Heaven and hell according to the ancient beliefs of Chaldean numerology

This article may by some be perceived as somewhat controversial as we’re here getting in touch with a religious topic. So let me make it clear for you that we don’t favor any religion or faith over any other. This article only aims to convey the ancient religious beliefs of the ancients who practiced Chaldean numerology in the ancient city of Persepolis around 500 BC.

In the ancient Achaemenid empire of Persia, the main religion was Zoroastrianism, which is a religion that has many similarities with Christianity.
The difference here however is that they only follow 3 commandments, which are:

  • Think good thoughts
  • Speak good words
  • Do good deeds

If you live according to these commandments, it means that you live according to Asha, which means “the way of enlightenment”. However, it’s believed that if you live according to the opposite: bad thoughts, bad words, and bad deeds, you live according to retardation. Yes, that’s actually the term the ancients used.
In the Zoroastrian faith, there is one God whose name is Ahura Mazda, which means “aura of light”. He was portrayed this way:

It’s believed that Ahura Mazda created the Earth, and he created the Heavens. It also states that Ahura Mazda created happiness for man.
So what is heaven according to the ancient philosophy of Chaldean numerology?
First of all, let’s talk about who the people of Persepolis were who practiced Chaldean numerology.
These people were Zoroastrian priests who were known as Magis, and these were the same people who visited the newborn Jesus Christ. Yes, the three wise men were in fact Persian magis. Among magis, it was common to practice advanced science, astronomy, astrology, and Chaldean numerology.
According to the magis of Persepolis who practiced Chaldean numerology, they believed that the Heavens is a place in the Universe among the stars called the Haft Peykar, which means “The Seven Beautiful Sisters”, or simple “the Seven Sisters”.
The Seven Sisters is in fact the star system of the Pleiades which can be seen on the night sky, and it looks like this:

This place among the stars was believed to be the seven heavens.
This perception has deep roots in not only Persian culture, but also in Greek culture, and even in ancient Danish culture.
In the Danish bronze age, the Pleiades in the winter sky was perceived as the holiest place in the night sky.
In ancient Greek mythology, the Seven Sisters were depicted as actual sisters who were so amazing and beautiful that even the Olympian gods fought each other to gain their affection.
Below we see the famous painting from 1885 by the painter Elihu Vedder who portrayed the Seven Sisters according to Greek mythology.

So according to the ancient philosophy of Chaldean numerology, it was believed that the Pleiadian worlds were inhabited by humans who look just like us. Some of the ancient magis even believed that the mythological creatures of nymphs and sirens were in fact Pleiadian visitors.
It’s believed that the only way Pleiadian people look different from us is that they have larger irises in their eyes, and they are incredibly beautiful. All of them.
According to the ancient philosophy of Chaldean numerology, the ancients believed in reincarnation, and they believe that if a person lives well according to Asha (good thoughts, good words, and good deeds), his or her soul may be fit to eventually reincarnate in the Pleiadian worlds.
It’s believed that in the Pleiadian heavens, love is free and that relationships are fluid. It’s also believed that these places possess science beyond the comprehension of man, which means that they are extremely technologically advanced.

So how can you “go to heaven” according to the ancient philosophy of Chaldean numerology?

As previously mentioned, you should live according to Asha (think good thoughts, speak good words and do good deeds), but this is not enough.
You also need to become intellectually smart. You need to become highly intelligent in the field of both mathematical and creative skills.
So why is this required?
It’s believed that in the heavenly realms of the Pleiadian heavens, everyone is extremely smart.
In order for your soul to become a match to live in such a harmonious place, you must become smart as well.
According to the ancient philosophy of Chaldean numerology, it’s believed that he who is a genius today, had at least 2 or three past lives in which this person only worked with this thing – full time.
Thereby it’s believed in the ancient philosophy of Chaldean numerology that when you practice hard on something, you develop a thing called talent cores, which are like seeds within your soul that can grow and become beautiful flowers if they are nurtured (metaphorically speaking).
By that, it’s believed that no learning is ever wasted.
For example, if you suck at something, you must become good at it, as by then, you’ll also easily become good at it in future lifetimes.

Life in the Pleiadian heavens

It’s believed that people are just as physical as you and me in the Pleiadian heavens.
It’s believed that these worlds are just like our world, but they have learned to live in peace eons ago. They also had their wars and their problems like we do now, but to them, these things are ancient history. They also had their industrial revolution, and they learned how to use technology in a positive way.
In their culture, relationships are fluid, and love and affection are seen as divine acts, which are not something that must be kept at home behind closed doors. There is no poverty, and there are abundant resources for everyone, and therefore they have no financial system.
Everyone is incredibly beautiful as everyone lives perfectly healthy, and it’s believed that everyone lives between 500-900 years. Most people there are between 1.7m-2m tall.
It’s also believed that in the Pleiadian heavens, you live in a constant state of bliss and ecstasy beyond your wildest fantasy.
Most importantly, it’s believed that once you’ve reached the stage of soul development, which allows you to enter the Pleiadian heavens, you’ll never have to endure painful incarnations again, as you’ll live a life without sin, and thereby you won’t create any negative karma.

Hell according to Chaldean numerology

The ancient Zoroastrians believe in hell, and they believe that it was made by an evil entity called Angra Maynyu. It’s from him, the word “angry” and “anger” derives.
It’s believed that when the Universe was created, it was created out of nothing.
Here it’s important to understand that nothing equals the number 0. The number 0 can be made many ways. For example, it can be made if you calculate:
It’s believed that when the Universe was created, all the positive and the negative split up, and the Universe was made.
Ahura Mazda became the creator god of all the positive, and Angra Maynyu became the force of all negative, which is evil. Ahura Mazda created the laws of physics, he created the numbers, he created the planets, the stars, and all that is good.
Angra Maynyu is similar to the Christian entity, Satan.
Angra Maynyu created all that is evil, unpleasant, corrupt, and bad.
In Zoroastrian faith, it’s believed that there is a place very similar to the Christian hell, with fire and torture.
However, the magis who practiced Chaldean numerology believe that this was mainly a metaphor for painful reincarnations of people who live according to bad thoughts, bad words, and bad deeds.
It’s believed that when we suffer badly, we pay off the negative karma we have accumulated.
It’s also believed that the hardship put upon us, is the love of Ahura Mazda to us in disguise, as this is what builds up our character, just like when we go to the gym. When we train hard, we grow muscles.

Building up skills is never a waste

If you believe in the ancient philosophy of Chaldean numerology, you can be confident that no practice, and no gain of knowledge if ever lost, as it’s believed that our soul is eternal.
So allegedly if you become a genius musician, you’ll be reborn with the same great talents in all your future incarnations. The same can be said if you become a great physicist or mathematician, you’ll carry these talents in your soul for all eternity.
This is also the reason why Persians have always been obsessed with knowledge, and modern-day Iranians are still today.