PYTHAGOREAN NUMEROLOGY ALPHABET GRID

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z The first name that was written on the birth certificate is the choice made by the individual’s super consciousness at the time of birth to help that person on their karmic journey. The First Name is representative of the basis by which the life will be lived. Elizabeth is a name which has numerous nicknames associated with it [Betty, Beth, Liz, Lizbeth, Liza, etc.]. The number from Elizabeth will be a stronger force in the person’s life the nickname. However, the nickname will gain momentum the longer it is used. EXAMPLE: Elizabeth reduces to the number 7 E L I Z A B E T H 5 3 9 8 1 2 5 2 8 5 + 3 + 9 + 8 + 1 + 2 + 5 + 2 + 8 = 43 4 + 3 = 7 The number 7 is the primary influence of her life. If she goes by a nickname most of her life, the nickname will also have a strong influence in her life, but the number 7 will always remain the strongest. If the first name reduces to the number 11 or 22, it should be not be reduced to a lower denomination as those are called “master numbers” and should be read as such. Definitions of the Number Associated with the First Name: 1           A strong, independent, individualistic personality whose ideas...

Numerology and Colors Explained

I have read numerous books about Pythagoras, the “Father of Numerology in the Western World,” and he has frequently been credited with being the first to assign colors to the first 7 numbers (which correlate to the colors of the seven chakras):  1 = red, 2 = orange, 3 = yellow, 4 = green, 5 = blue/green (turquoise or teal), 6 = blue, and 7 = purple. As I meandered around and about in Google, focusing on articles about numbers and colors, I came across one article written by color expert Kate Smith, CMG, CfYH, that offered me some interesting insight as to why a specific color might be associated with a specific number. The following are the first seven numbers and their most positive qualities according to Pythagorean numerology as they relate to human personalities, followed by the psychological and symbolic associations of the colors associated with these numbers. As you will learn, the numbers’ qualities are closely linked to how a color is perceived by the human brain. Number 1:  Leadership, originality, innovation, determination, courageousness, confidence, energy, dynamism, ambition, power, independence, individuality. Color Red:  Red is recognized by scientific researchers as a stimulant and is known to increase enthusiasm, stimulate energy and can increase blood pressure, respiration, a heartbeat and pulse rate.  It is said to encourage action and confidence, and provides a sense of protection from fears and anxiety.  It is the color of the first chakra which is associated with being grounded, trusting, belonging, and accepting.  The Chinese consider it a color of good luck and fortune. The Hindus consider it the color of joy,...

2012: Year of Woman Power!

I view the year 2012 as depicted above — female energy (2) featured like bookends converging with divine energy (0) and inhibiting, or enhancing, male energy (1) for a year when a kinder, gentler nature in all of us will manifest. The number 2012 reduces to a 5 (2+0+1+2 = 5) which is the number of change, usually major change. This “universal year 5” couples with the US of A’s “personal year 7” which signifies that those changes brought about by the 5 may affect those of us in the United States in ways that require all of us to view our lives and the lives of those around us in very different ways . . . primarily a more loving, compassionate and humble way. In 2000, I wrote a newsletter that offered that the millennium of the 2000s would usher in the reign of feminine power. This assertion is based on the number 2 being the consistent and forefront number of the coming 1,000 years. The last 1,000 years were ruled by the number 1 because each year had the 1 as the first number of whatever year it was, i.e., 1001, 1206, 1514, 1891, 1921, and so on. In numerology, all the numbers in a series are relevant and have specific vibratory aspects associated with them but the first number in the series is the most dominant. The number 1 exudes the most powerful vibration of the male-oriented numbers which are 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9. The 1 is associated with individualism, innovation, courage, originality, forcefulness, aggression, power and progression. Certainly we could all agree that...