Numbers and their Meanings

One: Number one stands for all that is strong, individual,
and creative. Number one people have an unswerving drive
towards achievement. They are powerful characters, positive and self-reliant, and can be assertive. Most ones are
ambitious and aggressive. They have excellent powers of concentration and good memories, and are natural born leaders and inventors.
As they are extremely independent, ones tend to work
better by themselves. However, a one can be obstinate, and
usually refuses to listen to or follow advice from subordinates.
Forceful and untiring, ones try to dominate everyone around
them, sometimes to the point of tyranny. They are, essentially, people who look after number one. If their egos are
not kept in check, they can become very selfish and willful.
Two: Number two people are gentle, passive, and artistic,
and have soft, sweet natures. Twos are even-tempered lovers
of peace and harmony. They are especially tidy and modest.
The two is usually a follower rather than a leader, and
when twos do get their way, it is usually through persuasion
and diplomacy.
The number two person usually understands both sides
of a situation, so much so that he or she shifts back and
forth, never reaching a satisfactory decision. The two will
likely change his or her mind frequently and put things off
indefinitely. The very sense of judgment that enables them
to give good advice to friends often prevents twos from
making up their own minds. However, with the right friends
and associates, they will go far.

Three: A three person is brilliant, imaginative, versatile, and
energetic. Threes just seem to sparkle and glitter. They tend
to express their ideas boldly, and with great enthusiasm. They
have keen, intuitive minds and can learn quickly. However,
threes have a tendency to take on too much, spread their
energy in too many directions at once, and then not finish
what they have started.
Witty, lively, and charming, they are likely to become successful in life, especially in the arts or spiritual endeavors.
Threes tend to be lucky and seem to succeed without really
trying. The three has fantastic potential and loves to be in
control and tell others what to do.
Four: A four person is earth-oriented, solid, and practical.
Fours may seem to lack the spark of the more creative vibrations because of their efficiency. They are down-to-earth,
calm, steady, and respectable, the pillars of society. They are
cautious and don’t take risks.
Though fours are able to grasp new ideas quickly, they
prefer to study them before making any decisions.
Four people like routine and detailed work. They make
great technicians and researchers. Unfortunately, fours tend
to be grim, repressive, suspicious, and resentful of anyone
whose ways are not like theirs. The four usually gains friends
through honest, hard work, dependability, and constant
effort. Fours will always keep on plugging, and they always
finish what they start.
Five: The five is restless, jumpy, clever, and impatient. Fives
live off their nerves and coffee. They are ambitious and love
to travel, meet new people, and be in different surroundings. People with this vibration are capable, quick, and willing to accept new ideas. They seem to be Jacks-of-all-trades.
The unusual and bizarre fascinate fives, who enjoy gambling,
speculation, and risks. They make excellent salespeople Fives are adventurous, attractive, and quick tempered.
They live for the moment and detest responsibility and mundane activities. They hate to be tied down and committed to
routine tasks. Their lively nature tends to make them a bit
conceited and sarcastic. The five would rather learn the hard
way than take advice from others, which usually leads to setbacks and even misfortune and loss.
Six: Six is the number of harmony, domesticity, and peaceful happiness. They have a great talent for friendship, home,
and family life. Sixes are kind, reliable, and well-balanced
individuals. These are the true homemakers. They just seem
to have the ability to get along with everyone—no matter
what their race, religion, or creed. Sixes love beauty, warmth,
and, above all, home and family. They appreciate the cultured
life and gravitate toward music, art, poetry, and sculpture.
Sixes are loyal, conscientious, idealistic, and affectionate. They are often called upon to fill positions of trust, and
generally live up to the expectations of others. If they do not
find fame, it is because they have become satisfied with what
they already have, and don’t reach for higher pinnacles. Let
a six run your business. He or she will have a way of attracting followers and customers, and will usually be socially
prominent in the community.
Seven: Seven is the scholar, philosopher, and mystic. Intuition is a strong part of a seven’s highly imaginative nature.
Sevens love the mysterious and anything to do with the
occult side of nature. Composers, musicians, students, philosophers, and mystics are nurtured by this number. The
seven tends to withdraw from the world, inspired by solitude. However, Sevens hate obscurity, and will usually blame
the world for their failure to gain prominence. Although
sevens are capable of solving intricate problems, they
seldom understand or really know themselves. The seven has a penetrating intellect, hidden beneath a
dreamy facade that makes them seem fey and strange. Often
extraordinarily bad at explaining themselves, they can be very
frustrating, especially when they get upset at being questioned. If the they can avoid being pessimistic, aloof, and
always disappointed, they will become great teachers and
leaders—sevens naturally inspire loyalty.
Eight: Eight stands for power, money, and worldly involvement. Eight is the number of material success—the steady
builder of vast commercial and industrial development. The
eight puts plans into action, completes them, and then goes
on to something bigger. Eights are strong and forceful. They
always demand and get the most from others. Opposition
does not stop them, and they can be ruthless with rivals and
Strong, practical people, eights make successful businessmen and politicians. They work hard, accumulate money,
and conduct their operations with caution and tenacity. Eight
spells success with dollar marks ($UCCE$$), and thrives on
progress. The weakness with this number lies in petty jealousies, wasted efforts, and indulgence. The eight can easily
become hard, materialistic, and tyrannical. But, when it
comes to money, eights have the true Midas touch.
Nine: The number nine combines influence with intellect.
Romantic, passionate, and impulsive, nines are people of
wide sympathies and great charm. They make brilliant scientists, teachers, and artists. Strong-willed, wild, unorthodox, and impractical, they are always interesting. However,
they can be uncharitable and intolerant when opposed.
More often than not, nines become so involved with
their humanitarian efforts that they overlook the feelings
of those around them. Impatient and impulsive, they move
fast and have explosive tempers. If opposed, they are very uncharitable and intolerant. The only time they are cautious
is when money is involved, but even then their impulsive
nature may give way to generosities not in their best interest.
If nines can learn control and balance there is nothing they
cannot do or achieve.