The Soul’s Code

Have you ever wondered why the ancient Mayans had an elaborate calendrical system? From early Egyptians to the rise of Greek mythology and the dawn of the Roman empire, numbers have played a meaningful role in shaping entire civilizations and culture.

Look at China

In China, it is customary to regard even numbers as being more auspicious than odd ones. So, gifts are given in even numbers for the celebration of all occasions. No. 8 has long been regarded as the luckiest number in Chinese culture. With pronunciation of ‘Ba’ in Chinese, no. 8 sounds similar to the word ‘Fa’, which means to make a fortune. It contains meanings of prosperity, success and high social status too, so all business men favor it very much. Moreover, in some areas of China, it is customary to regard even numbers as being more auspicious than odd ones. So, gifts are given in even numbers for the celebration of all occasions. No. 8 has long been regarded as the luckiest number in Chinese culture. With pronunciation of ‘Ba’ in Chinese, no. 8 sounds similar to the word ‘Fa’, which means to make a fortune. It contains meanings of prosperity, success and high social status too, so all business men favor it very much. Moreover, in some areas of China, people prefer to pay much more money for a telephone number with 8 in it. They also favor residences on the eighth floor of buildings. In 1990s, a vehicle identification number with 8 was once auctioned off for 5 million Hong Kong dollars.

Empire histories

You may ask me about the relevance of the title of this blogpost. ‘What has fallen empires or Chinese customs got to do with it?’ Well, Here’s the deal:
I am letting you know that you can decode the patterns of the universe by simply studying historical events timeline, prophetic or disruptive shift, new discovery, and engagement that are relied upon as a predictor of future events.
“To explore new worlds, we need sound education: An instruction in the art of seeing.”

Meow look at this

Imagine a boy called Dave who grew up in the woods. Everyday Dave took the same few paths to get the things he needed to sustain himself. He never strayed from those paths at all. Then one day as he walks down his normal path that is heavily worn from years of use down to the river, he notice a little building way off the trail he’s on. He thinks wow I’d like to check that out, but he’s never been off the trail. He decides to go check it out. He leaves the worn path that he was on to ground that he’s never stepped foot on before. He approaches the door of the building then walk inside to notice that there is a large volume of books on the subject of building log cabins. He is looking around the room and notice a note on a table that states you are welcome to use the place anytime you want but please never take the books from the building with you. So he begins to come and go everyday to read and focus on learning how to build new log cabins.

Librarians will tell you, ‘There is a large volume of books on any given genre.’ From history books to research journals, the capacity of the human mind to explore, create, and assimilate information is incomprehensible.

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Recently, I realised my growing interest in choice of date. Doing my research, I Stumbleupon a wealth of information shaping the course of nations.
The Ancients called 19 the ‘Number of Surrender’ as your life needs to link up with the Universal Life.
The number 19 is an endurance vibration. It brings everything into focus, winds up old accounts and starts off anew. People influenced by the number 19 can be completely self-absorbed, are usually extroverts and are often egotistical. They can also become dependent on others and will find that there are many obstacles in their path until they learn to balance their needs with the needs of others.
 

“The world is built upon the power of numbers.” – Pythagoras

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