Letters that Scale Mountaintops

Posted on June 20th, 2007.

On Saturday, I hiked up Mount Pisgah with Clayton and our daughter Clara.
As we were walking back down the beautiful trail, I asked Clayton the names of high mountains. Clayton knows mountains. So he reminded me about Mount Whitney, the highest mountain in the contiguous U.S. at 14505 feet, or 4421 meters. He first scaled its peak when he was a tender nine years of age.
Two weeks ago, he rode his bike from our home in Asheville to Mount Mitchell and back – the highest mountain west of the Mississippi.
Mount McKinley in Alaska, of course, is the highest mountain in North America at 20320 feet, or 6194 meters. Back over in Hawaii, we have what scientists now say is the biggest mountain in the world – Mauna Loa. At 33132 feet, or 10099 meters, it’s taller than Mt. Everest.
Everest is the highest elevation on land, but it is only a single peak in an entire mountain range. Mauna Loa is a single mountain rising from the ocean floor on the island of Hawaii.
Lest you think I’ve switched the topic of this newsletter to mountain-climbing, think again.
You see, as I was descending the refreshing trail a few days back, I realized these mountains have something in common. All of their names either begin with the letter M or W. Most with the letter M. This is very significant in numerology.
One important aspect of the letter M is greatness in height and visual impact. Think of the names Majestic, Mountain, Millionaire, Momentous – all signify reaching peaks and heights. Then there is the greatness in quality of being – such as in Master. Every name beginning with the letter M, such as Michael, Mary, Mark, Marion, and Maxwell will have this quality. This goes for your last name as well.
W is the M turned on its head. Its energy is a little different.
W looks like a mountain with two deep valleys. People with this letter usually have a change of consciousness sometime in their lives. They will have felt the deep valleys from which they can only pull out and scale the peaks. This is why the W looks like arms upraised seeking the light.
In Africa Mount Kilimanjaro and in Australia Kosciusko are the respective highest mountains. If you turn the K on it’s side, it’s the only other letter that could resemble a mountain, in this case with the line of the sky represented over the peak.
Mount Everest used to be a K mountain as well – the Tibetans referred to it as Komolangma.
Each of the letters in your name are significant. During your Pythagorean Numerology Intuitive Counseling Session I’ll tell you in detail what the first consonant and vowel in your name vibrate to. Everyone who hears this information is amazed at how a letter can say so much about who they are.
Go and see what YOUR letters and numbers reveal to the world.
With Warm Regards,
Tania Gabrielle French
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