Saturday, October 23, 2010


If I had to choose a superstition, I would take numerology. Believers tell me that it helps determine and reflect a persons characteristics, talents, motivations and path in life. Letters of the alphabet also can be represented by certain numbers. If you're a numerologist the sum of numbers in your name as well as your birth date have a direct cosmic relation to themselves, and to who you are. Numerology experts are able to determine key points in people lives, and moments in which to make major moves and decisions, such as traveling, investing and marriage. Isn't it an enviable belief?


  1. Numerology is more a science than a belief.

  2. A good amusement to put yourself in the old days of misunderstanding fortunate coincidences.

  3. The question is not so much superstition, but if a wisdom game is well conceived. Astrology works well for conversations in little groups. Even "talking" by pronouncing only the sounds of an unexisting "language" can be reveiling, if played by three, four, five persons, who thus improvise a short piece of home theater.
    Coincidence should be used as an option evoking element as in

    But even if you open the Bible by throwing it on the table, you might find a page which refers to one of your questions of the day.