|Category:||Medieval French, Medieval English|
Qualities and Traits: Charming, out-going, self-expressive, extroverted, abundance, active, energetic, proud.
Interpretation: Charming, entertaining, successful communicator with a natural attraction for money and the opposite sex.
The Trinity in Christian numerology is very important and naturally linked with the most holy, perfect and the best. The number 3 has been linked with the superlative before Christianity, and is translated by the Greeks as superlatively great, and the Latin as happiest. God is related to the number 3 as having a surface and being real (manifested) or 'touchable', this becomes further defined with the number 4 and the addition of a fourth point which creates a solidity. Completeness is symbolized by 3 (as well as 7 and 9) but for different reasons.
Character traits: Enjoys being the center of attention, tends to show off and loves to be admired, but is quite often more sensitive then the exterior suggests. Has a tendency to expend energies wastefully in too many directions. With a love of pleasure also may be wasteful with money.
Negative tendencies: vain, gossipy and superficial.
Qualities and Traits: Mature, strong morals, happy, domestic, lucky, prosperous
Jupiter is the largest planet in our Solar system and it also takes the longest to travel around the Sun in it's orbit: taking 12 years to completely orbit the Sun. Because of this astrologers have maintained that Jupiter signifies expansion and growth. It is circled by red swirling clouds of gases and no solid surface has been determined. Overall from Earth the planet has a friendly look to it and so it has also been known as a bringer of luck and fortune.
Positive tendencies: Expansion, Optimism, maturity, growth, prosperity, luck.
Negative tendencies: Greedy, self-righteous, arrogant, excessive.
Justice, propriety, sophistication
Qualities and Traits: Optimistic, jovial, honest and intellectual. Philosophical and a lover of challenges.
They are generally cheerful, and highly energetic, even athletic. They love their own freedom and liberty, and they may be inclined to travel frequently, as it is hard to tie them down. While they love philosophic discussion and intellectual pursuits, they may ignore details as they overlook the finer aspects of some things. They are honest and outspoken, usually with a large circle of friends.
Positive tendencies: Optimistic, Freedom lover, happy, honest, intelligent and smart.
Negative tendencies: Over-optimistic, careless, irresponsible, superficial, tactless and restless.