The Number 53 Definition and Above

Notice that the Compound numbers end with the number 52. This is the reason given by the ancients. It's somewhat obtuse, but I didn't invent numerology, and since I've tested it, discovered that it works, and that it's a helpful and reliable guide, I don't try to penetrate all the veils of mystery around it. According to the Chaldeans, when you pass the root number 9, you multiply 9 until the Compound number 45 is reached. Then you add the mystical 7 to the 45, producing 52, which represents the 52 weeks in our calendar year. When the 52 is then multiplied by the mystical 7, it produces the number 364, equalling the number of days in a year in ancient times. The Chaldeans used the 365th day of the year as the one great festival holiday (holy day), when no work was allowed to be performed by man, woman, child, or animal. 

You may be thinking that you know as little after reading the foregoing as you did when you started. But there it is, for those who are simultaneously mathematically and spiritually inclined. Whether or not you comprehend the reason for the rule, it must be observed. The Compound numbers stop at 52. All Compound numbers reached through your calculations that are higher than 52 must be added to reach a new Single and/or Compound number. 

For Example: 53 and 63 reduce to the Single numbers 8 and 9 respectively.
Another example: 74 and 87 reduce to the Compound numbers 11 and 15 respectively. So when you're dealing with a name that produces a Compound Key Number past 52, you must use the Single or Compound number it equals when you add the two numbers of the Compound number past 52.

You may need some more examples. If the Compound Key Number of your name is higher than the number 52, you must find a new number as follows:

53 : the Single Key Number 8. No Compound Key Number.
54 : the Single Key Number 9. No Compound Key Number.
55 : the Single Key Number l. The Compound Key Number 10.
56 : the Single Key Number 2. The Compound Key Number ll.

57 : the Single Key Number 3. The Compound Key Number 12.
58 : the Single Key Number 4. The Compound Key Number 13.
59 : the Single Key Number 5. The Compound Key Number l4.
60 : the Single Key Number 6. No Compound Key Number.

and so on...
It's interesting to note that the ancients say: When the Compound Key Number of the name is higher than the number 52 - and will not be added to equal a new Compound Key Number (such as in the above examples of 53 - 54 - and 60) it indicates a person who has paid most of his or her karmic debts, and has less Karma to balance out than the average person. Naturally, this will not hold true when you personally decide to change the spelling of your name yourself; it applies only to a name given to you by destiny, that is: the name your parents bestowed on you, guided by their own Higher Selves. (Compound Numbers represent one's Karma). 

The Compound Key Number of the day of birth, of course, is not involved in this rule, since the highest compound birth number is 31.

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