This March 20th ushers in a new awakening powered not just by the Spring Equinox, but also by a total Solar Eclipse! And after an emotional first two weeks of March, you can finally relax and enjoy yourself, while letting bygones be bygones.
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And … we understand just how important it is to have more conscious folks on our planet right now!
Since ancient times, people from all corners of the world have understood the power inherent in numbers.
And here, in our modern-day, this spiritual sister-science of astrology is making something of a come-back!
So before you dive into what’s sure to be an exciting and revealing journey, we wanted to cover some of the origins with you – the basics of where numerology comes from and how it’s used as a predictive art.
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What IS Numerology?
Numerology is a method of divination that uses numbers to symbolize the vibrational patterns which make up our human experience. Simply put, numerology is a method of interpreting the numbers in your life.
pretty much everything…The way that numbers come together in our lives, (either in very obvious ways, such as repeating number patterns OR in more hidden ways, such as through shape, sound or personality) all form a blueprint to meaning. And let’s face it, meaning in our lives is something we’re all searching for, right? So, when you tap into these numbers and align your mind and your heart with their symbolism and messages – through Numerology – you can begin to understand SO much more about yourself and the world. Ultimately, this leads to self-realization, conscious manifestation, and healing. The origins of numerology are somewhat of a mystery. The earliest instances of finding meaning in numbers were in ancient Egyptian and Babylonian civilizations. There is evidence of numerology being used thousands of years ago in Rome, Greece, China and Japan too. The ancient Chaldeans (waaaay back in ancient Babylonia) understood that all things are composed of energy vibrating at different frequencies (today, modern science is just catching up with this concept!). For them, numerology provided a simple system to understand the qualities of these vibrations, on both personal and universal levels. Greek philosopher, Pythagoras is usually credited with creating what we know as numerology today. Although it is not thought that he invented the entire system, he is thought to have brought a whole new meaning to numbers. The term Numerology was coined by Dr. Julia Seton, and first seen in a book published around 1937. Before then, this type of divination was referred to as the Science of Numbers, Arithmancy, or sometimes erroneously, Kabbalah.
The Pythagorean Numerology (also known as Western Numerology, or Modern Numerology) claims a lineage going back to Pythagoras, the Greek philosopher who lived around 500 BC. But the story of his invention of a “new number system” was made by Philolaus who was born 25 years after Pythagoras’ death, and after the original Pythagorean mystery school burned down.
The Chaldeans were a people who ruled ancient Babylonia. Chaldean Numerology verifies its roots in antiquity through cuneiform tablets dating back to thousands of years before the birth of Pythagoras. The chief difference between these two systems is that Chaldean Numerology is based on the vibration that a number represents, even before it is spoken. While the “Pythagorean” system considered each single digit in relation to the alphabetical letters, in a strict, linear sequence. Another difference between Chaldean and Pythagorean Numerology is that the Chaldean system places more emphasis on the name, while the Pythagorean system is more concerned with permutations of the birth date.
First brought into the mainstream by best-selling author Doreen Virtue, Angel Numbers are a common, practical and accessible way for your angels to get your attention, and communicate meaningful messages from beyond the physical realm. We all recognize and understand numbers. Even if you’re not familiar with numerology, or the innate vibrational frequencies held within numbers, it’s easy to recognize repetition and pattern. And in our increasingly digitalized world, numbers are literally everywhere.
Many people offer readings with Angel cards or oracle cards, and whilst these are incredible tools, they require a much more in-depth connection with the angelic realm, to begin with. But angel numbers contain deep, unbiased, cross-cultural (and free-flowing) spiritual significance. They can enter into literally anybody’s life, at any time. And why Angels continue to use them as a means of offering divine guidance to the human realm, all comes down to pure resonance and frequency.
Angels are spiritual beings who are made up of high vibrational, love-filled light. Their energy is actually so fine and pure that it’s impossible for most people to see them and receive their guidance directly. This is because it is first necessary to release the heavy layers of density and let go of limiting beliefs, in order to raise your own vibration to meet the vibration of angels. And not everyone can do this. But Angel Numbers can cross this bridge for us.