The Hindu-Arabic or decimal number system has been an albatros around the neck of numerology since at least the creation of the universe.

The work of the numerologist should be a relatively uncomplicated matter of identifying the significant numbers in a client’s life, studying the mystical relationships between those numbers and the physical world, and drawing scientific inferences.

As St. Augustine of Hippo (A.D. 354–430) wrote, “Numbers are the Universal language offered by the deity to humans as confirmation of the truth” but the decimal system – for no good reason – stretches all the way from 0 to 9. This has over-complicated the truth, making the job of the numerologist far too onerous and miring the client’s truth in elaborate muddle.

Don’t worry, help is at hand by way of a 21st century innovation. It’s time to open the gate and make the switch to Digital Numerology. Leave behind the world of the Grand Old Duke of York in which client’s could be neither up nor down. Drop the glass half full or half empty and slake your thirst for certitude. Numerology has ramped up to robust decisivness.

The Institute of Digital Spirit (IDS) offers new wave numerology: on/off, up/down, yin/yang, sick/well, pregnant or not, healed/fucked, alive/dead et bleedin’ cetera – and all this delivered in a 5 minute, 50 Euro session by a fully qualified digital numerologist.

You could be part of the revolution when the IDS gets a stock market listing or starts crowd funding – whatever.

The digital world doesn’t wait for losers, so when the gate of opportunity opens, get your finger out and invest.

REMEMBER: Numbers two to nine are so 20th century!


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