Posts Tagged ‘numerology’
“We did not change as we grew older; we just became more clearly ourselves.” ~Lynn Hall, Children’s Author
Numerology has always fascinated me — the way that numbers can predict the energy of a day or even the underlying lessons of a person’s life.
With a new year dawning and the vibration of great change in the air, both personally and globally, I felt I would share a bit of inspiring information on the upcoming date and year with you all.
January 1st, 2010 breaks down numerologically as the number 5. Five is always a number of completion, of a definite end to one thing, or phase, and the beginning of another. Number 5 says, “Hurry up and make a change, already!”
“Well, duh,” some might say. “Of course it is change, because January 1st ends one year and begins a new one.” But the five energy in this case is not only referencing something so mundane as the start of a new year. This particular instance of the 5 is signaling to us … Continue reading →
“Perfect numbers like perfect men are very rare.”
~Rene Descartes, French Philosopher, Mathematician & Scientist
We now have a facebook page for channeling and have been accepting questions from fans. The latest Lullites channeling is an answer to a question from Martin Canovas: “What is the meaning of the number 1111 that so many people see over and over again?”
The Lullites speak about the alignment vibration of this numerical phenonmena and also about why this is an inspiring momentum for Earth and humankind.
Read the text after the audio for a full transcription of their words.
Hello, we are the Lullites.
We have received your question about the number 1111 (eleven-eleven.) It is a very common question, with many different answers.
From our point of view — the raised vibration — we look at the simple alignment of energy that is represented by the four ones. 4 is always a number of balance and 1, of course, is a number of the beginning. Beginning, actually, exists at nothingness, at what you would call 0. But the action begins at 1. This means that … Continue reading →