lease enter your name into the field below. The computer will display all numerological correspondences of your name in various charts. This algorithm divides your name into its components. For example the German word "alle" (which means "all") produces the sum of 30 (1 + 12 + 12 + 5 = 30).
If you replace the letters with their equivalent ordinal numbers you get a series of numbers
(in our case a stands for 1; l for 12; e for 5): 1, 12, 12, 5. These numbers can now be equated to letters of other alphabets. In Arabic this combination would produce the letters الله "Allah". Since both in Arabic and Hebrew (as well as in other languages) letters are being used as numbers the result of our calculation would be 66 (ا 1 + ل 30 + ل 30 + ه 5 = 66).