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by Jesse Kalsi
Numbers are alive and are represented by planetary energy. They have a direct impact on our success, health, happiness and prosperity.
There are several different kinds of numerology; each has its particular strengths. However, even the best system is worthless without clear and consistent interpretation relative to the issues at hand. With clarity, insight, and compassion Jesse has consulted with individuals regarding their personal and business lives.
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I use the term “AstroNumerology” because I associate numbers with planets, which are astronomical bodies. AstroNumerology is not about adding numbers up; it is about looking at each individual number, since each represents a particular planet, and considering the totality of the number’s own “planetary system.” Each planet is further associated with different precious & semi-precious gems, colors, and the basic relationships of planets within the Solar System.
Adding a certain number to improve a vibration for a home or business (“patching”)* is like adding the energy of another planet to a home or business. Most homes or businesses are patched very specifically, based on the type of business or the date(s) of birth and names(s) of the person(s) living in the residence. In the Vedic tradition, numbers are also related to the four elements, which correspond to the cardinal points. Since I grew up in India, I was surrounded by Vedic traditions, including Vedic numerology. However, I use the following correspondences between numbers and planets:
- The Sun
- The Moon
Many traditional Vedic numerologists just add numbers up until they achieve a single-digit result and work with the characteristics only of that number. A home address of 2733 would thus be 2+7+3+3 or 15, then 1+5, or 6. The Vedic numerologist would then consult on the characteristics of the number 6 with the client. However, AstroNumerology takes all the planetary energies present in an address into account. Using the same home address, we see that 2733 has the Moon, followed by Neptune, followed by two Jupiter’s. These planets move about each other in a Venus vibration. All five of these planets (remember, two Jupiters!) must be considered.
Let’s look at a well-known address: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. Many traditional Vedic numerologist would add this up to a 7 (1+6+0+0) and consult with the client about the number 7 alone. In AstroNumerology, the number 1600 represents the Sun and Venus moving about each other in a Neptune vibration. The two zeroes amplify, for better or for worse, the energies represented by all three planets. The Sun and Venus together on a home address have a discordant energy. This combination also brings in confusion, deception, and miscommunication. One must be careful while close to a fire, whether in a fireplace or the kitchen, because accidents could easily happen near the flames.
If 1600 were a business address, it could be extremely profitable, depending on the kind of business. Food, music, and technology are three business’ which could flourish in such a number. Unfortunately, diplomacy and policy are not enterprises that flourish in this vibration, as many United States Presidents have discovered to their dismay. The number 1600 is also destructive of personal reputations and personal growth.
The Power Of Home Numbers
“Our old house was smaller, but much happier than this one. My husband’s job was more fulfilling and our children were joyful. We moved to this house, and…what happened?”
This question and others have been posed to Jesse Kalsi over the past two decades. His experiences in helping people improve the relationships under their roof are outlined in The Power of Home Numbers.
The Power of Home Numbers is a unique presentation of how your date of birth, home address, and name work (or don’t) in your favor. Moving to a “better” house can sometimes backfire in unexpected ways.
A favorable residential address can bring family peace, harmonious relationships, and long-lasting partnerships with good neighbors. An unfavorable residential address can have multiple negative effects: health consequences, financial stress, family disruption….
Drawing on Eastern and Western numerological traditions, Mr. Kalsi explains the energies of the numbers 1 through 9, discusses the significance of 0, and presents numbers as they appear in residential addresses. Each number signifies a specific planet, e.g., 6 represents Venus; thus, an address including a 6 involves the relationships of the resident(s) with Venus. This system, “AstroNumerology,” is used for business success by professional athletes, businesspeople, and celebrities in the media world.
The Power of Home Numbers analyzes combinations of birthdates and personal names, residential addresses, and their planetary energy so that the reader becomes aware of their inter-connection. Where an address is unfavorably aspected, Mr. Kalsi explains how he has used Number Patching™ to elevate the resonance of the address.
All analyses preserve the privacy of involved individuals; the only true names are in the chapters involving world affairs.
