There a lot of versions of the numerology calculator that can help determine a person’s fate, fortune or characteristics, so to speak. Most of the time, they make use of your name, the month, year, and day of which you were born to determine the sequence of the numbers to be used. We have the Pythagorean, Chaldean, Babylonian, Christian Mysticism, Hebrew system of Kabbalah, the Vedas, the old Chinese traditions and the Egyptians. Currently, however, the two most popular versions of the numerology calculator are the Pythagorean and the Chaldean.
The Pythagorean numerology calculator hailed from the teachings of the Greek mathematician, Pythagoras. Basically, this form of calculation is quite easy to learn and figure out. It is just a sequential translation from the letters of the alphabet to the numbers 1 through 9.
Furthermore, the science of the Pythagorean numerology calculator helps a person see a bit about himself or herself, thereby allowing that person to improve his way of living through the science of 5 numbers. You can derive the first 2 of these numbers from your birthday and the other three from your name.
The Chaldean numerology calculator got its roots in Babylon and is associated with the Vedic System of India. It is a more accurate calculator compared to the Pythagorean, however, it is more difficult to master since the values associated with the alphabet are in not in a systematic order.
Every single letter in the Chaldean numerology calculator has its own vibration. The numbers are assigned to the letters depending on their vibrational values. Also, the number 9 in Chaldean is holy and sacred and should be separated from other numbers which is why no letters are assigned to this number. The Chaldean version takes your name and birth date and only uses the name that you are commonly called.