Enhance your life in new and exciting ways and discover your higher purpose with Base-12 Numerology, a very approachable system designed around the vibration of prime numbers. This remarkable book adapts traditional numerology to the cycles of twelve that are prevalent in nature. Both beginners and established numerologists will find amazing insights from this unique system that's explained in straightforward, non-technical ways. Base-12 Numerology unlocks the full power of numerology, showing you how to master your vibrational life. Michael Smith walks you through your own numerology reading and reveals how your days are full of vibrational potential and growth just waiting to be explored. Providing sample profiles, word meanings, and many clarifying examples and charts, this book makes it easy to put the numbers to work for you.
Where is it written that this Universe operates on a base 10 number system? So what number system best categorizes a Universal View? Base 10 or base 12? It is pretty obvious that it is base 12, at least for those non-linear thinkers who can get their heads out of their Ass-ets, that is. This book is an tool for those Be-ings who are ready to awaken to their multi-dimensional selves and release the strangle hold that the 3 dimensional illusion has on their lives.
Numerology is the belief that numbers have power over events. It is a descendent of number mysticism, the belief the contemplation of numbers can give mystical and non-rational insights into life, the universe, and everything. Twenty-five hundred years ago, Pythagoras originated number mysticism, crediting certain numbers with characteristics, though numerology is a more recent invention that allots numbers, hence, characteristics to individuals. Underwood Dudley outlines here the history of number mysticism and numerology and gives many examples, including biorhythyms, Bible-numberists, pyram.
Here is a collection of essays from AstroAmerica's acclaimed weekly Newsletter, along with an assortment of other essays of interest. Highlights include: The key to using house rulers and dispositors in reading a chart. Numerous tricks to interpret intercepted signs. Reincarnation and the natal chart. Aphorisms, what they are, how they work. The secret to politicians and their charts. The best ways to make money with astrology. A new, unique, history of astrology. How to rectify a chart using character, not math. Why Western astrology is just as good as Vedic. The surprising secret of the ancient Greek Antikythera mechanism: It's an astrological tool.Specially written for this book, a revolutionary new theory of astrology, based on planetary resonance in a defined clock-work mechanism. Discover the Earth's secret third zodiac.Interspersed, slice-of-life, stream-of-consciousness essays. What it's like to live in America in the first years of the 21st century.The author was introduced to astrology in the early 1980's and has studied intensely since the mid-1990's. He previously published AstroAmerica's Daily Ephemeris. This is his first book of essays.
Weird Stuff is an occult conspiracy digest of pop culture, politics, and new technologies in an easy-to-read fully illustrated tabloid magazine format. There has never been a book like it! Explore "High Profile Rituals" on prime-time television. Understand how your children are being programmed to kill with "Princess/Warrior" propaganda. Discover the truth about science fiction and technologies used to control your mind. Weird Stuff goes where only the few dare tread! Where else will you find Aleister Crowley, Walt Disney, Lady Gaga, the Queen, and Barack Obama all in one conspiracy theory?
In The Witch’s Book of Numbers, author Rebecca Scolnick reveals how you too can apply the incredible power of numerology to amplify your magic using only pen, paper, and a simple calculator (no complex mathematics required)! In these pages, you will learn: How to find your Significant Six—the six important numbers that reveal powerful clues to your unique path in this lifetime. How to use the ancient Magic Square technique. How to use the power of numerology to amplify and enhance your spellwork. Whether you’re a beginner witch or have years of experience, The Witch’s Book of Numbers will deftly guide you through the history and relevance of numerology for today’s practitioner, offering exercises, spellwork, correspondences, and activities all designed to help boost your practice and enrich and empower your journey as a witch.
Mark Roberts is a nervous, anxious office worker living a mundane existence in New York City. But when he becomes beset by recurrent nightmares and hallucinations of magical rituals, he tries to learn what is happening to his once-normal life. His search for answers takes him from his home in Manhattan to the long-time family home in Massachusetts, before he learns that his fate is intertwined with a ruined tower in the highlands of Scotland. Along the way, he discovers his own recently developed aptitude for magic is tied directly to a cycle of reincarnation that puts him in the center of a centuries old battle for possession of his restless soul. As he is initiated into the secret world of magic and sorcery, Mark discovers that there is no such thing as simple coincidence and that hidden hands pull at the strings of his life.
Do the secrets of life lie hidden in numbers? Mysteries and Secrets of Numerology investigates the ancient and widespread belief that numbers have unexplained powers to influence our lives, everything we do, and everything around us, so that, as the brilliant scientist and philosopher Sir James Hopwood Jeans wrote, "The Great Architect of the Universe now begins to appear as a pure mathematician." Numerology extends throughout the history of the world – from Pythagoras to the mysteries of ancient Babylonia and India, from Norse runes to Egyptian hieroglyphs and ancient Hebrew Gematria. Names, places, and dates all seem to have mysterious numerological significance. Some are positive and supportive; others appear to be negative and act as warnings. Where does the truth lie? In the face of so much global and historical evidence, and in the light of the power of numbers in nature, science, and technology, the secrets and mysteries of numerology are well worth investigating.
What is the true nature of reality? How does consciousness fit in? Why is love the most powerful force we feel? In this paradigm shifting book you will discover a remarkably simple and profound answer to all these questions and more: everything is consciousness emerging from love. By imagining the simplest conceptual way of creating "something" from "nothing," as cycles of prime numbers in base-12, Michael Smith reveals the elegant vibrational pattern which emerges. Taking the shape of a double-helix probability waveform which manifests as a torus in physical 3D, this base-12 prime vibration seems to be the fundamental creative blueprint of reality itself. The prime vibration not only explains what we see at all scales of nature but also what we don't see: the wave-particle duality of consciousness in action and our eternal spiritual nature. Unifying science and spirituality through the vibrational geometry of numbers, this compelling "Theory of Everything" suggests how love may indeed be at the heart of it all. Most importantly, it shows how we can expand and master love in our personal lives and create a more harmonious world together.
Using numerology to learn more about yourself and your future doesn't require any psychic ability, mathematical skills, or even any special equipment. The information is based on a series of numbers and by following systems that date back to the Greek mathematician and astrologer Pythagoras and the Hebrew Kabbalah, you'll learn the basics of how to use numbers to explain your life. Topics include: Name number Personality number Heart number Destiny number Relationships Short-term forecasts Once you master these simple principles, you'll be able to plan your days, predict your future, and even find the most suitable mate. This is an accessible and user-friendly guide for people interested in divination systems and personality types. “Three is the number of those who do holy work; Two is the number of those who do lover's work; One is the number of those who do perfect evil, or perfect good.”—Clive Barker, Abarat