Thank you for your interest in my work. Below, please find the ebooks that I have published so far. They are available free of charge. If you wish to download them, just right click the link and choose “Save As…” in your browser.

To get an idea of my writing style, you could say that it can be rather spartan and that I do not take liberties to enhance my material with fluff, so what is written is what was needed to be said. I also do not promote hand holding and expect the reader to figure the calculations on their own. I say this out of courtesy to give the reader a general idea of what to expect. I also write as a hobby, so there’s no fancy book cover or author endorsing or anything like that which should also be kept in mind in case you are interested in purchasing. The intent is to simply release the information to the public during a time when the economy is rough and we are all finding a means to spread information with little resources.

All eBooks are in PDF format.


Nick’s Numerology Volume 1: Casual Numerology

The first volume describes how to construct a casual Numerology chart using the most popular Numerology system (Pythagorean). This volume includes descriptions for the compound numbers up to 99 and explanations of the various degrees of compatibility between the base numbers. This book also explains techniques that have either not been used elsewhere or have seen little use, such as the “Toolbelt” and how compound numbers and up form “diamonds.” Released May 25, 2017.


10 comments
  1. Hi Nick,
    I have been trying to learn the tarot de Marseille for the last few months and part of this has involved studying numerology for the Minor cards. It has been quite a struggle as there is so much rubbish out there but I have to say what I have read on your site seems really insightful and helpful and I am interested in buying your eBook.
    I would want to print it out and wanted to ask whether it’s possible to buy it in a PDF format to take to my local printers so I can read it out at my leisure and not on the screen.

    Hope you don’t mind my asking and looking forward to hearing from you.

    Best wishes Adam

    • Hi Adam, thank you for your interest. The eBook’s format is PDF by default so you should be able to print the book out at your leisure. Also, if I may suggest, if you are seeking connections between Numerology and the Tarot to check out “Numerology and the Divine Triangle” by Faith Javane. One of the purposes of this book is to lay out the spread with numbers 1 through 78 (the amount of cards in a deck). Hope that helps.

  2. Thanks Nick. I will give the book a try too. I appreciate your taking the time & trouble to respond. Thank you and best wishes, Adam

    • Hi monica, Volume 2 was started but not finished due to a variety of reasons. Ultimately I felt the system that was to be presented had not yet undergone enough testing for practical use (as of this writing). Not all angles have been explored, basically. It may see the light again at some point, depending on what else is going on in my life but currently there is no timetable for it. Thank you for asking.

  3. Hello Nick,
    3 questions:
    1/ Have you read about the “Maia” method of calculation (which takes in consideration the birth name of the mother instead of Father to calculate a theme), and if yes, what is your opinion on that? There is a book written by Wilfrid Pochat and Michel Primaier about it but it is ion French and I have no idea if they translated it. I am studying mostly on this basis and another book by Dan Millman also in French (I am French). But I am interested to learn more.
    2/ Depending on how I calculate my Life path I get either 40/4 or 22. (35/8 with the alternate method)
    Do you believe there is such thing as a “correct” way to calculate it? Or do you believe I should take all three in consideration?
    2/ Where can I find your explanations of each heart, heart key, mind and mind key numbers?…. I re calculated my theme following your method and I am interested to have the meaning of my results 🙂

    Thanks.
    PS: Thanks for mentioning the alternate life path as I had never heard of it and it is very interesting!

    • Hi Isabelle,

      1. I am aware of the Maia method and I do not see any problems with using it. Using multiple systems is a good way to use different perspectives to achieve different understandings of a name. I have gotten some insights from their system as a result. There are English translations available for Volume 1 and Volume 2 of their work.

      2. Numerologists will tend to say there’s a correct way to calculate something. However, the most agreed upon in my experience is the straight across method (m+m+d+d+y+y+y+y). This is an approach that is in line with how the name is also calculated the majority of the time.

      3. If you mean detailed explanations of the heart, heart key etc. of each number, then those are not found on this site. Instead, each number is written with a general description along with its anatomy and it is left to the user to discern the meaning.

      You are welcome about the Alternative Life Path. If you are interested in more about it, then I would recommend checking out Steven Scott Pither’s book, The Complete Book of Numbers. Hope that helps.

  4. Hi Nick, I wanted to start by saying how much I appreciate your work. I wanted to know you do you find your compound number? Thank you!

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