Philosophy of Kabbalah Numerology
Kabbalah numerology is one of the ancient systems of calculating the effects of numbers in this universe.
The Hebrew word kabbalah means “receiving” or “that which has been received.”
The philosophy of Kabbalah basically reveals how the universe and life combine to work together. Kabblah numerology analyzes an individual’s basic characteristics and inner self while teaching us how to receive fulfillment in our lives. According to this system, our physical universe operates according to a series of laws governed by a spiritual system.
Origin of Kabbalah Numerology
Kabbalah numerology originated approximately 4,000 years ago and was developed by Abraham, a great scholar. Some people believe the system was developed much earlier. The name Kabbalah means oral tradition, which suggests that the system that emerged in 2,000 BC was likely passed along by oral tradition before that.
The Kabbalah and Hebrew Mysticism.
The Kabbalah numerology originated in Hebrew mysticism. As it was developed using the Hebrew alphabet, it has only 22 vibrations, ranging from 1 to 400. The system was subsequently adapted for Greek and Roman alphabets.
The Kabbalah numerology interprets only the meaning of the name. As a result, modern numerologists do not practice it as it does not consider the date of birth in interpretation. This system focuses on events over characters.
Kabalah numerology draws the tree of life for calculation and analysis. The tree of life is a graphic portrayal of these universal original forces: Kether, Chokhmah, Binah, Chesed, Geburah, Taphareth, Netzach, Hod, Yesod, Makuth. Three key systems emerge from the Tree of Life analysis.
Both the Chaldean and Kabbalah system follow more or less a common numerical classification and interpretation. Now let us see the meaning of Kabbalah numbers from 1 to 9-
What Does a Kaballah Number Mean ?
Number 1– Individuality, egoistic, self reliance, affirmative (Influenced by Sun).
Number 2– Psychic attraction, emotional, sympathetic, skeptical (Influenced by Moon).
Number 3– Intellectual capacity, possibility to become rich and successful (Influenced by Jupiter).
Number 4– Possessing property, materialistic, position in the society (Influenced by Earth).
Number 5– Reasonable, logical, of good ethics, fond of traveling, commercial (Influenced by Mercury).
Number 6– Co-operation, good in sports, art, play or music (Influenced by Venus).
Number 7– Is good in negotiation in contracts, agreements, and bargains (Influenced by Moon).
Number 8– Number of death, decay, loss or extinction (Influenced by Saturn).
Number 9– Energetic, adamant, short temper (Influenced by Mars).
Number corresponding to alphabet in Kabbalah system–
A, J, S- 1
B, K, T- 2
C, L, U- 3
D, M, V- 4
E, N, W- 5
F, O, X- 6
G, P, Y- 7
H, Q, Z- 8
I, R- 9
Interpreting Hebrew Alphabet-
To overcome the problem of interpreting Hebrew alphabets many modern numerologists have converted the Hebrew alphabets into English. But the entire alphabets do not have the English equivalents and the entire alphabets are arranged in different orders. The calculation of numerical equivalence of letters in Hebrew is known as Gematria. So it is very difficult to know or study Hebrew Numerology if you are not familiar with the numerology alphabets.