Kallaroo and Landsdale pair combine for numerology book


Penelope Ditchburn and Jeanne Prosser.        d461025
Penelope Ditchburn and Jeanne Prosser.        d461025

FRIENDS and numerologists Jeanne Prosser and Penelope Ditchburn have written their first book, which aims to help parents understand the complex nature of millennial children.

Kallaroo resident Prosser met Ditchburn, of Landsdale, after turning to numerology for answers after her brother’s death more than 30 years ago.

She started practising it herself and eight years ago the pair decided to write their own book, Numerology and Your Child: Guidelines for Modern Parents.

“We’ve both got so much knowledge… I suggested ‘Why don’t we write a book so we don’t lose it?’,” Prosser said.

She said they were keen to investigate the numerological differences in children born since 2000.

“Looking at today’s children, they are very different from the generations that have gone before,” she said.

“They are intelligent, they are creative and they’re very knowledgeable (but also) easily frustrated, can have difficulty with authority and they’re difficult kids to work out.

“The next generation is more complex and we wanted to look at that, see if we could work out what was going on.”

The book uses numerology to help parents discover potential characteristics of their child using their birth date.

“Parents can understand the complexity of their child and look at their unique potential,” Prosser said.

The book is available via Amazon, from selected book stores or at www.numerologyandyourchild.com.