Arithmancy is a art which tells facts about the person you do. For example it tells ones Character, Heart, and how one acts in Society. To do arithmancy you would need to know the persons name. Then for each letter in the name you convert it to a number using the chart below.
Add all the numbers together, you then get the Character Number of the person.
Add the vowels ONLY to get the Heart Number.
Add the consonants ONLY to get the Social Number.
After this you can check what each number mean to find what it means for that certain attribute. Use the following chart below.
|One||This number means independence. They are focused, single-minded, and have strong determination. They make a goal and always fulfill it and never give it up. They have inventive and leadership skills. They don't usually work with others or take orders. They might or can be self-centered, dominant, and have a large ego, which sometimes results them being as loners.|
|Two||Two means interaction, communication (usually two-way), cooperation, and balance. They are imaginative, filled with inventions and sweet in nature. They are friendly, harmonic, loyal, fair and have commitment. Two can also mean conflict between two opposing forces, and giving things class or sides: night and day, good and bad, light and darkness. They can be withdrawn, filled with mood, conscious of themselves and indecisive.|
|Three||Three represents the idea of completeness or wholeness, as in the trios "past-present-future" and "mind-body-spirit". The Pythagoreans considered three to be the first "complete" number because, like three pebbles laid out in a row, it has a beginning, middle, and an end. Three indicates talent, energy, an artistic nature, humor and social ease. Threes are often lucky, easygoing, rich, and highly successful, but they can also be unfocused, easily offended and superficial.|
|Four||Like a table that rests solidly on four legs, four indicates stability and firmness. Four enjoy hard work. They are practical, reliable, and down to earth; they prefer logic and reason to flights of fancy. They are good at organization and getting things done. Like the cycle of the four seasons, they are also predictable. They can be stubborn, suspicious, overly practical and prone to angry outburst. The conflicts possible with "two"' are double in four.|
|Five||Five is the number of instability and imbalance, indicating change and uncertainty. Fives are drawn to many things at once but commit to none. They are adventurous, energetic, and willing to take risks. They enjoy travel and meeting new people but may not stay in one place very long. Fives can be conceited, irresponsible and quick tempted and impatient.|
|Six||Six represents harmony, friendship and family life. Sixes are loyal, reliable and loving. They adapt easily. They do well in teaching and the arts, but are often unsuccessful in business. They are sometimes prone to gossip and complacency. The Pythagoreans regarded six as the perfect number because it is divisible by both two and three and was the sum as well as the product of the first three digits (1+2+3=6) or (1x2x3=6)|
|Seven||Perceptive, understanding and bright, sevens enjoy hard work and challenges. They are often serious, scholarly, and interested in all things mysterious. Originality and imagination are more important than money and material possessions. Sevens can also be pessimistic, sarcastic, and insecure. Seven is sometimes considered a mystical or magical number because of its associations with the biblical seven days of creation and seven heavenly bodies or ancient astronomy (Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter.)|
|Eight||Eight indicates the possibility of great success in business, finance and politics. Eights are practical, ambitious, committed and hardworking. They can also be jealous, greedy, domineering and power hungry. Eight is said to be the most unpredictable of numbers and can indicate the pinnacle of success or the depths of failure; potential or to go either way is present from the beginning.|
|Nine||Represents completion and achievements of the fullest degree, as it is the "complete" number, three, expressed time (3x3=9). Nines dedicate themselves to the service of the others, often as teachers and are an inspiration to others. However, they can also be arrogant and conceited when things don't go their way.|
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