Astrology and Numerology
Bible Codes Exposed
Numerology in chinese culture
Numerology personal years
Significance of numbers
11:11 digital time code
Numerology is the science of numbers.
It is one of the most ancient methods of reducing life to something that we can more readily understand.
Numerology was thought to have been discovered in ancient Greece, but as with all the disciplines of life it is really impossible to say where it began!
Although Numerology can be complicated, as can most sciences, we can very quickly discover our numerical Birth Number using simply our birth date. This will tell us a great deal about our personalities and trends, and should also provide us with a "Lucky Number" that we should always consider when numbers are relevant. (i.e. car numbers, house numbers....even lotto numbers!)
Some astrologers believe that each number from 0 to 9 is ruled by a celestial body in our solar system.
Zero is ruled by the planet Pluto in Numerology, which gives it many transforming and regenerating qualities.
One is ruled by the Sun in Numerology and the astrological aspect of the conjunction, so this number is very egocentric, quite often being somewhat of a loner.
Two is ruled by the Moon in Numerology and the astrological aspect of the opposition, which means this number is very co-operative, emotive, and has a great deal of feeling.
Three is ruled by Jupiter in Numerology and the astrological aspect of the trine, and is educated, wise, and happy. The acquisition or expenditure of money often features prominently in the number in numerology.
Four is ruled by Mars in Numerology (although in many systems 4 represents URANUS) and the astrological aspect of the square. It is forceful and dominating in an attempt to control the tension that is inherent in this number.
Five is ruled by the planet Mercury in Numerology and the astrological aspect of the quincunx. It is very communicative and witty on a light level.
Six is ruled by the planet Venus in Numerology and the astrological aspect of the sextile. It is a pleasant, harmonious number that governs the arts and music.
Seven is ruled by the planet Neptunein Numerology . It is a very spiritual number that is not limited by the constraints of the physical world. This is the number of mystics, visionaries, and seers.
Eight is ruled by the planet Saturnin Numerology . It is a solid and very stable number that has many limitations that must be transcended. Those individuals who have this number in numerology prominent in their life usually must learn by experience.
Nine is ruled by the planet Uranus in Numerology (although in many systems 9 represents MARS). It is very eccentric and unusual in nature. Where this number in numerology is prominent invention and ingenuity are very important elements to any given situation.
While different from the actual planets themselves, each astrological sign has also long been associated with a particular number, beginning with Aries which has always been the 1st sign of the Zodiac and ending with Pisces which has always been the 12th and final astrological sign of the Natural Zodiac. This layout is as follows:
1 Aries - (Cardinal Fire)
2 Taurus - (Fixed Earth)
3 Gemini - (Mutable Air)
4 Cancer - (Cardinal Water)
5 Leo - (Fixed Fire)
6 Virgo - (Mutable Earth)
7 Libra - (Cardinal Air)
8 Scorpio - (Fixed Water)
9 Sagittarius - (Mutable Fire)
10 Capricorn - (Cardinal Earth)
11 Aquarius - (Fixed Air)
12 Pisces - (Mutable Water)
Here's the lie: We are told that the assassinations of Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy and Yitzhak Rabin are predicted by secret Bible codes. Supposedly there are many other hidden messages encoded in the text that we should consider just as valid as Scripture. We believers "should be" paying specific attention to their enlightening meanings.
Here's the truth: It seems very suspicious these codes are only available to the generation that has a computer at their disposal and was unknown to all believers previous to now. If we had known of these predictions earlier, could we have prevented the assassinations? Could we have protected these famous men from their respective deaths?
Michael Drosnin wrote the "The Bible Code", which uses numerical sequences of letters from Bible books to make words and messages out of them. An article in USA Today (4 June, 1997) stated his claims are unreliable. Obviously he did not include words such as "picnic, happy, zebra, catalogue, aardvark, barbecue, dishwasher and skippy" as important messages from God. (These words can be found in code as easily as the other names.)
Let's examine the method in which these supposed "Bible secrets" were derived. By counting every third, fourth, etc. letter through a book or books of the Bible, one can come up with a great number of words. How can we know which words are important Godly messages? What about coming up with one word by counting every third letter, and then the next word is from counting every twenty-sixth letter? Sometimes they will count every 50th letter or more to come up with a supposed word to fit their hidden message. How can the two words be associated together by using different numerical searching sequences? Or sometimes they go front to back for one word and then bottom to top for the next word. Then they think they really came up with some great secret. Then the very next word was obtained diagonally. Do you see the inconsistency here?
There is another BIG problem with this method. The Bible code searchers will use one word from the Hebrew language and then bring up the next word found in the English language to complete the coded information. This is insane! There are about 850,000 words in the Bible. Could you come up with a decent "Word Search" puzzle with so many letters at your disposal? Should we use Hebrew, Greek, English or some other language to discover these hidden meanings? Or should we use a mixture of them all? By using this broad spectrum I could extract special messages out of a Sports Illustrated magazine or the daily newspaper. In fact, (using the Bible code method) some Professor took a copy of the novel "Moby Dick" and found the predictions of 13 assassinations of different presidents, prime ministers and other important figures!
Are the Bible codes really so spectacular if the messages are ONLY discovered after the fact? These code searchers spend so much time looking for secret messages, they could be missing the meanings right there in front of them - what the Bible really says!
The New Testament writers symbolically applied all the basic numbers to express their ideas, but made more references to specific numbers relating to the seven-fold human body, to the divine potential of the human mind and soul and to spiritual destiny.
Many years elapsed between the writing of the Old and New Testaments which allowed time for much expansion of human consciousness. As a result, many more meanings for the numbers had accrued. The use of symbolism had grown and was liberally employed as a means of revelation.
