# Expectant Parents Now Have a Mathematical Way to Test Baby Name Meanings

Aug 18
07:40

2010

Joanne Justis

It’s time to educate soon-to-be parents including celebrities on the importance of what they name the baby and introduce them to a valuable tool – a m...

It’s time to educate soon-to-be parents including celebrities on the importance of what they name the baby and introduce them to a valuable tool – a mathematical way to test the effect of different baby names.  This tool allows the expectant parents to “test drive” names for their child prior to making that final and so important decision.

Expectant parents can now analyze or "test" baby names using a mathematical way to learn what the true meaning of each name selected is and how that name will affect their child if assigned. With this knowledge, expectant parents can influence which name to choose for their baby once they are educated on how the naming convention really works and the lifetime affect it will have on their child.

Using Chaldean Numerology, a mathematical formula, we can decipher the code or blueprint that resides within each name assigned at birth. The naming convention selected by the parents establishes their child's characteristics and traits for life. By testing the chosen baby names, parents can now influence picking the three "core" characteristics they would like to bestow on their child.

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 is so exact, it is laser-focused in abstracting information about who each of us really is. This mathematical formula is called Chaldean Numerology.

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.

Baby naming is not even close to what you might think. There is no such thing as traditional or nontraditional names when it comes to applying the principal of using a mathematical formula to "testing" a baby name. The process is technical, nonemotional and very analytical. There is no bias from the standpoint of using this method as opposed to what others may think the name means in whatever culture. Since less than a handful of practitioners can accurately calculate baby names by using this specific formula, it stands to reason that the rest of the world falls back on only what they know.

Standalone boys and girls names do not have any value or meaning once the name is "inked" on the birth certificate. When the birth certificate is finalized, the name and birthdate form the baby's spiritual master plan, blueprint or owner's manual--based on whatever you want to call this plan. It is at this time that babies have names with meanings.

Think about it--when you build a house, you are building a custom designed architectural specification or blueprint based on mathematical formulas. When you purchase products, they come with an owner's manual which is included as part of the product. 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 are!

The following is a perfect example of why baby naming as we currently know it does not make any sense when you stop to analyze it. Take the name "Suri." Suri means Princess in Hebrew, Red Rose in Farsi and Pickpocket in Japanese, so what does the name really mean? It means whatever the name means in a particular culture, but it in no way reflects one meaning indelibly onto your child. That statement should come as a surprise to parents who have used this method for naming their baby for generations, when you look at what's really behind the name.

Because baby naming is so misunderstood, it is unlikely that you will find many services on the market that will provide you with this type of information on the "testing" of baby names. You can find many Numerologists who specialize in baby naming; however, the most popular number system that most use was flawed from the day it was introduced, unbeknownst to the average person. Without investigating who you are working with, you could easily be creating more of a problem for yourself in using this mathematical approach to naming.

As the story was written, Julia Roberts named her twins nontraditional names, so she thought--Hazel Patricia Moder and Phinneaus Walter Moder. Regardless of their unusual names, both have very successful and well-balanced blueprints. There was so much attention made to the twin's names that Julia named her third child this time around, a "traditional" name, or so she thought.

She named her son, Henry Daniel Moder which sounds like a traditional name; however, his name calculates to be a more difficult blueprint in reference to his core characteristics as opposed to his sister and brother's blueprint. The difference is that two of Henry's core characteristics just happen to be identical numbers of the intellectual characteristics. It's not likely that Henry will be as outgoing as others but he will have a brilliant analytical mind.

We could go on forever with analyzing names, and what their blueprints calculate to be. The point is that if parents only knew the truth about baby naming and the life-altering impact the name has on the child, they would want to "test" their baby name before assigning the name.

For many, this concept is just too far out to embrace. The truth about baby naming still remains a secret for the most part, so the purpose of this article is to educate parents on a whole new concept that's not the traditional approach to baby naming. This approach is using an ancient system of numbers to decipher the code--a code that resides within each name assigned at birth.

Ethnic tradition in other cultures dictates the seriousness surrounding baby naming handed down from generation to generation led by the elders. Their opinion carried a lot of weight in wanting to insure that their ethnic tradition was upheld. 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.

Knowledge is power and knowing what your child's blueprint is is invaluable and an investment in his or her future happiness as he or she grows up and discovers it all starts with "him or her!"

The secret to their success in life will boil down to first knowing who they are and how they are wired. When you intellectually understand the personal characteristics and traits, development, strengths and weaknesses and how all of the components in their blueprint work or don't work well together (aggressive versus nonaggressive), then they are more apt to make better choices in life. This knowledge will enable them to see the bigger picture of who they are to better understand their behavior patterns.

The most important gift parents can bestow on their child is the name they assign which makes the name "priceless." Doesn't your baby deserve a priceless gift for life--one that took you great care and thought to give?

To sum up, Chaldean Numerology is the most effective personal assessment tool on the market that can provide exact laser-focused information on "testing" of baby names. This information will provide parents with the type of details that will enable them to influence making a decision on their baby's personal characteristics by deciphering the code that lies hidden within every name assigned at birth.