Here’s the story of one lucky little boy named Tommy whose parents were at first leery about learning they can test baby names and that each name reveals specific personal characteristics/traits. This nontraditional approach to baby naming as most people would tag it has been kept a secret for so long that it’s just not believable to most czech names. Tommy’s parents had to step outside of their comfort zone in order to investigate the validity of the importance of naming their baby in this manner. As a result, they were able to “test” all of the name choices and to select the name that was best suited for their son that would bring him a well-balanced set of personal characteristics, joy and success. Had they not gone through this exercise their son, Tommy, would not have had the balanced name he was given at birth nor would he be the beautiful little boy he is today, a year-old toddler.
Talk about a great personality and a bundle of sweetness and joy. This child had a huge advantage over other children because his name was hand picked and analyzed to insure he would be given a head start in life with balanced characteristics—intelligence, great personality, and humanitarian qualities.
Tommy radiates happiness and joy. He’s a smart little boy with a curious mind and a dynamic personality in addition to being a little entertainer. He’s no doubt going to have lots of friends as he grows up due to his magnetic characteristics that will naturally draw people close to him. He will wear the friendly sign that says, “Hi, I’m Tommy, how can I help you?” Tommy is blessed to have parents who hand picked his chosen name by design.
What’s so sad about trying to educate parents on the importance of baby naming is that for many, this approach to “testing” names seems so far out. What we are really dealing with here is what we call an illusion—thinking something means “this” when in fact, it really means “that,” which is the case with baby naming.
In foreign countries, testing of baby names using Numerology and/or Astrology are considered to be traditional methods and are taken very seriously versus those in the United States who find this approach to naming to be “nontraditional.” The elders also knew that the baby’s blueprint provided potential choices from the numbers stemming from a name and that the letters represented sound (phonetics) and specific vibrational patterns. These patterns are then translated into a language that we can all understand.
Simply put, we convert letters of the alphabet into “assigned” numbers and then apply an ancient mathematical formula to decode the secrets that lie hidden within a name and birthdate. This process allows us to generate a blueprint, no different than a blueprint that is needed to build a home. Think about it—when you build a house, you are building to a custom designed architectural specification or blueprint based on mathematical formulas. When you purchase products, they come with an owner’s manual. So why would you think we would not be born in a neat little package that comes with an instruction manual? The answer is—of course we do!
We were left a secret legacy that has virtually gone untapped from brilliant mathematicians, philosophers, spiritual leaders and scientists, combined, who discovered a way of predicting the future and understanding their people. This mathematical formula they left us is so exact, it is laser-focused in abstracting information about who you are.
With today’s technology, we are able to capture and put into play the legacy left to us to share with mankind the secrets of the past. These secrets will have a big impact on our children when the magnitude of information surrounding each child is finally revealed, understood, and accepted.
The most important gift parents can bestow on their child is the name they assign which makes the name “priceless.” What does it take to educate parents on this subject so the truth about baby naming shall finally be revealed?
The practice that I am referring to is a nontraditional approach, (as we know it), to baby naming using Chaldean Numerology to test and analyze baby names so that parents can influence the characteristics they desire for their child. Testing of baby names enables us to generate a character analysis on each name to provide parents with important information they will need to know in order to make a long-term decision on picking the right name.
If you are soon-to-be parents, I highly recommend that you make the time to investigate this approach to testing baby names prior to assigning your child’s name. Once you have “inked” the name on the birth certificate, the blueprint is set for life of what your child came into this lifetime to experience including his/her personal characteristics/traits and development.
You as parents can pick and choose a name by design. Every time I think about Tommy, I quietly think to myself how different he would be had his parents chosen either of the other two name choices. For sure, he would not be this cheerful little boy he is today because the three “core” characteristics stemming from the two names were of an intellectual nature only, so those names would not have been well balanced with intellect, personality and humanitarian characteristics.
Tommy’s beautiful personality is a direct result of the name he was given at birth in addition to being loved and cherished by his parents.
If only all children had this kind of start in life, they would be well adjusted as they are growing up which is the exception to the rule, not the norm. I know this for a fact since I do readings of all ages and everything goes back to the name assigned at birth. Don’t you as parents want to know what the baby name reveals that you are assigning your child for life?
Numerology is a very exacting and intricate science, every bit as involved as professional astrological charts. Only Numerology, the Science of Numbers, through mathematical formulas, can identify and interpret that master plan, and reveal what lies at the heart of each name.