The Amazing Name Numerology Calculator - Verbose Instructions


Name Numerology Calculator - 1.1
(limit 4 names or initials totaling no more than 99 characters)
American English Alphabet Version



Enter your name, with buttons. Be sure to use both capital letter buttons and lower case buttons as appropriate.

If your name starts with capitalized initials (like C.W. Moss) put each initialized capital letter on its own line and continue.

If you have a name with more than one capitalized letter (like Ian McDonald), split the two capitalized parts of the name onto two separate lines (meaning: "Mc" on one line and "Donald" on the next line).

If you have a name with a "de la" or "van der" that is not capitalized, you can enter them together on one line with no spaces, or one on each line.

Women should use their maiden names, unless they have been using their married name for maybe 20 years or so. Even then... you might want to compare married and maiden name results.

It's usually best if you use your full name, except...unlike many forms of name numerology that ask for your full birth certificate name, this method askes you to use your familiar name; meaning... the one you have heard resonating in your head for the longest number of years (preferably your younger formative years). For example: you might enter the familiar name of Bob Smith instead of the formal birth certificate name of Robert Francis Smith. In other words, use the name that you would use when introducing yourself to someone informally, like at a friendly party, where you might say "Hi, I'm Bob Smith" and not "Hi, I'm Robert Francis Smith." Use your full name, but use the name that is most often the real common everyday "you" not the formal birth certificate version that hardly ever gets used.

No guarantees on names translated from languages not using American English alphabet of 26 characters.



RULE #2: Not EVERYTHING you read is meant just for you!

RULE #3: Know the POSITIONS of the diagram!

RULE #4: There are SIX different ways to view the diagram, use them ALL!

RULE #5: DON'T BE LITERAL! Interpret. Look for the ESSENCE of the number. Look for NUANCE in behavior and character.

RULE #6: DON'T DWELL ON THE BAD! There are two sides to EVERY coin. Examine them both. Compare and contrast.

RULE #7: ASK A FRIEND. Accuracy is dependent upon HONEST self-awareness. How well do you really know yourself?


RULE #9: READ the rest of these instructions if you really want to know what's what.


Additional information:

Your WEAR your name.

The alphabet is a CYCLE.

EACH NUMBER has a MULTITUDE of possibilities. People with the same numbers can seem different. Grasp the ESSENCE!

TWO kinds of bad - low self esteem bad and evil bad. Look for both.

This system CANNOT tell if you are good or evil. It can only describe what form your good or evil takes.

ONE (sometimes two) of the three inner numbers is usually dominant. Could be ANY one! The other is usually weak.

Look for DICHOTOMIES. Absent minded professor, shy actor, Jekyll and Hyde, coward pretending to be a tough guy. Two sides to EVERY number.

OVERCOMPENSATION of a weakness can change it to a strength (dominant number). Flip the diagram. Use ALL 6 ways!

DOUBLE numbers in Sun and Moon or Face and Back positions create duel reading. Use the All Good and All Bad views. And flip.

CONJUGATE! Turn a noun into an adjective. Turn a verb into a noun. Don't dismiss the accuracy of this system because you don't find the EXACT word you would use to describe someone staring back at you! Be FLEXIBLE! Grasp the ESSENCE. DON'T BE LITERAL!! And then email me any words that don't show up.

INVERSION RULE says: Not EVERYONE with a particular number will have those characteristics. And not EVERYONE with those characteristics will have that number. It's about STATISTICAL PROBABILITY, meaning - A LOT of people with that number will have those characteristics. You may be one. You may not. Grasp the ESSENCE!

Finally, OBSERVE. Look beyond the surface of why people think they do what they do. Once linked to this diagram, interactions between impulses from within and motivations from without can be understood much more clearly!



First of all, this system is not intended to be the "be-all end-all" of who you are. Many other influences shape you and your personality. So does your name. The theory here is that you "wear" your name, just like you wear your clothes. The only difference being that in most cases, your parents chose your name for you. So... during your formative years, you had to learn what it takes to become the person who "wears" that particular name... in order to grow into that name as you would grow into clothes that represent a certain type of person.

