Numerology, the study of numbers, has been around for thousands of years, and was used by early Christians. Many ancient cultures also utilized numerology long before the Greeks and Romans learned about it. Greek philosopher and mathematician, Pythagoras, is considered the creator of the Pythagorean system which is the version of numerology we use today.
Numerologists calculate various numbers based on a person's birthday, full name at birth, and current name. The process involves adding numbers in a certain way according to specific rules, and then breaking down those numbers into either a single-digit number or Master number. The Master numbers are 11 and 22, and they carry much higher energy than the single-digit numbers. In numerology every number contains energy, and each number has its own characteristics that describe a person, expose challenges, and show how people can grow in all areas of life. Every letter of the alphabet was assigned a single-digit number which is how numerologists are able to calculate the numerical energy contained within names.
If you do not know anything about numerology, think of how astrology uses the zodiac signs to describe traits for each sign. Numerology is more accurate than astrology because it is more detailed and customized for each individual. Since each number has a specific meaning, a positive side, and a negative side, knowing your numbers can assist you in becoming more balanced and grow as a person. When people discover their core numbers, which are the most important numbers in numerology, it helps them become aware of the energies present in their life.
Numerology is also very beneficial for helping people choose the best wedding date, find the right business partner, help children grow up easier by discovering their main challenges, choose the best name for a baby, discover how well you are matched with a partner/friend/neighbor, discover the best day to host a party, find the best address for you when moving, and much more.