Combined numerology is a means of divination using numbers and number sequences. Understanding numerology, or at least basic numerology, is essential for understanding both synergy and synchronicity - which you can read about in Natural Law.
Numerology is widely used in all sciences as a means of verification and getting to the truth. It is also - as you will discover - used throughout mysticism and magic for the exact same reasons - divination, verification and getting to the truth.
In life certain things happen and certain things occur at regular intervals, or they repeat over a certain period. Consider that the I-Ching, which is another system of divination also based on numbers, known as cleromancy, was developed through mystics observing patterns made by the wind in the desert to form sand dunes. Numbers and number sequences occur repeatedly throughout nature.
Now you can either go off and learn the I-Ching and memorize all 64 hexes and number sequences, or you can stick with Combined Numerology which is based on the 14 most important numbers.
How Combined Numerology works
In Combined numerology you have fourteen of the most important numbers in numerology, from zero to thirteen, each is assigned a mystical principle. For example a Two (2) symbolizes or signifies a duality or polarity. A Four (4) will symbolize a cardinal direction, indicating a root cause for a specific set of circumstances or event and a possible consequence of continuing a course of action. A Ten (10) will symbolize or signify a risk, a possibility, or an opportunity.
To access a mystical principle, simply select a number from the tab above the dice. The mystical principle will be revealed, together with it's corresponding card from the Major Arcana of the Tarot and - if they exist - corresponding symbolism in astrology (using the model of Western astrology). It doesn't matter whether you believe in astrology or not, or the Tarot because the association of each number and mystical principle is a symbolic occult reference and nothing more than this. All you need to know is how the symbolism behind each number is shared throughout the Tarot and astrology.
Please keep in mind that Combined Numerology is based on mystical principles and not the symbolism or meanings shared throughout the Tarot and astrology. This is Qultura, not an online course in either the Tarot or astrology.
Combined numerology can become significant in dreamweaving activities which is based on the 'magical' component of Unmind and it's a useful skill to develop.
How to use Combined Numerology
You can use Combined numerology to figure out energy cycles, vibrations, and patterns of energy cycles. This can be anything from observing your breathing patterns or taking your pulse to figure out how stressed or relaxed you are to determine a course or action or even figure out your direction in life.
Essentially you need to arrive at a base number, which is usually a single digit or primary number, or one of the first few double digits. You do this by adding together the digits of any number until you reach a single digit.
Take a look at the example below of Nine to see how you arrive at a base number.
Nine (9) - the mystical principle of truth
Nine is the highest single digit and considered the most potent magical number because it's the base magical number Three (3) squared. It's considered the most potent magical number because you can multiply any number by 9 and arrive back at a base number of 9.
- 9 x 3 = 27, then 2 + 7 = 9
- 9 x 2 = 18, then 1 + 8 = 9
- 9 x 9 = 81, then 8 + 1 = 9
- 9 x 54 = 486, then 4 + 8 + 6 = 18, then 1 + 8 = 9
- 9,687 x 9 = 87,183, then 8 + 7 + 1 + 8 + 3 = 27, then 2 + 7 = 9
You can try this out for yourself with any number, multiplying it by nine. As you can see if you keep adding the single digits together until you arrive back at a single number you will always arrive back at a 9.
It is for this reason that Nine (9) is associated with the mystical principle of truth.
Zero (0) - space and non-existence
Zero is the mystical principle of space and non-existence as the fundamental basis of reality.
Zero is relative to The Fool in the Major Arcana of the Tarot.
One (1) - consciousness and existence
One in numerology symbolizes and signifies consciousness, the mystical principle of unity between everything in existence.
One is relative to The Magician in the Major Arcana of the Tarot.
One is also relative to the astrological sign of Aries and its associated planet, Mars.
Two (2) - duality and polarity
Two in numerology always symbolizes and signifies a duality or polarity such as consciousness and space, existence and non-existence, light and dark, good and evil, male and female, reality and illusion, trauma and drama, animal and plant, marine and land based, self and other, organism and environment, life and death, consciousness and unconsciousness, love and fear, and so on and so forth.
