The significance of numbers, Numerology

Pythagoras, Chaldean, Hindu and Hebrew system of numbers

The  Greek  philosopher, Pythagoras, established a school of occult
philosophy  where  he  taught  knowledge of occult value of numbers
From  this  the  most  involved  and  complicated  system of occult
philosophy became launched

Although numerology has been with us for thousands of years its exact origins remains a mystery. The early Egyptions, Babylonians and other ancient civilizations all recognized the power of numbers. Numerology has also been used as a method of divination. Numerology is based on energy vibrations that link together time, space, living and non-living matter. With a fact of our birth we get numbers which set the pathway for that life and the lessons we were given to learn. This doctrine is similar with the astrology . As in astrological star signs people with certain numbers attract and also repel people with certain numbers. These numbers help us to determine our personality, career choices, interests, love, friendship, highs and lows, good and bad luck and many other challenges we face during our life. Whatever the numbers of your birth are all you have to do is to follow our recommendations and you will be able to tell your fortune with the help of our site.

The seven heavens,  The seven thrones,  The seven seals, The seven 
churches,  The seventh day,   The seven Devas of the Hindus,   The 
seven Amschaspads  of  Persian faith,   The  seven  Angels  of the 
Chaldeans,   The  seven Sephiroth of the Hebrew Cabala,  The seven 
Archangels of Revelation