large portion of the Egyptian philosophy and religion was constructed
almost wholly upon the science of numbers, everything in nature
was explained on this principle alone".
Kircher (1602-1680): German Jesuit Mathematician & Philosopher.
universal language of vibration is articulated by number and expressed
through geometric ratios that define sound, colour (light,) and
form. Everything in creation is designed and defined by these archetypal
patterns. It is the geometric expression of these archetype energies
that open our intuitive awareness and understanding of these energy
characteristics. Numbers and the symbols that express them have
the same meaning throughout this world's cultures, and indeed, it
is this language that is truly universal.
the language of vibration embarks one on the journey of creation
itself, unfolding from the source of all-that-is (and all that shall
be!), from One-ness and Unity (1),
to Division (2), Multiplication (3),
Manifestation (4), Reproduction/Transformation
(5), Reflection/Balance (6),
Evolution (7), Infinite-Awareness (8),
and Enlightened Perfection (9).
is a concise summation of each ROOT-ESSENCE vibration's geometric
blueprint, energy principles and characteristics.
the origin of all things we are faced with an infinite containing
a mass of unexplained finites; an indivisible full of endless
divisions, an immutable teeming with mutations and differentiations;
a cosmic paradox is at the beginning of all things. This paradox
can only be explained as ONE, but this is an infinite oneness,
which can contain the hundred and the thousand and the million
and the billion. This does not mean that the One is plural,
or can be limited or described as the sum of the many. On
the contrary, it can contain the infinite many because it
exceeds all limitation or description by multiplicity, and
exceeds at the same time, all limitation by finite, conceptual
Scientific and Spiritual thinking agrees on one point: the
one point from which everything began! The scientists call
this point the point of Singularity, while the Spiritualists
call this point Oneness, Unity or the Source. And both points
of view suggest that this point existed in a void of nothingness.
only form that can express this infathomable oneness is the
Circle. The division of the circle's diameter by it's circumference
gives us the ratio known as Pi, which shows us that the nature
of the circle is infinite. It is all-encompassing and bursting
at the seams with potential. It is pregnant, it is the cosmic
egg, and here is where we see the dichotomy and symbolic link
between the One and the Zero.
The circle is the zero, but as the One, it holds the seed
potential of all-that-is and all that shall be. Ancient cultures
such as the Mayans and Egyptians expressed the energy of zero
symbolically as an egg, and the circle as the egg contains
the blueprint for the chicken too! So the symbol for oneness
naturally represents the 1 and the 0 in One! The Left-brain
paradox of the chicken and the egg is one of our fist discussion
points in the workshops! The
energy of the 1 and the zero, or the seed and the egg is expressed
in the form known as the Monad, a circle with a point at the
centre. The Monad is the womb of vibration from which the
language of number and form flow. The Monad represents the
energy that caused the beginning to begin!
THE BEGINNING, GOD CREATED THE HEAVEN AND THE EARTH. AND THE
EARTH WAS WITHOUT FORM AND VOID, AND DARKNESS WAS UPON THE
FACE OF THE DEEP.
symbol of the numeral 1 is a straight line, which is the first
geometric principle that issues forth from the Monad.The numeral
1 is the the first arrow of intention, direction and desire.
It is said that the manifest universe was created from the
first intent to "Know Thyself", to experience one-self.
This desire literally creates a line of enquiry, a sense of
direction that begins to take shape as difference, and then
polarity, and then reflection, where we move into the realm
of the 2. Before 1 can get to 2 and the realm of mannas, or
"the consciousness that can reflect upon itself",
it has to blaze the trail, to strike out in the dark, it is
the power of DIVINE WILL.
number 1 is only definable through the number 2: it is multiplicity
which reveals Unity". R.A.SCHWALLER
Monad had to reach out and take form by casting its own reflection.
By doing so it created a positive and negative pole; Unity
separating itself. The original Monad is the positive Male
principle, ELECTRICITY, and the opposing end is the negative
Female principle, MAGNETIC attraction. Both are necessary
for creation since it is spirits' descent into matter."
so, at the beginning of creation the themes of opposites,
difference, polarity and duality were born. This awareness
created a movement, a vibrational thought-form that divided
the 1 into 2. The number 1 is represented by a circle, and
in sacred geometry the energy of 2 is symbolised by two circles
dividing each other through their centres. This form is known
as the Vesica Piscis.