In addition to growing into your name, your name also resonates in your mind - like music... whether you realize it or not, or whether you like your name or not. Just like the three notes of the NBC television logo, or the four notes of the Intel logo, if you change one note of your name, it is no longer true and no longer you - the resonance will be all wrong. And just like the note of Pavlov's bell, you respond to the sound of your name as an identifier of you. Thus, it shapes your behavior.

The final piece to the puzzle is the idea that the American English alphabet of 26 letters is also a name of sorts... to all those who use it in their daily lives. To those who use it, the American English alphabet is a finite never changing address of letters that is an intimate part of our lives. Like the 88 never changing keys on a piano, each of these 26 letters plays a part in crafting the musical signature of our names. Each letter then resonates in our Universal Consciousness even without the "alphabet song" to give it musical form. In other words... our alphabet is not just a jumble of meaningless letters, it has a rhythm and form all its own, just like each of our names.

To most people, humans appear to be a jumbled mass of indiscriminate chaotic thoughts, feelings, emotions and impulses. This system attempts to sort things out by focusing on the personality traits that you use most often. Fact is, we all experience every aspect of every number at one time or another. What this system tries to do is identify the qualities and characteristics that you keep coming back to as means of expressing yourself. Each number represents a statistical probability of who you might be at any moment in time... not a finite, cast in stone, straight jacket of who you must be all the time.



The diagram of numbers found in the Name Numerology Calculator represents you. It is, in essence, a polar view of you, looking straight down on you from above. At the top of the diagram is a placeholder waiting to receive a number that will represent things that are considered to be out in front of you. This is called the Sun number, because it represents things that are clearly visible in the light of day or conscious thought. Below the Sun number there is another placeholder waiting to receive a number that will represent your Face as it looks out at the Sun number. In common psychological terminology this would represent your Persona - the mask you wear for other people to see, or maybe your Ego. Below the Face number is another placeholder waiting to receive a number that will represent your Head. In common psychological terminology, the Head number would represent the Ego and the Alter-Ego, or maybe the moralistic Superego. Below the Head number is another placeholder waiting to receive a number that will represent your Back or the Back of you head. In common psychological terminology, the Back number would represent your Shadow... the side of yourself that remains hidden and/or underdeveloped, or maybe your Id. Finally, at the bottom of the diagram is a placeholder waiting to receive a number that will represent things outside of you but not visible, because they are behind you or representing the unconscious. Taken all together, the three inner numbers would represent the common psychological concept of the Self. Taken in total, all the numbers together would represent the common psychological concept of the Psyche. Additionally, the Moon number would represent things that come to us from our collective unconscious, while the Sun number would represent things that bump into us from our collective conscious, or... socially constructed reality that we believe to be out there.

The Name Numerology diagram is like a ship in the ocean. The Head number is the captain with his morals, and ethics. The Face and Back numbers are like the ship itself, describing strengths and weaknesses, and the actions and reaction of behavior. The Sun and Moon positions are like the ocean the ship is moving within, the environment as defined by other people, places and things. So the three inner numbers define the personality, and the two outer numbers define the outside hopes and fears. If one were to apply popular terminology from the world of psychology, then I suppose the Face number would represent our Persona, or Ego. While the Back number would represent our Shadow, or Id. The Head number would then represent our Ego and Alter-Ego, or moralistic Superego. The three inner positions together would represent the Self, while all the positions together would represent the entirety of our Psyche. Additionally, the Moon number would represent things that come to us from our collective unconscious, while the Sun number would represent things that bump into us from our collective conscious, or... socially constructed reality that we believe to be out there.

For those who do not believe in the idea that a name has any kind of resonance, or that the way that name is being calculated here produces any such outcome... this Name Numerology diagram can still, in theory, be filled in manually, after years of psychotherapy to determine the nature of someone's persona, ego, shadow etc. For those who do believe in the possibility of a name producing a particular outcome, based on the calculations given here, this diagram can be a big help in figuring out what makes people tick. Once this diagram is filled in - whether manually with therapy or automatically with a name - it can be utilized in several ways. For those who allow the concepts of "Good" and "Bad" to enter their lives, you can, if you so desire, interpret all of the numbers as good, or all of them as bad. In either case, such an approach would cause the top two numbers be seen as a representation of the "active/conscious" side of things, while the bottom two numbers would represent the "passive/unconscious" side of things. Alternatively... you could also interpret each top and bottom number as either good or bad, in which case the top two numbers would describe nourishing things and personal strengths while the bottom two numbers would represent detrimental things and personal weaknesses. Things get tricky though when you are discussing the bad side of things. You need to keep in mind the difference between "bad for you" and "bad for others" or... low self esteem that is destructive to you vs. evil, mean, and nasty behavior that is destructive to others. In the interpretation pages that are to be found elsewhere on this site, possible outcomes for both kinds of "bad" are offered.

