English Alphabet has Numerology Meanings

Posted on Dec 23, 2010 in divination, parallels


It is not uncommon for letters, pictographs and symbols to have deep hidden meanings—even magical power, for cultures around the world have rich histories and stories connected to symbols, letters and written words. Other countries and cultures too have symbols and writing systems that were multi-dimensional, that is, their writing systems in application could not only be read as words and every day messages or chronicles, but also could convey that meanings that were profound, sacred or even used as divination. 

I just learned that in numerology, each letter of the alphabet has its own meanings.

Here is the first part of what I read about alphabets and numerology:

Numerology Meanings of the Letters of the Alphabet

Each letter of the alphabet has its own meaning in numerology profiles.
When doing a reading, if the letter occurs first in the name, or is the first vowel, it has more force than in other positions. Generally, the first letter has less force than the number of the full name at birth, yet depending on how well the letter does or does not resonate with the name.
Here are the 26 letters of the English alphabet, along with their numerological meanings.

The letter A —

Positive: Leader. Confident. Adventurous. Determined. Enterprising. Courageous.
Negative: Arrogant.

The letter B —

Positive: Bountiful. Sensitive. Cooperative. Amicable. Needs partner. Outdoors person.
Negative: Belligerent.

The letter C —

Positive: Creative. Social. Good-humored. Extravagant. Dexterous. Orator.
Negative: Negligent.

The letter D —

Positive: Balanced. Secure. Focused. High willpower. Persevering. An authority.
Negative: Stubborn.

Please visit this link to read the above information in full:

http://affinitynumerology.com/blog/UsingNumerology/letter-meanings.php

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