Numerology

  Numerology

The single primary number from the numerical values of the letters of your name gives you your name number. You can see, then, that it is very much hit-and-miss as to whether your given name will agree with your birth number. This is why we take a new name in the Craft; so that we can have a name number in perfect balance with our birth number. Let's look now at the value attached to the primary numbers.


Number & Letter Chart
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
A B C D E F G H I
J K L M N O P Q R
S T U V W X Y Z -



1: Sun - Fire - Letters A, J, S

Very much the driving life force. A leader. Ambitious. Tends to be impatient. The explorer. The extrovert. Automatically assumes command. Frequently a "big brother" or "big sister". Very strongfeelings either for or against. Would not knowingly hurt anyone but might not realize her/his own strength. Can stand being praised and is entitled to it. Praise can spur to greater things.

Primary Color: Red

Secondary Color: Brown, Yellow, Gold





2: Moon - Water Letters B, K, T

Sensitive, domestic. Tends to be emotional and easily influenced to tears. Has a fertile imagination. Very fond of the home. Patriotic. accepts changes in surroundings. Prefers to live near the water.Often possesses musical talents and would make a very good psychic.

Primary Color: Orange

Secondary Colors: Green, Cream, White





3: Jupiter - Fire - Letters C, L, U

The investigator; the scientist; the seeker. An interest in the material rather than the spiritual. Ideal on religion frequently change. Has a great sense of humor. Not greatly interested in money. Very trusting, yet likes to know the "why" and the "how"

Primary Color: Yellow

Secondary Colors: Mauve, Violet, Lilac



4: Uranus - Air - Letters D, M, V

Inclined to appear strange and eccentric because s/he is usually ahead of her/his time. Very interested in the occult; in psychic research. Inclined to anything out of the ordinary. Strong intuitivetendencies. Can be bitingly sarcastic if crossed. Believed in liberty and equality. Can usually predict the probable outcome of actions and businesses.

Primary Color: Green

Secondary Colors: Blue, Gray





5: Mercury - Air - Letters E, N, W

Active, both physically and mentally. Inquiring, exploring. Fond of reading and researching. Good at languages. Would make a very good teacher, writer, secretary. Makes friends easily. Usually methodical and orderly; adept at simplifying systems.

Primary Color: Blue

Secondary Colors: Light shades of any color





6: Venus - Earth - Letters F, O, X

Gentle and refined; pleasant and sociable. Usually good looking. Natural peacemaker; able to soothe ruffled feelings. Often experiences difficulties in financial fields. Excellent as a host orhostess. Friendly and agreeable.

Primary Color: Indigo

Secondary Colors: all shades of blue




7: Neptune - Water - Letters G, P, Y

Frequently possesses ESP. Extremely "psychic". Introvert. Although s/he does not say much, s/he usually knows a great deal. Mysterious. Often interested in psychology, psychiatry, chemistry and botany. Knowledgeable in astrology and all fields of the occult. Fond of fishing. Inclined to take from the "haves" and give to the "have-nots."

Primary Color: Violet

Secondary Colors: Light shades of Green & Yellow




8: Saturn - Earth - Letters H, Q, Z

Inclined to be cold and pessimistic. Not much sense of humor. Often slow getting off the mark but usually ends up ahead of the game. Successful, especially where money is concerned. Frequentlyconnected with mining, real estate and the law. Also with cemeteries and pawnshops. Believes that hard work never killed anyone. Often prepossessed with thought of the past.

Primary Colors: Rose

Secondary Colors: Dark Gray, Blue, Purple, Black





9: Mars - Fire - Letters I, R

Very emotional. Can be extremely jealous. Active, though rules by the emotions. Tied very much to family background. Loyal. Apt to be suspicious of strangers. Impulsive. Tends to be afraid of the unknown. Often associated with surgery, physical and mental illnesses.

Primary Color: Gold

Secondary Colors: Red, Crimson, Pink



Numerology: The Lore of Numbers
This is most of my notes on Numerology taken from different books. I've noted where everything came from. This page is still under construction as I will be adding more to it as time permits.

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Name Number Info


1 (one)

The Universe; The One; the source of all

The Number one is the number of unity, it is often associated with the Sun and the masculine principle in Nature. It also relates to our stage in life as a newborn, & therefore to the Sun & to the Divine Child. The number one, of course, is preceded by the number zero, a circle. The number one is symbolized by a circle with a dot in the middle.



2

The Goddess and God; the perfect duality; projective and receptive energy; the couple; personal union with deity; interpenetration of the physical and spiritual; balance

The number two is a number of duality. It has been associated with the Moon & its waxing and waning. It also corresponds to that stage in human development when we became aware of others. It represents the Goddess and her consort, and all pairs of complements, balance & harmony. The number two is symbolized by the solar cross.



3

The Triple Goddess; the Lunar Phases; the physical, mental & spiritual aspects of our species.

