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THE THEORY

April 25, 2020
Modern psychology recognizes the value of typologies, thanks to the famous Jungian Typology, which has proved to be very helpful since the 1920s. A typology is, of course, a set of types. In Jung’s psychological typology there are eight main types, and everyone can easily find his own, and appreciate all the instructions Jung gives for each type to avoid distress. (We shall talk about Jungian typology, one of these days.) Thousands of years ago, Egyptians structured a much wider psychological typology, in which there were 360 different types. Hebrews reshaped that typology, and found out that 72 types were enough to describe the entirety of humanity. I don’t know if 72 types are enough, but I know that they do just fine. I don’t know – and nobody knows – how the ancients managed to accomplish this work. Statistics, perhaps – centuries of statistical research. And how did they discover the connection between the types and birthdates? Astrology? I don’t think so. To make accurate astrological analysis you need to know the birthplace, but these 72 types work in any part of the world. Furthermore, we’ll see that astrological signs DO NOT influence our 72 types. For example, there are some days in February (Aquarius) which have an Angel almost identical to the Angel of some days in November (Scorpio). Then, we must admit that this theory called Angelology really is a mystery. But it is no less mysterious than the way Egyptians built the Pyramids, and no less mysterious than the way we invented the Internet.

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Solutions

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