Dr. Manoj Kumar is a Post Graduate in two subjects (History
& Public Administration) and Ph.D. After the completion of his
academic career, he devoted his time and energy to the study
& research of Astrology, Numerology, Palmistry, Vaastu-
Fengshui, Past life Regression & other occult sciences as well
as in deep Sadhana. He completed his Jyotish Alankar (Silver
Medalist) and then Jyotish Acharya from Bharatiya Vidya
Bhawan under the guidance of Shri K.N. Rao, the world's most
renowned Astrologer. Thereafter, he joined the research group
of Shri K.N. Rao and commendably completed his research on
several topics with excellent results.
After excelling himself in Vedic Astrology, he plunged
himself into the mystery of KP. Astrology under the guidance
of renowned KP. Astrologers and scholars to refine his
techniques of predictions as KP. Astrology gives very accurate
results with the exact timing of events.
He did not stop here but continued his mission of studying
& knowing other branches of occult sciences. He studied
Numerology prevalent in different parts of the world taking
into account different parameters e.g. Pythagorean, Chinese,
Chaldean, Sepharial, Kabala, Cheiro etc. He is doing research
for several years on this wonderful science of numbers.
He also studied Palmistry, Vaastu-Fengshui and Past life
Regression and now .teaching all these subjects, authoring
books and providing professional consultancy. He has given
innumerable correct predictions and guided his clients to
combat adverse periods with ease. He has written 20 books so
far on these subjects of occult science.
I Dedicate this book to my parents who left the heavenly
abode on 2nd December 2006. They had always been the
perennial source of inspiration for me and without whose
sings this work was never possible.
By nature, man is curious to know about his unforeseen
future. What is in store for his future? How will be the time for
him in future? Will he ever be able to succeed in the task he has
taken up? Which field should he choose in order to earn a lot of
fame and fortune? These are some queries that always prick the
human conscience. Numerology, since antiquity, had helped
mankind to know the future events before hand. Numerology
is a science of exploring hidden powers of numbers and their
influence on human beings.
Indians see numbers as symbols of certain types of cosmic .
powers. And they link them with spirituality. For example a
is a number that encircles some part of the infinite universe.
The inner part of it is separated from the vast outer space.
This is similar to human body where the soul (Jeevaatma)
resides. A human being always feels that he is separate and
the outer universe is different from him. He confines his soul
with his present body and thinks that he and the body is one
and the same. Thus he has forgotten the truth that he is the
all-pervading God. This is called cosmic delusion (Maaya).
So a represents the cosmic delusion. This means a gives false
impression that whatever is not there, is there. Let us add a
after 1, then that 1 appears as 10. This means 1 is assuming
a different form, because of O. This is same as the super-soul
appearing in different forms because of Maaya.
Numerology is the study of the symbolism of numbers.
It is used to determine a person's personality, strengths and
talents, obstacles, inner needs, emotional reactions and ways of
dealing with others. Whether you use numerology to examine
your life, take advantage of unexplored opportunities, confirm
your talents or simply figure out where to go next, numerology
can be a penetrating tool that helps you understand yourself
and loved ones better. Numerology presents the whole picture,
revealing all the diverse parts of your personality and how they
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come together to create the person you are. With this complete
view, you are able to make the most of your strengths.
Numbers are incredibly powerful tools in general, but
especially for the Vedic system of foretelling important
personality aspects and events in one's life. Numbers are
interpreted according to their correspondences to the planets
and years of observing the effect of numbers on the life of
To be sure, whether you are consulting Vedic name
numerology, or using a Western system of number
interpretation ... the power of numbers is undeniable. Indeed,
science maintains that all of life can be reduced to a series of
ones and zeros, and the entire universe can be deciphered by
means of numerological formulae.
Although the power of numbers, and their potential
to reveal our deeper personality traits is remarkable .. .it's
important to rely on our own discernment, when reading our
own name numerology. In other words, be both a mystic and a
scientist when consulting your name numerology. Recognize
the magic in numbers while at the same time incorporate
common sense in your interpretations.
Everything in the universe vibrates at its own particular
frequency. By finding the vibration rate of any object, you
can establish the qualities and energies associated with it. By
applying the principles of numerology -- and using only a
name and birth date as the basic data -- you can determine
the major frequencies of a person. A numerological analysis of
the calculated frequencies provides significant information on
personality and character.
