I’ve compiled the following lists of the best books on numerology. There are a number of books you can choose from to start learning numerology. The list here includes some of my favourites, as well as some hidden gems and must-read books regarding numerology.
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology by Jean Simpson
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology by Jean Simpson is an excellent introduction to numerology if you’re completely new to it. There is a lot to learn about numerology in this book, but it is also accessible for beginners. I particularly like how the book incorporates your Destiny Number, Soul Number, and Personality Number so that you can find out how they blend together into your personal reading.
Besides explaining the power of numbers, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology explains the alphabet’s use and explains how to calculate key numbers such as elements within your name and how the letters progress through your name. As well as advanced numerology factors such as triads, pinnacles, and personal days, months, and years, this book includes traditional numerology applications as well.
In addition, this book is updated constantly, so it doesn’t make out-of-date references to notable people and events.
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology Workbook by Patricia Kirkman and Katherine Gleason
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology Workbook makes a wonderful companion to The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Numerology. It is true that numerology doesn’t require great math skills, however, it does require calculating many numbers as well as essences and projections. With this easy-to-use calculator, you can easily calculate and complete your numerology factors in one place.
The book offers plenty of insights, however. The various components of the reading or divinatory projection will also be synthesized during the course. There are plenty of tricks and tips in that book that will teach you how to practice numerology effectively.
A Little Bit of Numerology by Novalee Wilder
If you’re new to numerology, you’ll want to check out Novalee Wilder’s book A Little Bit of Numerology. The Barnes and Noble divination section have this series in stock, which covers topics covering New Age, witchcraft, and divination. I was initially sceptical, but they manage to provide a comprehensive yet concise introduction to the topic, and this book is a must-have for anyone interested in numerology. In this book, there are several case studies, which demonstrate the utility of numerology in everyday life.
Numerology: The Complete Guide Volume 1: The Personality Reading by Matthew Oliver Goodwin
The Complete Guide: Volume 1: The Personality Reading. You will learn how to read a person’s personality in this book. He delves deep into the amounts as well as how they are synthesised into the core personality. His readings go beyond simply listing random details. Goodwin brings depth to them. The advanced methods of numerology include the integration of well-known numbers with those that are under the radar. This will enable you to see the big picture and pull everything together.
There are two parts to Goodwin’s book. The second deals with forecasting the future using numerology. There are currently only two volumes in print, and that’s the one I’m linking to on Amazon. The second volume goes over numerology for divinatory prediction readings, so even if it takes longer and costs a little more, I strongly encourage you to track down and purchase the second volume. Having it was a worthwhile investment, even with the extra money and effort.
Numerology and the Divine Triangle by Faith Javane and Dusty Bunker
Without Faith Javane and Dusty Bunker’s Numerology and the Divine Triangle, you won’t gain much insight into numerology. For those who wish to practice numerology, this book is indispensable.
Even though this book was originally published in 1979, it remains relevant today. What is it about this book that makes it stand out? For numerology students, why is it essential reading? There is also an advanced analysis, which uses the Divine Triangle of Pythagoras as a blueprint for your life. It makes all the numbers you need to know easy to understand, plus you can calculate your own numbers. There is also a good amount of space devoted to synthesizing numerology and tarot readings.
The first part of this two-part series is entitled “Numerology and the Divine Triangle.” In contrast to this book, which gives an introduction to all things esoteric numerology, the second book, available used on Amazon, discusses numerology as a divinatory art, meaning how to predict your future with numbers.Author: NumerologyBlog.com