At the same time... one should also remember that nothing is set in stone, everything is open to interpretation. Not every word that is offered in the interpretation pages is intended to describe you and only you. Each number has a multitude of possibilities, while still staying true to the archetypal essence of that particular number. To go back to the clothing analogy used above, each number is like a closet full of clothes. You may only be pulling from a small portion of that closet to reveal your attachment to a particular number. Someone with the same number might be pulling from the other end of the same closet. Both of you will be true to the essence of that number while revealing characteristics that, to the uneducated eye, may seem completely different. Your job in reading these interpretations is to grasp the archetypal essence of each number and see how your behavior can be categorized, segmented and organized into this diagram. Once you have done that, you can begin to self-analyse motivations, reactions and behaviors in a more organized, less chaotic way... and understand yourself and others better.

But... you should also keep in mind that.... as useful at this system of analysis is, it does not make people any less complex. People will always remain a jumbled mass of indiscriminate chaotic thoughts, feelings, emotions and impulses. Even within permutations of this diagram there are multiple opportunities for numbers to mix together and create hybrid outcomes of thought, feeling, emotion and impulse. These combinations are numerous, but... with a sensitive eye, an observant reader will be able to see how each number contributes its influence to that mixture. It should be noted though, that some people will not want to sort things out this way, and will view any kind of segmenting of life into analysis as unenlightened... preferring instead to just feel their feelings and know their emotions. But for those who feel that psychoanalysis has a purpose, the segmenting analysis of the Name Numerology diagram might help.



In the description just outlined above, an important point was brought up that everyone needs to address for themselves... the question of whether there is any such thing as "Good" and "Bad" in this world, or in the personality of people. In the interpretation pages of this site, the ideas of good and bad are replaced with the less sever terminology of Extreme and Moderate. But... in spite of that, lots and lots of people continue to view the events of their lives and behaviors of others as either good or bad (see the essay Good and Bad, Right and Wrong, Smile and Frown elsewhere on this site). For those who accept the idea of things being good or bad, relative to that of life itself within an infinite moment of being, there is an important limitation of this Name Numerology system to point out. One of the more important limitations of this system is that it cannot tell you, just by the numbers alone, if the person you are discussing is inherently good or inherently evil - if indeed there is such a thing. All this system can do is tell you what kind of good or what kind of evil a person might have - either inherently or at any given moment in time. Ultimately we are all good and evil at different times, which is why this system is equipped to describe both sides of our personality - our persona and our shadow.

As you look for yourself or others in these numbers, you should look for dichotomies in character that will reveal the binary nature of all numbers, like... the absentminded professor who is both a knowledgeable professor or genius, and a confused idiot at the same time. Or... the uninhibited actor who can play any role but himself, leaving him too shy to appear on the Tonight Show where he might be forced to reveal his true identity. Or... the tough guy who is only tough because he doesn't want to reveal how afraid he really is. Or... the sensitive musician, whose rough an unrefined external appearance may belie is light and sensitive touch. Or, the ever popular Beauty and the Beast, or Jekyll and Hyde, or werewolf. These examples are not of two completely different people! These dichotomies actually represent two sides of the same number! In the last examples, the dichotomy of sensitivity vs. insensitivity were at play. Whether to be a refined, sensitive, cultured being or a wild, violent, rough and ugly animal. Believe it or not... the essence of each half of a dichotomy is the same. Thus it is always best to look for the archetypal essence, and not get stuck on the literal.

Another thing to look for is people who overcompensate for a weakness. People's "perceived weaknesses" often become their strengths when they overcompensate for their feelings of inadequacy. Try flipping the diagram over to see what that "weak" Back position number would be as a strength. Sometimes sever trauma or extreme right brainedness, or even left handedness can cause the whole diagram to be flipped, so don't be afraid to flip it! Sometimes, if a person is denied all opportunities to pursue what would normally be considered their most active interest (from their Sun number), they will fall back on what is normally considered their passive interest (from their Moon number). This may also cause them to develop what is normally considered their week side (from their Back number) into their strong side (their Face number). So if things sound 180 degrees wrong, flip the diagram over!

