Numerology – The Mystical Language of Numbers


Many among us confuse numerology with math. Since ancient times, it has proved a close companion to astrology. Due to his intellectual curiosity, man has always dwelled in the mystical realms of numbers and planets to comprehend their influence on an individual’s life.

The universe operates on numbers, and interpretation of these numbers gives us an insight into our personalities. Each number has special significance and specific characteristics that reveal its nature. Want to know more? Let’s dive in to understand how numbers help us discover our personality traits and purpose in life.

Numerology – An art to decode numbers

Numerology is called the language of numbers. It is an art to decode the influences and implications of numbers on an individual’s life. It is a revelation of karmic imprint and indicates that numbers drive our intuition.

Each number is different from other numbers in numerology. Numbers’ objectivity is an essential tool for quantifying the realities of life. Whatever we feel or speak, numerology relates it to a specific number.

Types of Numerology

Since the Babylonian civilization, man has benefited himself with this mystical language of numbers to solve their problems. Man has used various methods to interpret numbers depending upon different cultural influences. The well-recognized types are:

Kabbalah Numerology

Based on Hebrew alphabets, Kabbalah provides the meaning of the birth name. Due to various alphabets in Hebrew, this type has 22 different variations.

It offers a detailed reading about a man’s future events and life analysis tree based on numerical codifications. The kabbalistic analysis is all about accepting self-realities to transform oneself into a better version and realize one’s life purpose.

Chaldean Numerology

Originated by Babylon people, it is the most ancient type. Chaldean numerology is known for its accuracy and lays out spiritual aspects of an individual’s life.

The single digits in the Chaldean numerological analysis reveal man’s apparent traits, whereas double digits delineate his inner truths. In this numerological type, letters range from one to eight.

Pythagorean Numerology

Also known as Western numerology, Pythagorean numerology is the most practised type. Each number relates to the first nine digits of the mathematical number system based upon Latin alphabets except k (11) and V (22). These two numbers are master number in Pythagorean Numerology.

Pythagorean analysis reveals that each number has positive and negative vibrations that influence our lives’ advantages and losses.

Abracadabra Numerology

The least practiced numerology type due to its complexity, Abracadabra Numerology derives numerical value from a series of pyramids to predict a man’s future.

It propagates an idea of finding a key number at the base of your birth name to comprehend your personality type.

New Kabbalah Numerology

Based on Roman alphabets, the New Kabbalah method reveals our life situations and describes our personality traits.

The Idea behind Numerology

This ancient knowledge operates upon your birth date, month, year, name, place of birth, and ruling planet to tell you about your life. Your birth name and date are as crucial as your planetary rulership and zodiac sign to structure your life.

Several apps assist you in calculating your life path number, soul urge number, expression number, or personality number in the digital era of today. These apps help you perform various calculations to align yourself with your goals in life.

Numerology & Various Number Types

Numerology gives us various number expression to highlight different areas of our lives.

Keep reading ahead to know what these numbers mean for you.

Life Path Number

The most significant number in our lives is the life path number. This number tells you about your greater purpose, character strengths and weaknesses, natural talents, and ambitions based on one’s date of birth.

It is an expression of your life experiences and reasoning for your past, present, and future happenings. The life path numbers range from 1 to 9 and are each unique in their respect.

Soul Urge Number

Soul urge number or heart’s desire number is about your intentions and inner self. It streamlines what you hold in the depths of your heart.

It reveals who you are in light of your deepest desires and passions in life. The soul urge number can be calculated using the numerical value of vowels of your full birth name.

Expression Number

Also known as the destiny number, expression number is the number of natural talents, refined skills, and abilities that make you unique from others.

Destiny number is calculated by changing your full name into numbers using the Pythagorean chart. Calculate your name as a whole without breaking it into first, middle, and last name to reach a single-digit number.

The main factor is if the sum of your name’s numbers reaches 11 or 22, do not reduce these to one number because these two are the master numbers in numerology.

Personality Number

Contrary to the soul urge number, personality number is derived by calculating the numbers of consonants in your full birth name.

It indicates your life aspirations, dreams, and goals. It describes you as a person and how you handle different challenges in life.