The Vesica Piscis is the image of reflection and by that essence
of intent creates the energy blueprint for light itself. The
two circles intersecting each other creates a third form that
joins the two circles. In this space that joins the two to
birth the third, the joining of male and female energy, is
found the mathematical ratio that creates the synergy of MAGNETIC
(female) energy and ELECTRICAL (male) energy that actually
creates the electromagnetic spectrum, or LIGHT itself.
SPIRIT OF GOD MOVED UPON THE FACE OF THE WATERS, AND GOD SAID
THERE BE LIGHT", AND THERE WAS LIGHT!
Light, we have the shadow of Darkness, and the energy of 2
represents duality and polarity: Our
perceptual Universe is based upon duality/polarity, the brain
itself is constructed in the image of the 2, the right and
the left: There are two acts of thinking: Perceiving and Conceiving;
percepts and concepts. What the vesica piscis shows us is
the christ/buddhic principle of the middle way, uniting the
polarity of left and right brain perception to rebirth consciousness
and become enlightened, literally, in the image of light.
cannot reveal itself alone and on its own; shadows or darkness
must be present as well- here, therefore, you have a duality.
The Good could never reveal itself if Evil were not there
as it's shadow-picture. The duality of Good and Evil is an
essential in the manifested world" Rudolph Steiner.
the blueprint for the manifest world appears here in this
joining of the 2 to create 3: The 3 sacred ratios found in
the Vesica Piscis form the blueprint for all matter, these
are the REAL HOLY TRINITY!
a conception of the Trinity in humankind, we must fall into
the snares of the modern psychological doctrines. The lack
of perception of this primal "secret of number" has brought
much confusion into the world for a thousand years. Man needs
to get to know himself in the constant interplay of the three
systems, the Sense-nervous system, the Rhythmic system, and
the Metabolic system. There is no revelation, no manifestation,
without the sway of the Godhead behind it. Hence behind every
duality there is a hidden Oneness, a hidden unity. Therefore
the Three is nothing else than the Two and the One - the Revelation
and the Godhead behind the Revelation." Rudolph Steiner.
square root of 3 is known as the
Foundation of Light cross. The trinity is the fundamental
blueprint for manifest creation, and shows how we are all
patterned (or even patented!) from light, and that the nature
of light is to grow and expand as the universe suggests. To
meditate on the trinity through the image of the Vesica Piscis,
is to understand and experience the origin of that light within
you. It balances your polarities and takes them beyond the
bi-polar see-saw into harmony.The geometry of the Vesica Piscis
us the blueprint for light, which is based upon the geometry
of the triangle. So we can see that once the inital division
of unity has occured, the creative expansion of the energy
of multiplication is unleashed through the energy of the 3.
The triangle is called the Mother in India, because it is
the form through which the transcendent powers of Unity and
its initial division into Polarity must pass before it manifests
the surface of form. The holiness about the trinity is that
when this step of unfoldment is reached, there is no going
back, the creative force has been unleashed and set in motion,
the birth of creation has begun. And this translates to us
directly and physically as well; at the point of conception,
the male and female cells join and pass through the image
of the Vesica Piscis to begin the process of cell division.
concept of the trinity is fundamental in nature and creation
and we see the trinity mirrored in all the mystery teachings
of the ancients. 3 is regarded as the perfect number to represent
the true nature of the Godhead because it expressed the Beginning,
the Centre and the End of all things. The trinity symbolizes
the divine expression of self that is achieved when a balance
and joining of the Male (Left Brain), and Female (Right Brain),
happens, and our perceptual ability is re-born and we become
enlightened. This is symbolized in the trinity relationships
that underpin all the ancient teachings. The triangle is the
ancient symbol for the element of FIRE. We talk about the
creative fire within, that when expressed outwards, spreads
warmth and light and inspiration.
