assassination.

52

Has the same meaning as 43.

We have now completed the 52 numbers which represent the 52 weeks of our year, and for all practical purposes there is no necessi­ty to proceed further.

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Universal System of Nemerology Since Its Creation
December 23, 2017
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By JH Sayyar: Professional Astrologer

The Pythagorean Numerology System

Pythagorean Numerology, or “Modern Numerology,” as it’s often called, is used in the majority of cases. Pythagorean Numerology is very popular because it’s easier to learn how to translate letters into numbers, and to master their meanings. The name, when analyzed under Pythagorean Numerology, gives a psycho­logical bent to what motivates you, what you best ex­press naturally, as well as the impression you’re likely to make on others. Thus, Pythagorean Numerology method defines the natural talents, abilities, and tools that you were given at birth. This is why using the full name at birth is very important under this Pythagorean Numerology system.

Before we go any further, I want to make it clear that Numerology does not depend on psychic ability. It is not clairvoyance. I believe everyone is somewhat psychic and that we all have intuitions, but the power of Numerology doesn’t depend on these characteristics.

The science of Pythagorean Numerology begins with five primary numbers: two that can be derived from your birthday, and three that come from your name. These five numbers, along with a sixth number called the Attitude Number, offer us insight into who we are and how we can improve our lives in Pythagorean Numerology.

There are five primary numbers and one secondary number in the Pythagorean numerology system that we’ll be working with. These numbers are:

The Soul Number

Describes what you feel inside. People may not see this part of your character, but you feel it.

The Personality Number

Describes how people will perceive you. It is what you show the world.

The Power Name Number

Describes the strength of your name

The Birth Day Number

Describes the way others see you.

The Life Path Number

Describes the path your life must take in order

The Attitude Number

(a secondary number, but still very important):Describes your general attitude toward life. If your Attitude Number is not in harmony with your Life Path Number, then you will confuse the people in your life. Let people know about this duality right up front.

The most important number in Pythagorean numerology is Life Path Number. This is the first step to analyze a person and to find out more about him.

Pythagorean Numerology Number Values

Positive and Negative Energy of Pythagorean Numerology Number

Usually people want to know if they are compatible with other people, family, lovers, coworkers etc. A precise Pythagorean Numerology calculation can analyze if a person is in harmony with others.

But sometimes people do not get along with other people even if the Life Path Number is in harmony with their. This is because each number has a positive and a negative energy associated with it in Pythagorean Numerology. You might be bringing out the negative energy of a particular person’s number simply because that’s what you’re expecting from that person that’s what you’re used to. This is just one more way that knowing the numbers can help you change your life for the better in Pythagorean Numerology. Once you know whom you are compatible with, you can start breaking these patterns of low expectations.

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An Introduction To Numerology for Beginners
December 23, 2017
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By JH Sayyar: Professional Astrologer

An Introduction to Numerology

Welcome to the world of Advanced Numerology! In this lesson you will be learning various aspects relating to the origin of numerology, its growth and influence, a few details about the great numerologist Cheiro, the numerological impact in the tragic and untimely death of a talented Indian actress, defects existing in the present system of numerology, as well as various divisions and advantages of advanced numerology. When you complete this lesson, you will be well versed in the past, present and future of the science of numerology. To solidify your understanding of the knowledge gained in this lesson, you will have the opportunity to take a multiple choice test at the end of each lesson.

Origin, Growth, and Scope

Numerology is as old as our most ancient civilization. No one in fact knows the origin of the science of numerology but numbers are spoken of even in the ancient biblical literature and the Hindu mythological texts. As per the present records available, an identifiable history of numerology dates back to the Pythagoras period which runs between 569 and 470 B.C.

Pythagoras, a great sage, mathematician and philosopher of his times from Greece, had established a school in which he taught numerology, among other subjects. According to Pythagoras, the world is built upon the power of numbers and the system of the numbers works on the broader concept that the entire universe is composed of mathematical patterns. It is said that all things can be expressed in numbers which correspond to universal vibrations. Therefore, all things, including names, letters, words, birth dates and birthplaces, can be converted into numerical values in order to determine personalities, destinies and fortunes of individuals.

Though numerology has been in use for hundreds of years in some form or other, it underwent a lot of change in modern times. Certainly, what you perceive as numerology today was not the same as taught, practiced, or propagandized by Pythagoras; more has been written and rewritten on the subject in this century than in all of the  previous centuries.

Cheiro: 20th Century Teacher of Numerology

The only person who is responsible for the fast spread of numerology during the last century is William John Warner, better known as Cheiro, who also went by the name of Count Louis Hamon. One of the most famous and colorful occult figures of the early 20th century, Cheiro was a clairvoyant who used palmistry, astrology, and numerology to make accurate predictions and who inspired hundreds of numerologists and astrologers the world over.

He was the inspiration yesterday, is the inspiration today and will be the inspiration tomorrow. I am proud to announce, in all humility, that I have developed this course drawing inspiration from Cheiro, the Master of the Masters. Born at 10:53 LMT on November 1, 1866 in Dublin, Ireland, Cheiro had a vast following of famous European and American clients such as Mark Twain, Sarah Bernhardt, Mata Hari, Oscar Wilde, Grover Cleveland, Thomas Edison, the Prince of Wales, General Kitchener, William Gladstone, and Joseph Chamberlain. He spent his final years in Hollywood working for movies until his death on October 8, 1936.

The Power and Influence of Numbers

Numbers are in fact used every day, and they are absolutely indispensable in our lives! Can you imagine any activity or situation that is not related to numbers? Buy a book in a shop! Look at your watch to know the time! Go to a bank to draw or deposit cash! Buy a ticket to travel! You do anything in your life; it has got something to do with numbers in one way or the other.

The knowledge of numerology is like an ocean but as easy to understand as you drink a glass of water. When properly understood and appropriately applied, it can be an instrument to avoid major disasters. For instance, advanced numerology clearly says that the double digit number 17 has something of spirituality and immortality in it. But the science also says that the number, when associated with the numbers 4 and 8, creates havoc. When these numbers work in tandem, it results in tragic accidents and loss of precious life.