To understand why things are perhaps not working as well in your current home as they did in a previous dwelling, look to The Power of Home Numbers for enlightenment.
In addition to the home numbers being in tune with the occupants (the subject of my first book), it is extremely important that the business name vibrations be in sync with the owner’s name and the business address, based on the owner’s personal energy. In my experience, I have realized that these two vibrations – name and home – must vibrate positively for success and prosperity. Precious gems like blue sapphire, ruby, diamond, yellow sapphire, cat’s eye, pearl, amethyst, red coral, and emerald can also be used to bring good luck and more opportunities based on the owner’s personal energy.
Besides home numbers, name numbers, and the use of gems, bank account numbers to draw the energy of wealth, telephone numbers to bring positive information, and car registration numbers are some other examples that should be considered very carefully. Numbers correspond with colors, too: by knowing one’s basic numerology, the right colors can be used to enhance the well-being and draw the right spiritual energy.
It is also extremely important that the energy of homes be cleared on a regular basis. Many techniques, like burning sage, repainting the interior, removing old drapes, and dowsing, help in keeping the numbers vibrating positively.
Business Name Changes
The success of a business is greatly dependent on the business’s name with the right numerological vibration and a positive business address. Different kinds of businesses have different kinds of energy; for example, a food business works well with the Moon (#2) and Neptune (#7), real estate with Saturn (#8), and communications and the media with Mercury (#5). It is also extremely important that the business be born at an auspicious astrological time.
Numbers play a very important part in the buying and selling of real estate. Having been in the real estate business myself for 15 years, I have realized that certain numerologies always pull money while other numbers constantly drain cash and bring health challenges and other personal problems.
The name “Microsoft” has the energy of Jupiter, the largest planet, the energy of wealth and expansion; an excellent name that has brought Microsoft financial success and a huge global presence. The address (One Microsoft Way) and Bill Gates’ date of birth (October 28, 1955) work to the great advantage of Microsoft. There couldn’t be a better combination than the #1 and #4 coming together here: #4 and #1 act like a mirror image of each other. The Sun + Uranus are magical.
Apple, at 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA, is represented by the mighty Sun (the #1 in the street address) and by Neptune (#7 represented in the name “Apple”), a very mysterious kind of planetary energy. The Sun and Neptune flow in harmony; they’re very compatible energies, and this is one of the many reasons Apple has become a global company. For additional Sun influence, one need only look to Steve Jobs’ date of birth-February 24, 1955-and see that it’s an additional Sun-influenced day. Two Suns working together bring the success Apple has experienced, in harmony with its name.
The Importance of Jersey Numbers in Sports
Over the years, I’ve observed that jersey numbers vibrate very powerfully for the players who wear them. These numbers need to be in sync with the players’ names and dates of birth for the player to maximize his potential for success.
In India, where cricket is a huge interest and players also wear player numbers, numerologists are consulted before a player is assigned a number. This is because the number must vibrate with the player’s personal energies. Even in individual sports (for example, tennis or golf), an athlete’s date of birth and publicly known name will vibrate either to help or hinder the athlete.
In June 2005, NFL running back Clinton Portis agreed to pay $18,000 to former Washington Redskins teammate Ifeanyi Ohalete to avoid a trial between the two players. When Portis had been traded to the Redskins by the Denver Broncos in 2004, he wanted jersey number 26, which he had worn for two seasons at Denver. However, Ohalete was already wearing 26 for the Redskins. After discussions, the two players agreed that Ohalete would give Portis the number 26 in exchange for $40,000 and would wear number 30 instead. Clearly, jersey numbers mean a lot to their wearers!
About the Author
Jesse Kalsi is a world-renowned numerologist. He specializes in residential, business, and sports numerology and provides valuable insight on the power of numbers and how they affect our lives. In his book, The Power of Home Numbers, he combines his Eastern upbringing with his Western experience to bring awareness and understanding of this phenomenon.
