Have you ever lost anything such as your wallet, money, or keys? Have you ever misplaced something around your home or office and were at your wit’s end trying to find it? Losing things is not a new problem. The ancients of long ago, through their constant study of the occult sciences, were able to determine where to look for missing objects and things.
The ability to find lost things was another ability demonstrated to the late master Astrologer, Sepharial, by his swami-teacher from the Orient. The swami asked Sepharial to take an object not known to him, to concentrate on the object, then give him the first number that came to mind. From the number that Sepharial gave, the swami was able to describe the object in detail (a postage stamp), and even give its value. Sydney Omarr, today’s famed Astrologer, also adapted this technique in his “thought dial” concept, better known as TD.
How does this correlation between a number and a lost object work? The principal of locating lost objects through numbers starts in the subconscious mind. Here’s how it works. First, both Sepharial and Sydney Omarr say that you should be as relaxed as possible. Once the subject relaxes, have him or her concentrate on the missing object or thing to be located. Next, have them write down the first set of numbers that come to mind.
Sepharial suggests you write down the first 9 numbers that come into your mind. To these 9 numbers, add the number 3, which makes for a total of ten figures. Add all ten numbers together and read the interpretation given for the final number.
Sydney Omarr’s method is even simpler. Omarr suggests that you write only 3 numbers and add them up until you arrive at one single digit.
Let’s take an example using Omarr’s method: Our object is missing wallet. First, relax. Next concentrate on the missing object. Finally, write down the first three numbers that come to mind. In this example, the numbers I selected were 4,1 and 8 =13 (1+3=4). We then read the interpretation given below for the final number of 4.There appears to be much validity to the method.