We have not to content ourselves with vaguely humanistic dreamings,
looking only for the unity in all things…It is essential for
us human beings to partake in the World-process that we experience
the living passage from unity to trinity - from the One to
the Three - and then again from the Three to the One. For
in achieving the faculty… to apprehend the archetypal Three
in all existence, we receive this into the prevailing mood
and condition of our soul. We realize that all life is based
on the activity and interplay of primal trinities of being…And
then we have an inspiration - an impelling force at once of
Nature and of the Spirit - to bring the three-fold ordering
into all life, the life we see and recognize around us and
too the life which we ourselves bring forth in action. In
the last resort it depends on the bringing-in of this Threefold
Impulse, whether the forces of disintegration and decline
in mankind's evolution can now be transmuted into forces of
new life and resurrection". Lecture: "Easter and Michaelmas:
The Three in One and the One in Three" 1923: Rudolph Steiner.
number 4 creates the form of the Square, which is the ancient
symbol for the element of Earth, and the earth, our home.
The square also represents material consciousness, and manifestation.
We build our homes on the solid, secure and safe foundations
of the square. And because the square is equal on all four
sides, it has the reputation of being very "FAIR and SQUARE".
The earth defines physical space with its 4 directions: North,
South, East and West. We talk about the '4 corners' of the
earth, and we have 4 seasons that divide the earth year. These
4 Seasons are of 3 months each, and each is guided according
to ancient wisdom by 4 Archangels:
RAPHAEL the HEALER: SPRING
the TEACHER: SUMMER
the WARRIOR: AUTUMN
the MESSENGER: WINTER
are 4 phases to the Lunar cycle: New Moon, 1st Quarter, Full
Moon, Last Quarter. Pythagoras spoke about 4 as representing
the 4 elements and therefore symbolizing the earth, or the
Macrocosm in relation to the Microcosm. He called 4 the "fountain
of natural effects and the key-bearer of Nature". There are
4 distinct phases that bring about the materialisation of
manifest forms: 1.
The idea happens 2. The seed of the idea is planted 3. Growth
occurs 4. The mature product materialises.
objective picture and symbol for the content and essence of
the 4 is to be seen in the combination of the horizontal and
the vertical at right angles to each other. The right angle,
or combination of right angles is also an objective picture
of the world of matter. The right angle and the classical
geometry based on it form the key to a conscious, perceptive
knowing and grasping of the physical, three-dimensional world.
With the experience of the essence of the 4, of physical space
as such, rises also man's consciousness of self, ego-consciousness."
Nesfield-Cookson - "Golden Blade" 1965.
geometry of the 5 teaches us about individuality AND Unity,
it shoes us how we can be totally unique individuals and yet
made in the holographic image of the Universe. The form and
reciprocal nature of the Pentagram star inside the Pentagram
is created by the Phi ratio, also known as the "Golden" ratio,
which generates infinite growth and evolution through the
power of procreation.
how many flowers have 5 petals. In fact in Nature, all plants
that bear fruits have 5-petalled flowers. The flower transforms
into the fruit, which contains seeds. An apple blossom has
5 petals: when you cut into an apple horizontally, you will
see that the seeds are also arranged in a 5-pointed, or PENTAGONAL
star formation, the same form as the flower. The proliferation
and variety of different organic forms are a direct result
of 5's vibration. The cycle of cause and effect promotes change
as growth and eventual evolution.
the Garden of Eden, Eve was offered an apple by the serpent
from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, and was told
if she consumed it, she would be given the knowledge of good
and evil. The apple carries the energy and symbolism of the
procreative power of the 5, which Eve holds within her womb.
All wrapped up with these symbols is the concept of Free Will,
the gift the Creator bestowed upon human consciousness. With
free will we have to develop our ability to discriminate between
good and evil, so that we make the right choices, the ones
that will enable evolution, rather than devolution, to progress.
Anthroposophy the number 5 throws light on the whole meaning
of human evolution and destiny. Before the Fall, or descent
into matter, the human was a four-fold being composed of physical
body, life-body, astral-body and soul, with a dim spiritual
consciousness. Had he remained a four-fold being he would
have been perpetually directed by the Gods - towards Good.
Through a fifth number the human being attains the possibility
of independence and freedom with the power to choose between
good and evil." This fifth principle, with the power of decision
and responsibility it brings, is connected with the mystery
of the developing ego or individuality. It is called spirit
STEBBING: "The Secrets of Numbers".
5 as the number of Humankind, places us in the microscopic
world, but its reflection is in that of the macroscopic world,
and as such relates the human form to the divine form of God
and the Universe as the expression of God. After all we are
told that we were created in God's image. We
see the Phi ratio all over the Human body, and throughout
the natural world, and when the ancients found this out, they
considered the Human form to be the archetype form and this
prompted the famous saying: "Man is the measure of all things".
