Your **North Node number(s)**

Michael Eugene Byrne (full birth name)

Mike Byrne (common name)

born November 30th, 1954

at 12:14 a.m. in Newark, Ohio

To find your **North Node number(s)** you overlay your astrological natal/birth chart on the circle grid on page 264 of the book Numerology and the Divine Triangle by Faith Javane and Dusty Bunker, and see which number(s) your North Node lands on (of the 36 possible places one’s North Node can land on: 12 have two numbers (which work synergistically), and the other 24 have one number).

I prefer to use:

On the upper left hand side, click on: Astrology Atlas Query

And on the submenu, click on: Time Zone Atlas, Horoscope of the Moment

Type in the city (location) of birth

Click on the correct state (location) of birth

Enter the birth data and click: continue

Click on: Extended Chart Selection

Tick the box: always use True Node

Click on: Click here to show the chart

On this site, the North Node looks somewhat like a light blue horseshoe.

Mike’s North Node at 5 degrees in Capricorn is in the third decan (last 10 degrees) of the fourth house. So his North Node numbers are **40 **and **44**.

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Your **South Node number(s)** and **North Node number(s)**

Astrologically one’s South Node tells you what has always worked for you in the past and what your normal approach to life is. Whereas astrologically one’s North Node points the way toward your continuing growth and development as a person. Engaging the approach to life indicated by one’s North Node is challenging but rewarding.

Similarly, one’s South Node number tells you numerologically what approach to life has always worked for you in the past, while numerologically one’s North Node number indicates what approach to life will further your continuing growth and development as a human being.

Astrologically one’s South and North Nodes are 180 degrees (or exactly 6 signs) apart. Similarly, numerologically one’s South and North node numbers differ by 28 (two suits of the tarot).

Numerologically the Node numbers range from 23 to 78. So if your North Node number is between 23 and 50, then you add 28 to your North Node number to find your South Node number. If your North Node number is between 51 and 78, then you subtract 28 to find your South Node number.

For example:

Michael Eugene Byrne born November 30^{th}, 1954 at 12:14 a.m. in Newark, Ohio.

His North Node is at 5 degrees in the sign of Capricorn in the third decan (last ten degrees) of the 4^{th} house, and his South Node is at 5 degrees in the sign of Cancer in the third decan (last ten degrees) of the 10^{th} house.

Using the chart on page 264 of the book Numerology and the Divine Triangle by Faith Javane and Dusty Bunker reveals this his **South Node numbers **are **68 **and **72** (third decan of the 10^{th} house), while his **North Node numbers** are **40 **and** 44** (third decan of the 4^{th} house). His normal 68/72 approach to life (perhaps as a lifelong student (68) who is thrifty (72)) has already been learned, and though it is challenging (but rewarding) – for his personal growth and development his North Node numbers (40/44) call him to be helpful and of service (40) and to be self-aware, to meditate and to have his finger on the pulse of what’s happening (44).

In determing the North Node #’s how do you get to the 40 and 44 numbers from the 5 Degree in 3rd decan numbers ??

By overlaying his astrological natal chart on top of the circle grid on page 264.

His natal North Node, using equal houses, is in the 3rd/last decan of the fourth house.

On page 264 of the book Numerology and the Divine Triangle by Faith Javana and Dusty Bunker, the number 40 and 44 are in the 3rd/last decan of the fourth house.

So Mike’s North Node numbers are 40 and 44.

I just bought the book you mentioned above and your book from Amazon. Thank Ed

Thanks Micheline. Hope you enjoy it!!!

Let me know if you have any questions.

ed

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