The Tragic Death of a Talented Actress

You will be surprised to know the power of numerology if you assess the tragic and untimely death of Ms. Soundarya, the famous South Indian multi-lingual young actress, who became a victim of these numbers. On April 17, 2004, she took off for a small town in Andhra Pradesh via Hyderabad from a Bangalore based airport, in a 49, a nine year old American made mini plane, along with three others including the pilot. The day was a Saturday. The plane took off at 11.05 a.m. and it came down crashing and exploding at 11.08 a.m., killing all the four occupants. Let us explore the power of fours and eights which caused the plane crash:

  1. The number of the date was 8 (17=1+7=8)
  2. The number of people aboard was 4.
  3. The age number of the aircraft was 4 (49 years=4+9=13=1+3=4)
  4. The month number was 4 (if you count from January, April becomes 4)
  5. The year number was 4 in the century.

The age number of the actress was 4 (it was revealed later that she was 31 when she           died in the crash; 3+1=4) the numerical value of the day – Saturday – was 8 (Saturday represents 8 in    numerology)

  1. The plane crashed exactly at the eighth minute of the hour. Here the double digit number 17 came in contact with fours and eights repeatedly and it resulted in the tragic death of the heartthrob of millions of Indian cinema goers. It is not without significance that the Director General of Civil aviation, Government of India, declared after a thorough investigation into the crash, that the crash would not have taken place had only three persons (including the pilot) taken off in the ill fated plane. He cited the reason that the plane’s capacity was only four people but it carried more weight than the permitted one as it carried a drum of fuel in addition to the four victims. There is no reason to suspect that the Government Officer was equipped with the knowledge of numerology but certainly his argument carries weight as the influence of fours and eights could have been reduced drastically had there been only three persons in the plane It has been my observation that while many people talk about various systems of numerology, few have

actually thought through the logic of them. My main purpose in this essay is to try to bring into focus the relevant aspects of arithmetic and how they may relate to numerology in practice, rather than to examine any system in great detail. Hopefully, this will allow those interested in pursuing any given system in depth to do so more carefully. I have some familiarity with the Hebrew and Pythagorean systems, so I take them as the relevant examples. There are three basic viewpoints on numerology, namely:

1) The main or sole purpose of the study is to get the student in the habit of thinking associatively and to break down the habit of linear thought in the same fashion as koans are meant to. The systems themselves are essentially arbitrary.

2) The numerological traditions contain various secrets or doctrines within them, but these are placed in an ad hoc fashion without an overarching pattern.

3) The numerological traditions use the structure of arithmetic in an efficient and complete way, so that the meanings of and relations between numbers follow a set of fixed rules.

These viewpoints are not mutually exclusive, and the second can be fitted with either of the other two without much difficulty. The first and third, however, tend to pull in opposite directions in terms of how one approaches things. One can pursue both separately within a single system, but the results are unlikely to be complementary.

Also, the third viewpoint raises the obvious question of whether any traditions actually use numbers in this way. In the case of the Pythagorean tradition, certain such rules are central to the tradition.  In the case of the Hebrew tradition, one has to judge whether any proposed set of rules actually fits with the material. It is my opinion that this is the case, as will be discussed later. Other systems would naturally have to be judged on similar grounds. First, we need to consider the logic of various possible rules.

The first thing to be considered is the base in which one is working. The I Ching and the Odus of Ifa essentially use a binary system, though without any arithmetic manipulations and with only a finite set of possibilities. The ancient Mesopotamians used a base 60 number system and may or may not have had a numerological system related to this.  The Mayans used a base 20 system. Most systems use base 10, as this is the usual number system in most cultures.  To simplify things we will restrict ourselves here to base 10.

In any such system, 1 is bound to represent unity or the origin of things in some sense, and 10 manifestation or completion. The numbers 2 and 3 can be expected to have some sort of polarity, though the details will vary. This is true both because it is natural to have a polarity emerging from unity and because 2 and 3 are prime whereas 4=2*2, thus 4 introduces a new consideration. In the case of the sephiroth of the Tree of Life, 2 and 3 are the root male and female principles. The Pythagorean system, 2 is considered female and represents division, 3 is considered male and represents the trinity, which is active and spiritual. The 2nd and 3rd Hebrew letters are somewhat similar to the Pythagorean take on the numbers, though this aspect of things is more complex.

The numbers 4 and 8 are equal to 2*2 and 2*2*2, thus their meanings can be presumed to derive from that of 2. In the Tree of Life, the sephiroth numbered 2,4,8 are paired with the first three odd primes 3,5,7 to give  the side pillars. In the Pythagorean system, the powers of 2 can be taken as relating to the number of vertices a line segment, square, and cube, thus reflecting space in various dimensions. The number 9 is equal to 3*3 and thus can be expected to be an elaboration of the meaning of 3. Yesod is in some sense a lower version of Binah, representing the first step beyond the mundane as Binah is the major step and being the vehicle through which the higher sephiroth manifest. The empyrium, represented by 9 in the Pythagorean system, is the most completely divine of the numbers, elaborating on 3 as active divinity.

The number 6=1*2*3=1+2+3 can be expected to represent a synthesis of the root aspects of the system, representing the perfected soul in the Pythagorean system and a similar idea as Tiphareth. The number 5=10/2 can be expected to represent that below which combines with 2 to give manifestation, something along the lines of free will. In the Pythagorean system, 5 represent the pentagram, microcosmic spirit. One of the main early meanings assigned to Geburah was that of restriction, in contrast to the free flowing of Chassed, which also fits the bill.