1 - (One)
Is THE ZERO made more manifest; it is the self, independence and unity. "In the beginning was the Word... and the Word was God" (John 1:1). 1 is the basis or cause of a beginning; it is a start, a creative idea for expression.
2 - (Two)
3 - (Three)
SYMBOLIZES THE TRINITY, triad and trine - the three dimensions. In a larger sense, the 3 stands for multiplication and growth. Three of the disciples went with Jesus into the
Jesus asked Peter three times, "Lovest thou me?" (John 21:15-17). The three inquiries refer to love on the three planes of consciousness -- the conscious mind, the subconscious mind and the superconscious mind. "If two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them," (Matthew 18:20). This also refers to the three parts of the mind, and avers that if all agree, the Christ power will prevail.
The story of Jesus is a story of 3's. He rose after three days and he was denied thrice by Peter. The fact that Jesus was crucified between two thieves is symbolic of the divided system of belief, which has stolen many of the true teachings. Christ sat down with the twelve, a higher vibration of 3. Judas bargained for thirty pieces of silver, again a vibration of 3.
4 - (Four)
STANDS FOR LAW and order, measurement, the physical and material realms, reason, logic, the square and the cross. Whenever a number is made up of straight lines, it symbolizes the divine principle; therefore the 4 and the 7 are called sacred numbers. The symbols are the square and the cross. The cross is always a sacred symbol wherever found.
Traditionally, the equal-armed cross, represented man. With the coming of Christ, the horizontal line of the cross was raised from the umbilical center to the heart center. It is not necessarily a Christian symbol; other spiritual leaders have died on the cross such as Krishna of India, Thamus of Syria, Hesus of the Druids, Mithra of Persia and Quexalcotl of Mexico.
"And He was there in the wilderness forty days tempted by Satan; and was with the wild beasts, and the angels ministered unto him," (Mark 1:13). 40 is used in a Scripture to indicate a completed cycle of retreat from things of the world in preparation for something better to follow.
On the morning of the fourth day after he died, Lazarus (meaning lack of spiritual understanding) lay in the tomb, bound hand and foot, with grave clothes wound around him. The fourth dawning day is when spiritual understanding shall release us from the grave of materialism and bring awakening to the one light.
"At the fourth watch, just as gray dawn was breaking, they beheld one walking on the water," (Matthew 14:25). This refers metaphorically to the dawning of Aquarian Age, the age of community.
5 - (Five)
STANDS FOR MEDIATION, understanding and judgment. The ancients represented the world by the number 5, the explanation being that in 5 are represented the four elements earth, water, fire and air, plus the fifth essence, ether or spirit. Five became the number of humanity with the five developed senses. It is the great senses, after which the sixth sense intuition develops.
The five wounds of Christ symbolize the suffering endured while in the flesh, which leads us to turn to God. In the parable of the five wise and the five foolish virgins (Matthew 25:3), "They that were foolish took their lamps and took no oil with them. But the wise took oil in Testament their vessels with their lamps." The oil relates to the anointed, or those who had light. Human beings can choose the light or reject it by their actions. Interestingly, the word oil is a 9-powered word, which means a completed cycle of attainment.
6 - (Six)
IS THE NUMBER OF BALANCE, harmony, cooperation, marriage, connubiality and beauty. "And there were set there six water pots of stone" (John 2:6) for the wedding feast. A wedding represents love (as does the number 6) at its most blissful state in earthly consciousness. The 6 expresses universal love, for out of the sorrows of personal love, the soul awakens to the higher life which leads to illumination or adeptship. Jesus' first miracle changed six pots of water to wine.
7 - (Seven)
Is THE NUMBER OF REST, cessation but not ceasing, safety, and the full measure of the triad and the quaternary. One of the greatest heritages from the Christian Scriptures is the seven-fold path of the Lord's prayer. The seven statements express the triad and the quaternary (Matthew 6:9-13):
1. Our Father which art in heaven,
2. Hallowed be Thy Name.
3. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
4. Give us this day our daily bread, and
5. Forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors.
6. Lead us not into temptation,
7. But deliver us from evil.
The final statement ("For Thine is the kingdom, and the power and the glory, forever") was added much later to symbolize return to the heavenly state.
8 - (Eight)
STANDS FOR INVOLUTION
The 8 is not a primary number in the New Testament. Rather, we find the 8 figures heavily in the eight-fold path of the Buddha and in occult literature.
9 - (Nine)
REFERS TO COMPLETION, attainment, fulfillment, regeneration and revelation. Many words in the Bible are used for their symbolic meanings and teachings mystically concealed. Bread and wine are usually linked together. Bread is a 3-powered word; wine is a 6-powered word; together they form a symbol of the 9-power of regeneration. Thus the serving of bread and wine means that one is to partake of a regenerative process when taking communion.
Number 1 in Numerology:
Being a number one in Numerology is all about learning to take the journey in this incarnation alone. It is about standing alone on your own two feet and accepting responsibility for your own life. Number one in Numerology is a natural leader and is well suited to management careers, politics, lawyers, teachers and owning your own business. Your strength is your power for ideas and comprehending the big picture. Your weakness is your procrastination. You can be very stubborn and when pushed into a corner you will come out fighting. Number one is all about loyalty and you make a good lifetime friend. Parties and crowds do not appeal to you and you are generally distrustful of strangers. Being a number one can mean great success in life and sometimes this happens at an early age. Number one is also known to crash and therefore it is important for those who have made it to the top to consolidate and maintain their enthusiasm.
