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Vitomathematics is the science which philosophically explores numeric code of a person or a company on the ground of basic data, such as date of birth, surname, first name and patronymic converted into figures, creation date and company name, followed by the psychological profiling, creation of individual Cosmograms, Mandalas, and music.
One of the ancient knowledge underlying Vitomathematics is Numerology. It allows to count psychological profile of a person with the help of numbers, to understand its strengths and weaknesses, to help him or her to use the first and minimize the impact of the second.
Numerology is an ancient esoteric science of numbers. It is often referred to as magic of numbers, in fact, this science is much closer to astrology than to magic. The following principle is fundamental for Numerology: all the multi-digit numbers can be reduced to a single grade (prime numbers from 1 to 9), which correspond to some certain occult characteristics possessing influence on human life. That is, each single digit establishes certain properties, concepts and images. Since letters of alphabet can be expressed as figures via its serial number, any words or names are subjected to the same numerical operations, as the numbers.
Numerology is more exact science than astrology, there is no ambiguity, but only specific data shown in figures and graphs.
Numerology, like astrology, helps to determine person’s nature, natural talents, strengths and weaknesses, predict the future, discover the most suitable time for decision-making and action. By means of Numerology, you can select partners in business or marriage.
It’s hard to say when exactly Numerology appeared, because in ancient times (in Babylon, India, Egypt, Greece and Rome) such separate science just didn’t exist: another form was more widespread arithmomancy (a prediction on numbers).
The fundamental principles of the current version of the Western Numerology were developed in the 6th century BC by Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras, who combined mathematical systems of the Arabs, the Druids, the Phoenicians and Egyptians with the humanity sciences. Pythagoras traveled a lot around Egypt, Chaldea, and other countries; upon his return, he founded special philosophical society in southern Italy. Sciences, particularly arithmetics, geometry and astronomy, were studied in this society, the Pythagorean school, and the most important discoveries were made. Pythagoras discovered that the four musical intervals known at that time could be expressed in proportion between numbers 1 to 4. Then he realized that the numbers 1 to 4, and the numbers added to them which make up 10 in amount, form a sacred number that represents physical and metaphysical integrity of Universe, perfection. If four notes can be expressed in figures, Pythagoras believed, then, probably all things can be expressed in numbers as well. Universe is expressed by numbers from one to four, which when added to ten become the source of all things existing.
Pythagorean doctrine had a significant impact on the formation and development of spiritual secret societies in Europe, such as the Rosicrucians, masons, anthroposophists and others. Ever since, this version of Numerology continues to evolve.
Numerology gained particular importance within Kabbalah teachings, where the variety of it is known as Gematria. Kabbalists have broadened Pythagoras’s concept, using numbers in magical squares for different purposes. When scientists discovered the nature of light, electricity and magnetism in the 19th century, ancient occult meanings assigned to numbers, became to be attributed to vibrations of energy too.
Without plunging into mazes and depth of Kabbalistic Cosmology and its esoteric doctrines, it’s preferred in modern Numerology to use simplified numerical and alphabetical code based on the theories of Pythagoras. Pythagoras, his flocks and followers have cut all the numbers to the figures from 1 to 9 inclusive, since they are the original numbers, which all the other numbers can be obtained from. Different systems have been developed to shortcut large numbers into prime ones. The easiest and most popular method is to add up all the digits of this number, then if there is 10 or more, sum these figures too. This process continues until you get a primary number from 1 to 9 (in some versions of the numerological calculations, two-digit numbers 11 and 22, also known as the numbers of Master, are not simplified to primary ones).
Based on the number you can define, for example, what will the coming year be like and how to use it with the greatest benefit for yourself. From the numerological point of view, time moves in unceasingly repeating cycles from 1 to 9. Within the centuries and decades each new year brings a new number. Days and months within the year may also be divided into cycles. Everything in the Universe is subordinated to these cycles.
Each of us has its own individual cycle, based on individual numbers, which are obtained by means of various operations with the date of birth and/or letters of the full name.
The second important part is Arithmomancy. It explains the cyclical nature of human behavior, allows to define successful and unlucky periods of life, predict ups and downs. Life code is calculated with the help of Arithmomancy, which can be used to adjust behavior; Arithmomancy also complements the psychological portrait of personality, provided by Numerology.
The third important component is Cosmography. You can use it to build an individual graph for each person for every day, which will show its physical, intellectual and emotional state.
The techniques of Vitomathematics may be applied in the area of transport security, while preparing athletes, by chief-executives when planning negotiations or making crucial decisions, and even in everyday life when planning rest and trips, managing energy, managing negative factors, emotional, mental or physical setbacks.