An important part of a Numerology chart is the Inclusion Table, which is an accounting of the number of times each individual number appears in the spelling of an individual’s name. When a particular number is missing, this is a representation of a lesson that needs to be learned in this lifetime. The more numbers that are missing, the more lessons the person must learn. These lessons are not insurmountable. They are indications of the areas of the personality or being that must be recognized for the improvement(s) that they need. If a person is missing many numbers, then that person has a great deal of work that must be accomplished to become a better and more self-actualized being. If someone is not missing any numbers, then that person can go through life improving various aspects of their own choosing to maximize their potential. Other indications of the missing numbers will manifest themselves as characteristics of personality or conditions that may exist within the individual’s life. If a missing number coincides with a Challenge number, then the indication is that this is an area of life that will need a more dedicated effort to overcome and improve.
Each number from 1-9 occurs an average number of times in the average spelling of the average name and each number adds traits and characteristics to ‘who you are’. The number 1 appears an average of 3-4 times and is one of three of the most commonly occurring numbers in a name; the number 2 appears an average of once; the number 3 appears an average of 1-2 times; the number 4 appears an average of 1-2 times; 5 is the second most commonly occurring number at 3-4 times; 6 appears on average 1-2 times; the number 7 is one of the most commonly missing numbers and its average is 0-1 times; 8 is also a commonly missing number and its average is also 0-1 times; the final number, 9 is the third most commonly appearing number at 3-4 times. This chart demonstrates the number attached to each letter of the alphabet. Be certain that in doing any calculations, that you use the alphabet of the language in which your birth certificate is written.
In setting up your Inclusion Chart, draw the tic-tac-toe board and place the count for each number in its appropriate box (top line 1, 2, 3; second line 4, 5, 6; and the bottom line 7, 8, 9)
These are the lessons and conditions associated with each missing number.
ONE – When the One is missing, it represents the inability of someone to stand up for themselves and their rights. This creates a dynamic where the person is easy going, charming and lovely. They may be more interested in others than they are themselves. This individual may lack drive and ambition. If a chart has 0-2 Ones, the person will probably have a self-deprecating sense of humor. This will be increased if there are Twos present in the name. THE LESSON in the absence of Ones is that this person must learn to develop a better sense of self, gaining self-confidence in the process.
TWO – When a chart is missing Twos, this shows that the person may be lacking in consideration for others. They will also exhibit impatience and tact as well as a lack of a sense of true cooperation. THE LESSON this person must learn is patience with, and tolerance of, others.
THREE – Missing Threes in a chart will indicate a person who is lacking in fanciful ideas, sentimental speech, romance, and imagination. These conditions will not be natural tendencies. Doubt, fear, and a lack of self-expression will also be overwhelming tendencies. An inclination toward dullness and rigidity may also be exhibited. Lacking Threes will also invariably create problems in interpersonal relationships as the person will find it virtually impossible, or be very unwilling to express their thoughts and feelings. The result may be a tendency to yell and argue as a personal defense, to cover the inadequacy. A dichotomy may exist in that the person may very well have no problem expressing themselves in the context of their job or career. THE LESSON this person must learn is the art of self-expression, both personally and creatively.
FOUR – The person who is lacking Fours in the spelling of their name will demonstrate a lack of concentration and discipline. The lack of application may be a weakness of their nature. They will receive help through others but must learn to organize and construct their lives. No Fours create laziness and a dislike of order. There may be a tendency towards extravagance. THE LESSON is that this person must learn the traits of discipline, organization and how to work.
FIVE – If a chart is missing Fives, the person will exhibit timidity and a dislike of crowds and will have a desire to be alone. This person is afraid to face the world and will not be very adaptable. There may also be a lack of vulnerability. There will also be an overriding fear of change and an inability to adjust. They are quite content to have things remain the way they always were. THE LESSON is that this person must learn to embrace life and change.
SIX – Missing Sixes indicate a weak sense of duty and responsibility. For this reason, domestic life may be taken lightly. This person must learn to accept that actions will only be reciprocated and not offered by others willingly. There is a caution to guard against co-dependent behavior. There may be many interesting situations and happenings when the Six is missing. No Sixes may also indicate a person of doubtful integrity and loyalty. Another condition may indicate a non-existent or strained relationship with a parent or parents, often the parent of the opposite sex. The possibility exists that the absence of a parent may be the result of divorce, separation or death. THE LESSON is that this person must learn to develop a sense of responsibility and family, while becoming dependent on themselves to establish their position in life.
SEVEN – In Numerology, Seven is the most commonly missing number in the spelling of names. The person with missing Sevens will be open-minded and may experience more inner happiness. This person may be driven to better understand life, but not know which path to follow. It is the author’s belief that the prevalence of missing Sevens in the spelling of names during the twentieth century is one of the driving forces behind the metaphysical/New Age movement and the desire of individuals to better understand themselves and the world in which they reside. THE LESSON for this person is that they must learn to become more in tune with self and the world through a spiritual or religious pursuit and belief.
EIGHT – Eights are the second most commonly missing number in Numerology. The person who is missing this number lacks self-control and may be dependent on others. A positive aspect of this number missing is less strain after money in the long run. This eases the pressure of living and finances. This person may have a dislike of finance and handling money. They may have an “easy come, easy go” attitude towards money and life. Missing Eights may attract help and experience luck through others. This person may also be lacking in a sense of personal power and inner strength. THE LESSON is that this person must develop a better sense of personal power and become comfortable handling money.
NINE – The person who is missing Nines lacks broadness, tolerance, and compassion. This person may also have a tendency to be selfish. They may be helpful, kind, and capable without experiencing any feeling of universal forgiveness. Missing Nines limits the extent of accomplishment that may be felt. In order to expand their view of humanity, studies of comparative behaviors, religions, and character analysis will be helpful. THE LESSON is that this person must learn to be more magnanimous and humanitarian in belief and action. They must broaden their perspective of the world in which they reside.
Now, that you have discovered your numbers…learn your lessons!
Blessings of Love & Light
© 2013, Michael John Fierro