Power Colour - Red
Power Planet - Sun
Number 2 in Numerology:
If you are a number two in Numerology you have a contradictory personality full of surprises. You have the quality of persistence and work well with other people or in groups. You are more of a team player than leader. More of a giver than a taker. You would be well suited working in the medical field, social work, charity or counselling. Being a dreamer you have a positive imagination which makes you naturally artistic, good in advertising, inter design, writing, hairdressing and history. Number two in Numerology should live by the water which will give them the inspiration they need. An important learning lesson in this incarnation is to learn how to receive, not just to be the one who always gives. Generally being a number two you do not like crowds and prefer just one or two close friends. Be warned, a number two will put up with an awful lot but once the straw is broken there will be no reconciliation. Dreaming is usually very strong and vivid and it is advisable for you to keep a diary.
Number 3 in Numerology:
If you are a number three in Numerology then you love to travel. Being still and doing nothing bores you. Generally you like parties, socializing and enjoy having many friends. One of the learning lessons in this incarnation for a number three is the art of diplomacy. Sometimes you can be too blunt which can offend some people, so you need to improve your diplomatic communications. You have a love of luxury, enjoy shopping sprees and spending money. Both writing and speaking are natural for you and a career path along these lines would be successful. If you are a Number 3 in Numerology, then Administration, religion, armed forces, police and the legal profession are other careers that are suitable for you. In relationships you tend to want perfection which usually ends up leading to problems. Power colour : Gold
Power Planet : Jupiter
Number 4 in Numerology:
Destiny number four in Numerology is the number of unlimited success. But the learning lesson in this incarnation is self discipline. For if you are prepared to make long term goals and work at it, great success is yours for the taking. If however you fail to gain success with this pathway, than in many ways you have yourself to blame. Your great strength is in taking things all the way and you will keep working when others have given up. Politics, banking, computers, electrics, engineering and the finance field would be most suitable for you. Number four in Numerology generally has good health although you may suffer back trouble. Power Colour : Green
Power Planet : Sun
Number 5 in Numerology:
Destiny Number Five in Numerology is the number of communication. These people seem to have a twisted sense of humour. Being a journalist is your natural career. Writing and public speaking are your gifts. You need to relax as you tend to get anxiety problems.
Number 6 in Numerology:
Destiny Number Six in Numerology is all about responsibility. People who are a number six can be highly dominant. Often these people are required to care for themselves from an early age. Music will help you get focused. You may also be interested in politics. Your weakness is your first for love.
Number 7 in Numerology:
Destiny Number Seven in Numerology is the number of perfection. Young number seven’s tend to be rebellious. These people are also attracted to the sea and soil. You will have a strong love of ancient history. Politics is of strong interest to you. You weakness is procrastination. You may also have a weak nervous system.
Number 8 in Numerology:
Eight is the number of power in Numerology.
However, you are too stubborn.
You can be the strength of any organization.
Money and power will attract you.
Business will be attractive to you.
At the same time you tend to have a tender heart.
You may find you have a weakness in your bowel.
Number 9 in Numerology:
Often the number nine person can be a little hyper. You will have psychic gifts. You have the ability to master anything in life you desire. Music and the arts are a natural for you. You will also go well in area’s requiring self expression.
Number 11 in Numerology:
Destiny Number Eleven is a number of self mastery in Numerology. You can do anything you want in life but there always seems to be a price attached. You are a leader, not a follower. Destiny Number Eleven in Numerology belongs to those who are an old soul. You have had many incarnations here before. You are a teacher. You are a natural in business. You are a dreamer. You live in a world of Princes and Princesses.
Number 22 in Numerology:
This is the destiny number of those that are leaders and builders. Many famous a political leader has been this number. You have the ability to create empires. You are stubborn. If forced into a corner you will come out fighting.
Genetria is numerology of the Hebrew language and Hebrew alphabet, and is used by its proponents to derive meaning or relative relationship. Several forms can be identified: the "revealed" form and the "mystical form".
The word itself comes from the Greek word 'geometry' and the concept or system is the same as the Greek isopsephy and the Islamic Hisab al-Jumal. Although Hebrew Gematria is the best known now, Greek Gematria predates it by many centuries. There is also a Gematria of Latin-script languages, dating from the early Middle Ages, and very possibly back into Roman times, too. Recent times have also seen an emergence of new gematrias, though these lack a length of exploration that more ancient versions have seen.
The most common form of gematria is used occasionally in the Talmud and Midrash and elaborately by many post-Talmudic commentators. It involves reading words and sentences as numbers, assigning numerical instead of phonetic value to each letter of the Hebrew alphabet. When read as numbers, they can be compared and contrasted with other words. A commentary almost completely dedicated to gematria is Baal ha-Turim by Rabbi Jacob ben Asher.
Gematria is often used by the Maharal of Prague and hasidic Torah commentators (such as the "Sefath Emmeth" from Gur).
One fascinating application of gematria is its use by exegetes to suggest that authors of certain biblical texts were keenly aware of specific mathematical principles and properties. For example, gematria has been employed to contend that the author of Kings, who according to traditionalists is Solomon, was aware of the approximate value of Pi.
Ostensibly, a plain reading of 1 Kings 7:23 indicates that its author believed that 3, rather than 3.14159, is the value of Pi. This tentative conclusion arises from the fact that the verse describes the molten sea that was made in the Temple as being 10 cubits from brim to brim (diameter) and as being encircled completely by a line of 30 cubits (circumference). Since Pi is the ratio of a circle's circumference to the circle's diameter, it would seem that the author of Kings thought Pi had a value of 3, which makes no sense since even a rough measurement would show the difference (1.4 cubits is almost 2.7 feet).
However, gematria may be used to counter the argument that this verse is an example of biblical error. In Jewish tradition, words appearing in portions of the Books of the Prophets are occasionally read (Kri) differently than they are written (Ktiv).
