Friday, January 23, 2009

Master Numbers in Numerology

Master Numbers in Numerology

Numbers 11, 22, 33 and 44 are the notable master numbers in numerology. This article briefs on numerology and the master numbers in numerology. Read on to know more.
Master Numbers in Numerology
Today, numerology is associated with divination and occult. Numerology was used by many mathematicians such as Pythagoras. However, most of the modern scientists consider numerology as psuedomathematics. Numerology as a whole is the study of numbers and their meaning. Numerology helps in understanding your personality with the help of the numbers. Before we delve into the master numbers in numerology, you must have an idea what numerology is all about.

In the 600 BC, the Greek philosopher and mathematician, Pythagoras developed his theory of numbers. He developed the Pythagorean conversion table where he assigned values 1 to 9 to each alphabet.

1 = AJS; 2 = BKT; 3 = CLU; 4 = DMV; 5 = ENW; 6 = FOX;

7 = GPY; 8 = HQZ; 9 = IR

Using these values you could find out the name and birth number. Certain characteristics and personality are associated with every numerical value that is derived by summing up the value of your full name. It takes into consideration the sum of the date of birth. Check out this example:

Name given by the parents: Mary Smith.

The corresponding value of the alphabets is given in the Pythagorean table.

Name number: 4+1+9+7+1+4+9+2+8 = 45

Reduce the above value to a single digit by adding them, 4 + 5 = 9.

DOB= 28-04-1968

Birth number: 2+8+0+4+1+9+6+8 = 38; 3 + 8 = 11. This is again reduced to single digit, 1 + 1 = 2. The birth number is also known as life path number.

Each number is given a few personality traits. Take a look at them:

1 - Creative, independent, egoistic and self-centered
2 - Considerate, cooperative and very sensitive
3 - Friendly, superficial, artistic and sociable
4 - Practical, loyal and rigid
5 - Enjoys freedom, travel and is highly adaptable
6 - Responsible, understanding, jealous
7 - Spiritual, wise and suppressive
8 - Management ability and unscrupulous
9 - Romantic, genius, humanitarian

Master Numbers in Numerology

Most of the numbers are reduced to single digits or single vibrant numbers. However, there are four numbers that are known as the master numbers in numerology. The numbers eleven (11), twenty-two (22), thirty-three (33) and forty-four (44) are the four master numbers in numerology.

The four master numbers in numerology are highly vibrant compared to their single digit numbers. These numbers possess strong vibration and emphasis on a greater learning and experiences. According to the numerologists, the master numbers are very challenging and it takes time to integrate these vibrant numbers into one's personality traits. This is one reason why master numbers are known as late bloomers. For instance, the master number 11 when reduced gives you the values 2. Hence, all the characteristics and personality traits (strength and weakness) of number 2 is associated with the master number 11. This number is also known as the psychic number and it represents a highly sensitive and intuitive characteristic trait.

Similarly, the master number 44 is considered to be an important number by the alchemists. It is believed that people who are born under this number has the ability to create magic around themselves and others. These people are visionaries and have a great desire for knowledge regarding the mysteries of life.

Numerology is a vast topic. There are people who practice numerology as part of their special interest. Some practice numerology as a profession and are called as numerologists.

well I just did the math and my #'s are 1, 3, 7, & 8. ( I made a math error, math has never been a strong point. I thought the 6 fit only with the Jealousy)
And when J. my partner and I talked about it, all I could remember was the negative and the artistic. I asked him how I could be an egoist with little to no self esteem. he explained that the selfishness of thinking that the world revolves around me, so we are at Narcissism, which is one of my diagnoses of the personality disorders (they were learned! Thanks once again to my blood family! You bunch of psycho's!) (No anger there at all HUH?) (I'm working on it!)
very interesting considering when you discuss it with someone who know you better than you know yourself. (J. you scare me that you are so in my head, THANKS! you make all of this easier, I don't have to tell you how much I love you, I just do!)

I wish I was a 2 and a 9 (J. is a 9) I have spent all of my life running from my sensitivity. When you can see things that no one else can see, know things that others don't know and such, like I do and was called crazy and tortured for that. I have suppressed it for so long, and that is MY major obstacle in this life, what was so freely available in my other lives and used is blocked in this one. I am afraid of me. *SIGH*

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