Did you know the word "numerology" wasn't invented until 1907? The numerology we find for free online is very basic, very American and too new to provide you with detailed information and ancient wisdom. It can be fun, but beware if you're thinking of paying for instant readings. Read the article.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Numerology is catching on, and new to the scene (since October 2012) is NumerologySecret.com with master numerologist Eric McCallum, a computer impersonated by a handsome model, who told me, and will tell you, that like movie stars and billionaires you can change your life because you're special and your numbers are rare and your 88 days of once-in-a-lifetime luck just happen to be coming up. There's no secret, no Eric McCallum, and no such thing as a "Temporal Pinnacle" in numerology or astrology, but this site uses multiple strategies to try to convince you otherwise, plus the sleaziest "discount" trick I've ever seen. Here's my review.
Friday, January 4, 2013
Numerology is the new big thing in the commercial psychic world. It's simple; it can be totally computerized; the meanings of the numbers are fixed, not like planets, so if those are correct you can't call 'em fake; and businesses can pretend they're run by a master numerologist like "Jill Saint James," whose face used to appear on the Life-Answers.com website for several years, but is now replaced with photos of models ecstatic and "OMG" over their "shocking" computerized numerology readings -- which I discovered are identical to those given by Horoscope-Authority.com. Here's my review and a suggestion of a better choice for free online numerology readings if you aren't worried about giving over your private info.