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Become an Expert Numerology Course

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Pursue your passion for Numerology with this free course, at your own pace. The best way to become a Numerology expert is to work hard, but also to let the mystery of numbers reveal themselves to you at their own pace.

By the end of this course, you will be able to produce an entire personality profile, calculate interpersonal compatibility, and understand the foundations of Pythagorean numerology.The calculation methods explained in this course are long-established and respected techniques.

In order to get the most out of this course, you are encouraged to download Decoz Software for its Chart Calculator as well as the ChartMaker. You can then follow along with both tools as you take the course.

During this course we will be using John Peter Hancock and Tom Cruise as examples. Please use the Decoz Software Color Chart Maker (or the B&W version with the free component) component to print hardcopy charts for both names; you will be referencing them regularly.

An example of the numerology chart done with the free chart mapping softwareThe ChartMaker is a great tool that will save you a lot of time, and produces efficiently laid out charts. To the left is an example of a Numerology chart. Don't worry if it seems overwhelming; we will guide you through it, step-by-step. You will be able to read this chart quickly and easily by the time you are halfway through this course.

If you're ready to get started, hit the "continue" button! At any point, you may use the Course Contents list to the left to skip ahead, pause and come back, or return to old lessons.

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Hans Decoz: Master NumerologistA Message From Your Teacher

I am honored that you have chosen me as your teacher.  Numerology is a science that allows practitioners to enlighten their clients as to who they are, what they can become, and what they can expect in the years ahead.  However, it also takes some practitioners far beyond that; to a place where knowledge stops being theory and becomes an experience. I hope you will become such a practitioner.

-- Hans Decoz

 

Pythagoras, the father of modern numerologyDid You Know?

Pythagoras: The Father of Western Numerology

Pythagoras was born on the island of Samos, in the 6th century BC.  Little is known about the early part of his life.  He traveled extensively throughout Southern Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East and probably lived and studied for some time in Egypt.  He later established a school on Kroton, in Southern Italy, where he taught Mathematics, Astronomy, and Music.

As a teacher, he was respected and feared.  Many people considered him dangerous.  In an attempt to safeguard his school, his students were sworn to secrecy and were not allowed to write anything down.

He is most often associated with the theorem in his name. Certainly, he is held in the highest regard as one of the preeminent mathematicians of all time.  However, it was his passion for learning, for truth, and for the discovery of grace and harmony in all aspects of life that sets him apart from other philosophers.

It is believed that Pythagoras lived to be almost a hundred years old.  He died when his school was attacked and burned to the ground.

 

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