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      7 spiritual frequencies have been discovered, and they are all related to ancient history, basic kabbalah, and numerology. Musicians can now fine-tune these special frequencies to find meditative qualities, and the numerology analysis of those frequencies reveal special surprises:

The frequency 396 adds up to 72 in numerology (69 + 3, add from right to left). 72 is the number for 72 names of G-d.

The frequency 417 adds up to 75, which means happy and artistic. This tone sounds like a happy and artistic frequency.

The frequency 444.4 adds up to the phrase ''Key of David'', and this was the frequency for the music of King David.

The frequency 528 adds up to 87, which means active and cheerful. This tone sounds like an active and cheerful one.

The frequency 639 adds up to 99 (93 + 6, add from right to left). 99 means a leader for the public, a very powerful tone.

The frequency 741 adds up to 21 (14 + 7, add from right to left). 21 means management for the body, like a doctor.

The frequency 852 adds up to 33 (25 + 8, add from right to left). 33 means working with people, like a teacher who manages, with a cheerful tone.

The internet can help you find these new frequencies in a CD. They are not sold here, but the frequencies are very special!

How is the study of Kabbalah different from the  study of the Zohar?

Kabbalah numerology does not delve into deep aspects of magical Kabbalah. Kabbalah numerology can be mystical, but in basic study we work with aspects of knowledge. This involves understanding the universe and the human being, through basic Torah study, the Zohar, and ancient gematria.

     This is knowledge of special numerical values, double numbers, and how numbers and letters in biblical and modern words can have matching vibrations. These vibrations can help people with daily lifestyles, jobs, careers, and personality traits.

     The Zohar is recognized as the main text of Kabbalah, for all people. But even though Kabbalah has roots in Judaism, Kabbalah numerology does not need to identify with any religion, people, or major philosophy. It includes logical analysis of the spiritual meanings in words, names, and numbers. That is the same theory as English numerology. 


 Here is a nice meditation video about "The Garden of your Mind'' by the late Mister Rogers from the PBS, used here by permission:

Reader's Questions About The Kaballah:

''What is the basic Kabbalah of numbers 7, 613 & 620?''

 The number 7, also known as Lucky 7, equals the words ''serious'', ''secret'', and ''reporter'', which may be a reason why the TV Channel 7 around the world is popular for news stations.

But 7 can also mean ''religious''. The words ''Creator'' and ''loving'' equal 7. 613 is the number for the word ''spirit'', and it is also the number of command-ments in the Torah, with 365 do's (as in 365 days of the year) and 248 don'ts (as in 248 parts of a man's body).

 620 is the total of 7 + 613, and it adds up to 8, which is a word for eternity. If a man who observes Torah tries to keep all 613 laws, 7 days a week, his spirit may have eternal life, or eternity.

''What is the gematria of the names of some famous Kabbalah writers in history?''

Major commentators of the Kabbalah and the Torah all have special numbers in their names!

Rashi's full name (Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki of 11th century France) adds up to 77, a special number for language and interpretation.

Rambam's full name (Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon, or Maimonides, of 12th century Cairo) adds up to 11.

Joseph Caro of Spain, who wrote the Shulchan Arach, adds up to 11.

Rama, who wrote the Ashkenazic version of the Shulchan Arach teaching guide, adds up to 15, a teacher's name, and his full name Rabbi Moses Isserles adds up to 51.

Here's an added surprise: when you add up the Hebrew letters to the word Halacha (heh-lamed-chaf) you get 55, the same number as the word 'numerology'!


Nine Archangels Have The Same 9 Vibrations In The Kabbalah And In Numerology!

9 of the Archangels have been assigned to various tasks in the spiritual worlds above, and both their names and their job in the heavens have the same matching vibrations and numbers!

1 = Raguel = helper of G-d, spirited, true

2 = Uriel = light of G-d, friend, partner

3 = Jophiel = true-beauty of G-d, happy, friendly

4 = Haniel = harmony of G-d, enthusiastic, thinker

5 = Zadkiel = glory of G-d, freedom-and-mercy

6 = Michael = power-and-protection of G-d, justice

7 = Raphael = defender of G-d, religious-worker

8 = Raziel = secrets f G-d, success, guidance

9 = Gabriel = worker of G-d, peace-and-joy


What are the numbers in my new book on Numerology?


Vowels inside a person's full name at birth can reveal your heart's desire for jobs! Or you can use it for your love life!


Consonants in your full name at birth reveal how you appear to those around you! This number can help you with styles, colors of clothes, colognes, and more!
The full name at birth adds up to a number for your best job ideas, personality traits, colors, stress, foods for your diet and more!
The subconscious can help solve problems & find answers in your dreams!


A birth date is important to help discover jobs & your lifestyle! This can also be used to find your adult cycles, and when you became an adult according to numerology.

This number provides the key to your motivation and power!

HELP NUMBER (any missing numbers)This number which is not in your name or birth date provides ideas to help become a more balanced person!


This is not a prediction number for the future, it is a new number you can calculate for after age 50

THIS BOOK ALSO FEATURES an intro to gematria, the history of numerology, and how to use Kabbalah and  numerology today.





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