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our Cnaracter and Future Revea in

Numbers

Norman Shine

Numerology

Numerology Your Cnaracter and Future Revealea in

Numbers

Norman Shine

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Co^ INTRODUCTION

^ENTS 6

CHAPTER FOUR

NUMBERS AND BIRTH DATES CHAPTER ONE

NUMBERS Number

Characteristics

Turning Letters into Numbers

Ps\chic 8

10

Fate

Numbers

84 86

Numbers

90

Number Combinations

94

14

CHAPTER FIVE

PREDICTING THE FUTURE

CHAPTER TWO

96

HOW NAME DIAGRAMS WORK

18

Past, Present

General Features of Energv Lines

20

Fate C\'cles

Examples of Lines

22

How the

Energ)' Patterns

34

Fate Cycles

Examples of Patterns

38

Masculine and Feminine Numbers

51

CHAPTER

The

54

NUMEROLOGY AND ASTROLOGY

112

56

Horoscopes

114

Lunar Nodes

120

Horoscope Maps

122

60

Polarities in the Signs

123

62

Horoscopes and Nanie Diagrams

124

Full

House

Small Energy Patterns

CHAPTER THREE

NAMES, NUMBERS AND RELATIONSHIPS First

and Middle Names

and Future

98 99

Fate Cvcle Works in

Famous

Li\es

102 105

SIX

Family Names

66

Name Numbers

67

Borrowing Names

69

POSTSCRIPT

126

The Inner Partner

74

Further Reading

127

Changing Names

77

Index

127

A

79

Acknowledgments

128

President and His First Ladv

NUMEHOlXKiV

Introduction Most

people are interested

in

about theniseKes. This book

is

hearing written

exenone who wants to learn more about their owii lixes. By applving the basic princitor

ples of

wa\)

numerology

\()u,

(in

the simplest possible

the reader, wall gain insight into the

mechanisms behind the difficult\ of accepting xourself as you are, and the antipathies and sympathies that make it possible for you to like or dislike others. You will be able to check your strengths and weaknesses, and to examine the

The

first

step vou have to take

advice of the oracle at Delphi.

to follow^ the

is

The wise v\T)rds know vour-

were: 'Know vourself.' Gettino; to

being able to accept vourself as

self is vital to

you

are.

This in tuni

is

a precondition of being

able to accept others as thev are.

From mv own experience of life I have noticed that 'women who love too much' often and painful relationships

establish frustrating

who

with 'men

love

too

little.'

Althouo:h

numerologv cannot pre\ent people from being

accurac\- of \our self-assessment of character

confronted with their

and

to explain the

them when life hurts and perhaps encourage them to ask themselves whether or not thev

numerologv

deserv^e a better fate. Prayer helps too since

personiilits'.

The

numerologist's task

meaning's of

names and

is

to use

to

God

fates,

describe relationships. Just as astrologers are

the grace of

would be best for them to look for in a husband or wdfe, numerologists are often asked what effects names have in relationships. The answer is easy: any name is as good as another - provid-

durino; the course of the

often asked which sign of the zodiac

ing vou do not \vA\e any expectations.

The

problem with people is that they (you and I) do ha\ e expectations, sometimes extremeh' unrealistic

ones. All expectations are followed b\'

disappointments sooner or

The

best strateg)'

is

to

guard against having

limitless.

can comfort

Sooner or

the law of cause and effect)

the cards

we

we

can improve

hav e in our hand. This can help

companv vv^e keep. You do believe in reincarnation -

us, say, to vv^atch the

not even need to

being able to distinguish between friends and enemies is a useful technique in your having a

good

life.

can plaving with numbers help in

this? Firstlv

numbers

identical qualities throughout the world.

you with the information necessar)^ to avoid these expectations. It gives a clear unambigu-

Anglo-Saxon

ous description of the energv' available in

Orient prefers

given name. At the same time

it

describes

how

exchanged between individuals where the first name, middle name (if any) and the surname are knowTi. Just follow the simple guidance given in this book! With this information you can enter into any relationship you want with your eves wide open, but without any false expectation as to what you might get enertn-

is

out of the relationship.

cultures prefer

all

are universal and possess

too man\- expectations. Numerolog)' provides

an\'

later,

transmigration of

souls (according to the law of reincarnation,

How

later.

is

it

Some

some numbers to others - the the number 3 and the the number 8. Secondly num-

vv^orld likes

bers have constant values everyvv^iere at

all

times. Thirdlv thev are easy to handle, simplv-

because there are onlv nine of them. All compound numbers can be reduced bv siniple addition to one of these nine numbers.

By using the simple and easy-to-leam ni(jues presented in this

book vou can

tech-

start to

interpret your relationship with your inner self.

Having acknowledged the wav vou

are.

XUMEROLOGY

\ou can go on

check the

to

\\a\"

belie\ed yourself to be. If there

is

\ou ha\e

a difference

between this personal self-image and what the numbers tell )ou then consider whether \ou ha\e been guilt) of wishful thinking. Most likely the numbers will rexeal the more accurate description. It could be that you ha\e been attempting to li\e up to somebody else's expeccomplain about \our life, \-ou ha\e been harboring false expectations. You are the onK" one who can make things change tations. If \'Ou

and get to work straight-awa\' b\' tr\ing it out. It can be good fun. Later, \'ou can look at the reading list at the end of the book to extend \ our knowledge of the subject. I have avoided the esoteric aspects of numerologx' intentional-

for those w4io

be made from a name. Names are mirrors, that is all. Maybe \our mirror is a little cloudy. You can clean

to b\'-pass this trap,

vou

will

project these expectations on to others, w^hich will lead to further

disappointment. There

no short

know

is

not

cut.

to see \"our reflection better, or

a new^ mirror.

The new mirror could be

\ou attempt

\'ou will

it,

\ou can get yourself

for the better. If

make the subject accessible wonder whether deductions can

K; preferring to

Get

to

is

example.

It

e\'en'da\" life. K" help. If

know

name was

others

for

hidden resources of a middle name not used

\ourself better and

soon find that getting to

new name,

a

could also be a realization of the in

A new name need not necessari-

awareness of the resources of the old lacking, then there

is

the risk that

awareness of the true resources of the new-

difficult.

For those who about numerolog\'

alread\' this

fusing and disturbing at

know^ something

name

book ma\^ appear confirst.

^\lthough

it

obe\s

It is

ma\' also be deficient.

not a question of quantit\" either:

not necessaril\- help to ha\e

all

\our name. The question

it

does

nine numbers

the basic principles of numerology handed

in

down through the ages, it tackles the subject from a completeK new angle. You are eaniestK" ad\ised not to mix this s\stem with others. Newcomers to numerolog)' will, on the

wdiether \'ou are aw are of and use what \-ou

other hand, find

potential awareness of \our fate.

All

it

easier to accept the system

names which

ha\ e

been

ha\'e.

that

Aw^areness

is

will alwa\s

the ke\' factor.

Remember

name changes can ne\er change \oin- fate: name alw^ays reflect your

the changes in a

illustrated in the

book with name diagram

aii:^\ork

are printed in italic t\pe.

Numbers

in

numerolog\' ha\'e different meanings according to

The 1

The

e\er\da\" mathematical sense; part of a

O Name number number Fate number

G] Psychic

D

how they are

being used.

following conventions apply, in order of appearance in the book:

® Name diagram number;

be

compound number

general numerological characteristics of a

number

NUMEIU)L()(.V

NUMBERS

CHAPTER ONE

Numbers There is ample e\idence to show that the stiid\' of numbers is

thing a

\'en' old lies

indeed.

