Numerology. How many of you is master numbers?

Anyone?

  • Hi, Neomi.  What's master numbers?  

  • I think lots of us good at numbers. I was 2 years ahead in school maths. Did A level 2 years early. Fascinated by number plates

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  • i am 30   -------- so ? 

    Consider the birthdate of May 18, 1970. Now, Convert the month of your birth to a single digit.

    May = 5 

    Convert your birthday to a single digit.

    18 = 1 + 8 = 9 

    Reduce your birth year to a single digit.

    1 + 9 + 7 + 0 = 17 = (1+7=8)

    Finally, sum the totals from each category.

    5 + 9 + 8 equals 22. 

    22 is the Life Path Number or Master Number.

  • I might use this with caution! This is the type of info data hackers need to get into your accounts.

    But numerology is always intersting! 

  • hugwash ,,,, nuts ,,,,, do not take seriously ------  some of associated links on "calculators" are dangerous

    eg 2 Cookies are installed on your device. I have no idea if they are harmful or not 

  • Yes that’s is right, but 1st you have to count it like this

    Day 1+8=9 month 9+5= 14 Year 14+ 1+9+7=31 3+1=     4

    your maths are very correct. That’s the way to find out what way you are. All numbers are amazing, having their roles in our lifes and amazing impacts, as probably you know, judging by maths. You hit jackpot (in theory) when you score master in both occasions. Like 14.02.1975

    1st path

    1+4+2+1+9+7+5=11

    2nd path

    Month: 02

    Day: 14

    Year: 1975

    1+9+7+5=22 is master number, needs to be reduced in this case 2+2=4

    2+5+4=11

    Good luck to all of you with your numbers, all are good and amazing experience in life. I feel like it allies with what’s most important for us. I love 3, omg their are always supper funny. 5 travels, 7 discovering ourselves. Amazing really. I have two 7’s in my life piramid. 8 money, 9 work for others. 2 learn about life. 6 family.1 everything down to earth 

  • The people on the autism spectrum who are brilliant with mathematics and numbers are those who think in patterns like myself, even though I struggled in English at school and some other subjects I excelled in maths, I were doing Foundation GCSE Maths before finishing primary school.

  • Personally, I have never been interested in numbers. For me, there is a beauty in the rules of the grammar of languages that has always captivated me more than numbers. The patterns and rules of a grammar are much more intricate. Numbers, for me, offer little interest because of their limited surface structure, but language has both a surface structure and a deep structure, which is why any computer can perform calculations. No computer, up to now, has ever been able to reproduce language.