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Short introduction to NUMEROLOGY

What is numerology?
Numerology is the study of the symbolism of numbers. It is used to determine a person’s personality, strengths and talents, obstacles, inner needs, emotional reactions and ways of dealing with others.

Numerology can be a tool that helps you to understand yourself and loved ones better. You can also use numerology to examine your life, take advantage of unexplored opportunities, where to go next in life.

How do find your number?
It is many ways that is used to calculate your life path number. The most used one is birthdate+month+year.

Example: 8th February 1968 = 8+2+1+9+6+8 = 34 = 3+4 = 7.
or: 30th December 1993 = 3+0+1+2+1+9+93 = 28 = 2+8 = 1 + 0 = 1.

The life path numbers you can get is 1 - 9. You can also get what is called “master numbers” which is 11, 22 and 33. If you calculate your life path number and get 22 or 33, you don´t need to split it up to 2+2 = 4 or 3+3=6. Also if your last calculation ends up to be 11, you don´t need to split up that one either.

Example: 30th December 1994 = 3+0+1+2+1+9+9+4 = 29 = 2+9 = 11.

What does your life path number mean?
Life path 1
- A life of action and achievement, very active, original and creative. Independent and very much a leader. Must be more self sufficient, make own decisions and use talents. 

Life path 2 - A life of co-operation, loving, warm, do not like to be alone and can be extremely supportive in friendships and partnerships. They need to learn not to put themselves above others and not to be over-emotional in their relationships. 

Life path 3 -The most creative of people, can be fun loving and enjoy socializing, more than any other number. Very bright, full of ideas. Need to use talents and self expression or they become very moody and depressive, can be very jealous. 

Life path 4 - A life of hard work and effort but they do provide for their family. Great at organizing and making things work. Must apply themselves to work and detail and not put off doing things and avoid letting arguments get out of hand. 

Life path 5 - A very varied and changeable life, they need freedom to achieve success. A life of travel, change and opportunity on all levels. Can mis-use their freedom or be lazy, can indulge in alcohol and or drugs, must avoid thoughtlessness. 

Life path 6 - They rise quickly to success and power but often need to make many adjustments in their life. Can be too dominating and try to avoid their responsibilities. They need to remember that perfection rarely exists. 

Life path 7 - Interesting and philosophical people who go their own way, seeking a peaceful sort of life. old, aloof, distant, sharp tongued, need to be more outgoing.

Life path 8 - A life of money, power and material gain, great potential for financial success. Need to avoid being overly obsessed with money and power. 

Life path 9 - Usually World travelers interested in helping other people, very understanding. They need to keep the emotions in balance or relationships will come under pressure.

Life path 11 - Highly intelligent, very intuitive and idealistic but capable of being extremely warm. The challenge is to not be overwhelmed by their gifts. Fears and phobias would be the downside of this number. They may also seem at times indecisive, impractical, nervous, and moody.  

Life path 22 - Highly intelligent with a universal outlook, capable of creating large projects that can change the world. Interested in all kind of subjects. They can be overwhelmed by their own potential, and fear of failure, they may at times seem dictatorial, insensitive, and overbearing. 

Life path 33 - Prominent talents in caregiving. His or her affection for all the living souls in this world is almost limitless. Because you are so giving you might have a tendency to become a slave to others and neglect your own needs in the process.

How many % in the world has the same life path as me?
Life Path 1 - 10%
Life Path 2 - 5%
Life Path 3 - 10%
Life Path 4 - 7%
Life Path 5 - 10%
Life Path 6 - 10%
Life Path 7 - 12%
Life Path 8 - 11%
Life Path 9 - 10%
Life Path 11 - 9%
Life Path 22 - 4%
Life Path 33 - 2%

  • dean: *beating the shit out of ketch*
  • me: my precious sunshine child
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We are all well aware that Saturn is known as a “Malefic” planet that “weighs and restricts” down upon where it sits or aspects.  However in my opinion Saturn is the greatest teacher available to you if you open your mind to growth through time.  While restriction of the house it’s placed in occurs before the age of 30 Saturn opens doors to new paths in life in the second part of life.


