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Numerology Paperback – April 2, 2012
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About the Author
Ed Peterson fasted twice for 20 days (no food, only water) in 1995, and that is also when he read the book Numerology and the Divine Triangle by Faith Javane and Dusty Bunker. He has been doing numerology every day since then.
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The reader doesn't have to waste time trying to decipher Eds CLEARLY written explanations or definitions. I particularly enjoyed the new (AND LOGICAL) twists that Ed added concerning the initials in our names, as well as other hidden facets --such as delineating your Family Numbers.
Best of all, unlike most Numerology books (whose numerical definitions often confuse the reader because they differ from author to author) Eds numerical definitions also strengthen the link between the Tarot and Numerology. In my opinion, Ed has done a splendid job with (what I hope is only) his first book!
Anna Burroughs Cook author of Tarot Dynamics
The first part of Numerology walks you through several formulas step by step, and the author's instructions:
So get something to write on and something to write with and do a sort of spiritual Sudoku with your birth data in order to find out what numerology can tell you.
You basically create your own personal profile, such information includes: what you are here to learn, how you appear to others, your true character, and the most important thing you can do. But that's only a few of the traits you discover with Ed Peterson's guidance. With your chart complete, it's time to decipher what your numbers mean.
Peterson works with the numbers 0-100, giving the associated Tarot card, a list of descriptions, sayings, examples and tidbits for each number. A list of astrological correspondence and archetypes brings the book to a close.
The author admits this book is a work in progress. Some of the numbers have much more information than others, but what's here is a large amount of information.
I recommend this book to anyone working with numerology and would like more choices for the meanings of numbers.
Your North Node numbers are mentioned in this book, but you'll need to purchase Numerology: Volume 2, North Node Numbers to find out those calculations. It's basically an overlay of your birth chart and a circle grid available in Numerology and the Divine Triangle.