Each number has a different vibration, and can therefore
give us a better understanding of one's pathway, and the
circumstances which surround our life. It can direct one to the
career best suited to each person, and gives us the opportunity
to be more aware of the talents we have and of the pathways we
choose to utilize them. It also tells us of the compatibility we
have with another, especially who would be most compatible
as a part.ner for you. It tells you how you may best help your
family and friends, due to the numbers which control their
Each number is influenced by a different planet in our Solar
System. Each letter of the alphabet vibrates to a given number,
1 - 9, which is also the span of our life cycles. These numbers
under which we were born, plus the numbers in our names,
are the tools we are given in order that we may accomplish our
mission in life, and enable us to work through all our Karmic
Lessons. The Vibratory Power of each number affects us in
both Positive and Negative ways.
The symbol meanings that surround the nine whole
numbers are the centre of Numerological divination. Numbers
integrate into many other divinity methods, such as the Tarot.
Numbers can represent stages in the unfolding of any process,
and can be keyed to planets, days, colours, qualities, character
types and Tarot images. Numbers are also keyed to letters of the
alphabet, so words and names can be analyzed. Numerology
brings insight, wisdom and the ability to understand ourselves
Every number will have mental and spiritual plane
represented by its top half part and the material worldly
affairs are represented by its remaining bottom part, When we
connect a series of points in a single direction, then it becomes
1. Thus 1 represents single-mindedness in achieving the
objectives, creativity, and starting new ventures. Its pillared
appearance' represents independence and leadership qualities.
2 is round shaped at top. It is a open O. That means there is no
complete Maaya at mental level. There is a scope to receive
and release new ideas and concepts. So 2 represents flexibility
and diplomacy. The bottom of 2 shows a horizontal line that is
attached firmly to ground. This means if these inventive ideas
are properly used, the person can achieve highest success in
material world. Take 3, it is having open rounded ends at its-
top as well as at bottom. This shows continuous receiving and
releasing of new ideas and involving into new developments.
It represents ambition, self-expression and idealism. This
number makes a person to reap material benefits from his
intelligence and spiritualism. Just close the rounded ends
of 3, you will get 8. It represents Maaya at both the levels.
The person is wrapped by complete ignorance of what is
happening outside his perception. He cannot come out of the
clutches of karmic forces. The balanced loops of 8 represents
balanced nature, patience and discipline. Contemplate on 4, it
is looking like a person sitting stable, attached to ground. The
triangle above represents fire that promotes a strong desire for Material benefits. The person will become materialistic. 4 may also represent unconventional behavior. 5 is a quiet different number, with flat head and open rounded bottom.
The word Numerology comes from the Latin word
"Numerus," which means number, and the Greek word
"Logos," which means word, thought, and expression.
Numerology, based upon the sacred science of numbers.
is an advanced offshoot of the melodious rhythm of
the mathematical precision that controls all creation.
It influences every aspect of our life unconsciously or
consciously whether we are aware of this or not. Numerology
is the science and philosophy of numbers (1 to 9) where each
number has its own strength, potential and challenge. The
whole idea behind this is to know the hidden expression
contained in these numbers so as to understand their
relationship and progression in our numerology chart.
This can help us in knowing the difficulties we may have
experienced in the past or under present circumstances and
then working towards doing some inner work in our life for
bringing harmony, peace and joy.
The belief in Numerology is easier to understand when
we put it into a context with realizing how the entire world
revolves around numbers and mathematical equations. The
most familiar form of numbers are natural numbers 0, 1,2,
3, 4 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
The numbers 1 to 9 can be called as unit numbers and the
numbers from 10 onwards (up to 99) can be called as double-
digit numbers which denotes the fusion of two numbers
however these can still be reduced to unit numbers, eg; 24
(2+4=6) is reduced to 6. Then, there are Master Numbers
such as 11,22,33,44 and so on which are never reduced to a
unit number as they carry their own intensified vibration and
potency. Every number expresses its qualities in the form
of strengths and challenges. Therefore, no number is good
or bad, lucky or unlucky and auspicious or inauspicious as
each and every number is equally necessary and important,
and each gives strength to the next one and takes what it
needs from the one before. Numbers have two aspects viz;
exoteric or external and esoteric or inner. In a nut shell,
every number possesses its own unique quality and power.
