I think it’s important for you to know something about me.
I believe that my numerological life path number is 9. This is based on the numerical month, day and year I was born, using a method I read about once. *
But, what about the time I was born? Shouldn’t that count? If so, would I use military time, or AM/PM? Then there are time zones to consider. What about precision? Could the time just be to the minute, like 9:34? Or should it include seconds? Oh, but that would be silly! How many people track what second they were born? (Seriously. Do you know what second you were born?)
And what about the day of the week? Like, say I was born on a Friday, shouldn’t that matter? Let’s face it, Friday feels different than Monday. It seems as if that should be significant.
But, how would I convert the word “Friday” into a numerologically significant value? Maybe it’s as simple as saying ‘a’ = 1, ‘b’ = 2, and so on?
But, what if I were German? Then, Friday would be Freitag. Maybe the day of the week would have to be in a certain, “official” language for this all to work.
Sooo, to recap. I may have a life path number of 9, or I may not, and I thought it was important for you to know that.
* This method said to calculate the life path number by calculating the sum of the digits in your numerical birth date. For example, a person born on 8/16/1982 would add the digits (8 + 1 + 6 + 1 + 9 + 8 + 2) to get 35. The 35 further reduces by adding the digits 3 + 5 to get a final number of 8. I’ve seen other methods that differ, so the method I describe may not be “correct.” Whatever the final number is has certain meanings, which is kind of the point.
If you want to know what a given number means (or, really, if you want any useful information on numerology), you are in the wrong place. I’m sure Google will point you in more informative directions.