This comprehensive introduction to numerology made easy answers questions about the impact that numbers have on your life, career and personal relationships. It guides you through the calculations required for the application of numerological principles. It also sets out in easy-to-follow format the characteristics of different numbers and the ways in which they combine.What makes a number lucky for one person and unlucky for another? How do you calculate your fate and destiny numbers? What are the colours that suit your personality best and are guaranteed to carry you through difficult times.This comprehensive introduction to numerology answers these and many more questions about the impact numbers have on your life, career and personal relationships. It guides you through the calculations required for the application of numerological principles. It also sets out in an easy-to-follow format the characteristics of different numbers and the ways in which they combine.Lucidly written for easy use, yet detailed in its scope and application, Numerology Made Easy is the one book that anyone interested in numbers absolutely must read.
About the Author
Anupam V Kapil, is India’s topmost astro-numerologist and best selling author of Numerology Made Easy (Penguin Books), his daily forecasts in The Times of India (all editions), have made him India’s most popular columnist. Anupam has deep knowledge and exposure of all forms of occult sciences whether remedial astrology, numerology, palmistry, tarot, svara vidya, face reading and pendulum dowsing and is also India’s only phonetic numerologist.With an MBA and Masters in Journalism and Communications (MCJ) and BA (History), and studying law, he also was a journalist writing extensively for The Times of India, Indian Express and Mid Day in the 1990’s. He runs a successful logistic company which has a network across the country. Famous predictions include the India winning the World Cup 2011(Aaj Tak), (joint US British attack on Iraq, and the 9/11 attack on New York in June 1999 in Sunday Times of India, the Delhi and Bombay 26/11/2008 blasts on AAJ TAK on 12/6/2008 and 6/8/2008, overthrow of Mushraff predicted on AAJ TAK on 7/7/2008.