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The science of numbers can be truly fascinating.
Even if it’s not something that you’ve ever really been into before, you may find that it’s really interesting to read about where it stemmed from.
Because the evolution of this field is fantastic and there are four key moments in history that have made it what it is today.
To start with, we’re going to look at Kabbalah. The Kabbalah specifically uses both numbers and the Hebrew alphabet where the different letters within your name are used to calculate the number of your life.
Pythagoras was a Greek philosopher and known as the father of geometry. He believed that a person’s destiny is linked to their date of birth. Two of his “master numbers” are 11 and 22.
It is said that numerology was used by the Egyptians to build the pyramid. In doing so, there was a lot of importance given to the numbers 3-4-5. These are the numbers that compose the Egyptian triangle.
Finally, we have Babylon. Babylon is said to be the cradle of civilization. But that’s not all, because the origins of numerology can be traced back to Mesopotamia.
And, Babylonians were known to of assigned different numerical values to things like planets and stars, as well as gods and even objects too.
Yet, number 9 was mysteriously never used.
If you’d like to find out more detailed information, just take a look at the infographic below.
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