Numerology Fate Prediction – Deriving Your Name’s Number via Transit Letters

Idea of knowing one’s destiny beforehand intrigues many minds. When a Tarot cards reader tells about what the cards reveal in past and future, a person whose fortune is being told becomes anxious, as it makes adrenaline flow through his or her veins. A chance to look closer at one’s destiny is exciting and somewhat frightening. As for numerology, it has a method involving Transit Letters for fate prediction as well.

Determining Your Transit Letters
A person’s Transit Letters held together with Course of Existence and Individual Year numbers give an almost complete overview of what destiny has in store for that person for, say, the next year. People that already accomplished such numerological research on themselves confirm their unbelievable accuracy. It’s like going through Tarot reading, except for that you can make research by yourself.

Transit Letters can be derived of the name assumed to you at birth. You may refer to the birth certificate to recollect the exact full name with all its qualifiers (Jr., II etc.) Take into consideration that every distinct word in your full name serves as an acting Transit Letter. For instance, actress Olivia Wilde’s exact full name reads ‘Olivia Jane Cockburn’, which means her destiny is influenced by three acting Transit Letters. Digging deeper, each distinct name’s part has associated cycle derived by adding numeric values of every name’s letter. The sense of name part’s cycle is that it defines the year count which must pass before that part takes full effect. After the last cycle ends, it is reset to the first part of the name, followed by the second and on.

Olivia Wilde’s Transit Letters
The example examined below will make things comprehendible for you. We’re about to get down to Olivia Wilde’s Transit Letters and determine her current position relative to life cycles. Olivia’s 3-word name makes it clear that three distinct transit letters show influence on her destiny. In numerology studies, any letter can be represented in numeric form corresponding to its ordinal location in the alphabet. Numerological software can be used to decrypt. A letter-to-numeral table can be made on your own if you allocate integers from 1 to 9 to each successor in the alphabet, starting over from number 1 after you’ve assigned number 9:
... C = 3, ... E = 5, ... L = 3, M = 4, N = 5, ... X=6, Y = 7 ...


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