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									The College of Metaphysical Studies
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Numerology is the study of the occult meanings of
numbers and their influence on human life.
Numerology is a complex arithmetic system that
reveals your character, personality, and experience
through the reasonable progression of numbers.
Numerology provides a complete personality
lifestyle profile when we apply the meaning of
individual numbers to our birth name and birth
Your name and your birth date are the data base
from which a numerologist is able to describe you,
sight unseen. Number values are assigned to the
letters in your name. By adding these--with the
numbers in your birth date – in a multitude of
combinations, a numerologist establishes your key
numbers. He or she then interprets the meaning of
these key numbers, which results in a complete
description of your personal characteristics.
The numbers of our name describe the things we
were born knowing. The numbers of our birth date
describe the things we need to learn. As you
examine your Numerology Reading, you'll find a
great deal of insight about yourself.                 2
The two most popular methods of numerology are
Pythagorean and Chaldean. Though each is a
different system, with distinct differences, they both
are in agreement on certain things.
Pythagorean System
• Letters converted using nos. 1 to 9
• Started about 600 BCE
• Sometimes called Modern Numerology
• More popular because easier to use
• Gives a more materialistic meaning
• Uses full name given at birth
• Conversion is done in sequence
• Pythagoras a mathematician used it
• All compound numbers reduce to single numbers.
Chaldean System – For this presentation we will use
the Pythagorean System. Elements of the Chaldean
System are:
• Letters converted using nos. 1 to 8
• Sometimes called Mystic Numerology
• Harder to use than Pythagorean system
• Gives an occult or mystical meaning                    3
Pythagorean Conversion Chart

   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
   A B C D E F G H I
   J K L MN O P Q R
   S T U VWX Y Z

How to convert your numbers
Let us explain. Say, for example, that you're name was John Doe. You're
name number would be 8. Confused? It's really not that difficult. First
you write out the name:
                               John Doe
The next step is to find the numerological values of each letter in the
                             John Doe
                             1685 465
Now add the numbers together:
                          1+6+8+5+4+6+5 = 35
And finally, add the result numbers together:
                                3+5 = 8
It's as simple as that!                                           5
    Converting Numbers
It is also possible to figure you're birth
number with numerology. For instance, if
you were born on June 11, 1962.
Write out the date in numbers:
               6 11, 1962
Then figure normally:
       6+1+1+1+9+6+2 = 26 = 8
You're birth number would be 8. Note it is
very important that you do not forget the
19 in 1962, because there are still people
who were born in the late 1800's, and the
2000's are rapidly approaching.

      Numerology and Divination
In order to use numerology for divination, you
have two be given a specific information.
Here is one scenario:
You are Sally Jones. Your Boyfriend, Rick
Albertson and you have just decided to get
married. You know that the marriage stands a
good chance of surviving, because you're
birth numbers match. Now you can use
numerology to help you decide on a name for
your children, where to live, what date to have
the marriage ceremony on, and even what
color drape to have in your house!
As you can see from the above example,
numerology goes far beyond the uses I have
explained here, and there are many books
available on the topic. We also have two
wonderful courses on Numerology. NU-100
Basic Numerology and NU-101 advanced
            Meanings of Numbers
1 – LEADER: original, independent, courageous ACHIEVER, strength,
The number 1 symbolizes the principle of BEGINNING or initiation. It
signifies that a person must learn to stand alone, be assertive, and
achieve recognition for his or her talents. Therefore, the 1 is ambitious,
an achiever, and fares best when it is allowed to demonstrate its own
ideas. It is self-sufficient, inventive, willful, and dominant. Its energy is
masculine, focused, and rational.
Color: Red and/or Yellow
• Gifts: Self-sufficiency, invention, mastery
• Challenges: Stubbornness, egotism, bluntness, ambition, dominance,
willfulness, impulsiveness
• Personal Goal: Establishing individuality; making a name
• Fears: Being overlooked; not using talents
• Succeeds as: Writer, director, inventor, president, public
figure, business owner, designer
2 – PARTNER: diplomat, friend, artist, enduring PEACEMAKER, gentle,
insightful, sensitive
The number 2 symbolizes the principle of coming together with another,
and is interested in partnership. It signifies that a person is generally
supportive, and that issues of intimacy and diplomacy are at work. The 2
is very aware of others' needs as well as its own, and strives to
demonstrate friendliness, understanding and tact. It is artistic, shy,
thorough, and analytical. Its energy is feminine and magnetic.
Color: Dark Blues
• Gifts: Charm, understanding, supportiveness, loving
• Challenges: Self-consciousness, fear, hesitation, over-
conscientiousness, details
• Personal Goal: Reciprocal relationships; security
• Fears: Unknown, unplanned change, being alone, making a mistake
• Succeeds as: Artist,     technician,   psychologist,      spouse,   healer,
bookkeeper, coordinator

