Address Numerology

Prabir Ghosh
General Secretary,
Science and Rationalists’ Association of India

Just like Astrology, this Numerology or the bogus idea of changing the first letter of your name, number of letters in your name, adding new letters to your name (or names of your new venture, movie, TV serial etc) to bring ‘good luck’ has gained popularity in the last few years in India. It includes car numbers, house or telephone numbers and so on…

For example — the name of your new serial is going to be ‘Pagal’ (means ‘mad’ or eccentric). Your numerologist tells you your lucky number is 6. How do you make it? You change the name into ‘Ppagal’ or ‘Paggal’ . Isn’t it interesting? Now you are not just mad, you’re quite mad!

Original article can be found here

Address Numerology


sevenHi everybody, people having birthday on 7, 25, 16 of a month or having destiny number or life path number 7 normally have the following characteristics or traits:-
1. They try to hide facts from friends and family members.
2. They are outstanding in their work.
3. These natives are extremely restless in nature and quite inquisitive.
4. Most of the people have destiny or life path number 7 are introverts.
5. They are expressive and good orators.
6. They are influenced by people, they try to impress others.
7. Live in their own dream world.
8. Cannot decide what is right or wrong for them, depend on others.
9. They are interested in others’ lives and don’t discuss what is going in their lives.
10. They are intelligent.
11. They are quite selfish in nature.
12. They want to be appreciated by others.
13. They love to donate money to the needy.
14. They take their friends for granted.
15. They die for recognition.
16. These people do not have a happy married life.
17. They are flirts by heart.
18. They if wish can have a number of affairs.
19. They are not really committed in relationships.

Original article can be found here

Daily Numerology

This was my haul from the Orioles' game-used yard sale at FanFest. No regrets.

Sorry about my untimely yearlong absence. Long story short, the site was hacked and redirected to a malware site last May, and through an unfortunate combination of procrastination, a lack of technical know-how, and being otherwise occupied with renovating and moving to a new house, I didn’t get around to setting things right until last week. The good news is that baseball is back and so is NumerOlogy!

A list of updates to the site would be long and tedious. Suffice to say, the all-time roster is current as of today, accounting for all of the comings and goings of the 2010 and early 2011 seasons. The bio pages (0-9, 10-19, etc.) are also up-to-date, and there are a few bits of trivia on the Odds and Ends page. For instance, Jeremy Accardo is the 31st Oriole player to wear #37, making that the most frequently used number. Also, infielder Scott Moore spent a few weeks with the O’s after I went out of commission last year. In wearing #40, he became the latest Oriole to wear three different numbers with the team (having previously worn #9 and #43). Since the new season just started, I’ll give a rundown of the new players and coaches (and those who have changed numbers) in 2011:

Read more

Baltimore Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney Reviews

Bankruptcy is a legal procedure to help those who are not capable of paying their debts. Anyone can file for bankruptcy as it is his or her right, and this is allowed by the federal law. All bankruptcy procedures are handled by the federal court.

Maryland Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Laws, also known as Reorganization Bankruptcy, is for individuals who are earning regular income but have unsecured debts of not more than $307,625.00 or secured debts not more than $923,000.00. The court sets a payment plan wherein a debtor can afford and give it to an appointed trustee who will then pay to the creditor. Chapter 13 is more effective among homeowners who are behind their mortgage payments and has enough non-exempt assets.

Filing for Maryland Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Original article can be found here


It would be a disservice to Maryland United States’ District Court Judge Paula Xinis’ recent opinion in Okoro v. Wells Fargo to say that it stood for the principle that the courts are not going to give homeowner’s free homes as a result of technical violations of RESPA, federal and state debt collection statutes, and the common law. Judge Xinis carefully went through the Okoro’s claims and explained why each one of them had no merit. The court also reiterated that the Fourth Circuit has held that no one can bring a suit to enforce their right to pursue or obtain a loan modification. However, the bottom line for the Okoro’s was that they could stay in a home and not expect to make any payments just because the lender may have done some things incorrectly.

Original article can be found here