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# Numerology Timing & Luck (version 2.

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Secondary MNs In our discussion, the only secondary MNs which we will encounter are those of the primary 11/2: 29, 38, 47, 56, 65, 74, 83, 92 These secondary master numbers should always be reduced & displayed as primary 11/2 for simplicity. Secondary KDs Look at all these secondary KDs: 49, 58, 59, 67, 68, 76, [77], 79, 85, 86, [88], 94, 95, 97 They all belong to either 13/4, 14/5 or 16/7 & should be written in their primary figures except for 77 & 88. There is no secondary KD for 19/1. Interestingly the Complex Master Numbers [77] & [88] are both a primary MN & a secondary KD. They are written this way: 77/14/5 88/16/7 13 being an odd number has no hybrid KD (non-complex) with much restriction. So it cannot evolve into a master number but its MN brother 22 shares the same base (i.e 13/4 & 22/4). Timing Formula revisited Part 3: Personal Timings Time units Everything has a cycle. There are....... - 60 seconds in 1 minute - 60 minutes in 1 hour - 24 hours in 1 day - 28-31 days in 1 month - 12 months in 1 year Time of interest (TOI) All the above can be represented as numerology time of interest (TOI): 1) Year of interest (YOI) = usually four digits 2) Month of interest (MOI) = up to two digits (1-12) 3) Day of interest (DOI) = up to two digits (1-31) 4) Hour of interest (HOI) = up to two digits (1-24) At midnight, HOI = 24 = 6 (of a new day) 5) Minute of interest (ROI) = up to two digits (1-60) When time is exactly on the hour, ROI = 60 6) Second of interest (ZOI) = up to two digits (1-60) When time is exactly on the minute, ZOI = 60 Examples: 1) If we selected a time 12:39am & date 14th November 2004.... YOI = 2004 = 6 MOI = 11 = 11/2 (non-reducible) DOI = 14 = 5 HOI = 24 = 6 ROI = 39 = 12 = 3 2) On 21st October 1960 at time 9:00am YOI = 1960 = 16 = 7 MOI = 10 = 1 DOI = 21 = 3 HOI = 9 ROI = 60 = 6 TOIs are reduced DURING calculation except for any MNs.

Life Path Life Path (LP) influence period is from the birth to death. Its assigned numerology value is constant throughout one's life & is based on a person's date of birth. Time of birth is not considered in the calculation. Examples: 1) For someone born on 31st July 1975..... LP = 31 + 4 + 1975 = 4 + 4 + 22 = 30 = 3 2) Another person born on 19th Jun 1977.... LP = 19 + 6 + 24 = 1 + 6 + 6 = 13/4 (a KD) 3) My son, Aman, was born on 4th December 2002..... LP = 4 + 12 + 2002 = 4 + 3 + 4 = 11/2 (a MN) Personal elements 1) Personal Year (PY) Its influence period is for 1 year during the YOI PY = Day of birth + Month of birth + YOI 2) Personal Month (PM) Its influence period is for 1 month during the MOI PM = PY + MOI 3) Personal Day (PD) Its influence period is for 1 day during the DOI PD = PY + MOI + DOI (Note that it is incorrect to assume PD = PM +DOI) 4) Personal Hour (PH) Its influence period is for 1 hour during the HOI PH = PD + HOI 5) Personal Minute (PR) Its influence period is for 1 minute during the ROI PR = PD + HOI + ROI (This is not the same as PR = PH + ROI) 6) Personal Second (PZ) Its influence period is for 1 second during the ZOI PZ = PD + HOI + ROI + ZOI (This is not the same as PZ = PR + ZOI) All Personal Elements are also reduced DURING calculation except for any MNs. Timing Formula revisited Part 4: Higher Numbers In most of our calculations so far, the final result is either one digit (base number) or two digits (KD or MN). So what is 55+55? Ans: 55+55 = 110 = 1+1+0 = 1 We only deal mainly in 2-dimensional Master Numbers such as 11, 22, etc. It is very unlikely that you will encounter a 3-D MN (e.g 111,222,333,etc) in our time calculation discussion.

