1.11.11: Starting Over

We talked about the power of “1″ on the first. You know, on 1.1.11. Then I began asking myself, how is 1.11.11 different? We are even more overwhelmed with the little buggers today.


Delving into even more thrills and chills and parapsychology this year than last (actually, at the moment I’m researching theoretical physics and super string theory as ways to explain the improbable but not impossible psychic powers and phenomenon I’m writing about), makes ia GREAT time to look a little deeper at the “1″ and the numerology behind it, so here goes!

Beyond the basic symbolism of single digits, numerology tell us that number combinations and patterns hold even great power and significance.

Good news for me, since I’d already decided to play with repeating symbols and the combinations of them that appear to my new heroine. The numbers I’m zeroing in on for my new “Legacy” proposals are 3, 5 and 7 (all prime for a reason, since one of the new family’s three siblings is a math prodigy). 

But how could I combine the appearance of symbols and the repeating occurrence of visits from the heroine’s spiritual guides and make it all meaningful to the contemporary paranormal world I’m continuing to build for the psychic series? (Did I mention that the first book in the new three-book continuation is going to be a ghost story ;o) Numerology to the rescue!

Here are the individual meanings for the numbers I’ve mentioned:

  • 1–Look back at my Jan 1st post.
  • 3 –Symbolizes completeness and fulfillment. Something that contributes to your personal fulfillment. The resolving of conflict between to opposing psychic forces. Excellent! But it can also signify (especially in dreams) that something is nearly, but not quite, complete (4 symbolizes wholeness and the integrated psyche). Or that whatever lacking can only be provided by some part of your unconscious self you’re afraid to confront. Even more excellent for my tortured, gifted (but resisting) heroine!
  • 5–The number for change. Since it follows 4, 5 is about starting over again.
  • 7–Also a number for completeness, though also can signify a time for change. Like the number 6, there is often conflict inherent in a repetition of 7.

“What about the dates?” you’re probably asking. Number combinations and multiples are key when looking at them.

  • 6 and 3 are often seen as the same thing when they appear, for example, since 6 is a multiple of 3.
  • Combinations of the numbers in dates make all the difference in the world.
  • 1.1.11 is 1+1+1+1=4 (again, a number for wholeness, which is where we were on the first of the month).
  • 1.11.11 is 1+1+1+1+1+1=5 (and, thus, following the simplistic meanings given above, we’re starting over, which would be refreshing, considering what the country’s going through at present).

Numerology is so much more complicated than the above.But this is fun, right? And the possibilities for creating a world around the science of it is AMAZING!

Have a great, promising 1.11.11 day!

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3 Responses to “1.11.11: Starting Over”

  1. Wow. I’m sort of speechless. Mind blowing stuff here. Lots to think about.

  2. Jane says:

    Very fascinating. I had no idea about the date until I was watching Jimmy Kimmel and he was talking about 1-1-11.

  3. librarypat says:

    I have never looked into numerology. I had looked into doing a short session on it for a teen summer reading program, but it got shot down. Bible Belt South won’t allow it. My boss informed me I would have major problems if I tried it. It gets frustrating when anti-bible and satanic motives are read into so much.

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