Comprehensive Vedic Numerology: Vol.1



The ancient science of numbers has its origin in the prehistoric times. The ancients, as also the Hindu seers and searchers of and for Nature’s laws, were masters of all studies relating to significant numbers beyond the obvious. The Chaldeans, the Hebrews, and the Egyptians are known to have practiced numerology. The philosophers of ancient Greece believed that numbers possessed some mysterious power independent of their arithmetical significance. Thomas Taylor in his translation of Lamblicus’ Life of Pythagoras said: “The Pythagoreans received from the theology of Orpheus the principles of intelligible and intellectual numbers; they assigned
them an abundant progression, and extended their dominion.” Hence that proverb was peculiar to the Pythagoreans that all
things are assimilated to numbers.


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