55/1 is the highest MN for any PD... In other words..3.. It's possible to reach PD=55/1 when PY=22/4. bad or neutral depending on its base number: A Neutral MN is 11/2 (because 2 is neutral) A Good MN are 33/6.6&8 are good) A Bad MN are 22/4... Some of you may still remember a similar table like the above which I posted in GG forum.. For example if PY=33/6 & MOI=11 & DOI=20.. PY value can be as high as 55/1..7&9 are bad) .....5. you are only allowed use any MN from the PY up to 22/4 (non-parenthesis MN). The table is virtually the same as the first one except for PR which is more limiting. So regardless of which reduction table (A or B) you use. The changes are due to the modification to these two formulas: PR = PD + HOI + ROI becomes PR = PH + ROI PZ = PD + HOI + ROI + ZOI becomes PZ = PR + ZOI For our practical discussion. We won't be looking at the theoretical mili. If you refer to the table. However during the next level calculation (i.. PQ = .. the result will still be the same.. This area is opened for further research work by individuals to compare which table gives a more favourable result for smaller scale timings.. 55/1....more limiting !!! PZ = 11/2 22/4 33/6 44/8 55/1 [66/3] [77/14/5] [88/16/7] [99/9] PL = .. PQ = . It shows you the highest MN possible on every personal elements. MOI=11 & DOI=22..Master Number Reduction Table 'A' PY = 11/2 22/4 [33/6] [44/8] [55/1] PM = 11/2 [22/4] [33/6] PD = 11/2 22/4 [33/6] [44/8] [55/1] PH = 11/2 22/4 [33/6] [44/8] PR = 11/2 22/4 33/6 44/8 55/1 [66/3] [77/14/5] [88/16/7] [99/9] PZ = 11/2 22/4 33/6 44/8 55/1 [66/3] [77/14/5] [88/16/7] [99/9] PL = . 44/8. PM = 6+11 = 17 = 8 PD = 6+11+2 = 19/1 (a KD) Actually there is also another school of thought... Well over here I've expanded it to include PZ. (If you get PD=66/3 then you've obviously made a mistake in your calculation!) What about those MNs in the [parenthesis]? Let's look at the PY.. 77/5 (because 1.& micro-second range (PL &PQ).... How are the figures in the table derived? Quite simple actually.. if your PY=33/6 or 44/8 or 55/1.. 66/3...... Timing Formula revisited Part 5: More On Master Numbers Independent State A Master Number on its own can either be good. 88/7.and so I will introduce a seperate MNRT: Master Number Reduction Table 'B' PY = 11/2 22/4 [33/6] [44/8] [55/1] PM = 11/2 [22/4] [33/6] PD = 11/2 22/4 [33/6] [44/8] [55/1] PH = 11/2 22/4 [33/6] [44/8] PR = 11/2 22/4 33/6 44/8 55/1 [66/3] [77/14/5] <---.. you should use PY=6 or 8 or 1 during the PM calculation.e PM calculation).. So any MNs in the parenthesis are invalid for the subsequent calculation and should be reduced to its single digit. We reduce PY to it's single digit number (=6) since its 33/6 is in the parenthesis. I will focus up to PH as the smallest timing element. 99/9 (because 4.

he has to go through 4 out of 9 years of KD! This can be equally painful when you think about it. or perhaps help count their own numbers. Numerology may be able to offer the guidance so that the KD person doesn't have to suffer so much through his/her own ignorance.Generally speaking a person with a KD LP will have a more difficult life than those without a KD LP. there is another area on KD which seems to affect everyone in a big way as well. wisdom will also teach that matured person what to do or avoid in life. Example of someone born on July 1st 1972. we'll try to work out the next 9 PYs starting this year: LP = 1+7+1 = 9 PY(2004) = 1+7+6 = 14/5 KD!!! PY(2005) = 1+7+7 = 6 PY(2006) = 1+7+8 = 16/7 KD!!! PY(2007) = 1+7+9 = 8 PY(2008) = 1+7+1 = 9 PY(2009) = 1+7+11 = 19/1 KD!!! PY(2010) = 1+7+3 = 11/2 MN ! PY(2011) = 1+7+4 = 3 PY(2012) = 1+7+5 = 13/4 KD!!! Hence you've identified the epi-cycle starts in 2009.. This may vary slightly within one epi-cycle and another. It has to do with their Personal Year cycles. In some epi-cycles (9 year period) you may also get 1 or 2 MNs. You can warn them not to play during those cautionary period. you may want to direct them to this forum. If you do know of any friends who are uncontrolled. . Apart from the effect of negative LP which can be devastating.. While this person didn't have any KD LP. the next one is in 2018.. compulsive gamblers. Through time.. Once again I've highlighted all these for your own awareness. Find out how many KD PY you have within any nine year period.

