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Another point to which attention is invited is about fixing the real date of birth. For civil and military purposes, the date changes at 12 midnight.

An eminent numerologist has advocated that we should for the purpose of fixing the number of a person, use the date which was at noon preceding his birth. Thus say if a man is born on 9th August 1931 at 8 a.m. in the morning we should not take him as number 7 because he was born on the 7th, but take him as number 6, because at noon preceding his birth, it was 6th.

We, however, differ from the above method. In the Hindu system the date or the day of the week does not change at 12 midnight but at sunrise. The day is reckoned from one sunrise to the next sunrise. So we have found better results by taking the date as on the preceding morning. Thus according to this system, if a person is born at 1 a.m. on the night of the 23rd- morning of 24th September, we shall take him as number 5 because 23 = 2+3 = 5 and not as number 6 because 24= 2+ 4 = 6. Readers who are born on this day or at night before 12 o clock have no difficulty in fixing their number because numerologically  as well as the calendar, their number would be the same. The question whether to take the actual calendar date or the previous sunrise date arises only in the case of those who are born after 12 midnight and before the next sunrise. We have given the Hindu view that the sunrise is an actual phenomenon heralding the commencement of the day and changing the date at 12 midnight is merely a convention of convenience. Readers are requested to examine their past and experiment with the future dates and fix for themselves as to which number responds most.