Another reason to flip the diagram over is when you have someone with the same number in both the Sun and Moon positions, or both the Face and Back positions. People with these formations tend to draw from both sides of the diagram equally. In one instance outside interests and fears (Sun and Moon being the same) might lead to reactions from both inner numbers simultaneously. Or... a two sided personality (Face and Back being the same) will be seen as facing in two directions at once. Thus, it might be best to read these types of names with the All Good or All Bad options.

The last thing to remember is that each number represents a certain degree of statistical probability of how you might behave, not a hard and fast rule. That means, for example: that not everyone with a 4 or 6 will be a smoker, and not all smokers will have a 4 or 6. It does however mean that years of observation have shown that... statistically speaking, many people with a 4 or 6 smoke, and many smokers have a 4 or 6 in their name. This is called the inversion rule. Keep it in mind when you don't get the results you expected, because, you might be an exception.



Each number is divided into four parts. There is the good or moderate positive, the bad or extreme positive, the good or moderate negative and the bad or extreme negative. By dividing the archetypal essence of each number into varying degrees of moderate and extreme (whether we choose to associate the concepts of good and bad to those degrees or not) we develop a spectrum of possible influence for each number (see the essay A Spectrum of Possibilities elsewhere on this site). However, due to serious limitations with the English language you may find the number of keywords offered for some of these categories to be scant, compared to others. The way to deal with this lack of descriptive analysis is to look at the interpretations given, and then adjust in your mind to greater or less sever interpretations. By that I mean, look at the bad and mitigate, or look at the good and exaggerate. A bad or extreme positive interpretation will usually refer to some kind of excess, or too much of a good thing. While a good or moderate negative will usually refer to some kind of character building strife, or less sever example of the same concept, like... the difference between "being lazy" (which many would consider bad) versus "taking a break" (which many would consider to be an acceptable example of the same concept of not working). This is the kind of subtlety and nuance you need to tune into and observe in the descriptive keywords offered around this site. So be flexible, but focused.

As stated above, you may also need to CONJUGATE! So as to not be so redundant, I sometimes only enter a word in the interpretation pages one way. Thus... YOU need to then turn a noun into an adjective, or a verb into a noun. Don't dismiss the accuracy of this system just because you don't find the EXACT word you would use to describe someone staring right back at you! Be FLEXIBLE! Grasp the archetypal ESSENCE and then email me any words that don't show up.

Another important limitation, or special consideration, is how you interpret the number 9. Two important concepts for a 9 are totality vs. nothingness, or... a totality of everything vs. a totality of nothing. Expressing the "everythingness" of a 9 in a personality is not hard, they are usually very chameleon-like - as in all things to all people. But expressing the "nothingness" side in a personality is sometime a bit trickier. Because a negative 9 represents "nothingness" or the vacuum of space, you may in fact find people with a negative 9 in their Face of Back position drawing in, like a vacuum, the characteristics of the nearest Sun or Moon number as their Face or Back number character. This is an acceptable alteration. Read that Sun or Moon number both ways and see what you get.

Another important concept to keep in mind (which will be understood by anyone who has read my book All Things Are Numbers elsewhere on this site) is that each number offered has an equidistant opposite on the number line (i.e. 1 & 9, 2 & 8, 3 & 7, 4 & 6). This means that... until you get real deep into your analysis, you might be able to find some more clues to figuring out the essence of any particular number by looking at the equidistant opposite of the number in question. Unfortunately, I did not make a button that would automatically switch the numbers for you. So what you have to do, to get these clues, is do numbers for other people until you find someone with the opposite number you need!

Finally, you should be aware of one more important concept. Within the realm of psychoanalysis being depicted by the Name Numerology diagram, there are in fact two distinct ways in which people tent to associate themselves with other people places and things. One way people tend to associate is by symbiosis... which means that they like or don't like a person, place or thing, because it gives or takes from them what they need. For these types of relationships you would look to the Sun or Moon numbers to see what it is they want or need. The other way people tend to associate to other people, places or things is by complementary identification... which means they like or don't like a person, place or thing because they see themselves in it. People in this state are usually interested in learning from the other what it is to be whatever number they both have in common. One completes the other's paint by number set! For these types of relationships you would look to the Face, Head or Back number to see what number it is that they are about.

