How to Use Numerology to Help Make Financial Decisions


The practical yet profound metaphysical art of numerology has been passed down to us from ancient times, and the best known numerologist was King Solomon of Israel. Using numerology can provide insights to better understand when and how to make important decisions that are synchronized with the natural order. A quick look into the best times to make investments or lend or borrow money could be very useful in avoiding unnecessary risks and maximizing returns.

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  • Pencil or pen
  • Blank sheet of paper
  • Open mind

Calculate your year number, which governs the energy or numeric vibration from your last birthday until your next birthday. This is accomplished by adding the month and day or your birthday to the year of your last birthday. So if you were born on October 28th, you would add 10 + 28 + 2007. This reduces to 10 + 28 + (2 + 0 + 0 + 7) = 10 + 28 + 9 = 47 (if calculating before October 28, 2008).

Determine the month numbers using the year number by adding 47 + the number of the month. So January 2008 is 47 + 1 = 48, February is 47 + 2 = 49, March 47 + 3 = 50 and so forth. For January, reduce 48 to the prime vibration by adding 4 + 8 = 12. Then reduce 12 by adding 1 + 2 = 3. Thus, your month number is 48/3. February is 49/4, March is 50/5, April is 51/6, May is 52/7, June is 53/8, July is 54/9, August is 55/1, September is 56/11 (11, 22, 33 and 44 are master numbers that are not further reduced), October up until the birthday is 57/3. October in the previous year following the birthday was 57/3, November is 58/4 and December was 59/5.

Now consider the overriding vibration of the year number. The number 47/11 denotes a highly karmic period where things can happen quickly and fortunes can be made and lost. If you are of the right mind and heart, great things can be achieved; however, what is gained quickly can be lost at the same speed. In general an 11 year is a good number for making money. The best numbers for investing are normally 1, 4, 8, 11, 22 and 44.

Look at the number of each month. This is really the most important number when predicting the environment for your financial activities. A 1 month is a good month for seeking out new opportunity when you will have a lot of energy. A 2 month is more of a gestation period where you will take a back seat to others. A 3 month is good time for travel and self-expression. A 4 month is a time to get things in order. A 5 month is a good time for preparing for a change or making a change—or when flexibility will be required. A 6 is a vibration that equates to the home and family. A 7 is for rest, rejuvenation, relaxation or a vacation. An 8 month is a time when you have power for business or sports. A 9 is when anything that needs to drop out of your life or be left behind may well do exactly that. An 11 month is a high energy time where anything is possible. A 22 month will bring organization and order into your life whether you want it or not. A 33 is the Christ number, and mystic and providential energy will surround your household. A 44 month is a time for a prize-winning garden to be planted, a showpiece house to be built or a highly profitable business to be expanded or launched.

Think about how your life lines up with these basic monthly and yearly vibrations. If you are pursuing activities that oppose these vibrations, you are likely to encounter mental and physical challenges. If you have a closing scheduled for a 2 month, consider trying to postpone it for a couple of months until the 4 month (unless the 2 is actually an 11). You will have your wits about you much more completely. If you are planning to invest money, look for one of the optimum months.

Compare the year number and the month. If they are the same, the vibration is even greater, so expect to encounter a double dose of whatever the number normally brings you. If you are in an 8 vibration for the year and a 44 month, then you are ready to take the next step to ultimate success. During the last year, I received a huge bonus and raise during an 11 month that was also in an 11 year—right after being the victim in a major automobile accident where I ended up losing a lot of money and the car during a 9 month (2 months earlier). This may seem to be in conflict with the 11 year, but the car was purchased at an interest rate that was higher than what I can get now, and the car had turned out to be very expensive to maintain. So despite the short-term inconvenience, overall I gained by losing the car--but couldn't see this until later.

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