September 9 2009 Numerology?

Remember the hype a couple of months ago about July 7, 07 and the 07-07-07 sequence? People around the world arranged to marry on that date.
What is so special about September 9 2009 in numerology terms?

asked by Dina in Mythology & Folklore | 3552 views | 09-09-2009 at 06:26 PM

When a numerologist is asked about the significance of a date (such as September 11, 2001 or 8/8/08), it isn't the date itself they're looking at, but a diagram of universal cycles. These cycles show, in a complex way, certain intersections of numerological factors. When you look at these cycles, some unexpected dates stand out to the trained eye -- and one such date is September 9, 2009 or 9/9/09.

Even to the numerology newcomer, this date is unique because it is 9/9/09. To a numerology expert, this date is extraordinary for its combination of the numbers 11, 9 and 2. The technical explanation for this (and please bear with me) is that 9/9/2009 translates to 9/9/11 (since the digits of 2009, when added together, equal 11). The next step is that the difference between 11 and 9 is 2, and if you were to continue adding digits, you would find two more 2s in this date, and one more 11.

What does this mean? That these numbers align in an unusual way and hold special sway for people on this planet.

11 is a Master number, meaning it is particularly potent and, on a scale of importance, it reigns supreme. There are three double-digit numbers (the "Master numbers") that are thought to be powerful, thought to push us beyond our normal limitations. 11 is the first of these (the other two are 22 and 33).

In the case of September 9, 2009, 11 shines bright and brings a strong sense of awareness and compassion -- as well as intuition -- to this date. There is an undercurrent of interconnectedness, of brotherhood. 11 is the diplomatic peacemaker and the number of the heart, but is probably best known for drawing people together. To go a step further, consider this: one of the darkest of human tendencies is to separate ourselves from our fellow man, to alienate. This makes it possible for mankind to cause death and mayhem among their own kind. When that sense of distance is lessened, we are unable to cause each other such profound pain.
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Now, let's look at the number 9. This is the number of completion and finality, but 9 is also the number of sympathy, love, selfless sacrifice and morality. You could think of 9 as the "Mother Teresa number." And even though 11 is the most prominent number in this date, 9 appears in three places, making it a very hard-hitting number. While 11 sets the tone for the day, the number 9 is the driving force.

Finally we come to the number 2. It appears three times: once as a positive influence, and twice as a negative influence. The "good" 2 simply enhances the impact of 11, without adding much of its own punch. Meanwhile, the "bad" 2s are the challenge numbers, presenting obstacles, coloring the day in strange ways. While the oh-so-feminine 2 generally gives off a sensitive vibe, in a negative placement, 2 means that while under this influence we might intend to be sensitive and aware, we don't really have the drive to be these things.

But negative 2s also act as vacuums. "Negative" numbers aren't meant to derail us; they simply draw our attention to issues that need healing. On this day -- September 9, 2009 -- we will have our attention directed to issues of personal interconnections and brotherhood.

And consider this: when a date is considered especially "important" in numerology, that influence extends to the days right before and directly after it. So while we might come together on September 9, we will also have to contend with our shortcomings in the areas of diplomacy and human relationships during that week.

answered by Harry | 09-09-2009 at 06:27 PM

Numerology was still around in the Middle Ages, and it's very possible alchemists and the like used it to keep their secrets, secret. Whether any of these documents survive I don't know, but there are numerological traces all over Shakespeare. No-one has found any coherent message there, though. It's just that numerology was in the language of everyday use: everyone still knows that 7 is a "lucky" number.

From time immmorial humanity has had an awareness of relationships between numbers. It must date back at least to the time people began to divide (ahem) up portions of a carcase in more than an animalistic way. But we've only had the modern number system for 2000 or so years, which is barely the blink of an eye compared to the time we've had awareness of the relationships between numbers.

So when the modern number system gave us an incredibly sophisticated tool with which to explore the relationships between numbers, at a time when magic was an accepted part of life, when miracles occurred on a daily basis, and devils daily chatted with saints, is it any wonder than the modern numeral system was regarded as at least as much manipulative as descriptive?

The magic of numbers is engineering.

answered by Amber | 09-09-2009 at 06:27 PM

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