What is Numerology?
Webster defines vibration as the to and fro motion of an object when displaced from the resting position, as in transmitting
sound, as well as the emotional qualities or supernatural emanations that are felt by another. That same source defines numerology
as the study of the occult (hidden) significance of numbers and letters. In analyzing one's name and date of birth, numerology
is a tool to help us understand the Eternal OM and our place in it.
Numerology has been attacked for going against the laws and teachings of God. In fact, just the reverse is
true. The Bible, the Talmud, the Koran, even the Egyptian Book of the Dead, have alluded to numbers in ways that require interpretation
by people of wisdom.
Edgar Cayce, the Sleeping Prophet of Virginia Beach, was able to read the Akashic Records. It is said that
every sound, thought and vibration since the beginning of time is registered on these records, including the first sound vibration
which called forth manifestation. Cayce in his readings brought out information on past lives that was useful in present incarnations,
helping people regain health and conduct their lives in more constructive patterns. Cayce confirmed the validity of astrology,
pointing out. however, that in many instances, astrology does not account for past life experiences that bear significantly
on the present. Numerology, on the other hand, goes directly to past lives and the soul's place in evolution.
When asked about the validity and significance of numerology, Cayce had this to say:Each entity, each soul
is known in all the experience through its activities - as a name to designate it from another. It is not only then a material
convenience but it implies ... a definite period in evolution of the experience of the entity in the material plane.
As related to individuals these each vibrate to certain numbers according to their name, their birth date
... then when these appear, they become either as strengths or as losses or as helps or as change ... but ... they are rather
as the signs, or the omens; and may be given as warnings ... in any manner that they may be constructive in the experience
of the individual