There are three major forms of Numerology: Kabbalah, Chaldean and Pythagorean. Kabbalah means knowledge that comes through the mind and soul and originated in Hebrew mysticism. The Kabbalah was developed for the Hebrew alphabet and has 22 vibrations ranging from 1 - 400. It was then adapted for the Greek alphabet and then for the Roman alphabet. Chaldean numerology was developed in Ancient Babylon (Iraq), and it combines certain aspects of Astrology with Kabbalistic name interpretation. Pythagorean numerology, as the name suggests, was developed by Pythagoras, a Greek mathematician and metaphysician who lived during the 6th century BC. People have studied the relationships of numbers to dates and names for over 2500 years. They explore these associations to: Determine their Life Path and Destiny, learn what challenges they may have to overcome. identify peak moments in their lives, explore their special talents and skills and how to use them wisely, discover what they have the innate abilities to be.