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Pythagoras and the Master Number 22

Pythagoras and the Master Number 22
Master Number 22

Master Number 22

 

“The universe is based on the fundamental reality that all things are related and within that underlying notion of unity, all things are energy.”

from The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology

22/4 The Master Builder

Numerology teachers write the Master Number 22 as 22/4. 22/4s are also Master Organizers and Master Planners. They carry the double attributes of the 2: team spirit, sensitivity, coöperation and patience. They also absorb the traits of the 4: hard work,  practicality, seriousness, determination, and tenacity.

Creative, natural-born leaders, and workaholics, 22/4s are all about achieving balance in life as well as work.

Famous 22/4s are Colin Powell (U.S. Statesman, U.S. General 1937 – the present), Vince Lombardi (Football Coach 1913 – 1970), Bill Gates (Businessman, Innovator 1955 – the present), Luciano Pavarotti (Tenor 1935 -2007) and Winston Churchill (British Statesman 1874 – 1965).

22/4s turn dreams into reality because they are practical as well as creative and inspirational leaders.

(For a guide to determining your life path number, see The Idiot’s Guide to Numerology by Kay Lagerquist and Lisa Lenard. It’s easy!)

 

Bibliography:

Lagerquist, Kay. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology. Indianapolis, IN: Alpha Books, 1999.

Hay, Louise L. Colors and Numbers, Your Personal Guide to Positive Vibrations in Daily Life. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House, 2010.

Millman, Don. The Life You Were Born to Live. Tiburon, CA: H. J. Kramer/New World Library, 1993.

Vogel, Christopher. The Writer’s Journey; Mythic Structures for Story tellers and Screenwriters. Studio City, CA: M. Wiese Productions 1998.

 

Pythagoras and Numerology

Numerology is the study of the meanings of names and numbers and their relationship to each other and has its roots in  the cultures of ancient Greece, China, Rome and Egypt and the Hebrew Kabbalah.

Pythagoras was a Greek mathematician and mystic from the 6th century B.C.E. He is one of the fathers of numerology and regarded as the father of geometry.

He based his system of names and numbers on his belief that numerical relationships permeate nature. Numbers are a source of form and energy and numbers 1 through 9 represent the nine stages of the cycle of life.

Pythagoras and his followers believed that divine law could be calculated through mathematics.

Pythagoras, however, associated numbers with many ideas not just divine law. For example, he explored musical harmony through mathematics and called his concept “The Music of the Spheres.” Pythagoras believed that everything vibrates to its own special harmony; the higher the vibration, the more (or positive) force it has but the lower the rate of vibration, the less (or negative) force it has.

The Sketchbook Project “is the world’s largest library of artists’ books…”

The sketchbooks also travel North America and even the world via the Mobile Library. For more information, go to https://www.sketchbookproject.com.

                             I participated in the Sketchbook Project in 2012 and 2013. It’s time to take part again.

This year’s theme is Numerology and the visual power of numbers and letters and their relationship to each other.

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Pythagoras and the Master Number 11

Pythagoras and the Master Number 11
Master Number 11

Master Number 11

 

“The universe is based on the fundamental reality that all things are related and within that underlying notion of unity, all things are energy.”

from The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology

 

11/2: Spiritual Messenger

Numerologists write the Master Number 11 as 11/2.  Colors associated with the Master Number 11 are white and silver.

11/2s seek self-illumination through spiritual inspiration and seek to inspire others to do the same. They are natural-born leaders, charismatic, creative, intuitive, inspirational, and visionary.

11/2s have double the attributions of the 1: independence, innovation, determination, courage and the ability to lead. They also share the traits of the 2: sensitivity, coöperation, patience, and team spirit.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (composer 1756 – 1791), Prince Charles (British Royal Family 1948 – the present), Antonio Vivaldi (composer 1678 – 1741), and President William J. Clinton (42nd President of the U.S. 1947 – the present), among others, have an 11/2 Life Path. They are dissimilar personalities with different career paths, but they share common attributes including the ability to lead and inspire others and to achieve fame.

(For a guide to determining your life path number, see The Idiot’s Guide to Numerology by Kay Lagerquist and Lisa Lenard. It’s easy!)

11/2s are true visionaries who serve others by serving in their own field of work.

 

Bibliography:

Lagerquist, Kay. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology. Indianapolis, IN: Alpha Books, 1999.

Hay, Louise L. Colors and Numbers, Your Personal Guide to Positive Vibrations in Daily Life. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House, 2010.

Millman, Don. The Life You Were Born to Live. Tiburon, CA: H. J. Kramer/New World Library, 1993.

Vogel, Christopher. The Writer’s Journey; Mythic Structures for Story tellers and Screenwriters. Studio City, CA: M. Wiese Productions 1998.

 

Pythagoras and Numerology

Numerology is the study of the meanings of names and numbers and their relationship to each other and has its roots in  the cultures of ancient Greece, China, Rome and Egypt and the Hebrew Kabbalah.

Pythagoras was a Greek mathematician and mystic from the 6th century B.C.E. He is one of the fathers of numerology and regarded as the father of geometry.