Over the past 20+ years, Jesse has consulted thousands of people and affected their lives positively. His clients include prominent business people and extremely successful communication and entertainment companies. Jesse Kalsi has appeared on many radio and television shows in the U.S., and his unique perspective on Numerology has amazed his audience. He lives in Northern California with his family.
More information is available at http://www.jessekalsi.com.
by Lynn Woodland
Does anyone remember the Harmonic Convergence? Back in 1987? It was an unusual astrological pile-up that according to organizer, José Arguelles, was supposed to send a “vibrational signal” to our species to change in the direction of unity and peace. Just a flash-in-the-pan, fringe spiritual event with no lasting consequences, right? There isn’t much peace on earth to show for it.
The event, in and of itself, had some historical significance in that it was massive, and only the second time such a large, global event had been organized to direct consciousness toward the goal of unity (the first being the World Peace Meditation sponsored just months earlier by the Global Family, which became an important organizer for the Harmonic Convergence). Many famous people participated, including John Denver, Shirley MacLaine and Timothy Leary. Even Johnny Carson of the Tonight Show got his audience to chant OM for the event. Probably millions were touched in some way and nothing of this magnitude had ever happened before. Remember, this was before we were all connected by social media and the internet. It was a much bigger deal to organize something like that. But still… ushering in peace on earth? Come on!
As this event was based on an astrological happening, I decided to explore this question for myself by looking at it astrologically. In particular, I looked at the movement of the planet Saturn because, astrologically, Saturn is said to create time frames, stress points and structure. It takes roughly 29 years to transit 360 degrees, full circle, around the zodiac and if you look at the moment in time when something begins, be it a human life, an organization, or the birth of a new impulse toward unity, approximately every 7 years—the time it takes Saturn to move 90 degrees from where it was at the starting point—there will a testing or eventful marker of some sort. What’s strong will become stronger, what’s weak will be stressed, often to the point of breakdown.
So I dug out my ephemeris and tracked the progress of Saturn by precise 90 degree intervals. First I found this date: September 11, 2001, (at the 180 degree mark) the day the Towers fell in New York City—definitely a world-shaking event. I also found a late September date in 2008 (the 270 degree mark)—the time when Lehman Bros collapsed, starting a serious nose dive of the global economy. The loud and dire nature of these events certainly speaks to Saturn’s capacity to create stress and breakdown but do they have anything to do with unity consciousness? And what about the first 90 degree mark in 1995? Nothing as world-changing as the beginning of the war on terror or global economic disaster seemed to happen that year.
Or maybe it did, though there were reputable journalists of the era saying it would never amount to much. The years between 1987 and 1995 pretty closely bracketed the incubation phase of a world-changing phenomenon. 1987 marked the first year that the internet had significantly more users than the tiny, elite group it had prior to this time, and 1995 is when the internet was privatized and really took off in a huge way. So 1987-95 is the period of time when the internet as we know it was developed and launched for mass consumption.
Since then, the internet has played a huge role in evolving global consciousness. It has created infrastructures for new models of egalitarian power and given access to global interconnectedness to nearly everyone. This quietly growing infrastructure has so quickly become a daily necessity that it’s easy to lose perspective of its magnitude. As old infrastructures based on greed, fear and hierarchical power escalate to extremes with dire consequences that could destroy us, this amazing new infrastructure has been growing into a web of life that just might save us.
1995, 2001, 2008…. This brings us to… now. Saturn has now come precisely (to the exact degree) full circle around the zodiac from where it was on 8/17/87. Symbolically, a Saturn return is said to be a coming-of-age time when what’s weak falls apart, what’s strong solidifies, and there’s an opportunity to see the consequences of our choices coming fully to fruition. How does that translate to in the “growing up” of a vibrational impulse? Where have our choices since then led us?
