November, in a Universal 6 Year (2022), is a Universal 17/8 Month.
11 is the ‘Master Number’ in Numerology, and with November being the 11th month of the year, it holds the distinction of being the month that hosts it.
The term ‘Master’ implies the number is not reduced to the number 2 by adding 11 as is usually the case with two-digit numbers. 22 is also a Master Number, the other side of the coin, as it were. However, it finds its origin in 11 because from the 1 comes 2, from source/unity comes duality and so on… So, November has the unique distinction of being a Master Number. It should be noted that, although popularized by some, 33, 44, 55… are NOT Master Numbers.
So, determining the Universal Year and Month is the way this technique in Numerology works. It may appear simplistic but it actually can be demonstrated to be relevant, in a general sense. For example, 6 as a Universal Year (2+0+2+2) implies the deepening or the end of specific trends. The pandemic and the war in Ukraine are good examples, with the former dwindling, while the repercussion of the latter escalates.
An adjoining technique that is much more personally relevant is how to decipher your own personal growth year and month. This is how you calculate it – your personal Growth Year is determined by adding the day and month of your birth plus the current Universal Year.
For example for someone born on February 17 in whatever year, they would calculate as follows: February 17, 2022 = 2 + 1 + 7 + 2 + 0 + 2 + 2 = 16 / 7. So this person would be in a 16/7 Growth Year, which basically implies undergoing a process of change of perception, belief, attitude and behaviour patterns.
Then, to determine the Growth Month that person would add 16/7 to 11 (November), which equals 18/9, which basically implies endings, completions and graduations.