Numerology & Good/bad numbers

My SO mentioned wanting our marriage date to be of some significance. Either with the planets/cosmos, numbers, and he said something else that I am totally blanking on lol.

Is anyone here familiar with Numerology and could possibly lend some insight? :smiley:


Yes, I got married on September 1st. As a general rule, days 1 and 9 of every month are the best dates to get married for all persons born on any date. - Source

But you can use your date of birth and Numerology to choose the perfect date of marriage. :ring:

Step 1: Calculate the destiny number of the groom and bride and add them together.

To find the destiny number, add up the digits in the date of birth to get the last and final single digit number.

For example, if the groom is born on 24/10/1995, get the destiny number in the following steps:

2+4+1+0+1+9+9+5 = 31
3+1 = 4

The destiny number of the groom is 4

In the same way, add up the digits in the bride’s date of birth and get the single digit number.

Step 2: The sum of the groom and bride’s destiny numbers will give you the combined destiny number of the couple to decide the date of marriage.

Say the destiny number of the groom is 4 and the destiny number of the bride is 2. Then the combined destiny number is 4 + 2 = 6.

Step 3: Based on the combined destiny number, here is how to decide the best date of marriage according to Times of India:

Avoid marriage on these dates: never schedule the marriage on dates that have destiny numbers 4, 5, 8. Numerology says 5 is the worst destiny number for a marriage date.


Thank you so much @Francisco!!

This is exactly the kind of information I have been searching for!!!


I’m glad it helped you! Let us know what date you picked!!

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this is so cool, thank you for sharing. I just added up the day we got married and came out with a one.


This is fascinating!!! :star_struck: Ohhh wow, I’ll have to add up the destiny numbers for my partner and I and see what we get! :open_book::+1:

I’m not very familiar with numerology, but I know that certain cultures have superstitions about some numbers. For example, the number 13 is usually considered to be unlucky in the US. In parts of Asia, the number 4 is considered to be very unlucky, as four can be pronounced as 死 shi (at least in Japanese) which is also the word for death. It’s interesting that this is a cursed number for several cultures, and is also a destiny number to avoid when scheduling big occasions!

I found a an article that talks about Unlucky Numbers Around the World, if anyone is interested in this subject!


For @janelle, chose a date that has special meaning to you and your partner (and avoid any dates that have a negative connotation for you both!)- I am sure that your wedding day will be full of good luck and beautiful memories for all! :sparkling_heart: :blush:

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