Numerology, Astrology, Graphology and Vaastu Shastra in India
Numerology, Astrology, Graphology and Vaastu ShastraNumerology, Astrology, Graphology and Vaastu Shastra Numerology, Astrology, Graphology and Vaastu Shastra in India

Numerology, Astrology, Graphology and Vaastu Shastra in India

NUMEROLOGY has been an inseparable part of astrology since ancient times. It is the study of numbers, their combination and their interaction in one's life. People are numbered every where from the womb to the tomb. It is right to say that "The World is based on the power of Numbers".

Western Numerology

Western Numerology (Pythagorean Method)

Numerology is the language of numbers and their symbolic significance. Numerology uses numbers to describe who a person is and what the destiny holds for a native. It is the study of numbers and each number has its own vibration and its own vibratory influence. The basic numbers are 1 - 9.

Each number has a hidden meaning and an interesting importance. Just as the right medical attention can cure a patient, similarly right astrological guidance can help solve many a problem. Although numerology has gained most of its popularity within recent years, it is one of the oldest of the occult sciences. In numerology nothing happens by chance. When you come into this world, it is with a unique set of vibrations and purposes. The name you are given at your birth contains some of these vibrations as does your birth date.

Pythagoras was as interested in metaphysics and spiritual development as he was in math, so it's no wonder he joined the two disciplines. He studied at the Hermetic (after Hermes, messenger of the gods) Wisdom Schools of the Egyptian holy city of Heliopolis (later named Alexandria) and incorporated many of the same teaching techniques with his own students in Greece. For example, his students had to memorize everything rather than write it down. This approach is still used for geometry students learning theorems.

The Pythagorean method was developed by Pythagoras, a Greek mathematician and metaphysician who lived during the 6th century BCE. He was most widely known for his proposition that the square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides.

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The right triangle was Pythagoras' "Eureka" (which means "I found it"). The right triangle can also be used to symbolize the world of an individual and serves as the original basis for the numerological interpretation of the life pattern of an individual. Like the Chaldean method, Pythagorean numerology analyzes both name and date of birth, and the interaction between the two. The basic vibrations are 1 through 9, although the 11 (K) and 22 (V) are not reduced to a single digit because these are master vibrations.

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