Generating Larger Data on Patterns and Trends

I like numerology. It’s easy for me to drill down into the nitty gritty with is and, when I combine it with some light astrology (mostly phases of the moon and retrograde patterns), I’m able to get accurate timing on things at a level not available to me otherwise. It’s probably in my blood – my father was a mathematician. While I have never shared his high level appreciation for its mechanics, there is something about the language of numbers that does work for me.

Numerology, with the spice of some astrology, is what I use for my forecasts for the year, both on a personal and global level. I start to see patterns that provide a framework into which the channeled information fits. As an example, when I was looking at patterns around the first 100 days of the new administration, Spirit flagged 1/19, which is technically the day before the administration takes effect. When I looked at it, I saw it was a last quarter moon, which tends to be a bit wobbly, energy-wise. We’ll still be in the wake or post shadow of this very intense Mercury Retrograde until the 27th. And the numerology of the date is 21 (3×7) or 3, which suggests to me intervention, coming of age, a major shift, and amplification. Since Spirit had already flagged the date as interesting, I then looked at it on a purely energetic level and got some truly unusual feedback, both tactile, verbal, and visual. I’m not a fan of fear-based information, so I’m just going to say that it’s going to be a weird week and you couldn’t pay me enough money to be in DC, New York, or St Louis around then.

When I do the forecasts that come with my personality reports, it’s much the same. I start with numerology, weave in some basic astrology, and then see what guidance wants to bring up. It seems to be useful information – I have clients who get such a “reading” (really more of a report, in my mind) every year.

Doing things this way is much more noodley or fussy than a card reading, and can’t be done on the fly. It may not address specific questions, although it’s a great way to schedule vacations and major changes like weddings or changing careers. So it doesn’t work for everything. I do find, though, that it’s helpful for patterns and overviews.

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