Our ancient seers believed that numbers symbolize
divinity and however our mathematicians believed that
study of numbers can possibly reveal the principles of
creation and laws of time & space. Numbers can be seen as
fundamental in art, poetry, architecture, music, and so on.
The history of numbers is as old as the recorded history of
man. Numerology was in use in ancient Greece, Rome, Egypt,
China and India and is to be found in the ancient books of
wisdom, such as the Hebrew Kabala. Most commonly used
system for Numerology were developed by the Chaldeans,
the Hindus, the Mayans, the Hebrews (Kabala), the Chinese
(Book of Changes), and the work of Pythagoras, to name a
few. The basic intent behind these systems originally was
to understand the relationship between man and his god.
Pythagoras, the old master philosopher and mathematician,
who lived in the sixth century BC, propounded the theory
that nothing in the universe could exist without numbers.
He established a Mystery School in Italy when he was 52
years old. He was born in Greece and lived between 582
and 507 BC, much of his life spent in study and travel. His
Mystery School taught esoteric knowledge, which included
the secret of number and vibration. The knowledge was
passed down by word of mouth and a few manuscripts. The
academic teaching rested on a foundation of Mathematics,
Music and Astronomy. Much of Pythagoras' background in
Egyptian philosophy and religion was based upon Number
and Kabalistic principle. He postulated that the triangle
was particularly important, as it was the first complete
shape, and constituted a blueprint. Thus form is preceded
by a blueprint, and each stage of this process is measured
through numbers, hence nothing exists without numbers.
The art of Numerology has existed since the ancient
discovery of mathematics. To this day, most cultures attach
special meaning to certain numbers and their position in
a sequence. As we have just seen, the Chinese I Ching
describes the differences between even (earthly) and odd
(heavenly) numbers. Numerology has also been used to
correlate the significance of numbers to an alphabet, giving
each letter a numerical value. A well-known example is
the Hebrew alphabet of twenty-two characters-the same
as the number of trump cards in the Tarot deck. Because
of the applicability of numbers to alphabets, numerologists
are able to use words or names, in addition to numbers, to
reveal divinatory meaning.
There are three major forms of Numerology- Kabbalic,
Chaldean and the Pythagorean. They can be used in any
combination to produce a reading, but whatever system you
prefer..I suggest using it consistently so as not to confuse
yourself. The one you find that you are drawn to is good
Kabbalic Numerology-which is often used to interpret
names-originally derived from Hebrew mysticism, is an
outgrowth of the Hebrew alphabet with its twenty-two
vibrations. Later it was adapted for the Greek alphabet,
then' the Roman alphabet. Thirteenth century Kabbalists
believed that the Old Testament was written in a secret code
inspired by God. They used Numerology as a tool to decipher
this code. It also happens that twenty-two-base Numerology
adds a significant dimension to the interpretation of the
twenty-two Trump cards of the Tarot deck.
Chaldean Numerology has closer ties "to Astrology,
having originated in Mesopotamia, which was also the
birthplace of Western Astrology. It is also related to the
Vedic system of India, as well as the Kabbalah, The basis
of Chaldean Numerology is that each letter has a unique
vibration and is assigned a number from 1 to 8 based on
its energetic quality. The number 9 is kept separate from
the other numbers- except when it appears as a sum
of vibrations-because it is considered the most sacred number. In Chaldean Numerology, single digits reveal the outer nature of person, while double digits describe inner qualities.
The ancient science of numbers has its origin in the
prehistoric times. The ancients, as also the Hindu seers and
searchers of and for Nature's laws, were masters of all studies
relating to significance of numbers beyond the obvious. The
Chaldeans, the Hebrews and the Egyptians are known to have
practiced numerology. The philosophers of ancient Greece
believed that numbers possessed some mysterious power
independent of their arithmetical significance. Thomas Taylor
in his translation of Lamblicus' Life of Pythagoras said: "The
Pythagoreans received from the theology of Orpheus the
principles of intelligible and intellectual numbers; they assigned
them an abundant progression, and extended their dominion."
Hence that proverb was peculiar to the Pythagoreans that all
things are assimilated to numbers.
