Friday, October 16, 2009

The Secrets of Numerology: Your Occult Number


William Shakespeare’s number was 5, signifying that he was clever, fast-moving, and impatient. Shakespeare’s friends, however, called him Will, which corresponds to 4, showing a completely different side to his character – perhaps the side only his good friends knew..Numerologists believe that when this system is applied to an individual’s full name, it reveals the true nature of the personality, the characteristics that influence decisions taken throughout life.


The Secret Power of Numerology – Occult Numbers

Secretly, many people are little superstitious about numbers. Thirteen is unlucky; for some, Friday the 13th is an inauspicious day and there should never be 13 at table. On the other hand, three is a lucky – except that bad luck always comes in threes.

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2 comments:

  1. Hi,

    I created quite a large list of people according to their numerological number.
    You can see the list here:
    http://www.whatwasdone.com/NumerologyDir.php

    I'm afraid that I'm not too familiar with numerology, beside the very computation.
    do you find these list useful?

    Are there other improvements you suggest that I'll add?

    Thanks,
    What Was Done

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  2. Really fantastic your post. I look forward to future posts.

    In common usage, horoscope often refers to an astrologer's interpretation, usually through a system of Sun sign astrology or based on calendar significance of an event, as in Chinese astrology.

    Thanks for sharing,

    Reference:
    uk horoscopes

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