Most people instinctively realize that some numbers are lucky for them. For instance, many people won lottery prizes simply by entering their own and family members’ birth days, birth months and summed up birth years in the lottery tickets.
In fact, this belief stems from an ancient science of numbers Numerology. According to numerologists, everything in the world is dependent upon the mystical properties of numbers.
Astrology, Numerology's sister in the structuring of coincidence, describes character and forecasts experiences by time, date and place of birth - feats studied through the movement of planets. Astrology cannot tie in your number co-ordinates but, coincidentally, was proven to be accurate long before computerized techniques revealed that people born at the same time and place have common traits. There is no scientific proof to support its accuracy -but the beliefs linger in the daily astrology newspaper columns that are read by millions before they scan the front-page news of the day.
And indeed, your given name at birth and the date you were born have a far greater effect on your destiny than you may realize. When entering a lottery, make these numbers work for you to win your lottery prizes.
Numerology traces its origins to cavemen, who related emotionally to their experiences. If they built a good fire with four pieces of wood, the number four became a symbol for something dependable and constructive. All numbers have double meanings, based upon experiences like these. Far from being coincidence number meanings stem from fact. Superstition is no more than coincidences observed and applied to down-to-earth realities through the ages. The supermundane happenings of intuition and coincidence go hand in hand. Numberology puts you in touch with a numbers system that has the uncanny ability to find your frequency in the universal scope of coincidence.
Most numerologists credit Pythagoras with founding the field of Numerology. Pythagorean Numerology