Some biblical scholars, such as Rabbi Judah Loew of Prague of the 16th Century (the Maharal of Prague), trace the provenance of the Kri/Ktiv dichotomy all the way back to the authors of the Books of the Prophets. In its written form (Ktiv), the verse uses the word KAVA (Kuf, Vav, Hey) for the molten sea's circumference. Yet, the word is read (Kri) as KAV (Kuf, Vav).
The numerical value of KAVA is 111 (Kuf = 100, Vav = 6, Hey = 5), while the numerical value of KAV is 106 (Kuf = 100, Vav = 6). 111/106 = 1.047169. If 1.047169 (the value of the Kri divided by the Ktiv) is multiplied by 3 (the value that the author ostensibly attributes to Pi), the result is 3.14151, which closely approximates Pi.
The Vilna Gaon a Rabbinic luminary of the 18th Century known for a remarkable mathematical prowess, is often credited with the discovery of this gematria.
Gematria is a system of recognizing a correspondence between the ten sefirot, or fires of God, and the twenty two letters in the Hebrew alphabet. This system is elaborated in many mystical Jewish writings such as the Zohar.
One example of gematria is that there are twenty-two solid figures that are composed of regular polygons. There are five Platonic solids, four Kepler-Poinsot solids, and thirteen Archimedean solids. Since there are twenty-two letters in the Hebrew alphabet, a correspondence can be inferred between these two disparate categories. The art of gematria is knowing which solid is associated with which letter.
Another example is that of Hebrew numerals. Although there are twenty-two letters, there are twenty-seven numerals necessary to express each number up to 999 (one through nine, ten through ninety, one hundred through nine hundred). The mystical Hebrew numeric system notes that the missing final five letters of the numeral system match exactly with the five 'sofit (word-final) alternate forms of the Hebrew letters.Another use is that words which have the same numerical value, share the same qualities, and reveal still other aspects of the Divine.
In Chinese culture, certain numbers are believed by some to be auspicious or inauspicious based on the Chinese word that the number name sounds similar to. However some Chinese people regard these beliefs to be superstitions. Since the pronunciation and the vocabulary may vary greatly in different Chinese dialects, the rules are not generally applicable for all cases. Because of the supposed auspiciousness of certain numbers in Numerology, some people will often choose, attempt to obtain, or pay large sums for numbers that are considered to be lucky for their phone numbers, street addresses, residence floor (in a multi-storey building), driver's license number, vehicle license plate number, bank account number, etc.
Numbers and their perceived qualities in Chinese Numerology:
1 - Sure.
2 - Easy.
3 - Live.
4 - Considered a bad omen, but considered lucky in regions of
5 - The self, me, myself, nothing.
6 - Easy and smooth, salary and wages.
7 - Together.
8 - Sudden fortune.
9 - "Long" in reference to time.
Lucky numbers in Chinese Numerology:
Lucky numbers are based on Chinese words that sound similar to other Chinese words. The numbers 6, 8, and 9 are believed to have auspicious meanings in Chinese Numerology because their names sound similar to words that have positive meanings.
One in Chinese Numerology:
The number 1 Can represent unity.
Two in Chinese Numerology:
The number 2 is a good number in Chinese Numerology. There is a Chinese saying "good things come in pairs".
Four in Chinese Numerology:
The number 4 is considered lucky in some regions of
Six in Chinese Numerology:
The number 6, pronounced "liu", sounds like the word for "flowing", "smooth" or "slippery" which can mean "everything goes smoothly". The number 666 is considered one of the luckiest numbers.
Seven in Chinese Numerology:
The number 7 symbolizes "togetherness". This is shown in the Chinese mythology of Cowherd and Weaver Girl. The seventh day of the seventh month is The Night of Sevens.
Eight in Chinese Numerology:
Some people think that 8 can be associated with the symbol meaning infinity (an 8 turned 90 degrees). The Summer Olympics in
Nine in Chinese Numerology:
The number 9 (jiu), sounds like the word for "longlasting" (pinyin jiu).
The Secret Science of Numerology: The Hidden Meaning of Numbers and Letters
Combination in Chinese Numerology:
59 - unlucky.
168 - Very Lucky, road of prosperity or to be prosperous together.
518 - I will prosper.
520 - I love you.
888 - prosperity times three.
1314 - Forever and for eternity.
5201314 - I Love You Forever and for eternity.
Unlucky numbers in Chinese Numerology
Four in Chinese Numerology:
Number 4 is considered an unlucky number in Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Japanese cultures. Many numbered product lines skip the "4". Number 14 is considered to be one of the unluckiest numbers in Chinese culture.
Five in Chinese Numerology:
If used for the negative connotation it can become good by using it with a negative.
Six in Chinese Numerology:
Six may form unlucky combinations.
Seven in Chinese Numerology:
Considered spiritual or ghostly. The seventh month of the Chinese calendar is also called the "Ghost Month". During this month, the gates of hell are said to be open so ghosts and spirits are permitted visit the living realm. It is not commonly associated with luck
Numbers in Egyptian Numerology:
Certain Numerology was considered sacred, holy, or magical by the ancient Egyptian, particularly 2, 3, 4, 7, and their multiples and sums. Three: symbol of plurality in Egyptian Numerology:
The basic symbol for plurality among the ancient Egyptians was the number three: even the way they wrote the word for "plurality" in hieroglyphics consisted of three vertical marks ( | | | ). Triads of deities were also used in Egyptian religion to signify a complete system. Seven in Egyptian Numerology:
Is the symbol of perfection, effectiveness, completeness. The number seven was apparently the Egyptian symbol of such ideas as perfection, effectiveness, and completeness.
