# Sample Numerology Chart

placed them underneath.

Example:

.........5.......2.....3......2.......2.......3........3.....4.........(values deducted)

.....1.......6.....8......5.......7.......5........2.....5.......9.....(value of letters)

0.......9.....18.....27.....36.....45.....54.....63.....72.....81.(9.year jumps)

.....J.......O.....H......N.......P.......E.......T.....E.......R .....(1st 9 letters)

.....1.......6.....8......5.......7.......5........2.....5.......9......(value of letters)

How to find the numbers corresponding to a particular age:

To find the lesson for a certain age, a use the illustration below as follows:

Locate the age in the top half of the drawing as near as possible to the particular year you

are concerned with.

To find the Root, Action Key, and Outcome, locate the triangles in place during the age-

period you are concerned with, in the lower half of the diamond.

For example, let's say you are concerned with the period around your 22nd year of age.

Using our example:

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Referring to the illustration above, locate age 22 in the top half of the Diamond. You will

find that the triangles listing ages 21-24, 14-22 and 18-26 all apply to age 22. The triangle

14-22 has the number 2 directly above it. This means that the lessons inherit to the

number 2 have been an issue for at least 8 years. But our friend is leaving this triangle

behind. He is almost finished with this age-period.

The triangle 18-26 covers a larger period and has the number 1 at the tip. This tells us that

the lessons of the number 1 will have to be dealt with during those years.

However, most important is the triangle covering the age-period 21-24. It narrows the

period down to a few years, with the age we are particularly concerned with in the center.

The number 2 is found at the tip, and makes that the Challenge for age 22.

As you will notice, the top half of The Diamond most often deals with the numbers 0, 1,

2, and 3. This is, of course, not a coincidence.

The Challenges represented by the lower numbers are the most important and most often

found Challenges.

In the lower half of The Diamond, we find that age 22 is included in three triangles: 14-

22, 18-26 and 21-24. Triangle 14-22 should be analyzed to get an idea of the path leading

up to the period we are interested in.

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