Numerologist.com claims to help its users discover hidden truths about themselves and those around them by analyzing the occult meaning of numbers. This website also offers other divination services, but the Premium numerology report is its most popular product.
In fact, it’s so popular that we have to wonder if numerology really deserves to be dismissed as pseudoscience. Sure, there is no scientific proof that numbers have hidden meanings. But too many people have faith in numerology as a divination practice for it to not be worth a closer look.
What is Numerologist.com?
As “the leading authority for numerology online”, this website offers a variety of educational materials on the subject. Users can read articles and purchase instructional books, and of course, they can order ready-made reports. There are many to choose from, but right upon entering the website viewers are met with an offer to receive a free general numerology report. This is actually a sample of the Premium, paid-for report, but it’s still very revealing.
The Premium report, just like all the other products offered by Numerologist.com, is only available in digital format and will be delivered via email in only a few minutes after placing the order. It’s priced at $37, and comes with a one year money back guarantee. The customers also receive daily readings for a period of 2 years, and monthly readings for period of 9 years. And considering that the report itself is over 100 pages long, the price of the total package (which as we’ll see later, also includes some other bonus items) seems fair enough.
And this is possible because divination based on numbers doesn’t require the presence of the person that’s requesting the service. In fact, in doesn’t even require for an actual person to do the analysis. The reports available from Numerologist.com are created through a proprietary software, which works because each number has its own clear meaning.
This makes numerology a form of divination that a high number of people can get behind. Just like palm reading, it doesn’t require for those who practice it to claim paranormal abilities. It doesn’t seem nearly as outrageous as other divination practices, even if it’s not clear where the supposed meaning of the numbers comes from.
How does Numerologist.com work?
When it comes to analyzing individuals, numerology uses their dates of birth and names. According to Numerologist.com, a person’s name is not an accident and can reveal their true nature and path in life. This is quite hard to believe given how many of us are named on a whim by parents with a sense of humor, but for the moment we’ll assume that it’s true. This website uses the full name of a person and their birth date to create their numerology chart, and based on it, it creates various customized reports.
But if a person has more than 1 first name, they’ll only have to enter the one that is more commonly used, as it defines them as a person. Also, it must be the name received at birth. It doesn’t matter if the name was changed later in life, unless this was done when the person was less than 6 months old. It’s not explained where this rule comes from, but if this is the requirement for an accurate report, it must be followed. And this is what we did when entering the details required for a free report, and for 3 different people.
We figured this is a decent way of testing the Numerologist.com software and the practice in general. The sample report is quite complex and composed of 3 different parts, so the chances for the software to get lucky and reveal real information about 3 people in a row are quite low. If it worked well in all cases it would mean that luck has nothing to do with it, and that numerology really is more than we expected.Read More
The free report
First, it must be mentioned that all parts of the report are in video format. They’re customized so seamlessly that that they appear to be uniquely created for the viewer, so from this point of view, the software does an amazing job. The information is revealed through a combination of narration and text, which sound and look impeccable. But the videos can’t be skipped, so viewers must be attention to all the details unless they’re willing to reload the page and start all over. They can be paused, but that’s pretty much it.
To get started on the report, the viewer has to enter their first name and date of birth. They’re instantly redirected to the first video presentation, which gives a number of details on the report as a whole. Here, we learn that the numerology chart based on the date of birth and name reveals many different numbers, each with its own meaning.
And it seems that some of these numbers are more important than others as they reveal crucial details about one’s personality and destiny. They can help people discover who they truly are and how other see them, but also what opportunities and obstacles lie ahead. Apparently numerology can reveal the past, present and future of a person by these few numbers alone.
And each part of the report focuses on one of these numbers, which in the case of the first video is the birthday number. This number is also called “life path”, and it’s the most important of them all. It’s calculated simply by adding the numbers in the date of birth, and it’s supposed to reveal the personality traits of the person, along with their most fulfilling direction in life. And the video does indeed offer lots of information from this number alone.
It would appear that it’s able to reveal many different aspects of one’s personality, and in close detail. But unfortunately, all the information that this part of the report offers was wrong in our experiment. What was revealed about the personalities of the 3 people was surprisingly inaccurate. We were expecting for part of the details to come out right by chance, but the odds were against the software this time.
After this part, if the viewer wants to continue the report, they’ll be redirected to a second video, which discusses another important number. This is the destiny number, also called “expression”, which is calculated based on the full name of the person. It’s claimed that each of the letters corresponds to a specific number, and after the conversion, the numbers are added just like in the case of the “life path”. And apparently, the number that results reveals a person’s history up to the moment of their birth and who they are meant to be in this life.
This number is supposed to be a “blueprint” of one’s potential based on their unique traits, and in our experiment, it was only partially accurate. The information was completely wrong for the first person, decently accurate for the second, and 100% true for the third. In fact, the information in the last case is so accurate that it could turn anyone into a numerology enthusiast. And this is exactly why we’ve tried the software on 3 different people. It got it right once in this part of the report, but it looks like it was only luck. Still, it was better than in the first part, where it was 100% unlucky.