An

ancient sa\ing states that

e\'e no-

concealed in numbers. Numbers haxe been used as

dawn of human awareness of is the key factor for predicting. The past are bound up in the present. Learning to present is made easier if the principles that

means of prediction

since the

time. Indeed, time

and the future

understand the describe life can be found as objectixeK' as possible. In this chapter the nine numbers will be looked at, in tuni,

see w^iich principles each one embodies. Although numerolog\ is described as being an occult subject, a study of hidden meanings, it is possible to look at numbers practicalK'. You will soon become aware of the mam' associations concerning numbers, which rexeal just as much as thev conceal. It is hoped that }'ou will disco\er that \ou know^ more about numbers than you first thought. to

NUMEROI.OCY

Number Characteristics (for

example night and and so on).

good and bad,

day,

either/or,

This concerns feelings, caring emotions and the conscious mind rather than the intellect. The con-

LeadcrsJiip

mind vacillates between two points: shall I or Whereas the number ® rests in itself, the number @ is never completely still. People with a strong element of ® in their names are rarelv completely at rest, rarely entirely satisfied. Thev are

Personal resources Personal

scious

shan't I?

identiti/

As the number ® is symbolic of the essential being and ego of the individual then the strength of ® in the name indicates the strength of that persons awareness of his or her identit)'. It also identifies leadership qualities. Should the number ® be absent from the name of an individual, then we have a clear indication of the ego plaving a strong role in

world and do their best to protect themselv es - and

that person "s unconscious evaluation of his or her

level of

®

profitably,

to

do

to

number

(D in a

@

difficulties

®

used

enough

number

is

comes always from being able

and are sympathetic and

that

little is

name

certain in this

usuallv involves difficulties in

evaluating self-worth. Clearlv'

present in the name of a person it shovv^s the resources that he or she possesses. A high frequency of the number emphasizes that the individual concerned has these resources, but does not guarantee that he or she is successful or fulfilled. It does not follow automatisatisfaction

feeling

awareness of personal resources. It is not have resources: vou must feel that vou have them. The number (D helps to make people aware of their ovvii resources. The absence of tlie

such people lack awareness of their identities. The number also symbolizes the personal

cally that these resources are

Thev know

- against the uncertainties of life. The presence of the number ® is essential in a name if the number ® is to be activ ated above a low

These show extreme cases of ego problems ranging from super-egoist to maitvT (vv4iich may be the ultimate in egoism). We can only be sure that

When ®

much

others

identitv.

resources of the individual.

capable of protective.

women who

in their

names have

since

is

it

far

lack the

special emotional

from easv

for

them

to

express their emotions in a conscious manner. This springs from the cultural expectation in Western societies that

women

should be aware of their need our collective con-

to express emotions. It belongs to

but

ception of womanliness. Men, on the other hand,

so.

manage for a longer period in their lives without the number (D in their names. If men are overconscious of their feelings and express them too freely, tlien

We

must take note of the way that energ\' flows from or to the number ®, to be able to assess the degree to which personal resources can be used. We must also see how the personal resources of the

they risk being thought of as effeminate.

individual are integrated in the total picture of his

or her energy pattern.

Personal creativity Action Forcefulness

Duality

Initiative

Feelings

Service

Caring Either/or - imbalance

The conscious mind

Symbolically the number (D The mathematical formula

is

'1

the

sum of® and

+ 2 =

3' is also

(D.

the

harmonious result ® of unity's effect on dualitv; or ®'s effect on d). The creative act resolves the conflict of dualitv'. Where ® indicates 'being,' and d) demonstrates 'to be or not to be,' the number (D symbolizes 'doing,' whether this is personal cre-

Whereas the number ® symbolizes unit)', being and identity, the number d) captures the dilemma of Hamlet: 'To be or not to be?' The number ® symbolizes duality: the recognition that whatever in this world there is an opposite.

we can imagine

ativity, action, initiative

10

or senice.

NUMBERS There

is

number ® indicates thinking - as compared to the number (1), w^hich indicates feeling. The operation of this thought process depends on how the number ® relates to the other numbers in the name. Generally we can assume that an overactive number ® results in the intellect tvrannizing and abusing the individual. Too much takes place in the head. The heart becomes staned and the

a sense of completion in the

al\\'ays

number (D wherever it is found. In the major world religions we find God described in three waws. For example

God

God the Father, the Holy Ghost - and in

in Christianit\ there are

the Son and

God

Hinduism there are Brahma the Creator, \'ishnu the Defender and Shi\a the Destrover. Personal creati\it\; then, is symbolized by the number (D, and where a strong and potent number (3) is found in a name, then that person can expect to do rather more than the average individual. W'here this

expression of feelings

ond

we

always relegated into sec-

®

However, where the intellect of cooperates with (D s feelings, the instincts of are allow ed to develop. This inteqDlay is essential if the individual is to cope with the material world as it is. The number is opposed to the theoretical and the abstract. \Miere vou find dominant you cannot expect to find too much fantasy or imagination.

®

number (3) is vvell integrated we find indi\iduals who make their mark on man\' fields of activity, since the number d) svmbolizes acti\it\' itself. \\'here a strong number @ has difficult^' in strong

expressing itself harmoniouslv

is

place.

®

®

can expect to

and destructiveness. male names lacking the

find negative aggressiveness

The opposite is also true: number d) tend to indicate more

introverted behavior in these individuals {see pages 51-3). The dvnamics of action are promoted bv the number d) and inhibited by its absence. Note that the absence of the number d) from a name does not necessariIv mean that the person concerned is incapable of action - rather that the individual lacks conscious avv^areness of his or her actions.

Tlw senses

5

Expansioi} Flexibility

Tolerance Learnins.

number (D we reach the midpoint of the number sequence. It svmbolizes vv^hat it means to be human, the sum of the individual self ® in the

\\ith the Logical thought Practicahtt/

4

material world ®. Instincts

People learn and dev elop expansively and

The concrete

blv through using; their senses.

Material world

The

five

flexi-

senses are

the core of an individual's energv' pattern, found at

name diagram. The pentagon pointupward represents the forces of light, spiritual aspiration and education. The downward pointing

the center of a ing

The number

®

associated svmbolicallv with

is

pentagon represents the forces of darkness, witchcraft and black magic. This is the choice facing people vv4iose names are dominated bv the number

material reality, evervi:hing related to the material

The square

one of the svmbols of the number ® and is the product of the individual s own inner resources ® added to personal creativiuniverse.

tv d).

is

Most jiianufactured products

four-sided,

(for

example windows,

books, tables). Mass production

is

(D:

are square or walls,

much

thev onlv lived once. Strong number (Ds alw-avs exliibit a strong sensualit}', as the good things of life are appreciated more. As the saying goes, 'Eat, drink and be mern, for tomorrow we die.' Eagerness to leani and to increase in spiritual awareness and tolerance are also shown. Sometimes both aspects are indicated

floors,

easier

if

the product has four sides.

We

position ourselves in time (the four seasons

and the four quarters of the moon) and space (the cardinal points of the compass) according to the logical,

®

is associated with the number concrete and practical aspects of the intel-

number ®. Thus,

simultaneously.

The number (D knows how to use space. If (D is missing from a name, such people are unlikely to be aware or conscious of the space that thev use.

lectual process.

A

strong

number

® in a name indicates

to leani that thev are divine creations or to live

as if

that the

These individuals mav use whatever space able and not think of the consequences.

person is practical and uses intellectual energv as an integrated part of his or her energv- pattern. The 11

is

avail-

.

NLNIEHOLOCV Intellectual creativity

Time

Fantasy

Material attachments

Abstract tliinkino

The

Thconi

The bridge

^ is raised to a higher level

The personalK of

Setting limits

Imagination

creatix e consciousness in the

number S.

This

Feelings and

is

(D are applied to the material world S + 4 = 6.' Where the number S is found

mind from '2

so that in a

name we

opposed

sxiubolized bv the

The number % (the winning

The

It

to the practical intellect

chance and luck

triangle

upward pointed fire and air) and the downward (female - earth and water). God

®

has a limited

bers, diat

X

such

is

die

fife

is

not wholl\-

span.

real.

It is onl\-

made of matter The number ® does not is

element

It is this

first six

num-

makes the material world fulK complete.

number

a SMiibol.

It is

that SMiiboHzes die totaLit\ of the

a bridge to the spiritual realm.

The number

2

deals with the fimitations of the

material world: a sense of time, or a lack of time.

People with a dominant number 2 in their names are aware of what the time is: it is usiiall\' late. Those individuals widiout a number 2 feel die\" lia\e aU die time in die world. To master die energies in\

This number SMiibolizes relationships of all kinds - those with a dominant S in their name risk

ohed in the number ® calls for self-discipline, but

the re\\ard

is

oreat: the 2;leaiiing

of wisdom.

