Numerology charting can be of great significance in providing detailed psychic readings. Everything you see and touch, in this dimension and every other, can be modeled through numbers and mathematics. The ancients knew that each individual number has a special vibration that influences reality. Our psychics understand the importance of numerology in your life. Your name, lover's name, address, and birth date are all important numbers that have a direct bearing on luck and love.
Numerology is the study of translating names, places, events, birth dates, and other significant dates to their numerical equivalents in order to foretell the future. Most people have a "lucky" number that their intuition tells them is special. MostGifted psychics take this further, calculating and using numbers to chart the best date and time for major life events, determine romantic compatibility, and provide insights into one's personality and nature.
Every letter has an associated number, and each number has a related vibration. The sum of the numbers in your birth date and the sum of numbers derived from the letters in your name provides an interrelation of vibrations. These numbers reveal a great deal about your character, your purpose in life, what motivates you, where your talents may lie, and much more.
Numerology is not an exact science, but is based on thousands of years of research. There are countless subtle influences on your life, so it is not possible for any numerologist to be right 100 percent of the time. But there are many ways numerology can help guide critical decisions.
A numerology reading by a MostGifted psychic provides powerful insights by analyzing the important numbers in your life. Let us help answer important questions, such as:
Modern numerology is rooted in a variety of ancient cultures and teachings, including astrological philosophy from Hellenistic Alexandria, early Christian mysticism, the Hebrew system of the Kabbalah, the Vedas of Hindu tradition, the Chinese Circle of the Dead, and the Egyptian Ritual of the Dead. Pythagoras, who lived during the fifth century BC, was known as "the father of numbers" and is often cited as the founder of numerology.
In the twentieth century, interest in numerology reemerged. From 1911 to 1917, L. Dow Balliett published a series of influential books, combining Pythagoras' work with Biblical references. Florence Campbell added to this knowledge in the 1930s. Currently, a most persuasive proponent of numerology is Ruth A. Drayer, author of Numerology: The Power in Numbers.
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