A reminder on using the new updated 24 hour time notation The most important update in version 2 of this ebook is the acceptance of the 24 hour notation from the standard AM/PM hourly time format……. Of course once your PH changes. “Seems like a number of people have lost in their afternoon & evening games even though they followed their numerology timing carefully.. your PR & PZ will also change at a given time.” Recall the Personal Hour formula is: PH = Personal Day + Hour Of Interest And the new values for the Hour Of Interest are as follows: 1 HRS = 1 2 HRS = 2 3 HRS = 3 4 HRS = 4 5 HRS = 5 6 HRS = 6 7 HRS = 7 8 HRS = 8 9 HRS = 9 10 HRS = 1 11 HRS = 11 12 HRS = 3 13 HRS = 4 14 HRS = 5 15 HRS = 6 16 HRS = 7 17 HRS = 8 18 HRS = 9 19 HRS = 1 20 HRS = 2 21 HRS = 3 22 HRS = 22/4 23 HRS = 5 24 HRS = 6 Just like for ROI & ZOI. So exactly at midnight... and as such our numerology formula must be adapted to suit the majority of the users today. My teachings has so far focused on the old time notation as this has always been practised in the past. After much analysis.. it was found that this could be attributed to them thinking in 24 hour notation instead of the old AM/PM time base. we cannot have HOI=0. So the modification which I'm suggesting is basically affecting the value for PH (Personal Hour) only. HOI = 6 (of a new day). . Perhaps more & more of our western society & all the developed countries are beginning to use the 24 hr notation as the norm..

is your PR (Personal Minute)= PH + Minute in question? You seem to be thinking ahead of my lesson . nobody but yourself selected your own birth date. Have you heard of the phrase "Time is your best friend" or "Time heals the wound"? Well through this numerology working hopefully you're getting to understand time from a more enlightened perspective. it becomes a problem when the time is on the hour (i. Everything happens for a reason. Well are you sure it's only for gamblers alone? The scope is much wider. you might assume that 1:60pm is more correct since 60 minutes will carry forward to the next hour to make 2pm. What happens within the next minute. You've been shown before that the range of reduced single digits are from 1 to 9 and there are no zeros. This is one of the laws of numerology that zero could mean everything or nothing. if they indeed are different. If you want to find out more. okay? Personal Minute (PR) calculation In order to calculate PR. it is probably good. As you know there are 60 minutes in one hour. 100. If I wait for a good PM. etc) but it cannot be alone. PD. hour or day when you cross over one or two more KDs or their similar base number? So a KD year is still a KD year. the input required are the full name of the two football clubs.. of certain good hours. I know it looks weird but if you're mathematically inclined.yes you can. and ideally of certain good years!(Whew) For better luck . However this is not the case.PH.) Okay the actual formula is: PR = PD + Hour of interest + Minute of interest I will elaborate on the next posting why it's got to be written this way I can see how this would be a very powerful tool for gamblers. in soccer betting. Confused? Let's say the time is 2:00pm. like the difference between a 5 verses a 3 etc.. You said that this is intended for roulette but can you apply the same formula for the stock market or sports betting? When it comes to calculating your luck timing. you need to know the Minute of interest (ROI). Since there can be 60 different representation of minutes.e when the minute has a value of 0). Looks like I should go play on the seventh for a bit. we must assign a non-zero value to the minute when the time is on the hour. But. that you post a type of glossary for the good and bad numbers. numerology 60 is assigned to 0..think again! You can only gamble on certain good minutes. While we can accept the minute to be of any value between 1 and 59. within the KD PY. To alleviate this problem. Sports betting & stock market are external games. According to the study of numerology. because you're unable to control or manipulate time.yes! Just think how much money we would all save by limiting ourselves to this! Or I can put the question in another way: "Just imagine how much the casino industry will loose out if every player limits their playing only to their luckiest periods?" Might sometime in future.Sorry one more question. ok? . If I have a KD PY. You can still apply numerology but you will use different formulas. So. Its corresponding numerology time is 2:60pm. of certain good days. it is in theory not a good year. I'm not in favour of teaching people external games formulas so I will end that discussion here. For example. the date & local time of match. Ensure that you don't bring too much money there. good PMs & PDs will make things brighter but they cannot sustain long... Zero can co-exist with other numbers (in the case of 10. or is it just not quite as bad? Within a dark KD year. Play a bit. table games like roulette will be easier because it's defined as an internal game. So for our numerology calculation 2:60pm represents as 2pm. of certain good months. seek the higher truth yourself as I'm not here to argue with anyone. It's a very long story but I don't want to go into a debate on this.

