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I was about to slide this article into my manuscript when I realized that some of you could benefit from this knowledge. There are many different interpretation in numerology, but this is the basic rules and formulas. Unfortunately I can’t get the tabs to work on the table, it looks right in the window, but is all squashed together in the preview.

HARMONIOUS NUMBER DAYS
(BIRTH # + NAME # + DATE # =)

1)Direct action day with single purpose, good day to seek advance or start something new. Contracts, legal matters and business propositions can be handled effectively, but only if a simple plan or prompt decision if feasible. Nothing complex or evasive should be considered. Stands for opportunity.
2)Planning or weighing problems and often for making a decision. Day of contrasts, indecision. A sit back day, work out things calmly and to your own satisfaction.
3)Varied action many things can be accomplished. Business can be combined with recreation. Projects can be started, work allocated and cooperation gained. Not the time for concentrating on a single purpose, to do so may mean neglecting others. Troublesome tasks come easily on such a day. Good day for meeting people, travel and fun.
4)Handle routine matters and finishing up small jobs. Fun and #4 don't mix. Nothing very important should be attempted and all speculation should be avoided.
5)Expect the unexpected. Teams with vigor, excitement and adventure. In taking risks make sure they have some merit, for all other things being equal, they are apt to swing to a person's advantage at this time. Avoidance of unnecessary chances is often doubly wise, because this is a day when things may come to you, such as long-hoped-for success, or any results that are overdue. If you must take a chance, this is the day, but be sure the goal is worth it.
6)A good will and understanding day. Ease, comfort and harmony. Not a day for quick or direct action; not suited for new enterprise, excitement or the acceptance of a challenge. It is a day for establishment, time for business conferences, social meetings, consideration of friends and family, furthering of diplomatic missions providing that none of these involve conflict. A day of culmination but only of those things that have been long and properly planned.
7)A day for meditation upon the deeper things of life. Good for study, research, inventive effort, and application toward higher or artistic subjects. Worry, moodiness or morbid thoughts should be avoided at such time, but these things can't be banished through merely superficial action. Think things out, to plan affairs which have already been decided upon but need further consideration. A good day to seek advice, or to consult with persons whose opinions are truly worthwhile. Strange things can happen on a day like this. So hunches can be played if they pertain to more important things.
8)A day for big things. Broad sweeping action may bring results. Complex matters can be easily handled and solved readily as simple ones, it may be wasting time to deal with small or immediate problems unless they are stumbling blocks to something bigger. Attuned to finance it is suited to solid investment, company mergers, the launching of ad campaigns. Anything pertaining to constructive effort is at its best, and the larger the undertaking, the better.
9)Grand achievement. Don't depend on it, often the vibratory combination is greater than any opportunity at hand. But it is always a good time to present attractive propositions to announce important plans, or to make strong contacts. A day that promises personal triumph or the attainment of ambition, more often in artistic or competitive fields than in commercial undertakings, though the latter may be benefitted thereby. Aim for the biggest things in sight!

Table

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ABCDEFGHI
JKLMNOPQR
STUVWXYZ

When calculating the numbers, the months October, November and December have two digits which must be broken down: October (1 + 0 = 1), November (1 + 1 = 2) and December (1 + 2 = 3).

Example: Mary Jones 4+1+9+7 + 1+6+5+5+1 = 39   3+9=12  1+2=3 Name Number is 3.
Born: November 15, 1948 1+1+1+5+1+9+4+8 = 30 Birth Number is 3.
Today's date: July 4, 2010 7+4+2+0+1+0 = 14  1+4=5   Today's Number is 5.

Add them together: Name Number 3 + Birth Number 3 + Today's Number 5 = 11
1+1=2  (Mary's Harmonious Number for today is 2).

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      Kyah wrote Jul 5, 2010
    • I was going to cover the difference between traditional and Chaldean numerology, but I see this doesn’t interest anyone.



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      Suzann wrote Jul 6, 2010
    • Kyah, this is fascinating stuff. I don’t undersand it all, but I love it and would love to know more.



