Maps of the Earth and numerical systems of space.

Numbers in numerology correspond not only with movement of time or with
influence of energy of the human names expressed in sounding, but also
correspond with magnitudes of space.

The basic space of human existence is the surface of the Earth and consequently
from the point of numerological view the spatial magnitudes which correspond with a
surface of globe are significant, namely geodesic lines (meridians and
parallels) by means of which measure position of people are significant.

The globe of the Earth from equator up to North Pole makes 90 degrees of north
latitudes and from equator up to South Pole makes 90 degrees of south latitudes that corresponds with numbers in numerology. And also the
globe of the Earth has 180 degrees of east longitude and 180 degrees of west
longitude that also corresponds with numbers in numerology.

To find ratio of a place with numerological numbers, it is necessary to find
out a latitude and a longitude of a place then it is necessary to transform
numbers of degrees in numerological numbers. But it is preliminary necessary to
change a scale according to which measure degrees of a longitude as in the
modern geodesy for an index point of readout take Greenwich meridian which is
not an indisputable and correct focused line for calculation of numbers in
numerology. Namely as a zero meridian it is necessary to accept the longitude of
Jerusalem which from the point of view of the God is the centre of the world and
consequently should be an index point of readout for degrees of longitudes.

Besides it is impossible to take into account degrees of east longitude and
degrees of west longitude but it is necessary to count degrees from 0 up to 360,
that is shown on the plan-map:

The plan shows a map of South Pole of the Earth (polar
map of Antarctica) where the top semicircle of a map corresponds with
degrees of east longitude from 0 up to 180, and the bottom semicircle of
a map corresponds with degrees of west longitude from 0 up to 180
which are written by blue figures. Red figures specify a scale of degrees from 0 up to 360 without taking into account east and west longitude, namely without division of the Earth's globe into east and west hemispheres. Pay attention that on South Pole the scale of degrees is focused
counter-clockwise but if to consider a map of North Pole then the scale
of degrees is focused clockwise as the South Pole is mirror reflection of North Pole.Dark figures specify a scale of degrees in which a zero meridian is the longitude of Jerusalem 35°10'E. |

Difference between Greenwich meridian and longitude of Jerusalem
approximately 35 degrees and consequently it is necessary to change geodesic
data. For example, 110th degree of east longitude on the Greenwich scale
approximately corresponds to 285th degree on the scale where a zero meridian is
the longitude of Jerusalem, namely on the "Jerusalem scale". Or 115th degree of
west longitude on the Greenwich scale approximately corresponds to 150th degree
on the Jerusalem scale.

In a similar way it is necessary to recalculate degrees of longitude
concerning middle of the world which Jerusalem is, that geodesic coordinates
were true from the point of view of numerology. Then it is necessary to
transform numbers of degrees in numerological numbers.

For example, the longitude 37°45'E on the Greenwich geodesic scale corresponds
to 357°15' on the Jerusalem geodesic scale, or if to take into account the exact
longitude of Jerusalem 35°10'E then 357°15'-10' =357°05'. It means that the
specified place according to the Jerusalem scale is between 357th and 358th
degrees on a surface of the Earth. Therefore for calculation of numerological
number it is necessary to do consecutive addition of degree numbers
3+5+8=16*1+6=7, that specifies numerological number 7 which corresponds to
region on a surface of the Earth with coordinates between 37th and 38th degrees of east longitude.

Pay attention that for calculation of numerological number are taken numbers
358, but not 357 as numbers of degrees correspond with numerological numbers
according to a rule which is shown on the following plan-map:

The zero meridian on the map corresponds with the
longitude of Jerusalem. The region in the west from the zero meridian up
to 1st degree of the shown scale of measurements corresponds with
numerological number 1, the region from 1st degree up to 2nd degree
corresponds with numerological number 2 and so on the circle of the
Earth corresponds with numerological numbers according to degrees of the
shown scale of measurements from 1 up to 360. For example, the place with coordinates 1°25' corresponds with numerological number 2, and the place with coordinates 2°25' corresponds with numerological number 3. |

Calculations of numerological numbers concerning meridians of longitudes is
not unconditional as for a zero meridian it is possible to choose any point as
an orientation, but nevertheless the shown scale of measurements can be
considered correct as lines of the shown scale are correlated not only to
Jerusalem but also coincide with the Egyptian pyramids that is visible on the
map. Namely the Great Egyptian Pyramid at Giza has coordinates 31°09'E that coincides
with a line of the fourth degree on the shown scale.

*The Egyptian pyramids except for other astronomical functions had geophysical
functions and allowed to carry out geodesic measurements and consequently the
ratio of Egyptian pyramids with the shown geodesic scale is the fact which
allows to think that this scale correct from the point of view of numerology.*

As against calculations of numerological numbers concerning meridians of
longitudes during which a conditional and actual initial point is the bible
middle of the world, it is possible to count indisputable and unconditional
calculations of numerological numbers concerning parallels of latitudes as
equator and poles of globe are unconditional initial points but provided that
the beginning of calculations can be either South Pole or North Pole of the planet.

