Before you dismiss free numerology predictions as meaningless esoterica, consider this: If mankind had not been interested in the mystical relationship between numbers and human existence, the science of mathematics would never have been discovered.
Free Numerology Predictions
Their fascination with numerology and other forms of numerological divination drove early philosophers like Euclid and Pythagoras to formulate the first mathematical theorems. The 16th century prophet and visionary Nostradamus used numerology to inspire his quatrains, legendary glimpses into the future. Sir Isaac Newton, the famous English physicist and mathematician, was fascinated by the many examples of numerology and numerological predictions in the Bible. Even twentieth century Nobel prize winner Albert Einstein endorsed free numerology predictions in a way when he observed that God doesn’t play dice with the universe – by which Einstein meant that there’s no such thing as a number randomly arrived at.
There are several systems by which numerological predictions can be made. The most common consists of assigning alphabetical letters numerical values and then giving a meaning to those numerical values. A famous example of this is the tradition known as gematria in Jewish mysticism. Phrases that have the same numerological value are thought to bear implicit relationship with one another. The Biblical Number of the Beast is said to have been found to be 666 after the name of the Roman Emperor Nero Caesar was analyzed through gematria. Other numerics that have been equated with alphabets include the Arabic alphabet’s fabled Abjad numerals as well as Armenian and Greek numerals and their respective alphabets. In point of fact, a similar equation is probably behind all free numerology predictions no matter what their language: Even today, middle school girls throughout America compute the numerological value of their names in English to find out who they’re going to marry when they grow up.
How accurate is numerological divination? Lets look at some free numerology predictions made in 2010 by well known numerologists and see how accurate they turned out to be. In numerological terms 2010 was a “3 universal year” meaning that the digits in “2010” add up to 3. A 3 universal year is a year in which all forms of communication are enhanced, a year in which people feel very sociable. Numerologists looking at the profile and description of a 3 universal year predicted the rise of a mass phenomenon that would enhance sociability and enhance opportunities for communication. Were they correct? 2010, of course, saw the rise of the immensely popular social networking site Facebook which is all about enhanced opportunities for communication!
Free Numerology Predictions – Conclusion
The recent economic downturn has made life tough for many people right now. Scientists have found that things like astrology and numerology have a lot of social utility: Reading daily predictions is fun and reminds people that the world is much bigger than simply their problems alone. Whether you look at numerology as a valuable way to gain insight into your place in the universe or you look at it as a game that’s sometimes fun to play, free numerology predictions have a place in your life.