Master numbers in numerology
If you search the internet for information about numerology, you’ll frequently meet the mentioning of “Master Numbers”. Namely the numbers 11, 22, 33 and 44.
This has nothing to do with Chaldean numerology, where these “master numbers” do not exist.
But the numbers 11, 22, 33, 44 itself do in fact exist, and they all have very specific meanings. In Chaldean numerology, these four numbers are called compound numbers, named 11/2, 22/4, 33/6 and 44/8.
If we take a look into what the ancient Chaldean tablets wrote about these numbers, we see the following description:
Master number 11 (11/2)
“This is an ominous number to occultists. It gives warning of hidden dangers, trial, and treachery from others. It has a symbol of a clenched hand and a lion muzzled. It represents a person who will have great difficulties to contend against”.
The symbolism of “a lion muzzled” means that one has a great deal of inner strength, but it all drowns in self-doubt, low self-esteem and mind racing.
Therefore the number 11/2 is a number of stress, low energy, and a low self-esteem. It’s a number of caring too much about other people’s opinions and it’s a number of inferior complexes. Therefore addictions come with the compound number of 11/2.
It clearly states that the compound number of 11/2 is a very unfortunate number, and it has nothing to do with any kind of mastery – rather the complete opposite: failure, low self-esteem, stress and the fear of owning one’s inner strength.
Master number 22 (22/4)
“This number is symbolized by ” a Good Man blinded by the folly of others, with a knapsack on his back full of Arrows”. In this picture, he appears to offer no defense against a ferocious tiger which is attacking him. It is a warning number of illusion and delusion, a good person who lives in a fool’s paradise; a dreamer of dreams who awakens only when surrounded by danger. It is also a number of false judgments owing to the influence of others. As a number in connection with future events, it is a warning and its meaning should be carefully noted.”
The compound number of 22/4 is very unfortunate.
It means that one is very naïve and keep trusting bad people who will rip one-off.
It also means that one often gets ripped off in business and that one will keep forgiving the crooked people, so one will get ripped off over and over.
With the compound number of 22/4, one has a naïve humanist life view that will attract a lot of bad people who will take advantage of one.
It also means that one lives in a happy fantasy world – far beyond reality.
This means that people who are represented by the compound number of 22/4 often suffer from mythomania, and they often believe in their own lies.
People who are represented by the compound number of 22/4 furthermore tend to have autism, OCD, Asperger’s syndrome and other similar mental disorders.
Master number 33 (33/6)
“This number is also fortunate: it promises the assistance and association of those of rank and position with one’s plans; it also denotes gain through love and the opposite sex: it is a favorable number when it comes out in relation to future events.”
The compound number of 33/6 has many similarities with the compound number of 24/6.
However, the compound number of 33/6 is more focused on materialism and business. It’s also strongly focused on due diligence in business and high level of integrity in business.
Thereby this is a fortunate number.
Master number 44 (44/8)
Chaldean tablets: No description
The compound number of 44/8 is one of the three compound numbers that dictates Karmic penalty. The other ones are 48/3 and 88/7.
This is the case because the compound number of 44/8 consists of double 4 and 8. The numbers 4 and 8 are the minor and the major destiny number. When they are put together in this order, it becomes disastrous.
Therefore the compound number of 44/8 is far worse than 26/8 and 35/8 combined.
In Chaldean numerology, there is no “Master Numbers”. The numbers 11, 22, 33, 44 are compound numbers, called 11/2, 22/4, 33/6 and 44/8. Only 33/6 is a fortunate number.