3  – OPTIMIST: creative, social, easygoing VISIONARY, humorous,
energetic, spontaneous
The number 3 symbolizes the principle of growth. When the initiating
force of 1 unites with the germinating energy of 2 there is fruitfulness – 3.
It signifies that there is a synthesis present – that imagination and an
outpouring of energy is in action. The 3 is optimistic and fun-loving, and
strives to uplift and color its surroundings. Its energy is enlivening,
youthful, and enthusiastic.
Color: Light Blues
• Gifts: Enthusiasm, imagination, versatility
• Challenges: Exaggeration, lack of direction, unfinished projects,
sensitivity to criticism, laziness
• Personal Goal: Enjoy life, stay young, play
• Fears: Loss of youth, restriction, boredom
• Succeeds as: Motivator, coach, writer, musician, artist, parent,
salesperson, communicator/all media
4 – PRACTICAL: application, determination, serious BUILDER, doer,
manager, traditional

The number 4 symbolizes the principle of putting ideas into form. It
signifies work and productivity. The 4 is constructive, realistic,
traditional and cautious. It is the number of system, order, and

Color: Deep Reds and Browns

• Gifts: Concentration, realistic values, system

• Challenges: Rigidity, too cautious, limited viewpoint

• Personal Goal: Accomplishment, security

• Fears: Sudden change, deprivation, loss

• Succeeds as: Earth scientist, business owner, developer, lawyer,
administrator, office worker, body worker