\en few people capable of managing number ®. This number It

their relationships to

enough time on

with the

The number 2 should

bow, seven notes in die musical scale, seven da\ s to the week, se\en planets known to die ancient world. se\"en chakras to die bod%". se\en deadl\- sins, se\ en \iitues. and so on. It would be possible to fill man\ books with references to m\tli. legend and e\er\da\" life examples which use the number X as

world of realitx" and the numbers S and 3 (see also paoe 11). The main problem is that the number % is poor at setting limits, so it is not surprising that a dominant number % is also identified with "too much of a good thing." Howexer. a well-integrated number (D gixes clainovance (e\en healing powers) and hio;hl\ penetrating insight. It g;i\es a person empathy, true understanding and lo\ e for others - e\'en though it ma)' onlv be of a human Idnd.

others and not

The number

in close contact

material world. There are se\ en colors of the rain-

indixiduals haxe difficultv in coping with the harsh

much time on

is

of time, wliicli must be added to the

names incorporating a dominant number (D. Thev are usualK crood-looldng and charming too. It is

spending too

and

incorporate die concept of time.

assembh" of hea\enK" characteristics.

surprisins; that with all this fantasw

higliK' creatix e

materially real. E\ ervthing that

Genius and ori2;inalit\" of intellect and abstract thought flourish at this lexel. There will often be an air of unw orldliness surrounding people with

hardK

is

has limited duration

also

Where a dominant number ® is found in a name, we find that all these facets meet in an attractixe

it

pat-

be taken into account because it is the ultimate reminder of the limitations of the material world. This number is the s\inbol of the Greek god of time. Chronos. and reminds us that e\ erxthing that

in the ^^'este^l world).

pointed triangle created the world in six da\ s, so the number sxnibohzes completion and perfection.

name

As the number (D sxinbolizes all tliat is beautiand perfect, what can possibh- follow it? should be remembered that the number % is not

highest aspects of die di\ine.

SL\-pointed star consists of the

(male -

to interpret. \et

closeK related to the material world.

associated with lo\e, health.

throw of dice

number

realm

the most rewarding to integrate into a

%

beaut\-, haniionx; peace, s\iiipath\;

icorlcl

to the spiritual

ful. lo\el\

number S. is

the most difficult

of the material

tern.

see the intellect creatine at an imag-

inatixe level, as

is

limits

is

not suq^rising that

name tempts

their relationship

indixiduals to control time,

are in a

which

is

such people inhibit what tlie\ want to do there is the danger that die\- do not trust themseKes and the\ also ha\ e difficult^" in tiTisting others. Dut\ is a ke\ word in their \ ocabular\ and the number encourages a fine sense of this quality Often this sense of dut\ stifles their urge and need to express \o\e. The number 2 tempts people to bind lo\e with obligations.

to themseKes. In lo\e relationships the\ tend to

wli\-

own lo\e and underrate the lo\e thev receixe. People with a dominant number ® in their name ha\e an excellent overall view of any situation, but the\' can be poor on detail. The\" are interested in how things look, in form and color, rather than howthings work. o\errate their

®

12

NUMBERS In most other spheres of

a

life

number ® is a The number

® dominates in a name diabeing put to a test. Even when it does not appear in a name, the number can dominate the unconscious mind of the indixidual, coaxing him or her toward transformation and the acceptance of fate.

\\'here the

useful tool for getting things finished.

®

to anything,

is

®

(D, for example, is good at getting things started, but not at seeing them through to completion. The absence of a number in a name is eas\- to interpret: the person concerned has difficult^ in

setting limits

number

gram the person

and organizing time

poses problems. Spiritual creativity

Tl}c

9

unconscious mind

Transformation of f lie material Timeless space

Divine love Innate talents

Completion K/irma: rcicard for actions of previous lives

Both/and - balance

Dhanna:

doins.

what has

to

be

dom

Xumber

®

symbolizes the

sum

total

of the

spiri-

and abilities of the indixidual that are compulsi\e. unresoKed from former li\es. Compulsixe thoughts, words and actions stem from the role this number pla\s in

tual creati\it\. innate talents

\\'hereas the

mind and

number

feelings, the

d) stands for the

number

®

conscious

indicates

all

that

unconscious in the indi\idual. The number ® s\mbolizes matter itself: mathematicalK" it is the = 8." This is what gixes the cube of 2, as is

1\-

® its strange and m\"stic nature. There are \ en" few people in Western societies \\ho ha\ e a dominant number ®. The\" are exceptional indi\1duals who know what material realit\' is - transformational, not real for xen" long;. Here we can see cultural differences expressing themseKes through language. Oriental languages and names contain a much stronger element of number ® svTnbolism than is found in those of the Western number

®

remote from ® is ego and self-loxe. the number ® is anti-ego and dixine lo\e. Whereas ® tells \ou w ho )ou are as \ou start in this life, number ® indicates where and who \"ou ha\ e been in a former life. The number ® directs us how to combine these two features of our energ)'

number

® as

is

is

as

possible, \\liereas

pattern.

® in a name diagram howexer, earlx' in the lixes of the people concerned. Such indixiduals feel disThe absence of a number

we

are controlled

makes

b\"

Eastern cultures, often with lower standards of lixing. must control their material needs and be content with fewer products. ^^'e cannot do very much about the number ®.

orientated earh' in

also the number SMiibolizing fate itself, it out of our control. ^\11 we can do is become more aware of it - accept, bow down and leam it is

it.

Mone\", sex and power: these are

all

itself clearh" felt,

life.

Most

usualK' the\" feel

themselxes to be unloxed: it is curious that this should be true exen in the case of children bom to loxing parents. Hoxx'exer. the lack of a number ® in a name is often accompanied bx these people haxing good reasons for feeling lonelx". The\' are frequentlx" unlox ed and xxonder xxhat thex" haxe done to deserxe this state of affairs. Onlx" an examination of the laxv of karma, the laxv of cause and effect, can ffixe comfort to such indixiduals. o where number ® dominates in a name the rex'erse is tiTie. It displax^s compassion, understanding and the highest ideals of selfless loxe. It looks forxxard rather than backxxard. A dominant ® is a reminder that xve are the sum of all our past experiences, including prexious lifetimes, and that the onlx- thing that lasts is to loxe and be loxed in letting go of the past. Xumber @ tunes us in to joy

lies

from

number

S\mbolicall\' the

the

materialistic urges.

As

difficult for

number.

world.

In our Occidental culture

It is extremean atheist to come \ev\ far with this

the energ)' pattern of the indixidual.

2x2x2

areas in

which the dliarma of number ® operates - doing what has to be done. Onl\- those with an urge to see themseKes as more than a bod\' will succeed in getting past this number. The number of transformation and timeless space, ® defies most of us most of the time. All our unconscious urges are bound up here. Dreams are useful wa\ s of getting into the number ®. Nightmares are useful too. although more uncomfortable. If \ou ha\ e not learned to tmst. identified in (Z), the number ® is a \ en uncomfortable experience.

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Turning Letters into Numbers Cliinese and Eg)ptian numerological systems ina\' liave been liigliK- sopliisticated, but thev were not coiniected to alpliabets. The Hindu system is related to the Sanskrit language, but beeause of the high complexit)' of this language it will not be considered here. The numerological system which was used by the ancient Hebrews was based on the Hebrew alphabet sequence: Aleph (A, ®); Beth (B, (D); Gimel (G, (D); Daleth (D, ®) and so on. This system is still used todav b\ cabalists and,

Name Numbers

Earl)-

more

general!); in inteipreting Tarot cards.

Most

systems go no further than this name found by making a sum of the digits for the name to be intei-preted. In the example given here the name number is = 5 + 6 + 9 + 4 + 1 + 5 = 30 = 3 + = = = Mortimer 4 + 6 + 9 + 2 + 9 + 4 + 5 + 9 48 = 4 + 8 = 12 = 1 + 2 = Shine = 1 + 8 + 9 + 5 + 5 = 28 = 2 + 8= 10 = 1

We

still

G is

should be clear that the is C, not G. Using the English alphabet we find the following correspondence between numbers and letters:

given the value of

(D. It

ABCDEFGHI KLMNOPQR U V W X Z

way the

number sequence:

NORMAN MORTIMER SHINE (D (D

®®

(D

®

(D(D(2)(9)® (Dd) ®(8)(D(5)(i)

This

number sequence

gist

the basis

for

already gives a numerolo-

interpreting the

through character analysis of the

name numbers

say

first.

in italic t\pe.

for my name, Norman Mortimer Shine, illustrates how we do this. The numbers are first to be seen as energ\' sources. A circle is drawn around a number each time that a number occurs in the name. This is where a first assessment is made of the strengths and weaknesses of the name. We can see which numbers are dominant, which numbers are subordinate - and also which numbers are absent from the diagram. At this point do not consider w4iat is missing, just concentrate on the energy present. The numbers wdth circles around them are sources of energ\- used

sequence of numbers. For example, m\' full name can be translated

®

parts

name diagram is printed The name diagram

cal value

into the

O

seen as a whole, but is best seen in This book does just that: it explains how to see the mam- parts of the name and describes how we can get these many parts to hang together. Every name illustrated in this book with a

its

letters A, J and S have the numeriof ®, the letters B, K and T have the numerical value of @, and so on. We can now analyze words and names and find out what they mean symbolically according to what thev consist of numerologically. Firstly, the name is turned into a

