The Greek Philosopher, Pythagoras who lived about 2500 years ago was known as the father of Pythagorean Numerology. Many people believed that Pythagoras learn this technique from Indian gurus in India, while many thinks that he has learn it in Egypt.
By discovering the numerical relationship between numbers and musical notes Pythagoras began his theory of numbers. Pythagorean Numerology is often called as the Modern Numerology which is used in most of the cases. As in Pythagorean Numerology it is very easy to learn how to translate the letters in to number and to master there meaning that is why this system is very popular.
Thus, Pythagorean Numerology is use to define qualities which were given to you at the time of birth such as the nature, abilities, tools and natural talent. Because this only the full name of the person which is written on the birth certificate is important while using the Pythagorean Numerology.
The Pythagorean Numerology is based on the six primary number which of these three are derived from your name and three are derived from your birthday. Based on the Pythagorean Numerology we have to assign the letters to the number from 1 to 9 as shown below
- 1 = a, j, s,
- 2 = b, k, t,
- 3 = c, l, u,
- 4 = d, m, v,
- 5 = e, n, w,
- 6 = f, o, x,
- 7 = g, p, y,
- 8 = h, q, z,
- 9 = i, r,
Next step is to add all the numbers which is associated to letter of your name and we will need to add it till we get single digit
For example Martin James Raab
4+1+9+2+9+5 = 29
4+3+5+3+1+5 = 11
9+1+1+2 = 13
- Martin James Raab
29+11+13 = 53 5+3=8
Then, Martin James Raab number is 8
Now we will need to calculate for birthdate
Example Martin birthday is May 5, 1997
By the Pythagorean Numerology if you total comes in three master number i.e 11, 22, 23 then you can not count it in single digit. At last the numbers which has come from birthdate and name are assigned to a significance meaning by the Pythagorean Numerology.