My methodology and that of many numerologists is based on the metaphysical theory of energy vibrating at nine primary frequencies. These frequencies correspond to the numbers 1 through 9. They make up the cosmology for the human consciousness. The numbers 1 through 9 are radio waves. These “radio waves”, which are transmitted information and emanations from the unconscious to the conscious world, are what the numbers represent.

My numerology approach is based on the idea that mathematics is the basis of the universe and that math can explain metaphysical energies. The numbers can explain patterns in the human condition. Numerology is the study and application of this unique formula. In one sense, math can predict what you will do. By understanding patterns in behavior, you can “predict the future.” But that is a misleading term. All you are doing is predicting how someone will behave or react based on their numerological and energy emanations. This does not take into account wild card decisions that we make. However, it can be noted, if applicable, that some people may be more or less prone to make wild card decisions.

Each of the nine vibrations is present in each of us at varying intensities. It is these varying intensities that make us unique. Understanding how vibrations are present and their intensity helps us to understand who we really are, what drives us, where we’re going, and why we do the things we do.

Every numerologist must first understand the nine frequencies and their relationships. Each numerologist has their own formulas that determine how these frequencies are mathematically analysed. Pythagorean numerology is the most well-known. There are also Babylonian numerology and Chaldean numerology. Vedic numerology uses the Nine Halls system to determine Chinese numerology. The Lo Shu square is another tradition from around the globe. You’ll find differences between them, but also striking similarities. My practice has been devoted to the fine-tuning of an intuitive interpretive system that is based on these similarities between Chinese, Babylonian and Pythagorean numerology.