The Relation Between You Birthdate And Numerology

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       Some couples who have been trying nearly everything to find their lifelong soul mate, are often surprised to find out how valuable birthdate numerology compatibility can be. By using numerology compatibility, a person can use critical components of their birth month, day and year to find out information about themselves and their actual compatibility with another person based on their own numerology.

The History of Numerology Compatibility
The origin of the science of numerology is said to have begun by Greek mathematicians. It is traditionally thought to be associated with a mythical connection between numbers and living things, including the compatibility of people based on their birthdays. Today through professional numerologists or tools available through books or even the internet, ordinary people can get an assessment of their compatibility with a potential mate.

How to Use Numerology for Compatibility
In the case of birthdate compatibility numerology, there are certain numbers that represent specific qualities. The number seven in birthday numerology is thought to have personal quality elements that can be commonly mis-identified. If you identify your potential companion as a 7, you may be the only one to see their shy and withdrawn traits as focus and quiet observation which are very different in nature. Conversely, if you find you are a 7, you may want to be careful about how you can be misinterpreted by others as reserved rather than perceptive.

For people wishing to find their birthday numerology compatibility with a potential soul mate, the most basic assessment begins with finding your personal destiny numbers by adding together all of the birthday digits for you or your potential companion. For example, if you were born on 03/12/1979, your digits add up to 1994. Next, you would add the digits of 1994 to arrive at 23 and after adding those digits you will arrive at 5. For someone that is a potential companion with a birthday of 02/03/1973, the digits add up to 1978, then add up to arrive at 25 and then add up to 7.

A couple with a 5 and 7 combination is considered to be representative of a couple who will miss each other when they are apart. Conversely, a 5 and 9 combination is often thought to be one where those involved are curious but may overlook necessary structured, unspontaneous things such as personal finances and future planning. It is not quite as bad as a 6 and 7 combination where getting along is nearly impossible. A combination of 9 and 9 is considered to be one of the best matches.

What Does it All Mean
Numbers one through nine are the primary range of numbers used with numerology charts. For the most part, you utilize birthday digits to continually add up until you arrive at a single digit. However, if you arrive at certain pivotal numerology numbers in your birthday compatibility numerology assessment, you will find special significance with these numbers. For example, the number 22 is thought to be a number that has special meaning in numerology. In some cases, a 22 that adds to a 4 is considered to be a higher power 4 than say a 1 and 3 which also adds up to a 4.

In birthdate numerology compatibility, a typical quality of a 4 is hard working, traditional and foundation building. A classic 4 is someone who will work hard to make the elements of their life happen, but an elevated 4 will not only make their own life happen, but they will constantly be looking at the bigger picture. A normal 4 will want to get the job done today, an elevated 4 derived from a 22 will want to get the job done today, put measures in place to make it easier for others and create the ability for future jobs to be done faster, better and more efficiently.

Ultimately, birthdate numerology compatibility can help to guide potential soul mates according to long believed ideals. The coincidence of numbers and the combination of qualities represented in these numbers can help to confirm the demise of a relationship or concur with the feelings of a strong relationship with the potential to be lifelong and fulfilling.

Chinese Numerology Science

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       Although the exact origins of numerology are unknown, Chinese numerology is believed to be one of the earliest forms of numerology. It is thought that the origins of Chinese numerology date back nearly 4000 years to the banks of the Yellow River.

       The tale that is told is that the first of the five mythical emperors of China, Wu of Hsai, was working on the banks of the Yellow River trying to find a method to prevent the floods that regularly devastated the communities located along the river. It was during the course of this work that Wu found a tortoise shell, which at the time was considered to be a very good omen.

       This particular tortoise shell, however, was extremely rare, unique and special because it had fascinating markings on it. The shell showed a magic 3x3 square on its back that later became known as the Lo Shu Grid. The Lo Shu Grid was particularly remarkable because every row, column and diagonal on the grid add up to the number 15.

       The number 15 was very significant because it is the number of days between the new moon and the full moon. Additionally, the number 5 was highly respected in ancient China, and was located in the important center square of the grid. The Lo Shu Grid became the basis of Chinese numerology and is still used today in the Far East. The grid took on a different adaptation in the West, and eventually over time Chinese numerology evolved into three different systems that are used today. There is the Western Version of Chinese Numerology, Traditional Chinese Numerology and the Ki system.

       There is very little known about the origins of the Western version of Chinese numerology, although Hettie Templeton is credited with its popularization. Templeton taught classes and gave numerous public lectures and broadcasts throughout Australia during the 1930's and 40's. Her teachings helped Western Chinese Numerology gain the popularity it enjoys today, so most of the current information regarding this form of numerology comes from Australia and New Zealand.

       The Western version of Chinese Numerology is by far the easiest of the three versions of Chinese Numerology to learn, and it is believed by many to be the most accurate. In fact, there are a large number of numerologists in China and Hong Kong who use the Western version rather than the traditional version of Chinese Numerology.

       Chinese numerology uses only the numbers 1-9, and 0 is not included. Western Chinese numerology uses a square made up of 9 boxes - 3 down and 3 across. You can think of this square like a tic-tac-toe square or like a number sign (#) Each box in the square has a number from 1-9 associated with it. The boxes are numbered from 1-9 starting in the lower left square and moving up each column. So, from bottom to top in the first column would be 1,2,3, from bottom to top in the second column would be 4,5,6, and the last column from bottom to top would contain the numbers 7,8 and 9. The numbers from a person's date of birth are then input into these boxes one at a time. So for instance, if someone was born in the year 1966, they would have one 1 in the bottom left box, one 9 in the top right box, and two 6's in the top middle box. Depending upon how many of each number a person has in their grid, you can tell a lot about their strengths and weaknesses, their character traits and more.