### So you’ve lost your keys?!

We feel for you!

Which is why we’re sharing a little known Numerology hack for locating lost objects. This one truly is magical, and no, we don’t know quite why it works, only that it does. Every time!

## The Numerology Method for Finding Lost Objects

The method is super-simple.

1. Think about the object you have lost. See it in your mind’s eye. Imagine holding it, imagine it’s weight in your hand.

2. Next, think of nine numbers between 1 and 9.

3. Write them down.

4. Add them together, and reduce until you get either a single, or a two-digit number.

5. Once you have your number (or numbers) look it up on the chart below and you will have your clues as to where your lost object is lurking!

Here’s an example:

Imagine you scribbled down the numbers 9, 3, 4, 7, 1, 9, 1, 3, and 8, you would add these together and get a result of 45, or 9. So you can look at both of these numbers for your answer.

## Numerology of Lost Objects Number List

(The numbers 1 through 5 do not apply).

• 6 (six): It is near cleaning materials or footgear. Be careful not to blame someone else.
• 7 (seven): It is near items of clothing.
• 8 (eight): Someone you do not like will bring it to you.
• 9 (nine): Somebody young has hold of it, but they may not realize. It will be returned back to you as a gift.
• 10 (ten): Look for it in the room you spend the most time in during your waking hours (this won’t necessarily be )in your own house.
• 11 (eleven): The object is close to a large body of water, such as the ocean, a lake, or a pond.
• 12 (twelve): It’s somewhere safe, and you will find it when you are looking for something else. Do not look for it right now.
• 13 (thirteen): The object is in the wardrobe where you keep your clothes, possibly in a hat or shoebox.
• 14 (fourteen): It is underwater, and you may need a plumber to get it back. If the object is made of fabric, look among your umbrellas, coats, and head or neckwear.
• 15 (fifteen): The object is near animals or things kept for animals. A child will be involved with the recovery of it.
• 16 (sixteen): The object is permanently gone. Without being consciously aware of it, losing it was something you desired.
• 17 (seventeen): It is close to some other expensive items which are stored somewhere small.
• 18 (eighteen): The object is close to soft objects like pillows, clothing, towels, or blankets. You will find it and lose it again, but the second time you won’t recover it.
• 19 (nineteen): It’s near your house, but not close to any water. Look for it near dry earth or sand.
• 20 (twenty): The object is inside the house, close to water. Look in the bathroom around the sink, bath, or the water boiler.
• 21 (twenty-one): You will find it in a small storage compartment. Look inside a filing cabinet, briefcase or purse.
• 22 (twenty-two): You will find it soon. Pay close attention to your dreams for a sign.
• 23 (twenty-three): It is close to where you are at the moment, possibly under or inside furniture.
• 24 (twenty-four): Look in places where you have stored it in the past. Also, ask other members of the household to look for it as they may have a better chance of retrieving it.
• 25 (twenty-five): It is not far away from you.It is surrounded by something white, or a source of light.
• 26 (twenty-six): An older man knows where the object is, but he may not know that you’re looking for it. He could be a relative.
• 27 (twenty-seven): The object has been damaged. Look in the garage, maybe inside a car.
• 28 (twenty-eight): Someone else has found it. They do not want to give it back, so you must release your ownership of it. This is a Karmic Lesson in detachment.
• 29 (twenty-nine): It will be returned to you by someone you are close to, likely either an elderly person or a very young child.
• 30 (thirty): The object was lost when you were with children, possibly doing something creative. Look among toys or art materials.
• 31 (thirty-one): The object is not far from the hose, close to moving water. You will find it.
• 32 (thirty-two): It’s in a high place. Look outside the house on a window ledge.
• 33 (thirty-three): The object is near a religious artifact that has been stored. Also, look where you keep Christmas decorations.
• 34 (thirty-four): It is in your house or workplace, close to a source of light or heat.
• 35 (thirty-five): It is near running water inside the house. But you won’t be able to see it unless you move things around.
• 36 (thirty-six): The object is in the possession of someone you are close to. Look in the closets and storage places of the other people you live with.
• 37 (thirty-seven): Look near a religious artifact in your house, or in the house which is situated to the east of where you are.
• 38 (thirty-eight): The object is out in the open and visible It was lost whilst you were making a regular visit, such as to a grocery store, friend’s home, or your place of work.
• 39 (thirty-nine): It is in a place high up, surrounded by objects relating to play or creativity.
• 40 (forty): It is surrounded by soft material. It could be wrapped up safely in some protective packaging.
• 41 (forty-one): It is low down in a storage space, possibly close to footwear.
• 42 (forty-two): It is in a place where cooking happens, but probably not in your own house. Enquire at restaurants, cafes or other eating places you have been.
• 43 (forty-three): It is near a bed, lounge or sofa. Look in the places where you rest, particularly between folded sheets or blankets.