They used the human form as their universal measuring stick,
and were able for example, to accurately plot the orbital
pathways and spatial relationships of the planets to each
other just by observing and measuring the ratios found in
the Human form. The
deeper symbolism of the geometric energy of the 5 shows how
the human form and in fact many natural forms are holographic
expressions of the creator, but certain religious movements
didn't want people to know that the divine presence and awareness
of God/dess, the Source, was within and all around us. They
wanted us to believe in a fearsome Divinity who was very far
away, watching us from up on high, and casting out judgments.
It is much easier to control the masses through fear with
such images. So, because the geometry of the pentagram inside
the pentagon holds the secret of divine creation and connection,
"the masses" were steered away from the revelatory power of
it's form with fear.
we can see that during our current time-cycle, we are rebalancing
our perceptions about the Pentagram, and can view it as the
Pythagoreans' did, a symbol of health, safety and divine magic.
The school of Pythagoras used the Pentagon and Pentagram as
its' logo. To the Pythagoreans the 5 is the number of nature
and life because above the 4 elements of Earth, Air, Fire
and Water, is the 5th and celestial element of Ether. Pythagoreans
called it "Quintessence", which means "the purest and most
essential part of anything". The divine essence within us
all. The Pythagoreans noticed that the 5 points of the Pentacle
resembled 5 capital A's interlocked, so they called this symbol
"Pentalpha". Alpha represents the element of Air and is present
everywhere, in, through and around all creation, telling us
that the divine is everywhere. Of course, the airy nature
of the 5 also relates to it's association with Mercury, the
The first principle of the concept of Anthroposophy is that
Man is not a mere constituent part of this universe, but rather
he is both the final summarizing product of evolution and
the original seed potential out of which the universe germinated.
The Vedic tradition transmits the same anthropocosmic vision
from a more metaphysical position. It tells us that God created
the universe from a desire to see itself and to adore itself.
The being of this inconceivable God may be considered as an
all-conscious, all-containing, all-powerful, homogenous endless
expanse of pure formless spirit. The desire to itself created
(or distinguished from itself) an IDEA (geometry) of itself,
called in Indian doctrines, "the Real-Idea". The unmanifest
geometry of the seed-idea is the highest power in the organization
of cosmic energy. This divine self apperception, the "Creative
Word" in Judaeo Christian thought, this event itself IS Cosmic
Man. And this Cosmic Man is what we, actual man, call the
geometrical form that the 6 vibration generates is the Hexagon,
and its internal form, the Star of David: two perfectly balanced,
interlocking equilateral triangles. Since ancient times the
Star of David, called by the Hindus the "Sign of Vishnus"
has been the most evocative symbol of the spiritual axiom,
"AS ABOVE - SO BELOW". This sacred form represents the concept
that the material world is but a reflection of the greater
reality, the unseen spiritual reality. The upward-pointing
triangle represents the heavens, the cosmic source of the
divine, while the downward-pointing triangle represents the
earth, the birth-place of material form where cosmic energy
can manifest itself and look back at its' reflection in the
this image tells us that a perfect balance must be created
between the perception and awareness of the material and spiritual
realms, and maintained, if we are to fulfill our destiny as
human beings. There has to be an integration of consciousness,
a balancing of our perceptual awareness if we are to know
ourselves as co-creators.
6 illustrates the relationship of the divine and the human,
indicating that man's evolution and expansion of consciousness
lies in the balance of the spiritual and the physical, the
eternal and the transitory. This is the founding principle
of Sacred Geometry, to address and present the laws of vibration
to both sides of the brain equally so that we can begin to
perceive with Unity consciousness.
6th card of the Tarot, Lovers, is an obvious reference to
balance and sharing; the harmonious union of opposite but
complementary components. The keyword is discrimination. The
two human figures represent opposing factors of the one Source,
Adam and Eve, male and female, positive and negative, and
the conscious and subconscious minds. This card is telling
us that these two specialized manifestations of the one life
force must become equalized before attaining unity. The male,
or conscious mind, looks to the female (the subconscious mind),
which in turn gazes up at the angel, or the super-conscious.