In Numerology, when numbers are doubled, such as 11, 22, 33, we call these Master Numbers. Supposedly, these Master Numbers have a greater significance, and refer to characteristics beyond mundane experiences. In a manner of speaking, these are the higher octaves, harmonics, of experiences. But they are also sometimes just potentialities, which are never quite attained, after which they single digit number which they add to, becomes the dominant factor.
Personal Year 1
This is a year of NEW BEGINNINGS! One means You alone, learning, growing, exploring new options. The old energy of the '9 year' that has just finished and probably driven you crazy is now going to move away. You seek guides you to new. Make decisions based on your needs. What you set in motion this year creates the foundation for the rest of your nine-year cycle. Decide what is best for you and go for it. Look for new opportunities all year. Keep busy. Take classes. Plan a career. Work alone, for only you can decide what is best for you. How hard you work, and the kind of foundation you build, will follow you throughout the cycle. Health should be good, though you heal with clearing issues. The 1 year also denotes genesis, originality, creation, self-determination, will power, independence, initiative, decisions, leadership, command, courage, pioneer, daring, and the male principle.
Personal Year 2
This is a year for Relationships, Partnerships, Union, and the Home. If you are in a bad relationship, it will end. If you are not in a relationship, a meaningful one can begin and be long lasting. Your concerns are on Business Relationships, Marriage, Divorce, Love and Affairs. You seek the heart, your Soul Mate. Business Partnerships are often important and can grow. Let things come to you. Work with others. Strengthen friendships. Be patient. New opportunities can drop in your lap unexpectedly. You may feel moody, experience nervous energies, and cry. This year deals with emotional health and maintaining balance. It is the year of the feminine principal.
Personal Year 3
This year represents moving forward with your goals. Creative, Education, Career, Travel, Social Ambition, Conversation, Friendships old and new. You may let go of friendships that have grown apart. Do not dwell on issues. You can shine in forms of self-expression; art, writing, music, performing. Finish or start your book or project. You can find romance and a good relationship. Go to school. Plan the career you think will fulfill your greatest ambitions, talents and dreams. Health is generally good. Avoid others who drain your energies. Words that discribe how you feel are, facility with words, grace, charm, performer, beauty, flirtation, romance, artistic, and entertainer. Three also relates to expansiveness and learning through life experiences. It is considered to be lucky, and is often associated with money and good fortune. Three generally depicts several people joining together to achieve a common goal, whether through a social or professional affiliation. Although three possesses attributes of wisdom, understanding and knowledge, negatively it can exhibit pessimism, foolhardiness and unnecessary risk taking.
Personal Year 4
Four represents aspects of self-discipline -- practicality, physical work, endurance, concentration, budgeting, order, form, construction, routine, systematic, industrious, conventionality, reliability, home, patriotism, and ecology. Once restrictions are overcome, great things can be achieved. Watch health issues, emotional, medical, dental. Get needed rest. Real Estate, relocations, properties, fix up your home, office, create a private space so you can be alone to process your issues and goals. Avoid confrontations. You can met a partner, but it probably will involve learning lessons, which at this point you chose to avoid. You want a partner who is there for you. Be sure you both have the same goals. Four is also a number of stability and building for the future. It has much energy which is directed toward the achievement of goals, such as family celebrations or other notable events. Because this is a number of progression and growth, many original ideas are likely to spring forth from what appears to be thin air. Four is a solitary number which seems to be somewhat of a loner, even in the midst of a crowd. Because of the grounded qualities of this number, it has a tendency to be steadfast and can sometimes give the impression of being boring.
Personal Year 5
This is a year of CHANGE or a time to take a new direction with things that no longer work. It is a year of travel, unexpected things, having fun, but don't abuse it. Meet new people. Get out of your Rut. Expand and promote yourself. Watch your health. Stop smoking or other addictive patterns. Loose weight by changing eating patterns forever Set foundations, heal old issues. Create balance in life. Aspect of re-creation will present themselves to you. This year is the apex for change in the cycle of 9 years. It involves, adaptability, resourcefulness, variety, versatility, risk, adventure, travel, surprises, curiosity, recreation, sensual and sexual appetites, new opportunities, speculation, promotion, physical and mental freedom. Five represents service to others. It is highly analytical and has the ability to think critically, but can over-ponder an issue to the point that its significance is no longer relevant. This number governs our ability to think clearly and our intellectual capacity. It is a multifaceted number with links to our state of physical and mental health.
Personal Year 6
This is a big year as it focuses on most areas especially personal relations (healing your issues), marriage, soul mates, divorce, affairs, the home, extended family, relationships, career, social consciousness, responsibility to others, adjustments, harmony, healing, counseling, teaching, education, truth, justice, reliability, tenacity, conscientiousness, and social balance. You can buy, sell, or redecorate a home. You always deal with a soul mate, old or new. You may deal with sexuality. You can cement great friendships and find new and long lasting. Health is generally good unless you create an illness or accident to gain someone's attention or or go on disability as you no longer wish to work or function. Pay attention to what you are doing and why you may need to leave home at last. If you can't take of yourself, find out why.
Personal Year 7
This is a year of self-reflection and realization, especially if you have ended a relationship in the 6 year. Find yourself, heal your issues, deal with emotions, discover who you are and what you want, apart from family, friends, and relationships. Your outlook changes. You can feel a bit depressed or lonely as you search for the your life's mission Allow your soul to guide your destiny. You will create synchronicities to show you the way. You seek past lives and other metaphysical interests that expand our awareness of things beyond third dimensional reality. You read book, may see spirits, dream of loved ones who have crossed over. You can walk away from traditional religion, saying it is too limited and often disappoints. Address your soul guidance, with friends and family. Are you a caretaker? Did your soul come here to marry, or take care of parents? Do you deserve happiness and love? Who has abused you? Why?
