Born in 570 BC in Samos, Pythagoras was an Astrologer, Numerologist, Musician and a spiritual Guru. He was able to communicate enlightened souls and went back into his past births and visualized his ninety nine thousand past lives in a row. He was able to predict earthquakes and calm the waves of the seas and rivers while travelling on. He healed several people with his music by playing lyre. After getting enlightenment, he started his own school where he used to teach Numerology and philosophy to his students. While initiating his students, he used to give a secret mantra (sacred sound) to his disciple.

Pythagoras was able to predict earthquakes and calm the waves of the seas and rivers while travelling on. He healed several people with his music by playing lyre. After getting enlightenment, he started his own school where he used to teach Numerology and philosophy to his students. While initiating his students, he used to give a secret mantra (sacred sound) to his disciple. 

Pythagoras believed that every planet had a peculiar sound of its own. He represented this sound using numbers. He felt that numbers can be classified as having male or female qualities, introvert or extrovert nature, beautiful or ugly etc. He also mentioned that some numbers carry karmic debts, i.e. the results of bad actions done in previous births, into the present lives of the people. Plato followed Pythagoras philosophy. 

Pythagoras assigned a particular number to each alphabet in the natural way from 1 to 9. Apart from 1 to 9 digits, he considers 11 and 22 as master numbers. 11 and 22 represent the force of karma (past actions) which leads the person into success or failure in this life. Also, every number will have positive and negative qualities. For example, the right hand side table shows how the alphabets are numbered in Pythagorean Numerology.

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