Type any date in the first calculator or number, word or words in the second calculator to find what the vibration it holds in numerology such as your name, your partners name, pets name, city, state you live in or where you are thinking of moving to. Understanding the energy can help you when making decisions such as if the address of the new place is a good fit or what is the best day to apply for a new job or even ask for a raise. You will find some descriptions bellow.

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1: Individuality and independence. As an expression number it suggests self-sufficiency and self-reliance. One is the first number used when counting and therefore it is considered to have great power. Because one signifies the beginning of an enterprise, it is very egocentric and prefers to be the center of attention. One can be happy, loving, romantic, dynamic and charismatic, but on the downside it can be egotistical, selfish and melodramatic.
The ruling body is the Sun

2: Peace, harmony and mediation. As an expression number it suggests diplomacy and an aptitude for teamwork. Two relates to partnerships and interaction with others. Individual achievements are not realistic because accomplishments are best realized through co-operation and teamwork. One-to-one relationships are prominent because it symbolizes two people becoming close through intimate contact. Two is feminine, intuitive, and corresponds with our protective instincts. Negatively, two can be grasping and overprotective.
The ruling body is the Moon

3: Expression and creativity. As an expression number it suggests self-expression through words or the arts. Three relates to expansiveness and learning through life experiences. It is considered to be lucky, and is often associated with money and good fortune. Three generally depicts several people joining together to achieve a common goal, whether through a social or professional affiliation. Three also represents communication of all kinds, expression, drama, acting, and humor. Although three possesses attributes of wisdom, understanding and knowledge, negatively it can exhibit pessimism, foolhardiness and unnecessary risk taking.
The ruling body is Jupiter

4: Practicality, patience and tenacity. As an expression number it suggests organization and hard work. The simplest solid object — a tetrahedron — has four sides; hence four denotes solid matter in general and the Earth in particular. The association with Earth means that four symbolizes being practical and “down-to-earth,” while the fact that four is the first composite number (a number that can be created from multiplying numbers other than itself and 1, ie 2 X 2 = 4.) is linked to the idea of an other-directed, “composite personality” that takes cues from different and often conflicting sources, leading to fiercely independent, “out-of-the-box” thinking.
The ruling body is Uranus

5: Love of freedom and adventure. As an expression number it suggests growth through change and different experiences. Five is a number which represents service to others. It is highly analytical and has the ability to think critically, but can over-ponder an issue to the point that its significance is no longer relevant. This number governs our ability to think clearly and our intellectual capacity. Five represents openness to new experiences as well as new ideas. Seeking freedom, it is often the adventurer. Five is about pushing life to its limits. It is a multifaceted number with links to our state of physical and mental health.
The ruling body is Mercury

6: Responsibility, compassion and care for others. As an expression number it suggests supporting and caring for the most vulnerable. Six relates to tact, beauty and harmony. It is very much a relationship builder which corresponds to one-to-one encounters. It deals with that which we are attracted to and those things we find great pleasure in. Six possesses charm, grace and the ability to make small talk on any stratum, and is therefore much of a diplomat. Six is very nurturing, and is considered the mother/father number. Negatively, six can be unfaithful, jealous, bitter and vengeful. Six can also denote perfectionism, as it is the first “perfect” number (the sum of its divisors, other than itself, is equal to itself, ie 6 X 1 = 6 and 3 X 2 = 6, and 1 + 2 + 3 = 6).
The ruling body is Venus

7: Intellect and an introspective, analytical mind. As an expression number it suggests the need to think deeply and the desire for seclusion. Seven is considered to be a spiritual number because it is illusive and contains veils which must first be uncovered, one after another, before illumination will ultimately be found. Seven is said to be sacred, and this is evidenced by the fact that there are seven days in the week, ancient texts propose that the earth was formed in seven phases, the ancient solar system consisted of seven luminaries, and some versions of the kaballah have seven sephiroth. While seven possesses qualities of dreaminess, spirituality and psychic awareness, negatively it can be dubious, deceptive and insincere.
The ruling body is Neptune

8: Material success, discipline and persistence. As an expression number it suggests business, managerial and financial aptitude. Eight is considered to be the number of karmic influences where we are called upon to pay debts incurred in this and previous lives. It represents hard work and lessons learned through experience, and can therefore be a difficult number for some because of the very restrictiveness of its nature. More than any other number, eight seeks money and material success. However, the hardships eight faces in pursuit of its rewards are extreme. Huge reversals in life are common for the eight.
The ruling body is Saturn

9: Compassion, humanitarianism and impartiality. As an expression number it suggests idealism realized through the need to help others. Nine was considered to be a sacred number by the ancients and was consequently not assigned a numerical equivalent to any letter in the Chaldean alphabet. It represents change, invention and growth which springs forth from inspiration. Nine is the humanitarian.
The ruling body is Mars

0: Powerful number which brings great transformational change, sometimes occurring in a profound manner. It has much intensity, so caution is needed wherever it appears to ensure that extremes are not encountered.

Master Number Meanings

11: Naturally intuitive person who possesses a high level of creativity. 11’s are often very sensitive, but also compelled to become leaders or push themselves towards personal recognition. This duality can sometimes cause conflict in their lives. Although they are very driven to be leaders or ahead of the crowd, they also tend to deal with issues of low self-confidence. For this reason 11’s will either achieve great success or self-destruct they tend to not know grey areas.

22: A very strong master number and speaks of someone who can blend their vision and creativity with the discipline required to manifest their goals. These people are naturally gifted at manifesting and can easily bring their ideas to fruition.

33: Transcendence and enlightenment are the themes of the master number 33. The person with this master number is able to overcome personal desires and goals and work for the good of all beings. The number 33 is considered the master teacher, a great communicator and someone who seeks to help others attain their own personal growth.

44: When you see the number 44 come up in abundance it typically means a period of growth through challenge and you are called to pay attention to how you think about this particular challenge. It can be a little reminder from your source that you need to reassess your attitude and thought patterns to be more proactive and “at cause” instead of merely allowing life to happen to you.

55: When this number comes up a lot it means a period of instability and flux, but one that you are able to master by turning within and seeking your higher wisdom and intuition rather than merely reacting to the events around you. Building a stronger foundation by cultivating self-trust.

66: Transmutation and expanding consciousness. Comes up a lot around Kundalini awakenings or arousal. It speaks of bringing the sacred to the mundane in life – the search for a larger purpose or more meaning to daily life/experiences. Meditation and contemplation.

77: Tapping into universal intelligence and divine wisdom. Rapid awakening, the mystic traveller and seeker. Solitude or turning away from the outer world to establish a deeper connection with one’s inner world and the universe as a whole. Detachment and expanding consciousness.

88: mastery of self-discipline, becoming assertive and challenging authority or established rules, a trail blazer or pioneer. Works well with the Universal Laws and attempts to teach those principles to others.

99: Idealism, sees the “bigger picture” and strives to improve the world or do something positive for his/her fellow humans. Visionaries in their fields of choice. A tendency to be too idealistic which can lead to frustrations and disappointment when others do not live up to their lofty expectations.