Seven also represents intellectual and spiritual development, wisdom, knowledge of self, mind, intellect, philosophy, metaphysics, mystery, secrecy, solitude, study, research, science, writing, faith, specialization, refinement, pride, acquisition by attraction, dignity, bridging worlds, and observation.
Personal Year 8
The 8 year represents material accomplishment, money, material freedom, business, high finance, control, power, success, achievement, recognition, profit, executive ability, management, authority, fairness, and responsibility Pay and collect debts. Focus on how to increase money. Be business-like and practical. You can gain recognition for prior years of hard work. Push your goals. Make important contacts. Partners will come through business connections and may not last. Health is generally good, though you may feel tired. You may want a new car, travel, and not to be limited in a boring job.
Personal Year 9
This is a year to let go of things that do not work for you. It is considered a year of Completions and Endings. You must relax and do not try to control things in your life. Let them go or they will be taken from you as your soul, the universe cleans house for the next cycle in your life. This can be a very difficult year, particularly if you do not like change. The more you pursue things, the more they will elude you. Relationships end. Nothing that begins in your 9 year will remain. It is a time to plan and seek out new jobs, relocations and more. There can be many learning lesson in the 9 year, or you can pln for it and coast right through. Death, Yes you can hear about more deaths, but those are the natural rhythm of the cycles of life as we move into a time of rebirth and consciousness evolves.
The 9 also represents selflessness and universal awareness, fulfilment, universality, understanding, tolerance, compassion, impersonal, generosity, forgiveness, just, humanitarian, universal truths, and benevolence.
The Significance Of Numbers based upon Biblical References:
43: Abomination or Desolation
We are told that 13 is an unlucky number. The date Friday the 13th is taboo because the Knights Templar were arrested and condemned by the seneschals of Philippe IV, King of France, in a "pre-dawn raid" on Friday, October 13th, 1307. The number 13 has been shunned for centuries. Some architects omit the 13th floor from office buildings to this very day. Is it possible that the folklore associated with the number 13 is absolutely apocryphal? Or that it has become a demonized numeral precisely because it was sacred in pre-Christian times? Think about it. It is an oddly recurring sum. 12 apostles and a messiah. 12 Knights of the Round Table and King Arthur. The number 13 recurs too consistently in such significant contexts to be purely arbitrary. And of course, it’s not.
13 was a number central to certain traditions of sacred geometry, because it reflected a pattern which could be seen to exist in man, nature, and the heavens. For instance, there are 13 major joints in your body. There are 13 lunar cycles in a solar year, and the moon travels 13 degrees across the sky every day. Six circles placed around a seventh central circle is a model of geometric efficiency and perfection in the second dimension that has been known to mathematicians for ages. But this same configuration in three dimensions consists of 12 spheres arranged around one central sphere, making 13 in all - the most compact three-dimensional arrangement recurrent in nature. A commentator writing about the Aztec calendar once said that, "Thirteen is a basic structural unit in nature. It means the attracting center around which elements focus and collect." Is this, then, the reason for Christ’s 12 disciples, King Arthur’s 12 knights, or the 12 major constellations in relation to our sun? The likelihood seems great indeed.
Assuming that the number 13 played a prominent role in the sacred traditions being preserved by the Knights Templar, and that the Vatican wished to keep this from coming to light, does it not follow that they purposely chose Friday the 13th as the date upon which to arrest the Templars? In many traditions, Friday is a holy day. If our assumptions are correct, Friday the 13th would be doubly sacred to the Templars. This may well have constituted the Church’s final "screw you" to the Order whose power they so feared and envied.
13 is of particular interest to us because of Tracy Twyman’s work on the "Golden Calendar", which is based on multiples of 13, such as 26 and 52. Interestingly, our modern calendar still bears vestiges of this, and retains the concept of 52 weeks in a calendar year. According to the website dayofdestiny.com, the Aztec century was based on a unit of 52 years, and native people in South America, who believed in an impending apocalypse that would occur on a certain date, would, "ritually demolish and destroy their civilization every 52 years", as a sort of "dress rehearsal." The glyph which represents both the start and end of the Aztec calendar is known as "13 Cane", and symbolizes the death of one cycles, followed by the birth of another - the Alpha and Omega. Strangely, this is very much what the 13th rune - called "Eiwaz" - means in the Northern European mythos. It represents the balance point between light and dark, the creative force and the destructive force, or the heavens and the Underworld. It too is the Alpha and Omega at the same time. It signifies death, but it also signifies eternal life. In the traditional tarot deck, the 13th card is the Death card. It also represents not merely death, but rebirth and renewal. These were obviously pivotal concepts to ancient cultures, the understanding of which has faded down the centuries. But isn’t it remarkable that this specific notion always seems to be associated with the number 13, even in cultures as seemingly dissimilar as those of Northern Europe and South America?
It is interesting to note that although the 13th rune was the central rune in the oldest runic alphabet, and the symbol around which all the others were ordered; by the time the second runic alphabet emerged, the "Eiwaz" rune was absent. What this seems to indicate is that even in very ancient times, this symbol so representative of the world-view central to Northern European thought had vanished due to the fact that the idea it represented had also been lost. This idea seems to constitute some ancient understanding of Hermetic thought. Of course, the idea didn’t simply disappear, it was kept alive by certain initiates who preserved and passed down the secrets of an esoteric tradition. Perhaps this is why the number 13 has always been associated with magic and the occult, and why it is a number perceived to possess some mysterious yet tangible power. It is an emblem of a secret knowledge, a knowledge which does indeed confer power upon those conversant with it. It is a knowledge that religious orthodoxies have long feared and tried to suppress. 13 may be perceived as unlucky to those who fear the secret gnosis it represents, but for adherents of that gnosis it is (as it always was), a sacred number.
