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Finding and Using Your Individual Lucky Number
by Atham-Z

Have you ever noticed a feeling of affinity towards certain numbers? People generally can quickly choose a digit between 0 and 10, and can usually state with ease what their "favourite" number is. There is usually a reason behind this choice. Numerology takes names and birthdates and translates them into single digit numbers. Many people have cause to change their names throughout their lifetimes but no one can change the fact of their birthdate. Thus, for purposes of drawing good luck, we will deal with the birthdate digits.

Take, for example, if you were born in the 12th month on the 8th day. This all took place in the year 1979. In order to calculate your birth digit you add up all these numbers. (Use your own birthdate.)

Take all these digits 12 + 5 + 1979 and add them up. The total is 1999.

Now add up 1 + 9 + 9 + 9 = 28

Add up these two remaining digits 2 + 8 = 10

And then add up those digits 1 + 0 = 1

To discover the digit "1" which is the significant birth digit for someone born on Dember 8th, 1979.

For this person when using lottery numbers to buy lottery tickets and whatnot to consistently use the number 1 or figures that total to one is, in the long term, lucky for them.

This person should be using the digits 1, 2, 7, 8 and 9, (from the actual digits of the birthdate) in various combinations and repetitions to choose numbers in lotteris that total a "1".

Frequently a person finds out, as an after the fact point of interest, that their "favourite number" for years, has been their birthdate or name designated numerology digit. Similarly comfortable residential address number designations are often matched with these indicidual significant numbers for which we have an affinity.

It is important to choose a series of numbers and stick with them over the long haul and eventually they will be the winners for you!

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This page was updated Agust 10, 2006.