So when you attempt to identify a person's occupation, you need to consider, for example: the difference between love of art, and art appreciation (Sun or Moon) vs. having the soul of an artist (Face, Head, Back). Both conditions might lead a person into a career in art, but for different reasons. You have to realize that in fact anyone can be an artist. Anyone can be a crook. Anyone can become a leader. There isn't one number, and one number only for each and every expression of humankind, just statistical probabilities. There might be some numbers that make a person more suited for a certain occupation than another. That does not mean that ALL people with a 5 in their name must become a writer! Anyone can be a writer. People with 5s might have an advantage though, because of the affinity they will most likely have to language and communication. The art of communication with words and language will be important to them, but having a 5 does not dictate that they must pursue a career in linguistics or communication arts. It only gives you a hint, allowing an educated guess that they might be more inclined than others go that way. Understanding the subtle distinction between these different motivations is yet another way in which you must tune in to the nuance of each person's jumbled mass of hybrid thoughts, feelings, emotions and impulses.

Good luck! And remember, there are no hard and fast rules here. Just read and listen with an opened mind. And remember, the results included within the Name Numerology calculator, and the other pages on this site devoted to describing the various numbers, is but a thimble full of possible interpretations. I have much more...!


TECHNIQUE (for serious users)

The formation of five numbers, seen in the Name Numerology diagram, represents "avenues of expression" that we all use to express ourselves. The numbers held within each position represent the traits that each person comes back to regularly as effective and comfortable means of expression. Because of this, not all numbers in the diagram will be observed as dominant behavior right away. Unusually, only one or two numbers stand out as the dominant characteristic of the person in question. Then, only after additional observation, do we begin to notice how the other numbers come into play. This of course is how people with the same numbers can seem very different to the uneducated eye. Out of the three inner numbers that represent a person's personality or Self, two different people might not be utilizing the same number as their dominant number. And, even if they are, there are so many possibilities for each number that they can both be pulling from the same "wardrobe, closet" and never duplicate each others personality to exact, identical replication. But... to a trained eye, trained to distill common behavior and activities to an essential form in numerology, they will appear very similar.

Because most people like to put their best foot forward, positive numbers are usually the easiest to spot. Usually the Face number comes out first. Because of this, observing the way a person dresses, can be a helpful start to assessing numerical qualities. Taking note of the colors that are chosen, the fit, the style or lack thereof. All these things are obvious clues to a persons personality.

However, in looking for clues to personality, I usually look to the less obvious, less conscious forms of expression, because they usually provide much more insight than the forms of expression that are meant to be seen. But... in the end, I find that it doesn't really matter that much, as all forms of expression seem to have within them some measure of expression that was not intended to be seen. Because of this, I actually view all forms of expression as 'slips of the mind' revealing itself. In the art of name numerology interpretation all of these 'slips of the mind' refer to any form of expression that can be traced to a deeper root cause, or archetypal source - namely, that of a pattern in nature represented by a number along a line (If you don't get my meaning there, you should really read my book). For example, if we encounter someone who collects miniatures (little statuettes), they might explain their reasons for doing so by pointing out the value, the craftsmanship or some such other external rationalization. But, if we do the numbers for that person and find that they have the number 1 somewhere prominent in their name, we might safely conclude that their attraction to miniatures is really nothing more than an expression of their subconscious or unconscious affinity to the diminutive nature of the number 1, and the single point of infinitesimitude that it is known for. Of course trying to convince someone that the reason they collect miniatures is not because of value or craftsmanship but because they possess the number one in their numerology, would be ridiculous. But by observing such passion in an individual, and calculating the numbers to find a possible culprit, we can then conclude that this person is in fact greatly affected by the number 1, and in knowing this we could then make additional guesses as to what other forms of expression that person might find satisfying. Then, knowing that person to be a number 1, we could predict other forms of behavior not yet seen.

