Most people are fascinated by numbers and their numerology meanings. Whether you are an advanced student or a beginner, you are sure to find something to interest you. So scroll down the page and see all the information that is provided if you have any questions or more info please e-mail me at































This will require something to write with so you might want to get a paper and pen handy.

1st Write your full birth name out.

2nd  Use the above chart to map your name.


 James Smith White

J a m e s   =  1 1 4 5 1

S m i t h  =   1 4 9 2 8

W h i t e  =  5 8 9 2 5

3rd Add the numbers together.


1 + 1 + 4  + 5  + 1  =  12

1 + 4 + 9 + 2 + 8  =  24

5 + 8 + 9 + 2 + 5  =  29

4th Make all of your totals into 1 number by adding.


12 = 1 + 2 = 3

24 = 2 + 4 = 6

29 = 2 + 9 = 11 = 1 + 1 = 2

5th Add all the numbers up and untill you get a lone number.


3 + 6 + 2 = 11 = 1 + 1 = 2


The number 2 is James Whites number.


This also works for your Birthday also write out your birth day and add it up till you get to one number.

Lets use todays date 7 - 16 - 2001

7 + 1 + 6 + 2 + 1 = 17 = 1 + 7 = 8

So 8 would be my birthday number 


Below you will find what the your number means.


The Numbers Revealed!


is Ambitious, Independent, and Self-sufficient.


is Supportive, Diplomatic, and Analytical.


is Enthusiastic, Optimistic, and Fun-loving.


is Practical, Traditional, and Serious.


is Adventurous, Mercurial, and Sensual.


is Responsible, Careful, and Domestic.


is Spiritual, Eccentric, and a  Loner.


is Money-oriented, Decisive, and Stern.


is Multi-talented, compassionate, and Global.



 1 through 9
plus 11 and 22


Areas of  Concern

General Leanings

Practical Expression


Natural leader,

Avoid extremes of
bossiness, shyness.
Too impulsive.

Standing out from
the crowd. Trying
new ideas.

Political leadership,
celebrity, or small
business owner.


Loving, peace-
maker, analytical,
ideal partner.

Hanging back, not
speaking up. Stuck
on details, lonely.

Finding the right
relationship. Needs
harmony, order.

Diplomatic corps,
counselor, partner
in small business.


Outgoing, joy of
life, imaginative,

Fears routine. May
lack self-discipline,
accomplish little.

Energy and ideas
in action. Having
a good time.

Press secretary,
party planner, small
business promoter.


Works hard,
practical, gets
things done.

Fears downsizing,
not having familiar
routine. Rigid.

Need for security.
Develops order
out of chaos.

Administrator, team
player, back office
of small business.


Bold, daring, and
persuasive. Enjoys
the finer things.

Restlessness to the
point of boredom.
Easily side-tracked.

To search for new
opportunities. Take
chances. Try it all.

Public figure, media,
develop new idea
for small business.


Warm, nurturing,
and happily dom-
estic. Reliable.

May end up feeling
like a doormat. Can
be too opinionated.

Taking care of
loved ones. Finding
safety, comfort.

Personal assistant,
educator, or caterer
to small business.


A deep thinker,
spiritually inclined.
Unique, eccentric.

Too aloof and fears
not living up to high
standards. A loner.

To seek answers
to life's questions.
Observe. Discover.

Analytical field. Or
self-employment in
small business.


Decisive, forceful,
good with money.

Often lacks feeling
for those who stand
in the way of goals.

To strive higher,
take control, seek
power, status.

Professional field,
or operator of small
business franchises.


Inspired, intuitive,
creative. Seeks to
improve the world.

Needs to avoid bad
habits, and attend
to life's details.

To see the "big
picture." To dream
the dream.

Community leader,
organize small bus-
iness owners.



Tip One: Stick with the basic numbers (1 through 9). Yes, there are other so-called "master numbers" or "karmic numbers" that some people swear by. But oftentimes these exotic numbers are more confusing than they are enlightening. And many numerologists don't bother with them.

Tip Two: Stick with the basic calculations. Almost all numerologists perform certain calculations. These include the sum of your birth date numbers; the sum of the letters in your birth name; the sum of the vowels in your name; the sum of the consonants, etc. Try to get a feel for these basic calculations and what they convey.

Tip Three: Don't be intimidated by fancy-sounding terminology. Although most numerologists perform the same basic calculations, there are no limits to the names people come up with for these calculations. If we call it your "Birthpath Number" and someone else calls it "XYZ Number"--it really doesn't matter.

Tip Four:  Draw on your common sense, your experience, and your intuition. After a while some of the  numbers might remind you of people you know. Or you may get an intuitive flash because a person's "5" seems to jump out at you. Well, go with these impressions.

And remember--numerology should be fun! So have fun learning it!

Some info for this page was taken from Do-It-Yourself Numerology

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