Numerology Names and What They Mean

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When most people think of numerology, and how it affects t heir lives, they think of figuring out the number of their date of birth, or their “life path number’ which is figured out by reducing the day, month and year of their birth down to a single digit, and then consulting a reference work to see what that number can tell them about themselves.

However, it is also possible to do numerology using a person’s name, as well. A person’s name can be reduced down to numbers as well…anything can….and a whole reference work has been built up to learn what each of these numerology names means.

This is part of Vedic Astrology, part of the Hindu belief system.

In order to find out numerology names, you basically use the same tactic as you do with finding your birth date – you write down your full name, convert that to numbers, add them all together and then reduce them to a single digit.

It doesn’t matter if you have a simple name, like John Smith, or a long name, like John Frederick Remington Smith…. you figure out the number for the entire name.

However, it’s not as simple as having A count as 1 and Z count as 26. The letters are figured out in groups of 9.  So A, J, and S are 1s, and I, and R are counted as 9!

Then, once you have a number from between 1 to 9, you consult the appropriate reference work to see what it has to say about your tendencies, characteristics and traits.

There are other numerology systems out there, however. I have seen those described that will work with just the first name, and rather than reducing that name down to single digits, will use double digits!

For example, in this system, Tina works out to have a number of 22! And there is a reference work that will give information about that particular number and what it means in regards to ones character traits.

The different numerology systems can be confusing. It’s best to find one system, and just stick with that.
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