What’s in a Number?

“The world is built upon the power of numbers. The entire universe is composed of mathematical patterns and all things can be expressed in numbers, which correspond to universal vibrations. These numbers determine our personalities, destinies and fortunes of the individual.” Pythagoras

The above grid is known as the Pythagorean Method, it is an alpha numeric system that matches each number to several letters. The Pythogorean Method is used in the west, while the Chaldean Method is used in the East.

When you add up all the numbers of the letters in your name you get a compound number, when broken down to a single digit you get your destiny number, I call it your Earth Contract, what you came to accomplish.

Your birthdate when added up will also add to a compound number, broken down will give you a single digit that reveals your lifepath number, which describes your talent and skillset. These are two of the most important numbers that help you understand yourself.

The numbers below gives you a characteristic of each number that describes the positive and negative aspects. Numbers are vibration and aligned to people shows people own a vibrational energy that draws or repels you vibration, which is why numbers are the original law of attraction; in that certain number vibrations are attracted to your number vibration while others you repel. Learn these vibrations to read yourself and others.

Zero represents the Cosmic Egg, the primordial Androgyne – the Plenum. Zero an empty circle depicts both the nothingness of death and yet the totality of life contained within the circle. As an ellipse the two sides represent ascent and descent, evolution and involution.  It is the ultimate mystery, the incomprehensible Absolute. It relates to Non-existence; no-thingness; the unmanifest; the unlimited; the eternal.

Zero is a powerful number which brings great transformational change, sometimes occurring in a profound manner. It has much intensity, so caution is needed wherever it appears to ensure that extremes are not encountered.

ONE is the Monad and symbolizes the BEGINNING, Alpha number of Creation, Initiation. One belongs to the star of our universe : the Sun. 1’s are original, fiercely independent, they are achievers and leaders, bosses and authoritarian figures. It is a masculine energy that commands power, a dominant alpha vibration lead by the Id, the ego and represents Will. In it’s highest aspect it represents Unity and Wholeness with the Creator. It’s opposite is selfishness, narcissism, arrogance, controlling and intimidation.

TWO is the Duad, it symbolizes the ‘PEACEMAKER’, known for diplomacy and partnership. Two represents the ‘Law of Opposites’, it assimilates and reconciles to bring balance. Two is the understanding that what is ‘Above is also Below’. It is sensitive, intuitive, analytical and Feminine. It also means law is the matrix of order. Two reflects the High Priestess in the Major Arcana of the Tarot; She corresponds to our intuition, the mysterious, the hidden and arcane, the cosmology of union between causation and negation. She who understands the mystery of both dark and light, the cosmic and the mundane. The moon is ruled by the number Two. Two is the only even prime number. It is the subconscious and element is water. It’s planet (satelite) is the moon.

TWO ENERGY is partnership, companionship, relationship, the two that becomes ONE, the pair of opposites, polarity, duality that is brought into BALANCE. Two reconciles and integrates, and makes for peace and harmony. Interaction is Interdependence. Our work is to get back to UNITY, to KNOW that what you SEE in Others resides also on some level in the Self. Division has it’s purpose in showing us ALL the components that make the whole. The good versus the bad, the necessary evil that propels the strong to move onward or swallows the weak to repeat it’s planetary karma. It’s opposite is division, chaos, insensitivity and criticism.

THREE is the Triad, it represents ‘The Communicator’, it is creatively expressive and exspansive. Three is a Prime number, it’s mission is to illustrate that “reality” is what we make it. Three’s are natural born entertainers, people persons, their energy is jovial, dramatic and optimistic. Three’s tend to be lucky in life and will attract good fortune, in the Tarot Major Arcana 3 is represented by the Empress card of fertility and abundance. She is symbolic the World of Form, manifestation, and Love. She is the Creatrix, Perserver and Destroyer. The Empress symbolizes the actualization of creation in every realm of life. She is the world of form and her blessings brings growth, abundance, joy of life, comfort and success. It’s opposite is gossip, unfinished projects, confusion, negativity, wasted energy and resources.

Four is the Tetrad, it is the builder, and it represents foundation, construction, and stability. 4 is the hard worker, serious, practical, managerial and organizing. It is the builder, the mason, the architect; its mission is construction, organization and management. The 4 vibration is practical, dependable and serious.

Four in the Major Arcana of the Tarot is the Emperor who signifies leadership, responsibility,  and dependability. His throne represents a solid foundation of security. He represents self mastery and control of his environment.

Four invokes the grounded nature of all things. It is the number of the great elements: air, fire, water, earth; which correspond to us as reason, passion, emotion and stability. There are 4 great regions of the earth: North, South, East and West. 4 represents the four regions of day, morning, noon, evening and midnight. The 4 seasons of the year: spring, summer, fall and winter. The 4 lunar phases: new moon, quarter moon, full moon, waxing moon.  It’s opposite is dogmatism, criticism, anal, self righteous, argumentative, petty, jealous, judgmental, unforgiving.

