Use this calculator to find the numbers of a House or Address
This calculator will give you the absolute total (full number). Just add the final numbers together to get a single digit, like this: For a double-digit total, add the digits ie: a total of 43 = 4+3=7 and look for #7 in the meaning tables below. For a triple digit total, add the digits ie: a total of 164 = 1+6+4=11 and look at the meaning of Master Number 11 below. The full total is useful to be able to see all of the influences affecting the dwelling. Be sure to read about each digit of your double or triple digit total in the tables below, but give the most power to the final, single digit total. In other words, a house or address that totals to 123 is first a #6 house/address and it is made up of #1, #2 and #3 influences as well.
House and Address Numerology Calculator
#1 A 1 home brings brand new experiences; new ideas, new relationships, new business ideas, new freedom from old conditions. Life here is bright, open and active. The inhabitants will feel a desire to reach for a new or stronger independence and self sufficiency. Physical fitness or sports, and any other type of self improvement may be taken on and nothing is safe from the illuminating scrutiny of the #1 desire for perfection. There will not tend to be a lot of visitors since the inhabitants are probably off somewhere working too much or taking a class. Ambition, assertiveness, inspiration, birth, self-perfection, independence and an active approach in the world will color life here. Good for athletes, students, entrepreneurs, travelers, and single or independent men or women.
#2 A 2 home is quaint or cozy no matter how large it may be. There’s a certain charm and the inhabitants will want to tinker around and make small improvements here and there. There’s most likely a garden of some sort or at least flowers in the window. This home will be well used, and used up. The inhabitants here are helpful and support others in some way that balances the emotions. There is a predominance of concern for relationships in this house and issues around this will be dealt with quite often. It is the perfect “family home”, the one that the kids can go back to to visit the parents who still live there. Nostalgia, collections, small animals, flowers, counseling, gardening, and relationship nurturing work well here. Good for teachers, counselors, social workers, gardeners, grandparents, mothers, and “tinkerers” including garage “whirligig” manufacturers.
#3 A 3 home is a happy home. Not that unhappiness never occurs, but rather, the inhabitants are basically full of good cheer and accommodating to the many family members and visitors who happen by. Positive attitude proliferates in this house and the creative urge is palpable. Artists, poets, writers, actors and dreamers flock to 3 and little children are quite happy here too. A 3 house is decorated to reflect the creativity of the inhabitants and this can range from wildly eclectic to *House and Garden* chic. The important thing is the “look” of it. There will be a desire to make this house stand out as unique or glamorous amidst the others on the block. Good for entertainers, authors (or letter writers), sociable people, artists, politicians, and anyone involved in communications of any type, including long hours on the telephone.
#4 A 4 home brings order, routine, schedules, practical work, earthly comforts, stability, loyalty, predictability and sound structure. Building a family, business or relationship works well here as there is a groundedness that induces patience and tolerance. Earth-centered creativity such as gardening, or architecture/building are likely to be very successful here and the house itself will be well built and durable. Times here are remembered for the steady progress that was made and the lasting relationships that were tempered. Good for accountants, builders, students, architects, practical people, gardeners, crafts-people, chefs, bank managers. Supports step by step progress and goal oriented people.
#5 A 5 home brings activity, change, lots of people in and out, many ideas, culture, romance, children and child-like play, sensual exploration, variety, sports, and lots of travel. A 5 house does not denote marriage per se, but more romance, exploration and growth as opposed to commitment and steadfastness as the 4 house would encourage. The inhabitants of the 5 house will either be off exploring or home reading about explorations into new realms. Books are probably propping up the furniture and falling off the bookshelves. If the inhabitants have 5’s very strong in their vibration, this would be a perfect house for them as it would support and supply the constant stream of new experience a 5 seeks. Good for writers, teachers, travelers, travel agents, big families with a lot of kids, sociable people, athletes and those with an insatiable curiosity.