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      Kyah wrote Jul 7, 2010
    • Suzann,
      This is from the Professional Numerology web site regarding Chaldean technique (forgive the code problems and all the ? marks where they don’t belong):

      In the Chaldean Numerology system the numbers only go from 1 to 8, and not 1 to 9 - this means the transposition of the numbers assigned to the alphabet is different than in the Pythagorean counterpart. Below is the Chaldean Numerology chart:
      (Because I can’t get the numbers to line up with the letters I’m just going to list them):
      1- A I J Q Y
      2- B K R
      3- C G L S
      4- D M T
      5- E H N X
      6- U V W
      7- O Z
      8- F P

      Chaldean Numerology Vibrations

      As you may already have noticed, no alphabet letter was assigned to the number 9. The reason why the number 9 was omitted under Chaldean Numerology system was because the Chaldeans felt the 9 was holy, sacred, and thus to be held apart from the rest. However, should your name or that of someone you know total 9, then the 9 remains. Let’s analyze a sample name under Chaldean Numerology system:

      LESLIE

      3 + 5 + 3 + 3+1+5 = 20 - 2 + 0 = 2

      ERIC

      5 + 2+1 + 3 = 11 - 1 + 1=2

      Total: 2 + 2 = 4

      All numbers, whether found under this system or the Pythagorean one, have basically the same meanings, symbols, nature, and character. This seems to be the universal rule of all number systems.

      However, under the Chaldean Numerology system, it isn’t enough to know what the single numbers mean. One must also know what the “compound,” or “double,” numbers mean is well. The single Chaldean Numerology number simply represents the physical outward appearance of a person’s name, whereas the compound Chaldean Numerology number represents the deeper, metaphysical, hidden influences or forces behind the name. In our above example, although the name adds up to the single num­ber 7, the name also has three compound numbers—20 in the first name, 11 in the middle name, and 21 in the last name.

      Once the physical (single number) and metaphysical (compound number) aspects of your name have been determined, the next important step is your date of birth.

      Your date of birth means the day of the month you were born under, for it too has its own occult symbology and significance. So, Leslie Eric Scott, born on the 8th day of December, would also be considered a number 8 per­son under this system. Your date of birth is extremely important because it is unchangeable and therefore a constant, like the needle pointing north on a compass. A person may undergo a series of name changes over the years because of marriage, adoption, and the like, but the birth date remains the same.

      Chaldean Compound Number Vibrations

      Here are some of the vibrations in Chaldean numerology. You can calculate your vibration with the Chaldean Numerology vibrations table pictured above and find out if your first, last name or first and last name together have a good or bad vibrations.

      Here are only few vibrations listed. You get all the vibrations in the Numerology Analysis.

      Single numbers denote what you appear to be in the eyes of others, while the double or compound numbers show the hidden influences that play a role behind the scenes and some mysterious way often foreshadow the future.

      All the numbers from 10 upwards, become compound numbers and have a meaning of their own distinct from the root number. We do not know how and in what age these compound numbers were discovered. We can only say that they appear to have always existed. The meanings ascribed to the numbers 1 to 9 belong to the physical or material side of things and compound numbers from 10 onwards belong to the more occult or spiritual side of life. Distinct symbolism has been given to the compound numbers up to that mysterious number of 52.

      The universally accepted symbolism of the compound numbers in ancient times was given in pictures and may still be found in the Tarot Cards which have been handed down to us from ancient times and whose origin is lost in antiquity.

      10.

      Symbolized as the “Wheel of Fortune“. It is a number of honor, of faith and self-confidence, of rise and fall; one’s name will be known for good or evil, according to one’s desires; it is a fortunate number in the sense that one’s plans are likely to be car­ried out.

      11.

      This is an ominous number to occultists. It gives warning of hidden dangers, trial, and treachery from others. It has a symbol of a “Clenched Hand“, and “a Lion Muzzled“, and of a person who will have great difficulties to contend against.

      12.

      The symbolism of this number is suffering and anxiety of mind. It is also indicated as “the Sacrifice” or “the Victim” and generally foreshadows one being sacrificed for the plans or intrigues of others.

      13.

      This is a number indicating change of plans, place and such-like and is not unfortunate, as is generally supposed. In some of the an­cient writings it is said, “He who understands the number 13 will be given power and dominion“. It is symbolized by the picture of a “Skeleton” of “Death,” with a scythe reaping down men, in a field of new-grown grass where young faces and heads appear crop­ping up on every side. It is a number of upheaval and destruction. It is a symbol of “Power” which if wrongly used will wreak destruction upon oneself. It is a number of warning of the unknown or unexpected, if it becomes a “compound” number in one’s calculations.

      14.

      This is a number of movement, combination of people and things, and danger from natural forces such as tempests, water, air or fire. This number is fortunate for dealings with money, specula­tion and changes in business, but there is always a strong element of risk and danger attached to it, but generally owing   to the actions and fool hardiness of others. If this number comes out in calcula­tions of future events the person should be warned to act with cau­tion and prudence.

