find your college major using numerology

It is relatively easy to determine what your college major(s) will be by using numerology.

While there are a number of relevant and insightful calculations (all of which can all be found in the book Numerology:  the practical science by Ed Peterson), the most straightforward calculation for determining your potential major(s) is:

month + day +y+e+a+r of birth

                = college major

 

Some real-world examples:

Marco Rubio was born on May 28th, 1971

May 28th, 1971

5 + 28 +1+9+7+1 = 51 = Law school.

 

 

Rudy Giuliani was born on May 28th, 1944

May 28th, 1944

5 + 28 +1+9+4+4 = 51 = Political science major.

 

 

Buzz Aldrin was born on January 20th, 1930

January 20th, 1930

1 + 20 +1+9+3+0 = 34 = Mechanical engineering major.

 

 

Milton Friedman was born on  July 31st, 1912

July 31st, 1912

7 + 31 +1+9+1+12 = 51 = Mathematics major.

 

 

Howard Zinn was born on August 24, 1922

August 24th, 1922

8 + 24 +1+9+2+2 = 46 = History major.

 

 

Dr. Jonathan Clark

J. C. D. Clark was born on February 28th, 1951

February 28th, 1951

2 + 28 +1+9+5+1 = 46 = History major.

 

 

Carroll O’Connor was born on August 2nd, 1924

August 2nd, 1924

8 + 2 +1+9+2+4 = 26 = Drama major.

 

 

The following is a list of possible majors by the numbers:

 

= Business.

14 = Dietetics.

15 = Taxation.  Commerce.  Retailing.  Advertising.  Marketing.  Selling and sales.  Merchandising and buying operations.  Judaism.  Jewish studies.

18 = Art.  Sculpture.  Ceramics.  Painting.  Drawing.  Illustration.  Astronomy.

22 = Zoology.  Zookeeping.

23 = Entrepreneurship.  Gymnastics.  Physical fitness.  Physical education.  Sports management.  Exercise physiology.

24 = Nutrition.  Dentistry.  Dental  assisting.  Dental hygiene.  German.  Russian.

26 = Cosmetology.  Barbering.  Theatre.  Drama.  Photography.  Journalism.  Photojournalism.  Communications.  Mass communication.  Broadcast journalism.  Public relations.  Radio and television.  Film and photographic art.  Hair styling and design.

28 = Weight lifting.  Gay and lesbian studies.

29 = Architecture.

30 = Soccer.  Tennis.  Golf.  Volleyball.  Badminton.  Interior design.  Fashion design.  Fashion and apparel.  Fiber, textiles, and weaving arts.

31 = Chemistry.  Wrestling.  Risk management.  Martial arts.

32 = Basketball.  Football.  Baseball.  Christianity.

33 = French.  Spanish.  Italian.  Rodeo.  Latin American studies.

34 = Piloting.  Aviation.  Transportation.  Electrician.  Archery.  Air transportation.  Ground transportation.  Truck, bus, and commercial vehicle operation.  Railroad and railway transportation.  Vehicle maintenance.  Automotive mechanics.  Aircraft maintenance.  Airline flight attendant.  Small engine mechanics.  Mechanical engineering.

35 = Insurance.  Insulator.  Track & field.  Cross-country running.

36 = Masonry.  Heavy equipment operation.  Construction management.

37 = Music.  Aquaculture.  Swimming.  Diving.  Sailing.  Bartending.  Musical instruments.  Commercial fishing.

38 = Nursing.  Midwifery.  Culinary arts.  Culinary arts and food service.  Cooking and culinary science.  Massage therapy.

40 = Social work.

41 = Neonatology.

43 = Dance.

45 = Psychology.

46 = History.  Paleontology.  Anthropology and archeology.  Museum studies.  Child development.

47 = Meteorology.

48 = Cartography.  Tourism.

49 = Piano.

50 = Sociology.  Biology.  Ecology.  Geology.  Climatology.  Opera.  Conducting.  Real estate.  Wildlife management.  Environmental studies.  Conservation and environmental studies.  Natural resources conservation.  Demography and population studies.

51 = Mathematics.  Logic.  Ethics.  Law.  Law school.  Legal studies.  Government.  Political science.  Military science.  Police and criminal science.  Criminal justice and law enforcement.

53 = Theology.  Ministry.  Religion.  Religious studies.  Biblical studies.  Missionary studies.

54 = Linguistics.  Audiology.  Genetics.  Engineering.  Surveying.  Statistics.  Data entry.  Data processing.  Military intelligence.  Military technologies.  Artificial intelligence.  Software engineering.  Computer engineering.  Computer programming.  Computer graphics.  Web page and digital design.  Information technology.  Sound engineering.  Recording arts technology.  Multimedia management and webmaster.  Plastics engineering.  Linguistics, interpretation, and translation.

55 = Philosophy.  Literature.  Publishing.  Neuroscience.  Playwriting and screenwriting.  Special education.

56 = Customer service.

57 = Cardiology.

58 = Forestry.  Herbalism.  Medicine.  Pharmacy.  Pharmacology.  Medicine and medical studies.  Medical assisting.  Physician assistant.  Veterinary medicine.  Rehabilitation and therapy.  Physical therapy.  Rehabilitation services.  Hotel and resort management.  Forest and wood sciences.

59 = Radiology.  Toxicology.  Nuclear and industrial radiologic technologies.

60 = Physics.  Geography.  Entomology.  Arabic.  Hinduism.  Islam.  Islamic studies.  Middle Eastern studies.

61 = Alpine skiing.

62 = Plumbing.  Pipefitting.  Ice hockey.  Field hockey.

65 = Finance.  Economics.  Jewelry.  Banking and finance.

66 = Financial planning.  Investments and securities.

68 = Education.  Teacher education.  Middle school education.  High school education.  Teaching assistant.  Graduate studies.  Education studies and research.  School librarian.

70 = Accounting.  Bookkeeping.

73 = Human resources.

75 = Agriculture.  Diagnostics.

85 = Forensic science.  Mortuary science.

 

 

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