## 8 energy 99II9IOO added 1 8 energy 5 energy

4 energy # # O added 4 energy Misc. O O added 2,7, 11

energy

As you can see, the miscellaneous energies, those energies that don't group with the core energies, form a separate group with the least relative energy.

In the last example, we had 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, and 11 energy. By grouping, we were dealing with five groups instead of nine energies. In the reading, the 3 and 6 energies would be delineated as one group. We're not saying that the 6 energy is only used with the 3 energy. We are saying that it's easier to describe a person's multitudinous characteristics coherently if the similar 3 and 6 traits are spelled out together and the additional 3 and 6 traits are grouped in the same place. But, in life, of course, the 6 energy can be used with any (or all) of the other energies present.

Any energy, of course, may be used with any other energy. Only the individual can know how he or she combines the different energies. Aside from keeping the core visible in the delineation, THE GROUPING OF ENERGIES ADDS TO THE COHERENCE OF THE DELINEATION.

Directing Up to this point, we've assumed that all modifiers add modifiers energy to the core energies. As a matter of fact, most modifiers do just that. Sometimes, they add positive energy—enlarging on the constructive possibilities described by the core potential. Often, the modifiers add negative energy—introducing obstacles or handicaps which tend to block the constructive potential.

There are a few modifiers which serve a different function.

DIRECTING MODIFIERS DIRECT THE ENERGIES DESCRIBED BY THE CORE AND OTHER MODIFIERS. In the reading, these directing modifiers (described in Chapters 19 and 20) are grouped together separately from both the core elements and the other modifiers.

In a typical delineation, then, we'll be dealing with four or Calculation five different energy groups plus the directing modifier group, sheet A good system of organizing our information will be important to the success of the reading. I've found it helpful to use simple symbols to emphasize the core elements:

The Life Path is enclosed with 2 circles

The Expression is enclosed with 1 Vi circles

The Soul Urge is enclosed with 1 circle

The Birthday is enclosed with Vz circle

Figure 10-1 below is a calculation sheet for our old friend, Harlan William Allen, showing only the core elements we developed in Chapter 7.

Date of calculation_c January 1981

Name by which_# HAL ALLEN

person is now known

 calculation 111 9 9 1 1 5 HARLAN WILLIAM ALLEN The Expression (819315 5 9339 14 1 3355

Figure 10-1 Calculation Sheet with Core Elements: Hal Allen

Figure 10-1 Calculation Sheet with Core Elements: Hal Allen

By the time we've completed adding all the modifiers, our calculation sheet will be.bulging with data. It'll look like Figure 10-2 on page 114.

January 1981 HAL ALLEN

5 SUB-ELEMENT WITH 5 LIFE PATH-Chapter 13

3-2 = 1 CHALLENGE

KARMIC DEBT Chapter 11

KARMIC DEBT Chapter 11

\BIRTHDAY\ Chapter 6

-CHALLENGE Chapter 14

FIRST LETTER-^ Chapter 20 \

HARLAN WILLIAM ALLEN

FIRST VOWEL-/

Chapter 20

GROWTH NUMBER-Chapter 15

Chapter 12:

FOUR l'S INTENSITY POINT-2 KARMIC LESSON-

819315 5 9339 14 13355

FIVE 3'S INTENSITY POINT].. 3 PRIME INTENSIFIER '

6 MODIFIED KARMIC LESSON-

7 KARMIC LESSON-

MATURITY

NUMBER-

Chapter 16

-four l's — no 2 -•five 3's one 4 four 5's —-no 6 • —- no 7 ■

one 8 three 9's

-\SOUL URGE] Chapter 5

-SECRET SELF Chapter 17

H EXPRESSION I Chapter 4

-TEMPERAMENT Chapter 19

 PHYSICAL WME 3-Average MENTAL HALANLLAALLN 12-Strong EMOTIONAL RII 3-Average INTUITIVE O-Weak

Figure 10-2 Complete Calculation Sheet: Hal Allen

The organization sheet (Figure 10-3 below) is helpful in clari- Organization fying the energy groups. sheet

Column A lists the different energies from 0 through 22. (Yes, there is one modifier, the Challenge, where the 0 sometimes occurs.)

Column C, the center column, is specially outlined. Here, we list all the energy which, depending on the person's will, can be used with positive or negative potential. This energy includes all the core elements and some of the modifiers.

Column B, the positive energy column, lists the modifiers with an excess of a specific energy, usually indicating a positive potential.

 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 • ■■ -■ ..r ,-» ■ - 7 (r) rfft 8 yy 9 11 22 DIRECTING ^ MODIFIERS © ©

Figure 10-3 Organization Sheet

Figure 10-3 Organization Sheet

PART III: THE MODIFIERS

Column D, the negative energy column, lists the modifiers with a lack of a specific energy or an imbalance which produces a negative potential.

Column E lists the energy group with which each energy will be identified for the purposes of the delineation.

Row F lists the directing modifiers.

### Row G lists miscellaneous information.

Hal Allen's If we start to fill out the organization sheet with the core organization elements describing Harlan William Allen (or Hal Allen for sheet s^ort)' ^ like Figure 10-4 below.

 0 1 2 3 3 4 5 o . 5 - 6 6 7 8 - 9 ® 9 11 22 Monpww

Figure 10-4 Organization Sheet with Core Elements

Figure 10-4 Organization Sheet with Core Elements

An arrow in the left-hand column emphasizes the core element energy groups.

In the right-hand column, each core element will, of course, be identified with the energy group with its own element number.

Let's add Hal's modifiers to the organization sheet (Figure 10-5 on page 118). Instead of naming the modifier, let's use a big black dot for each modifier.

In the right-hand column, we see that most of the energy is grouped with the core energy. Only the 7 energy, shown in parentheses, doesn't closely resemble any core energy. For Hal's delineation, the core and modifier energies would appear like this: