Pythagorean numerology

Pythagorean numerology, also known as Western numerology, is a form of numerology based on the teachings of the ancient Greek philosopher Pythagoras. It's one of the most widely used system of numerology and it is widely accepted and practiced by many numerologists.

In Pythagorean numerology, each letter of the alphabet is assigned a numerical value from 1 to 9. Once the numerical values of the letters in a person's name and birth date are determined, the Pythagorean numerologist will add the numbers together to form a number, which forms the basis of a person's numerology chart.

Pythagorean numerology chart is composed of several different elements, including the life path number, the expression number, the soul urge number, the personality number, and the birthday number. Each of these elements is believed to reveal information about an individual's personality, strengths, and weaknesses, as well as their potential for success and happiness.

Who was Pythagoras?

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Illustration from 1913 showing Pythagoras teaching a class of women. Many prominent members of his school were women[87][88] and some modern scholars think that he may have believed that women should be taught philosophy as well as men.[89]

Pythagoras was an ancient Greek philosopher and mathematician who is best known as the founder of Pythagoreanism, a religious and philosophical movement. He is credited with developing the Pythagorean theorem which states that the square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides. He was also a mystic who believed in the transmigration of souls, and he developed a system of numbers and symbols to explain the universe. He was a teacher who founded a school in Crotona, Italy, where he taught mathematics, music, and astronomy.