Conceptual Art / The Waking Dream: In the example just given of collecting miniatures, the subjects passion or empathy for smallness became obvious, and connections to the number 1 were easy to make. This is because miniatures are miniature, and their smallness can be viewed as a unique attraction. However there are times when passion for a particular vein of expression is just as strong, but not so readily displayed. In these cases an educated guess must be made with less obvious evidence. You may, at times, find yourself looking at dissimilar possessions of a personality, but if you see an underlying theme to it all, you may have the evidence you need to conclude numerical influence. The person in question might not be collecting miniatures per se (as in little ceramic statuettes), but after looking around their home, you might find that a lot of the brick-a-brack they have, reflects a singular theme. You may even find that they don't really collect anything, but that they have a passion for one particular, specific possession that would carry with it a symbolic meaning that could be traced to a particular number, i.e. a "favorite" of something. The point is, that in name numerology, everything we say or do has meaning whether we intend it to or not (not exactly a new idea, but one we can use). The job of a name numerologist then is to become a conceptual artist of sorts, and look for the unintended meaning, as well as the intended meaning of everything a person says or does, i.e. the elements of 'The Waking Dream.' Then, when a common thread is found, connections to numerology can be made. The key to successful name numerology then is to filter out the expressions that represent the highs and lows of probability, and zero in on the forms of expression that repeat regularly with a common message.

Tricks of the Trade: One way of determining a personality is to get the subject on a psychiatrist's couch and have them ramble on about anything and everything while taking notes. Another way is to discretely interview them at a social gathering of some kind. Personally though, I think the best way to determine personality is to passively observe the 'slips of their mind' that we see in their everyday actions - the unintended, "conceptual art" of life and the waking dream. In looking for 'slips of the mind' occasional contact and direct dialogue is o.k., but often times engaging in conversation with someone, will inhibit your ability to freely associate the messages they are conveying to patterns in nature. As a result I often spend more time listening than talking. As a hobby, I like to watch a lot of talk shows on television, and wait for someone to get really passionate about something in their life so I can guess what number they are expressing, and from what position it is being expressed. Then I do the calculations to see if I am correct and thereby learn more about that number. When I am at a gathering of some kind and 'discretely interviewing', I like to find out things like what movies a person remembers best, and what lines of dialogue they remember and why. If all the movies they mention have a common theme, then I have to figure out how that translates to a number in numerology. For example, if all the movies they describe are horror type movies with excessive violence with graphic blood and guts, I might conclude the influence of the numbers 3 or 7- but in what position? On the other hand, if all the movies they mention have travel and adventure as a common theme then I might conclude the influence of the number 5. In a passive mode, I like to observe what a person wears on a T-shirt or button, or some such item. Also a quick look around in their place of employment, or home, will reveal a lot, as you can observe what kinds of images they put on their walls (photos, paintings and posters, as well as clippings and cartoons), and what kind of brick-a-brack they have on their shelves. As numerology and tarot imagery exercises our ability to understand symbolism, things like posters and cartoons on the refrigerator, become beacons of light that lead directly to the archetypal patterns of our model (If you don't catch my meaning here, you really gotta read my book). Another good thing to do is observe repeating themes in the artwork of an artist while in a gallery.

In observing people to determine personality I find that one good thing about most of these 'clues', is that they can all be observed discretely, without the awareness of the person in question. The other good thing is that because of the theory of 'slips of the mind' and 'the waking dream', most of them are spontaneous, subliminal expressions of personality that ultimately reveal more about a person than any direct interview. However, I am also amazed at how much people will reveal through a straightforward process of interviewing. If possible, it is always best to use both together (see The Vortex of Knowing elsewhere on this site).

In manipulating the name numerology diagram, with its superimposed divisions of yin and yang (i.e. good/bad, weak/strong, active/passive - and whatever else you can think of), many more aspects of its form can be elaborated upon to provide additional insight. I invite you to experiment yourself with name numerology and maybe you will discover some of those idiosyncrasies on your own. Take a few minutes and calculate the numbers for all of your closest friends. I bet a lot of them have numbers in their Sun or Moon position, that would coincide with your Face or Back number as an outside interest of theirs. Then try and figure out what it is about you that makes you that kind of number and you will have a handle on why those people like you - or perhaps figure out why someone else doesn't like you!

The important thing is to keep an open mind and follow a combine the paths of Flexible Association and Focused Imagination (see A Daisy Chain of Meaning elsewhere in this site) from innocent expressions of personality, back to primordial, archetypal patterns in nature.

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