5 – PROGRESS: freedom, activity, influence ADVENTURER, sensualist,
promoter, flair
The number 5 symbolizes the principle of multiplicity, progression, and
passion. It signifies the need for change, variety, and new growth. It is
the broadcaster – disseminating information and asking questions. It is a
public number – outgoing, fast-moving, and mercurial. The 5 is active,
daring, non-conventional, unpredictable, and attracted by the physical
senses and indulgences. It is pragmatic and opportunistic and very
persuasive. It may be undependable.
Color: Violets and Purples
• Gifts: Resourceful, magnetic, motivated, competitive
• Challenges: Restlessness, procrastination or activity with no direction,
lack of follow through
• Personal Goal: To win, to experience life to the maximum
• Fears: Growing old, not seeing the world, boredom
• Succeeds as: Public figure, developer, speculator, designer, news
work, performer, change agent
6 – SERVICE: domestic, responsible, careful TEACHER, conventional,
provider, healer
The number 6 symbolizes the principle of nurturing, caring, and
harmony. It signifies the need for stability and a solid home-base with
comfort. It is the teacher, trainer, and parent. It is happiest in
conventional or familiar surroundings opinionated and frugal or anxious
when insecure. The 6 is rarely selfish, and may take on the burdens of
others unnecessarily. It loves tradition, and is health-oriented.
Color: All shades of Blues and Greens
• Gifts: Caring, ability to compromise, reliability
• Challenges: Anxiety, being over controlled, codependency, guilt
• Personal Goal: To provide for others' well-being, to create security and
harmony, to love and be loved
• Fears: Lack of resources and love; world going to hell
• Succeeds as: Parent, educator, caterer/ restaranteur, nurse, body
worker/health consultant, traditional professional, counselor, coach
7  – INVESTIGATOR: specialist, inventor, loner, eccentric, thoughtful,
The number 7 symbolizes humanity's deep inner need to find depth,
meaning, and spiritual connection. When the creature needs of food,
self-expression, material and domestic achievements have been met, we
turn to the deeper levels of life – to learn, to educate ourselves and to
find purpose. The 7 is an investigator, an inventor, and must have
solitude in which to find the inner voice. Sevens tend to be different,
eccentric, or loners and are very discriminating in all areas.
Color: Combinations of Blue and Yellow
• Gifts: Mental understanding, analysis, perfection
• Challenges: Pride, narrowness, distance, rigidity, connection to the
past, argumentative, temper, silence
• Personal Goal: To maintain control over life; to understand
• Fears: Failure to achieve standards, making a mistake
• Succeeds as: Consultant, professor,             analyst,   earth/maritime
occupations, individualist, observer, occultist
8  – POWER: executive, professional, strength, money PROBLEM
SOLVER, organizer, achiever, judgment
The number 8 symbolizes the principle of domination, control, and
achievement. It is the executive decision-maker. The 8 tends to be rather
formal, stern, and hard-headed. More comfortable in the realm of
material, tangible facts, the 8 will be truly exceptional as soon as it
develops its spiritual connection and intuition. A natural leader with a
good grasp of how to accomplish any goal, it must learn compassion.
Color: Combined Grays and Purples
• Gifts: Decisiveness, courage, focus, delegation
• Challenges: Belligerence, manipulation, anger, judgment
• Personal Goal: To exercise control over environment, to achieve power
and status
• Fears: Loss of prestige, being at the mercy of circumstances or of
others less capable
• Succeeds as: Any type of professional, business owner, publisher,
contractor, engineer, financial analyst, judge
9  – UNIVERSAL: generalist, multi-talented, teacher HUMANITARIAN,
healer, artist, old-soul, actor
The number 9 symbolizes the principle of a universal philosophy or
consciousness. It is the dreamer, and feels at home in the realm of the
arts, medicine, religion, drama, and philosophy and metaphysics. It is a
healer and educator, acting always for the benefit of others. The 9 looks
for solutions from the inspirational, intuitive, and creative worlds. Its
energy is loving, compassionate, diffuse, and global.
Color: Gold or Brown
• Gifts: Understanding, communicating, influencing
• Challenges: Drifting, tolerance, losing focus, bad habits
• Personal Goal: To make an impact in a big way; expansion
• Fears: Restriction of any kind, losing control of emotions
• Succeeds as: Minister, occultist, health/body worker, counselor,
artist/craftsperson, world/community leader
0  – ZERO POINT MERGE: Empty yet whole. Essence of all things,
accepting and creative. Without form, shapeless. Lack of detail,
Zero is a powerful number which brings great transformational change,
sometimes occurring in a profound manner. It has much intensity, so
caution is needed wherever it appears to ensure that extremes are not
Color: Positive = White / Negative = Black
Zero represents the Cosmic Egg, the primordial Androgyne – the
Plenum. Zero as an empty circle depicts both the nothingness of death
and yet the totality of life contained within the circle. As an ellipse the
two sides represent ascent and descent, evolution and involution.
Limitless, Unknowable, No-thing, Boundless, Truth, Purity, Love, All,
Alpha and Omega, Possibility, First Cause, Un-manifest, Breath of God,
Unified Field, Source, Space, Consciousness, Cosmic Egg, God
Before the One (meaning the Source – not the number) there is only
Void, or non-being; thought; the ultimate mystery, the incomprehensible
Absolute. Begins with meanings such as, Non-existence; nothingness;
the un-manifest; the unlimited; the eternal. The absence of all quality or
               Master Numbers
There are 3 double-digit numbers that, while they are rooted in the
single-digit numbers, require special emphasis and attention. These are
11, 22, and 33. They are called Master numbers because they possess
more potential than other numbers. They are highly charged, difficult to
handle, and require time, maturity, and great effort to integrate into one's

