Hi there Paul,
I hope you enjoyed the sample reading I sent you yesterday.
I've been looking a little deeper at your numerology chart
Paul, and here is what I have found:
I see you floating in a sea of endless time - great vistas and a feeling of lifetimes behind and ahead of you. I get the feeling of urgency with you Paul, things that must be done, lessons that must be experienced. I sense the rhythm of life, the cycles we all experience.
Paul, you have had a few worries recently about money, but you know you have the power to solve them. While it's been a bit of a bumpy ride financially these past couple of years, the
next 18 months or so will be a lot easier.
I sense a period early on in your life - teenage years perhaps - when you felt misunderstood, as if you couldn't really get close to anyone, as it you are walking on the outside of life. These
feelings very occasionally reoccur.
Paul, you have sometimes wondered if you have made the right decisions at times, and it looks as if you have. You work best when you make your own mind up on things, though it is useful to ask other people for advice before you make your own mind up.
I can see you happy and productive in your old age, surrounded by friends and family. You are of above average intelligence, and will keep on learning all the way through life.
Paul, this is just the smallest glimpse of what numerology can show you about your past, your present, and your future. I have something truly exciting I'd like to share with you, where you can get a "sneak peak" into the surprising future that awaits you:
Yours in Numbers,
Dear Blair "5367-1234" McNumberinson,
I hope you enjoyed the offer that my colleague, Joel, has prepared for you. Have you given any thought to that? Your email didn't even mention it.
I don't know how you knew that I had had some worries recently about money. It's true that I was trying to decide yesterday whether or not to get a polish dog at Costco. If I used the credit card, Mandi would know I had shopped at Costco on Sunday, and I didn't have quite enough change to get it. Plus it would stink up the car with farty polish-spices, and she would be able to discern pretty quickly that I had spent Sunday School getting my dog on. But you probably knew all this, based on the numbers in the date and time of this email.
And how did you know about that period of misunderstandedness that I experienced during my teen years? I hardly told anyone about that! It's absolutely true that there were a few times growing up when I felt like noone understood me. Well, my cat, Dorin, did. She always knew just what to say. I think she died of cancer or was killed by a car. I can't remember. Any glimpse of that from my numbers?
Regarding your kind offer to let me buy a further in-depth reading of my numbers:
I think I'm good for now, since you gave me such clarity with this and the previous 5 emails. It's obvious you know what you're doing, since all the things you said about me were spot-on. I might be looking for a job soon, at which time I will email you to give me advice. I hope you're honest and straightforward and don't steer the conversation towards any business venture you or your colleagues have going at the time.
P.S. Remember Blair from Facts of Life? She got all the cute boys. I hope you get cute romantic entanglements as well.