The theory of Chinese I-Ching philosophy is very profound and difficult to understand for most of people. We simplify its numerology of good and bad numbers for baby name application. If the numbers in the following chart are in Blue, they are the good numbers. The numbers in Red are fair.
To apply on baby names, we count how many letters in the name to determine if the name is lucky or not. For example,
Baby Name: James Franklin Peterson
|First name||Middle name||Last name|
You can see that 5, 8 and 8 are good numbers. The next four rules are the combination number between the names. The sum of (1), (2), (3) and (4) must be good numbers.
|Baby Name||Total letters||Lucky ?|
|First name (James)||5||Y|
|Middle name (Franklin)||8||Y|
|First Name + 1 (James) + 1||6||Y|
|First name + Middle name (James) + (Franklin)||13||Y|
|Middle name + Last name (Franklin)+ (Peterson)||16||Y|
|First name + Middle name + Last name||21||Y|
We cannot do anything with the last name. But we can select good numbers for the first name and middle names and make the full name especially lucky. Here we can help you find the magical and good combinations with your baby's last name.
However, this especially lucky name is still not yet the perfect baby name from the Chinese Fortune-Telling view.