Life Path Number.

I’ve known about this about two years ago from an episode of The Tyra Banks Show, Numerology of Glynis.

Let’s start. 

You count all the numbers in your birthday, for example:

1 + 2 + 2 + 5 +  1 + 9 + 9 + 6 = 35 (since the numbering is only up to 9)
3 + 5 = 8

If it turns out 10, 1+0 = 1, gets?

Well, my life path number is 4.

“FOURS seek security. Home is their haven. They are usually very cerebral and need to find ways to relax their minds. Like NIKE, "Just Do It.” Otherwise, great ideas live and die in their heads.The 4s like to be organized and to put things back in their “ proper place”. If their home environment appears sloppy and unkempt , that is a sign that the 4 Life Path person is not doing well "

HAHA. lol, that’s not me. :))

And if it sounds inaccurate, you gotta add the Attitude number. Just add the month and day

1+0=1 <– This is your Attitude number.

Mine is “The 1 Attitude: This is someone who doesn’t like to ask for help. They are completely self-motivated. They usually have issues with their self- esteem: they just don’t think they’re good enough. That’s why they need praise from others. If you believe in them, then there’s nothing they can’t achieve; if you don’t, they rebel.”

The weird part is, it is very different from the attributes of an Aries. 

Not sure if this shit is the real or not. Whatevs.

Rebutting "Healing by the Numbers," or Shooting Fish in a Barrel

If there’s anything that should be obviously, uncontroversially bunk, it’s numerology, right? But here’s an article from Dr. Oz’s website called “Healing by the Numbers” in which numerologist Glynis McCants gives medical advice based on your “Life Path Number,” derived by adding up the digits of your birthdate. “Since the dawn of human history,” McCants writes, “numbers have been a source of information about people and the world around them.” It’s true that people have been doing baseless magic with numbers for almost as long as we’ve been counting things, but so what? Her implication here–that numerology is valid because it is ancient–is a logical fallacy known as the “argument from antiquity.” Considering how many other things our ancestors got amazingly wrong, why should we trust their judgement here? Still, let’s read the rest of her article–there might really be something to it! (But probably not.)

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My Attitude Number

The 7 Attitude. You don’t get to know what they’re thinking or feeling. They keep to themselves and are introspective. They must continue studying the quest of why they are here: The 7 Attitude asks the big questions.
    They will reveal themselves slowly as they go. They can shut down and make you feel they are not remotely interested in what you are saying, but the joke is on you because they are the ultimate observers. They don’t miss anything.