The numeric essence of the Nature

The numbers are magical. Pythagoras was the Greek mathematician of the VI century before Christ, who collected and systematized certain teachings that inspired in part what is currently known as traditional numerology. For Pythagoras, numbers make up the universe and govern the existence: everything that exists in the world is governed by a number that describes its nature and constitutes its essence. The traditional Numerology looks for a numerical sense to everything and tries to explain this sense with associations that are based on the primitive Pythagorean explanations. With the passage of time it has been enriched, with other meanings of diverse origin.

Cardinal numbers and ordinals

In linguistics, the natural integers one, two, three, four, five… are called adjectives cardinal numerals. In mathematics a cardinal number is an extension of this notion to name certain sets, even the infinite sets.
For example, 7 days a week, 7 capital sins, the 7 hills of Rome, are three sets that share an attribute that is not shared with the 5 fingers of the hand, the 5 senses or the 5 geographic continents. You can put in evidence this quality by matching one by one to the respective elements of these sets. It can be said that "seven" is the cardinal number that corresponds to the days of the week, the capital sins and to the hills of Rome. As the cardinal number "five" is a quality that corresponds to the fingers of the hand to the senses and the geographic continents. "Seven" and "Five" are in this case an essential property of these sets.
Each of the fingers of the hand can be matched with an element of the whole of the continents: America, Antarctica, Africa, Eurasia, Oceania. There is a certain one-to-one correspondence between each item in the set of the fingers of the hand with the set of the continents. To each one of the five fingers of the hand we can match one of the continents. In this sense one can say that there is an equivalence relation between them. In mathematics can be said that it establishes a new relationship between them bijective, or also that these sets are equipotential.
In Mathematics is called ordinal number to a logical object that allows you to set a certain type of order in a set. As in linguistics the words "first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth…," are called numerals ordinal adjectives and serve to clarify the range of an item in a collection or the order of an event in a succession. The finite ordinal numbers can be identified with the natural integers, who identify themselves with the cardinal numbers finite. But this identification is not true in the case of infinite sets, since the cardinal numbers correspond to the ordinal numbers but the reciprocal is false.

The Numerology and Gematria

Numerology Pythagorean and Gematria deal with natural numbers of finite. Analyze the value numerology of the name and date of birth offers personal valuable information on the character of the person. The name may reveal three numbers that allow to understand different facets of the person: the intimate number or the heart, the number of the personality and the number of expression. You could even change of name if one is not satisfied with its numerology significance. The date of birth, which describes an essential element of the person, is not editable. It is not surprising that the number associated to this date is what you call the "number of the destination"… in print runs of Tarot, especially when they are also used the arcana minors, the methods of reduction and numerical interpretation provided by the Gematria are very significant.


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