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Numerology Symbolism: How Numbers 1-9 relate to Money

Updated on February 9, 2013

Numbers have qualities, besides representing quantity. They have rich symbolic meaning and relate to every area of life, including money.

Below we list each of the root numbers 1 through 9 along with a few details about how they relate to money, as we've empirically discerned since 1992.

For numbers above 9, use fadic addition to add them together and reduce to a single digit. For example, 14 is 1 + 4 = 5 and 5739 is 5 + 7 + 3 + 9 = 24 = 2 + 4 = 6. The single digit result represents the most potent energy, but each part of multiple digits also holds important energy. For instance, 5739 includes the energy of 5000, 700, 30, 9, and 6.

Note: In order to accurately correspond to specific personality traits, life events, or circumstances, any individual number in a person's comprehensive numerology charts must be part of a larger pattern involving multiple numbers in various chart positions. Still, beginning by learning the energy of each single number is a good first step.

1: 1, 10, even the Karmic Debt Number 19, in key positions, and other variations of 1 (10 = 1+0 = 1, etc.) strongly symbolize monetary advantage. However, as a timing vibration, 1 can represent the end of a good thing where the person has to start over. But initiating new enterprises under the 1 is a very good sign for prosperity.

2: 2 is one of the worst numbers for monetary gain. It's known for disappointment and delay and isn't reflective of riches. However, 20 is nice in relation to monetary abundance, as can be 11 and variations of 11.

3: 3 represents easy financial acquisition. But it's up and down, inconsistent and, or it's spent too quickly. Those with lots of heavy 3 natal and timing energy in their comprehensive charts always have an easy time "manifesting abundance" because it's their path. As long as they can maintain their focus (3 is known for lacking focus), they often quickly reach and exceed financial goals.

4: Nothing is easy about 4 and money. It's all work and discipline. However, the great thing about 4 is that it is steady, solid, and enduring. 4 is the least likely to represent windfall, but the most likely to keep and grow what is already invested.

5: 5 is nice for money in that business and careers almost always prosper, allowing for healthy profits. However, the 5 (like the 3) is too often symbolic of spendthrift ways. Discipline is necessary to really benefit financially through 5.

6: 6 is great for abundance, if it's clear of associated karmic patterns suggesting past life debts, which is somewhat common with 6. In heavy 6 timing finances almost always improve and flourish at an even pace.

7: 7 is a bit of a wildcard in relation to money. In the vast majority of cases, timing or natal, it is symbolic of financial challenges, but it can absolutely symbolize significant prosperity. High-risk ventures are best avoided under heavy 7.

8: 8 is one of the most financially-oriented numbers. It's big bucks, but it can also be big loss and big trouble. 8 is perfectly suited to deal with financial figures. Potent 8 timing usually includes an increase in funds, but also more expenses. Our Numerology Decoder software allows you to find out about the numbers in your basic numerology chart.

9: 9 attracts money effortlessly, but also lets it go just as easily, similar to the 3. With 9 money isn't usually a primary focus (if the 9 isn't over- balanced). Those with heavy 9, natal or timing, are the ones with a golden touch, or are partnered with those who have a golden touch. Reaping huge rewards is par for the course with 9.

Copyright © Scott Petullo, Stephen Petullo

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      brad-p 5 years ago

      Hi Scott,

      This article mentions about your Numerology Decoder Software. Where can I purchase that software from? Do you guys have an app or a website? Please let me know. Thanks!

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      sangeetas627 7 years ago from India

      Great hub. Thank you for sharing.

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      Anamika S Jain 9 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

      Nice Hub on Numerology Symbolism.

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      linc2010 9 years ago

      Great article! I really enjoyed in and will use it in my life.

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