why is there no number 10 in the numerology life path
my husbands number came up as 10 and i am freaked out
I could be wrong, but I think that when you end up with double-digit numbers you are supposed to add the two remaining digits together until you get a single-digit number. So when you end up with 10, you add 1 + 0 = 1. But don't quote me on that.
Numerology in general follows the base ten system(arabic,decimal).This system reaches an octave so to speak at 10.The ten is reduced to 1 and the cycle begins all over. So only 1 through 9 are used for any path number.
The number 10 is broken down to two numbers. 1 and 0. Any number that has more than 1 digit is used in this manner.
The number ten is usually cut down to the number one because in numerology that's what you usually do. Shorten up the numbers for example the number 12 would actually be 3 in numerology. So therefore the number 10 is one.
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