Numbers are the means employed by us to express definite
quantities. They do not .express anything of quality. Thus, if
we say 2 apples and 2 apples make 4 apples we leave out of
consideration the fact that one or more of them may be bad.
From this we learn that 2~ or any other number, is potentially
good or evil, its quantity being unaffected, i.e., even if one apple
out of the four is moth-eaten, the quantity of 2+2 will remain
4. The seers of yore were intuitively aware of the importance
of numbers and made remarkable study of numbers and their
influence over life and events on the Earth. Such studies were
usually shrouded in secrecy and hence, it was a practice not to
record or write one's observation lest these fall into the hands
of uninitiated who could misuse such knowledge; knowledge
which gave power to the one possessing it.
Occult Significance Assigned to Numbers
The ancient seers, together with the Hindus, the Greeks
and the Hebrews had assigned certain power or occult power
to each number, which is also stated earlier in the introduction
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to the book. According to them the occult significance of any
number is not expressed by the figure or symbol only. Every
number has a certain power which is not expressed by the
figure or symbol employed to denote quantity. This power
rests in an occult connection existing between the relations
of things and the principles in nature of which they are the
expressions. Revelation first took a demonstrable from when
man evolved the numerical sequence 0 1 23456 789, by
whatever symbols it was expressed. For example, number 5
is not merely the figure or symbol of the number 5 denoting
a specified quantity. According to numerologists, number 5
may signify many things. It is, amongst others, symbol of the
planet Mercury. It is also the number of reason, logic, ethics,
travelling, commerce and utility.
Letus also observe some more characteristics or significance
associated with the number 5. Study the numbers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
89. Bringing the first and last of these series together in order
successively, we have -
1 and 9 equals 10
2 and 8 equals 10
3 and 7 equals 10
4 and 6 equals 10
Leaving behind' the characteristic number 5, which
represents the human species with its five avenues of sensation,
its five digits or fingers, its five peduncles or toes, and its five
great races. This number was held in great veneration by the
ancients, and we find that among the Chinese and the Hindus
there is a tendency to count by fives. Thus, the Chinese have
the Wu hing or five useful things, the five precepts of conduct,
five ranks of office, five kinds. of punishment, etc. The five
useful things were clay, wood, metal, fire and water. These
were ruled by five planets .
Saturn ruled the Earth or clay
Jupiter ruled wood
Venus ruled metal
Mars ruled fire
Mercury ruled water
So they called and named the planets thus, Saturn became
the Earth Star, Jupiter the Wood Star, Venus was called the
Metal Star, Mars was known as the Fire Star and Mercury the
Water Star. The five precepts were filial love, loyalty, marital
fidelity, obedience and sincerity; as regulating the relationship
between parents and their children, the rulers and the people,
.husbands and wives, masters and servants, man and friend.
The five kinds of punishment were by fines, the rod the
scourge, banishment and death.
Thus, five may be said to stand for humanity and. human
relations, man standing as it were in the middle ground
of the manifest and unmanifest worlds. And in a measure
cognizing both the material and immaterial worlds by sense
and thought, himself being the embodiment of all, an epitome
of the universe, a veritable microcosm.
The total of the digits 1 to 9 is 45, or nine times 5.
The total of the odd numbers is 25, or five times 5.
The total of the even numbers is 20, or four times 5.
It is a curious set of relations. It is too curious to be ignored.
It must therefore be studied.
During the course of his long career as it professional
palmist, numerologist and astrologer, Cheiro had the privilege
of meeting innumerable celebrities. One. of his clients was
King Edward VII, then Prince of Wales. The prince was born
on 9th November. The Cheiro describes his meeting with the
Prince in his memoirs. He told the Prince that number 9 was
significant in his life. The month of November is called 'The
Second House of Mars' in astrology and is governed by number
9. Therefore, Cht!iro went into great detail in explaining how
number 9 will play a very significant role in Edwards' life.
King Edward's marriage took place in the year 1863, which is,
1+8+6+3=18=1+8=9. He was to be crowned on 27th June which
is, 2+7=9. Though he was actually crowned on 9th August.
Cheiro also predicted his death in his 69th year. Such is the
magic of numbers that King Edward died in his 69th year.
So what we have observed is that ancients identified
numbers with certain forces. And experience of generations
has proved that it is so.
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