Psychic Power Newsletter

From: Dr Peter Filis

Location: Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Phone: 0409 652 191



Date: June 2005

Dear Friend,

In this issue, I will discuss one of the most powerful divination systems – Chinese Numerology. This is also called Eastern Numerology or Karmic Numerology. I will refer to it as Chinese Numerology.

Numerology (Part 5)

Introduction to Chinese Numerology

What is Chinese Numerology?

Chinese (Karmic) Numerology is the oldest recorded method of divination. It appears to have been developed independently in Ancient China and Ancient Greece at about the same time. Pythagoras popularised it in Ancient Greece, and this system is sometimes called the Arrows of Pythagoras. In China, it is called the Lo Shu Numerology.

This method of Numerology is very easy to do and very accurate. It allows you to build a complete picture of a person by simply knowing their date of birth! And, unlike Astrology, you don't require their time of birth nor are there are any complicated calculations to perform.

Try it!

The Eastern Numerology Grid

To begin an Eastern Numerology reading, follow these simple steps.

Step 1 - Draw a 3 x 3 grid.

Step 2 - Write out your date of birth using 2 digits for the day, 2 digits for the month and 4 digits for the year, eg 21 10 1981 or 03 01 1996, etc.

Step 3. Write each number in your date of birth in its correct position in the grid. All zero's go underneath the grid.

The correct position for each number is shown below.

In other words, the table above shows where all the numbers in the date of birth are written.

All 1's in a date of birth go in the 1 position, which is in the bottom left side of the grid. All 2's go in the 2 position, which is directly above the 1, etc.

So someone with a date of birth of 21 10 1981 has the following grid:

Someone with a date of birth of 03 01 1996 has the following grid:

It is impossible to have a chart in which there is a number in every square!

1. Draw a straight, thick line through any column, row or diagonal that has at least one number in each cell, like tic-tac-toe (naughts and crosses). Also, draw a dotted line through any column, row or diagonal that has no numbers in all 3 cells. Ignore the zeros when drawing lines.

See the example below:

The date of birth of 21 10 1981 has the following grid and arrows:

Yet another example for the date of birth of 03 01 1996:

When 3 numbers appear together in a row, column or diagonal (solid lines) they're called positive arrows.

When 3 empty cells appear together in a row, column or diagonal (dotted lines), they're called negative arrows.

Interpreting Numbers in Grid

Every number in the chart has a meaning. Every arrow has a meaning. The arrows will be covered next issue. The numbers are covered below:

The Number 1

In Chinese Numerology, the number 1 shows how a person communicates with others. It also relates to their level of confidence. Everyone born in the 1900 to 1999 will have at least one 1 in their numerology grid.

The Number 2

In Chinese Numerology, the number 2 indicates how sensitive, perceptive and intuitive a person is. It also indicates how co-operative, diplomatic, and tactful they are. Everyone born in the 21st century will have at least one 2 in their grid!

The Number 3

In Chinese Numerology, the number 3 relates to memory, intellectual capacity and the ability to think clearly and logically. It also relates to a person's creativity.

The Number 4

In Chinese Numerology, this is a practical, hard working number. People with this number are usually neat, tidy, hard working and good with details. They also enjoy working with their hands. This number is considered a little unlucky.

The Number 5

In Chinese Numerology, the Number 5 relates to emotional balance and stability. It also relates to love of freedom and variety.

The Number 6

In Chinese Numerology, this number relates to home, family and responsibility.

The Number 7

In Chinese Numerology, the number 7 represents lessons learnt through disappointment or loss.

The Number 8

In Chinese Numerology, the number 8 relates to attention to detail and how restless someone is.

The Number 9

Everyone born in the 20th Century has at least one 9 in their grid. In Chinese Numerology, this Number is a humanitarian number, representing how someone cares for the welfare of others. It also represents idealism and valor. Finally, it represents how well someone finishes what he or she starts.

The Number 0

The number 0 (located at the bottom of the grid). In Chinese Numerology, this is a very important number. It represents Karmic debts that a person has accumulated from their previous lives. Karma is the belief that one reaps in this lifetime what one sows in previous lifetimes.

The more 0's, the more Karmic debts a person has accumulated from previous lifetimes, and these need to be repaid in this lifetime.

For people with Karmic debts, the same types of people keep showing up in their lives, or the same situations keep repeating themselves over and over again. They always find themselves in exactly the same situations. These people often say, "Why do these things keep happening to me?"

More Chinese Numerology in the next issue!

Bye for now!


Dr Peter Filis