In this

=

A name may be

J

Y

1

Name Diagrams

®(2)(D®(5)(i)®(8)(D T

Shine = 3 + 3 +

horoscope. In the same way much, but not nearly enough.

third letter of the English alphabet

S

I

According to the interpretation of the sxmbolism of numbers we can give an anahsis based on this name number (see page 67). This is, however, a ver\' superficial wa\' of looking at numerolog)' - and at names. Most people know their astrological sign of the zodiac, but anyone who has ever had a horoscope dra\Mi up for the moment of birth has discovered that the day of birth only gives one factor and that being, say, an Aries is something that is shared with approximately one-twelfth of the human race. There is a vast amount of extra data to be found in a personal

and so on. so that the letter

=

+

Norman Mortimer

®®®

Man\' numerological systems in use today

It is

Norman

should note, however, that the Hebrews used the weekda\', planetaiv and numerological correspondences of the Hindus. However, this only covered (?). the sequence of the numbers ® (D (D P\thagoras was both pragmatic and logical, and developed a numerological system based on the Greek alphabet. Here we can see clear similarities between the Hebrew and the Greek since: Alpha (A, ®); Beta (B, ®); Gamma (G, (D); Delta (D, ®)

employ the Greek alphabet,

modem

mmiber.

consciously to a greater or lesser extent, according to the frequency of the number in the name.

name, say

name number. 14

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The

around a number, the higher the of awareness of the energysvmbolized b\' that number. The fewer circles around a number, the lower the awareness of the energ)' SMiibolized b\- that number. If \ou are not aware of something you cannot control it. If vou circles tliere are

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following nimibers are subordinate:

The following numbers are weak: (D - conscious mind and feelings or emotions, dualitv, and either/or; (§) - unconscious mind and sense of eternity,

transformation of the material, timeless space, botlVand, and dharma. Both these num-

infinity;

lowest order of awareness.

mv name

the

name and

are of the

The numbers (D and ® are not represented in name diagram. They represent areas of energ}'

diagram.

-

-

are third ranking in importance.

bers occur once only in the

are dominant: (D

®

®

NoiTnan Mortimer Shine This example shows the hierarch\' of awareness of the numbers apparent in

numbers

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and ego. These numbers both occur twice and the\

cannot control something, it controls vou. Increased awareness allows greater control. \Mien \"ou make a name diagram of your own name, \'ou will see areas of energx in which \ou can improve \our awareness.

following

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imagination and theon; intellectual creatixitv and - personal resources, being abstract thinking;

level

The

H |

I was unconscious when I was gixen my name. Personal creativity^ d) and setting of hmits are areas that I have to leani to control consciously. It might be added here that the small amounts of (2) and ® are nothing to write home about! The\' are onl)- represented by a single circle around each one. Awareness of the energy in these tyvo num-

of w4iich

tal-

ents (inherited and innate), karma, loxe, spiritual

and (D - senses (expansion and desire to These numbers occur most often in the name (both occur fi\e times) and could be said to dominate the diagram. The following number is important: ® - logical sense of practicalities, instincts and the concrete. This number occurs three times and it is of next importance to the dominant numbers above. creatixit)-;

learn).

bers will take effort will

me

a longer time to develop.

be needed

to

sented by these numbers.

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tame the

Much

energ)' repre-

numerol()(;v

Personal creatin ity Action Forcefulness

Intellectual creati\

Spiritual creatin

ity

ity

DrVTNE LOV^

Imagination

Innate talents

Fantasy

Initiative

Abstract thinking

Service

Theory

Completion Karma: reward for actions of previous lines

The UNCONSCIOUS mind DUALITi^

The senses

Feelings

Expansion

Caring - imbalance The conscious mind

Tolerance Learning

Transformation of THE material Timeless space Both/and - balance Dharma: doing what has to be done

Flexibility'

Either/or

Setting limits

B EINC7

Logical thought

iGO

PR^ACTICALITY'

1

Leai3ERS HIP

Instincts

Persona]L RE sources

The concrete Material world

Person^^lie)ENTIT\'

Key words The word

grid diagram illustrates the key

associations of the

numbers

©

to (D seen in

relation to each other

Energ)' Each of the nine numbers varied

number

Flow name diagram

has a of circles aroimd them, including in a

numbers with more with fewer circles. The direction of energv' is illustrated b\' an arrow. It flows from a dominant number to a subordinate one. Where two or more numbers touch on each none

at

all.

Energ\' flows from

circles to those

Time Material attachments The limits of the material

WORLD

The bridge into the SPIRITUAL WORLD

®

(D, other as nearest neighbors (for example (2) quan(3), and so on), and have the same (D (D, tit)- of circles around them, then the energ\ from these numbers intermingles: it flows both wa\s.

®

This

is

illustrated b\- a

In the

double-headed arrow.

name Xorman

Moiiinicr Sliinc this

is

demonstrated b\ the numbers (D and (D. Both of these numbers ha\e fixe circles, so that inherited talents (D and the urge to expand (D combine and strengthen each other These t\vo numbers, ® and (D, dominate the name diagram - energ\- flows from them to all the other numbers in the diagram as the\ all ha\e fewer circles around them.

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all

the

numbers -

in the

same

way that every horoscope has all the planets present. The variation comes from those energies of which

we

are conscious!)' aware

and from those which we

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should be realized, however, that evei-vone pos-

sesses the energy of

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0-®-® These numbers

describe the world of the

stretching from the limits of the material

spirit,

®

via the transformative powers of the unconscious mind to the spiritually creative awareness of our innate talents ®.

xv'orld

®

are only aware of in our subconscious minds.

Number The

grid of key

Horizontal Lines

Lines

words shows hoNv the ninnbers are

arranged, according to an ancient principle, that of 'the three worlds.' This term also appears in

graphology and

palmistr\'.

The arrangement of numbers

in the figure also

provides three horizontal lines.

®-®-Q) These numbers symbolize the earthbound world of material reality: the individual seen as a physical being ®, equipped with a logical intellect ® and bound by the limitations of matter ®.

®-®-® These numbers

syn\bolize the transforma-

energy of the mind: the conscious mind of the body ®, the sense of the intellect ® and the transformative faculties of the unconscious ®. tive

®Ki)-® These numbers symbolize the forces of physical creativity of bodily functions al creativity

spiritual creativity of the

The numbers on lines of energy,

The

lines

each consisting of three numbers.

There are also four short two numbers.

lines,

,

intellectu-

®

and

unconscious mind ®.

Diagonal Lines

the grid can be arranged in eight

are horizontal, vertical or transverse.

®

related to thought processes

There are two other energy complexes formed from the lines connecting the following numbers:

each consisting of

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connect to give a trans-

verse energy line linking awareness of personal

Vertical Lines

The numbers can be grouped

so that they form

three vertical parallel lines.

SKIHI) These numbers describe the world of the physical body. Here individuals can be seen as physical beings capable of knowing their identity ©, able to feel \\dth the conscious mind @ and to perform actions (D. ®-(5)---® line, the phxsical bod\' line, which is an energy line combining resources, feelings and action - personal creati\it\' associated with the bod\'. Note the isolated number ®, illustrating

PABLO CARLOS SALVADOR CASALS (D®(D(D(D®

LINE

Compare this name with Pablo Picasso {see page 58): the\- ha\e many similarities, in particular the strong, isolated number ®.

Pablo Casals Although Pablo Casals was the composer of much fine music, he will chiefl\' be remembered as the greatest cellist of the t\ventieth centun". The name he was mostly known b\ indicates the performer, rather than the creator. The name diagram of Pablo Casals is totalK" dominated

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THE MATERIAL WORLD

\oluntan- exile from Franco's Spain.

