Numerology Arts

What is Numerology?

Numerology is the study of the hidden meanings of numbers and their influence on human life and has been used for over 10,000 years to accurately reveal the secrets of love, wealth, success and happiness that lie hidden in your inner-self. Starting from your name and birthday, as a code, numerology helps you to understand who you really are, why you are here, and lessons you can learn. By following the patterns of monthly and yearly cycles of growth, numerology helps you further to plan your future and to take more active role in your life.

How does Numerology work?

All the numerologist needs from you is your full name and birth date. Number values are assigned to the letters in your name. The numerologist will then add those in a multitude of combinations with your birth date, to establish your key numbers.

These key numbers are then being interpreted, which leads to a complete description of your personal characteristics.

Finding out more about yourself will enable you to develop in ways which may have seemed impossible before. Numerology will help you make the most out of your strengths, as well as deal better with your weaknesses.

The accuracy of Numerology Science is amazing in its depth of detail and comparable to an astrological reading in its overall completeness.

The numbers of your birth date reveal your:
  • Life path Number - The Path you have chosen to fulfill your mission in this life. Major Lesson.
  • Day Number - How You approach life.
  • Personal Year - The stage you are at in your 9 year cycle. Provides insight into your present and future cycles.
  • Patterns of your daily/monthly/yearly cycles of growth.
The numbers of your name reveal your:
  • Inner Number - Inner feelings, Your hearts desire.
  • Outer Number - Your Personality, Outer Persona.
  • Destiny Number - Life Mission Key to success.
  • Transit Number - Energy of any chosen year

If you have questions regarding numerology. how it works, or the personalized numerology readings, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page prior to sending an inquiry.