Frequencies and the Universe

I’ve really been drawn to looking more deeply into numbers lately, and their vibrational frequencies.  We’ve learned over the centuries that numbers — like colors and other things — vibrate at specific frequencies.  But Nikola Tesla was the person who truly first suggested that numbers resonate at specific frequencies, and that maybe, just maybe, sound vibrations were instrumental in creating life as we know it on earth.  
Without clogging up this post by going into too much detail, here is an excellent thread that exemplifies what Tesla is referring to.  
There are factions who discount numerology as a “science” because it’s nearly impossible, using modern standards, to measure the impact a numeral may have in the lives of humans.  Those who discount it use the same argument against astrology, yet millions around the globe use both numerology and astrology as roadmaps to guide them through their lives.  
We know that mathematics appear in nearly every process humans currently use.  Mathematics are variables in the form of numbers that can describe very complex systems.  Take music as an example.  
“…music has no axiomatic foundation in modern mathematics, though mathematics is “the basis of sound” and sound itself “in its musical aspects…exhibits a remarkable array of number properties”, simply because nature itself “is amazingly mathematical”.”
In my personal experience, I find that numbers play a tremendous role in how I make decisions.  Not simply by picking a “lucky number,” or following my intuition when continually being present to see “11:11” on the clocks in my house.  It has been through careful research and consideration as to how I process numbers through my mind and how those frequencies interact daily with my biology.  We as a people seem to place weight on such things as the Briggs Meyer Personality Spectrum, in which a series of questions can determine which one of 16 personality types you most specifically fall under.  Psychology was once thought of as a pseudo-science, same as numerology and astrology.  Yet now, in the 21st century, we rely on psychology for many, many ideas and ways of living.  Briggs Meyer is a perfect example of this.  Corporations use the exam to determine the suitability of potential and current employees for success with their company.  
There have been ways in which numerology and astrology both have been exploited as simply a means of entertainment.  When you read your “horoscope” in a newspaper, it’s typically found on the comics page.  Same as science has been exploited throughout human history.  It’s the intent behind the information that should be taken into account.  An astrologist is not merely guessing at what planetary presences mean to us, they’ve studied the ancient science thoroughly, and make educated statements based on their interpretation of the results.  
When I take the Briggs Meyer test, I always fall squarely into the INTJ category. If we took the theory that each letter vibrates on a numerical frequencywe find that I and J equate with the number 1, T equates with the number 4, and N equates with the number 5. 1+1+4+5= 11.  So the vibration of an INTJ is 11, which in numerology is considered a Master Number.  
There are three Numerology numbers that can be difficult to overcome — but when you do, they can be profoundly positive. These are Numerology’s Master numbers: 11, 22 and 33, and they may appear anywhere throughout your Numerology chart. Master numbers are some of the most intuitive, powerful and influential of all numbers — true blessings, disguised as unfortunate, difficult obstacles.
It just so happens that my Life Path Number is ALSO 11, which can then be further distilled into the numeral 2, or 11/2.  From that information, I can then go to my resources to determine what the various interpretations of that number and numbers can mean for me.  It’s not predictive — like the weather’s not predictive — but tells me what combinations, or frequencies, are present in my immediate sphere of life.  How I utilize those frequencies, and how I choose which are more relevant is up to me, but not based on guessing.  Based on life experience and how I have previously reacted to those frequencies.  Just like astrology is not a predictive science, numerology only provides us with better information in how we move forward.  I tend to take the theory of number frequencies quite seriously.
Here’s what the numeral 11, as a Master number, looks like by interpretation:
Positive Characteristics: A Master number, the 11 is the most intuitive of all numbers. It is instinctual, charismatic, dynamic and capable when its sights are set on a concrete goal. The 11 is the number associated with faith and psychics.Negative Characteristics: The 11 can be anxious, shy, stressed, conflicted and scattered. When focus is not applied toward a goal, the 11 can be extremely self-sabotaging. As a Master number, the positive characteristics will turn into obstacles when not understood or used properly.There are numbers that repeat for me throughout life.  3 is one of them.  Tesla spoke of the number three hiding secrets to our existence.

I think that as science progresses, it will start to uncover some of these theories as fact.  It’s that we don’t currently have the means by which to measure them.


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