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The True Meaning of Your Name Using Ancient Chaldean Numerology

Everyone is curious about who we truly are and why we do the things we do and what the future holds for us, especially in light of the coming ‘shift’ predicted for 2012 (the final year of a 25 year preparatory cycle that started in 1987), which is probably why visits to astrologers, numerologists, and tarot readings are becoming more popular. While astronomers debate whether they believe that Pluto is actually a planet and Tarot readers might be wondering the possibility of reversed cards for readings however, not all numerologists are working with the same system. Let’s say that you go to two numerologists in Timbuktwo and one in Timbukthree and the other in Timbukthree. Both share the same name and birthdate. Yet you leave with two totally different interpretations of your life path and name energy.

So here’s the thing. There are two kinds of numerology. One is the Pythagorian or the most widely used system, the other is hidden. Yes, I’ll tell you. The the mother of numerology, Chaldea (or Babylon) was birthed around 6000 years ago. This is about three thousand years prior to when the current system was adopted by the general public. Chaldean numerology is the result.

The system is based on the meanings and the vibrations of numbers and letters. Visit:- https://numerologyreader.com/

Contrary to the conventional method it is true that the numerical value of each letter doesn’t follow a specific sequence. This is exemplified through the numbers 9, which was considered sacred by the ancients (consider Jesus=9, Christ=9 and Jesus Christ=18/9). It is withheld from any use with regard to the letter’s value.

(This name assertion is presented from an objective perspective, much in the same manner as I’m telling you that John F. Kennedy was an 8). There are other distinctions between these two types of numerology and it is enough to say Chaldean numerology is more difficult to comprehend but it’s well worthwhile as the results are more precise, precise and meaningful.

This is something I’m sure of: both the energy of numbers and letters could be proven scientifically. All of us started with numbers (two cells joined), and letters (Y and Z and the chromosomes). Therefore the notion that we can transmit our own energies and vibrations onto others is not less absurd than Einstein’s idea of relativity (E=mc2). In fact, it was once believed to know the name of someone was to confer authority over the person. This holds true even in our modern world…we share our names in abundance to everyone who asks and once our name is out there anybody can look it up, a prospect made so much easier thanks to the internet. Once this happens everyone who looks into our names has power over us. I often think of identity theft. So, if we are willing to give the power of our names to anyone at will, why on earth should we not check into that personal power ourselves? This power is ours and is probably the most valuable possession we have however it is rarely recognized until ownership is in doubt. There’s so much more to a name that most people do not realize. Chaldean numerology reveals the truth about your name, and gives you the tools to make use of the power of your name.

This is a quick study that you can try for yourself. Add the month you were born to the date of your birth. For example The day I was born is the 10th of March, therefore my birthpath would be calculated by figuring the month of my birth (03) as well as the date (10) and then adding them up (13). Simply cut the double-digit number that you have come up with (4 for me) and then read the short story, and when you reach your number, look at how it relates to your personal life. Your number will reveal the main path you’re here to follow or discover how you can incorporate it into your own path.

One day, an ancient caveman awakes in the midst of the forest. He’s suffering from a bump on the top of his head and he isn’t sure who he truly is. He is certain that he’s the only one. All by him. The only one (1). He is also thirsty and cold. He isn’t thinking about seeking out assistance because he doesn’t know of any. There is no memory, and, therefore, no point of reference. He is a natural instinct to survive and collects berries to eat along with huge, leafy branches to create a temporary shelter. He is convinced in his head that banging two stones together over a heap of twigs and brush twigs will generate heat. He flounders and hisses over his attempts for a few minutes, but keeps going until he has achieved his objective. He sits on the cozy fire, enjoys more fruit and rubs the stick beside him. It’s a security cover in case he needs to defend himself against unwanted guests. He is confident, secure and at ease and making plans for the next day. He intends to investigate his surroundings, find more food, find the creatures whose eyes are reflections in the flames and maybe even make himself with a coat…but suddenly, his attention is diverted by a new presence that he sees in the darkness beyond his circle of fire and he rises to his feet. He’s not sure how to respond and isn’t prepared for a visit from a stranger.

Beyond the circle is another similar one. He is astonished by the fact that this creature has hair longer than him and that its chest is covered in round globes. In no time, he’s brought this creature out of the darkness to the light and has settled (her) beside him by the fire. He is now not alone. Now there are two (2). In the next few days, they will learn to take care of each other. Each of them nurtures the other and over time, they becomes inseparable. She is especially happy, helping to clean the camp and prepare food that he brings in. She appears to love being near to him; hold him close and kiss him. He is at peace with her presence and appreciates the gentleness of her eyes, her voice and her touch. He is at ease and safe with her there and they share their joy in the dark of night with the oldest dance in history. It’s almost like they’ve both been looking for the other their entire lives.

A few months later they’re shocked and awed when, as if by magic, a miniature replica of themselves pops out from her stomach. They had been contemplating why she was fat !… This is a caveman. The excitement fades once they realise how tiring it is to look after this tiny bundle of joy. The two of them turned three (3) following the birth. Their entire time is spent around their baby who is a miniature version of the mother, who needs to be fed, changed and entertained in an endless loop. The child sleeping is their only source of relief. It seems that it happens at intervals of 20 minutes. This is a completely new experiencefor both of them and their minds always still…there is so much to consider and to do. Both of them are able to afford some the time to be quiet and in silence: to take a break and reflect…this becomes a necessity or they both will be exhausted.

In a short period of time they make a decision on their own, and they begin to clear an area in the woods near a large rock. Utilizing strong branches as spines, they begin to design the hut or home, by using the rock as well as three solid lengths of wood buried deep in foundational holes to form the four (4) corners of the base. They then brace smaller pieces of wood on the base and then cover the entire structure with large leaves, moss and branches. This takes a lot of time and effort, but they are happy with the result, as they had realized the need for a safe, safer place in which to take care of their child, and recognized that it was their responsibility to give. Now the family will become more stable and a regular routine will be established. Each parent is accountable for the family’s essential requirements and is responsible for household the responsibility for household chores.

 

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