Well, we’re seeing that waging war against terrorism has created more terrorists than ever before. So, the war on terror—maybe not a good choice. And, did you know that only 55% of the electorate voted in the 2012 election? And less than 40% in the 2014 midterms? Consequently, big money interests have been able to pour enough money into elections, especially in mid-term years, to easily swing them toward their preferred candidates. Heck, they only need to sway as little as 18% of low information, single issue voters with anti-abortion/gay rights/gun laws/immigration platforms. Then—oh no!—one day we wake up to find the children of an entire Midwestern city have been irreparably poisoned due to cost cutting. So… political apathy, maybe not a good choice either.
I could keep going with all of our not-so-good choices coming back to bite us, but we’re also seeing that the internet has profoundly shaped a whole generation who now takes for granted a high level of connectivity and easy access to decentralized, nonhierarchical, global communities. For the first time, a generation of tech-savvy young people are growing up to have more in common with their peers in other parts of the world than they do with older generations of their own culture.
The people born in the time frame since 1987 are showing an enormous proclivity for embracing principles of sharing, collaboration and egalitarianism, and are much less concerned about such differences as race, culture or gender orientation. Unlike the 1980’s when “young urban professionals” aspired to heights of conspicuous consumption, today’s youth aspire toward collaborative consumption, sharing economy, and sustainability—much of which is internet-enabled.
Might they be the most obvious manifestation of this unity impulse that’s come to change the direction of our species? Interestingly, it’s this millennial generation that is embracing the grumpy granddad of the presidential race. If this leaves you baffled, just take a look at this: http://together.vote/. It’s a real Harmonic Convergence moment.
So this most recent transit of Saturn made its touchdown in January of 2016 (coinciding with a dramatic stock market crash) and the effects of the transit will be felt all year due to the slow and retrograding motion of the planet. Then in mid-February, Supreme Court Justice, Antonin Scalia, the most senior and most conservative member of the Court, suddenly and unexpectedly died. Now, for the first time in decades the sharply polarized court is no longer a 5-4 conservative majority and Scalia’s replacement will have unprecedented power to reshape the law of our land in enormously consequential ways—a huge game-changer for years to come.
The Saturn return ends with one more exact pass over the precise degree in late October/early November of 2016. I wonder what will be happening then? Oh, yeah, the presidential election. Hang on to your hats. Something tells me that this year and this election are going to be a wild ride.
This is a pivotal moment. If we don’t wake up and learn to stand together now, the next seven to twenty-nine years are likely to be a lot rougher than the last. But on the other hand, if we get it, if we truly get it, without everyone over 29 having to die off first; if we realize how easy it is to simply show up together—even if it’s just to stay informed and vote every couple of years—maybe even aging baby boomers like me who remember the heady promise of the Harmonic Convergence, will live to see promise fulfilled.
About the author:
Lynn Woodland is an international teacher, author of Making Miracles: Create New Realities for Your Life and Our World, and creator of the online Miracles Course. Her particular expertise is in what gives rise to miracles and in teaching ordinary people to live extraordinary lives so that miracles become, not just possible, but natural. www.lynnwoodland.com.
by Jill Kramer
February 1988 was a month I’ll never forget. At the time, I was a young woman living (and living it up! ) in Los Angeles. I was working as a freelance writer/editor in the film, TV, publishing, and advertising fields; and I was kind of lost. I was actively single, dating several actor/model types (whom I wasn’t treating very well); living in a miniature studio apartment on a loud, traffic-filled street; and I had no spiritual base whatsoever.
Although my family had been culturally Jewish, we’d never practiced the religion, and, in fact, I had never attended a synagogue service in my life. I disdained religion, God, and any and all related issues, and considered those who were pious to be ignorant bigots, as this had been my experience growing up outside Philadelphia. It seemed that the neighbors I’d known who attended church every Sunday had also been the most intolerant.
I always cringe when I remember the woman next door calling us up one day, saying, “Kramers? Just wanted you to know that Fiddler on the Roof will be on TV tonight, and I thought you people would like it.” We were pretty much the only Jews in our town and were often viewed as strange creatures who’d emerged from a spaceship. Gee, maybe we were Scientologists and didn’t know it!
