Numerology and Number Mysticism – Zero Isn’t a Number
Zero is a cipher, which is the mathematical symbol (0) indicating absence of quantity. It is not a number. It is symbolic of nothing, yet everything. It intensifies the energy of numbers next to it when residing in multiple-digit numbers. Thus, 20 is more potent than 2, and 7000 is more potent than 70.
In certain positions in the comprehensive numerology charts, a zero with a root number (1-9) can designate more demanding karma. In other positions, it indicates success that comes easy. Elsewhere in the charts, it symbolizes character deficiencies. Still in other positions, it points to a stronger symbolic connection to the unseen dimensions, similar to that represented by the numbers 7, 9, 11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, and 99. Whether it is representative of malefic or benefic energy also depends on the related aspects and patterns throughout the charts.
Zero is like a direct link to the higher planes, symbolically bringing down energy to be used in benevolent or malevolent ways in accordance with the collective symbolic representation of the patterns in the charts. In other words, it might appear as if someone with excessive positive representation of zero in their charts has a heightened ability to make great contributions in other's lives, for example. Or, someone with an opposite arrangement might gain infamy through outrageous behavior.
Note that it's always best to cross-check all impressions and that any one consideration can be mitigated or supported by others.
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