11   – IDEALIST: artist, celebrity, highly energized INSPIRATION,
psychological, radical, sensitive
The 11 is the most intuitive of all numbers. It represents illumination; a
channel to the subconscious; insight without rational thought; and
sensitivity, nervous energy, shyness, and impracticality. It is a dreamer.
The 11 has all the aspects of the 2, enhanced and charged with charisma,
leadership, and inspiration. It is a number with inborn duality, which
creates dynamism, inner conflict, and other catalyses with its mere
presence. It is a number that, when not focused on some goal beyond
itself, can be turned inward to create fears and phobias. The 11 walks the
edge between greatness and self-destruction. Its potential for growth,
stability, and personal power lies in its acceptance of intuitive
understanding, and of spiritual truths. For the 11, such peace is not
found so much in logic, but in faith. It is the psychic's number.
• Gifts: Revealing higher truths, transformation, poetic interpretation,
• Challenges: Illusion, isolation, allergies, over-stimulation
• Personal Goal: Living the dream
• Fears: Drudgery, restriction, ugliness, boredom
• Succeeds as: Media star, poet, inventor, psychologist, minister,
designer, society figure, beauty queen, occultist
22    – MASTER BUILDER: Idealistic, expansive, visionary, master-
builder, government, universal transformation. Philanthropic
The 22 is the most powerful of all numbers. It is often called the Master
Builder. The 22 can turn the most ambitious of dreams into reality. It is
potentially the most successful of all numbers. It has many of the
inspirational insights of the 11, combined with the practicality and
methodical nature of the 4. It is unlimited, yet disciplined. It sees the
archetype, and brings it down to earth in some material form. It has big
ideas, great plans, idealism, leadership, and enormous self-confidence. If
not practical, the 22s waste their potential. Like the 11, the 22 can easily
shrink from its own ambition, causing difficult interior pressures. Both
the 11 and the 22 experience the pressure-cooker effect very strongly,
particularly at an early age. It must work toward the realization of goals
that are larger than personal ambition. The 22 serves the world in a
practical way.
• Gifts: Inspire others, common sense, intuitive, practical
• Challenges: Share your vision, allow others to make contributions
• Personal Goal: Integrate seemingly conflicting characteristics within
yourself-your inspiring vision and natural tendency toward practicality.
• Fears: Loss
• Succeeds as: Politician, business owner, lawyer, administrator
33 – MASTER TEACHER: Christ-like, healer, compassionate, blessing, teacher
of teachers, martyr, inspiration, honest, monk.
The 33 is the most influential of all numbers. It is the Master Teacher. The 33
combines the 11 and the 22 and brings their potential to another level. When
expressed to the fullest, the 33 lacks all personal ambition, and instead focuses
its considerable abilities toward the spiritual uplifting of mankind. What makes
the 33 especially impressive, is the high level of sincere devotion. This is shown
in its determination to seek understanding and wisdom before preaching to
others. The 33 in full force is extremely rare.
The number 33 only matters when found among the core numbers: The Life Path,
Heart's Desire, Expression, Personality, Maturity number, or as an Essence cycle
or Pinnacle cycle. In all other cases the 33 should be reduced to a 6. The fact that
the 33 is extra-ordinary demanding and rare can be seen symbolically in the
methods of calculation. For example, a 33 Life Path can happen only when each
of the 3 units of the birth date (month/year/day) add to 11. Or when the year adds
to 22 (in the 20th century there are only 7 years that add to 22: 1939, 48, 57, 66,
75, 84, and 93) and the month and day of birth combined total is 11. And finally,
when the birth day is 22 and the month and year of birth total 11.
• Gifts: Honesty, discipline, bravery
• Challenges: Requires self-sacrifice, courage
• Personal Goal: Searching for the truth
• Fears: Lack of resources and love
• Succeeds as: Parent, educator, Artist, Doctor
               Personality Traits
Day of Birth: The Day of Birth is the first personal
number we are aware of, one which we quickly learn to
identify. It is a powerful indicator of your point of view
and general stance in the world. In reading a chart,
always look first at the birth date to give you a point of
reference. Use the Day of Birth to identify your general
characteristic and look to see how it is supported (or
overridden) by your other major numbers. If the Day of
Birth does not seem to fit, it may be that the major
number totals affect it in unexpected ways.
Birthpath: Who am I? What do I do best? What are my
natural abilities? The answers to these questions are
found in your Birthpath number. This number indicates
who you are as you begin life – your natural tendencies,
your abilities, and your attitude toward the world. It is
the unchangeable aspect of your chart and therefore
denotes your basic and eternal qualities. Even though
you may have the same Birthpath number as someone
else, differences in the month, day and/or year will
account for variations you may see between their
attitudes and yours. The lessons of your month number
dominate your life until approximately age 28. The
lessons of your day of the month dominate your life until
approximately age 56. The lessons of your year number        22
dominate your life after age 56.
Destiny: What is my goal in life? What will I be most
successful doing? What is the best direction to take?
What will be my major accomplishment? Your
Destiny number describes what you have been born
to accomplish the mission or purpose you must
fulfill. Your opportunities, your environment and your
inner resources are directly related to your Destiny
number. It is what you must do. The Destiny number
is derived from the reduced number totals of each of
your names. It is important to remember that your
Destiny is the area that must be explored, mined and
developed in order for your soul to continue its
progress. Your first name gives you the most
personal lessons; your middle name often contains
hidden abilities you do not consciously try to develop
(or ones you do not like); and your last name carries
the characteristics shared by your whole family.
Additional support for your Destiny may come from
one or more of your Pinnacles, the four numbers
