The Kabala Of Numbers
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Deciphering them, it is clear that all these numbers hold their own meaning, and according to that, various characteristics are observed. Numbers from 1-9 all have their distinctive importance with specific characteristics, and the same help to decode the nature or trait of the number.
The number of regeneration. A new birth. Spirituality, sense-extension, premonition, going forth, voyaging. Telaesthesia, dreaming, clairvoyance, clairaudience. Reformation, nebulosity, pulsation, rhythm; reaching out, extension, publication; archery, prediction, revelation; a thought-wave, apparition, wraith, mist, cloud, obscurity, exile, mystery. The symbol of Neptune. These are some of the links in the almost endless chain of associated ideas centring about the nine digits and the cipher. In some systems of interpretation, the cypher is put last, so that the first and last are brought together to form 10, the perfect number in the decimal system; but in the Hebrew scheme, the number 12 has that distinction, being the product of 3 into 4, as 7, another sacred number, is their sum. The foregoing interpretation of the numbers is applied to the unit value of any number, as 731 = 11 = 2, in which 2 is the unit value. Thus all numbers have final reference to one of the nine digits.
Then the sum of the five planetary numbers, plus half the value of Sun and Moon together = positive 35, and negative 34. The sum of these is 69 = 15, and +35-34 = 1. Hence the saying Jehovah elohanu, Jehoval achad, has reference to this one source of all creations, for achad = 1814 = 14, the Bi-septenary of Powers employed in the creation.
The values given by Haydon appear to be without any or due foundation, and those who have used these planetary numbers have hitherto offered no reason for attaching particular values to the several planets.
Various numbers play a significant role in Jewish texts or practice. Some such numbers were used as mnemonics to help remember concepts, while other numbers were considered to have intrinsic significance or allusive meaning.
In Jewish mystical study, numbers were believed to be a means for understanding the divine. This marriage between the symbolic and the physical found its pinnacle in the creation of the Tabernacle. The numerical dimensions of the temple are a \"microcosm of creation ... that God used to create the Olamot-Universes.\"
Moreover, according to Kabbalah numerology, the name of the person is as important as numbers. These letters hold their initiation from the Hebrew alphabet. However, further calculations are done by looking at the birth name of the person. It helps to resolve challenges and issues in the life of the native and changes their energy from negative to positive, helping them sync with the Universe.