8, September is a 9, October is a 1 (1+0=1), November is an 11 (Master Numbers are not reduced) and

finally December is a 3 (1+2=3).

If you were born on the 10th through the 31st, you will have to reduce that number to a single digit. To

reduce to a single digit, simply add the 2 numbers together. For example, if you were born on the 23rd,

add 2+3 which equals 5 and you would know your Day number is a 5. Another example would be if you

were born on the 17th, add 1+7 which equals 8 and your Day number would be an 8.

Numerology, and we do not reduce a Master Number so leave them be.

AND, if you were born on the 29th you would add 2+9 which equals an 11 and because we do not

reduce a Master Number, you would write down an 11 for your Day Number.

Now add your MONTH number to your DAY number to the UNIVERSAL YEAR number.

Again, if you arrive at a double digit number, you will have to reduce to a single digit by adding the two

digits together.

(Since 20 is a double digit, we reduce it by adding the two digits together)

1 + 2 = 3 (3 is the personal year number for December 17)

(Since 15 is a double digit, we reduce it by adding the two digits together)

1+5=6 (6 is the personal year number for March 11)