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I have always had a fairly good memory when it comes to numbers, and a little research on ‘Pythagoras: the Greek mathematician, philosopher and mystic who was considered the “Father of Numbers”, determining that number was the essence of all things’ produced some unusual and fun facts which made me smile.

Interestingly, I read that numerology can be used to determine a person’s personality, strengths and talents, obstacles, inner needs, emotional reactions and ways of dealing with others! How????..well, in numerology, quite simply all numbers are reduced to the single digits 1 through 9, except the special master numbers 11 and 22. The numbers are reduced by simple addition and for your own personal number just take your date of birth and add each digit until you have a single number e.g. 1st February 2018 would be: 1+2+2+0+1+8 = 14, then  1+4 = 5 as the single number.

The single number is said to define an individual’s personality and character (each having a positive and negative element)…..NOW FOR THE FUN BIT…here are brief listings of traits for each number:

1 Positive Traits: Initiator of action, a pioneering spirit, inventive ideas, strong leadership skills, independent, drives to attain, individualistic style, executive abilities, extraordinary will and determination, courageous.

1 Negative Traits: Overly assertive or aggressive, dominating, impulsiveness, egotistic, boastfulness, wilfulness.

2 Positive Traits: Cooperation, adaptability, considerate of others, sensitive to the needs of others, partnering, an arbiter or mediator, modest, sincere, spiritually influenced, a diplomat.

2 Negative Traits: Shyness, timidity, fear, self-consciousness, drown in detail, depression.

3 Positive Traits: Self-expressive in many ways, verbalization, inspiration and keen imagination, artistic gifts, accurate impressions and insights, never-ending optimism, happy and fun-loving, enjoys life fully.

3 Negative Traits: Scattered energies, exaggeration, unfinished projects, lack of direction, moodiness, self-centeredness.

4 Positive Traits: Strong sense of order and values, struggle against limits, steady growth, highly practical, scientific mind, attention to detail, foundation for achievement, a genius for organization, fine management skills.

4 Negative Traits: Lack of imagination, caught up in detail, stubborn fixed opinions, argumentative, slow to act, too serious, confused.

5 Positive Traits: Expansiveness, new and visionary ideas, quick thinking, versatile and ever-changing, action oriented, curious and exploring, promoting, resourceful in using freedom constructively.

5 Negative Traits: Restless, discontent, edgy temperament and speech, dissatisfaction, too many hasty decisions, impatience, lacking in application.

6 Positive Traits: A strong sense of responsibility, artistic, a nurturing disposition, community oriented, balanced, sympathy for others, a humanitarian, unselfishness, love of home and domestic affairs, freely renders service to others.

6 Negative Traits: Self-righteousness, obstinacy, stubborn, dominates family and friends, meddling, egotistical and susceptible to flattery, outspoken.

7 Positive Traits: Skilled at analysis and research, an intelligent seeker of knowledge, scientific and inventive, studious, meditating, charming personality and demeanour, love of solitude and peace, a perfectionist.

7 Negative Traits: Hidden motives and suspicions, overly reserved, arguments enjoined with silence or sarcasm, isolated, inflexible positions, overly upset by distractions.

8 Positive Traits: Executive character and abilities, political skills, expert handling of power and authority, working for a cause, achieving recognition, exercising sound judgment, decisive and commanding.

8. Negative Traits: Workaholic, overly ambitious, lacking humanitarian instincts, mismanaging money, repressing subordinates, impatient with people, stressed, materialistic.

9 Positive Traits: Heartily friendly and congenial, a hail-fellow, humanitarian instincts, a giving nature, selflessness, obligations, creative expression, readily influenced to do good works, artistic and writing talents.

9 Negative Traits: Self-adulation, scattered interests, possessiveness, moodiness, careless with finances, wanting peer attention.

11 See number 2. Spirituality is emphasised more, but in essence, the 2 traits, positive and negative apply.

22 See number 4. Exceptional projects possible, but in essence, the 4 traits, positive and negative apply.

I will let you decide whether there is any essence of accuracy in these characters, and am certainly not intending revealing my number! In the meantime, I hope you enjoy reading Artizian’s latest edition of Scoop.

Best regards

Alison

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