Only through this step-by-step process can we reach our source
and draw upon its power and inspiration. The symbolism of
the 6 is all about the union of opposites, and this can mean
the union of the left and right brain in order to perceive
the world as it really is, rather than how it appears to be.
cycle of life has six periods which are: birth, growth, decay,
death, absorption and metamorphosis. The hexad is the form
of forms, the articulation of the Universe and the maker of
the Soul". PYTHAGORAS
is always considered to be a magic and mystical number, and
this is because it is a number that resonates with the intuition,
the sub-conscious, and the more abstract and less tangible
aspects of reality. A child born under a 7 was immediately
offered a place at Pythagoras' Mystery School, due to their
natural psychic receptivity. In Mayan Numerology, the 7 represents
the magic by which the whole holds together. It represents
the void at the centre of the Universe around which everything
spins into form. The Mayans call 7 the pulsation ray of MYSTIC
POWER, which holds the centre and reflects total order: it
is the axis of symmetry. 7 represents the VOID, the dark immeasurable
depths from which consciousness emanates.
words LISTEN and SECRET both have a root letter total of 7,
and the energy of the 7 compels us to learn to listen to the
wisdom of the Higher Self, which will reveal the secrets of
life's mysteries. These are the mysteries of creation, because
in the Genesis story, God created the world in 6 days and
rested on the 7th. The 7 turns inward and looks back in retrospect
on all the lessons it has learned in the vibrations of 1 through
to 6, and to reflect on the beauty of creation, just as the
relates to time, in the changing positions of the Moon in
relation to the Earth particularly; we mark our earthly time
with 7 days in the week. Time does not stem from the physical
world and in this sense, 7 is a messenger from the spiritual
stages of individual human development are regulated in accordance
with the rhythm of 7: age 7 - the child loses its milk teeth
and gains the adult teeth. Age 14 - reaches puberty. Age 21
- completes her growth and is regarded as an independent personality
in social life. The ancients divided the human life-span into
7-year periods, recognizing that the evolutionary spiritual
rhythms of humankind, the Universe, and musical harmony align
with the number 7. We address this in great detail in the
7-fold system of evolutionary development ties in with the
chakric system of eastern philosophy. There
are 7 major chakras in the traditional chakric map, taking
us through a whole octave of sensory experience. If we can
open and balance all the chakras and expand our awareness,
we can open the doorway into infinity as expressed by the
vibration of 8. The 7 chakras correspond with the 7 spectral
colours we see in light, and we can note that wherever the
heavens interweave with human life the 7 occurs in a subtle
way: The RAINBOW is the most supersensible sight we can behold
on the earth with the physical senses and reflects the full
realm of the human perceptual bandwidth.
will change its language system when it begins to change its
wave ratios. Thus as the Soul evolves from the Earth's evolution
through the many spatial dimensions, it changes its language
from the vibrations of Sound to the Language of Light operating
on a higher frequency of Light. And this key is fulfilled
when Humankind is given the language of instruction necessary
to take us through Alpha and Omega from the Seventh Ray of
Light Creation into the Eighth Ray, the opening of the gates
of the New Heavens. J.J.HURTAK The Keys of Enoch.
shape of the 8, known as the Lemniscate, depicts the rhythm
of energy that flows around and within two polar opposites.
The material realm is a reflection, the polar opposite of
the Spiritual world. The 8 shows us how these polar opposites
pass through the same point of unity before measuring their
differences. The crossing point of the figure 8 suggests the
crossing-point from the material realm to the spiritual realm,
the "needle's eye" through which it is difficult for those
chained to materialism to pass. Esotericism sees the 8 as
signifying a resurrection into a higher consciousness, and
representing the eternal and spiral motion of cycles. If we
look at the 8 symbol, we see that it forms an endless looping
in and out, a giving and receiving of energy in a never-ending
cycle. Along with zero, the 8 is the only number that can
be drawn over and over without taking your pen off the paper.
The symbol of 8 is the infinity symbol, and is a vibration
of great power, strength, endurance and stamina. It symbolises
the endless cycle of cause and effect, which generates the
laws of karma and the cycle of life in general. The karmic
cycle is what keeps us focused on the earth plane, and underpins
the physics of gravitational attraction, something the figure
8 displays graphically.