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{see

THE SPIRITUAL LINE

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Pablo Casals's self-discipline and self-control. His

Clark Gable's physical creati\it\. He \\as a man of action and pla)ed these kinds of roles in his films. and are of equal strength and The numbers suggest an inner harmonx" of being and feeling (2). Clark Gable represents the ideal of a masculine man. (Compare this t)pe of hero with another modem actor - Paul Newman, see page 39.) Note also that the name in this diagram is \eiT masculine

®

LINE

THE INTELLECTUAL LINE

H

Clark Gable In this name diao;ram of the film star, the 0-(2H3) line dominates. Most of the energv in this line is

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NUMEROLOGY

The

Intellectual Line

MADONNA This line points to

tlie

awareness

the intelleetual proeess.

ol

lectual resources ot a

It

the indivichial lias

deserihes the intel-

how

person and

that person

and thone;ht, both specificalK and generally. It shows the interaction between the individual's thought processes, applicnl both to the material world and to the creati\e process. Questions of what and how the person thinks - and how important the intellectual process is, in relatix e terms - are all determined bv the strentiths and weaknesses of the intellectual copes with the world

of ideas

lectual

hne.

on this line are the numbers ®, (D and ®. Together these three forces combine to express the individual's awareness of the importance of the intellectual process and describe the wav the person thinks. Where this line dominates we find extreme intellectual types (both theoreticians and logicians). Instincts and intuition are

The three

energy form (S)-®-® tied to an ego ®. The

highly svmbolic associations that are attached to the name 'madonna' (my lady) are now being per-

focal points

Wherever there

such a concentration all in one line in this case) and where all the energy flows to a single number (number here), then we see singlemindedness at work. It should also be added that the number ® symbolizes eros, human love, sexual love, which appears in practice to be what sonalized.

of energv" in a

is

name diagram

(almost

®

also related to this line.

®

Madonna is about. The curious thing is that this is not much more than a personalized idea. It is without any spiritual awareness (ZHIHD at all. Madonna is a good example of lacking a number ® - there is

The energ)' has a positive focus on the logical and practical abilities of the individual. The kev words here are discipline, organization, practicality^ and work. The negative focus is on procrastination and laziness. The individual's ability to move comfortably in the material world and express a convincing sense of material reality and eye for detail comes forward v\'here number ® dominates

a strong risk of feeling unloved.

DONOVAN ®(D(D®®®®

this hne.

(D

The

energv' has a positive focus

on the

role of the

senses in the individual's intellectual process.

Strong sense awareness is manifest where this the line. Key words include freedom, travel, versatility^ and generosity. The

number dominates negative focus

is

on self-indulgence, unpredictabil-

itv;

discontent and irresponsibilitv^

®

The energy has

a

positive

focus

on the

Imagination and

Donovan The name diagram of the folk singer Donovan bears a remarkable resemblance to that

found here. Key words include a sense higher education, intellectual creativitv', insight, balance and genialit)'. The negative focus is on chaos and anarchy, selfrighteousness and obstinacy.

one significant and numbers of the line of intellect (SHEKE) are of ecjual strength. The flow of energy is from the entire line seen as one. aimed at increasing awareness of identity and personal

Madonna

resources. Ah aspects of the inteflect are working together and flowing to the number ®. The diagram symbolizes intellectual single-mindedness.

individual's abilitv^ to think abstractly. Theoretical abilities

are well

developed.

of

insight are

of

Is this

a

name

or a concept?

does not gets the same It

matter since numerologicallv it answer. This name diagram shows a pattern that comes almost entirely from the head; it is an intelreally

Madonna but

has, however,

fortunate difference:

discretion,

24

the

is built in - rather than Madonna's name diagram.

Intellectual creativitv-

gled out, as in

all

sin-

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart The name diagram of Wolfgang Amadi'lis Mozart contains all the numbers from © to (D. The intellect line is not the most important (count the circles), but it is sufficienthdominant to haxe been a highh* significant aspect of liis nature and personality. The precise and intelligent nature of his music can be traced to the intellectual process that \\as an essential part of his nature, particularly if we compare the intellect line dHlHD \x\t\\ the line of the emotions (2y-®,

but also

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the total absence of the hne of spirituaHtv (ZHEKD. This is a diagram of craft: it has unUniited potential for creati\e

and

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of archet\pe possible: the onl\ possible four numbers that can be isolated from each other are the

numbers ®, d), ® and ®. It was also noted that this was the pattern o( Caligula, one of the most bnital figures in the histon- of man: totally merciless, a hammer of God {see page 52). The name diagrams here illustrate one or another isolated number, and note is made of the most

spiritual growth.

JENS JENSEN ®®®® ®(D®®®®

significant aspects of this feature.

Marc Chagall The name diagram number

has a massive, isolated

dominates the

grid.

o{

Marc Chagall

(D wiiich totalK'

This sMubolizes personal cre-

of a ven" high order and great intensity. His paintings are exceptional. This isolated number (D ati\it)'

reflects

Marc Chagall

as

being an isolated figure in

twentieth centun" art both

Jens Jensen is

The

final

example, that o^ Jens Jensen

what ma\' well be called the joker

in the pack. It

could express practicalK am thing. It is purely masculine energy but is so restricted in awareness that

most often reflects a life li\ed in anon\mit\'. There are hundreds and e\ en thousands of people it

in Scandinavia \\dth this pattern. It

see from the

name diagram what

is

not easy to

ject matter

and underlines

nature of his

tlie

aitistic creati\it\".

and

in sub-

extremely personal

He

retained the

same

Apart from die isolated number (D Marc Chagall's name diagram has a comstsle

diroughout his

life.

on the number ®, identity and personal resources) and there is also a complete spiritual line (J)-®-®, where all die num-

plete material w^orld line (centered

major characteristics are. Research into local telephone directories gives a wide range of occupations but \ en rareK^ a high-ranking post, or an unusual occupation. Awareness is low in most areas of these name

bers lia\e equal strength.

diagrams.

Marc

their

st)iisticall\-

gram

is

higlilv SMiibolic

Marc

Chagall's

name

dia-

of his paintings, with figures

dirough the air in tlie same wa\' diat number d) hangs on its own in the name diagram.

fl\ing absurdl\'

the

This diagram illustrates the two major themes of Chagall's work.

The

folk-art aspect

(musi-

and animals) stems from the ©-(4Hz) line (the material world), and the religious aspect (rabbis, biblical scenes - including the cians, acrobats, peddlers

Aichetvpes Patterns which describe accumulation of energ\' in

clumps are called archetypes. In these patterns, part of the energ\' often has nowhere to go consciousK" - .and therefore spreads even^vhere isolated

unconsciousK". \'arious aspects of the archetype

ha\e been illustrated in other parts of this chapter (for example masculine and feminine archetypes, see pages 51-53). A name diagram consisting entirely of

mascuhne numbers (®,

d), (D,

® and (D) A name

always exliibits characteristics of

activity.

consisting exclusivelv of feminine

numbers (@, ®,

(D

and ®) alwa\s shows

characteristics of passixit)-.

Name diagrams with single numbers detached am other number exliibit characteristics of

from

The name diagram oiCassiiis Clay, demonstrates the most extreme form

the archetxpe. (see

page

51),

c\de of the Twehe Tribes) stems from the ®-(|HD line (the spiritual world).

JeiTisalem stained-glass

MARC CHAGALL ®®®@ ®®®®®@@

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of

tlie s\mbohsm of tlie isolated number (Z) is markedK as it emphasizes his self-discipline, stretching of limits and development through

name, felt

many

and periods. Pablo Picasso is the Chagall, the formers personal

stsles

antithesis of creatixlts" is

THE SPIRITUAL

LINE

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Sammy Da\is Jr. The name diagram of Sammy Davis Jr was described earlier {see page 27). Here it is worth noting the archetypal nature of his innate talents - an isolated number (D. The creati\it) exhibited in this name diagram is ver\' rare. It is not surprising that he was one of the highest paid stage artists of all time. His special innate talent was tuned exclusiveK' to the world of material realit\'. His specialt)' was being able to cope with the world as it is: in spite of haxing social and phxsical handicaps he was not distracted from

No one could possibK confuse the Pablo Picasso with that of Marc Chagall. The reason can best he seen in a comparison of their name diagrams. Pablo Picasso^s name diagram bears witness to liis archetspal nature. In tliis Pablo Picasso

work

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Marc

well integrated in his lines of the ph\ s-

bodv (IKIHD and creativity (aHgHD. Whereas Marc Chagall had found his stsie at the age of about 27 \ears and kept it unchanged for the rest

his archet\pal creativity.

ical

of a long lifetime of painting (svinbolic of the extreme personal creati\it\" of an isolated number d)), Pabh^ Picasso spent his long life experimenting with one excitingh' new st)de after another, stretching material possibilities to their limits (as svmbolized by the strict self-discipline of an isolated number ®). Another major difference between the name diagram patterns of Marc Chagall and Pablo

Picasso

is

the

marked

Chagall's intellect

is

material world line

found

in the

contrast in their intellects.

found in the number ® of the whereas Picasso's intellect is

number

SAMMY DAVIS ®®®®® ®®®-(D) and can cope witli the material world. She is also spirituall\ aware (line (ZHIHD). Her difficulties are that she lacks the oxerall \iew of things (she does not haxe a (D). Also her personal feelings, from the conscious mind (D, are not as well developed as her sense of identit)' (D and her ability- to act (D. This results in an aggressive and extrovert nature. is

Bo

1

'Christiansen' This diagram describes

He

relationship to Pia. ^CJiristiansen' than full

energ)- lines:

is

much

he was before.

