Friday, September 12, 2008

New Thing #245--What Does It Mean?

Today I had a numerology reading done on my name.

According to Dictionary.com, numerology is..."the study of numbers, as the figures designating the year of one's birth, to determine their supposed influence on one's life, future, etc."

When I Googled the topic, there almost six million hits; I chose one entitled What Your Name Means (Numerology). The site told me to enter my full name, and warned me that "most authorities agree that the full birth name as recorded on your birth certificate is the name that must be used for all calculations involving name. Nicknames, changed names including marriage name changes do not dilute the importance of the name given to you by your parents.
" I submitted the information and sat back to wait for the results.

This is what I learned:
There are 19 letters in your name.
Those 19 letters total to 81
There are 7 vowels and 12 consonants in your name

Your number is: 9

The characteristics of #9 are: Humanitarian, giving nature, selflessness, obligations, creative expression.

The expression or destiny for #9: The expression that you exhibit is represented by the number 9. Your talents center in humanistic interests and approaches. You like to help others as you were intended to be the 'big brother or big sister' type. You operate best when you follow your feelings and sense of compassion, and allow yourself to be sensitive to the needs of others. You work well with people, and have the potential to inspire. This suggests that you could successfully teach or counsel. Creative ability, imagination and artistic talent (often latent) of the highest order are present in this expression. It's possible that you're not using or developing all of these capabilities at this time. Some of your talents may have been used at an earlier time in your life, and some may still be latent. Be aware of your capabilities, so that you can make use of them at appropriate times.
I suspect there's no real truth in my reading, but it was fun.

1 comment:

  1. I tried it out too....it was very inaccurate about mine. I'm like you though...I don't take it seriously.