Editorial Policy

Ministry of Numerology is devoted to offering objective, evidence-based, and reliable information and guidance on all facets of numerology and related fields.

The subsequent sections delineate our editorial principles, standards, and processes:

  1. Principles
    2.1 Accuracy
    Our content aims for accuracy, balance, and transparency. Information provided is evaluated against the finest available scientific evidence, with sources cited whenever feasible. Any conjecture or opinion within the content will be distinctly marked.
  2. 2.2 Accountability
    Ministry of Numerology holds itself accountable to its audiences, striving for fair dealings. We are open to acknowledging errors and value a culture of learning through user feedback. Additionally, our editorial processes will be transparent.
  3. 2.3 Serving the Public
    The interests of our audiences are prioritized when sourcing and crafting content. We will liaise with relevant professional entities, charities, and other interest groups, ensuring our clients’ interests remain paramount.
  4. 2.4 Taste and Decency
    Our website content is tailored for a general audience, refraining from including material deemed offensive.
  5. 2.5 Impartiality and Diversity of Opinion
    Our content strives for objectivity, impartiality, and fairness. In instances of differing views or lack of scientific consensus, all significant perspectives will be represented, with the uncertainty clearly stated.
  6. 2.6 Privacy
    Upholding strict privacy controls is a commitment. Personal information, including correspondence, will not be divulged without prior explicit consent from the user, unless legally obligated or if disclosure serves the public interest. Consent will be obtained for the use of photographic images.
  7. Standards
    Ministry of Numerology has a committed team of editors with a clear mandate to generate accurate, balanced, and transparent information. No editor, author, or administrator is allowed to provide favored treatment to any partner organization. All editorial staff are required to disclose any financial or other interests in numerology-related companies or organizations.
  8. Staff Training
    Training is provided to all editorial staff to ensure adherence to editorial standards.
  9. Editorial Process
    5.1 Phase 1: Research
    Our content is informed by evidence-based knowledge, derived from direct experience of individuals engaged in industry-specific content. Content authors are required to consult with peer-reviewed research and individuals with direct and current experience in the relevant field.
  10. 5.2 Phase 2: Production
    Post drafting, the content is edited by a member of the Ministry of Numerology team for accuracy, balance, accessibility, tone, common factual errors, spelling, grammar, adherence to house style, overall presentation, and clarity.
  11. 5.3 Phase 3: Policy Sign-off
    Our policies must receive approval from the Chief Executive Officer prior to online publication.
  12. 5.4 Phase 4: Review of Content
    The content on ministryofnumerology.com undergoes systematic review. Major content is reviewed annually, while other content is reviewed at least biennially. User and stakeholder feedback is considered continuously, with immediate amendments to content when necessary.
  13. Appeals Procedure
    In the rare event of a complaint regarding online content that the editor cannot resolve, the matter will be escalated to the Chief Executive Officer.