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by Frank Homan

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This is a system of numerology for a whole new generation of numerologists. This system contains its very own easy-to-use chart, similar in some respects to an astrology chart, but based completely on the principles of numerology. All of the numerology traits and data are collected into a single unified and interrelated view that allows the numerologists to see all trait relationships at a glance. This view of numerology data adds a whole new dimension to working with a numerology evaluation. Many trait relationships which may have gone unnoticed in the past become clear and obvious. The house structure of the chart allows a close and careful analysis of various areas of life such as health, finance, relationships and many more. This is a quantum leap in numerology!

Publisher: Frank HomanReleased: May 7, 2015ISBN: 9781311278838Format: book

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*by Frank Homan *

*Copyright 2015 Frank Homan *

*Smashwords Edition *

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**Introduction **

**Number Reduction **

**Chart Blanks (Free) **

**The Big Picture **

**Finding The Essence Numbers **

**Finding The Traits **

**The Houses **

**House Zero **

**House One **

**House Two **

**House Three **

**House Four **

**House Five **

**House Six **

**House Seven **

**House Eight **

**House Nine **

**The Essence Numbers **

**The Traits **

**Birth Date Traits **

**Name Traits **

**Houses Analysis (House & Essence Numbers) **

**House One **

**House Two **

**House Three **

**House Four **

**House Five **

**House Six **

**House Seven **

**House Eight **

**House Nine **

**Trait Analysis By Number **

**Strength Numbers **

**Vulnerability Numbers **

**Vowel Numbers **

**Consonant Numbers **

**Letter Numbers **

**Trait Analysis By House **

**Strengths in the Houses **

**Vulnerabilities in the Houses **

**Vowels in the Houses **

**Consonants in the Houses **

**Letters in the Houses **

**Putting It All Together **

**A Final Word **

**Other Books by this Author **

Numerology has been around for a very long time. I believe that many of the concepts of numbers, in both a mathematical and a numerological sense, are very basic to the nature of the human mind. In fact, there is evidence that some animals have a rudimentary sense of numbers. There are certainly numeric patterns in the plant world and the evidence for cycles in nature is clear.

I have been studying numbers from the standpoint of number theory, natural cycles and numerology for all of my adult life. As a computer professional, I have also had occasion to use certain mathematical systems, such as trigonometry and statistical analysis, in my work with computers. I see the two, mathematics and numerology, as mutually beneficial and mutually supportive. That said, most mathematicians will dismiss numerology in the most unflattering terms and some numerologists criticize mathematicians out of what they view as inability of the mathematicians to appreciate the spiritual side of life. I prefer to walk the line between them, embracing them both and hoping for a day when mathematicians will see numerology as the soul of their subject and numerologists will see mathematics as the body of their subject.

Numerology is the study of numbers from the standpoint of their significance to the human drama in a very personal way. Through numerology, we can find information about the human personality and character and look into the forces that shape our lives.

The principle of number reduction is so pervasive in numerology that I am going to present it here, in the introduction. One of the problems facing numerologists is the fact that they have to deal with so many numbers. In order to bring the count of number interpretations to a manageable level, the idea of reducing numbers to their most basic form is used. Number reduction is the process of taking any number, of any size, and reducing it to a single digit. The process is a simple one; we just add the digits of the number together until we have a single digit. For example, the number 123 reduces to 6 (1+2+3=6). In some cases, the result of the first addition may not be a single digit such as in the number 678 (6+7+8=21). In this case, we add the digits of the result of the first addition so that we arrive at a single digit. In this case, we would take the 21 and reduce it to 3 (2+1=3). There are a limited number of cases in which more than 2 additions are required to arrive at a single digit. The first five numbers that require more than 2 additions are: 199, 289, 298, 379 and 388.

*A simple trick for doing this on a calculator is to enter the number and divide it by 9. The answer will generate a repeating number after the decimal, which is the reduced value. In our above example of 678, if we enter 678 in our calculator and divide by 9, we get 75.333333 The repeating 3s gives us the reduced number. Let's take another example of 87. Enter 87 in the calculator and divide by 9 which gives us an answer of 9.666666 (or 9.666667 if your calculator is set to round up) in this case the reduced value is 6, not the rounded up 7. Be aware that different calculators have a different number of digits that display and some have switches that will turn off the floating point display. You need to make sure that your calculator is set for floating point display or with enough digits to see the repeating number. One last thing about the calculator trick: if you get an answer that has no repeating digits, that means that the answer is 9. For example, if you take the number 36 and enter it into your calculator, then divide by 9 the answer is 4 (or 4.0 in some calculators). This lack of a repeating decimal digit indicates that the reduced value is 9. *

There is a free download that allows you to print Sovana chart blanks and worksheets for your use in working with this system. This file includes a couple of useful tables and some examples of preparing a chart for analysis. They are free to you, as a user of this system, to print or reproduce as many charts as you need for your own numerology practice. This permission does not extend to, nor should it be interpreted as, the right to reproduce any of the linked materials for resale, or for sale in numerology classes, whether or not those classes are related to the Sovana numerology system. You may freely share the file in printed or electronic format with anyone, including students in numerology classes, providing that you share the entire original file including the first page with the copyright notice. The file is in .pdf format which allows you to selectively print certain pages as you wish.

This file can be found at this link. **Sovana Basic Worksheets. **

**Return to Contents **

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I think it is ironic that astrology has had a house system and numerology has not. After all, the definitions of the original astrology houses were based on numerology. There have been some attempts made to combine numerology and astrology to give numerology the benefits of the house system, but they never gave numerology the clarity that the houses have given astrology.

Sovana is a numerology system with its very own house system based entirely on the principles of numerology. The basic Sovana chart is shown below.

This is an overview, so if you miss something, don't worry about it, we'll cover it later.

The Sovana chart has ten houses, nine houses in a circle around the center of the chart and a house in the very center of the chart marked with a zero. The ring with the numbers from 1 through 9 show the numbers of the houses in clockwise order starting with 1 at the top and ending with 9 just to the left of the first house. Each of these houses has three sections, the house number section, a large space, which takes up most of the house and a narrow band at the outside of the house.

Each house defines an area of our life. These life areas tell us about different aspects of our life, like our physical and psychological makeup and the different activities that we engage in. For example, the fourth house will tells us about our work, our physical health in general terms and our ability to be disciplined and organized.

Let's start with the narrow band at the outside of the house. This is where we place the house essence numbers. The essence number tells us about the overall energy of the house. This overall energy of the house tells us, in general terms, about the characteristics of the matters that are defined by the house. For example, a number 1 essence number in any house will tell us that we will be creative and innovative with the things that the house represents. We'll talk about how we find these essence numbers later, but for now, let's just look at a house with the essence numbers inserted.

This shows us that the first house has an essence number of 6, the second house has an essence number of 7 and so on around the chart until we arrive at the ninth house which has an essence number of 5. The essence numbers tells us about the energies that we were born with. These numbers never change during our life. They are influenced by the cycles of energy that we encounter during our life but the basic influences are

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