Triple Master Numbers:
111 – The Trinity; three in one, crystal grids of trinity which support the ascension process
222 – Harmonious partnership of unconditional love; conscious awareness of our soul expression
333 – Mastery of the this cycle of incarnation; Integration of body-mind-spirit; Emergence of Spirit
444 – Living in Heaven on Earth; Divine Plan of New Jerusalem
555 – Shift into the Quintessence plane; ability to feel and know the essence of form; Lifting of the Veil
666 – Creation energy of balanced male and female; Illumination of the Mysteries
777 – Reconfiguring the evolutionary path of an entire soul group; ascension of the soul in a human body; “Resurrection” in the Gematria (Greek numerology)
888 – Christ consciousness manifest on earth: “Jesus” in Gematria
999 – Completion of the Grand Galactic Cycle (225 to 228 million years); Illumination of the Holographic Universe
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Numerology and its associations to aura-soma can give you confirmations about who you are as a soul, the challenges you came here to explore and the gifts you have to help you overcome the challenges in your life plan. In traditional numerology, all numbers are summed and then reduced to one digit except the master numbers of 11, 22 and according to which system is being used, sometimes 33. So a traditional numerologist will examine a total of 11 or 12 life expressions and life paths with all their clients. With the aura-soma system, I look at 107 different pathways, resulting in a more personal reflection of your soul.
From: Numerology, Key to your Inner Self, by Hans DeCoz
Background of numerology: The western form of numerology, the Pythagorean system, is among the most enduring and popular of all self-help methods ever created. The Chinese, Japanese, Greek, Hebrews, Egyptians and Phoenicians, early Christians, Mayans and Incans all employed numbers systems to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and the universe. Pythagorean numerology was organized by Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras, who combined mathematical disciplines of the Arabic, Druid, Phoenician, Egyptian and Essene sciences. Since then, it has continued to evolve. It formed the spiritual basis for many secret societies, such as the Rosicrucians, Masons, Anthroposophists and others.
Numerology is used as a practical method of understanding your own deeper nature: your talents, your life and your goals; your hidden characteristics; your opportunities and your challenges. ... There are many reasons for this system’s enduring magic. Simply put, it is highly accurate. People who encounter numerology marvel at the insight and practical advise if offs… implicit within this spiritual science is an age-old and universal wisdom that people intuitively understand, respect and respond to.
The meaning of the word numerology comes from the Latin word "numerus", which means "number", and the Greek word "logos", which means "word", "thought", "expression". The formal study of numerology can be linked to the work of the philosopher Pythagoras, who developed many of the basic theorems that form the foundation of modern mathematics.
"… all things are number and that numbers influence the essence of things. Thus number is the mediator between the divine and the earthly.”
Letters in a person's name or in any word or phrase are converted to numbers and then added together and reduced where applicable. The practice is to total the numerical value of a name or word. This is the standard chart of numerology: