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History

Pythagoras and other philosophers of the time believed that because mathematical concepts were more "practical"
(easier to regulate and classify) than physical ones, they had greater actuality. St. Augustine of Hippo (A.D. 354–430),
wrote:"Numbers are the Universal language offered by the deity to humans as confirmation of the truth."
Similar to Pythagoras, he too believed that everything had numerical relationships and it was up to the mind
to seek and investigate the secrets of these relationships or have them revealed by divine grace.

Methods

Simple system

• A=1 - Z=26

Pythagorean system

This method can be referred to as either Western Numerology or Pythagorean Numerology. The Greek Philosopher,
Pythagoras, is known as the father of Western Numerology. Pythagoras began his theory of numbers by discovering
the numerical relationship between numbers and musical notes. He found that the vibrations in stringed instruments
could be mathematically explained. The Pythagorean method uses an individual's name and date of birth.
The name number reveals the individual's outer nature. This is the personality that they present to the outside world.
To start, you need to use the individual's full name as written on their birth certificate.
Then, each letter is assigned to a number one to nine, based on the ancient Pythagorean system.

The numbers are assigned to letters of the Latin alphabet as follows:

• 1 = a, j, s
• 2 = b, k, t
• 3 = c, l, u
• 4 = d, m, v
• 5 = e, n, w
• 6 = f, o, x
• 7 = g, p, y
• 8 = h, q, z
• 9 = i, r

Chaldean system

The Chaldeans were ancient people who ruled Babylonia from 625–539 BC.
Therefore, this system is also known as the Babylonian numerology system.
Chaldean numerology is used to recognize the energy changes that occur when you or someone else speaks or thinks.
The sound of someone speaking comes out in vibrations of different frequencies that affect the speaker and those
around them. The Chaldean system uses the numbers 1-8. The number 9 is not used in the system because it is regarded
as sacred due to its connection to infinity. The Chaldean system uses this 1-8 number system on the name that
the individual is currently using because that is the energy that would currently be projected.
Then, each letter is assigned to a number one to eight, based on the Chaldean numerology chart.

The numbers are assigned to letters of the Latin alphabet as follows:

• 1 = a, q, y, i, j
• 2 = b, r, k
• 3 = g, c, l, s
• 4 = d, m, t
• 5 = e, h, n, x
• 6 = u, v, w
• 7 = o, z
• 8 = f, p