# Alphanumeric Table In Numerology

The alphanumeric table we work with is based on Pythagorean numerology. Pythagoras, stated that ‘The world is built on the power of numbers’ and he was absolutely right since forever, man has not stopped exploring the different fields of life through art and knowledge based on the principle of the numbers. The Hindus were the first to study the origin of numbers and from where Pythagoras inherited the knowledge from him where they were treated as a sacred science.

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The theory that numbers, or rather, numerology, is based on all this knowledge acquired, is responsible for investigating the vibrations that numbers emit in people and using them to our benefit. Despite being one of the occult sciences of humanity, it has captivated intellectuals who have learned to extract in them the true relationship of people’s lives with their minds and with nature. Pythagoras, one of the most brilliant minds that humanity has had, Greek philosopher and mathematician is considered the first pure mathematician, he understood that the basis of the world and the universe were numbers and everything was based on mathematical laws of vibrations and their cycles .

The alphanumeric table can be constructed in a simple way. It consists of transforming the letters into numbers and each one carries its astrological equivalence. In the first row, from left to right, the numbers from 1 to 9 are placed and in the next lower horizontal rows the first nine letters of the alphabet are placed and so on until the end of the alphabet. There are some special cases such as Ñ, LL and CH but now you will understand.

The table allows us to interpret the vibration of people’s names through the numerical assignment of the letters. But before giving an example, let’s see what the numerology table we are talking about is like:

As we can see, the letter Ñ is in the same position as N so it has the same numerical value, 5. In the case of the letter LL and CH, as they are not considered as special letters, their corresponding digit is calculated using the sum of its component letters.

In the case of LL, its numerical value is: 3 + 3 = 6

In the case of CH, its numerical value is: 3 + 8 = 11 = 2

Example to calculate the number of my name

Let’s give an example with my name, Kebabope, so we can understand it better:

KEBABOPE: (2 + 5 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 6 + 7 + 5) = 30 = 3 + 0 = 3

I have number 3 in numerology.

My equivalent in astrology is the JUPITER.

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