Numerology is the study of the numbers and how they relate to certain characteristics, abilities, talents and tendencies of a person or pet. Each number has its own qualities and characteristics. It is like a musical mode. Each mode has a characteristic scale degree and certain harmonic structures that give each its distinctive sound. The roots of numerology can be traced back some 10,000 years to Egypt and Babylonia. Pythagoras, who developed many of the basic theorems that form the foundation of modern mathematics, is credited with formally organized the field about 2600 years ago in ancient Greece.
The numerology for pets is based on their hearing frequency ranges and how they perceive the sounds of our alphabet. Humans, can hear frequencies between 20 Hz and 20,000 Hz, and dogs can hear sounds between 67 Hz and 45,000 to 60,000 Hz, depending on the breed. For instance, dogs hear the vowels in their names more clearly than they do the consonants. Most animals respond to first syllable of their names, even if their names have more than two.
Animals have different hearing frequency than we do. Understanding what their frequency range is and how they perceive our alphabet will help you to choose the right name for your pet. Every number has its own qualities. If their names vibrate with their hearing frequency, it will removes confusion and your pet will have a positive sensation.
It doesn’t matter if your pet has a foreign name or written with a different alphabet. Numerology for pets is about the sound of each letter. You have to compare the sound of the first letter of your alphabet to the sound of the western alphabet. For instance, If the first letter of your alphabet sounds like "O", then you have to assign the number 6 for this letter. See the alphabet chart - See Chart Here
There are no good or bad numbers because every number has both positive and challenging potentials. It may seem that your pet has a ‘bad’ number because a particular challenge keeps him repeating a behavior or reaction. It may simply be pointing out that your pet may be hearing his name in a different way that you may perceive.
Yes, it does. Each breed has different characteristics and temperament. Remember that 70% of your pet’s behavior is due to his temperament and 30% of his behavior is the way you talk to him or call him.
By learning some techniques presented in this book, you will be able to emphasize good qualities in your pet’s behavior by carefully selecting a name for your pet, and of course, increase the harmony between you and your pets.