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This page serves to give a introduction to numerology as taught by Cheiro. We will learn some basics of numerology and find out a bit about who Cheiro was, and then hone in on his teachings in more detail. There is no doubt that numbers hold highly significant value in the world, not only being the basis of our economics and technology, but also the fundamental concept behind reasoning and truth.
Since numbers have real application yet remain abstract at their core, their potential for holding the key to deeper mysteries has long fascinated philosophers. It is this idea that numbers somehow create and influence our reality that serves as the basis for studying their innate qualities — and we call this numerology.
It is well known that ancient civilisations were as intrigued about numbers as we are today, and whilst independent methods for counting were devised, there was some unanimity in considering numbers to have a mystical basis as well. Cheiro numerology, which forms the basis of what we are discussing here, has its roots in the Chaldean culture from thousands of years ago. The number system behind contemporary mathematics originated in India and spread throughout the Middle East and Europe in the medieval period.
The concept of zero 0 came as a different innovation with more practical intention, to denote both nothingness and orders of magnitude, and for this reason is considered aside from the regular numbers in the study of numerology.
Much has been written numfrology numbers above 9 in numerology, and we will certainly study these later, but to be grounded in the initial principles we consider first and foremost. Cheiro was a very well known clairvoyant, fheiro, palm reader and numerologist, flourishing in the late 19th and early 20th century, and whose legacy remains strong to this day.
The press seized on him feeling his work would be easy to discredit, but in the end after much testing they could only concede to the accuracy of his predictions. His ability to foretell the fates of public figures and their families gave him much credibility amongst the rich and wealthy, and even the ruling classes. Cheiro documented his readings of his clients for later scrutiny, and he also encouraged those who sat for him to sign a guest book giving chiero on their side of the experience.
That guest book ended up becoming a roll call of figures pivotal to the world at that time. The chairman of the company that built the Titanic was given a dire warning about his future. Cheiro moved to Hollywood in the last years of his life, where he kept himself very busy, not just as a clairvoyant but also a screen writer. He died in at the age of 69, the time of his death having been self-predicted, according to his widow. Cheiro Numerology is a branch of numerology with strong links to the Chaldean school of numerology.
Many people who are introduced to numerology start off by learning Pythagorean numerology, examining their name and birth date, and so on. Chaldean numerology is a bit different, but shares many of the same principles so somebody who already knows the Pythagorean method will have no problem adapting.
Chaldean numerology stems from very old times and is probably one of the oldest known dheiro methods — the Chaldeans, who it is named after, thrived from the 10th to 6th numerrology BC. Cheiro Numerology picks up on these old numerological principles and applies them to the present day.
Using data relating to the names of people and places, and the numbers associated with them, we can use Cheiro Numerology to add insight to their current situation, and surmise what is going to happen going forwards. The other point people raise is why the associations are different to the Pythagorean system of numerology.
However with the Cheiro system, there is a finer balancing act in terms of getting good answers. The numbers themselves are not just descriptors of character, but also have further reaching correspondences with astrological and elemental forces that need to be taken into account to make an effective reading.
As such, symbolises leadership, and the one that everybody looks up to. This number stands for the forefront of creative capabilities, enduring strength, focus and positivity.
Nothing holds Number 1 back in their quest to rise to the top.
Number 2 — The Moon, white, pearl. Like the sun, stands out from the crowd, but in mastery of the creative planes. Kindness and tact are positive numerologj of this number. However, number 2 people only thrive in positive environments and are too easily scattered.
Number 3 — Jupiter, yellow, sapphire. A large and dominant planet, as reflected in the number 3 personality type. An authority figure and delegator, is disciplined and expects the same of others. Number 4 — Uranus, blue, ruby. Definition of a true individual, if not a maverick. Thinking outside of the box and contrary to popular belief and expectation. However there is enough self awareness there to know what other people think about you.
Number numeorlogy — Mercury, green, emerald. Flows and glides effortlessly just like numegology mercury.
Very strong willed, but just as much open to acting on an acute sense of instinct. Dreams up ideas and has the will to make them happen. But far too easy to wind nuumerology the wrong way. Number 6 — Venus, yellow, diamond. Attraction is the key concept to number 6. Appreciate the finer things in life and highly cultured. Stands for the qualities of love and harmony over all others. Number 7 — Neptune, white, pearl. A healthy independence permeates the number 7.
The freedom to move about numreology travel is craved, and there is a thirst for knowledge about the world. They do not naturally seek out wealth, but still do well for themselves by their originality and application to the task at hand, not least their talent for self expression. Can be a bit far fetched at times, for better or for worse.
Number 8 — Saturn, green, sapphire. Intense, strong and an important outlier. Has a crucial arm in overturning systems and making history.
Proponent of robust philosophy and conduct. However is seldom on the same page as others, and can get isolated, if not reviled. Number 9 — Mars, red, coral. Gains strength through conflict, learns from battles lost, but in the end always strives towards victory.
Likes being in charge, those beneath a number 9 find them temperamental. Cheiro Numerology also uses compound numbers, those made up of more than one digit 10 upwardsin order to describe higher aspects. We will make reference to compound numbers in this analysis, and provide some definitions later on. Next we would be interested in the date of his birth, particularly the number of the day in the month.
If doing this, it is recommended to have a name that matches the Numerolofy number, as this will accentuate the more positive aspects of the number over any negative. An easy way of doing this would be to change his middle name to something that added up to, or reduced to 8.
Such individuals could also do well by taking note of the colours and stones attributed to their desired numbers and incorporating these into their lives, and even their wardrobe. You can take this concept as far as you wish.
Some adherents to Cheiro numerology will prefer to live in places numerologh correspond to their birth number, or only in properties where the registered address reduces to their birth number, and so on, in the quest for balance and positivity. But anybody approaching Cheiro numerology from this angle needs to be mindful that even the most successful people in the world endure hardships and make mistakes.
The compound numbers those above 9 are where we start to see correspondences with higher mystical topics. Many of these are associated with particular tarot cards, for example. Number 10 — The Wheel of Fortune. numerolpgy
This number symbolises vision, and seeing that vision through to the end. Being the wheel, it also refers to the cycle of events, life with its ups and downs, but with the support to make it through. Number 11 — Justice. However this is justice with all its connotations, and highlights to us risk, deceit and dangers that are all around, and how we choose to rise above these.
Number 12 — Sacrifice. Just as it describes, being the fall guy so that others may succeed, due to your own unresolved weaknesses and worries. Number 13 — Transition. The message behind this number is more one of forced change, and advising against abuse of power, and you would do well to take heed of it.
Number 14 — Temperance. Number 15 — The Occult. A reminder firstly that the physical plane is not the be all and end all. Secondly, that good and bad are inseparable, and that there are those who will play dirty tricks for bright reward.
Number 16 — The Tower. Imagine a tall strong numerologu being struck down by lightning, and this tells you what you need to know about this number, a sudden and unexpected fate to what was on the surface a stable situation. Number 17 — The Star. We are examining here the material world overrunning the higher planes. Wars and conflicts are a good example of how we spend our time so fruitlessly battling for purely materialistic reasons.
Number 19 — Enlightenment. Usually indicates assured success, understanding, warmth, courage and positive energies.
Number 20 — Awakening. But think first about why and what your higher self requires. Probably a call to give more structure to your spiritual duties, rather than to pluck up the courage to ask for a job promotion.
Number 21 — The World. The number of fulfillment.