History of Numerology
Looking around, numbers are everywhere in our lives – in our date of birth, the address, even the car registration. Our world has progressed to a point where everything can be rationalised in micro, macro and quantum terms and numbers. Ancient mathematicians from across civilisations knew that there was more to numbers than counting objects. They propounded the principles of numerology by decoding names and the date of birth to reveal key numbers that divulge many surprising aspects of our personality.
In ancient Babylon, Japan, China, Greece and India many systems of numerology were being practiced. They differed in many aspects from each other but they were all unified under the thought that ‘Numbers have vibrations and they affect human lives’. The vibration of numbers, similarly have polarizing interpretations based on the receptiveness of the region, giving rise to many forms of numerology.