After the age of 30 you will come to respect, become more attuned and have more integration of the matters of the house Saturn is placed in your Birth Horoscope.  

When you have :

Saturn in 1st House : More confident, Hard working, Dedicated and responsible overall. Well educated and wise risk taker.  Protects reputation and understands how to appear before others in public.  Becomes a strong authority somewhere in life where someone applies them-self.  Serious attitude and ambitious can be how others perceive someone with this position.

Saturn in 2nd House: Wisdom associated with responsibility with assets.  Great understanding of financial value.  Knowledge and ability to save money and make money work for them.  Can be structure minded and independent. Coming to understand comfort and stability comes with hard work.

Saturn in 3rd House: Becomes good at organizing thoughts to be communicated. Disciplined learning ability which helps boast retaining ability. Strives for mental excellence and learns the value of opinions and communication in general.  Becomes an authority on the local area and neighbors.

Saturn in 4th House: Becoming an authority on family.  Showing love with responsibility. A need to provide for the family, heritage or community. Honoring the birth culture or having pride in the birth country.  Understanding the value of emotional security.  Coming to terms with vulnerability.

Saturn in 5th House: Becoming a stronger authority and shining brighter. Disciplined in taking risks.  Mature love affairs that are long lasting.  Having children when they are more established and well off in life.  Being a more mature and responsible parent.  Understanding the practicality and purpose of fun and hobbies.

Saturn in 6th House: Becoming an authority over health.  Understanding the body and how to be healthy and more efficient.  Learning the value of working more practicality.  Becoming an authority on doing quality work.  Amassing wisdom and understanding of how to deal with anxiety and depression.  Realizing the importance of pets and small and animals in life.

Saturn in 7th House:  Marriage comes later in life to promote a longer lasting marriage based on understanding personal needs.  Ending up with a more fitting marriage and loyal partner.  Understanding the responsibility of marriage. Attaining business partners who are reliable, have integrity, down to earth and understand the importance of reputation.  Gaining more wisdom over contract signing and negotiation sessions.  Becoming and authority on dealing with open enemies.

Saturn in 8th House: Understanding the practicality of letting go and changing oneself to move forward.  Becoming an authority on how to properly utilize other people’s resources.  Coming to terms with sexuality, it’s place and dealing with intimacy. Becoming a serious researching and looking below the surface to understand what secrets or hidden information exist.  Become an authority on the occult and understand metaphysical matters.  Growing wisdom pertaining to psychology, it’s impact on one'e self and how it can be favorably used.

Saturn in 9th House: Learning the value of having an open mind.  Being religious but not close minded.  Growing an ambition to study and attain higher learning credentials.  Focus their education on a concentrated area so they can become a master of a subject.  Learn to become an authority on teaching. Gain wisdom and attain practical philosophies that have a place in life that promote growth and help their public image.  Becoming an authority on foreign culture and places and becoming widely known for being well traveled.  Being widely known as a published writer.  

Saturn in 10th House:  Learning the value of what time can do for one’s self. Establishing ambitions and working towards them to bring success in life. Overcoming fear of failure towards the path to success.  Not letting other people distract you from what you want.  Becoming successful by creating structure, routine and taking goals seriously.  Being an authority only comes through hard work and determination.  Not letting one’s self down because of excuses.  Becoming widely known as a success because of being responsible.

Saturn in 11th House:  Overcoming rejecting and seeing the worth of persistence in finding a place in society.  Valuing groups that are tailored towards your ambitions.  Not letting fear distract oneself from having friends. Building a structure in friendship with trust and time.  Becoming an authority of a group to bring it disciplined structure.  Learning that not everyone has to be well liked in life.  Merging ambitions with hopes and wishes and following personal goals.  The practicality of creating and inventing something useful.