The Number 7 is a Wild-Card of Sorts

In the Pythagorean system, as well as most popular approaches to numerology, numbers can be reduced by adding their digits. Repeated reductions leave one with a number from 1 to 9. It is sometimes claimed that this also applies in the Hebrew system, though my observation is that this completely fails to work in practice. In any event, addition and multiplication are conserved under reduction, so all statements of addition or multiplication can be considered to be elaborations on those involving numbers from 1 to 9. For example, any number reducing to 4 multiplied by any number reducing to 5 gives a number reducing to 2. If one is using such a system, the first thing to do is to work out the meanings of the basic statements of addition and multiplication. Of note are the facts that 9+X=X, 9*X=9, 3*3=3*6=6*6=9, 3*1=3*4=3*7=3, 6*1=6*4=6*7=6, 3*2=3*5=3*8=6, 6*2=6*5=6*8=3. 9 can thus be expected to represent the divine which both absorbs everything into itself and leaves everything unchanged, and 3 and 6 are thus an intermediate stage on the way to that divinity, in some sense or other.

If addition is taken to generally be significant, then one must consider that all integers ultimately reduce to 1+1+…+1, so that there is only one generating number in this regard. If we consider, say, 65=1+64=2+63=…=32+33, it seems clear that this will quickly reduce to a muddle if there isn’t some ordering pattern behind the 32 additions. The notion of reduction by adding digits provides such an order and conversely tends to imply that addition is generally significant. There may be other ways to make addition work out, but none that are apparent to me.

In contrast, the only ways to write 65 as a product of two integers are 65=1*65 and 65=5*13. Numbers which can only be written as a product of two integers as X=1*X are called primes, and there are an infinite number of them. Any integer can be written as a product of primes in a single way, ignoring the order in which they are multiplied. This gives and infinite number of generators which can be combined in any quantities,  Aleister Crowley has claimed that prime factorization is the main principle underlying the Hebrew system, a claim which I believe stands up to an analysis of the

material. Also important is the notion of analyzing the digits of a number. If reduction is in force, then this is simply a special case of addition. If not, then we are left with interpreting the digits as a string of symbols. In the case of the binary systems mentioned above, and also for the 3-5 digit numbers in the Enochian calls according to what I’ve received, this is the entirety of how the numbers are to be interpreted, and it is not really useful to regard them as numbers at all In the Hebrew system, the digits may derive meaning either from the corresponding sephiroth or the corresponding letters or a combination. Of special interest are numbers which are glyphs of the Tree or parts of the Tree.

In this regard, we can take 12331, 120331, 121331, and their reverses as the largest examples, with it being permissible to add digits and for Daath to be written as 0 or 1 or 4 when taken together with the supernal or 8 when taken together with the lower 7. Thus 61 = ANI (ego) = AIN (nothing) represents the Zar Apin (sephiroth 4-9) above Malkuth, 47 represents the supernal including Daath above the lower 7, etc. Malkuth may also be represented by 4=Daleth/elements or 5=Heh (final)/pentagram. Note that this gives the three major divine names, AHIH=21, IHVH=26, and ADNI=65 as covering the entire Tree in overlapping layers. It does not seem that all numbers which might be taken as glyphs should be, but many should. Also worth mentioning, in conjunction with interpreting digits, is Crowley’s doctrine of reversals, which says that a number and its reverse are connected, and, in particular, the digits should be interpreted in the same way.

The above are the main ways that arithmetic structure is used, but there are a few others that enter in. The sum of the integer from 1 to X is considered significant in both the Pythagorean and Hebrew systems.  This comes out to X*(X+1)/2 and thus has X or X/2 as a factor. The product of the numbers from 1 to X, written X!, may also be considered significant. Kameas, squares that use all the digits from 1 to X*X, X being the length of a side, and whose rows and columns all add to the same things, are significant in the Hebrew system. If the length of the sides X is odd, then the central square has value (X*X+1)/2, the rows and columns add to X times this, and the whole square adds to X*X times this.  If X is even, then the average value of two squares is X*X+1, rows and columns add to X/2 times

this, and the whole to X*X/2 time this. These numbers — (X*X+1)/2 for X odd, and X*X+1 for X even — seem to represent something necessary for that which X represents to manifest. Kameas are traditionally only used for the planets, numbered 3-9, but in my experience the same principles work for higher numbers. Any number of other things that are interesting from a number theoretic point of view could be introduced, but one has to be careful that one is elaborating on the underlying symbolic structure and not simply playing with numbers.

Given the material above, one should be able to apply it to the basic Pythagorean system, which can most simply be summarized as 1=root, 2=division, 3=trinity, active divinity, 4=elements, 5=microcosmic spirit, 6=realized soul, 7=planets, 8=space or the crystal heaven containing the planets, 9=the empyrium. In his book Magical Alphabets, Nigel Pennick uses the theory that the Greek letters correspond to their order in the alphabet and their gematric values. I can’t vouch for or against the historical authenticity of this, but it does produce a workable system which the reader might like to explore.

Before going on to discuss the Hebrew system in greater detail, a few words about Thelemic numerology seem in order. I haven’t studied any of the proposed English gematrias, so I can’t comment on them specifically. Crowley seems to have had the idea that Hebrew and Greek numerology are the same or could be synthesized, an idea I believe is false because they follow incompatible rules. A true Thelemic qabalah which relates t both systems must therefore have its own logic. Besides the proposed gematria(s) and the specific mentions of numbers in the text.

I think that the verses might be expected to correspond to their numeration (an idea explored by Kenneth Grant in his usual haphazard fashion). The best evidence for this is verse I:25, “Divide, add, multiply, and understand.” 25 divides as 5*5, 5+5=10, 5*2=10 (25=5^2 and has digits 2 and 5), thus we have a notion of independent movement indicated by 5 being elaborated or pursued until a realization of something higher represented by 2 is reached, and the two combine giving manifestation represented by 10. This goes well with the 25th path of the Tree, and especially with

Crowley’s Art card. The pattern of dividing the sephiroth into pillars pairing powers of 2 and odd primes have already been mentioned. Death may be connected with the number 11, as the 11th sephira. The number 11 also connected to Aleph as the 11th path and to the Qlipoth. It may be interpreted as a polarity of higher and lower, with Aleph emphasizing the higher, the Qlipoth the lower, and Death both. Each letter relates to both its path number and its gematric value. The first ten letters’ gematric values seem generally to refer to patterns on the Tree.

