Tuesday, November 3, 2009

The mysterious code has been broken

The mysterious code hidden amongst letters of the Western alphabet, numbers, and astrological lords has now been broken, quite possibly for the first time in the West. Still, it is not accurate to call what I am presenting for the first in the Advanced Primer of Sidereal Astrology a new system. Instead, I propose that this constitutes the discovery of an ever-present system. Since this book is an astrological treatise, the relation of planets to numbers must also be presented in a table near the end of this chapter.

We live in a civilization where numbers and letters surround us. Our commerce is dependent upon them, as well as our calendar, our weather forecasts, and our financial well-being. Still, there is a mystery to them, especially when astrological correlations are considered. Now, for the first time, a detailed explanation of the numerological and astrological values of the letters of the Western alphabet is being explained in my Advanced Primer of Sidereal Astrology.

You will find this presentation both accessible and sensible; it should attract your intelligence. It is absolutely logical, and that is part of my method. We are throwing light on the Western alphabet in terms of its permanent relationship with Sanskrit vowels and consonants. Sanskrit is the original language. You should be able to grasp the code with some intellectual acumen. If you deem it (decoding of the hidden relationship amongst the letters, numbers, and astrological lords) only esoteric theory, check your premises. We present practical applications. You can act upon any of them, usually without too much difficulty.

You do not need to wander around in a sea of mental speculation in order to take advantage of and fully understand this discovery. The system will change your ideas about numerology in relation to our Western alphabet. It is dynamic and will attract magnetic center. It will not take a great deal of brainpower in order to decode for yourself the actual values of the twenty-six letters of the Western alphabet we use every day.

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