. both answers will produce different results... PR = (PD + Hour of interest) + Minute of interest = 11 + 2 + 1 = 14/5 (a KD) Although we know that PH = (PD + Hour of interest).Minute-MOI conversion: 00 => 60 => 6 01 => 1 02 => 2 03 => 3 04 => 4 05 => 5 06 => 6 07 => 7 08 => 8 09 => 9 10 => 1 + 0 => 1 11 => 11/2 12 => 1 + 2 => 3 13 => 13/4 14 => 14/5 15 => 1 + 5 => 6 16 => 16/7 17 => 1 + 7 => 8 18 => 1 + 8 => 9 19 => 19/1 20 => 2 + 0 => 2 21 => 2 + 1 => 3 22 => 22/4 23 => 2 + 3 => 5 24 => 2 + 4 => 6 25 => 2 + 5 => 7 26 => 2 + 6 => 8 27 => 2 + 7 => 9 28 => 2 + 8 => 10 => 1 29 => 2 + 9 => 11/2 30 => 3 31 => 4 32 => 5 33 => 33/6 34 => 7 35 => 8 36 => 9 37 => 1 38 => 11/2 39 => 3 40 => 4 41 => 5 42 => 6 43 => 7 44 => 44/8 45 => 9 46 => 1 47 => 11/2 48 => 3 49 => 13/4 50 => 5 51 => 6 52 => 7 53 => 8 54 => 9 55 => 55/1 56 => 11/2 57 => 3 58 => 13/4 59 => 14/5 Let's work out the value of PR at 2:10pm if PD=11/2. when you want the ball to land within your 60 seconds. That is why I suggest you stick to the smallest time scale of PH to play roulette comfortably.it shows the inner beauty of the mind on numbers.. To prove this: PH = 11 + 2 = 13/4 PR = 4 + 1 = 5 (non KD) Because of the way we add & reduce the numbers in numerology.. baccarat is an internal game. Can I apply the same formula for Baccarat ? As baccarat is also a table game ? Of course.and not PD = PM + Date of interest The use of PR is very limited on roulette because the one minute window of opportunity doesn't give much time to play more than 1 spin. Furthermore there are too many constraints in a game which may delay the dealer from spinning the wheel. 2) This roulette forum has the widest audience than the other forums in GG. . .. Likewise PD = (PY + Month of interest) + Date of interest. This makes it impossible to use PR on almost all systems which requires multiple series of betting.. we cannot substitute this PH formula into the above formula to become PR = (PH) + Minute in interest. Two reasons why I choose to post on this roulette forum instead of the other section: 1) I love to study all human-made roulette systems .. There is in fact a much smaller Personal element called PZ or Personal Second but this is virtually unusable for roulette so I will not cover it here....