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Anyway, that’s where I was at the time: a little jaded, feeling somewhat bereft, and living in L.A., one of the most superficial places on Earth. The closest thing to a spiritual experience I’d had was reading Carlos Castaneda’s books, which had definitely sparked something in me, but I had never delved too deeply to find out what.
One day around this time, I was driving up Sunset Boulevard in Pacific Palisades and glanced at the sign I’d seen scores of times that said “Self-Realization Fellowship (SRF).” I had no idea what this place was and just assumed it was some crazy organization like the Hare Krishnas. But for some reason, when I got home, I called SRF and snidely asked the woman who answered, “So what’s the deal with your place? What are you, a cult?” She politely responded that SRF was a nondenominational place of worship founded by spiritual teacher Paramahansa Yogananda. She suggested I read the book Autobiography of a Yogi and said that I would definitely know if this path was for me or not. Somewhat impressed that she hadn’t tried to proselytize in any way, I bought the book and started to read, expecting it to be an eye-roller.
To my shock, as I was reading this work, I actually felt as if I was on some kind of natural high. I experienced sensations I’d never had before and really couldn’t figure out what was going on. Add to that the fact that I thought it was one of the best books I’ve ever read, and it was quite unnerving (in a positive way) for me.
One night during the week I was finishing the book, I had a dream in which six numbers very clearly came into my mind. I woke up in the wee hours and wrote down these digits on the pad of paper I kept on my nightstand. Since, at the time, the California lottery had drawings where they chose both a four-digit number and a set of six numbers in two separate drawings, I decided I must have been given lottery numbers in my dream. I decided I would immediately start playing those six digits.
The very next night, I had a lucid dream that still remains vivid in my mind to this day. A young woman who looked a little bit like me was pounding on my abdomen, insisting over and over, “5748 is very important to you, 5748 is very important to you!”
I immediately woke up and wrote that number down.
The next morning I looked at the number and figured it was a four-digit lottery number and decided to play that one, too, but for some reason, I couldn’t get the number out of my head. I did some library research (no Internet back then), and to my utter amazement, I found out that 5748 was the current Hebrew calendar year—5748 was 1988! When I told some friends what had happened, they scoffed and said that subconsciously I must have known that fact, but I adamantly disagreed. I wouldn’t have known if the current Hebrew year had been 2652 or 7590 or 15400—I’d had no idea whatsoever and had never given any thought to it.
But to make a long story fairly short, the woman in my dream was correct . . . 1988 was a very important adoption-related time for me, as it was the year (and February, the month) when I “adopted” Yogananda as my guru and eventually went through a Kriya Yoga initiation; “adopted” my incredibly spiritual cat, Sage, who I believed was a gift from my guru; and “adopted” the practice of playing those six lottery numbers every week. Everything turned around for me in that month, and I embarked on a spiritual path that has been onward and upward ever since.
To fast-forward to the present, my dear cat Sage, who was truly one of the most highly evolved beings I’ve ever had the pleasure to love (and whom spiritual friends of mine compared to Mother Teresa), had to be put to sleep in September 2006 at the age of 19, but I have two current cat angels, Sophie Streudel and Little Man.
But did my life really transform as a result of my memorable dream? You bet! Shortly after, I was offered the job of Editorial Director at Hay House, where I happily worked for almost 18 years, and I’m still a devotee of Yogananda. Labels aren’t relevant to me, though, so let’s just say that I simply try to live every day in the most impeccable way I can.
That’s the most important thing, right? Not “My religion is better than yours,” or “You’re wrong and I’m right,” but just being good. It’s so simple.
And what about those six numbers that came up in my dream? Well, I’ve played them every week for the past 28 years! In fact, as I write this, there’s a huge Powerball drawing occurring tonight. But do I think I’ll win? Probably not. However, continually playing those numbers is a reminder of the way my life shifted in a miraculous and mysterious way one day back in 5748/1988, and I know I will play them until I can play no more.
