Patrick Timpone

Sharón Lynn Wyeth

Creator of Neimology® Science

Know the Name, Know the Person

Neimology® Science is the study of the placement of letters in a name, and how they interact with each other to divulge natural tendencies in someone’s character. With our instant society, as demonstrated by the sheer number of credit card holders and fast food outlets, people want immediate gratification. Until now, it took time to become acquainted with someone. In our busy world, we must make decisions about people quickly, hire or not; to trust with money or not. Often there is not enough time to know the person sufficiently before making a decision that could cost both time and money along with one’s reputation. Knowing what to look for in the name provides an immediate insight into others, as well as our own, personality traits. Today more than ever strong commercial messages bombard us and often interfere with our reliance on our own intuition about others. If you wish to strongly connect with your intuition, empower yourself by using “Know the Name; Know the Person” as your guide. Confirming your hunches about the people around you is an excellent method to become more in touch with your own inner wisdom. It is truly empowering to see your guesses confirmed by such a scientific method. Moreover, “Know the Name; Know the Person” will help you get in touch with that part of your consciousness that may have been lying dormant until now by showing you aspects of others that you may not have paid attention to previously.

Sharón Lynn WyethSharón graduated from the University of Redlands with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics at the age of twenty. She began teaching that same year in a public Junior High School in California. During her three years there, she obtained her Master of Arts degree from Azusa-Pacific University in education administration with an emphasis in math.

After her initial teaching assignment, Sharón moved to Germany where she taught for the Department of Defense Schools. She continued to move around as she married an Air Force soldier. She was fortunate to always find a teaching job in each location. After Germany came Texas, and then Japan. Eventually she would also teach in Idaho, New Mexico, Nebraska, Washington state and China, besides being a high school administrator in both Texas and Oregon. She retired as a high school principal in 2002, only to come out of retirement in January 2008 to become involved in schools again.

It was during her time in the schools that she linked the patterns in names to a person’s mindset or personality. She worked on figuring out the patterns of the different letters for fifteen years before she fully comprehended all of the nuances. Sharón took the opportunity to travel a large part of the world testing her theories for the first three years after leaving the education field. Many people requested that she write a book so that they could learn what she had realized about names.

Show Highlights:

-Foundation of neimology: We change our DNA because of the sounds around us; we change to match the vibrations. We hear our name more than anything else, so the vibration of our name changes us.

-How did Sharón get started in and develop neimology?

-How do we get our names? Nature & nurture represented in a name.

-Every letter has a quality and characteristic to it. The placement of each letter interacts with what it’s next to.

-What are the characteristics of someone with an “a”, an “e”, an “i”, an “o”, a “u”, or a “y” as the first vowel?

-What do consonants mean? What do vowels represent?

-Parents’ birth names are influences, can distinguish between people with the same name.

-Story of 3 family members attending a workshop together.

-What is a good name?

-Every letter and combination of letters has its own gifts and challenges. What are Patrick’s?

-The first name gives all the ingredients, the last name is the recipe to use the ingredients.

-What is the influence of having two first names – one in a native language, one in English?

-Meanings of two emailer’s names: Manizheh S. and Nessa W.

-Soul can live without light, but not without sound. Sound is source of everything. It forms the vibration , which is the frequency, which can be read.

-Sharón is still writing Know the Name, Know the Health, but needs more data. She requests that people send their name and illness to .

-What does a nickname mean?

-Examples of Biblical name changes – Abram to Abraham, Sarai to Sarah, Jacob to Israel, Saul to Paul – to match changes in mission.

-Sharon’s books: Know the Name, Know the Person – teaches the entire system. Know the Name, Know the Spirit – if you want to know why you’re here. What does your soul want you to know?

-How do you reconcile your personality wanting to go one way and the spirit the other?

-What does the middle name or lack of a middle name mean?

-What does Joseph as a middle name mean?

sharon lynn wyeth, know the name know the person, june 14, 2016

'Sharón Lynn Wyeth – Know the Name, Know the Person: How the Letters In a Name Divulge Secrets Into the Personality – June 14, 2016' have 5 comments

  1. June 14, 2016 @ 10:29 pm Catherine

    I’m I the only one seeing that just about every word that rhymes with Trump has a negative connotation? Bump, clump, dump, frump, grump…see where I am going? Yikes!


    • June 18, 2016 @ 1:07 pm Keith

      jump is not negative though


  2. June 15, 2016 @ 12:59 am Jean

    Somewhat related, here’s Katie Hopkins (proudly known as a ‘bitch’ in the UK?) going on about how she judges names of other children if they can play with hers or not. She despises some names ‘usually chosen by certain kind of people’ and it’s all she needs to shut these kids out.
    If you think it’s just one person, in a televoting result (genuine or not), it seems ±10% of parents are doing the same…


  3. June 15, 2016 @ 7:14 am warbaby

    Every letter of the alphabet is correlated to a planet in Astrology. What she is doing can also be done this way. I do it all the time for a long time.


  4. June 17, 2016 @ 9:41 am Steve

    In developing Sharón’s Neimology work, I wonder if she drew inspiration from Shirlee Kiley’s earlier Acrophonology work, which is basically the same thing and dates back to 1956.


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