Free Cabalistic Oracle and Calculator 2.1

HOW TO TELL A PERSON'S CHARACTER
BY MEANS OF CABALISTIC CALCULATIONS

"This is said to have been the invention of the sage Pythagoras, whose doctrine was that everything in the universe was represented and governed by certain figures or numbers, to which he ascribed mysterious properties and virtues. According to him, everything from the Supreme Being himself, down to the minutest atom, was distinguished by its own proper number; and his belief was shared by numberless other philosophers. Without entering into any detail of this system, we will proceed to describe how these calculations are made. An alphabetical table must be first prepared with its corresponding numbers thus :-" (Lawford, p. 103)

Letter Values

A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4, E=5, F=6, G=7, H=8, I=9, J=600,

K=10, L=20, M=30, N=40, O=50, P=60, Q=70, R=80, S=90,

T=100, U=200, V=700, X=300, Y=400, Z=500, HI=800, HU=900

W=1400 as double Vs

"This is accompanied by a list of numbers with their various interpretations and significations, as follows :-" (Lawford, p. 103).

"Now write down the name of the person whose character you wish to learn, and beneath each letter composing it place the corresponding number. Add them all together and by comparing the product with the Table of Significations, you will discover what you wish to know. When the product exceeds the highest number given in the table, the first number is cut off, and the remainder alone used. We give an example, supposing the name to be Jean Jacques Rousseau :- " (Lawford, p. 106).

Example Calculations:

To find the individual number for "Jean-Jacques Rousseau"

J = 600; E = 5; A = 1; N = 40;

J = 600; A = 1; C = 3; Q = 70; U = 200; E = 5; S = 90;

R = 80; O = 50; U = 200; S = 90; S = 90; E = 5; A = 1; U = 200

Total : 2,331

"Of this total of 2331, we cut off the 2000, leaving 331, which on reference to the table of significations, reads as follows :- Belief, faith, and philosophy for 300; love of glory, virtue for 31; giving no bad sketch of his character. It may be as well to observe that, when the total consists of a number not precisely marked on the table, the answer may be obtained by dividing it into hundreds, tens, and units; thus, supposing the number obtained was 179, it could be divided into 100, 70, and 9. Care must be taken to add up the lines of figures correctly, as the slightest mistake will of course entirely change the whole meaning." (Lawford, p. 107).

Lawford, Louisa. The Fortune-Teller; or, Peeps into Futurity, London: Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1861. View in Google Books

### Program Features

Version 2.0 is a major change in the program. This update is a complete rewrite of the program based on the above information and should replace all previous versions of the program. The original information used to write earlier versions of this program was incomplete and inaccurate.

Version 2.1 adjust the interpretation to include the thousand value up to a total of 1390. "When the product exceeds the highest number (1390) given in the table, the first number is cut off, and the remainder alone used. "

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### System Requirements

The Free Cabalistic Oracle and Calculator will run on any 32 bit Windows platform. This includes Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.

You should have at least 2 Mb of free disk space to install and run this program.

Minimum System Requirements

VGA 800 x 600, 256 Colors
Windows 98
2 Mb of Free Hard Drive Space

Version 2.1 is a major rewrite of the program. It is important that it replace all previous versions of the program.

Norton by Symantec may falsely report a "WS.reputation.1" virus.

This software will not run on a Mac, iPhone or any Apple system.

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E-Mail: jk@2near.com

### References

• Daniels, Cora Linn and C. M. Stevans. Encyclopedia of Superstitions, Folklore, and the Occult Sciences of the World, Milwaukee, Wis.: J. H. Yewdale & Sons Co., 1906.

• Lawford, Louisa. The Fortune-Teller; or, Peeps into Futurity, London: Routledge, Warne, and Routledge, 1861.

• Society of Transcendent Science. Things Kept Secret from the Foundation of the World,Chicago: Masonic Temple, 1922.

• Waite, Arthur E. (Grand Orient). A Manual of Cartomancy: Fortune-Telling and Occult Divination, London: William Rider & Son, 1909.