He based his system of names and numbers on his belief that numerical relationships permeate nature. Numbers are a source of form and energy and numbers 1 through 9 represent the nine stages of the cycle of life.

Pythagoras and his followers believed that divine law could be calculated through mathematics.

Pythagoras, however, associated numbers with many ideas not just divine law. For example, he explored musical harmony through mathematics and called his concept “The Music of the Spheres.” Pythagoras believed that everything vibrates to its own special harmony; the higher the vibration, the more (or positive) force it has but the lower the rate of vibration, the less (or negative) force it has.

 

The Sketchbook Project “is the world’s largest library of artists’ books…”

 The sketchbooks also travel North America and even the world via the Mobile Library. For more information, go to https://www.sketchbookproject.com.

                              I participated in the Sketchbook Project in 2012 and 2013. It’s time to take part again.

This year’s theme is Numerology and the visual power of numbers and letters and their relationship to each other.

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Pythagoras and the Number 9

Pythagoras and the Number 9
The Number 9

The Number 9

The Sketchbook Project “is the world’s largest library of artists’ books…”  The sketchbooks also travel North America and even the world via the Mobile Library. For more information, go to https://www.sketchbookproject.com.

I participated in the Sketchbook Project in 2012 and 2013. It’s time to take part again.  This year’s theme is Numerology and the visual power of numbers and letters and their relationship to each other.

“The universe is based on the fundamental reality that all things are related and within that underlying notion of unity, all things are energy.”

from The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology

The Number 9 is the number of compassion and forgiveness. It is the number of intuition, creativity, transformation and healing.  The lesson for the 9 is to learn to love and forgive itself first.

The Number 9 completes the circle of numbers which begins with the Number 1, infused with the energies of all the other numbers.  The Number 9 is also the sacred number of the pyramids.

The Number 9 represents:

9 Muses

Nine Elected Knights in freemasonry

9 steps in the pyramids

9 months to deliver a full-term baby

Three triangles are the symbol of the number 9. Another symbol is the Scepter and the Orb.

Associated with the Number 9 is the color white and the letters I and R.

For further reading:  

Lagerquist, Kay. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology. Indianapolis, IN: Alpha Books, 1999.

Millman, Don. The Life You Were Born to Live. Tiburon, CA: H. J. Kramer/New World Library, 1993.

Pythagoras and Numerology

Numerology is the study of the meanings of names and numbers and their relationship to each other and has its roots in  the cultures of ancient Greece, China, Rome and Egypt and the Hebrew Kabbalah.

Pythagoras was a Greek mathematician and mystic from the 6th century B.C.E. He is one of the fathers of numerology and regarded as the father of geometry.

He based his system of names and numbers on his belief that numerical relationships permeate nature. Numbers are a source of form and energy and numbers 1 through 9 represent the nine stages of the cycle of life.

Pythagoras and his followers believed that divine law could be calculated through mathematics.

Pythagoras, however, associated numbers with many ideas not just divine law. For example, he explored musical harmony through mathematics and called his concept “The Music of the Spheres.” Pythagoras believed that everything vibrates to its own special harmony; the higher the vibration, the more (or positive) force it has but the lower the rate of vibration, the less (or negative) force it has.

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Pythagoras and the Number 8

Pythagoras and the Number 8
Number 8

Number 8

The Sketchbook Project “is the world’s largest library of artists’ books…”  The sketchbooks also travel North America and even the world via the Mobile Library. For more information, go to https://www.sketchbookproject.com.

I participated in the Sketchbook Project in 2012 and 2013. It’s time to take part again.  This year’s theme is Numerology and the visual power of numbers and letters and their relationship to each other.

“The universe is based on the fundamental reality that all things are related and within that underlying notion of unity, all things are energy.”

from The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology

The Number 8 is the number of leaders and bosses. It is the number of money, power and success. Love of work and the thrill of achieving success motivates the Number 8. Success is not defined by making money selling a product but of reaching a goal that helps all of humankind.

The symbol of the number 8 is the joining of two spheres representing heaven and earth. The two circles also emulate the infinity symbol

Associated with the Number 8 are the colors pink and rose and the letters H, Q and Z.

For further reading:  

Lagerquist, Kay. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology. Indianapolis, IN: Alpha Books, 1999.

Millman, Don. The Life You Were Born to Live. Tiburon, CA: H. J. Kramer/New World Library, 1993.

Pythagoras and Numerology

Numerology is the study of the meanings of names and numbers and their relationship to each other and has its roots in  the cultures of ancient Greece, China, Rome and Egypt and the Hebrew Kabbalah.

Pythagoras was a Greek mathematician and mystic from the 6th century B.C.E. He is one of the fathers of numerology and regarded as the father of geometry.

He based his system of names and numbers on his belief that numerical relationships permeate nature. Numbers are a source of form and energy and numbers 1 through 9 represent the nine stages of the cycle of life.

Pythagoras and his followers believed that divine law could be calculated through mathematics.

Pythagoras, however, associated numbers with many ideas not just divine law. For example, he explored musical harmony through mathematics and called his concept “The Music of the Spheres.” Pythagoras believed that everything vibrates to its own special harmony; the higher the vibration, the more (or positive) force it has but the lower the rate of vibration, the less (or negative) force it has.

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