Numerology, Astrology, Horoscope: Are They Accurate?
You don’t have to believe in horoscope, astrology, numerology etc. You may have different values in life; however, you can enjoy this blog by checking your life-path number, compatibility and how 2021 will be for you just for fun.
It’s hilarious that there are actually people who are 100% guided by what horoscope says. It’s February 4th, so we are in Aquarius sign. You can have a look at how will be 2021 for you here.
What is a Horoscope?
The horoscope is an astrological chart with a calculation based on birth data, including the date, time and place of birth.
What is Astrology?
Astrology is an old science that is used to claim the divine connection about human affairs and the movements of celestial bodies in the sky. It has close connection with astronomy, alchemy, metrology, and medicine.
What is Numerology?
Numerology is the study or a belief that draws a divine connection between numbers and terrestrial and futuristic events. There are many calculations that can tell you how your life will be, considering your date and time of birth. First of all, you need to find your life-path number. Basically, take your date of birth's numerical value, add all those digits together by category (year, month, day), and keep adding each of those digits together until you finally end up with a single digit.
For example: Let’s say that your birthday is July 3, 1995. First, you’ll reduce the year to a single digit by adding its digits together. 1+9+9+5 = 24, and 2+4 = 6. In this case, both the month and the day are already single digits, so we can now add each value together: 6 (for the year) + 3 (for the day) + 7 (for the month) = 16. Finally, add those digits together, as needed, until you get a single-digit: 1+6 = 7.
After you found your life-path number, you can have a look at this table:
“Ones are natural-born leaders, ambitious, and usually successful in the professional realm. Charming, diplomatic, and always interesting to be around”.
“Ones are caring to the point that they may be overprotective and domineering. May also be prone to anger issues”.
“These people are deeply kind, caring, and empathetic. They’re often artists, though their skill for diffusing tense situations may also make them skilled as politicians”.
“Deep sensitivity and conflict aversion can make 2s overly dependent in their personal relationships. They may have a hard time standing up for their needs”.
“Threes love attention and generally come by it easily. They can achieve a great many things and are likely precocious as children. Always high energy”.
“Just as easily as threes start big, exciting projects, they often abandon them. Threes likely find it difficult to focus/commit and may become too focused on others’ perceptions of them”.
“This is generally a very principled, reliable person, which makes them a desirable friend and co-worker. People generally know what to expect from a four”.
“This type can become rigid, too fixated on rules and norms. Fours may find themselves easily frustrated by people who create their own guidelines or stray too far outside the box”.
“Fives are inquisitive and intellectual, often making for great journalists and educators. Strong communication skills with a childlike sense of wonder for simple pleasures”.
“Fives may indulge a little too much in their favourite hobbies/vices, like shopping or partying. May also come off a bit superficial and noncommittal in relationships”.
“This type is likely to be an impassioned speaker and activist, whether professionally or personally, on behalf of one’s loved ones. Their curiosity and compassion make them great lawyers, speakers, and therapists”.
“Sixes may have a hard time with consistency, especially when it comes to taking care of themselves (sort of the “Mark Ruffalo eating cold pizza in Spotlight” type)”.
“Deeply creative with a strong and vivid imagination, sevens thrive in the internal world. They’re able to entertain themselves endlessly and are rarely bored”.
“Unsurprisingly, this type can be a bit shy and may have a hard time connecting with other people. They may also have a hard time relaxing, moving constantly between work and constructive hobby”.
“Eights are good with money, aware of its omnipresence from a very young age. They’re ambitious and willing to work hard to be self-sufficient and comfortable”.
“This type’s skill with money means they might be susceptible to grifters, whether professionally or personally. They’re also at risk of becoming workaholics”.
“Nines are idealistic and deeply principled, unwilling to compromise their values in favour of convenience. They tend to be stylish, agreeable, and generous”.
“This type risks co-dependency in personal relationships and may have trouble enjoying the present rather than focusing so heavily on their dreams for the future”.
How are Astrology and Numerology linked?
Astrology and numerology are different in nature, however, both of them are interconnected. Astrology is the study of stars and planets in the sky and their connection with life on earth while numerology is the study of numbers and how the vibrations of the numbers are connected to life. Both of these methods predict the future.
Here is a link where you can find your compatibility with your partner. It’s funny!
How will be 2021 based on your sign?
Be positive! Can’t be more difficult than in 2020! Just click your sign below...
♈ Aries: March 21–April 19
♉ Taurus: April 20–May 20
♊ Gemini: May 21–June 21
♋ Cancer: June 22–July 22
♌ Leo: July 23–August 22
♍ Virgo: August 23–September 22
♎ Libra: September 23–October 23
♏ Scorpio: October 24–November 21
♐ Sagittarius: November 22–December 21
♑ Capricorn: December 22–January 19
♒ Aquarius: January 20–February 18
♓ Pisces: February 19–March 20
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