# Numerology Analysis

To analyze an individual using numerology, begin with
the date of birth number. This represents the subject’s
inborn characteristics and is known as the personality
number. Next you will want to analyze the name number by
which your subject is best known. It will show traits developed during life. Your subject’s inner nature is best expressed
by the vowel number and is considered to be the number of
underlying influence.
To find a person’s primary date of birth number, you
must add all the numbers of the birth date together until
you have a single digit number. For example, is you were
born on May 1, 1950, you would first have to reduce May to
a number. May is the 5th month, or 5. You would then add
up all the numbers: 5 + 1 + 1 + 9 + 5 + 0 = 21. The 21 is
then reduced to a single digit: 2 + 1 = 3. Your birth number
would be 3, and this is the definition you would consult.

The Number Chart

123456789
A B C DE F GHI
J K L MNOP QR
S T U VWX Y Z

The next step is to analyze the name numerically. To do
this you convert the letters of the name into numbers using
the number-letter equivalents listed on the chart above. For
example, John Smith:

J O H N S M I T H
1 + 6 + 8 + 5 + 1 + 4 + 9 + 2 + 8 =44=4+4=8

The primary number for the name John Smith is 8, so
you would read the qualities associated with the number eight
to find out what traits John has developed throughout his
life. If the date of birth number and the name number coincide, the individual will have a pretty smooth life. If they are
in opposition to each other it may indicate inner conflict
and problems.
The last thing to do is reduce the vowels in the person’s
name to one digit. This will show what influences are at work
beneath the surface.