The backbone of our research may be considered based on the Kabbalah. Perhaps the history of the methodology is known to someone out there. If so, we would love you to tell us what you know!

For our part, the matrix used is based on the Standard English Alphabet rather than on the Hebrew one. In addition, the numbers assigned to each letter is in a simplified form compared to that used by Kabbalists. It is rumoured that the matrix was devised by the Pythagorean Mystery School, but we have no proof of this - and anyway, wouldn't they have been working with the Greek Alphabet? Again, if anyone can shed light on this we'd be grateful for your input.

The methodology will be recognisable to anyone interested in standard numerology. The main difference is that rather than basing our analysis on the values 1 - 9, etc., we work with the whole calendar year. We have observed that using the whole year allows a much more intensive study of individual events, people and dreams, including their relationships to one and other.

To get anything out of this life you need to be willing to put something in. A maxim even more true of this web site. You can choose to scroll through the limited data published and say 'Hmm, interesting - what's it got to do with me?' or you can get your calculator out and do something.

We don't want you to sign up for anything, we won't charge you to 'do' your analysis (we simply don't do other peoples analysis!), we won't ask you to change your belief systems, we don't expect you to do a thing.

BUT, we do believe that the applicability of the methodology is universal. We do believe that a breakthrough as to 'what it all means' is imminent. And we do believe that only by working with your personal data can you, as an individual, achieve any understanding of what the system and the results gleaned from it are trying to tell us.

The data published on these pages are the result of many years research. We try very hard to avoid the possibility of deluding ourselves by applying rigorous check criteria on all results. eg. if we can't reproduce a given result by at least two independent means, that result is considered coincidence.

If you haven't already done so, we recommend downloading the short form guide and the calendar of communications to refer to. If you have previously looked through some of the other pages, you will already be familiar with the formats and some of the data with which we work.

From here on in we will try to guide you through some basic analysis procedures.

Good luck.

And please remember, we are always interested in your feedback, whether it be comments on the website, breakthroughs you have made or tidbits you think may be of interest to us. If you publish any of your personal data on the web we shall be happy to include a link to your site.

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