THE WAVE: The Progressive Chart.
The wave consists of two parts. The top part, lists Age, Transits, Essence, and Period
cycles. All run from birth day to birth day.
The lower part shows those cycles that run concurrent with the calendar years.
Each vertical column covers one year.
You will notice a slight shift between the top part and the lower part of the wave. This
shift is in proportion to the timing of his date of birth and the beginning of the calendar
The first row shows your age at any given year. The second, third, and fourth row are
dedicated to the Transits.
Following the Transits, we find the double-digit Essence Cycles and the single-digit
(The double-digit Essence Cycles reveal the existence of Master numbers and Karmic
The long-term Period Cycles are next, followed by the Personal Year cycles. The calendar
years are listed below the Personal Year cycles, and the long-term Pinnacle cycles
complete the picture.
For the diamond -shaped chart in the center of the full chart, you must understand the
importance of the Diamond chart
Each letter in your name represents certain influences during a particular time in your
life, as revealed in your Transit and Essence cycles. The calculation methods used to
determine the duration of the Transit and Essence cycles are different from those used in
The Diamond looks at the first nine letters of your full name at birth and devotes nine
years to each letter. This means, that when you reach the ninth letter of your name, you
will be 81 years of age.
How numerology uses the Diamond.
The Diamond divides 81 years of your life in 36 time periods, each of which is presented
in a 4-corner configuration - a kind of mini-diamond - within the Diamond. In addition,
while each of these time periods affects us for 18 years (overlapping in four and a half
year segments) the dominating influence of each of these mini-diamonds moves to the