Have you heard of Numerology and wondered what Numerology is? What
do the numbers mean? I've found many websites that provide good tutorials and plenty of information for the novice numerologist.
Rather than reinvent the wheel, provided are links to FREE tutorials and software that you can
I collect books on topics that grab my interest, so I have quite a few numerology books. Many of them are billed as 'definitive guides' and most of them are comprehensive how-to guide books. Some have very practical delineations while some are spiritually oriented. Different authors give different nuances on number meanings or the resulting delineations of the various calculations. Once you learn your own chart's numbers, it's interesting to pick up another book and read a different author's interpretations - with one warning:
Note that there are differences in terminology between authors. This can be confusing. What one author calls the Life Path number another calls The Destiny number. What one calls The Expression number another calls The Destiny number. I don't know why these differences exist between authors. I use the terminologies I originally learned from the first numerology book I read in the 1970's, a now out-of-print book which you can still find 'used' online, called "The Secrets of Numbers" by Vera Scott Johnson and Thomas Wommack. Then, when I'm exploring a new author's book - just to keep the information straight in my head - and after looking at the calculation being explained - I translate the new author's terminology to jive with what I originally learned to call these same calculations.
Some books are devoted to only one aspect of a numerology chart, such as:
Are Your Birthday"
by Ellin Dodge gives
delineations of all
365 days of the
"You Are Your
by Ellin Dodge is an
easy to use A -Z
dictionary of over
Some include only the Master Numbers 11 and 22, while others include 33 as well as double digits such as 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, and 99. If you like to dig for all kinds of hidden tidbits within your own chart, some books give additional interesting calculations and their meanings. I made up a chart worksheet to list all these tidbits. I noticed a repetition of certain numbers and themes within my own chart. I also noticed that I could get bogged down in too much data of no real practical value!
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