Two is relative to The High Priestess in the Major Arcana of the Tarot.
Two is also relative to the astrological sign of Taurus and the physical symbolism of its associated planet Venus.
Three (3) - biological evolution and natural growth
Three in numerology always symbolizes a relationship to a natural environment and growth, as well as physical and psychological growth through biological evolution. There's always a relationship between consciousness, energy and space,
For this reason three in numerology symbolizes and signifies autonomy and is considered the base magical number.
Three is relative to The Empress in the Major Arcana of the Tarot.
Three is also relative to the astrological sign of Gemini and the physical symbolism of its associated planet, Mercury.
Four (4) - cardinal direction and flow
Four in numerology and mysticism always symbolizes and signifies a foundation of some sort; the four cardinal directions, the four corners of a structure, the four suits of the Tarot (swords, cups, wands and coins), the four components of language; words, symbols, numbers and music, the four interactive components of the universe; akasha (spirit), consciousness, energy and space, the four basic components of a magic spell; mystical awareness, spell, intent and method, and so on, and so forth.
Four is relative to The Emperor in the Major Arcana of the Tarot.
Four is also relative to the astrological sign of Cancer and it's associated planet the Moon.
Five (5) - creativity, drama, and authority
Five in numerology and mysticism generally symbolizes and signifies the five senses, the five elements in some eastern astrology and divination systems; fire, water, earth, air and wood or metal, it also symbolizes creativity, drama, external authority, and in some systems the patriarchy and rising male Ego.
Five is relative to the Hierophant in the Major Arcana of the Tarot.
Five is also relative to the astrological sign of Leo and its associated planet the Sun.
Six (6) - The Sun, solar power and the Sacred Masculine Principle
Six is the mystical principle of the Sun, solar power and the Sacred Masculine Principle, manifest through service to others in the community.
Six is relative to The Lovers in the Major Arcana in the Tarot.
Six is also relative to the astrological sign of Virgo and the conscious symbolism of its associated planet, Mercury.
Seven (7) - The Moon, lunar power and the Sacred Feminine Principle
Seven is the mystical principle of the Moon, lunar power, and the Sacred Feminine Principle, manifest through the necessity of empathy and love in relationships.
Seven is relative to the Chariot in the Major Arcana of the Tarot.
Seven is also relative to the astrological sign of Libra and the conscious symbolism of its associated planet, Venus.
Eight (8) - Akashic (non-physical) power
Eight symbolizes and signifies mystical power.
Eight is relative to Strength in the Major Arcana of the Tarot.
Eight is also directly relative to the astrological sign of Scorpio and its associated planet Pluto.
Nine (9) - Truth
Nine symbolizes and signifies truth.
Nine is relative to The Hermit in the Major Arcana of the Tarot.
Nine is also relative to the astrological sign of Sagittarius and its associated planet Jupiter.
Ten (10) - Risk, chance, opportunity and possibility
Ten in mysticism represents risk, opportunity, chance and fortune. It also, in case you're not sure represents the mystical transaction and the binary of existence.
Ten is relative to The Wheel of Fortune in the Major Arcana of the Tarot.
Ten is also relative to the astrological sign of Capricorn and its associated planet Saturn.
Eleven (11) - Equanimity, community and justice
Eleven in numerology and mysticism always symbolizes and signifies community, equality, fairness, justice and equanimity between self and other.
Eleven is relative to Justice in the Major Arcana of the Tarot.
Eleven is also relative to the astrological sign of Aquarius and its associated planet Uranus.
Twelve (12) - Unresolved karma
Fundamentally twelve in numerology and mysticism is all about karma, in particular unresolved karma.
Twelve is relative to The Hanged man in the Major Arcana of the Tarot.
It is also relative to the astrological sign of Pisces and its associated planet Neptune.
Thirteen (13) - Reincarnation and change
Thirteen symbolizes and signifies reincarnation and transformation.
It is relative to Death in the Major Arcana of the Tarot.