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another way to use numbers for names

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spookysoozy's avatar - acepent
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Posted: September 3, 2009, 2:32 pm - IP Logged

 I found this method in a free numerology site.

It is an alternative to the normal numerology calculations made for words and names.

 

This one is specifically for names. Instructions say to use the first and last name, but it will give you numbers for just a first name too.

Letter Values
A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4, E=5, F=6, G=7, H=8, I=9, J=600,
K=10, L=20, M=30, N=40, O=50, P=60, Q=70, R=80, S=90,
T=100, U=200, V=700, X=300, Y=400, Z=500, HI=800, HU=900

There is no value for any letter not listed.



Add up all of the numbers given and you will have the person's individual number. ; discard the "thousands" number and look for the "hundreds" for pic 3 games.

Example Calculations:
Do you want to find the individual number for "Jean-Jacques Rousseau"?

J = 600; E = 5; A = 1; N = 40;
J = 600; A = 1; C = 3; Q = 70; U = 200; E = 5; S = 90;
R = 80; O = 50; U = 200; S = 90; S = 90; E = 5; A = 1; U = 200
Total : 2,331

The total is 2,331 for cash 4. For cash 3you take away 2,000 and keep only 331

I see ther is no "w" in this method.

as they fell in the past, Ga first. 1=0, 0=1

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