According to the modern geodesy the Earth is divided into north and south
hemispheres, and readout begins from a zero parallel which the equator is and
comes to an end on poles which are final points of calculations. In total each
hemisphere of the Earth from equator up to a pole is divided into 90 parallels
and each parallel is equal to one degree. But such readout is not correct from
the point of view of numerology as the equator can not be the beginning of
calculations and consequently it is necessary to apply the special numerological
scale of measurements according to which readout begins on one of poles, that is
shown on the following plan-map:

Blue figures at the left show degrees of the modern geodesic scale, and dark figures on the right show degrees of numerological scales of measurements provided that the beginning of calculations is compared to South Pole of the planet as top of the world is North Pole and should correspond with number 9, and the South Pole is considered as the bottom point of the world and consequently should correspond with initial numerological number 1. |

To determine a ratio of numerological numbers with a surface of the Earth, it
is necessary to learn latitude according to the geodesic scale of measurements
and to correlate with the numerological scale of measurements then it is
necessary to transform numbers of degrees in numerological numbers.

For example, 29°58' of north latitude (coordinate of the Egyptian pyramids)
correspond with 119°58' on the numerological scale of measurements. It means
that the Egyptian pyramids are in region between 119th and 120th degrees and
consequently it is necessary to summarize consistently numbers 1+2+0=3 and as a
result is calculated the numerological number 3 which corresponds to a place of
the Egyptian pyramids.

Or, for example, 8°20' of south latitude correspond with 81°40' on the
numerological scale of measurements. It means that the specified place is
between 81st and 82nd degrees and consequently it is necessary to summarize
consistently numbers 8+2=10*1+0=1 and as a result is calculated the
numerological number 1.

Thus, the surface of the Earth is divided by meridians and parallels into
squares which have the sizes: 1 degree of longitude and 1 degree of latitude.
Otherwise it is possible to tell that meridians and parallels form a geodesic
network in which cells have the sizes: 1 degree of longitude and 1 degree of
latitude, but provided that the network of geodesic lines is focused concerning
Jerusalem which is middle of the world and is the beginning of calculations for
meridians, and also is focused concerning South Pole which is the beginning of
calculations for parallels, that is necessary from the point of view of
numerological calculations.

Each geodesic square corresponds with two numerological numbers. The first
corresponds with a latitude and the second corresponds with a longitude, and in
aggregate the geodesic square corresponds with a double combination of
numerological numbers which corresponds to space of the square.

For example, the plan-map shows the geodesic square in which space the capital of
Rome is located:

The shown geodesic square is between 131st and 132nd
degrees of latitudes, and between 22nd and 23rd degrees of longitudes
agrees to the numerological scale of measurements that is shown by dark
figures, and blue figures show degrees of the standard geodesic scale of
measurements. To a latitude of the square corresponds numerological number 6 (1+3+2=6) and to a longitude of the square corresponds numerological number 5 (2+3=5) that in aggregate forms the double combination of numbers 65. The similar combination of numerological numbers corresponds to
geodesic squares in which Saint Petersburg and Kiev are located. That is
number 65 is comparable to the state and religious centers of empires as
number 6 symbolizes the Supreme Olympic gods and number 5 symbolizes
Athena who is the patron of civilizations. |

According to ratio of numerological numbers with space of the planet it
is possible to speak about influence of space on people. Namely
numerological numbers within the limits of geodesic squares form
characteristics of collective world perception which influences
mentalities and sensations of the person.

If the person moves from one geodesic square in another then the person
is influenced with other attitudes that determines changes which occur
depending on change of places. Thus numbers of space react with numbers
of a name and numbers of birth date, and also react with other numbers
which are significant for the person, that forms complex system of
numbers according to which the person is in existence.

Except for the basic geodesic squares which have scale: 1 degree of
longitude and 1 degree of latitude, it is possible to consider smaller
or larger squares of space, and also it is possible to consider other
spatial structures which can be correlated to numbers in numerology. The
detailed information on various methods of calculations which allow to
correlate numbers to space of globe, look in section of this site which
has the name **geo-numerology**.

*I hope that the submitted information will help to learn original
sense which numbers in numerology have.
If the contents of some pages of this site section seems difficult and
demands knowledge of calendars of the ancient world then it is
unessential for modern numerology as there are modern calendars
according to which it is possible to carry out numerological
calculations, but nevertheless the given information allows to
understand laws according to which numbers are connected to calendars,
and in essence are connected to movement of time.
From the given ways of calculations and methods of numerological
analysis of the human person it is enough to choose any one method or
two methods which allow to solve necessary tasks. And also it is
enough to choose any one calendar and to do calculations according to dates of
one calendar as each calendar is independent chronological system and does not
correspond with dates of other chronological systems. For example, if numbers
are calculated by means of the Gregorian calendar then can not be considered
together with numbers which are calculated by means of the ancient Egyptian
calendar or any other calendar. Namely it is necessary to commensurate used
calendars and methods of numerological calculations with tasks which are solved
by means of numerology.
The Gregorian calendar is quite sufficient for contemporary numerology
and also the basic methods of calculations with numbers of names and
numbers of birth are quite sufficient, but other calendars and various
methods of calculations can be used for the decision of specific tasks.
In end should tell what to predict the future difficultly, but by means
of numerology it is possible to realize the past and by means of the
past it is possible to understand essence of the future.*