Bo

in his

better off as

He

(i>^HD, OKIHD,

has

now

Bo

four

(2>-^HD and

(IHIHD. However he has still ver\ little connection with the material world (onlv number ©) Nevertheless, his awareness of his possibilities is enlarged.

Pia

Schemiann

'Toft'

This diagram descibes Pia in

her relationship to Bo. She

is

better off than she was

CHRISTIANSEN z ® dxixi)®®®® ® ® s

Schennann

Bo

'Toft\

it

BO 'CHRISTIANSEN' ®®'9:"®(i)'2)®®®®®®

gives her an additional

stimulates her imagination through his

PIA

'f:®

©

from Bo. As Pia two full energv lines: (EKIKI) and SHIHD. Perhaps the best new feature is the free flow of energv' from ® to (D via a strengthened ®. In her own name diagram number (E is weaker than both ® and ®: tliis alwavs gives a certain aggressiveness She is less aggressive towards Bo than she would odienvise be. even to herself Xow that she has a full house, she is aw are of her creativit)

before as she has got a double

SCHERMANN CHRISTIANSEN

PIA (ZXM)

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NAMES. NUMBERS AND REIATIONSHIFS

Changing Names BIRGITTE SIMONSEN D®®®®®®® ®®®®®®®®

friendships and relationships with others in\ol\e a temporaiy exchange of surnames.

Mail)-

The exchange of energ\- occurs

as long as the relationship lasts in terms of physical, intellectual or

bonds. Being together with another peror thinking about him or her, helps to maintain the relationship and ensure that the spiritual

son

ph\sicall\-,

energv'

exchanged

is felt

why good company

is

to

be one's own. That is and bad company

beneficial

destnictive.

When a woman marries and changes her name she adopts the energ) of her husbands surname as her own, whereas previously she had borrowed it The consequences can be

temporarily.

consider-

because she ma\' haxe to forget the person she was. Time alone can tell if it will last for

Birgitte

able, mainl\-

The following change of name on mar-

d),

example

a

riage,

is

but

tvpical of a

dangerous to generalize too much.

it is

Body Line ®-Q>-®

Physical

a lifetime, or result in a di\orce.

Simonsen

womanlv

her

own

resources

she lacks

number

Intellect

Line ®--®-® This line in the

lacking ad)).

^ | H

name diagram

is

a nexx. complete

pattern, second in impor-

tance to the communication

line.

Number S

is

reduced so that the senses of ® combine xxith feelings d to dexelop axxareness of fate and access to

BIRGITTE SHINE

The conscious mind focused on the unconscious mind ® and

die unconscious ®.

d) is noxx-

gains the

benefits of this in the emotional process.

Line dHD-® The creatixe process is expressed through her axxareness of innate talents ®. She is no longer distracted b\ the intellectual process, due to lacking a ®. This noxv operCreatixitv solelx-

ates at a subconscious lex el xia intuition.

Birgitte Shine

Communication Line 0-(lHD This is still the strongest single element in the name pattern, but it

(mamed name)

dominated solelx bx her axxareness of her ®. These are used to increase her conresources ® xia the senses ®. of personal sciousness is

Physical Body Line (iKlHD This resembles the birth name energ\-, but note that d) has grown in relation to

®

noxx-

innate

tiilents

so the emotional nature increases.

The sense of self-confidence decreases, but she e\ en more aw are of herself as a woman.

is

Effectixeness Line

name

line,

®-®-® This resembles the birth

but the role of the senses

is

reduced.

NAMES, NUMBERS AND REL.\T10NSHIPS

A President and Merely thinking about someone involves us in a

more mature personalit)-, talented and creative in exen wa\" - personalK, intellectualK and spiritualK. The President is without an\' attachments to the material world since the numbers ®, ® and ® are

relationship with that person (even though

the relationship ma\' not be mutual). It is worthwhile anaKzing the name of probabK- the most thought about indixidual in the world, that of the President of the United States of America - the

name diagram o^ Bill Chnton. be hoped that the President remembers his identity from his full name and not only from the shortened form that he calls himself. The name diagram of Bill Clinton approaches the emotionalK' creati\e model pattern without an\- sense of reaht\-. absent from the It is

holder on earth. The current President is Bill Clinton. This is the name b\" which he is most commonK known, but he has been gixen different names at \ arious stages of his Hfe. The changes in his name reflect the changes in his wav of being.

most powerful

office

first

that

is

name by which he was called is the name found on his birth certificate. William

Jcjfcrson Blijtlw.

The name

consists of three parts.

name, supported b\' characterizes what we midit His

first

relationship to himself. life

He

his call

keeps

Jefferson The middle name is alwa\'s a support to the first name. We are not alwa\s aware of this

middle name, his

this

existential

energx

all

do not like their middle William supports his self-identit\' with Jeffersoii's higher awareness of his intellectual creati\it\' ® and gains consciousness of his energ\" since man\' people

his

(although he has rarely been knowni publicK b\

names. In

The famiK" name o{ BJijthe. on the other hand, was kept onl\ until the remarriage of his mother. From this point in liis fife he took on the famiK' name oi^ Clinton, the name of his stepfather these names).

What happens when we

to

William The main source of energ) is personal creati\it\ (3) and innate talents ® in equal measure (both numbers occur twice in the name). These seek grounding in the material w orld of personal resources and identits" ® and practicalit\ ® \ia the senses ®.

The President The

His First Lady

take on a

new name?

this case

communicatixe

abifities

(D-®-®

fine.

It

not necessarily a conscious effort at making new priorities, although when the changes in their lixes is

WILLIAM

change in name are described to them, man\" people freelv admit that their new priorities (reflected s\mbolicall\" in the name change) demonstrate conscious urges that the\" were aware of at the time of the name change. In the case of the President, the change of name to William Jejferson Clinton involves considerable changes in the energ\" pattern of his birth name diagram. He gains an increased awareness of his spiritual creati\-it\ and innate talents (D and begins to feel freer of material attachments (the number that accompanx" a

®

(D([email protected]([email protected]®®

BLYTHE

no longer present in his name diagram). This name change is, howe\er, onl\- a stage on the w a\- to the name he was exentualK to be knoxMi bv throudiout the world - Bill Clinton. The two surnames, Bhjthe and Clinton, are xeiy different. Bhjthe SMiibolizes both emotions and effectixeness and order; Clinton sxinbolizes emotions and creati\it\-. Bhjthe describes the \ounger man, somewhat inhibited but w ell organized and with a welldeveloped sense of dut\^ ®; Chnton describes the is

BKthe Both William and Jefferson are weak on emotional energ\- - the onl\" emotional energ\" is found in the senses ®. Bhjthe gixes a full emotional fine (D-dHD and results in the additional awareness of administrati\e and organizational abilities. 79

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WILLIAM JEFFERSON BLYTHE (D([email protected](D®©®

®®®®(D(D®®® ®@®@®®

WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON ®®@@@®® ®®®®®®®®® ®@®®®®® William Jefferson BKthe The striking feature here is the massive strength found in his Hue of creati\it\' dHlHD. Note that all three creatixe numbers are of equal strength: he is almost too creative to be able to get satisfaction in any specific area.

The

energ\' flows ver\' stronglv to the

number

(Z),

demonstrating an acute sense of responsibility. Clinton The onlv full energv' line is the line of credKlHl)^ which was also the dominant factor of his birth name. In addition we can find emoativit)"

(numbers ® and (D). The number (Z) dropped and contact with the material world is completelv severed. He no longer needs his middle tional energv-

dHlHl). His energ) pattern is now dominated b\' an awareness of his innate talents (D. Emotional tensions are built up, however, as number d) is considerabK' weakened in proportion to (D and ®.

is

name

to satisf\- his creative urges.

