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    How Does Your Home Add Up?
    by Lew Sichelman
    Believe it or not, your street number affects the activities that go on inside your home.

    Scoff if you like. After all, it is Halloween. But Los Angeles numerologist Pam Bell says that just like a birth date or a name, the number assigned a house when it's built "is the determining vibration of its internal environment."

    In other words, its very own personality.

    To determine your dwelling's character, add all the digits of the house number together and keeping adding them until you reach a single digit. If you live at 7303, for example, add the 7, 3 and 3 to get 13. Then add the 1 and 3 to get 4. (If you live in an apartment, add your unit's digits together.)

    Got it? Good. Now here, according to Bell, is what each house number means:

    The "1" house has an isolated feel to it and is set apart from others in the neighborhood. It's a haven for very strong and fiercely independent people. Innovative ideas flourish, but integrity and determination are necessary to be happy here. Leaders in the community and champions on the underdog frequently reside in "1" domiciles.

    Redefining simplicity, companionship and an air of spirituality characterize the "2" home. Couples, not singles, are happiest here. They enjoy the company of others, as long as they are invited. Competition and aggression in any form aren't welcome within these walls. Tact and diplomacy are practiced regularly, and listening to intuition is a way of life.

    Creativity and sociability flow. Energy is easily scattered and extravagance is always possible in a "3" house. Buckling down to work is difficult, but lots of company both expected and unexpected and good times are guaranteed. The dwellers here have fine creative talent and vivid imaginations. Romance is always present but loyalty is required for happiness.

    The atmosphere is down-to-earth. The "4" home represents security to its inhabitants. The prevailing attitude is practical, particularly regarding home and family. You will always be busy here, either at work or play. There's always something to do around the place, but the results are worthwhile. To be happy living in a "4" home, play by the rules. Do whatever needs to be done and you'll be well respected in the community for your steadiness.

    Progressive and active people enjoy living in a "5" home. Nothing stays the same, not furniture arrangements and not the people under its roof. Routines are difficult to establish. At times, it's Grand Central Station. Flexibility and curiosity are traits that typify anyone who lives happily here. In a "5" home, guard against hasty reactions to events happening inside because situations always change rather quickly.

    The "6" home is a haven, a place to decorate and redecorate. Anyone living her has very strong family ties, honors tradition and loves domesticity. This house is usually populated with children and animals. The surroundings will be improved continually to create the ideal nurturing environment for guests as well as owners.

    When the house number is "7," the residents seek solitude. Entertaining is an occasional and planned event. Surprise visits are discouraged and invitations extended carefully. The interest is self-realization, accumulation of knowledge and spiritual curiosity. Much goes on beneath the surface here. Even though it attracts loners, the house will be happy only if more than one person calls it home.

    The "8" home reflects its owners' financial status, so running it takes an enormous outlay. Whether two bedrooms or 12, it reflects the self-image of those who live here. It attracts folks with different points of view. Business is just as likely to be discussed here as at the office. To be happy, the inhabitants must be known as leaders, not only in their chosen fields, but also in championing causes.

    Compassion, tolerance and spiritual commitment describe those who are happiest in a "9" home. While many emotional experiences happen under its roof, enormous growth also occurs that can produce outstanding creative and inspirational work. Those involved in the arts will be drawn to the "9" home, where they will find love, acceptance and companionship.
    "There's one way to find out if a man is honest-ask him. If he says 'yes,' you know he is a crook." Groucho Marx