Know the Name Know the Answers with Sharón Lynn Wyeth and guest Gail Minogue, numerologist
Gail Minogue assists individuals and organizations to navigate the dynamics of change and become master builders of their futures, relationships, and successes. She provides clients with remarkable insights through a unique combination of trends analysis and forecasting, ancient & contemporary cyclical data, Pythagorean numerology, plus the wisdom gained from over 30 years in the business markets and the intensive study and use of intuitive spiritual systems.
How much do you think you can learn about someone from their name? Not their handwriting, but just their name?
If you’re Sharón Lynn Wyeth, founder of Neimology® Science, you can tell their past experience, their future health concerns, their unique personality traits, their strengths, challenges and even their purpose in life. She can tell instantly how a person really thinks, feels and behaves—regardless of what they tell you!
That’s because Neimology® is the science that discovers personality secrets hidden in the placement of the letters within names. Each letter in a name holds a key to unlock one’s true essence. A person’s name contains information about that individual’s gifts and challenges. Neimology® Science can even reveal the first and last impression people remember about us.
That’s why companies around the world hire Wyeth to evaluate job candidates! And she does it without ever meeting them! She also helps lawyers choose their juries and how to present their cases, as well as individuals know their purpose and life plan. Neimology® Science also can compare two names and state what can improve the relationship. Many people call Sharón prior to naming their children, or even dating someone!
Wyeth created Neimology® Science after 15 years of research done while an educator and principal of a high school, followed by three years of testing her theories in more than 70 countries, including Russia, India and China. Over the next 37 years, she continued refining the skill, which is why it is so accurate today.