Saturn in 12th House:  Coming to terms with pain and suffering.  Ease the pain and suffering of others but know one’s limits. Understand you can lead a horse to water but can’t force them to drink.  Facing reality and knowing you have to exist in life with no choice.  Accept responsibility and realize escaping life benefits no one.  The only way to change anything is put effort in one step at a time.  Understand there are greater things in the universe at work then just one’s self.  

Enneagram Type’s Childhood

Enneatype 1

Children with the One pattern try hard to be good. They have an unconscious feeling of needing to justify their existence. They became their own disciplinarians and often the discipliner of other siblings.

One or all authority figures are either inadequate, not present, or too demanding and punitive. When the parent is not present, they decide to make their own rules and moral code. When the parent is too punitive, they internalize these rules.

They feel deep guilt, intrinsic inner flaw, and try to cover it up with an identity of being good and responsible. They can perceive others as having less integrity, being lazy and messy.

Enneatype 2

Children with the Two pattern learn to put other’s needs first - to give in order to receive - and that love must be earned. They try to read the needs in the family and see how they could fulfill them.

They often learn to please the opposite sex parent and this becomes a special relationship, which causes a difficult relationship with the same sex parent. It also leads to a triangulation, which is often carried out in adulthood.

Enneatype 3

Children with the Three pattern do not feel valued for themselves. They get praise for what they do and become productive to get this praise.

They often unconsciously adapt themselves to become what the nurturer wants them to be. They often pursue a career that may make their nurturer proud of them.

They have a deep feeling of shallowness and deceit, their insides do not match the image they have created.

Enneatype 4

Children with the Four pattern feel different than their parents. They believe they are not seen by their parents.

There is the feeling that they were kicked out of the nest because there is something tragically wrong with them. Often there is some event that changes the family structure and stands out as the event that changed everything.

Some remember a time when everything was wonderful and a moment when they were rejected for no apparent reason. They spend their childhood trying to regain love by being special.

Enneatype 5

Children with the Five pattern feel unsafe in their families. They experience their families as intrusive and overwhelming. There is no privacy, no where to hide except in their minds.

They experience the emotional needs and expression of their parents as invasive. Some create an inner fantasy world.

Enneatype 6

Children with the Six pattern experience their parents as inadequate and unable to protect or care for them well. Early in childhood they feel safe, as they get older something happens that makes them perceive their parents as inadequate.

Usually this occurs during the phase of separating when they need a strong parental figure to show them what is and isn’t safe about the world. At this time they experience parent(s) as inadequate - absent, unavailable, weak, etc.

Enneatype 7

Children with the Seven pattern feel cut off from the nurturer, causing frustration and anxiety. They feel there was not enough love for them in the family.

Sometimes there is someone needier who requires more attention. Sometimes the nurturer is distracted by emotional pain to give to all the children.

Their role is to be positive, not need much, and help everyone be happier, particularly the nurturer. As adults they often have a close bond with their mothers.

Enneatype 8

Children with the Eight pattern grow up quickly for a variety of reasons. There is violence in the family or around the family. The protector is missing and they must protect and provide for the family at a young age.

They survive in bad neighborhoods - survival issues are important. It is not safe to be gentle or giving, that seems weak and soft. They feel rejected/betrayed and learn to be tough.

Enneatype 9

Children with the Nine pattern feel overwhelmed by their families. They try to disappear and/or make peace. They dissociate from drama by becoming invisible or mediating.

They are very low maintenance. They learn that having needs, getting angry, or having difficulties is not acceptable. They lose energy and become listless.

enneagram as Shel Silverstein poems

Type 1: “Hard To Please”

Type 2: “The Giving Tree”

Type 3: “Tell Me”

Type 4: “The Missing Piece”

Type 5: “Diving Board”

Type 6: “Whatif”

Type 7: “The Unscratchable Itch”


Type 8: “Don’t Tell Me”

Type 9: “Hug O’ War”

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