The Philosophy of Numbers

The Philosophy of Numbers : Their Tone and Colors

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This book has been written in response to the requests of those who are interested in the study of number vibrations. The requests have come from all parts of the world, asking for more of the simplified knowledge founded upon the one principle of unity, -that all things have but one source-and express in different forms the unity of the whole. The hidden strength or weakness of names, states, etc., as shown by the vowels, have been evolved through the philosophy of numbers. From this source many unwritten laws can be made plain. Pythagoras said: "The heavens and earth vibrate to the single numbers, or digits of numbers. Each single number, from 1 to 9, are digits.
To find your own numbers, divide the alphabet into nine parts. To get a scientific cause for the expression of life, and to understand what has been taught us by Pythagoras, Plato, Aristotle, and Socrates, we must realize that these philosophers were mystics. A mystic at that time, as at present, believed in the Oneness of All, that everything came from one source, that every separate thing was entirely dependent upon every other separate thing, yet all the separate things were joined in the Great Universal Chain of Infinite Lives.
As many persons want to know how the vibration of numbers can be understood and used, we would recommend this book, and "The Ancient Science of Numbers," to such enquirers.
Chapter XXIII explains the vibrations of numbers to States, and it is rather interesting, after having found one's own name vibration, to know what States will harmonize with such vibration, so that a person can make a successful selection of locality to live in.
It is an interesting book of 147 pages, and no doubt will receive a hearty reception.
-The Phrenological Journal and Science of Health [1908]
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  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 9mm | 236g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514704420
  • 9781514704424

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