And then we have the final part of the sample report, which requires the viewer to enter their marital status. This is necessarily because the number that it focuses on it supposed to reveal details about past, current and future relationships. This number is the “soul urge” number, which reveals the deepest desires and motivations of the person, along with what they need to evolve in relationships and life as a whole. At the same time it reveals aspects from their past and future, so this part of the report should be quite telling. The number is calculated based on the full name, but only counting the vowels, as they’re more “open” than consonants. And this part of the report does indeed offer a lot of information. It seems to be the most comprehensive of the 3 videos, and analyses many aspects of the viewer’s personality. But unfortunately the software was only accurate in one case in our little experiment. It was inaccurate for the second, and only partially accurate for the third. Truth be told, it was amazingly accurate for the first, making it seem like there indeed is something “magic” about numerology. But the other 2 pretty much canceled the excitement.
So judging by this experiment, it would seem that as expected, numerology is unable to provide real information. It might from time to time, but only by chance. It’s bound to get it right occasionally, but it’s completely unreliable. Still, this report is very entertaining, so we would recommend anyone to try it. It’s available completely free, and doesn’t require the viewer to enter any other personal information than name and date of birth. Those who find it more than entertaining can purchase the full Premium report when the video presentations are over, and the package will also include other interesting reads for free. And as we’ll see next, all of them are also available as separate purchases, so this package is a great deal for those interested in them.Claim Your Free Report Now
Another report available from Numerologist.com is “Romantic Compatibility Analysis”, which is available for $19.99. It helps the client understand their partner and make the best decisions in the relationship. It’s claimed that it has helped thousands of couples solve their problems, and it’s available in a few minutes after placing the order, just like all the other reports.
Then we have the “Customized Personality Profile”, which analyses various parts of the client’s personality and helps them achieve their full potential. It’s available for $15, just like the next report, “Life & Success Snapshot”. This one is supposed to help the client solve their financial problems and find most profitable opportunities.
And for $12.99, visitors can order a “Complete One-Year Forecast” report. It should cover all aspects of life, and predict both challenges and opportunities.
Then we have the 10 reports and e-books available for free along the Premium report. The first is “Phone Phenomenon Report”, which on its own is available for $9.77. Apparently one’s phone number reveals very much about their personality and life in general.
Next we have the “Lo Shu Personality Exposer”, priced at $14.97. This is an e-book, and can be used by the client for a better understanding of virtually anyone in their life.
Another e-book included for free with the Premium report is “The Good Luck Amplifier System”, which is normally priced at $14.97. It teaches the reader how to use numbers to increase their chances of success in all their enterprises.
Next bonus product is “Mastering the Matrix”, available on its own for $14.97. This e-book seems to focus on the “law of attraction”, and it should help the reader make their lifelong dreams come true. Also included is the “Wardrobe Secret”, which teaches the reader how to choose clothes that match their personal energy. It’s normally available for $9.77, but stays free when ordering the Premium report.
So does “The One-minute Relationship Forecast”, which by itself costs $14.97. This report should help clients better understand their troubled relationships with loved ones, and it doesn’t even require their date of birth.
“The 60-second Palm Reader Guide” teaches readers the basics of palm reading ($14.97), while “Your Lucky Stars or The 84” ($9.77) teaches them how to determine their lucky stars for the next few years.
Also included in the package is “The Psychic’s Handbook” ($24.97), claimed as able to help readers discover their natural psychic abilities. And lastly, we have the “Premium Numerology Member Software Package” ($24.97). This is an online tool that allows clients to give instant readings to friends and generate lucky numbers.
Numerologist.com also offers other e-books, but the ones we’ve mentioned are more than enough to show what the website is all about. And clearly, the Premium report would be the best choice for any person that’s interested in at least 2 of the items on the bonus list. We don’t believe that they’re actually able to do what they claim (based on what we’ve seen so far), but they’re probably very entertaining.
What are the pros?
The reports available from Numerologist.com don’t seem able to deliver what it’s promised, so from this point of view the website offers no benefits. It can’t do what it claims, and no one should believe the information revealed through the reports. But that doesn’t mean that the reports can’t be fun, lust like all the other forms of divination. As we’ve mentioned before, we would recommend everyone to try the free version, as it looks great and covers lots of information.
It will probably be wrong information, but still, it’s worth a try. It difficult to say if the full, Premium report is equally entertaining, but considering that it comes with so many bonuses, it too might be worth it. But clients should keep in mind that even with the money back guarantee, they might not be able to receive refunds if they’re not satisfied.
What are the cons?
Numerologist.com has many customer complaints, most of them related to the information in the reports. As expected, when it comes to the quality of the information, there are an equal number of positive and negative reviews, and of course the unhappy clients are more vocal. Since the accuracy of the reports depends mostly on the luck of the clients, half of them are naturally bound to be wrong.
But there are also many complaints regarding customer service. It seems that the company is very difficult to contact, which makes refunds almost impossible. Of course, some clients do manage to solve their issues, but it doesn’t seem like an easy process. So those who want to have fun with the reports should not expect to be able to recover their money.Click Here TO Know More