Five is the Pentad it is the nonconformist, individualistic adventurer, Five’s carry the magical, magnetic mystique that encourages us to experience the wonders of life. Multi-talented and resourceful they are usually an excellent conversationalist as five rules the fifth or throat chakra. Five holds a magnetic and sensual quality about them, they are healers and the hot lovers of numerology. Five is able to unite the material and spiritual realms to extract truths as they are also very scientific and analytical.

Five is the first number to combine odd and even. Five represents change, travel and adventure. Five signifies opportunity, resourcefulness and risk. It demands that one look to both the material and spiritual world in order to extract the truth.  Five is versatile, persuasive, entertaining, scientific and analytical. Five carries the magical mystique of quintessence that helps us experiences the wonders of Life. This vibration teaches to be flexible and adaptable. It’s opposite is lying, immoral behavior, disorganized, over analyzation, narcissistic, argumentative and irresponsible.

Six is the Hexad, the number of the Romantic, it stands for Love, family and community service. It is the number that protects, provides and nurtures. It loves beauty and harmony in all expressions. Generally a very affectionate vibration they may take on the burden of others unnecessarily. Loyal, diplomatic and compassionate, they have an eye for business endeavors and a talent for making money as they need money to be providers. They can be psychic and artistic, many possess talents as musicians and singers. Six are arm chair philosophers and innate teachers, counselors and educators. It’s opposite is lying, passive aggressive behavior, micro managing, abandoning responsibilities, low self esteem, envy, interference and criticism.

Seven is the Heptad or Septad; the intellectual ‘deep thinker’, the spiritual archeologist, mystic, investigator, introspective and analytical loner. Discriminating, intelligent and different, they are innate geniuses, specialists and great researchers. They are observers, hermits, perfectionists, consultants, problem solvers, military strategists, and professors. It’s opposite is self righteousness, jealousy, hermetical, indifference, interference, anal, and disingenuous.

Eight represents the Ogdoad, it symbolizes the principle of domination, control, and achievement. It is the executive decision-maker. The 8 tends to be rather formal, stern, and hard-headed. More comfortable in the realm of material, tangible facts, the 8 will be truly exceptional as soon as it develops its spiritual connection and intuition. A natural leader with a good grasp of how to accomplish any goal, it must learn compassion.

Eight represents entrepreneurship, wealth, success and status. It is a karmic and cyclic number representing new beginnings. It is a number of power, professionalism, domination, authority, achievement and owns an alpha personality that may be direct and blunt. It’s opposite is control, mental and physical abuse, materialistic, jealousy, violent.

Nine represents the Ennead, 9 is the Humanitarian and symbolizes divine wisdom, It is the ‘old soul’, the higher self, the teacher, the mystic. In the Higher Secrets of the tarot it is the Hermit sage that obtains enlightenment, revelation and inspiration. It is a universal number of global perspective, consciousness and philosophy, it is a number of completion, totality, finality, the end of a round of cycles: OMEGA.

It is a selfless number given to service to others, it is a healer and a multi-talented entertainer. 9 is also the Warrior and Patriot; it brings War and destruction ruled by Mars, but the 9th (dwarf) planet from the sun is Pluto. All numbers add to 9 ( 1+8,2+7,3+6,4+5,5+4, 6+3, etc. even 99. It is the single digit master number that can do it all. It’s opposite is aggression, temperamental, issue with authority, judgmental, quick tempered, reactive.

Master Numbers

Master Numbers carry exceptional energy as they carry the same number doubled in it’s power. People who carry this vibration came to earth with a special mission to bring evolution to humanity. They are usually highly creative, intuitive and multi-talented.

The number Eleven is a “master” number in numerology because the vibratory rate of 1 is doubled in its power, representing rare and exceptional energy. It is a number of enlightenment and intuition. 11’s are sensitive to vibrational frequencies, and are known to be chanellers and mediums, they have prophetic talent and spiritual vision. They are reflective, thoughtful souls, magnetic, charming, artistically talented and may end up famous. 11’s have an interest in holistic healing, metaphysic’s, public service and are generally humanitarian. Embarrassing intimate public revelations, head in the clouds, phobia’s.

The Number Twenty Two is called the Master Builder in form because is equated with the 4 energy which is foundation, construction and stability. Because 2 is doubled in it’s power it represents exceptional energy. It is a number of government, philanthrophy, universal transformation, and expansiveness. When it senses its full capacity as a MASTER BUILDER, it can achieve what is barely imaginable.

It can turn the most ambitious dreams into reality. It is intuitive yet practical. It is unlimited yet disciplined. It has many of the intuitive and inspirational insights of the 11, combined with the practicality and methodical nature of the 4. It sees the archetype, and brings it down to earth in material form. It has big ideas, great plans, idealism, leadership, and enormous self-confidence. This vibration may lead you out into the world scene to make great achievements and accomplishments. It is predisposed to pitfalls such as treachery from hidden enemies and over sensitivity.

Thirty Three is a Master Number of the Christ, the World teacher and also the Martyr, because it teaches and comforts others. It represents self sacrifice to aid the needs of others that need them. 33 is a highly expressive and creative number. It is a number that protects and provides for family; it is often lead to take on activities and concerns on the community as it is known as the ‘little humanitarian’. Scattered energies and love triangles.