Meaning of Your Name Using Ancient Chaldean

Everyone is curious about the person we are in reality as well as the reasons behind the things we do and what the future holds for us, specifically with regard to the forthcoming ‘shift’ forecast for 2012 (the final year of a 25 year preparatory cycle begun in 1987), which is probably why visits to astrologers, numerologists, and tarot readings are becoming increasingly popular. Astrologers might disagree about the existence of Pluto, while tarot readers may be unsure if reversed cards can be used to read. But the numerologists don’t use the same system. Let’s say that you go to two numerologists in Timbuktwo and one in Timbukthree and both share the same name and birthdate. Yet you leave with two completely different descriptions of your life path and name energy.

This is the story. There are two types of numerology. One is the Pythagorian which is the most commonly used system, and the second is secret. Yes I will tell you! In the year 6,000 (approximately three thousand years prior to when the present system was popular) The birthplace of numerology was in Chaldea (or Babylon), thus the name Chaldean numerology.

This method combines the meanings and frequencies of numbers and letters. The numerical significance of each letter is non-sequential, unlike the standard method. It is more spiritually based, as is evident through the numbers 9, believed to be sacred in the time of the ancients (consider Jesus=9, Christ=9 , and Jesus Christ=18/9) not being applied to any value of a letter. Visit:-

(This name assertion is presented from a strictly objective viewpoint and is in the same manner as I’m telling you that John F. Kennedy was an 8). There are many distinctions between these two modalities. Let’s just say that Chaldean numerology can be more difficult to grasp as compared to the other, but the results are more precise, precise, and meaningful.

It is a fact I’m sure of that the energy of letters and numbers can be scientifically proven. We all started with numbers (two cells joined), and letters (Y and Z and the chromosomes). So, the idea that we are able to project our own energies and vibrations onto others is not more absurd than Einstein’s theories regarding relativity (E=mc2). It was believed that knowing someone’s name meant you could influence the person. It is still true today. We give out our personal information to anybody who wants to. When our name becomes known, anyone with an internet connection is able to look it up. After this everyone who looks into our names has power over us. I often think of identity theft. If we are willing to give away the name’s power with others, why wouldn’t we look into the power of our own name? The power we have is ours and is likely the most valuable possession we have, even though it is rarely real until ownership is at stake. There’s more to a name than is typically recognized. That is what Chaldean numerology is about: revealing the reality of the power that is in your name, and providing tools with which to utilize the power of your name.

This is a short read that you can do for yourself. Add your birth month to the date of your birth. For example I was born on March 10, so my birthpath would be calculated by figuring the month of my birth (03) and the day (10) and adding them up (13). You can simply reduce the double-digit number you have (4 for me), and then read the following article to find out how your number relates to you. Your number will reveal the basic path you are on, or learn how to incorperate into your path.

One day, a caveman was spotted in the middle of the forest. He’s suffering from a bump on the top of his head, and he doesn’t know who he truly is. He knows that he is the only one. He is the sole one (1). Just (1). He is hungry and cold. He doesn’t think about asking for help, for there’s no one he knows of. There is no memory, and therefore does not have a basis for reference. So, he follows his (natural)instinct to survive and gathers fruits to eat, and massive, leafy trees that are used to create some sort of temporary shelter. He is convinced that rubbing two stones on top of a stack of twigs, brushes and twigs will generate heat. After some time, he struggles and complains about his efforts but eventually reaches the final goal. As he sits before the warm fire and munches on more berries he pats the large stick by his side. a comfort to him in the event that he has to shield himself from unwanted intruders. He’s confident and secure and is planning his plans for the day ahead. He is planning to explore his surroundings, gather more food, track down some of the animals whose eyes are reflected by the light of the fire and perhaps even create coat. But suddenly his attention is drawn to an unknown presence that is beyond the flames. He is unprepared for company and does not know what to do.

Just beyond the circle is another similar one. He is amazed by the fact that this one has longer hair than him and that its chest is covered in round globes. In no time, he’s brought this creature out of the darkness and has settled (her) beside him in front of the fire. He’s not the only one. There are now two (2). In the following days, they will learn to care for each other. Each of them nurtures the other and, over time, become one. She is particularly happy helping to clean the camp and prepare the food that he collects. She loves to be close to him, touch him, and hug him. He is relaxed in her company and relishes the tenderness of her voice, her eyes and her touch. He feels comfortable and at peace with her and they express their mutual joy in the dark of night in the oldest dance of all time. It is almost as though they have each searched for the other their entire life.

They are stunned and amazed when, a couple of months afterward, a miniature of themselves is revealed from her stomach. (They were wondering why she’d gotten so fat !…These are cavemen, remember.) The euphoria soon fades but they begin to realize the gruelling work that is involved in taking care of this little bundle of joy. They both turned three (3) following the birth. Their entire time is spent around the baby, a tiny version of the mother, who needs to be fed, changed and entertained on an endless loop. Sleeping is the child’s only relief. The process seems to occur in increments of 20 minutes. This is a brand first for them both and their minds are always still…there is many things to think about and to do. Both of them learn to give each other time to reflect and rest.

They decide to work together to clear the area in the woods around a massive boulder. They begin building an abode using strong branches for their spines. After bracing smaller pieces of wood against this base, they then cover the entire structure with massive leaves, moss and branches. The process requires a lot of time and effort, however they are happy with the outcome, since they knew that they needed a proper secure and safe environment to raise their child and had recognized that it was their obligation to give. Families is more stable and it’s possible to establish the routine. Each parent is responsible for their duties and chores, and each takes on the responsibility for ensuring that the basic elements of existence are maintained.


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