From the INTRODUCTION by Robert Moore
I read about Jack Tafoya in 1986. Being a music buff and a scientist who knows the importance of numbers, the title of the article caught my eye. Musician Says Life Is Numbers Game. The article read: "It's all in the numbers, the past, the present, the future, the secrets of the universe. Everything can be understood by the numbers", says Jack Tafoya, who claims to have broken a 'code' which allows him to read a person's life".
I am sure many others have reacted as I did upon first reading about Mr. Tafoya, and possibly, even more people were awed in meeting, communicating, and learning from him. But imagine! Twenty additional years of research and dedication is incorporated into Jack's book since I first met him in 1986. The article which caught my attention and brought us together, continues: "There are many active psychics, and most of them tell you what you want to hear," says Tafoya. "I use a scientific approach. Similar to Nostradamus, I can tell you the highest probabilities about your life, past and present that becomes your future, based on numbers. The cosmic forces constantly change around us cyclically, and. If we don't understand the mysterious forces that trigger events in our lives, we are subject to bad luck." Tafoya says "bad luck is ignorance; good luck is knowledge. One can avoid illnesses, accidents, trouble, even death by utilizing one's knowledge and understanding of the cosmic forces numerically: how and when they trigger 'cause and effect' events in our lives."
Tafoya says "My years of research have taught me that everything in the universe is tied into numbers. In spite of being told that it's possible for you to change, the real 'you' never changes. Despite this, the ‘superficial you' can change, just with the power of words and numbers. Face it! We live in an ‘acting world'. Your name, which basic numerology characterizes as personality traits was imposed on you, and you are prone to try to be that person. If you don't like your name - and many people don't - you change it and thereby change or add another personality trait. The same applies to changes in physical appearance by altering personality traits. Therefore, personalities are collective traits you can collect and change every time you change your name 'and' appearance. You collect them and let them go. Hence, you create multiple personalities in a sense. Your birth-date is your genetic code, your energies, your values, and that never changes."
Tafoya continues: "letters are numbers; names are composed of numbers, and your personality traits and emotional coloration is determined by the numbers in your life. Your name and its numerical composition is the main influence on your personality traits, but other numbers can affect you also. Other numbers that determine your lifestyle are the ones you keep longest: your social security number, address, telephone number, and all other ID numbers. He says emphatically, "you cannot change your birth-date: it is your life numbers. It determines your basic life program and values, therefore, you cannot change this inner core of yourself but can only learn to deal with it. What you are doing is learning to deal with yourself. And, when you are able to evaluate other's birth dates, you can learn to deal with them more effectively.
I immediately realized that here was a man who didn't use conventional numerology to make his predictions. The key to all this, the thing that peaked my curiosity most was the phrase GENETIC CODE. How could a man use