Physical reality is a consciousness program created by digital codes. Numbers, numeric codes, define our existence. Human DNA, our genetic memory, is encoded to be triggered by digital codes at specific times and frequencies. Those codes awaken the mind to the change and evolution of consciousness. 11:11 is one of those codes, meaning activation of DNA.
You will note that seeing 11:11 frequently creates synchronicities in your life.
The year 2011 will have great significance and consciousness will evolve in full swing. January 1, 2011 we find - 1/1/11 which could be seen as 1111. November 11 - 11/11/11. This promises to accelerate consciousness toward 2012.
2012 links to the Mayan Calendar end time at 11:11 UT, Universal Time. (December 12, 2012).
11 is a double digit and is therefore considered a Master or Power Number. In Numerology 11 represents impractical idealism, visionary, refinement of ideals, intuition, revelation, artistic and inventive genius, avant-garde, androgynous, film, fame, refinement fulfilled when working with a practical partner. Eleven is a higher octave of the number two . It carries psychic vibrations and has an equal balance of masculine and feminine properties. Because eleven contains many gifts such as psychic awareness and a keen sense of sensitivity, it also has negative effects such as treachery and betrayal from secret enemies.
Many associate 11:11 with a wake-up code/alarm as they see it on digit clocks and watches. It can also be seen as a key to unlock the subconscious mind, our genetic encoded memories, that we are spirits having a physical experience, not physical beings embarking on a spiritual experience.
11:11 or derivatives of these numbers, 111 and 11, are digits that repeat in time thus a metaphor for reality as patterns that repeat in time for us to experience. This can refer to the rise and fall of civilizations, our personal experiences and lessons, loops in time. They are cycles of time that create and recreate following the blueprint.
Ellie and 11:11 .... In 1991, when I was hosting the talk show "The Metaphysical Experience", a woman named Solara was my guest. Her topic was Activation of the 11:11 Doorway. It was all about ascension and the beginning of awareness of the 11:11 code. In 1995, a Crystalinks' reader named Joe emailed about his experiences with the numbers 111:111, hence the file you are reading was first created and in so doing I took a long hard look at this phenomena experienced by those around me. Each time Joe was about to go through another major spiritual awakening, an epiphany of some kind, those numbers would appear in his physical experience to signal the upcoming change. The numbers say, "Pay attention!"
11 represents spiraling twin strands of human DNA moving into higher frequency of consciousness.
11 represents balance.
11+11=22=4=Time. 22 is a Master or Masonic Number.
Some souls see a Golden Age emerging, as told by the ancient prophets. Gold refers to Alchemy , the alchemical changes that are taking place in our bodies in the evolution of consciousness.
Reality as a geometric design is based on numbers (universal language) that repeat in cycles to create the linear time experiment. In Pythagorean Numerolgy, a cycle is based on 9. 9=End. 9/11= end of the DNA biogen(et)ic program running at the moment.
Terrorism and 11:
09/11/01 - 9/11 - September 11 Attacks in NYC
03/11/04 - 3/11 - Madrid Bombings
07/11/06 - 7/11 - Mumbai (formerly Bombay) train bombings
We all have one or more numeric codes that follow the blueprint of Sacred Geometry. It is about the spirals of consciousness, Fibonacci Numbers, the Golden Spiral, also found in perfection, in the exact proportions in the Great Pyramid.
Most digital codes that evoke memory are double digits or countdowns such as 1, 2, 3, 4 ,5 or 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0, which goes to Zero Point Merge
You will experience a sudden awakening after which reality is never the same. You are going to create clarity, healing and balance for yourself. Do not expect others in your life to be on this journey with you. It is yours alone as it is for most souls. You will have to seek new friends of like mind who are also being triggered by the digits. Once you open the Digital Door, there is no going back. Your soul will automatically and quickly move you from level to level of experience until you 'get it'. Your consciousness is expanding and therefore you will, manifest faster and with greater comprehension, becoming more aware of the meaning of synchronicities that will become more and more frequent. They are created by your soul creates to help you remember that you are a soul spark in a physical program that is about to end, evolve back to higher consciousness.
Once you see your numeric codes, you have activated something in your DNA codes and they will continue to appear until you 'get the message' ... it is 'time' to move on.
Upon seeing your digit encoded numbers, you may feel a sense of urgency or related emotions. Chill out! For NOW there is TIME!
The numbers usually signal changes in the patterns of your life.
They may confirm something that you are experiencing whenever the numbers appear to you.
You may dream also about the numbers, linked with things you do not as yet understand, or wake up at the same time every night with those numbers on your digital clock, ie. 11:11
The association of the number 666 with the Antichrist is derived from Revelation 13:18 in which John the Revelator is told in his apocalyptic vision that the number of the Beast is 666 and that the number stands for a person. In John’s world of the first century, the Beast that ruled the Earth would have been the emperor, the caesar, of the Roman Empire, Nero (37C.E.–68 C.E.). Using the Hebrew alphabet, the numerical value of “Caesar Nero,” the merciless persecutor of the early Christians, is 666. Although Jesus (c. 6 B.C.E.–c. 30 C.E.) made it clear when speaking to the apostles that no one will know the exact hour or day of his Second Coming, for many centuries certain Christian theologians have associated the rise of the Antichrist to power and his achievement of a seven-year reign over all the Earth as a kind of catalyst that would set in motion Armageddon, the last final battle between good and evil—the ultimate clash between the armies of Jesus Christ and Satan. Ever since the Protestant Reformation, the pope has been a favorite of certain Evangelicals for the ignominious title. Many of the pontiffs in the Middle Ages did exercise great power over the rulers and the people of the emerging European nations; and consequently, there were numerous embittered princes and fiery Protestant leaders who did seek to affix the blame for a large number of repressive social and religious programs on the Vatican.
