The information given here is called 'interpretations' because,
Cheiro , in his work, admits that he neither discovered nor is responsible
for the birth of Numerology. He made known to the world, this occult
science that he learnt from the ancient Hindu's when he had the
opportunity to visit India in the 1800's.These interpretations were
made from tarot cards, so ancient that their origin and age is neither
traced nor chronicled but lost in antiquity.
Added to the interpretations is my personal
numerological assessment of compound numbers and the planetary effects
that bear on them.
Points To Remember
1 to 9 are single numbers and are called, 'Principal' or 'Root'
or 'Single' numbers. All numbers beyond these 9 become 'Double'
or 'Compound' numbers also known as 'Spiritual' numbers.
The Single or Root numbers denote what the human being they represent
appears to be in the eyes of his/her fellow beings.
The Double or Compound numbers reveal the hidden influences that
play a silent role behind the scenes. They foreshadow the future
and foretell of the hidden shadows of the destiny of man.
As The Great Master, Count Louis alias Cheiro has explained, when
one passes the Root or Single numbers, a greater symbolism of numbers
commences and continues till 5 times 9 is reached. This makes a
compound of 45. Here the mystic and spiritual number 7 is brought
into operation and added to 45, making it 52. This stands for the
52 weeks of the year. This compound of 52 is once again multiplied
by the mystic 7 and it produces 364, which were considered to be
the ordinary days of a year in ancient times. Based on the movement
of the Sun through the twelve signs of the Zodiac, which takes slightly
under 365 and a quarter days, one year came to be accepted as 365
All numbers 10 onwards are compound numbers, for example, number
11, has its Root, Fadic or Single number 2. Being a number 2 under
the influence of the Moon, this number is composed of two 1's and
hence the effect of the Sun, whose number is 1, has to be considered.