#6 Family pictures from wall to wall. A 6 home is a family “nest”. People feel safe and warm and understood in a 6 house and anyone is considered family here. Most likely a beautiful home in decor, the female members of the household will rule the roost and nobody will mind. Pets, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren are drawn to this house and delicious smells create happy memories for all. There’s an air of sophistication here as well and of following the “status quo”. Tradition, ritual, gentlemen and gentlewomen, rescuing, healing and nurturing resonate to 6. Good for nurses, social workers, childcare workers, grandparents, retirees, and close-knit family life.
#7 A 7 home is quiet, calm and contemplative. Serious research and study can go on here and the miraculous can seem to be floating in the corner of the room. These homes are often surrounded by an air of mystery or historical significance and there’s just “something” about them you can’t forget. Deep thinkers, scientists, researchers, ministers, teachers, psychologists and philosophers seem to gravitate here and anyone who stays long will find themselves lost in thought, musings and ponderings. Spiritual people do very well here and it’s also a natural abode for grandparents, although the grandchildren will probably want to play outside most of the time. Dark woods and rich, deep colors assist in the 7 tendency towards “going within.”
#8 “The money house”, you might have heard it called. An 8 home usually has a money tree growing in the front yard. Well, not really but it really does attract opportunities for the inhabitants to experience “material responsibility.” There is a tendency to think, eat, sleep and shower, business business business. The home itself will seem larger than it is and the look will be one of affluence, regardless of the actual worth. All of that old furniture somehow looks better here. There will be something, either in the landscaping, the window treatments or the architecture that says “palace.” Everything gets amplified here so careful and intentional “pruning” is necessary and controlled growth is part of what 8 is about. Money making ideas will seem to come in with the morning paper. Warmth and family closeness are generally replaced with the promise of security and opportunity. This is a great house to be a home-maker in – a la Martha Stewart. Good for stock brokers, home businesses, entrepreneurs, doctors, managers, athletes, politicians, and celebrities. The downside? Whenever something goes wrong – it goes wrong in a BIG way…
#9 A 9 house is an interesting dichotomy. On the one hand it’s usually quiet, cool, and comfortable to all. A place for rest and rejuvenation. There is a tendency towards self-awareness and search while this brews a deep desire to share what you have with others. Artistic talent may be discovered and this would be a great place to explore creative inspiration, quiet, alone and uninterrupted. There is a sense of timelessness here and the clocks may each be set to a different time. On the flip side, there will probably be quite a few people in and out as the healing energy is strong and attractive to those looking for it. Actual healing practices or classes may go on here or metaphysical/spiritual gatherings may take place. The decor may look more like “displays” than decorations and there will be something special for everyone who enters. Good for spiritual teachers, artists, philosophers, nurses, doctors, healers, care-givers, humanitarians, world-travelers and clergy.
#11 What’s that “buzzing” I hear? Could be the electricity of the 11 coursing throughout this home. 11 homes literally buzzzzz with activity and well they should when there’s that much inspiration and creativity going on. People are constantly in and out and welcome to stay. Behind the “apparent” activity being conducted is a secret support network. The inhabitants of the 11 home are usually guiding, encouraging, teaching, helping, healing and inspiring all under the guise of ordinary neighborly behavior. These houses are eclectic in some way, somehow patched together and a “work in progress” forever. Remember to read the 1 and 2 for other possible influences.Good for artists, writers, teachers, guides, counselors, and entertainers.
#22 A 22 home is usually experienced as a 4 vibration with a “kick”. There is a tremendous desire to build a secure life for one’s self, but this can also reach out to the global family as well and inspire the inhabitants to create a means of “sustained” assistance to others. Volunteer work may be undertaken and wonderful inventions like “community gardens” and co-op’s take place under the influence of 22. Remember to read the 2 and 4 for other possible influences. Good for philanthropists, teachers, builders etc…
#33 A 33 home is a sunny, warm and nurturing abode, at least in feeling. There is an air of the mystical and “otherworldly” and plant and animal life thrive. Someone very special lives here, though they’d be the last to know it. Everyone is a welcome guest and many a guest stops by. Comedy, collectibles and art fill every nook and cranny and there is a high-octane energy that keeps the bubble machine pumping. Remember to read 3 and 6 for other possible influences. Good for communicators, teachers, artists, writers, and childcare workers.