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Chinese Numerology

 

In the world of numerology, we are dealing with numbers and how it is related to the world around us may it be an object or a living thing. According to history, numerology may have come from the time of Pythagoras. China also developed their own numerology where in the numbers have magical abilities that can affect their everyday lives as well their destiny.

 

In Chinese Astrology, they use the five elements namely wood, metal, earth, water, and fire where each one of them has their own characteristics. When it comes to Chinese Numerology, these elements also have their corresponding attributes.

 

Wood, Fire, and Earth

 

The wood symbolizes creativity as well as the tree. The numbers 3 and 4 are associated with this element. Fire on the other hand, refers to enthusiasm as well as motivation represented by the number 9. The fire element’s magical attributes show the truth by bringing it forth to the light. The earth element provides stability in our lives as well as develops the determination of humans. The numbers that fall in the earth element are 2, 5 and the number 8.

 

Metal and Water

 

The metal element is attributed to riches including valor. The numbers associated with the metal element are 6 and 7 and helps people to stand up for what they believe in. The last element which is the water is the element that pulls down the boundaries through communication. The number 1 falls under the water element.

 

If you are seeking harmony, it is best that you surround yourself with these numbers to take in their special attributes into yourself. The elements that are missing in your chart can help determine which attributes you are lacking.

 

The Luo Shu Square

 

The Chinese use the Luo Shu Square when determining their birth chart. It is a chart that is made up of 3 x 3 matrix such as the one shown below.

 

SE

  

South

  

SW

  

4

9

2

  

East

3

5

7

West

  

8

1

6

  

NE

  

North

  

NW

 

For example, you were born on November 8, 1983 then the birth chart will be like this.

 

SE

  

South

  

SW

  

4

9(1)

2

  

East

3 (1)

5

7

West

  

8 (2)

1(3)

6

  

NE

  

North

  

NW

 

The brackets that appear above indicate how many times that number appeared on your birth date. The number that has the most number of appearances is the strongest element in his persona. In this case, water is the strongest element.

 

Numerology in China is often used to determine auspicious dates to conduct business, weddings and so on. It has played quite a large role in the history of the country and until today is still consulted by millions of people to determine the direction of their life.