Name Numerology
I Am All 8

As per my name numerology details, my birth date is 17/11/1978 =8, i got married on the 8th, my home number adds up to number 8 but my name number is 3.

I don't think I am unlucky but I agree that I have to work extra hard to succeed. I also have another home that adds up to number 6.

I would like to ask should I change my name to add to 5 and move to my other house? Your response will be appreciated.

Reply by Kannan M

I am happy to note that you have live so long safe and sound. But it may be due to you past karma which protects you like an armor.

When the past good karma is exhausted, Saturn will strike invariably and unfailingly. That is the rule in name numerology.

Many young business tycoons and princes of mighty kings die in plane crashes due to the effect of 8 and Saturn when they are still young or in the middle age when there is so much left to enjoy.

The numerology of 8 & 8 is safe only for hermits, sannyasins and one who lives in Himalayas rolling glass beads doing meditation.

Do not press your luck too far. Correct your name as per numerology while there is still time and be worry free for the rest of your life.

You can overcome bad luck and achieve good luck only if you correct your name as per name numerology, astrology, and bioenergetics. Do this by visiting the contact page in this web site.

And one last request. Please, please, please, do not use writing short cuts like i for I, plz for please, u for you, ur for your, and Im for I am. I do not have the time to correct all your mistakes.

And when you begin a sentence or a proper name, kindly begin with the Capital letter. Do your full stops in the correct places. It will help me to answer your name numerology questions better.

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