Aleph refers to Kether, or to Death as child of the supernal. Beth may refer to either Chockmah emerging from Kether or the pairing of Chockmah-Binah or of above and below the Abyss (note that ChKMH and GML both add to 73, BINH and ZIN to 67). Gimel refers to the supernal or, secondarily, to the pillars or mother letters. Daleth (DLTh=434 a glyph of the Tree) refers to either Death as part of the supernal or Malkuth as elemental. Heh refers to Binah or Malkuth, as per IHVH, and thus does not fit the general pattern. Vav refers to the Zar Apin, sephiroth 4-9. Zayin refers to the lower 7. Cheth refers to the lower 8 including Daath. Teth refers to the upper 9. Iod refers to the entire tree.

One application of numerology is in the construction of magical formulae. I find that using MLLKA AKHKA IAKA, a formula I part received and part constructed, as a mantra, is useful in getting into the right frame of mind. MLLKA adds to 121=11*11 indicating Death emerging from the supernal, the MLL indicating dividing the balances as per Crowley’s interpretation of MIM and L taken as Libra, and KA adding to 21 the same as AHIH indicating something manifested out of unity. AKHKA adds to 47, Daath as child of the supernal within the Tree, the latters reflecting the KA being reflected into manifestation. IAKA adds to 32, the path number of Tau, indicating that something is manifested and mimicking Greek formulae starting IA such as IAO. 121+47=168=8*21 indicating the KA entering into the lower 8, 47+32=79 the value of the pillars Boaz and Joachim and indicating something built, and the all together they total 200, the value of Resh and indicating will in the world.

As an example of how a formula may be constructed, one starts by selecting a suitable number. 1653=1+2+…57=3*19*29=57*29 can

be interpreted as 57=3*19: the material (3) constraints of creation (19 is a glyph of Malkuth receiving from the higher nine) allowing Hadit (9 of 29) to act in the divided world (2 of 29, see Crowley’s Moon card). 16, path number corresponding to the Hierophant, cause the lower to reflect the higher (53). We need some letters with high gematric values to get up to 1653, and 4 Th’s would seem appropriate. An M in the middle seems appropriate, leaving us needing letters adding 13 more. If we want to alternate Th’s and non-Th’s, then we need two letters adding to 13, and Ch and H seem best. We put the Ch before the M indicating reaching up and H after indicating fruitful manifestation, giving us the formula ThChThMThHTh. This may be used as a mantra or at appropriate points in ritual as desired. It is, of course, important to allow one’s intuition as well as one’s intellect to play a major role in this process.

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Numerology Versus Human Life in Practical Field
December 23, 2017
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Numerology Versus Human Life

Numerology is the study of the numbers to determine their influence on one’s life. Numbers have a very important place in our life. Be it the number of your mobile phone, your social security, your credit card, your license, your ATM or your employee card. All these numbers are really important for you and if you lost any of them you’ll find yourself in a deep trouble. In fact the world will come to a halt if it forgets the use of numbers. No calculation will be possible in the absence of numbers.

However, apart from these physical numbers (like that of your mobile phone) there are other numbers too which play an important role in your life. They start producing their influence on your life right from the moment of your birth. And they will continue to influence you till you die.  Numerology is the study of these numbers.

So I’ll not waste your time in explaining the history, background or origin of numerology as I feel it has very little relevance. I have kept myself within the boundaries of pure Numerology only – the basic art of numbers which is essential for an average person. Though there are infinite numbers in Universe, they all are composed of 10 basic numbers (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9). Although Zero (0) is a very important number from mathematical point of view, it is not considered a number which can influence life.

Therefore, it is not studied as a separate number in Numerology. However, it (zero) is considered as the symbol of eternity in occult science and it is used as a compound numbers in some numerological calculations (particularly those related to Name Numerology) The entire science of (if I may call a disciplined study of numbers as science) Numerology revolved around the influence of these 9 basic numbers (1 to 9) on human life. This study is a very interesting study and may be of immense help to us in our future life.

Numerology – Of the metaphysical sciences – Astrology, Tarot, Palmistry and other spiritually relevant studies – Numerology is the least known or understood, yet the most accessible. In looking to the answers to questions numerology generates, you can find your self and your path. Numerology is the study of numbers, and the

 occult manner in which they reflect certain aptitudes and character tendencies, as an integral part of the cosmic plan. You need the birth date of an individual and the complete name as inputs to unlock all of the secrets that the numbers hold. Each alphabetical letter has been assigned a numeric value that provides a related cosmic vibration.

Thus larger numbers that occur from adding the numbers in the complete birth date or from the values assigned to each name are reduced by adding the digits together until the sum achieved is one of the core numbers.  The sum of the numbers in your birth date and the sum of value derived from the letters in the name provide an interrelation of vibrations. These numbers show a great deal about character, purpose in life, what motivates, and where talents may lie. These numbers had made numerology which specializes in names (baby names, domain names, individual names, business names, etc)

All knowledge of numerology is derived from astrology as we see No-1 stands for the sun, No-2 stands for the moon, No-3 stands for Jupiter, No-4 stands for Uranus, No-5 stands for Mercury, No-6 stands for Venus, No-7 stands for Neptune, No-8 stands for Saturn and No-9 stands for Mars. In numerology astrological property is not written with number but just the numbers are written to show the traits of the numbers.

Numbers in someone’s life follows us as we follow our nose not reason in practical field. So for as my knowledge is concerned about numerology and astrology I think all men are puppets in the hands of number that compel someone to do something what the number influence puts in someone’s mind to which we call our reasonable use.

There are many schools of thought of numerology but the most correct and famous system is of Chaldean that produces correct results while calculating numbers for someone. Cheiro the world-wide famous numerologist followed Chaldean system of numbers while calculating numbers for someone and with the help of this he sued to make unforgettable predictions.