William Jefferson Clinton Compared with his name at birth there is no longer a full house. Numbers (Z) and (D are lacking, so he is not distracted bv conscious obligations or forced to be aware of limitations. He can be as creative as he wants to be

Shortening his first name from William to Bill emphasizes his urge to de\elop his awareness of innate talents (an isolated (D) and the urge to create personally (double (3)). Note that the material Bill

so

NAMES, NUMBERS AND RELVnONSHlPS BILL

CLINTON )®®S 1 1

The

First

Lady

The changes in energy patterns seen in the Presidents name diagrams in\oKe the risk that a element (that of creativit)' here) can he so dominant that identity' becomes uncertain. It is not single

suiprising that the President

pla\s the saxo-

still

phone: his music must give him a great deal of satisfaction - perhaps more than politics? Should he lose contact with his identit\ there

is

the risk that

could be a goal in itself Forgetting Willia)ii Jejferson Clinton and becoming Bill Clinton could result in his ending up as the sacrificial king. His wife, on the other hand, has extended her energ\- pattern so that toda\ she has a full house, something that she did not ha\e at creativit)

^^'orld line,

d)-®-®

is

also

remo\ ed from the name

diagram. Bill Clinton This is emotional creati\it\- of a hish order {see page 50). There are no numbers of the material \\orld - ®, or ®.

birth.

®

women change

their names on marpresume that the\- w ant to reorgaenerg\; which can be done bv changing

\Mi\ do

riage? \\ e must

nize their

HILLARY

name or, in the case of the First Ladx; adding the famiK" name of the husband to their own full name. Hillari/ Rodham did just this: she became HiUary Rodham Clinton. B\ adding her husbands name to her own she soKed the problem of her rather cool emotional energ\ pattern. In doing so she acknowledges to herself the need to gain awareness of her inhibited emotional responses (in her birth name she exliibits all the characteristics of a higliK talented and creative intellectual without much access to her emotional energv). their famiK'

(D®(3)(3)®@0

name combining the full dominated bv an awareness of innate talents. There is high awareness of personal resources through a well-developed ego (isolated ®) and very active, strong personal creativitv (isolated @). The name consists of mostlv mascuHne energ\' (four mascuUne numbers to one femiHillaiT This

is

a strong

spiritual line (ZKlHi),

nine).

Rodliam This name contains strong

intellectual

energv through the double ® and single ®. Most of her Rodham talents are intellectual. This is highlv impersonal energv" with a veiy weak phvsical line containing onh" a single ®. It is mostlv feminine energy (three feminine numbers to two mascuhne).

Hillan" in that

HILLARY RODHAM (D®®®®®®

®®®®®® SI

Rodliam This it is

is

an unusual

name diagram

exceptionallv strong creativelv dKlHi),

materially a>^HZ)

and

highly talented (the

name diagram

spiritually is

(ZHIHD. \^eiy

dominated by

xumehol()c;y

(D PERSONAL CREATIVITY

® THEORV AND INTUITION

® SPIRITUAL CREATivrry

® PERSONAL FEELINGS ® PERSONAL RESOURCES

S SENSES AND EXPANSION

I TRANSFORMATION

® LOGIC AND INSTINCTS

®SEniNG LIMITS

1

THE PHYSICAL BODY LINE THE INTELLECTUAL LINE

1

THE SPIRITUAL UNE

|

| |

THE MATERIAL WORLD UNE

THE EMOTIONS LINE

( ^

THE COMMUNICATION UNE THE EFFECTIVENESS LINE

THE CREATIVITYLINE

she has three problems: she does easilv, she thinks too much and she feels too little. The lack of the number (D presents her from comnumicating with herself (due to her defective dHIHl) line) and lacking numbers and (D, she refuses to admit to herself how she feels before it is too late. On the other hand, she is intellectualK talented (has both and (D). Although she will feel little urge to be domesticated, she is so talented that it would take her little time to learn, for example, how to bake thf best cake in the world. She tends to be too effective to

Many women are beginning to retain their maiden names as a middle name when the\" marrv Although the husband cannot use this name, it is

and ® gi\'e organizaand (D she tends to be

are also well balanced, resembling each other in

the luiniber

(D),

not communicate verv

®

is the name bv which she is most people. The creati\e energ\- is emphasized b\' the (iHiHD line. The emotional line is so well balanced and integrated in the diagram

Hillaiy Clinton This

®

be

affectionate.

Numbers

\

en

known

to

that

emotional inhibitions disappear, with the

energ)'

strength.

1\'

Rodham

Clinton Adding her husbands name to her own she gets a full house. She increases her awareness of her creatixe resources (adding

dHlHD

more aw are of her emotional

Her communication

The

spiritual line

line has

ph\sical

0-^>^

no blockage,

flows

downward to the material line: she gets Compare this to the difficulties her

things done.

husband has without an\ contact with the material line. The number ® is missing - she is no longer obsessed with details, logic or practice. She is able to concentrate on the global picture, emphasized b\' number (D. She does not feel such a strong need to be so inteUectual. She tends to use intuition (weakened ®) and instincts (absence of ®). She has matured from being a tough, cool inteflectual to

and becomes which are w^eakened b\' the addition of both number d) and (D. She is not as inhibited as she was prior to marriage. The combination of her own and her husbands names gi\"es her access to a complete range of energ)'. She is now \"er\ d\iiamic. strength to the entire

hue (IHIHD and the

neither does her Une of effectixeness. Energ\' real-

self-controlled emotionally.

Hillan'

all

energ\- flowing without blockages.

d)

tional talent, but lacking (D

available to the wife.

still

line)

controls

a strong

HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON ®®®®®® @®®®@®®

(DdXM)®®®

S2

woman,

able to admit to her feelings.

NAMES. NUMBERS AND RELATIONSHIPS

HILLARY CLINTON ®([email protected](D®CD® ([email protected](D([email protected]®®

WILLIAM JEFFERSON 'RODHAM' ®@@@®®® ®®®®®®®®® @®®®®® Bill 'Rodliam' In the time the\ knew each other before marriage, the President had access to RoclJiaui energ\'. This ga\"e him t\\'o additional feminine numbers, and ®. In this wdx his aw areness of logic and practice and fate through the unconscious mind (D increased considerabK". He also had an increased awareness of personal resources and identit\' ®. A case could be made for him consid-

®

®

It would be aware of the

ering the addiJtion o^RodJiam to his name.

remind him of the need

to

BILLARY'

®®®®®®®

material world.

William Jefferson 'Rodham' This describes the

from ^Rodhom' is onK- available until he marHillary then regains this energ\- as personal propei1:\' to use as a middle name.

energ\' axailable to the President in his relationship to his \\1fe before the\' married.

intellectualK' (SHlHi)

that

he

is

losing his

and

He

creati\-el\-

is

ries.

dHlHD. Note

weakened ph\ sicalK" and emotionally (2)

gets

stimulated

(see Williaiu Jefferson Clinton).

b\

His

'Billaiy'

subconscious mind is, ho\^"e\en stimulated by the addition of the ® replacing the (D. His sense of his fate becomes heightened. The energ\- that he

his name to this who have many overlapping Compare this name diagram to

The media have given

Presidential couple, characteristics.

®

Hillary, {see S3

page

81). It

is

a mirror image.

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84

NUMBERS AND BIRTH DATES

CHAPTER FOUR

Numbers and Birth Dates Numerology

offers a fully developed, mystic system for

describing the personality (psyche) and fate of indi\iduals. Both of these areas can be given numbers, calculated from

the date of birth of an individual.

They help

to create a

more

complete picture of a, person's numerological background. Chapter Four explains how these numbers are derived and what they mean. This chapter also indicates how we can come to terms with our conscious and unconscious minds, learning to live with ourselves (and our fates) for better or for worse, so that we can live our fates consciously and to the full. Predicting the future will be no more than reliving the past consciously and with full awareness that it is our own lives that we are living. Only then can we take an active part in accepting responsibilit)^ for our lives, now and in the future, rather than blaming others for our fate.

85

NUMEH()L(X;V

Psychic Numbers 1 r\ Those bom on

date, time and place are used in astrolog\ prepare horoscopes. Sucli data is also useful tor making numerological predictions and character analysis, especialK on issues in\oKing the con-

Birth

J-

to

\J

hich

mind and free \\ill. Here is an example: August 28. 1954. The birth date (the day of the month) s\inbolizes how the

instils

mind

are less independent

E. Here a

included.

is

a lack of desire to a.ssume

letting others get the

taries,

but

and

honor

all

for being the

means that 10s make perfect secresince the manager max xxell get the honor manx respects the secretarx is the one xxho

same

in

The adds an element of chaos to the independence of such indixiduals. xxho are often distracted bx this element from being leaders but decides.

are resourceful nexertheless.

