Three months ago I made a light-hearted comment in my blog that numbers should be accepted in any order, so that 8 x 4 = 23 and 7 x 7 = 94. That prompted a numerologist to get in touch, who, then armed with my full name and date of birth, created my personal numerology reading.
And d’you know what? It’s friggin’ accurate. It says my Life Path Number…well, never mind what it says about that, but take my word for it, it’s absolutely spot on! I am prepared to share my Expression Number findings, though: “The ultimate height of your personal expression in life is the chance to offer to others. You work well with people of all ages but particularly delight in inspiring creativity in children and young adults. Others trust you implicitly because you are so kind, considerate and consistent.”
My Soul Urge Number shows achievement in the artistic world, and exhibiting my talents is second nature. And what about the comment that I may have developed a beautiful speaking voice? What the hell? Well, I’m a writer now, but before that I was a broadcaster. Oh, and I did win the Spoken English competition at school three years on the trot before Patricia Dunn came along and knocked me off that particular throne. This is uncanny.
There is so much more that hits every nail squarely on the head every time. How can twaddle like this be so right? Well, the numerologist tells me: “Numbers govern much, if not most, of what happens in your life; relationships, health and finances. Just by knowing your name and date of birth I can tell you things about yourself and even your future that will blow your mind.”
So is there really some greater cosmic influence at work? Dunno. But I’m off now to check my horoscope.