There are two kinds of numbers: one is negative and the other is positive. All negative numbers expose mental side of someone and all positive numbers debunk material side of someone.

Cheiro: 20th Century Teacher of Numerology

The only person who is responsible for the fast spread of numerology during the last century is William John Warner, better known as Cheiro, who also went by the name of Count Louis Hamon. One of the most famous and colorful occult figures of the early 20th century, Cheiro was a clairvoyant who used palmistry, astrology, and numerology to make accurate predictions and who inspired hundreds of numerologists and astrologers the world over. He was the inspiration yesterday, is the inspiration today and will be the inspiration tomorrow. I am proud to announce, in all humility, that I have developed this course drawing inspiration from Cheiro, the Master of the Masters. Born at 10:53 LMT on November 1, 1866 in Dublin, Ireland, Cheiro had a vast following of famous European and American clients such as

Mark Twain, Sarah Bernhardt, Mata Hari, Oscar Wilde, Grover Cleveland, Thomas Edison, the Prince of Wales, General Kitchener, William Gladstone, and Joseph Chamberlain. He spent his final years in Hollywood working for movies until his death on October 8, 1936.

The Power and Influence of Numbers

Numbers are in fact used every day, and they are absolutely indispensable in our lives! Can you imagine any activity or situation that is not related to numbers? Buy a book in a shop! Look at your watch to know the time! Go to a bank to draw or deposit cash! Buy a ticket to travel! You do anything in your life; it has got something to do with numbers in one way or the other.

The knowledge of numerology is like an ocean but as easy to understand as you drink a glass of water. When properly understood and appropriately applied, it can be an instrument to avoid major disasters. For instance, advanced numerology clearly says that the double digit number 17 has something of spirituality and immortality in it. But the science also says that the number, when associated with the numbers 4 and 8, creates havoc. When these numbers work in tandem, it results in tragic accidents and loss of precious life.

The Tragic Death of a Talented Actress

You will be surprised to know the power of numerology if you assess the tragic and untimely death of Ms. Soundarya, the famous South Indian multi-lingual young actress, who became a victim of these numbers. On April 17, 2004, she took off for a small town in Andhra Pradesh via Hyderabad from a Bangalore based airport, in a 49, a nine year old American made mini plane, along with three others including the pilot. The day was a Saturday. The plane took off at 11.05 a.m. and it came down crashing and exploding at 11.08 a.m., killing all the four occupants. Let us explore the power of fours and eights which caused the plane crash:

  1. The number of the date was 8 (17=1+7=8)
  2. The number of people aboard was 4.
  3. The age number of the aircraft was 4 (49 years=4+9=13=1+3=4)
  4. The month number was 4 (if you count from January, April becomes 4)
  5. The year number was 4 in the century.
  6. The age number of the actress was 4 (it was revealed later that she was 31 when she died in the crash; 3+1=4)
  7. The numerical value of the day – Saturday – was 8 (Saturday represents 8 in numerology)
  8. The plane crashed exactly at the eighth minute of the hour.

Here the double digit number 17 came in contact with fours and eights repeatedly and it resulted in the tragic death of the heartthrob of millions of Indian cinema goers. It is not without significance that the Director General of Civil aviation, Government of India, declared after a thorough investigation into the crash, that the crash would not have taken place had only three persons (including the pilot) taken off in the ill fated plane. He cited the reason that the plane’s capacity was only four people but it carried more weight than the permitted one as it carried a drum of fuel in addition to the four victims. There is no reason to suspect that the Government Officer was equipped with the knowledge of numerology but certainly his argument carries weight as the influence of fours and eights could have been reduced drastically had there been only three persons in the plane.

Quotations from the Holy Koran

I have already said that astrological symbols have been converted into numbers and the ancient peoples call it Numerology in their own language that is present still in the present age in their original shapes. I recite here some verses from the holy Koran in which we are instructed to ponder over the Universe to get true knowledge of things created by God for men. Read the examples and cogitate over them.

“Say (O Muhammad): Behold what is in the heaven and the earth! But revelations and warnings avail not folk who will not perceive.” (Surah Yunus: verse 101).

“Say (O Muhammad): Travel in the land and see how he originated creation, so will Allah produce a later creation, for Allah has power

over all things.” (Surah Al-Ankabut: verse 20).

“Do they not reflect in their own minds? Allah created not the heaven and the earth, and that is between them, save with truth and for a destined end; you are there truly many among men who deny the meeting with their Lord (At the Resurrection)! (Surah Al-Rum : verse 8). “And verily in the heaven we have set mansions of the stars and we have beautified it for beholders.” (Surah Al-Hijri; verse 16).

“And he hath constrained the night and the day and the sun and Moon to be services unto you, and the stars are made subservient by His command. Lo! herein indeed are portents for people who sense.” (Surah Al-Nahi: verse 12).

“I have created buruj (Zodiac signs) on the sky and decorated them for viewers and I have also protected them from evils…” (16th line of Surah Hizr)

“How great he is, who has created zodiac signs in the sky and placed the Sun and shining Moon over there…” (61st line of Surah Furkan)

The Cow

[2.189] they ask you concerning the new moon. Say: They are times appointed for (the benefit of) men, and (for) the pilgrimage; and it is not righteousness that you should enter the houses at their backs, but righteousness is this that one should guard (against evil); and go into the houses by their doors and be careful (of your duty) to Allah, that you may be successful.

[2.164] Most surely in the creation of the heavens and the earth and the alternation of the night and the day, and the ships that run in the sea with that which profits men, and the water that Allah sends down from the cloud, then gives life with it to the earth after its death and spreads in it all (kinds of) animals, and the changing of the winds and the clouds made subservient between the heaven and the earth, there are signs for a people who understand.

