Free Numerology reading

New York Public Library - Grand Central
135 E 46th St

How to read the first part of the chart (which contains your first three digits): The number 1 is the root of the word “one” which means “one thing; sole reality.” This number represents your spiritual and mental nature. The 1 is the core of the soul... more

How to read the first part of the chart (which contains your first three digits): The number 1 is the root of the word “one” which means “one thing; sole reality.” This number represents your spiritual and mental nature. The 1 is the core of the soul as it is the foundation of your self-identity. The number 2 is the number of your Heart/Soul, or what lies within each of us. The number 3 is the core of the mind, representing the reason we exist on this planet. The number 4 is the origin of all things, the source of life itself. The number 5 is the ground of the Earth, the basic element from which all things come. The number 6 is the point where you begin to grasp the meaning of the world around you. The number 7 is the foundation of everything created by God. The number 8 is the heart of the universe, the center of all creation. The number 9 is the final number, the divine spark of creation. The number 10 is the very essence of God, the ultimate cosmic intelligence.


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135 E 46th St
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