2018 Yearly Numerology

YEARLY FORECAST

YOUR YEARLY NUMEROLOGY FORECAST – 2018

Each year, on January 1st, we enter a new calendar cycle which holds a distinct personal theme for 2018. A simple calculation lets you know which yearly numerology cycle you are in. Just add the numbers in your day and month of birth to the numbers in the current year.

Example Birthday = November 24

Month = 11

Day = 2+4 = 6

Year = 2+0+1+8 = 11

11+6+11 = 28
Keep adding until you get a single digit. 2+8 = 10 and 1+0 = 1

In this example, someone born on November 24th will be in the 1 Year Cycle throughout 2018. Just click on your yearly number below… and discover the nature of your journey ahead…

Use your YEAR NUMBER to read your monthly and weekly forecasts, too…

Click or tap your yearly number:

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4 Year 5 Year 6 Year
7 Year 8 Year 9 Year

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION

Q:
Why do you say that the yearly cycle starts on January 1st, when some numerologists say it starts on your birthday? 

A:
Which method you follow is your choice, but this is what I have found to be the most accurate, and why.
To calculate the personal year, we add the numbers of the day and month of birth to the specific numbers of the current calendar year. Numerology cycles are based on the calendar, and a calendar year always begins on January 1st (unlike astrology, which is based on Solar Return, not raw numbers). On the day you were born, the calendar cycle had already begun. You were born at a specific point within that cycle.

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11 thoughts on “YEARLY FORECAST

  1. Aakash Sahu

    hello christine,

    i am a life path no. 22(16/08/1987)
    my life cycle no . 8 (16/08/2018)
    i have an true simian line in my dominant (right) hand.
    can you derive any relation out of all this…..i wanted to know your opine on life path 22 and association with simian line.

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      1. aakash sahu

        thank you i do understand .i just asked out of curiosity. can please give a brief detailing about life path no. 22….i would like know your insights. thank you.

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  2. Chris Meuser

    Master numbers can be 11, 22, 33, 44, and the super rare on 7 days last century could be born…Nov. 22nd 1939, 1948, 1957, 1966, 1975, 1984, and 1993…(they were in the 22 masternumber years) and i think its funny that people dont acknowledge that because its obvious that thier can be life paths with those numbers…anyone born on the 11th of Nov. on those years are 44’s…this century on the 10 years that are 11 years like this year…44’s will be born on Nov. 22 and 33’s on the 11th…33’s can actually be born any year this century!!!

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  3. Alycia

    Thank you very much Christine for a very enlightening article ! Thanks for sharing and doing what you do ! Many people lack the knowledge of numerology so they fail to witness the power behind it ! I am very glad that it is becoming more well known and shared more with the common public and possibly can make a better future for us all in time – sometimes people just need some guidance and reassurance that they are heading the right path . As they say – If you don’t know where you are going. ..any path will take you there. Thank you again and I subscribed to hear what else you have studied and shared with the world ! Haha Ciao for now and to all reading this – I highly recommend you try calculating your yearly forecast number – and reading the analysis – very helpful and there is nothing to lose from doing so !

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    1. Christine Delorey Post author

      Hello Usman. I go into great detail about all the master numbers in my personal readings. Meanwhile, there is a LOT of free information here on this website, much of which is based on the master energies since every number from 1 to 9 has master potential.

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    1. Christine Delorey Post author

      Hello Melissa,
      11 is a master number and is never broken down when calculating.
      I do not see where 10 is not broken down. The calculation clearly shows this:
      Keep adding until you get a single digit. 2+8 = 10 and 1+0 = 1

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