Chal·​de·​an | \ kal-ˈdē-ən , kȯl-, käl- \

Definition of Chaldean

1) a: a member of an ancient Semitic people that became dominant in Babylonia

b: the Semitic language of the Chaldeans

2) a person versed in the occult arts

Babylon, the capital city of the Ancient Babylonian Empire. It has history dating back to the 19th century BC. However, Chaldean Numerology can be traced only to about 600 BC.

Chaldean system. The Chaldeans were ancient people who ruled Babylonia from 625 to 539 BC. Therefore, this system is also known as the Babylonian numerology system. Chaldean numerology is used to recognize the energy changes that occur when you or someone else speaks or thinks.


Pandit Sethuraman did extensive research on the Chaldean system and Kabbalah system and found that Chaldean numerology is the only accurate system of numerology in this world. Pandit Sethuraman was the pioneer in this world to give interpretation up to 108 numbers in Chaldean numerology.


Chaldean Meanings - Brief Description

0 – True skills are not opened now, everything is superficial a need to separate the wheat from the chaff.

1 – Self-sufficient and dominating, very strong number.

2 – Flexibility and harmony, adjustability and wholeness.

3 – Changeability in creativity, get ready for ups and downs.

4 – Concentrated and organized employee, associated with order and discipline.

5 – Loves journeys and is filled with creativity, freedom-loving.

6 – Perfect consultant and teacher. Person always has important things to do.

7 - Clever and respectful, inquisitive and moralistic.

8 – Purposeful, aimed at a result, money-oriented and durable.