Unlock the secret of numbers


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  • Saturday, 12 Dec 2009

A BOOK called The Bible of Numbers that is said to contain winning strategies to unlock one’s destiny will go on sale in bookstores next month.

The book, which is already available in Chinese at Visiber Sdn Bhd branch offices, is said to provide indepth explanations on numbers as being the foundation of everything.

The book’s authors Datuk Patrick Tan and Datuk David Hew took seven years to research the ideas and material in the book.

“The book draws upon ancient knowledge from both the Eastern and Western philosophies and touches on the study of existence and the origin of numbers as well,” Hew said during his speech at the book launch gala dinner.

Through a number combination analysis, one can fully understand the intricacies of numbers in order to change life’s challenges into winning opportunities.

Numbers, according to the authors, are part of our daily lives and everything is related to these, such as our date of birth, identity card number, vehicle number, PIN number and more.

A simple set of digits allow the book’s readers to define a person’s aptitude, character, career path and more by applying Western reasoning with Eastern experiences.

Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, who launched the book, said that the launch of the book would establish Visiber as a global player in behavioural science.

“The book will create great impact in lives and hopefully propagate positive values in our society.

“In order to bring peace to the world, one must change his own behaviour first,” Liow said.

There is a total of 10 chapters in the book, including information about the birth of the universe, the five elements theory, how to use the Visiber Inverted Triangle to do calculations and various case studies.

Plans are already in place to translate the book into five more languages — Japanese, French, German, Spanish and Malay.

Visiber Sdn Bhd received 10,000 orders for the book before its official launch.

At the launch, the company’s non-profit organisation arm 57 Foundation donated RM100,000 to the Ti-Ratana Welfare Society which was represented by the society’s founder Ven. K. Sri. Dhammaratana.

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