What Is Numerology?
The word Numerology comes from the Latin word “Numerus,” which means number, and the Greek word “Logos,” which means word, thought process, and expression. Mathematicians, Numerologists and Astrologers in India and all across the world believe in the tremendous power of numbers.
Numerology, based upon the sacred science of numbers, is an advanced offshoot of the musical rhythm of the mathematical precision that controls all creation. Numbers influence every aspect of our life unconsciously or consciously, whether we are aware of this or not. Numerology is the science and philosophy of numbers (1 to 9) where each number has its strength, potential, and challenge. The whole idea behind Numerology is to know the hidden expression contained in these numbers to understand their relationship and progression in our numerology chart. The best Numerologists in India and across the world believe that this knowledge can help us in identifying the difficulties we may have experienced in the past or under present circumstances. Once we understand this Karmic connection we can then work towards doing some inner work on our life for bringing harmony, peace, and joy.
The belief in Numerology is easier to understand when we put it into a context with realizing how the entire world revolves around numbers and mathematical equations. The most familiar form of numbers is natural numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
The numbers 1 to 9 can be called as unit numbers and the numbers from 10 onwards (up to 99) can be called as double digit numbers which denote the fusion of two numbers however these would be reduced to unit numbers, eg; 24 (2+4=6) reduced to 6. Then, there are Master Numbers such as 11, 22, 33, 44 and so on which are never reduced to a unit number as they carry their own intensified vibration and potency.
Every number expresses its qualities in the form of strengths and challenges. Therefore, no number is good or bad, lucky or unlucky and auspicious or inauspicious as every number is equally necessary and essential, and each gives strength to the next one and takes what it needs from the one before, Numbers have two aspects viz; exoteric or external and esoteric or inner. In a nutshell, every number possesses its unique quality and power. The best numerologists, philosophers, mathematicians and astrologers vouch for the power of numbers.
Our ancient seers and yogis believed that numbers symbolize divinity and our mathematicians thought that the study of numbers could reveal the principles of creation and laws of time and space. Numbers are the most fundamental in art, poetry, architecture, music, and so on. The history of numbers is as old as the recorded history of man. Numerology was in use in ancient Greece, Rome, Egypt, China and India and is to be found in the ancient books of wisdom, such as the Hebrew Kabala. Most commonly used system for, Numerology were developed by the Chaldeans, the Hindus, the Mayans, the Hebrews (Kabala), the Chinese (Book of Changes), and the work of Pythagoras, to name a few. The primary intent behind these systems originally was to understand the relationship between man and his superconscious. Chaldean Numerology has close ties and resemblance to the Vedic system. From age immemorial the