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on 27 August 2017
I really enjoyed this book and it was a lot of fun. The format was easy to read and to learn. When put into practice on friends the results were both interesting and hilarious. Whether one believes in numerology, or not, its amazing what an inappropriate mobile phone number can change in one's life. Recommended for a good, easy read and some wickedly good party laughs.
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on 21 June 2017
Excellent Read
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on 6 January 2016
Very interesting and quick and easy to learn the basics
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on 17 May 2013
Julian Moore writes in a clear, concise and entertaining way that makes absorbing the rich information in his books a joy.

His latest, 'Speed Learning Numerology' is an excellent introduction to the art and will have you up and running, performing readings for friends, family and even paying clients, in no time at all.

Even those who already practice numerology will find fresh new ideas in the author's exploration of the Lo Shu square and reading of the numbers all around us in the modern world (such as mobile phones).

Highly recommended, great value for money.
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on 9 March 2015
good book first class
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on 27 August 2013
This product is indeed an introduction to numerology that makes it easy to understand and fun and entertaining to use. The Lo Shu Square makes it easy to remember how to set out the numbers and to see how numbers reveal something about your life situation. The book gives an understanding of what numerology is all about.

My biggest problem is not what the book says as much as what it doesn't say. I don't know why it was decided to use the Lo Shu square layout rather than the calculator layout or the cellphone layout. The reason I am asking is because I have read on a previous occasion another numerology book by someone who also use a grid layout for working numerology but used the calculator layout with 1, 2, ,3 in the bottom row and 4,5,6 in the middle row and 7,8, and 9 in the top row. So who decided that one layout is better and on what basis is this decision made? Likewise I have also seen that people give different meanings to the numbers 1 to 9 depending on whether they use the Pythagorean or Chaldean or other system. So who decides that one system is better than another and on what basis is this decision made?

Until these questions can be answered by concrete solid evidence then numerology will remain more an entertaining parlor game rather than something that can be taken seriously enough to let it determine your life decisions.
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