Debra McDermitt is a professor of World Religions and has been studying numerology for decades. She offers numerology readings and charts.
The Daily Numerology Report
Numbers of Today 3/25/2022:
Major: #7, #16, #25, #34
Minor: 3, 5, 10, 12, 14, 28, 30, 32
Cordelia Coull: Listen for that still small voice of inspiration or spirit as you conserve strength.
Norris: Spirit is strong today and brings with it opportunities and fortune. Youth and being young at heart bring out the gypsy spirit. Watch for where you might have grudges or what you seek in return for wrongdoing. Remember you persevere through any troubles. Be the wanderer and wonderer as you think deeply and take the lead in creative ways. Remember to see the beauty in all creation and that writing your goals and dreams, listening to spirit, helps you know what you are devoted to.
The Number 25!
25 for the Norris system is a rather focused number.
This means that the vibratory meanings are focused on youth and the young with no unique or widely different meanings. The youth vibration, depending on if it is in a DOB, Name, or combo can imply a child is on the way, that there will be children around, that one may be working with youth.
25 brings with it a general ability to work with or around children or at least those younger than the person. If 25 shows in the date of birth, name, or a combination chart then it can include having the traits that would be good for working with youth. These traits will often be enhanced by other numbers incorporating love, compassion, teaching, patience, and similar traits.
Finally, one thing that often comes with being around kids and good with kids is being young at heart and youthful oneself. When we see 25 in the date its vibration can emphasize the need to be youthful to embrace the attitude of being young at heart.
So many numbers? Calculating the major and minor daily numbers.
As we move through the month you may have noticed that the number of minor numbers increases and even the number of major numbers is greater than at the beginning of the month. This happens as we get into the double digits, thus starting back on the 11th.
The minor numbers are added two ways once we are in the double digits. There are two other ways which occur if we use the date system used outside the US where the day comes first then the month, and the year. We start with the major number being 25, the date, then start adding.
For today we add 3+2+5+2+0+2+2. This gives us 3, 5, 10, 12, 14, and 16 which is a major number as it is the total. We do condense that to 7 as another major number.
Then we add 3+25+2+0+2+2. This gives us the 28, 30, 32, and the 34 which is a major number as it is the total.
As a note when we do the birth date chart, we go into further computations adding the numbers backwards. If we start doing a deeper dive into the more subtle vibrations or better understand how a vibratory meaning may shift, we can treat the year of birth as a number and add and even the entire birth year. These numbers tend to give more subtle vibrations however if they are repeated elsewhere in a dob, name, or combo chart the increased vibration can have a greater impact. Sometimes even when a number has fewer meanings like 25 knowing the subtle vibrations helps pinpoint if it is working with youth, having a child, being youthful, someone younger around them, or even in the mix of spiritual numbers that there is a message from their younger self.
I love the complexity of numerology, for me it is an orchestra of vibrations playing together and individually at the same time. The magic if you will is noticing how the smallest instrument impacts the larger, and really just how it all comes together.
Thank you for taking the time to read through Numerology 3/25/2022. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or thoughts.
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