Your monthly numerology forecast runs in 9-month cycles but jumps back two months at the end of every year. (The only stable and permanent number for your numerology forecast is your Sun Number!)
The reason for this irregularity is in the way we calculate the Personal Year number and then the Personal Month number
FYI: If you want to skip the math, you can use our birth number calculator, which will give you all your numbers, including your Personal Year and Month numbers.
The first step is finding your Sun Number by adding your month and day of birth, then reducing them to a single digit.
The calendar year is then added to calculate your Personal Year number.
Note: The year of birth is NEVER included when we look for Personal Year, Month, or Day numbers. (There are a few sites, including a high-traffic site, with a daily numerology forecast where they include the year of birth. This is incorrect.)
The Personal Month number is found by simply adding the month to the Personal Year number, then reduce it to a single digit.
Example: If you were born May 5, you add 5 + 5 = 10, which reduces (10 = 1 – 0) to 1. Their Sun Number is 1.
Their Personal Year for 2021 would be Sun Number 1 + 2021 = 2022, which reduces to 6 (2 + 0 + 2 + 2 = 6). Their Personal Year number for 2021 is 6.
To find their personal month for April of 2021, add 4 (for April) + 6 (the Personal Year we just calculated) = 10, which reduces to 1.
This person’s personal month numerology for April of 2021 is a 1 Personal Month in a 6 Personal Year.
May would be a 2 Personal Month for this person, June a 3, July a 4, etc.
But an interesting thing happens when they move from December 2021 to January 2022.
Although their personal year number increases by one to change from 6 to 7, their personal month number decreases by 2, as December meant adding 3 (for the 12th month) to the personal year number, while January adds only 1 to the personal year number.
This person goes from a 6 Personal Year, 9 Personal Month in December, to a 7 Personal Year, 8 Personal Month the following January.
Note: We do not use a weekly numerology forecast, however, we pay close attention to our daily numbers. See our free daily forecast!
The Personal Day number is found by adding the calendar day to the Personal Month number for that month.
For example, if the Personal Month number 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 numbers.)
Since the Personal Day for January 31 is a 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, not the 3 Day we might have expected.
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