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Does Numerology Tell Us Anything?

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Numerology is the scientific study of numbers, Numerologists believe that the numbers we encounter may play a role in everyday life or they can even have a significant meaning to a person. Despite having a long history attached to the field, numerology is still seen as a paranormal subject and is disputed by scientists and researchers.

It's believed that we can even predict the future with certain numbers that may appear in our lives. Many people have experienced recurring numbers that seem to want their attention.

Numbers can enter our lives in many ways and if they are meant to be seen as some kind of sign or a divine message they may stick around and keep popping up. This is what we call recurring numbers. You could have the same number come up or appear as many as three or four times a week.


Numerology is also believed to be linked to astrology and spiritual practice. Certain numbers are well known and can give many people an uneasy feeling, the number “13” is often associated with bad luck.




Noticing recurring numbers isn't hard, they usually appear often enough to be noticed, however finding their meaning or why you are experiencing a recurring number can be nearly impossible. It's widely believed that recurring numbers are passed onto us by the spiritual realm as a way to send us messages.


However, the question here is does numerology tell us anything? And we would say "yes it does". You just have to know how to see the numbers in your life. Figuring out how to understand their meaning may seem like a daunting task but once you begin to piece the numbers together like a puzzle, you will have a wider understanding of numerology and how numbers can have an impact on your spirituality or even how a single recurring number can be related to your future.

Like many other fields of study and belief systems, numerology is not in short supply of theories or opinions.

An average person could encounter as many as 50-100 numbers in a single day, perhaps even more then that. However, most people don't think much of any number they see or hear.

If you have experienced recurring numbers or any other weird encounters that involves numerology, take note of the experience. Take a deep dive into the unknown.

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