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 BOSNIAN NUMEROLOGY: Numerological card

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PostSubject: BOSNIAN NUMEROLOGY: Numerological card   Mon Aug 17, 2015 5:42 pm

To make a  numerological card of a person, according to Bosnian numerology, it is necessary to know the following data: date of birth, first and last name of the client, name of the father and mother. Let's take this example: Admir Okanović, born 12.3.1987, mother Sibila, father Arman.
Date of birth: 1+2+3+1+9+8+7=31/4
Admir Okanović - 14499 62156493 = number of the name is 27/9, number of last name 36/9
Sibila - 1+9+2+9+3+1 = 25/7. We're counting number 7+9 (last name) = 16/7
797
Arman - 1+9+4+1+5 = 2 = /2. We're counting number 2+9 (last name) = 11/2
292
First row: 3 3 7
Second row: 9 9 9
Third row: 7 9 7
Fourth row: 2 9 2
Fifth row: 4 9 9 (first row is 4, second row is 9 = 13/4. Then, third row is 23/5 and fourth row is 13/4 = 9.

337
999
797
292
499

Numbers which are missing: 1, 5, 6, 8.
Accentuated numbers: 9, 7, 3, 2



Numbers which are missing

Those numbers which are missing i.e. which are missing in the five rows of numerological card are called "missing numbers" and they point to a lack of some characteristics or even lack in character traits of the person. Revealing those important details suggests what is necessary for that person to harmonise better. Similarly, missing numbers warn us about important lessons which that person needs to learn in order to pass through certain experiences, or which habits it should develop. This all has a goal to complete the personality, activating those segments of the personality which are missing on the road of self awareness and achieving a good quality of life.

Accentuated numbers

In five numerical rows there is often an iteration of same numbers or more of them. Those are accentuated numbers which de-stabilize someone's character and lead him into an extreme. All of this, of course, is not productive at all and often represents an issue for the person since accentuated numbers dominate in their character. Examining the numerical card we detect problematic numbers and we are looking for a way to marginalize their influence in order for the other numbers/characteristics to come to the fore and so enrich the life of that individual.
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