No. I believe in science and logic. Numerology, phrenology, horoscopes, homeopathy, dowsing, etc. have no science behind them. If they had actual peer-reviewed proofs, scientists would LOVE that as it would open up brand new areas to explore. Also there is a standing $1,000,000 offer from The James Randi Foundation to anyone who can demonstrate the existence of any pseudo-science under controlled conditions. See: http://www.randi.org/site/index.php/1m-challenge.html
I believe it's something not to waste your time on or even fool with.
It's a "made up" thing by people who use the "power of suggestion" to get you involved in it
Forget about it.