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Numerology 4/2/2022

Debra McDermitt is a professor of World Religions and has been studying numerology for decades. She offers numerology readings and charts.

4/2/22 Numerology

4/2/22 Numerology

Daily Numerology Report

Numbers of Today 4/2/2022:
Major: #3, #12, #2
Minor: 4, 6, 8, 10

CC: Express your individual self in creative ways!

Norris: Live that wondering and wandering life! A great day to write, or create music, that focuses on your dreams, visions, and connections to spirit. There are multiple activities and responsibilities that may show up. Vibrations of organization and structure will help with those multiple components of the day. The social vibration is stronger while keeping the ego balanced. If that opportunity to take the lead shows up with business use your inspiration and creativity as you take it! Spirit vibrations of the metaphysical and esoteric are strong.

Today’s Lessons are going to look at the Norris System and the #3 and the Sacred meanings of #3.

Meanings of the #3 in the Norris System

The Norris System & the #3

For Marie Norris most simply three is a spiritual number that is connected to creativity, dreams, and the psychic. When it occurs with other spiritual numbers such as 7, 12, and 21 the emphasis on the esoteric, metaphysical, parapsychological, and psychic increases multi-fold. Three is the spiritual, religious, philosophical, and occult connecting the mind, the body, and the spirit. Those with threes in specific parts of their DOB, Name or Combo chart may take up careers that relate to these vibrations of the three such as a minister, priest, rabbi, imam, guru, and if there is a 21 as well a medium, psychic, one who speaks in tongues, or similar.

Three, with a 39, 4, or other business number, adds temperance and creativity. In this sense three can bring new ideas or see how things may relate to one another that are not always seen. There is a vibration of reconciliation or ability to help connect things to make them more stable.

The creativity of 3, especially if there is a 5 nearby, emphasizes the arts and rhythm. Three vibrations feel just that the vibration and rhythm of life.

The Sacred Meanings of the #3 in religion, philosophy, and spirituality.

The Sacred Meanings of #3.

The ancient Greek philosopher, Pythagoras suggested that the meaning behind numbers was deeply significant. In the eyes of the early Pythagorean students and schools, and truly through to the present day, the number 3 was considered as the perfect number. The story goes that Pythagoras said that Apollo gave oracles from a tripod, and advised offer of libation three times due to its perfection. Key concepts of the three, or triad, are friendship, peace, justice, prudence, piety, temperance, and virtue. The symbol of 3 is the triangle which is made up of the monad and the duad representing the creative or artistic that is the result of the one giving birth to itself from itself.

Further, it is the number of harmony, wisdom and understanding. Wisdom specifically because one organizes the present, foresees the future, and benefits of the past. The three for these ancient schools was a number of music, geometry, and the science of the celestials (astronomy and spirituality).

It is the first number that is the “whole,” the beginning, the middle, and the end. Three is the heavens, the earth, and the waters; the above, level, and below. Three components of length, width, and height. There are three great divisions of time: past, present, and future. There are three kingdoms of matter–mineral, vegetable, and animal. Within lore on trees there is the Ash, the Oak, and the Thorn.

In Chaldean Numerology the three is a number of optimism, movement, and expansion. It represents education and knowledge, the religious and spiritual, and traveling be it physically, mentally, or spiritually. It is the mind, body, and spirit connection.

In Hinduism and Tamil or Vedic Numerology the three is the manifestation (the mix of the one that is God and two that is Nature, Prakriti). Rtam, the manifested, is connected with rhythm and music. The word AUM itself is represented by 3. The three then is connected with the Trimurti, or Triple Godhead of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. In relation to Brahman, it is the three aspects of Sat, Chit, and Ananda. With Tamil we find that 3 is a person who will inspire others through their grand vision. This person will help the society using creative means and is likely going to be deeply spiritual. Such a person may be a teacher, giver, have a deep knowledge on particular subjects rather than knowing little on many subjects, be a religious/spiritual person, or a creative artistic person.

In Buddhism the three, Tayo, represents the integration of the divine and the profane (ordinary). The Tipitaka or three baskets of Theravada Buddhism are one way that this integration is seen. In the Abhidhamma the triad, or integration, shows as that which is good, bad, and undeclared. The Triple Crown or Three Jewels that is taken include, I take Refuge in the Buddha, the Sangha, and the Dharma. There are three realms of existence and three trainings of discipline, concentration, and discrimination.

For Judaism three signifies completeness and stability, as represented by the three Patriarchs and the three pilgrimage festivals of Passover, Shavuot, and Sukkot. Three in the Torah can be used to mediate between the two opposing sides to bring stability, completion, and reconciliation. In Jewish law that which is done three times is often considered to have become a permanent thing, referred to as chazakah. The world is understood as standing on three things the Torah, Avodah, and Acts of Kindness. Moving towards Kabbalah Numerology and mysticism we see that three is the complete unit of embracing an item, its opposite, and the middle ground (think a triangle). The third of the Sephirot is Binah which stands for Understanding. Specifically for numerology the number three implies creativity, love, affection, and spirit. It further represents the connection of mind, body, and spirit in ways that emphasize the creative, the optimistic, and the musical.

In Celtic and other folk-traditions throughout Europe and beyond is the notion of the maiden, mother, and crone with the Triune-Goddess. Also, the role of the Three-Fold Law, similar to Karma, where what you put out will come back times three.

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It is a sacred number for Christianity. The 3 emphasizes the trinity of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. God’s attributes are three: omniscience, omnipresence, and omnipotence. Thought, word, and deed, complete the sum of our human actions combined with the notion of See No Evil, Hear No Evil, and Speak No Evil. In relation to Jesus, it is three magi that give him three gifts, in the garden Jesus asks three times that the cup be taken from him, he is tempted three times by the devil, St. Peter thrice denies him, and he rises from the dead on the third day.

In Islam there are for some parts of Salat three repetitions, before salat that which is washed is done so three times, and three appears in other ways for Islam. The simple answer of it being so because it is commanded can be extended to the notion of permanence or completion that was also seen in Judaism. Further, odd numbers have significance in Islam and three is the first of the odd numbers.

These are truly only some of the sacred meanings and ways that three shows up. In the future I will go further in depth on some of these and those that were not included.


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