Pythagoras Reveals the Wonder of Numbers
Pythagoras founded his own university at Crotona, a Greek colony in southern Italy, around 532 B.C. Admission was open to all who sincerely sought to learn. These was no distinction between sex, race, colour or creed. However, every person who entered had to make a commitment to intense study.
The Major course taught was in self-development, and was provided in a three-part curriculum.
The Primary component was known as ” Preparation.” It consisted of intensive training in the “ten mathematical disciplines” , designed to provide the student with “empire over the self”.
The Second trimester was called “Purification”. Its essence was the understanding of life, its purpose and how to work in harmony with that purpose, as taught through the “Science of Numbers”, more commonly known today as Numerology.
In the Final trimester, students were taught the concept of “Perfection”. Perfection embraced the integration of the physical, mental and spiritual components of each person and of life.
Common Uses of Numerology
Numerology can be used for many things. Here in Numerology Global we are constantly seek for applications:
- Greater awareness and self-understanding
- Improving relationships through a better understanding of others
- Forecasting the future
- Planning major life events
- Predicting cycles and patterns
- Choosing a suitable career
- Evaluating relationship compatibility
- Choosing a name for business, baby, pets etc.
- Evaluating the energy of an address, property or home
- Deciphering the meaning of recurring numbers
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The power of numbers and the power of those who understood more about numbers than most of their contemporaries, seemed close to magical.
“Know thyself, then thou shalt know the universe and God”
Pythagoras, The Father of Mathematics