NUMEROLOGY by Sybil Leek

NUMEROLOGY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

2 and 2 are 4--""The number 4 is concerned with the mind."" 4 and 4 are 8--""For those who consciously wish to pursue power and who have enough aggressiveness in their nature, number 8 can be the extra driving force needed to bring them quickly to success."" But don't even start to count unless you have your astrology down pat and are prepared to memorize the Hebraic, Arabic, and Pythagorean alphabets (a simple chore for the dedicated, says Miss Leek). The author is deadly serious and even if you're sharp enough to pick up enough to parlay this into a parlor game, chances are you'll still be off a decimel. There is an interesting history as well as a dissection of the ""Fadic"" numerical influence on the lives of Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler, Eleanor Roosevelt, Mao Tsetung, Queen Elizabeth and Martin Luther King, Jr. ""All things are numbers"" but not to all people.

Pub Date: June 15th, 1969
Publisher: Macmillan