governing particular phases of your life. If one of your
Pinnacles is the same as your Destiny number, this
will be a favorable time for you to accomplish or
make significant progress toward your life's goals.
Realization: The question, "What will be my major
accomplishment?" is answered by your Realization
number. It differs from the Destiny in that it describes
what you will accomplish due to the combination of
who you are (Birthpath) and what opportunities you
are given (Destiny). Its influence is felt increasingly    23
as you grow older.
Heart’s Desire: What motivates me? What is
most important to me? How do I make my
decisions? The Heart's Desire reflects the
foundation of your beliefs and attitudes towards
life. It describes your inner motivations, your
values and how you set your priorities. This
number is very important in the chart, since it
indicates how you may handle your Destiny
number. The Heart's Desire is your instinctive
knowing; its meaning is not always apparent to
the outside world, and sometimes even you may
be unaware of its impact. But look back on
some of the major turning points in your life.
What choices did you make at the time? For
example, in your last job decision did you opt
for great working conditions, improved status,
or a higher salary? These are indications of
your Heart's Desire. It is important to compare
your Heart's Desire number with the other
positions on your chart to see how they might
influence one another. Sometimes there is a
conflict, particularly if the Heart's Desire is
incompatible with the Destiny and/or Birthpath.
In these cases, the Heart's Desire may drain
energy from the others. By contrast, if your
Heart's Desire is compatible, you will have
increased chances for success.                     24
Personality: How do people see me? What
impression do I give? Your Personality number
reveals how you appear to others. The people
around you – coworkers, friends, family – may
not know your Destiny or Heart's Desire, but
chances are they can describe you and your
attributes. This is the information revealed in the
Personality number. Unlike other major
numbers, which may define deep, seldom
glimpsed traits, your Personality number may
even describe a social mask you use to protect
Habit Challenge: What habitual response do I
have that might be considered negative? The
Habit Challenge defines an area of your
personality you may wish to improve: a
tendency, which, when unbalanced, can become
too much of a good thing; or a weak aspect you
should develop. The challenge is to balance
yourself between the two extremes of the Habit
Challenge number. For instance, if your Habit
Challenge is a Two, you are either too sensitive
and timid (letting others make your decisions) or
you need to practice more cooperation and
sensitivity. It is not unusual that a person tends
to exhibit both sides of the polarity depending
on circumstances.                                     25
Specialties and Missing Numbers: What are my
special talents and abilities? Is my name unusually
weighted in any direction? Am I missing any traits?
While your major numbers (such as Destiny and
Birthpath) are patterns that guide and mold your
overall direction in life, there are other positions on
the chart that exert their influence at the everyday
level. The components of your name, Specialties
and Missing numbers, determine your reactions to
people, events and situations. Looking at the
distribution of numbers in your name will give you
the rhythm and texture of your temperament. This
information is especially important to consider in
long-term relationships and job commitments.
Balance of Temperament: How do I operate at the
everyday level? The Planes of Expression, Physical,
Mental, Emotional and Intuitive, organize your
responses to everyday environments and prompt
you to make certain choices (which reflect your
Heart's Desire). The Balance of Temperament is
determined by examining where the components of
your name fit among these four Planes. For
example, you may have already decided that you
are an "emotional" person; or you may be known for
strong mental liabilities. You may describe someone
as being intuitive or the "earthy" type.
The Pinnacles: Is marriage in my
future? What are the financial
prospects for my business? Should I
have my own business or work for
others? Will my financial conditions
improve? The Pinnacles of your
chart describe your response to the
environment, people, events and
experiences you will encounter
during their influence. The Pinnacles
and their corresponding Challenges
represent the four major phases of
your lifetime. Generally, the Pinnacle
number is considered a benevolent
force. The Pinnacles must always be
considered in light of your major
numbers, especially the Destiny and
the Birthpath. As you read about
your Pinnacles, you must ask how
they    help,    obstruct,   constrict,
expand, or complement the other
The Challenges: Why are things so hard? Why do I have
recurring problems? What weak points will need to be
developed? What can my setbacks, difficulties teach me?
While the Pinnacles describe the events and environment
of your life, the corresponding Challenges describe the
inner limitations, fears, or handicaps with which you may
be grappling while their influence is in effect. As you read
the descriptions for your four individual Challenges, keep
in mind the following.
• If your Challenge is the same as your Destiny, you may
experience trouble in finding the right vocation or place in
life. At the same time, you will be presented with the
means to develop the characteristics you need to carry
out your Destiny. Your efforts will not be wasted.
• If your Challenge is the same as your Birthpath, chances
are you will find that you possess the resources
necessary to make this a fruitful time.
•If your Challenge is the same as your Heart's Desire, you
will be highly motivated to tackle your weak spots and
acquire the necessary training to overcome any obstacles
to success.
• If your Challenge is the same as your Personality, you
may find that you exhibit the aspects of the number so
intensely that people do not readily accept you. For
example, if your Challenge and Personality are Four, you
may be entirely too stubborn and resistant to get along        28
with others.
We hope you have enjoyed this presentation. Should you desire
additional information on this subject we suggest you consider
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