The number three is sacred to the Goddess and reflects her threefold nature of Maiden, Mother & Crone. For this reason, ingredients in a magick charm are often three in number and spells are repeated three times. The third time's the charm. A triangle symbolizes the number three.



4

The elements; the Spirits of the stones; the winds; the seasons

Four is the number of the Earth plane, of the four directions, the four elements and of the four seasons. It is also the number of the greater Sabbats and of the lesser Sabbats. The number four is symbolized by the Sun Wheel or the square.



5

The senses; the pentagram; the elements plus akasha; a Goddess number
The number five is the number of man. It represents the five senses of sight, sound, smell, taste & touch; the five fingers of the human hand, & the five appendages; the two arms, two legs and the head It also represents the four elements of the number four plus Spirit, which makes up five and all life, which is represented by the pentagram.



6

Six is the number if the Goddess because it is a multiple of three, and it is a multiple of three, and it is often associated with the Goddess in her aspect as a love & fertility goddess, Venus or Freya.

The number six is the total of three and the numbers that preceed it, 1 & 2. This process of adding numbers together to better understand their significance is a practice much used in ceremonial magick, but seemingly forgotten in the natural magick of Wicca & Paganism. It was, however, part of the Magick of Pagan Europe because the practice of repeating a charm once, then twice, then three times ( a total of 6) is still a part of many old European Spells.
The number six is symbolized by the six-pointed star, among other things.



7

The planets which the ancients knew; the time of the Lunar phase; power, protection and magic

Seven is a mystical number, a number of Spirit, and represents the various planes of existence, including the material or Earth plane. It also corresponds to the psychic centers called "chakras," which are associated with points along the central nervous system of the human body. The seventh, or the highest chakra, is receptive to the highest spiritual planes.

The number seven also corresponds to the 7 days of the week, and one week represents one phase of the Moon, or New to the first quarter to full, etc. so that the number 7 is also a number of the Moon.



8

The number of the Sabbats; a number of the God

Eight is a number of power. It represents the Sun and the 8 solar Sabbats, the Solstices and the Equinoxes, and the turning points in between. It is symbolized by the eight-pointed star.



9

A number of the Goddess The Number nine completes the cycle.



13

A fortunate number - The number of lunar months in a year, therefore the ideal number of Witches in a coven.



15

A number of Good fortune



21

The number of Sabbats and Moons in the Wiccan year; a number of the Goddess



28

A number of the Moon; a number of the Goddess



39

( 3 X 13 )



101

The number of fertility



169

( 13 X 13 )

*{+NUMBERS+AND+YOUR+ALTAR+}*

Numbers have been viewed as symbols that hold mystic
significance
since the beginning of time. We love to study them and then
use the
symbols in our daily lives. I am in the process of making a
new altar
for my study room and in deciding what to put on it I came
across the
idea of putting certain things in clusters.

When arranging an altar or the top of a table the number of
items in
your cluster can have a significant feeling and energy to
it. For
instance, placing 2 stones in a group has a much different
feeling
and energy than placing 3 stones. The 3 invokes the Trinity,
whereby
2 would have the energy of yin and yang. Quite a difference
isn't it?

Use the system below in deciding how to arrange your altar
or any
table top in your home. Each number invokes a difference
energy and
feeling.

ONE independence, new beginnings, oneness with life, self-
development, individuality, progress and creativity.

TWO balance of the yin and yang energies (the polarities) of
the
universe; self-surrender, putting others before yourself;
knowledge
comes from the balance of the two opposites.

THREE the Trinity: mind, body and spirit; threefold nature
of
Divinity, expansion, expression, communication, openness and
optimism.

FOUR security and foundations; the four elements, the four
sacred
directions; self-discipline through work and service,
wholeness and
unity.

FIVE feeling free, self-emancipating, physical, impulsive,
energetic,
changing; the free soul; adventurous and resourceful.

SIX self-harmony, compassion, love, service, beauty, the
arts,
generosity, concern and caring; relates to children, balance
and
community service.

SEVEN inner life and inner wisdom; a mystical number
symbolizing
wisdom, the seven chakras and the seven heavens a symbol of
birth and
rebirth, sacred vows, the path of solitude, analysis and
contemplation.

EIGHT infinity, material prosperity, self-power, abundance,
authority
and leadership.

NINE humanitarianism, selflessness and dedicating your life
to
others; a symbol of universal compassion, tolerance and
wisdom.

TEN completion as the number of fingers is ten, symbolic of
return to
unity.

ELEVEN intuition, clairvoyance, spiritual healing.

TWELVE 12 signs of the zodiac, 12 months of the year, 12
hours of the
day and night, 12 Knights of the Round Table, 12 disciples;
balance
of spiritual realm and earthly realm.

TWENTY -TWO unlimited potential for mastery in any area, not
only
spiritual but physical, emotional and mental as well.

THIRTY-THREE ancient mysteries; all things are possible.