What are Lexigrams ?
Each word possesses it’s own immutable meaning, sais Linda Goodman, who’s known as the deva of Astrology.
Many secrets can be revealed by calculating words from a name, title or phrase.
In this issue I will use Peter Mandelson as an example of how it works, or Peter Benjamin Mandelson to use his full name.

PETER BENJAMIN MANDELSON

SERPENT
SNEER
PEER
PETER LIES
PETER JARS
This is just a short list of words that can be derived from his name..
However, I hasten to add that lexigrams are not for amusement or intellectual exercise. They probe behind anagrams (which are used for amusement) to uncover higher knowledge and wisdom.
Not every single word will lend itself to Lexigrams. Try it for yourself and see what is revealed for you.
After being made a life Peer he was bestowed with the ludicrous title of :

Lord Mandelson, Baron of Hartlepool and Foy in the County of Herefordshire and Hartlepool in the Couinty of Durham, First Secretary of State, Secretary of State for Business, Innovations and Skills, Lord President of the Council

Do you think they’re taking the p…s ?

Our lives begin to end, the day we become silent about the things that matter.”
Martin Luther King
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When you’re decoding secrets through Lexigrams you first make a list of all the words contained within the single word—the name—or the multiple word phrase you want to penetrate.
After you’ve made your list of words you tune into your Higher Self, through intuition, using your sixth sense, as you place words together , on a separate sheet of paper , to form short sentences or phrases. Your own instinct will then overshadow you, filling your mind with inspiration, as you place the words on the page in patterns that reveal such astonishing insights.

Excerpt from Star Signs by Linda Goodman.

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