Saturn is the planet linked to the number 8. Saturn rules
the world of order and form, and has a powerful impact on
our lives. When Saturn's influence is strong we often face
situations where we suddenly or finally have to face or change
our response-ability. Response- Ability, is our ability to
respond to situations, and Saturn is known for shaking up
the order of things to get to the truth of situations, so
often, well-established foundations will break apart to reveal
the fundamental reality underneath. The 8 is the revealer
of truth and knowledge.
is a valuable exercise to move in thought back and forth between
the polar realms, the concave and the convex spaces, which
involves passing through a point of nothingness to make a
complete polar transformation from one space to another. One
is the peripheral space of the body of formative forces; the
other the centric space of the physical body. It forms a whole
picture of what Rudolph Steiner called a lemniscatory space
- the space, in which, in fact, realms of centric and peripheral
processes are united. He saw the relation of the Sun and Earth
in terms of a space-formation of this kind, and the creation
of the human form also." Olive Whicher: Sunspace.
9 is the final single digit in the root essence family, it
naturally completes cycles of experience. But it also initiates
new cycles, because after 9 comes 10, and a whole new cycle
of experience begins. The vibration of 9 resonates with the
themes of attainment, perfection and completion. As the last
root essesnce number it symbolises the pinnacle of iIdealism,
the top of the mountain. And it carries the energy of completion
because the gestation period of the human foetus is 9 months.
So 9 is the number of wisdom through experience.
can see that the 6 and the 9 are the same symbol, just flipped
vertically. The 9 is a spiral that moves out from the centre,
which expresses the energy of evolution, while the 6 is a
spiral that curves inwards, symbolising involution and fertility.
The 9, like the 6, is very sensitive to the needs of others
and it wants to make the world a better place in which to
live. However, where the 6 is influenced and orientated by
the family unit, the 9 sees the whole human race as it's family
and often creates a very close "alternative" family of friends
around it. The 9 is known as the humanitarian vibration.
and the sun are linked together symbolically, especially in
Mayan numerology. The vibration of 9, according to the ancient
Maya, generates the vibration of cyclic periodicity, or the
cycles of time governed by the sun's movements. The sun's
movements through the sky denote the seasons, the months,
the days and the nights. Again, the themes of evolution, and
ascension are emphasized and utilized with the energy of the
9 in the Mayan philosophies; many of the Mayan pyramids in
the Yucatan are Ascension chambers, and they have 9 steps
up to the top plateau.
symbol of 9 is often referred to as the "Lamp of Hermes",
the vibration that can enlighten humanity through its wisdom.
The 9, then, symbolizes reflected light, and we can look to
the 9th card in the tarot to elaborate upon this symbolism
further: The 9th card in the Tarot is The HERMIT. The Hermit
is standing on top of a mountain, holding out her lamp of
reflected ageless wisdom to the rest of humanity. She has
attained, and evolved through the cycles of growth that 9
Hermit has detached from the pettiness and density of the
material plane by focusing on the task and goals she has set
for herself and by looking at all obstacles as opportunities
for growth, experience, and ultimately wisdom. The key symbolism
of the Hermit is the "Lamp of Hermes" that she holds out.
If you look closely, you will notice that the symbol of 9
is actually a lamp with a handle, a container of light that
enlightens and illuminates darkness and ignorance. The Hermit
knows that knowledge is worthless and meaningless if it is
isn't shared. True wisdom, and true fulfillment is achieved
by giving out and reflecting your knowledge, and watching
it enlighten others.
Pythagoreans called 9 "The Ocean and the Horizon", because
it had all the numbers within it and none beyond it, as the
ocean contained all the water and all that is within the water
and continued to the horizon as far as the eye could see.
For after 9 is 10. And all numbers following, when added together
to the last digit, cannot produce a number higher than 9 as
its root. So it returns to itself as water to the ocean."
ROOT-ESSENCE vibrations are expressed via the single-digit numbers
1-9. Most compound numbers (double digits or more) are reduced to
their single digit root-essence numbers in classic numerological
practice. However there are some exceptional numbers that are not
reduced to their root essence, because they carry an energy that
is greater than the sum of it's parts! The vibration of 11 holds
an auspicious place in numerology and sacred geometry because the
deeper symbolism of this vibration reveals the revelation of the
REAL Holy Trinity, and is also the generator of light, which forms
the basic fabric for conscious existence. 11, and all multiples
of 11 up to 99 (11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, 99) are therefore
considered Master Numbers and hold particular aspirations and challenges.
Roz goes into detail about the master number vibrations in the workshops.
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