What happens if after adding all of your names together (first, middle, last name), they come up with a very nice positive number, but individually they aren't so great? Which wins out? The single digit total or the indivdual compound numbers for each name?

For example:

First name = positive number

Middle name = positive number

Double barrel surname 1 = negative number

Double barrel surname 2 = semi-positive to positive number

Total number of all of the above names = favourable positive number

Total number of all of the above names minus middle name as it's not used in daily life = favourable positive number.

In this case would I need to worry that the first part of my double barrel surname is negative? Will the fact that when I sum all of my names together they are very positive including both the compound and the final reduced digit protect me from my rather negative double barrel surname? Or do I really need to change it?

Please advise. I'm so confused in this.

Also, how does one figure out if a number goes well with their birthday number?

]]>What happens if after adding all of your names together (first, middle, last name), they come up with a very nice positive number, but individually they aren't so great? Which wins out? The single digit total or the indivdual compound numbers for each name?

For example:

First name = positive number

Middle name = positive number

Double barrel surname 1 = negative number

Double barrel surname 2 = semi-positive to positive number

Total number of all of the above names = favourable positive number

Total number of all of the above names minus middle name as it's not used in daily life = favourable positive number.

In this case would I need to worry that the first part of my double barrel surname is negative? Will the fact that when I sum all of my names together they are very positive including both the compound and the final reduced digit protect me from my rather negative double barrel surname? Or do I really need to change it?

Please advise. I'm so confused in this.

Also, how does one figure out if a number goes well with their birthday number?

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