Zero among all the numbers is of particular importance. While this number was unknown when the numerology arose, its meaning was always hovered among other numbers and waited to be discovered.
Zero is the personification of emptiness. It is an unfilled space that gives us almost infinite possibilities. A blank page to write down. Slow, not yet directed energy. It is a secret force, neither good nor bad, waiting for the value we will give it.
Zero also means what has not yet been revealed. It is also the source because it is where all begins. Zero is unlimited potential and strength that cannot be compared to anything else in the universe.
It is the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end.
Although it has no value in itself, when combined with other numbers, it multiplies their value.
To explore the meaning of this number means to listen to your intuition and self to find answers, in your soul.
One is the first number in ancient numerology. It means independence and indivisibility. One piece. There are no ulterior motives. It means the truth itself, visible at first glance.
As an indivisible and odd number, it also symbolizes harmony in the universe and in ourselves. In geometry, the designation of one is a point. By placing it inside the circle, we get the symbol of the sun. The beginning and the truth. Divinity.
One also means competition. Healthy competition drives technological and social development, so number one is also a symbol of progress.
Personal development enables us.
To share the philosophy of one means to develop, to move forward, also in a spiritual sense.
Two in numerology have a very extensive and special meaning. It symbolizes the duality of all things, of all existence. Good and bad, light and dark, truth and falsehood, body and soul.
It means the harmonious complementation of opposites, a balance of power and dissimilarity.
Two have a very close relationship with nature. In Greek mythology, it is ascribed to Artemis and Hecate. These goddesses have a dual nature and are identified with the unbridled violent forces of nature. Two is magic, night and spells, non-obvious illusions, and dreams.
It is also a symbol of a couple, the union of a woman and a man. Love, both pure and gentle and violent, fueled by mad desire.In Far Eastern philosophy, two are Jin and Jang - balance, tolerance, dialogue, and the desire for peace.
The three, despite many other meanings, primarily symbolize the connection between the three layers of reality: the world of people, gods, and the land of the dead. In Greek mythology, the number three is attributed to Hermes, the creator of the Tarot. Number three is, in fact, secrets, often dark and terrible, which is why it is also considered a symbol of secret societies and organizations. If two symbolize the magic of nature and spells, then three is a symbol of occultism, divination, esotericism, and alchemy. People seeking secret knowledge or connecting with the world of gods or the dead should pay special attention to the number three. Due to the combination of the three layers of reality, the three can send prophetic dreams, convey the will of the gods and lead people to the kingdom of the dead. It sends people successful coincidences and teaches them how to resolve disputes and choose the right path. The Three is the patron saint of trade, profit, and travel.
In some cultures, the number four is considered unlucky. Especially in Japan, where it is equated with death. Despite this dubious reputation, four carries a very solid and positive meaning in numerology.
Four is a stoic symbol of responsibility, practicality, and fortitude. In the zodiac, the Astrology sign Cancer is associated with the number 4. Cancer is the fourth sign and strives to create a secure environment. It is also staunchly dedicated to its home and the protection of its loved ones.
Those who are strongly aligned with the energy of the number 4 have external strength that serves to protect their soft interiors which are often wracked with worry about work and other material matters.
Its sacred geometry is square, sturdy, solid, and balanced. From a “square deal” to a “square meal,” the idea that life is best approached with “feet planted squarely on the ground” speaks to the values of stability and reliability that are the vibrational signature of a 4.
Number 5 is a master of change, able to go with the flow and adapt itself to thrive in different environments and social situations. Five represents wisdom, courage, self-confidence, and equality.
In geometry, five is, of course, a pentagon that represents universal proportions that are the fundamental principle of beauty and harmony.
In Greek mythology, it is Athena who is assigned the number five. Athena is the goddess of wisdom, victory, patroness of heroes, artisans, philosophers, poets, artists, musicians, doctors, and teachers.
She is characterized by the gift of prophesying and fortune telling. Athena is the wisest of all divine beings. She guards democracy and demands holy and unconditional worship of the gods.
The five symbolize the world tree, the harmony of the cosmos, and the universe.
People with the number five are curious about the world and love to experiment.
They can quickly adapt to new conditions. Whether something changes by choice or by chance, this number can easily shift gears and direct its attention and energy toward its new circumstances.
The six symbolize, among other things, harmony, the highest authority, order, bonds, and care.
This number is a guardian, a guardian, and, above all, a ruler.
In Greek mythology, the six is associated with five gods: Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Demeter, and Hestia. Each of these characters has its own individual characteristics, just as six can have many meanings. The six, however, primarily represent harmony, power, and care.
Considering Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades as six, we get the number 666, which, although now recognized as a symbol of the beast, in Greek mythology means absolute power over the world. Zeus ruling over heaven and earth, Poseidon over the oceans, and Hades whose domain is the land of the dead. In Demeter, we can see such features of the six as authority, a sense of personal dignity, and determining harmonic proportions.
Demeter is a gracious welfare giver, feeds the hungry, and sends satisfaction out of the blessings of life. She is also the goddess of nature and fertility.
In turn, Hestia is the guardian of the unquenchable fire that unites the world. It symbolizes hierarchy and harmony throughout the space of the universe. He takes care of the house, warmth, and family hearth.
Seven is the opposite of six. When the six means perfect harmony, the seven symbolizes the overthrow of the laws of world harmony. In geometry, a seven is represented by a heptagon, with at least one angle always having an infinite value. It is a denial of harmony.
The Seven has the ability to transform the material substance of the universe. It is also strongly related to the real world.
This number is characterized by creativity, although it is more technical than artistic. The Seven is change, inventions, technology, the pursuit of knowledge, the desire to change the world, but also justice, rebellion, and morality.
People with the characteristics of seven are excellent at analyzing facts and predicting sequences of events with great accuracy. They want a just social structure and a safe world without war and struggle. If they are consumed by fire, it is the right one that drives positive change. In Greek mythology, the seven is attributed to Hephaestus and Prometheus.
The Eight is characterized by persistence, focus on the goal, and powerful willpower. This number is close to artists, lovers, and doctors because it symbolizes healing, creativity, and the pursuit of the unattainable ideal of love. The numerological eight tries to contradict destiny and predefined logic in its entirety. It creates a harmony of sounds, words, colors, and images in the universe. People with the characteristics of eight will do almost any task entrusted to them. They are titans of work thanks to their extraordinary willpower and concentration. They consider art and creativity to be the sense of existence and the greatest value in the world. In Greek mythology, the gods marked with this number are Apollo and Dionysus. They both have a strong relationship with art and nature, but not the wild one represented by Artemis, but tame and transformed for our enjoyment. In addition, Apollo helps people find their destiny and can predict the future.
While the eight is striving for the unattainable ideal of love, the nine is the embodiment of love and its related matters.
It is characterized by beauty, sensitivity, and altruism.
Nine symbolizes eternal youth, it is a source of energy that drives love and desire.
In Greek mythology, it is personified by Aphrodite. The oldest goddess is considered the most beautiful. It is guided by instincts and feelings.
Nine people are very sensitive and emotional. They care for the people around them and look after them. They can't stand injustice. They are very kind and obliging.
They also have a remarkable gift for mending interpersonal relationships.
Nine is a symbol of love that spans the entire universe. Spiritual and carnal love. Selfless love, is conditioned by pure instincts, regardless of logic or profit.