Final Thoughts

No one knows what lies ahead in the future. But still, the curious man tries to unfold life patterns, character traits, and actions using various techniques, and numerology is one of the trusted methods.

Numbers are the life codes, and their interpretation is an indicator of your personality, desires, and individuality. Numerology is an expression of your past, present, and future.

It unlocks the doors of wisdom for you to establish a connection with cosmic realms.

Your creation has a purpose. Trust yourself and unleash your potentials. Chase your dreams. Giving up should never be an option. Trust the support of the cosmic realm.

Numbers are a source of spiritual enlightenment, self-awareness, and philosophical balance in life. Understand the messages to manifest your dreams.

This post should be of particular interest to my friends in Australia and those that are interested in the true historical recordings of the past regarding climate changing cycles. The information posted here comes straight from the Actuaries Summit held in Sydney back in 2013, prepared by Brent Walker called The New Grand Minimum. A link will be posted below to the full PDF version, read it.

The Australian Government and the BOM are attributing the recent out of control wildfires to human made climate change, this is a lie that has been alchemised into a popular truth. As we can see below, historical data points to a constantly changing climate and that similar weather patterns which we are seeing today have occurred before industrialised influence. The Co2 narrative exists primarily to further enslave, control and tax as it neatly lays the blame on us. It is an Anti-human policy born from globalist unaccountable minds and destroys the incredible engineering achievements that enabled us to get where we are today.

The climate is cyclic always has been, always will be and will continue to be, long after we are gone. To be fooled into thinking human activity is driving the climate is a shame upon the intelligence of humanity and what has rapidly become the greatest moment of collective willful ignorance the Earth has ever seen, thanks to misinformed repetition and the likes of the mentally abused Greta paraded on the world stage. We have all been duped.

The hijacking of Environmentalism using the force of political will instead of moral led science is preventing viable solutions being implemented, ignoring the nature of reality on its most honest fundamental level and one in which we could all understand is sure to lead us unprepared into another cyclical global extreme weather pattern. It’s all happened before and yet the historical evidence is missing from the popular narrative, why?



The below extract comes from page 32 of The Grand New Minimum PDF

1789 There appears to have been a drought for much of the year through into 1790 as the colony

only grew enough food in two years and three months to provide for themselves for three weeks

(according to Chief Surgeon, John White in a letter to a colleague in England).

1790 Apparently no rain fell between June and December. Then a heat wave started and continued

off and on into February 1791. Temperatures of in excess of 100° F (37.8° C) were regularly reported

this summer and the previous. 109° F (42.8° C) recorded on December 29.

1791 A temperature of 105° F (40.6° C) was reported on February 10 and 11. The following day there

were extensive bushfires from Parramatta to the Blue Mountains.

1792 The colony was still in drought but had managed a wheat crop in farmland near Parramatta.

1793 Drought still recorded in summer and autumn. Winter rains didn’t come until August.

1794/1795 Drought recorded. Sometimes there were months without rain.

1796 A severe hailstorm hit the Hawkesbury area in December. A day later the hailstones on the

ground were measured at 8” long.

1797/98 Drought recorded with heat waves. 107° F (41.7° C) recorded

at Windsor in December 1797

1799 The first of the big floods of the Hawkesbury River occurred. The

table is of Hawkesbury River floods of which records were found. The

river heights are at Windsor and are above the normal water mark.

There was also drought and bushfires in 1799.

-The Grand New Minimum, Brent Walker


The Current PM of Australia is laying blame on fossil fuel use and human activity as the cause of the recent brushfires, his head along with many followers have them firmly stuck up their own arses, choosing to read from a doctored script, disengaging their brains and in favour of deceptions and collusions. Well done.

The extent of disasters of this magnitude are such because we humans have expanded our developed areas over wider landscapes which now fall victim to the destructive forces of mother nature. It is inevitable that more structures and communities face greater damage in the wake of natural disasters as we have expanded greatly in the last 150 years, we think we can build anywhere like those that bought up cheap land on the slopes of Kilauea in Hawaii only to find years later that nature again reclaims her land for herself.

My heart goes out to all those affected by any destructive force, yet to think they are caused by us is a bamboozle that will strip us of our ability to adapt properly to the changes we are seeing today.




The Grand New Minimum, Brent Walker