Abracadabra Numerology

Abracadabra numerology is probably the least used form of numerology. It is based on the subject’s first name, and uses a series of triangles to arrive at numerical values that provide information about character and events. Its letters add up to 365, so it encompasses an entire year.

The Abracadabra is a mystical system, used to find the key number at the base of your first name. This key root number allows you to understand the character of your introverted self. The root number brings the first name to its birth right, and provides the key to character formation.

“The triangle method had its origin in the great pyramids of Cheops in Gizeh, Egypt, which contains all the secrets of the ages.” The inverted pyramid or triangle is the magical formula of the Abracadabra system with a base of nine (9) name letters or their equivalent numbers.

 

How to Create Your Abracadabra Number

Refer to the letter values chart to find the number equivalents for the letters in your first name.

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  1. Print your first name as it appears on your birth certificate.
  2. Refer to the LETTER-VALUES CHART above. Enter the number equivalent for each letter of your name directly underneath it.
  3. Add the digits across each line by twos. Each line will show one number less than the line above.

RULE FOR ADDING: Reduce all double numbers to single numbers by adding their digits together. Again add up single and reduced to single digits across each line by twos. Each line will show one number less than the line above. Carry on until you receive a final single number at the bottom of your pyramid.

Eg.  G     r     e      a     m      e

         7     9    5      1      4      5

            16           6             9

             7                   15

             7                    6

                      13

                       4       Abracadabra Number

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