Here’s an interesting discovery that was sent to me by a numerologist who decided to analyze the words SPACE CLEARING and KAREN KINGSTON, using the standard numerology system of A=1, B=2, C=3, etc. Here’s what he found:
The term “space clearing” has passed into the English language as a generic term for all kinds of energy clearing techniques, but originally it was the name I coined to describe the specific ceremony I have pioneered and developed since 1976.
I don’t use numerology much myself but do find it fascinating that both names happen to total 5, and even more remarkable that the vowels of both total 21 and the consonants of both total 38.
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In Lillian Too’s 1999 book “Creating Abundance with Feng Shui”, in Health/Longevity chapter says:
“FIVE has the power to overcome misfortunes and troubles, while NINE represents fullness on Heaven and earth.”
(Both Space Clearing and Karen Kingston relate to 59, then 5+9=…=9)
I noticed some of the controlling/compelling spell kits contain 9 candles. I’m just wondering what the difference is between some of the “power numbers” I’ve read about, like 7, 9, 11, 13, etc. Is there a reason for this number being used in the kit rather than using one of the other numbers? I’d like to understand the numbers for doing other spellwork, too.
Spells are based at a very low level of astral manipulation that I will have nothing to do with. I would advise you to set your feet on a higher and more life-affirming path than this.
My daughter passed away in July 2015. We have some of her clothes and lockets with her ashes. Are these items okay to keep…
Hi Joanne – Here are links to two articles that I hope will help you:
Where’s the best place to store ashes?
After a bereavement
Warm good wishes,