With Numerologist Hans Decoz
Your Sun Number is the foundation for your cycles - to find yours, simply select your month and day of birth below, then click the corresponding icon.
Personal Months run in 9-months cycles but jump back two months at the end of every year.
For example, if your Personal Month number for October is 1, November will be a 2 Month and December a 3 Month, but January of the next year will be a 2 Month again.
Your Personal Year is the sum of your month and day of birth, plus the current calendar year, NOT your birth year, which is never included when we look for Personal Year, Month, and Day cycles. (There is a high-traffic website offering a range of horoscopes including numerology horoscopes where they actually include the birth year in their calculations. This is wrong and not done by anyone else that I know off. I sent a polite email a couple years ago pointing out the error of their ways but did not receive a reply and their error, since I last checked, is still incorporated in their website.)
The Personal Month cycle is simply added to the Personal Year cycle, then reduced to a single digit. This means if your Personal Year number is 5, December would add 12 to 5 is 17. This is reduced to 8 (1 + 7). You might now expect January for the next year to be a 9 Month, but it is not. Your Personal Year number for the next year would be 6. Add January - a 1 - and you get 7.
Your Personal Day number is your Personal Month number plus the calendar day. For example, if your Personal Month for January is 7, January 31 would be 7 + 31 = 38, which reduces to 11 and then to 2. (Although 11 is a Master number, it is not recognized as such for Personal Year, Month, and Day cycles. Learn more about that here…)
Since the Personal Day for January 31 is found to be 2, you might expect February 1 to be a 3 Day, but it isn’t. Here’s why. If January is a 7 Month, February is an 8 Month – add 1 for the first day, and you get a 9 Day.
And so it goes; the logic that underlies all algorithms in numerology is not always predictable.