• 44 (forty-four): The object is in a dirty or dusty place, or in a part of the house that is being remodeled. Expect a worker to uncover it.
• 45 (forty-five): You pass the object closely every day, so keep your senses open for it.
• 46 (forty-six): Ask a co-worker that you feel close to about the object, but wait a few days from now.
• 47 (forty-seven): More than one person knows where the object is located, but someone isn’t being truthful. Question the people around you closely.
• 48 (forty-eight): The object is close to water or cooking utensils. Try looking where you store alcoholic beverages.
• 49 (forty-nine): The object has been badly damaged, and the chances of recovering it are slim. Don’t bother looking for it.
• 50 (fifty): Since you lost the object, it has been moved. Look thoroughly inside transportation vehicles.
• 51 (fifty-one): It is in a church or another place of worship. Or, it could be in a place of healing, such as a hospital or treatment center.
• 52 (fifty-two): At least one person has handled the object since you lost it. It is likely someone you have never met, though they are close to someone you know well.
• 52 (fifty-two): At least one person has handled the object since you lost it. It is likely someone you have never met, though they are close to someone you know well.
• 53 (fifty-three): You are going on a trip, and the object will be found during your absence. You’ll get it back on your return.
• 54 (fifty-three): The object is being carried around transferred from one place to another.  You will recover it, but it may take a while.
•  55 (fifty-five): The object has been moved by water. You will find it, but not when you’re expecting to.
• 56 (fifty-six): You need to retrace your steps right now. Even if you lost the object several days ago, you have recently passed by it again. There may be water is nearby.
• 57 (fifty-seven): You lost the object whilst playing sports. Look inside the pockets of sports gear.
• 58 (fifty-eight): Your chances of recovering the object are slim, as you are the victim of someone else’s greed or anger.
• 59 (fifty-nine): The object is in a dry and dark place, probably a small cupboard. Look for it around food or cooking utensils.
• 60 (sixty): There is no chance of recovering the object.
• 61 (sixty-one): The object is likely exposed to the elements. Try looking in the basement, elsewhere underneath the house.
• 62 (sixty-two): You lost it a considerable distance away from the house, and you will likely not get it back.
• 63 (sixty-three): The object is in a storage place you have long forgotten about, surrounded by old things.
• 64 (sixty-four): You’ll find the object when you clean or reorganize your house. There is no need to look for it now.
• 65 (sixty-five): You will pass by it in the next few hours, however, your chances of finding it are slim.
• 66 (sixty-six): The object has most likely been stolen from you. The thief can be recognized by their damaged hand or foot.
•  67 (sixty-seven): The object will be returned by a younger (probably female) family member.
• 68 (sixty-eight): The object has already been lost twice. Someone found it, and has lost it before returning it to you. (This won’t be admitted to). A third person will find it and then you’ll get it back.
• 69 (sixty-nine): The object is a considerable distance from your house. It has been found, but the person who has it doesn’t know it is yours. Call friends or relatives you have recently visited.
• 70 (seventy): The object is not lost, it’s simply been mislaid. Try looking near study materials.
• 71 (seventy): The object is close by, possibly near to printed materials. You will find it when you relax.
• 72 (seventy-two): Look in vases, bowls, jars, or other containers that have an open top.
• 73 (seventy-three): The object has most likely been taken from you illegally. Consider involving the police or another official.
• 74 (seventy-four): It will be returned to you by someone whom you have not respected, or whom you have treated with some injustice.
• 75 (seventy-five): The object will be returned to you, but it will be damaged.
• 76 (seventy-six): The object is in the kitchen or pantry. Look near flour products.
• 77 (seventy-seven): It will be found and returned to you, yet only once you have done the potential finder a favor. Don’t spend too much time searching now.
• 78 (seventy-eight): The object is close to animals. But it is damaged, and the chances of finding it are slim.
• 79 (seventy-nine): The object is in a metal container like a tin can tiffin box.
• 80 (eighty): It has been locked away with some other items. It is now in a container inside another container. You will find It when you are not looking.
• 81 (eighty-one): It went out with the garbage; you will not be able to retrieve it.

So… Did you find it? Drop us a comment below and share your story! Happy hunting!

Katherine Anne Lee is a writer, truth-teller and edge walker. She specializes in reading, and guiding others through the energetic patterns and rhythms that spiral through our worlds. Katherine has spent almost a decade training in the lunar mysteries, and European Shamanic Practice, gathering extensive knowledge and experience in these esoteric arts. She offers practical tools and methods to help modern humans use and integrate this ancient wisdom, in a rapidly evolving world. Visit The Moon School

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