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Numerology Books

Post by Barleywine » 31 Jan 2018, 08:09

I recently bought Numerology and the Divine Triangle because I had fond memories about it being useful, but from my current vantage point I find it to be too inspirationally "New-Age-y" and not esoteric enough in a Pythagorean sense. Short of buying the classical Iamblichus or Taylor number-theory books (I already have The Three Books of Occult Philosophy and Maxwell's numerology-heavy The Tarot), almost everything modern I can find is the "lucky number" or "will I win the lottery?" kind of thing. Can anyone recommend a less populist, more scholarly book on numerology?

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