Before being absorbed and assimilated into Babylonia, the Chaldeans were a people who existed between the late 10th or early 9th and mid-6th centuries BC in the far southeastern part of Mesopotamia. They originated a system of numerology which is unfamiliar to many modern practitioners of numerology.

Pythagoras, an Ionian Greek philosopher and mathematician, developed the more common and simplistic numerology system. The chart below represents the Pythagorean system of numerology where the letters are assigned numbers 1 thru 9 in alphabetical order, merely starting at 1 again until all 26 letters are assigned.

As you can see from the main chart at the top, the Chaldean numerology method deviates from the Pythagorean pattern beginning with F, which rather than 6 is attributed an 8 vibration. The Chaldean system also assigns no letters at all to the number 9 since 9 was considered by the Chaldeans to be sacred and therefore set apart from the remaining nine elemental numbers (0 thru 8) , although combinations of letters in words and names can still add up to a 9 vibration.

For those unfamiliar, in both systems the numeric vibration of words and names are derived by adding up the assigned values of each letter and then adding together the numbers in the result until a single number is reached. Take this example using the name Robert Mueller:

So, taking what we’ve learned by adding the value of letters in the Special Counsel’s name, we arrive at a vibration of 5 and a compound vibration of 32, the meanings of which I’ve illustrated below:

Now this of course gives us a great deal of insight into Robert Mueller, but the vibration of the numbers in his birth date would be needed to attain a complete picture. Mueller’s birthday is 08/07/1944 which adds up to a compound number of 24 and a single vibration of 6, which means Mueller is a 5 by his name and a 6 by his birth date.

Notice that his birth year, 1944, adds up to 18 (1+9+4+4) and further reduces to 9, which is the primary focus of this article. If you need proof that 9 holds special significance as the ancient Chaldeans believed, simply observe the fact that no other number can reflect the vibration of another number added to it the way 9 does. For example:

3 + 9 = 12, 1+2 = 3 again

8 + 9 = 17, 1+7 = 8 again

It works this way with every number added to 9, including of course 9 itself. The only number more mysterious and powerful is 0, which also has no letter assignment but which further has no word or name vibration assignment by itself at all. Nothing is a zero vibration, but zero plays an important role in compound number vibrations up to 50 (and of course multiplies the mathematical power of any number it follows, e.g. 10, 100, 1000, 10,000, etc.).

For a more in-depth look at Chaldean numerology, please check out my book ** Understanding Chaldean Numerology **available at Amazon on January 6, 2019.

And check out the Edawlatry Youtube channel.

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