      15.

      This is a number of occult significance, of magic and mystery; but as a rule it does not represent the higher side of occultism, its meaning being that the persons represented by it will use every art of magic they can to carry out their purpose. If associated with a good or fortunate single number, it can be very lucky and power­ful, but if associated with one of the peculiar numbers, such as a 4 or an 8, the person it represents will not hesitate to use any sort of art, or even “black-magic,” to gain what he or she desires.
      It  is peculiarly associated with “good talkers,” often with elo­quence, gifts of music and art and a dramatic personality, combin­ed with a certain voluptuous temperament and strong personal magnetism. For obtaining money, gifts, and favors from others it is a fortunate number.

      16.    

      This number has a most peculiar occult symbolism. It is
      pictured by “a Tower Struck by Lightning from which a man is falling with a Crown on his head.” It is also called “the Shattered Citadel“.
      It gives warning of some strange fatality awaiting one, also danger of accidents and defeat of one’s plans. If it appears as a “compound” number relating to the future, it is a warning sign that should be carefully noted and plans made in advance in the endeavor to avert its fatalistic tendency.

      17.

      This is a highly spiritual number, and is expressed in symbolism by the 8-pointed Star of Venus; a symbol of “Peace and love“. It is also called “the Star of the Magi” and expresses that the person it represents has risen superior in spirit to the trials and difficulties of his life or his career. It is considered a “Number of immortality” and that the person’s name “lives after him“. It is a fortunate number if it works out in relation to future events, provided it is not associated with the single number of fours and eights.

      18.

      This number has a difficult symbolism to translate. It is pictured as “a rayed moon from which drops of blood are falling; a wolf and a hungry dog are seen below catching the falling drops of blood in their opened mouths, while still lower a crab is seen hastening to join them.” It is symbolic of materialism striving to destroy the spiritual side of the nature. It generally associates a per­son with bitter quarrels, even family ones, also with war, social upheavals, revolutions; and in some cases it indicates making money and position thorough wars or by wars. It is however a warn­ing of treachery, deception by others, also danger from the elements such as storms, danger from water, fires and explosions. When this “compound” number appears in working out dates in advance, such a date should be taken with a great amount of care, caution and circumspection.

      19.

      This number is regarded as fortunate and extremely favorable. It is symbolized as “the Sun” and is called “the Prince of Heaven.” It is a number promising happiness, success, esteem and honor and promises success in one’s plan for the future.

      20.     This number is called “the Awakening“; also “the Judgment“. It is symbolized by the figure of a winged angel soun­ding a trumpet, while from below a man, a woman, and a child are seen rising from a tomb with their hands clasped in prayer.
      This number has a peculiar interpretation; the call to action, but for some great purpose, cause or duty. It is not a material number and consequently is a doubtful one as far as worldly success is con­cerned. If used in relation to a future event, it denotes delays, hindrances to one’s plans, which can only be conquered through the develop­ment of the spiritual side of nature.

      21.

      This number is symbolized by the picture of “the Universe“, and it is also called “the Crown of the Magi“. It is a number of ad­vancement, honors, elevation in life and general success. It means victory after long initiation and tests of determination. It is a for­tunate number of promise if it appears in any connection with future events.

      22.

      This number is symbolized by a “a Good Man blinded by the folly of others, with a knapsack on his back full of Arrows“. In this picture he appears to offer no defense against a ferocious tiger which is attacking him. It is a warning number of illusion and delusion, a good person who lives in a fool’s paradise; a dreamer of dreams who awakens only when surrounded by danger. It is also a number of false judgment owing to the influence of others. As a number in connection with future events, it is a warning and its meaning should be carefully noted.

      23.

      This number is called “the Royal Star of the Lion.” It is a pro­mise of success, help from superiors and protection from those in high places. In dealing with future events it is a most fortunate number and a promise of success of one’s plans.

      24.

      This number is also fortunate; it promises the assistance and association of those of rank and position with one’s plans; it also denotes gain through love and the opposite sex; it is a favorable number when it comes out in relation to future events.

      25.

      This is a number denoting strength gained through experience, and benefits obtained through observation of people and things. It is not deemed exactly “lucky“, as its success is given through strife and trials in an earlier life. It is favorable when it appears in regard to the future.

      26.

      This number is full of the gravest warnings for the future. It foreshadows disasters brought about by association with others; ruin by bad speculations, by partnerships, unions and bad advice. If it comes out in connection with future events one should carefully consider the path one is treading.

