Chaldean Numerology

Chaldean is the collective reference to the legends and lore from Babylon, Assyria and Sumer. The 11th dynasty of Babylon [626 BC–539 BC] is known as the Chaldean Dynasty.

Numbers are part of our existence and define our lives, even though most people are not aware of their importance or that we use numbers consciously and unconsciously.

Chaldean numerology uses the numbers 1 through 8. The number 9 is considered holy and kept separate from the main system. The number 9 is used only when the total letters of the name add up to 9. Letters are assigned to numbers based on their sound or vibration.

1 = A, I, J, Q, Y
2 = B, K, R
3 = C, G, L, S
4 = D, M, T
5 = E, H, N, X
6 = U, V, W
7 = O, Z
8 = F, P

Using my Christian name only my Compound Name Number – Totals = ?? [private]

According to Chaldean numerology, my name number is 2. The number 2 is ruled by the Moon.

When using this system you should use your whole name. Examples are James and not Jim, Alexander not Alex. To get your name number, simply add the numbers together, for instance: if you get a number of 16 you will add 1+6 together to make a total of 7.


C A R LC = 3 , A = 1, R = 2, L = 3

3+1+2+3 added together = 9 [The number 9 is ruled by Mars]

It’s very complex and not for those who don’t have the patience to work with it. This page is simply a brief guide and introduction