Al-Anaam – Cattle [6.76] so when the night over-shadowed him, he saw a star; said he: Is this my Lord? So when it set, he said: I do not love the setting ones.  [6.77] then when he saw the moon rising, he said: Is this my Lord? So when it set, he said: If y Lord had not guided me I should certainly be of the erring people. [6.96] He causes the dawn to break; and He has made the night for rest, and the sun and the moon for reckoning; this is an arrangement of the Mighty, the Knowing. [6.97] And He it is Who has made the stars for you that you might follow the right way thereby in the darkness of the land and the sea; truly We have made plain the communications for a people who know.

The Elevated Places [7.54] Surely your Lord is Allah, Who created the heavens and the earth in six periods of time, and He is firm in power; He throws the veil of night over the day, which it pursues incessantly; and (He created) the sun and the moon and the stars, made subservient by His command; surely His is the creation and the command; blessed is Allah, the Lord of the worlds.

Jonah [10.5] He it is Who made the sun a shining brightness and the moon a light, and ordained for it mansions that you might know the computation of years and the reckoning. Allah did not create it but with truth; He makes the signs manifest for a people who [10.6] Most surely in the variation of the night and the day, and what Allah has created in the heavens and the earth, there are signs for a people who guard (against evil).

Yusuf [12.4] When Yusuf said to his father: O my father! surely I saw eleven stars and the sun and the moon– I saw them making obeisance to me. The thunder [13.2] Allah is He Who raised the heavens without any pillars that you see, and He is firm in power and He made the sun and the moon subservient (to you); each one pursues its course to an appointed time; He regulates the affair, making clear the signs that you may be certain of meeting your Lord.

Abraham [14.33] And He has made subservient to you the sun and the moon pursuing their courses, and He has made subservient to you the night and the day.

AL-HIJR 015.016 and verily in the heaven we have set mansions of the stars, and We have beautified it for beholders.

The Bee [16.12] And He has made subservient for you the night and the day and the sun and the moon, and the stars are made subservient by His commandment; most surely there are signs in this for a people who ponder; [16.16] And landmarks; and by the stars they find the right way.

The Cave [18.17] And you might see the sun when it rose, decline from their cave towards the right hand, and when it set, leave them behind on the left while they were in a wide space thereof. This is of the signs of Allah; whomsoever Allah guides, he is the rightly guided one, and whomsoever He causes to err, you shall not find for him any friend to lead (him) aright.

The prophets [21.33] And He it is Who created the night and the day and the sun and the moon; all (orbs) travel along swiftly in their celestial spheres.

The Pilgrimage [22.18] Do you not see that Allah is He, Whom obeys whoever is in the heavens and whoever is in the earth, and the sun and the moon and the stars, and the mountains and the trees, and the animals and many of the people; and many there are against whom chastisement has become necessary; and whomsoever Allah abases, there is none who can make him honorable; surely Allah does what He pleases.

The Distinction [25.61] blessed is He Who made the constellations in the heavens and made therein a lamp and a shining moon.

The Spider [29.61] and if you ask them, Who created the heavens and the earth and made the sun and the moon subservient, they will certainly say, Allah. Whence are they then turned away?

The Romans [30.22] and one of His signs is the creation of the heavens and the earth and the diversity of your tongues and colors; most surely there are signs in this for the learned.

Luqman [31.29] Do you not see that Allah makes the night to enter

into the day, and He makes the day to enter into the night, and He has made the sun and the moon subservient (to you); each pursues its course till an appointed time; and that Allah is Aware of what you do?

The Originator [35.13] He causes the night to enter in upon the day, and He causes the day to enter in upon the night, and He has made subservient (to you) the sun and the moon; each one follows its course to an appointed time; this is Allah, your Lord, His is the kingdom; and those whom you call upon besides Him do not control a straw.

Yasin [36.39] and (as for) the moon, we have ordained for it stages till it becomes again as an old dry palm branch. [36.40] neither is it allowable to the sun that it should overtake the moon, nor can the night outstrip the day; and all float on in a sphere.

The Companions [39.5] He has created the heavens and the earth with the truth; He makes the night cover the day and makes the day overtake the night, and He has made the sun and the moon subservient; each one runs on to an assigned term; now surely He is the Mighty, the great Forgiver. The Rangers [37.6] Surely We have adorned the nearest heaven with an adornment, the stars, [37.88] Then he looked at the stars, looking up once,

The Believer [40.13] He it is Who shows you His signs and sends down for you sustenance from heaven, and none minds but he who turns (to Him) again and again. [40.81] And He shows you His signs: which then of Allah’s signs will you deny?

Ha Mim 41.12 So He ordained them seven heavens in two periods, and revealed in every heaven its affair; and We adorned the lower heaven with brilliant stars and (made it) to guard; that is the decree of the Mighty, the Knowing. [41.37] And among His signs are the night and the day and the sun and the moon; do not make obeisance to the sun nor to the moon; and make obeisance to Allah Who created them, if Him it is that you serve. [41.53] We will soon show them Our signs in the Universe and in their own souls, until it will

 become quite clear to them that it is the truth.

The Counsel [42.29] And one of His signs is the creation of the heavens and the earth and what He has spread forth in both of them of living beings; and when He pleases He is all-powerful to gather them together.

The Kneeling [45.3] Most surely in the heavens and the earth there are signs for the believers.

The Mountain [52.49] and in the night, give Him glory too, and at the setting of the stars.

The Event [56.75] but nay! I swear by the falling of stars;

The Moon [54.1] the hour drew nigh and the moon did rend asunder.

The Beneficent [55.5] the sun and the moon follow a reckoning.

Al Waqia 56.75 Nay, I swear by the places of the stars –

Nuh [71.16] and made the moon therein a light, and made the sun a lamp?

