Every letter of the alphabet corresponds to a number from 1 to 9:

A J S = 1

B K T = 2

C L U = 3

D M V = 4

E N W = 5

F O X = 6

G P Y = 7

H Q Z = 8

I R = 9

The Y is a vowel.

It is necessary to replace all the letters of name and surname the numbers corresponding, for example JOHN RED becomes 1 6 8 5 9 5 4.

Now we should obtain 3 numbers: the first one from the sum of everything these numbers, the second from the sum of the numbers corresponding to the sum of the vowels and the third one from the sum of the consonants. Every sum obtained from the 3 additions must ulteriorly be reduced to a single figure from 1 to 9, adding between they the figures that compose it.

Example: JOHN RED (1 6 8 5 9 5 4).

First number (TOTAL SUM) : 9+6+8+5 + 9+5+4 = 38. Now we reduce this sum: 3+8 = 11 and 1+1 = 2.

Second number (SUM OF THE VOWELS) : 6+5 = 11. And therefore 1+1 = 2.

Third number (SUM OF THE CONSONANTS):

Since the total number is 2 and that of the vowels is 2 too, is obvious that the number of the consonants will be 9, because the total number is the sum of vowels and consonants: 2 (vowels) + 9 (consonants) = 11 and 1+1=2. However to be secure of the previous calculations, we do also this: 1+8+5+9+4 = 27 and 2+7 = 9. Therefore the 3 numbers of whoever is called John Red are 2 2 9. In the following pages we will see the meaning of the numbers resulted.

Another example: FRANK BROWN becomes 6 9 1 5 2 2 9 6 5 5.

For the total number: 6+9+1+5+2+2+9+6+5+5 = 50. 5+0=5.

For the number of the vowels: 1+6 = 7.

For the number of the consonants: 6+9+5+2+2+9+5+5 = 43. 4+3=7. Also in this example the 3 calculations are exact, in fact the total number 5 is the sum between 7 (vocal) and 7 (consonants), because 7+7=14 and 1+4=5.

It's possible to avoid to adds the letters with value 9 (I and R), because in numerology 9 is equivalent to 0 and therefore doesn't change the final result.

Example: FRANK BROWN becomes 6 1 5 2 2 6 5 5.

Total sum: 6+1+5+2+2+6+5+5 = 32 and 3+2= 5.

Vowels: 1+6=7.

Consonants: 6+5+2+2+5+5=25 and 2+5=7.

Therefore the resulted numbers are still 5 7 and 7.

I should state that the name to calculate have to be that written to the registry. The diminutives do not be worth. In the case in which we want to calculate the numbers of a person with 2 or more names, we should calculate the all alone if aren't divided from a comma, otherwise we should calculate alone those before the comma. For example if to the registry it is written GREEN MARY ROSE we should calculate both the names. If instead it is written GREEN ELIZABETH, SARAH we should calculate alone the first one.

In case of woman married we should take in examination the original surname, not the husband's surname.

A method in order to accelerate the calculation is that to memorize the number of the most commons names, so as to calculate alone the surname and to add the end the number of the name.

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