The Power of Numbers – Why Tiger Woods Changed His Name

I’m sure Tiger’s parents meant well when they named him Eldrick Tonter Woods. Luckily for him, and for us, he changed his name to Tiger Woods.

The fact is, Eldrick is Not a name that would have helped him become the legendary golfer he is today and the highest paid athlete in 2005. When looking at the numbers for the name Tonter Woods aren’t any better.

Before we get to the numerology behind his changed name, say these names out loud: “Tonter Woods.” “Eldrick Woods.” Do you get a feeling of confidence and success? No.

Now say, “Tiger Woods.”

Even without knowing the numbers for this name, it reeks with power and confidence.

It’s no coincidence that the numerological vibration for the name Tiger is out of this world. He truly changed his life by taking on that name.

Here’s why.

Tiger resonates to a magical number ruling people and nations. It gives protection. Just as importantly for this star athlete, the number for Tiger adds up to the vibration befitting a warrior. He couldn’t have asked for a better first name.

Adding the name Woods to the equation gives Tiger a highly evolved intellect and a probing mind that seeks and finds answers. Which is exactly what he’s known for “” someone with laser-like focus and a tireless seeker of knowledge. This number also represents a person who is well organized, reliable and extremely popular.

Yeah, even I can vouch for that last part, and I don’t ever watch golf.

The names Tonter Woods or Eldrick Woods don’t even come Close to giving Tiger the goods to achieve the success and fame he’s had for years.

Add to that the incredible feeling he must get every day from being called “‘Tiger’ – as opposed to “‘Tonter’ or “‘Eldrick’ “” and there’s NO comparison.

The thing about Pythagorean Numerology is this: Numbers Never lie.

Pythagoras learned the 10,000 year-old science of numerology while traveling and studying with various masters. His longest stay was in Egypt where he learned from the priests of Thebes for 22 years. He discovered that Ancient Egyptian philosophy and spirituality was built almost completely on the Science of Numbers. The Great Pyramid of Giza is a prime example of Ancient Egyptians’ superb understanding of numbers and their powerful vibrations.

All languages are built around numbers. Every letter in the alphabet carries a unique vibration. So if your name is Rebecca, it will have a very different effect on people than if your name is Becky or Becca. If your name is Michael, and you go by Mike, you’ve completely changed the vibration of your destiny.

Say these names out loud, and you’ll get a big clue to their power – or lack of it.

No name is written in stone. And, the good news is, most people don’t need a name change.

What you do need is to know kind of energy your name represents. What the meaning behind your name is. What your inner gifts are. What kind of occupation you’re best suited for.

You see, the letters in your name are numbers. And those numbers translate into very specific vibrations. Once you know the meaning of those vibrations, you’ve got yourself a very powerful blueprint on who you are, what you’re here to do, and what your destiny is.

You’ll discover things about yourself you’ve always known deep down inside but have never been told before. Discovering the secret powers of your name is like unwrapping the most precious gift you’ve ever received.

Nothing compares to knowing who you are. We have Pythagoras to thank for bringing this ancient science to the Western world.