The Covered One [74.32] Nay; I swear by the moon,

The Resurrection [75.8] and the moon becomes dark, [75.9] and the sun and the moon are brought together,

The Rending Asunder [84.18] and the moon when it grows full,

The Celestial Stations [85.1] I swear by the mansions of the stars,

The Sun [91.2] and the moon when it follows the sun

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Natural Money Earning SEO 100% Working
December 10, 2017
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By JH Sayyar

SEO means Search Engine Optimization and Optimization means, the action of making the best or most effective use of a situation or resource. Keep in mind, Google uses SEO technique in searching the articles, and the key words or phrase uses in Google search are already fed in the soft ware used by SEO is a fact. Traffic goes where SEO leads is a earning source of Google.

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Money Earning Method

People earn money on internet or in practical field and behind it working formula is images and nothing is truth, truth and naked truth. Most of the people on internet to run their websites use copied and cheated materials pouring it a soft ware that changes its language to safe the articles from plagiarism.

Images: The Source of Earning Money

In this world less are creators and more are imitators is a law of nature because creative power is given to everyone on birth but unfortunately people destroy it using not it within a specific time thus the power of creation dies with the passage of time within man’s brain and thus are born imitators on earth the slave to clever person in all walk of life.

Think, there was a time when Yahoo Chat was famous on internet but after this creators chalked out a new plan to demolish Yahoo Chat the creators introduced a new type of social media Face Book and Twitter and now people use these two social medias forgetting Yahoo Chat and other old social medias is nothing but introducing a new idea in market to collect money engaging the readers in its spell all over the world.

Images: Blessings of God on Man

The readers must know that images earn money for man because images are blessings of God and His Ministry of Angels on man hovering over the head of man but men do not pay attention to them. Images live in human mind in guise of Angels. Good angels create good images for humanity and bad Angels create images for humanity as you see all over the world.

Have a eye for a minute on the world, you will find people earning money on the ground of new images introducing in the world marts in every walk of life, is called inventions in modern term.

What are Old and New Models?

Think for a while, what is new and old model of any product? Nothing but the difference of images, images speak and images talk to human soul but we do not pay attention to them. Look in the field of laptops and computers and sciences all are due to images’ applications in practical field because imitation cannot survive among human beings want new things means new images is shape of products, or words.

Practical Shapes of Images

Look around the world, you will find inventions on earth what these are, nothing but the practical shapes of creators’ images on the ground of wealth or wealthy persons’ support in all walks of life. Always creators create things and imitators buy them is a universal law.

Always think in lone my readers, and analyzes self and floating images on your mind screen and try to read them the message of images written in codes, if you follow the images you will be rich soon without efforts sitting on the armchair at home. Ruminate, for a while scientists do nothing but they apply their images and got fame, wealth and respect.

There are millions of topics spreading around you pick any topic and gave a new shape to t on the ground of images you will get fame anon among men and nations all over the world. Always think and create avoid cheat in all fields of life you will get success and fame plus wealth will be at your feet.

Think Face Book and Twitter are earning millions of dollars per minute as you know well than me but you do not pay attention to it what from you nature demands.

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Astrology: A Divine Art on Earth
December 3, 2017
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By J. H. Sayyar

It is a concrete and solid fact that astrology is a divine art without any doubt. It is a science of planets rays on earth falling from heaven on men and the whole universe. And the heavenly rays affect the whole universe including men and women, animal and plants, earth and mountains…the other thing that is most important is that God’s blessings from heaven on through planets’ rays and there no other source of God’s blessing on earth except the divine rays. But, alas! Human beings do not use wisdom to get benefits from this divine in practical field to prolong lives and get health and pleasures on this earth.

Astrology: A Divine Art, by jh sayyar

Astrology: A Divine Art, by jh sayyar

Think, why does the sunflower dance with the sun rays? What is the link between the sun and sun flowers? It is a mystery for everyone that demands our attention but nobody is ready to pay attention to it. The whole universe is divided into seven parts according to seven planets. This secret is known to the planets’ motions and rays, colors and effects. Keep in mind, man is a blend of three things: matter, spirit and soul. Man is made of matter, spirit comes from the planets into human body to charge life organs and soul is the decree of God.

As we daily people donate eyes, kidney and other organs of body to other person, think, the man has died how his organ can work in other’s body? It means God has taken back his decree but for certain hours human organ receive energy from the planets an remain alive and work properly in other body. The sun is running the whole universe like our heart is ruining our body.

The Sun Representing Things on Earth (Useful for our Heart)

The things those representing the sun are useful for human heart but this secret is known by a few people on earth. The stones carbuncle, Aetites, Christa light, Iris heliotrope, emerald, are useful for human heart and all shine in darkness. On the other hand, ginger, Gentian, Dittany and vervain, Mint, Saffron, Musk, Amber, Yellow Honey, Cloves, Cinnamon, Pepper: all things protect human heart in a better way.

Think it is blessings on earth for human beings but in guise of planets rays that are poured into all of them from the Heaven for human heart protection.

  1. Superior and Inferior Things’ Mystery on Earth

Planets are superior and control every inferior on earth including human beings on earth. The whole universe has four angles East and West, North and South. It is called cross. East and West is the path of the sun but North and South is line of wave direction. That is why angles are called angels in the language of wise man and wise men are called astrologers.

The whole universe is three fold world, elementary world, Celestial world and intellectual world, but all these three worlds are ruled by superior and all the superiors receive the three fold world virtues by the rays of planets on earth. According to the law of nature, every superior thing controls every inferior thing on earth. The chief works of Angels in Heaven, the superior moments of the stars, four elements. Mysterious rays, animals’ moments, plants’ rays, metal and precious stones in the womb of earth all convey the blessings of God on human beings.

All natural virtues are spreading around us but our materialistic eyes cannot see spreading blessings of God but all these can be seen by the eyes of physics, medicines, mathematics and natural philosophy.

God is superior controls every element sitting on His Golden Throne carrying eight Great Angles; Gabriel is one of them who brings God’s message on earth for Prophets. After this Angels control all human activities according to their duties including human beings on earth.

Keep in mind, those who are inferior on earth are controlled by superiors as we see the rulers make themselves superior getting political power by hook or crook that is why they control our actions but alas! 99% peoples do not understand this mystery. If someone wants to controls human beings on earth with good intention must make self superior.

