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Great detail and easy to understand!
THE GOOD: It explained very well the methodology and layout used to do the calculations. The parts up to and through "arrows" is very detailed and something that you won't find presented in most modern texts. Explainations up to that point are also pretty good and thorough.
THE BAD: It was very bad when it got to occupations. VERY! For example Social Work for an 11 is just wrong and a huge underuse of energy. More correctly is the fact that an 11 is best in a social leadership role. Social Working is not leading. LOL Another example is for an 8 as an actor. Most of the people he lists are actors but not very good ones, instead they are "popular" in their jobs due to "something" but not necessarily proficiency of the craft. LOL These are just two example where he is generally correct but specifically wrong.
I specifically don't use numerology to personally assess because it fails to hone in the way that he tries to hone it in.
After the "arrows" chapter the author gets less and less detailed and basically writes about a paragraph of fluff about each heading. He even mentions the idea of twins but seems to fail to understand or explain that of course if they have different names that have different expressions. So in numerology twins wouldn't theoretically be difficult to distinguish whereas in astrology if you don't know the correct methodologies you could indeed have great difficulty.
Overall not a coaster but readers need to be VERY CAREFUL not to take the specific vocational advice too seriously. That was the most harmful part of the book, otherwise it was generally informative.
- weird theories are added which have nothing to do with numerology...pyramids in Atlantis? really?
- a looping astrology chapter, with no reference to numerology at all.
- some significant variations from almost all Western numerology, for example, the lack of 1s in exchange for 10s, or the bad info on determining whether a Y is a vowel or not, or leaving out other names than the first altogether
not bad, but all the details are covered much better in other books.
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