#8 Mary Adams Lloyd, numerologist

Marc Jones lists this lady as a numerologist; nothing else is known. Her ascendant is 03.14 Cancer that is rounded up to 04 Cancer.  It gives the Hyperion symbol of a “young boy learning the teaching of moksha,” the Hindu and Jain concept of aim of life is to follow one’s path in life via dharma (virtuous, proper, moral life), artha (material prosperity, income security, means of life), and Kama (pleasure, sensuality, emotional fulfillment).  By doing this, one can liberated from samsara cycle of death and rebirth.

                                           An inspirational lady

It is a rather apropos symbol for a woman who was dedicated to numerology, as that is one of the prime principles of that esoteric science as well – freedom from the di-stress of life.  She is a see-saw temperament  with Uranus in the second house showing her unusual spirit towards being self-reliant.  Her moon is opposite her Jupiter in the tenth house, suggesting that she did have some modicum of success in her career, but we cannot say that it was in numerology, but Jupiter is in Pisces, where it is exalted, does suppose that.  Also supporting that idea is that her Saturn is exalted in Capricorn in the eighth and sextile the Moon saying that she had a knack for numbers but alas her underlying constitution was not robust.

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                 Something about Numerology

In numerology, all numbers are first diminished to the single digits of 1 through 9 aside from the master numbers 11 and 22. Each of these numbers (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 22) speak to a vibrational  rates that gives direction for different aspects of one’s life.

Using this standard chart, so get the numerological value of Mary’s first name we add the numerical values of each letter that compose it.  M = 13/4   A=1   R=18/9   Y= 25/7.  The full value of Mary’s name is  57 which is considered the Source.  The value of the consonants produces the Personality, and is shown below the name in the numerology chart

Typically as the chart above shows we collapse the numbers, so M which is the 13th letter of the alphabet becomes 4.  A is the first and remains unchanged; R is the eighteenth letter of the alphabet and becomes 9 and y is the twenty five letter of the English alphabet and becomes 7.  We add up the collapsed numbers of 4 + 1 + 9 + 7 = 21.  The full value of  57 that is then broken into its two components of 5 +7 and then summed for a resultant  12.  This component number is then also broken down into 1 + 2 which is in turn summed.  The process continues until one gets a number under 9.  Here we get 3.

Pythagoras the Greek who created this system called this number  “the One and the Many” because it is composed of both 1 – the one and 2 – the many.

Mary’s birth name is 3 that gives her a cheerful humour and enthusiastic manner.  Three is a creative number, but leads to boredom, impulsivity and jealousy if her bad side is allowed to foster.  This shows the strengths of numerology, as in all the esoteric sciences, that it is a tool  to know the bad side  and foster the good so one can reach their potential.  Of course it is based on the premise that one wants that.

If everyone breaks down to 1-9 that would make numerology rather simplistic.  But there are many numbers that numerology uses and one is her full name which we already know is 57.  That has its own vibration  that means that she will work hard to make negative condition better and  she has a knack at understanding people’s troubles and a desire to help them through it.  5 is a number that always wants to know how other people feel and understand their own experience while the number 7 seeks perfection they work together in 57 differently than they would in 75..

Once someone has their Name number they then look at other numbers in their life to make sure that they are harmonic with each other as that should give them the greatest aid in making their potential.

I discovered numerology from the old Dell books sold at the grocery stand, and through that realized that my name was not in harmony with other numbers in my life, so I changed it.  I would not be surprised if Mary Adams had not done the same.