The second secret is that every superior thing will be on the top as our head is on the top and controls our all actions. Our heart is next and controls our will and wishes what to do or not…think, think and think. Until we become superior, surely we cannot control inferiors on earth.

  1. Astrology and Your Questions to Ask

On earth only astrology is a wonderful branch of knowledge that gives the answer to the question arises in human mind in twenty four hours facing different critical situation in practical world mixing with and discussing different thoughts, feelings and emotions

You can ask….about….

Love and love marriage, health and wealth, glee and gloom, friendship and enmity, magic and removing magic, education, beloved, politics, divorce, disease and its solution, property, estate, wealth and poverty, all movable goods, money lent, profit or gain, loss or damage; in suits of law, brethren, sisters, cousins or kindred, neighbors, small journeys, or inland-journeys, oft removing from one place to another, epistles, letters, rumors, messengers:

father and his lands, houses, tenements, inheritances, tillage of the earth, treasures hidden, the determination or end of anything; towns, cities or castles, besieged or not besieged; all ancient dwellings, gardens, fields, pastures, orchards; the quality and nature of the…..

children, ambassadors, of the state of a woman with child, of banquets, of ale-houses, taverns, plays, messengers or agents for republics; of the wealth of the father, the ammunition of a town besieged; if the woman with child shall bring forth man or woman; of the health or sickness of his son or daughter that asks the Question.

Men and maid-servants, galley slaves, hogs, sheep, goats, hares, conies, all manner of lesser cattle, and profit and loss got thereby; sickness, its quality and cause, principal disease offending, curable or not curable, whether the disease be short or long; day-laborers, tenants, farmers, shepherds, hog herds, neat herds, uncles, or the father’s brothers and sisters.

Marriage, all manner of love questions, our public enemies; the defendant in a law-suit, in war the opposing party; all quarrels, duels, law-suits; thieves and thefts; man or woman; wives, sweethearts

The estate of men deceased, death, its quality and nature; the wills, legacies and testaments of men deceased; dowry of the wife, portion of the maid, whether much or little, easy to be obtained or with difficulty…

Voyages or long journeys beyond seas; of religious men, or clergy of any kind, whether bishops or inferior ministers; dreams, visions, foreign countries; of books, learning, church livings, or benefices,; of the kindred of one’s wife

Kings, princes, dukes, earls, judges, prime officers, commanders in chief, whether in armies or towns; all sorts of magistracy and officers in authority; mothers, honor, preferment, dignity, office, lawyers; the profession or trade any one uses;

Friends and friendship, hope, trust, confidence, the praise or dispraise of any one; the fidelity or falseness of friends

Private enemies, of witches, great cattle – as horses, oxen, elephants, &c.; sorrow, tribulation, imprisonments, all manner of affliction, self-undoing, &c., and of such men as maliciously undermine their neighbors, or inform secretly against them.

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The Unseen Virtues of Elements on Earth
January 7, 2017
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There are countless virtues of things that unseen by human eyes as poisonous vapors of minerals, as how load stone attracts iron this virtue is hidden virtue of load stone by human eyes or as negative resists negative and positive resists to positive. Such types of virtue has everything on earth as all the minerals have such virtues is unseen virtues as Sanjeevni herb converts mercury into gold and experiments have been made. Sanjeevni herb has no shade; no fire burns it and runs against water current in the river.

All these virtues are called occult virtues of things and its causes always remain hidden and human wisdom cannot get its mystery by any mean. Think for a while, in stomach meat is digested by unseen and hidden virtue not by heat is a fact. In human stomach is fire and minerals’ heat.

There are some virtues of thing that maze men as Phoenix, when any Phoenix dies and from its ash a new anon is born at the same spot as experiments have revealed and you may read in the ancient histories. Egyptians have seen sight with their own eyes that is why they worship and welcome Phoenix.

Ostrich stomach is very mysterious because if it swallows hard iron its stomach digests it how nobody knows because it is its occult virtue. There is a fish its name is Echeneis, it tops the rage of the sea and as tempests likewise Sails it may stop shops by mere just a touch.

The readers must know that Salamanders and crickets live in fire but fire does not hurt them this mystery is unknown to the whole world peoples: modern and ancient. It is said that the weapons of Amazons are coated with Bitumen and the Gate of Caspia is also coated with Bitumen that sword and fire does not hurt them

Thousands of years passed and the gate if still the same. It is a mystery of occult virtues.

The history shows that there were Satyrs which were half animal and half men but they may speak and the faculty of reason; a wonderful creature of past. They worshiped God and pray to God for their problems. Most of the people consider them that they are just myth but not they were real men full of reason on earth, the best creature of God on earth.

 

The history shows that they lived in woodlands and forests and they belonged to Angels’ family and they are also depicted in Roman Arts but they all were males but Satyrs women were known to Maends. It is also a fact that the Satyrs were fond of females as nymphs were called nature spirits.

Satyrs wore the legs of goats and they were called the uninhabited forces of nature and the lovers of women. Today’s peoples and thinkers do not think as the ancient thinkers thought they used to think about nature and natural forces and try to know its secrets, qualities and nature but modern men are fond of money and sex and nothing else. The ancient peoples were thought by the forces of nature as modern men do not know the mystery of south and north.

North and south both remain dominant over east and west. I have traced a success key in mundane life if someone wants to get success in any branch of life he must sit in the north side to his opponent; he will accept her or his opinions and suggestion at any cost because wave travel to north to south not east to west that is why north remains dominant over south, east and west in all walk of life. For example choose in the court to discuss court matters to sit in north you will win the suit legal or illegal.

Think, why the moon changes its face each moth and what is the mystery behind it, definitely there is some prime cause that worked secretly unknown to human eye on earth. Why the sun travels east to west at the fixed while other planets change their speed and change their course and movements and go reverse while the sun and the moon never go reverse since their creation.  We must think about it someday day in lone to trace its mystery.

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