PY=6 -------> Good PM=5 -------> Neutral PD=6 -------> Good PH=1 ----. Remember: Always neutralise KD & MN first.. And then what's left are 4 & 22/4. The left over MN gets excited & the Bad 4 becomes neutral..Good PR=88/7 ----> Neutral (!!!!) . The correct order is one KD & one MN both neutralise each other first. You will only find them on the smallest Personal elements such as PR. all three base numbers excite the same MN thrice. PY=9 -------> Bad PM=33/6 ----> Excited x2 PD=6 -------> Neutral PH=33/6 ----> Neutral The one base number above can only excite ONE Master Number even through there are two MNs. PZ. Next I will deal with higher (complex) Master Numbers: 77 & 88.. Watch this space! Both 77 & 88 are Master Numbers of special case.it is written as 88/7 On their negative side: 77 becomes 77/14 (KD) when there is another 14/5 88 becomes 88/16 (KD) when there is another 16/7 The supporting examples. The reason being that they exist as MN as well as KD. The remaining MN will also excite the same MN the second time. PY=9 -------> Bad PM=33/6 ----> Excited x1 PD=7 -------> Bad PH=33/6 ----> Neutral In dual MN cases with similar base number (as you see above).it is written as 77/5 Any 7's will excite the 88 .PY=5 -------> Good PM=13/4 ----> Neutral PD=22/4 ----> Neutral PH=22/4 ----> Bad PY=4 -------> Neutral PM=13/4 ----> Neutral PD=22/4 ----> Neutral PH=22/4 ----> Excited x1 This last example is a classic one.Good PR=77/5 ----> Excited x1 PY=16/7 ----> V Bad PM=5 -------> Good PD=6 -------> Good PH=1 ----. Just imagine the PH as being a simple "6" from the beginning..Good PR=88/7 ----> V Bad (!!!!) PY=16/7 ----> Neutral (!!!!) PM=7 -------> Neutral (!!!!) PD=6 -------> Good PH=1 ----. one will act as an exciter for the the other one.. So they are written as [77/14/5] and [88/16/7]. PY=6 -------> Neutral PM=33/6 ----> Excited x3 PD=6 -------> Neutral PH=6 -------> Neutral In this example above. etc. On the positive aspect: Any 5's will excite the 77 .

. Do get this right before playing with real money! PD for Nov. On Nov 5 PD = 14/5 + 5 = 10 0r 19/1? Again I have stressed this before & I will repeat the correct formula here: PD = PY + Month of interest + Day of interest PD = 3 + 11 + 22 = 36 = 3 + 6 = 9 (PD is not PM + Day of interest) Although both our answers were identical. Can they apply to PD and PR? Yes.. . Only the double digits of a Master Number are used for ALL calculation. I think I need a little more definition to calculating. PD = 3 + 11 + 19 = 3 + 11 + 1 = 15 = 1 + 5 = 6 In the Advance Numerology. But. you mentioned high MN's for PY and PM. My PY=3 Nov=11 or 11/2 MN PY + 11=PM 3+11= 14/5 KD Nov = 11/2 (this is the correct way to represent Nov) PM = 3 + 11 (we use the double digits in calculation) = 14/5 (we write the KD this way since this is the final answer) PD for Nov 22 14/5 + 22/4 = 14+22=36=9 I realize that using 4 instead of 22 will give the same result. For KD. I am a bit confused. PD = 22 + 11 + 22 = 55/1 Likewise the highest value for PR is 88/16/7 on certain timing period. during calculation you can reduce everything except for MNs. you will end up with two neutral numbers. I want to prove the importance of this: Try to work out the PD for Nov 8th with both formulas. refer to the MN Limitation Table below: PY = 11/2 22/4 [33/6] [44/8] [55/1] PM = 11/2 [22/4] [33/6] PD = 11/2 22/4 [33/6] [44/8] [55/1] PH = 11/2 [22/4] [33/6] PR = 11/2 22/4 33/6 44/8 55/1 [66/3] [77/14/5] [88/16/7] The highest final result of PD is 55. Here I already explained that you can easily assume 1 unit of Excited MN = 1 Good number. We need to compare apples to apples here. 19 14/5PM + 19 0r 19/1 or (19 reduced=1)= 33/6 or (14/5 + 1)= 6 So you can reduce the day? Yes. then you will end up with an excited MN and a Neutral number. better than a straight good number? Is PM a KD or a similar base number to the MN? If a MN and a KD are neutralised. I thought you use the first number for calculating using a KD. A Straight good number is always better than one neutral number but you can't compare it with two neutral numbers. PD=8 PH= 1 13th minute of the hour=13/4 8 + 1 + 13/4 = 22/4 and not further reduced? to 11/2 Your Minute of Interest 13/4 should be reduced to 4 when adding.. Or using the 5 of the KD. How is this possible? Proof: Let's try PY = 22/4 & the date of interest is Nov 22nd. PR = PD + Hour of concern + Minute of concern = 8 + 1 + 4 = 13/4 Is MN that can cancel a PM. You will come out with two different answers: One a MN & the other a KD!!!! So please don't take short cuts in the calculation. we reduce them to a single digit in ANY calculation. If your PM is similar base number to the MN.Maybe I was calculating wrong.