However, contemporary popes have wielded little political influence, surely none that would place them in world-threatening positions. There have been such men as Aleister Crowley (1875–1947), who actually appeared to covet and campaign for the position by calling himself the Beast and 666. Hollywood has capitalized on the fascination of certain Christians and horror movie fans with the menacing evil of the Antichrist and depicted him in a number of motion pictures. In Rosemary’s Baby (1968), an unsuspecting young wife (Mia Farrow) is selected to bear the Antichrist after her husband (John Cassavetes) makes a pact with Satan. The Omen (1976) spawned a series of three films that follow the Antichrist from early childhood to his position of wealth, power, and charismatic mastery as an adult. In the first of these films, Gregory Peck, as the unsuspecting surrogate father of the Antichrist, is warned of his son’s true identity by a number of priests and other individuals who all meet untimely warnings as the babble of the demented, he is later shocked to discover the numerals “666” on his son’s scalp and he resolves to do whatever must be done to stop Satan’s will from being accomplished. In spite of a valiant effort on the part of the father, who now concludes rightfully that his true son was killed and supplanted by the disciples of the Antichrist, the demon seed continues his destructive path to world domination in two additional films.
In the The Chosen (1977), Kirk Douglas plays another unaware father, an industrialist specializing in building nuclear power plants, who comes to realize that his son (Simon Ward) is the Antichrist. In Lost Souls (2000), a devout teacher played by Winona Ryder must convince an unsuspecting young journalist that he is the Antichrist before the fated hour when his newly awakened demonic awareness will seize control of his consciousness. Arnold Schwarzenegger is challenged by the almost impossible mission of preventing Satan (Gabriel Byrne) from fathering the Antichrist in End of Days (2000). In Stigmata (2000), Byrne switches sides and plays a priest who fights to thwart satanic interference toward a young stigmatist, a woman who bears the bleeding wounds of Christ’s crucifixion. Bless the Child (2000) portrays a desperate mother (Kim Basinger) who must somehow prevent her specially gifted and blessed child from becoming the human sacrifice that would grant the Antichrist his full-powered entry into the world.
Christians who believe completely that the end times drama will play out according to certain scriptural references maintain a wary eye for signs of the Antichrist and the onset of the Apocalypse, but not all Christians accept the warnings of the advent of the Beast with his telltale numerical designation of 666 or believe that the traditional scenario of the Antichrist and his seven-year reign has any real relevance to the actual “signs in the sky” that will precede the Second Coming of Christ. In today’s world the term “antichrist” lost much of its power to provoke fear after the concept entered the popular mass culture.
For millions of modern secular men and women, the Beast 666 has become merely a sinister, but always defeated, villain in horror movies, and his once dreaded title is often loosely applied in an offhanded manner to everything from cartoon figures to a wide range of men and women in a vast spectrum of modern society. In the Bible, the Book of Revelation (13:17-18) cryptically asserts 666 to be "the number of a man," associated with the beast, an antagonistic creature that appears briefly about two-thirds into the apocalyptic vision.
The author challenges the reader to figure out the symbolism of this number, a challenge that has inspired mystics and would-be prophets ever since. It is assumed by many biblical scholars to refer to Emperor Nero. The number is arrived at by presenting Nero's name in Greek (Kaisar Neron) and transforming it into Hebrew whose letters also have a numeric value. The number of people who have been proposed to be the man whose number is 666 is vast and ever growing; it usually does not demand much ingenuity to find several ways to connect one's political or religious opponent with the number 666, since there is no biblical restriction on how a connection between a man and the number may be established.
In modern popular culture, 666 has become one of the most widely recognized symbols for the Antichrist or, alternately, the Devil. Earnest references to 666 occur both among apocalypticist Christian groups and in explicitly anti-Christian subcultures such as that surrounding some heavy metal bands. An appearance of the number 666 in contemporary Western art or literature is more likely than not an intentional reference to this number of the Beast symbolism. Such popular references to 666 are too numerous to list here. It is not uncommon to see the symbolic role of the integer 666 transferred to the digit sequence 6-6-6. Some people take the satanic associations of 666 so seriously that they actively avoid things related to 666 or the digits 6-6-6. This is known as hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia. Until now that number has a lot of interpretation, is it a satanic symbol or its just a number? No one knows. The truth is out there...
On September 11th one of the worst ever terrorist attacks took place in New York, lets look at some of the theories around the number 11:
Pretty Chilling...take a look.
If you are a sceptical person - still read on as it's actually very interesting!!
I'm not saying I buy into all the conspiracy theories, but this is still somewhat interesting. I think it's at least worth looking into
The most recognized symbol for the US, after the Stars & Stripes, is the Eagle. The following verse is taken from the Koran, the Islamic holy book:
"For it is written that a son of Arabia would awaken a fearsome Eagle. The wrath of the Eagle would be felt throughout the lands of Allah while some of the people trembled in despair still more rejoiced: for the wrath of the Eagle cleansed the lands of Allah and there was peace."
That verse is number 9.11 of the Koran.
Rotherham-ghosts would like to give their respect to all the people who lost their lives in this terrible act, and are grateful for all the servicemen who risk their lives daily fighting for our country.