Monthly Archives September 2014

September 29, 2014

I am switching from an Astrology based forecast system to a combination of numerology and Tarot cards to forecast weekly Tarotscopes. I feel, this new system is more personalized than the generic Zodiac Sign forecasts.

I am using “The Personal Year Number” method which is helpful in evaluating the trend of the coming calendar year. For a clue as to what lies ahead in the coming year (or months/weeks):

Calculate your personal year using this formula:

First, reduce the month and day of your birth, your birthday, to a single digit. For example, February 8th, that single digit would be 1 (2+8=10; 1+0=1). If your month and day total comes to 11 or 22, the master numbers, in this instance, reduce the number to 2 and 4, respectively.

Next, reduce the year for which you are making the calculat...

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September 22, 2014

I am switching from an Astrology based forecast system to a combination of numerology and Tarot cards to forecast weekly Tarotscopes. I feel, this new system is more personalized than the generic Zodiac Sign forecasts.

I am using “The Personal Year Number” method which is helpful in evaluating the trend of the coming calendar year. For a clue as to what lies ahead in the coming year (or months/weeks):

Calculate your personal year using this formula:

First, reduce the month and day of your birth, your birthday, to a single digit. For example, February 8th, that single digit would be 1 (2+8=10; 1+0=1). If your month and day total comes to 11 or 22, the master numbers, in this instance, reduce the number to 2 and 4, respectively.

Next, reduce the year for which you are making the calculat...

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September 15, 2014

I am switching from an Astrology based forecast system to a combination of numerology and Tarot cards to forecast weekly Tarotscopes. I feel, this new system is more personalized than the generic Zodiac Sign forecasts.

I am using “The Personal Year Number” method which is helpful in evaluating the trend of the coming calendar year. For a clue as to what lies ahead in the coming year (or months/weeks):

Calculate your personal year using this formula:

First, reduce the month and day of your birth, your birthday, to a single digit. For example, February 8th, that single digit would be 1 (2+8=10; 1+0=1). If your month and day total comes to 11 or 22, the master numbers, in this instance, reduce the number to 2 and 4, respectively.

Next, reduce the year for which you are making the calculat...

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September 8, 2014

I am switching from an Astrology based forecast system to a combination of numerology and Tarot cards to forecast weekly Tarotscopes. I feel, this new system is more personalized than the generic Zodiac Sign forecasts.

I am using “The Personal Year Number” method which is helpful in evaluating the trend of the coming calendar year. For a clue as to what lies ahead in the coming year (or months/weeks):

Calculate your personal year using this formula:

First, reduce the month and day of your birth, your birthday, to a single digit. For example, February 8th, that single digit would be 1 (2+8=10; 1+0=1). If your month and day total comes to 11 or 22, the master numbers, in this instance, reduce the number to 2 and 4, respectively.

Next, reduce the year for which you are making the calculat...

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September 1, 2014

I am switching from an Astrology based forecast system to a combination of numerology and Tarot cards to forecast weekly Tarotscopes. I feel, this new system is more personalized than the generic Zodiac Sign forecasts.

I am using “The Personal Year Number” method which is helpful in evaluating the trend of the coming calendar year. For a clue as to what lies ahead in the coming year (or months/weeks):

Calculate your personal year using this formula:

First, reduce the month and day of your birth, your birthday, to a single digit. For example, February 8th, that single digit would be 1 (2+8=10; 1+0=1). If your month and day total comes to 11 or 22, the master numbers, in this instance, reduce the number to 2 and 4, respectively.

Next, reduce the year for which you are making the calculat...

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