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The Connolly Book of Numbers Volume 2: The Consultant's Manual Paperback – 1 May 1989

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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't Buy These! 6 May 2011
By Graidan - Published on
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I have little to add for Volume 2, except that the whole "consultant's manual" is a misnomer. It's not a manual in any sense, especially since she keeps using words without defining what she means (like "balancing" or "activating" - are these rituals, or behavior changes, or some new-age treatment procedure?). Goodwin's book goes into details on how to write delineations - go there instead.

For Volume I:
I got this for my numerology library, but I have to say I won't be using it. I was severely disappointed. Not only are they pretty much the same calculations everyone else uses, they're poorly explained (lots of talk of "activating the aspect", but no information on what that means, for example), there are inconsistencies, and it generally seemed like it was merely for the author's own aggrandizement. The handwritten formulas are hard to read, most of her new formulas make very little sense, and the explanation of the various aspects was a whole lot of meaningless mumbo-jumbo. On top of that, her delineation of each number's meaning for each aspect was 5 words or less - really not very good, especially for a beginner.

Go with D. Jason Cooper's Ulian Numerology, in his book Discovering Numerology, if you want something a little different that describes something new. Or the REAL classic, Matthew Oliver Goodwin's Numerology: the Complete Guide. Even the book by Hans Decoz is better than this.
5.0 out of 5 stars Very happy to receive it 19 Oct. 2016
By Pets are little loves - Published on
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The numbers book number one came as described. Very happy to receive it. However I am still waiting for book number two.? Is it lost?
5.0 out of 5 stars Connolly Book Of Numbers Vol 2 5 Jan. 2013
By R.C. - Published on
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Still working with this book but like the first, it's easy reading and the author guides you through the work step by step
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4.0 out of 5 stars a good book 25 Aug. 2005
By Remy - Published on
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This really is a good book, and there aren't many on how to use Numerology and Tarot or any type of parapsychology. A recent update to this is Elizabeth Hazel's Tarot Decoded, which only has one chapter on Numerology.

This is VOLUME II, THE CONSULTANT'S MANUAL, which builds upon VOLUME I, and expands esoteric knowledge for use supposedly in teaching and counseling. I use it for Tarot Reading.

VOLUME I, which was the fundamentals provides the basic knowledge of what Numerology is and how it is built upon Pythagorean concepts and the creations of the Gnothology Chart to understand their life path, and it how it relates to your relationships and skills for life situations and overall karmic planning. This book becomes the basis for understanding numerology as an EQUAL to astrology.

Now with all that said, if you know nothing get Volume 1 and see if you are interested, not many buy into numerology or understand it. For those of us who do, these books are gold.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Connolly Book of Numbers Vol II 11 Feb. 2009
By Jerry M. Winn - Published on
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This series of 2 is fantastic. If you've ever felt there was something missing from numerology, well, you just found it. Once you go to Gnomology you will never again feel as though something just isn't write with numerological charts. Connolly provides all you need and then some! I'd recommend this book to anyone wishing to advance their knowledge of numbers and how they play in your life.
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