A numerologist always considers the double-digit numbers that form the basis of the single-digit numbers in your numerology chart, as they have their own influence. For example, a 7 based on 34 (3+4=7) is more creative and efficient than a 7 based on 25 (2+5=7), which is more sensitive and unconventional.
However, among the double-digit numbers those that are made up of two identical digits, like 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, or 99, have a particularly strongly felt and unique influence due to the fact that the attributes of each digit is multiplied. Think of it as twin siblings with similar talents working together; their potential for success is greatly enhanced as a result of their combined effort.
The 4 and 8 get along well and compliment each other; the 8 is a visionary, a goal-getter, and result- and business-oriented, but doesn’t waste time on details. The 4 is the organizer and manager, and the most detail-oriented number of all. Together they make a formidable pair, so if an 8 is based on 44, its potential for success and accomplishments is greatly enhanced.
The 1 is leadership, independence, individuality, and thinks outside the box. Pairing these qualities with the 5, the most unconventional, adventurous, and freedom-loving of all numbers is a perfect fit. When a 1 is based on 55, it’s potential to break new ground, its desire to aim high and to lead us into unknown territory, makes it a force to be reckoned. It’s drive and ambition are second to none.
The most verbal of all numbers, but it has difficulty maintaining focus and doesn’t like responsibility. Another example of a great pairing; the childish, creative 3 and the highly responsible and self-sacrificing 6. A 3 based on 66 has the potential to produce a great artist and inspiring human being.
This is one of my personal favorites; the serious, spiritual, introvert 7 as the basis for the freedom-loving, unconventional, and highly intelligent 5 is a marriage made in heaven.
The potential for a 5 based on 77 to reach the highest realms of original thought and spiritual realizations is on par with that of the next power number (88), but for very different reasons; it will gain these heights by ignoring all the rules and thinking so far out of the box, it’s biggest challenge will be to convey its knowledge to others.
There is also a 14 Karmic number involved (7 + 7 produces the 14 Karmic Debt number), which adds another challenge – you can read more on that here…
Add 8 + 8, and you get the Karmic Debt number 16; the Fallen Tower, also called Phoenix rising. Adding 1 + 6 produces the most spiritual single digit number – the 7 – and is based on the Karmic Debt number that has produced more people of wisdom and sainthood than any other number.
This is a particularly unique Power number; the 8 is the visionary, the 16 the Karmic seeker and searcher (often as a result of loss and loneliness), and the 7, the number of spiritual growth.
A 7 based on 88 is a number of great potential, but mostly in the spiritual realm. A 7 based on 88 that directs its attention toward worldly gain is a recipe for disaster.
The highest of all Power numbers, the 99 has to do with global consciousness, tolerance, humanitarianism, and love for people at large. In addition, it adds to 9, even if does this by frog-leaping both the 1 and the 8 (9 + 9 = 18 = 1 + 8 = 9).
This creates a unique combination; the un-worldly, self-sacrificing “Mother Theresa” number 9, whose inherent attributes are greatly enhanced because it is based on a double 9, also has a significant dose of the pragmatic 8; the visionary and doer, as well as the ambitious leadership qualities of the 1.
As a result, a 99 has to potential to be very effective in its desire to make this world a better place.