      27.

      This is a good number and is symbolized as “the Scepter.” It is a promise of authority, power and command. It indicates that reward will come from the productive intellect; that the creative faculties have sown good seeds that will reap a harvest. Persons with this “command” number at their back should carry out their own ideas and plans. It is a fortunate number if it appears in any connection with future events.

      28.

      This number is full of contradictions. It indicates a person of great promise and possibilities who is likely to see all taken away from him unless he carefully provides for the future. It indicates loss through trust in others, opposition and competition in trade, danger of loss through law, and the likelihood of having to begin life’s road over and over again.

      29.

      It is not a fortunate number for the indication  of future events. This number indicates uncertainties, treachery, and deception of others; it foreshadows trials, tribulation, and unexpected dangers, unreliable friends, and grief and deception caused by members of the opposite sex. It gives grave warning if it comes out in anything concerning future events.

      30.

      This is a number of thoughtful deduction, retrospection, and mental superiority over one’s fellows, but as it seems to belong completely to the mental plane, the persons it represents, are likely to put all material things on one side — not because they have to, but because they wish to do so. For this reason it is neither for­tunate nor unfortunate, for either depends on the mental outlook of the person it represents. It can be all powerful, but it is just as often indifferent according to the will or desire of the person.

      31.

      This number is very similar to the preceding one, except that the person it represents is even more self-contacted, lonely, and isolated from his fellows. It is not a fortunate number from a worldly or material standpoint.

      32.

      This number has a magical power like the single 5, or the “command” numbers 14 and 23. It is usually associated with combina­tions of people or nations. It is a fortunate number if the person it represents holds to his own judgment and opinions; if not, his plans are likely to be wrecked by the stubbornness and stupidity of others. It is a favorable number if it appears in connection with future events.

      33.

      This number has no potency of its own and consequently has the same meaning as 24 — which is also a 6 — and the next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

      34.

      Has the same meaning as the number 25, which is the one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

      35.

      Has the same meaning as the number 26, which is the one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

      36.

      Has the same meaning as the number 27, which is the one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

      37.

      This number has a distinct potency of its own. It is a number of good and fortunate friendships in love, and in combinations con­nected with the opposite sex. It is also good for partnerships of all kinds. It is a fortunate indication if it appears in connection with future events.

      38.

      Has the same meaning as the number 29, which is the one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

      39.

      Has the same meaning as the number 30, which is the one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

      40.

      Has the same meaning as the number 31, which is the one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

      41.

      Has the same meaning as the number 32, which is one next to it in its own series of “compound” numbers.

      42.

      Has the same meaning as the number 24.

      43.

      This is an unfortunate number. It is symbolized by the signs of revolution, upheaval, strife, failure, and prevention and is not a fortunate number if it comes out in calculation relating to future events.

      44.

      Has the same meaning as 26.

      45.

      Has the same meaning as 27.

      46.

      Has the same meaning as 37.

      47.

      Has the same meaning as 29.

      48.

      Has the same meaning as 30.

      49.

      Has the same meaning as 31.

      50.

      Has the same meaning as 32.

      51.

      This number has a very powerful potency of its own. It represents the nature of the warrior; it promises sudden advance­ment in whatever one undertakes; it is especially favorable for those in military or naval life and for leaders in any cause. At the same time it threatens enemies, dangers and the likelihood of assassination.

      52.

      Has the same meaning as 43.

      We have now completed the 52 numbers which represent the 52 weeks of our year, and for all practical purposes there is no necessi­ty to proceed further.



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      Suzann wrote Jul 7, 2010
    • Kyah, I love it. Thank you for posting it. I’ve always had trouble with numerology because I’ve changed my name so many times! I notice in your examples you used just first names. Is that what you recommend?



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      Kyah wrote Jul 7, 2010
    • In my original post, which is the traditional style I use both first and last names. With Chaldean, you can use first and last name, just not the original one you were born with. The Pythagorean method require original names, whereas the traditional and Chaldean do not. Chaldean is the most ancient and apparently from what I hear from my friends who are studying it, the more accurate. It is also used for lottery number selection, but I haven’t used it for that purpose.  

      For decades, I have taken a fresh calendar for the next year and mark off all of my #9 days (using the traditional method) as well as the Moon changing from sign to sign. It helps me plan things. If you‘re interested in learning more about astrology or numerology, I know of a couple of web sites and groups that will help you utilize these sciences.



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      Marya1961 wrote Jul 8, 2010
    • Interesting!happy



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