1 C\ The most important -L L/

desires.

related to the short

lOtli

xxith a

leader. This

person in (question perceixes himself or herself. The psychic number is arri\ ed at b\ calculating the sum of the digits of the da\ of the month on w hich \ou were boni: in the abo\e example the calcula= T-. The psxchic tion is "28 = 2 + 8 = 10 = 1 + number pla\ s an important role when it comes to choice of food, sexual relationships, friendships, marriages and also in relation to needs, ambitions is

people

the

the leadership obligations. Those haxing a 10 psxche do not

\x

scious

The psNche

tlian

and rapidK

1st.

bom on the

is

characteristic of those

that thex

Thex" are easilx distracted from their ambitions

unrealistic goals.

idealistic in

The

aiming

consciousness also

become

at higher,

fact that these indixiduals are

not so conscious of their ego max

max

do not hax e the bom on the

clear ego consciousness as those

and max be verx

recurring cxcle of the calendar month. Tliis in tuni demonstrates the rapidlv changing phases of the Moon, which are reflected in the awareness of the conscious mind. This has to do with personal, ph\ sical feelings. According to our psvchic number, we can see what our conscious minds tell us. As a result, we can do something about it. It is clear that the sum of the digits of 10. 19 and 28 is the same, namelv Hi. The date numbers 11, 20 and 29 also gi\'e the same sum of the digits, nameK" [S, and so on. This does not mean, howex er. that exer\one bom on the 1st, 10th, 19tli and 2Sth has the same psvche. Similarities and differences betw een the \ arious birth dates of the month are described below.

19th

mean

that their

higher in other respects, but it them less effectixe. Thex tend to

is

make

distracted bx" their innate talents

and

thex"

often neglect the resources that are axailable to

them here and noxx". Thex tend to rest on their laurels and do not pax- much attention to their present tasks. Thex- should remember that thex- are Xs and should tn to keep a balance betxxeen talents xxhich can be left to look after themseKes and resources xxhich should be cultix ated and exploited.

^^ number of the most talented O C ^O people haxing the psxchic number ^^^^^ ^^

J_ as

1st

1

People

10th 19th 28th =

bom

on the

1st da\'

numbers (d) and S). xxhich means that behind the strong masculine xalue of the number X there is a strong feminine contrast. The number 28 is also the most difficult to handle, especiallx for xxomen. Those bom on the 28th lack

X

contains txxo feminine

of the month pos-

sess characteristics associated with the sxinbol-

ism of the number

(D. This means that the\" are and possess marked leadership potential. In addition, the\ are actixe and tlieir masculine characteristics predominate. Those bom on the 1st will imariabK draw attention to themseKes one wa\' or the other. The\ behaxe in a clear, unambixalent manner. Thev are excellent candidates for management positions. Thex" are resourceful and hax e a clear sense of their oxxii identitx. Thex are the most flambox ant of those people xxith a psychic

the competitix eness that is characteristic of all xvhose birth date max be reduced to X. This is best illustrated bx' the fact that 1 is to be found in all the

extroxert

number 31. This

is

other numbers that max- be reduced to X. The strong side of those bom on the 28th is their lack of ego consciousness - but this is at the same time a xxeakness. for those haxing D] as their psxchic number are personifications of ego consciousness. Passixeness and an ox eremotional reaction pattern renders the attainment of personal goals difficult. Those bom on the 28th xxill choose clothes that are more discreet than the clothes of other Es.

often expressed through clothes,

bodx language and habits. The ego than the other t\pes of ®.

is

it

more obxious sf-.

NUMBERS AND BIRTH DATES 2nd 11th 20th 29th =

women, even though thev not e\'en have a (D in their name. The competitixe [S is best suited for men in our .societv. Women with the psychic number E] almost alwa\s usually get iurtlier than

ID

may

2 The

pure \2l is sensitive, protective and reserved as the feminine characteristics predominate. Those born on the 2nd are loving and they are treated unfairly they never forgive and forget. Usually, they have a far better memoiy than average. They are loyal and hard

open, but

but have

\\'orkers,

of their

if

ovnii

maintaining a sense identity and so are clearly less egodifficult}^ in

conscious.

n

Those born on the 11th have verv complex characteristics. This number is best compared with 28 since the sum of the digits of this number is E, which is a masculine number consisting of the lowest and highest feminine numbers, d) and (D. For 11 it is the other wav around. The number 11 consists of two ®s (double ego consciousness, masculine) where the sum of the digits is [2], showdng strong female characteristics. People bom on the 11th may be feminine, but usually their

ego

is

stronger than that of others having

number \2\. \\bmen born on the 11th seem more feminine and men more masculine,

the psychic will

perhaps on account of their strong personalitv.

O C\ ^^^^ ^ ^\J

finds expression in an almost

bound-

Those born on the 20th show tremendous human warmth and kindness. Most likely, they will not at all be aware of their own egos as combined with 2 adds an element of less

sensitivity.

chaos to their psyche. Self-control is not the easiest in the world for those born on the 20th, although normally it is easier for women than for men.

need a strong

d)

in

success, to have drive

1

O

This

is

a

their

and

number

name

also

to

attain

to act creati\ely.

depicting an ambivalent

JLiLu t\pe. The date consists of a masculine^ 1 and a feminine 2, and the sum of the digits 1 and 2 is [U. From a person born on the 12th it can be expected that he or she will be a higliK' complex person, wlio is mainly active and extroxert. Distractions caused by emotions and feeUngs prevent an unconditional desire to act. On maturing and gaining self-understanding, those born on the 12th achiexe greater satisfaction than those born on the 3rd, as both halves of the brain are active. Those born on the 12th are capable of experiencing the world in a greater xariet)- of ways than those born on the 3rd.

O ^

1 ^ eiT similar to those bom on the 12th, this JL number is a variation on a theme: more feminine perhaps, but the ego is also there. A balance must be found between plus and minus forces and in this respect the focus is on the more philosophical, introvert, feminine, well-considered

and

creative.

O/^

There is great personal creativitv' in this number. This does not necessarily imply an emphasis on the personal element in that action is strongly influenced by impulses that are uncontrol-

O Vy

Here we have a person with a devil-may-care someone who always ends up in a fight,

lable.

attitude;

QQ ^kJ

+ 9 = 11 = 1 + 1 = [2]', we see a transformation here from an even plus an odd number to a double 1 (odd numbers) to an even number \2\. Those born on the 29th are the most ambivalent of all those having \2\ as their psychic number. These are people in possession of a mix-

ture

As

'2

who

is

not necessarily aw^are of his or her owai drive

and who

kept going by an irresistible desire to is to act for the sake of acting, not necessarily for the sake of achieving a goal. act.

is

The urge

4th 13th 22nd 31st =

H

of sensitivity and idealism, characteristics

often associated with social

work and

ser\ice to

humankind.

3rd 12th 21st 30th =

m

on the 3rd are real men and of action. They need not be the most ambitious, however, as they know what they want and thev reach their goals without using much conscious energv'. The gender of the person in question is highly important. Men born on the 3rd

bom 3 Those women

4 and

People born on the 4th are practical, logical analytical. Their intellect is in control of their feminine and introx'ert psvche. Those born on the 4th may have such well-dexeloped logical abilities that they find it difficult to express feelings and be creative on a personal level - thev may become 'workaholics.' It mav be difficult for those born on the 4th to establish deep, intimate relationships as thev alwax's use up energv' protecting their

own

integrih".

gram helps

A

to balance

strong d) in the this factor.

name

dia-

MMKHOLOCY "I

O

Tilis nuinl)er

J_0 ence

QO ^O

often considered unluck\.

is

hut those horn on

h3th do not experi-

tlie

do how-

dilficulties related to tlieir tate. Tlie\

makes them

and anaKtical. The

The

intellect.

diagram of an indi\idual

OO ^^

This "2

+

being

digits

passi\-e.

if

that

essentialh feminine, introNcrt

and

the

number of Tao is

manage

to

How

greatly

on the name of the person

this

number

O

for those with this

finds expression

number

is

6

as for 13.

Those

depends

in question: the

tol-

and

on the

as a

31st,

dominant

important to them - con-

factor will find

it

eas\" to gi\"e

E

and

is

not as important for him

bom on this

date possess characteris-

recei\ e lo\ e. as the

ego

or her.

"I

C^ Those

bom on the 6th. but on the 15th an aw areness of their own resources and the senses distracts them in their endeaxours at finding balance and hannonv The ego and the senses ma\" be disturbing elements for them in their attempts to reach perfection. The ego makes it difficult for the person in JL