SkyLine69

Feb 11, 2014, 9:10 pm

How would you subtract the following in numerology? I am not asking this as a quiz or a mind buster but I really want to know how to do the math.

1-11=

2-11=

3-11=

4-11=

5-11=

6-11=

7-11=

8-11=

9-11=

10-11=

11-11=

12-11=

13-11=

14-11=

15-11=

etc...

Or is it like 9-11 = 9-2=7 i If so, what would 1-11=

SkyLine69

Feb 12, 2014, 6:06 am

Hmm, a lot of views and no reply. I would have thought with all the lotto guru's someone would know this answer Hmmm I've come up clueless with the exception of changing the 11 to 2 .... 11=1+1=2 but if so when you take 1-11 it would =1-2=-1 and I didn't think there were negative numbers in numerology but then again I dont know. Hmmm

SergeM

Feb 12, 2014, 9:24 am

1-11=-10...

luckyshoes

Feb 12, 2014, 9:32 am

Its algebra

2-11= negative 9

3-11=negative 8 etc..

11-11=0 12-11=1 from here its traditional subtraction.

helpmewin

Feb 12, 2014, 10:08 am

In response to SergeM

**Quote:** Originally posted by SergeM on Feb 12, 2014

1-11=-10...

SkyLine69

Feb 12, 2014, 2:51 pm

But I thought there were not any negative numbers in numerology???

phileight

Feb 12, 2014, 3:50 pm

I have very limited knowledge of numerology but in the branches I have seen the numbers represent letters and vice versa. its almost like every language has its own version. I have not seen a version where you use math.

SkyLine69

Feb 12, 2014, 8:47 pm

From what I have read in the library today it goes like this here

use the number 1 for each number you are subtracting. So if you have one 1 number only put one 1 under it.

0 minus 1 equal 9, because 0 becomes a 10 more less. Numerology and the Matrix formula 1-0 not 0-9. So the 0 acts as a 10 when subtracting.

Your numbers are : 1, 5, 7, 9, 55, 29...

1 1 1 1 11 11

______________

0, 4, 6, 8, 44, 18

SergeM

Feb 25, 2014, 2:52 pm

The jews have something like numerology, I believe that we don't because we would know it.

Stack47

Feb 25, 2014, 7:53 pm

In response to SkyLine69

**Quote:** Originally posted by SkyLine69 on Feb 12, 2014

From what I have read in the library today it goes like this here

use the number 1 for each number you are subtracting. So if you have one 1 number only put one 1 under it.

0 minus 1 equal 9, because 0 becomes a 10 more less. Numerology and the Matrix formula 1-0 not 0-9. So the 0 acts as a 10 when subtracting.

Your numbers are : 1, 5, 7, 9, 55, 29...

1 1 1 1 11 11

______________

0, 4, 6, 8, 44, 18

Zero minus 1 is (-1) because (1) + (-1) = zero. If zero minus 1 equals 9, than (9) + (1) must equal zero. Try it on your calculator.

SergeM

Feb 27, 2014, 4:04 pm

In response to Stack47

**Quote:** Originally posted by Stack47 on Feb 25, 2014

Zero minus 1 is (-1) because (1) + (-1) = zero. If zero minus 1 equals 9, than (9) + (1) must equal zero. Try it on your calculator.

0-1 = -(1-0) = -(1) = -1

0-1 = -1*(1-0) = -1*1 = -1

0-1 = -1*(1-0) = -1+0 = -1

CS: 1

Coin Toss

Mar 28, 2014, 12:18 am

In response to phileight

**Quote:** Originally posted by phileight on Feb 12, 2014

I have very limited knowledge of numerology but in the branches I have seen the numbers represent letters and vice versa. its almost like every language has its own version. I have not seen a version where you use math.

I'm with phileight.

Whether it's Chaldean, Kabbala, Pythrorean or another form of numerology I've never seen any subtraction or negative numbers.

The only math involved is figuring life path numbers and such, for example someon with a birthday of 3-27-1950 would use 3 + 2 + 7 + 1 + 9 + 5 + 0 to get their number.

That comes out to 27, which reduces to 2 + 7 which is 9.

The only thing I've seen regarding 'negative' is the negative aspects of some numnbers.

SergeM,

What the Jews (and Greeks) use for names to nunmbers is called gematria.

______________________

I'm also thinking numerology should be in Mystical.

MRW2276

Mar 31, 2014, 9:55 pm

Are you talking about modular math? Since there's no negatives and using the lottery digits we would cycle over 0-9 digits (that's called base 9 in math terms since there is no number greater than 9 in our universe. 45, 36,27,18 all are just 9 and don't exsist other than as a scaler)

1-11=0

2-11=1

3-11=2

.......

.......

9-11=8

SergeM

Apr 1, 2014, 4:23 pm

In response to MRW2276

**Quote:** Originally posted by MRW2276 on Mar 31, 2014

Are you talking about modular math? Since there's no negatives and using the lottery digits we would cycle over 0-9 digits (that's called base 9 in math terms since there is no number greater than 9 in our universe. 45, 36,27,18 all are just 9 and don't exsist other than as a scaler)

1-11=0

2-11=1

3-11=2

.......

.......

9-11=8

In IT-science the sign is defined in the first bit if I remember well. For decimal based numbers our highest digit is 9, but it doesn't stop there for bigger bases. Take base 11 for example where the highest digit is A. For HEX the highest digit is F for fifteen. On the other side you could use base 7 and your highest digit would be 6. Now if you want to do the sum of digits you would calculate diffently too. 16=1+6=10=1+0=1 in base 7.

sflottolover

Apr 2, 2014, 11:02 am

In response to SkyLine69

**Quote:** Originally posted by SkyLine69 on Feb 11, 2014

How would you subtract the following in numerology? I am not asking this as a quiz or a mind buster but I really want to know how to do the math.

1-11=

2-11=

3-11=

4-11=

5-11=

6-11=

7-11=

8-11=

9-11=

10-11=

11-11=

12-11=

13-11=

14-11=

15-11=

etc...

Or is it like 9-11 = 9-2=7 i If so, what would 1-11=

Since: you showed like 9-11=9-2=7" if so, they are of course same like these:

1-2=-1

2-2=0

3-2=1

4-2=2

5-2=3

6-2=4

7-2=5

8-2=6

9-2=7

10-2=8

11-2=9

12-2=10

13-2=11

14-2=12

15-2=13

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