Sunday, December 2, 2012


49)  Numerology

eligions have sacred numbers, mathematicians play with numbers, individuals bet on numbers.  (But 'Holy Rollers', in American English, refers to Pentecostal Christian churchgoers!)  This Financial Planners also interprets the numbers...

            December will offer us the date 12/12/12.  Numerologically, this will be very similar to 12/21/12, except for the slight change in order of the numbers, and of course, the end of the world on the later.

            One's represent the 'male' vibration: individuality, standing alone, leadership, power, and dominance.

            Two's represent the 'female' vibration: partnerships, relationships, intuition, compromise, and working together

            So many ones and so many twos, at first glance, could make for an interesting day.  In addition (pun!), there are the same number of ones and twos.

            However, we must look deeper.

            Speaking of addition, in numerology we use the full date (i.e. 2012), not just 12.  That makes the date 12/12/2012.  (That makes more twos; is this the lesson?)

            Then, we must add the digits, again, and again, until we can reduce them to a single digit:

            1+2 + 1+2 + 2+0+1+2  = 11;

            1 + 1 = 2.

            So, the day adds up to a two: partnerships.

            However, 11 is also a 'Master' number, in its own right, so expect magical things.

            Therefore, along the lines of basic algebra: 'if A = B, and B = C, then A = C', numbers are math, numbers are magic, so math is magic.

            That's why you need a financial planner: to work magic and pair the two: numbers and money.

            Numbers seem inflexible; the laws state that one plus one equals two.  But, sometimes, like birth, one plus one can equal three (or more)!  In addition (pun!), money, a medium of exchange subject to math, has to be used to plan a flexible life.

            Is your life magic?

            Financial Planners are magic, although they can't always work magic; they need your help.

            Who's your financial planner?


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