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Create and print personalized scrolls and greeting cards.
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calculates and interprets numerological charts
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Make numerological calculations using the Chaldean or Pythagorean systems.
Make yourself familiar with telepathy, hypnosis, and people persuasion.
Generate numerology chart, find out love compatibility, and calculate pet numerology.
Learn about individual personality using names and birth numbers.
Numbers nerds and superstitious folks alike celebrate the love of lucky number sequences Tuesday. Make a wish.
Autonomous investment system makes live trades based on numerology and astrology. Take that Jim Cramer.
You want optimism? Consider one Brian White of Topeka Capital Markets, who became the first analyst to slap a $1,000 target on Apple.
We take a look at the superthin Aspire S5, and the 14- and 15-inch Timeline Ultra at Acer's press conference at CES.
Rafe Needleman couldn't have planned this better unless he actually planned it. Coming up: 11 predictions for the next 11 years. Or maybe months. With Tom Merritt.
Every gestation needs a due date, and we've used all our mobile medical training to calculate the iPhone 5's birthday, a mere 85 days away.
Navigating the many unknown perils of the End of Days can be tricky, but lucky there's an app for that (or 10). We check out the best Android apps to keep you alive as long as is humanly possible.
Let's face it: it's no longer a question of if, but when. And that's what we want to know: when do you think it'll finally happen? Vote in our poll!
Three successive owners of a particular cell phone number in Bulgaria have lost their lives. The number has now reportedly been suspended.
For many "hard" scientists, the social sciences rank up there with numerology and voodoo. "So, why is IBM looking into human behavior?" CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos asks.