|By PR Newswire||
|August 22, 2014 08:43 AM EDT||
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla., Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The ancient science of correlating the letters in names with planets and signs gets the spotlight in author Linda Bender's Acrophonology: The Magical Power of Letters. In this book, specific letters and combinations of letters represent the sounds made when vocalizing a name. These sounds are actually energy vibrations, which in turn, correlate to specific planets or signs. This book will help reveal the power in a name.
The name you were given is the personal self or personality and it was not an accident. Each name carries its own karma. The last letter of your given name is what you learned in a past life. It represents the qualities you were born with and what you will apply in your current life. The first letter of your name is what you came in to achieve. The last letter of your name is the cause and the first letter of your name is the reaction. The most important name in your lineage is your mother's maiden name. It is the karma you brought into this life and the karma you will attract while you are here.
There is also a chart in the book to help analyze the letters in a name and to help empower people to heal themselves by learning the magic of letters.
About the Author
Linda Bender is an astrologer and acrophonologist who earned a bachelor's degree in history from the University of Tennessee. She became an ordained minister with the Alliance of Divine Love in 2005 and writes a monthly astrology article and a bimonthly forecast for the Alliance of Divine Love magazine.
Pepe Applegate has studied astrology for over thirty years and was one of Shirle Kiley's original students during the 1980s when she mastered acrophonology. She has helped many people on her journey in the world of metaphysics and became an ordained minister with the Alliance of Divine Love in 1993.
ACROPHONOLOGY-The Magical Power of Letters
by Linda Bender
Publication Date: April 22, 2013
$17.95; 202 pages; ISBN 978-1-47598-456-9
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