# Thread: Enneagram breaks down to Numerology

1. ## Enneagram breaks down to Numerology

At least for me it does. I had another dream last night and I woke up just knowing that there was a pattern connected to my enneagram tritype, instinct stackings, and my core numbers in my numerology chart so when I woke up from the dream I became a bit obsessed with showing it mathematically (don't laugh at me!). I had never really seriously considered all this before, at least consciously.

In the dream I came to the conclusion that my enneagram tritype comes down to this:

Heart = 4

Gut Soul = 9

ok then in numerology

Life path = 7

Expression = 7

Soul urge = 9

Personality = 7

I went on to convert the instincts into single digit numbers which I will explain later.

I broke down these numbers using the Pythagorean method to single digits and added them all up and the results were very interesting. I am still trying to make my excel chart presentable to show my work and then I will go on to explain what this means to me on a personal level and how everything just matches up in the end and comes down to two main numbers. It was all kind of exciting to do. I am not sure how long my HA will be active so I kinda got to do this quickly before it all fades away.

This could all just be another product of my mind putting together patterns that I am not aware of when I am awake but somehow it worked. I am excited about my results and hopefully I will be able to use other people's numbers at some point and show a pattern that applies to someone other than me. I imagine it would only work if someone was absolutely sure of their Etype numbers and instincts, since numerology is easy to find. Maybe it is all a big coincidence, even though I don't believe in coincidence but I trust my dreams.

Anyway after the dream I do understand why some people can see me as a 9 core in enneagram and where others just can't. It is all a matter of perspective. Ugh I will go into that more later too. I asked someone to verify some of my math and so far it good (thanks to autosum).

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Further research I did today that I connected to because of my dream and some hints to where I may be going with all this:

When rolling two standard six-sided dice, seven has a 6 in 36 (or 1/6) probability of being rolled (1–6, 6–1, 2–5, 5–2, 3–4, or 4–3), the greatest of any number.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/7_%28number%29
http://numerology-thenumbersandtheir.../number-7.html

Probability

In probability, the nine is a logarithmic measure of probability of an event, defined as the negative of the base-10 logarithm of the probability of the event's complement. For example, an event that is 99% likely to occur has an unlikelihood of 1% or 0.01, which amounts to −log10 0.01 = 2 nines of probability. Zero probability gives zero nines (−log10 1 = 0). A 100% probability is considered to be impossible in most circumstances: that results in infinite improbability. The effectivity of processes and the availability of systems can be expressed (as a rule of thumb, not explicitly) as a series of "nines". For example, "five nines" (99.999%) availability implies a total downtime of no more than five minutes per year - typically a very high degree of reliability; but never 100%.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/9_%28number%29
http://numerology-thenumbersandtheir.../number-9.html

This is all I can get into now without my little spreadsheet.

If you have followed me so far... wow.

I want to mention @Subteigh because he may be able to shatter my whole theory dreams here. Although I am not sure how anyone can shatter my theory of me.

Edit: keep in mind Te polr here...

2. I find many numbers very beautiful, that is all I can say.

3. I forgot all about this thread and pretty much the dream that inspired it, since I don't think I wrote it in my journal. I can't recall what I was going to explain once I put it all together.

I probably have it scribbled on some paper around here somewhere. I can't even find the spreadsheet now because I save things to random folders on my hard drive.

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