About the author:
Jill Kramer is a literary agent and a freelance writer/editor living in beautiful Encinitas, California. You can reach her at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
by Hilary H. Carter
Put ‘11 11 phenomenon’ into Google and you’ll get about 33 million pages to choose from. All over the world people are noticing that the number 11:11 keeps appearing to them in their everyday life and they’re all asking the same question: Why? What does it mean? Does it have a meaning or is it just coincidence?
As recently as 10 years ago, hardly anybody had heard about the 11:11 phenomenon. Now there’s an explosion of interest as it is touching the lives of more and more people. Maybe it’s happening to you?
The appearance of the number 11:11 represents a wake-up call. 11:11 is all about transforming your consciousness. Of course there are those who argue that it’s only because 11:11 is a noticeable number that it is seen and that maybe a random number such as 378 is appearing just as frequently but we don’t notice it. Try putting ‘378’ phenomenon’ into Google and you won’t find anything. Even using other repeated digits such as the ‘777 phenomenon’ or the ‘33 33 phenomenon’ also brings up nothing. Those phenomena don’t exist. Those who question the existence of the 11:11 are those who are not yet at the receiving end of this number. When the 11:11 phenomenon hits you, you will then have no doubt that 11:11 has significance and is not just coincidental.
‘As within, so without.’ The 11:11 appearing in front of your eyes is an outer sign of an inner change within your DNA as you move into a higher frequency of consciousness. It indicates that your DNA is being transformed in preparation for the new consciousness that is manifesting on earth. This change will happen to more and more people as we fully enter the Age of Aquarius.
It is becoming a recognised fact that 11:11 appears in your life during a time of accelerated spiritual progress. It indicates and affirms that you are on the right path. The more it appears, the faster your progress on that path. However, from personal experience I believe that 11:11 can be used as a sign to actually direct you towards your unique spiritual path. When you see the 11:11 it can be seen as a finger pointing the direction in which you need to go in order to fulfil your mission on earth. You are being asked to bypass the judgements, analysis and thoughts of the lower mind. The 11:11 also asks you to put aside the wants, needs and desires of the ego. However, it is not asking you to bypass the intuition. Even if there are many 11:11 signs around a particular situation, if it doesn’t feel right to me, then I won’t act on it.
To follow the 11:11 as a sign, as a way of leaving behind the wants, needs and desires of the ego requires courage. The mind needs to be kept out of the decision making as decisions based on the 11:11 often make no sense.
11 11 is a binary number. The binary system of numbers is expressed as a combination of 1s and 0s. We normally use the decimal system which is based on 10 numbers, 0 to 9. To convert a decimal number to binary, the following chart can be used;
256 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1
1 0 0 0 1
1 0 1 1 1
17 as binary is 10001 (16+1)
23 as binary is 10111 (16+4+2+1)
You will recognise that the numbers on the top line are associated with computers. That is because computers operate with the binary system. It follows that a Divine intelligence could run on the same system.
A computer doesn’t have an ego so on the whole they’re pretty obedient to the programmer! Most people have egos. However, if we get our ego out of the way then the 11:11 code can work through us and guide us. We can then allow Universal Intelligence to program us. When the programming is complete we become Love in action.
All computers work on the same binary code system. We don’t have French ones that work on one system or Australian ones that work on a different one. We are one Humanity, whatever our nationality, religion or sex. We all carry the same code. We have lost our connection to Divine Love but 1 by 1 we are re-connecting to our divinity. Observing and then responding to the 11:11 sign can aid us in this transition.
About the author
Hilary Carter is co-creator of Taiyoga and co-founder of HigherMoon transformational workshops. She studied energy healing and Tai Chi in London before qualifying as a British Wheel of Yoga teacher. She is also a workshop leader and consultant astrologer, having studied with the world-renowned faculty of Astrological Studies in London. Author of The 11:11 Code, No Name No Number (Exploring the 11:11 Phenomenon), Numerology Made Easy and The Chakras Made Easy. She currently lives between her homes in Devon and the Dordogne. www.hilarycarter.com