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"Quod est inferius est sicut quod est superius."
"As Above so Below""
In numerology, the number 6 is obtained by adding the digits of a number or a word until you get a single digit equal to 6. Here is how to get a number 6 in numerology:
If you have a number between 10 and 99, you can get a number 6 by adding its digits together. For example, for the number 69, you add 6 + 9 = 15. And 15 = 1 + 5 = 6.
If you have a number greater than 99, you can get a number 6 by repeating the operation until you get a single digit. For example, for the number 573, you add 5 + 7 + 3 = 15, then 1 + 5 = 6. For the number 1239, you add 1 + 2 + 3 + 9 = 15, then 1 + 5 = 6.
If you have a word, you can get a number 6 by adding the numbers corresponding to each letter of this word, according to the correspondence of the letters of the alphabet with the numbers of numerology.
For example, for the word "philo", you add 7 (p) + 8 (h) + 9 (i) + 3 (l) + 6 (o) = 33, then 3 + 3 = 6. So the numerical reduction of the word "philo" is 6.
In summary, to obtain a number 6 in numerology (see table opposite), there are 4 possibilities, or "source numbers": 15, 24, 36 and 60.
In sacred geometry, the number 6 can be associated with many different geometric shapes and symbolic meanings.
Here are some examples of geometric shapes that can be associated with the number 6 in sacred geometry:
The first way to obtain the number 6 in geonumerology comes from the source number 15 obtained by adding a unit to a pyramid, i.e. the decomposition 1 + 5.
The decomposition 1 + 5 corresponds geometrically to the construction of hyper pyramidal numbers.
The second way to obtain the number 6 in geonumerology comes from the source number 24 obtained by adding a line to a cross.
The decomposition 2 + 4 corresponds geometrically to the passage of the cross from 2D to 3D .
The third way comes from the source number 33 obtained by adding a triangle to another triangle, i.e. the decomposition 3 + 3.
The decomposition 3 + 3 corresponds geometrically to the hexagram formed by two inverted triangles, symbol of the "spiritual body" in geonumerology
The fourth way comes from the source number 60 obtained by the addition of a hexagon to a circle, that is to say the decomposition 6 + 0.
The decomposition 6 + 0 corresponds geometrically to the hexagon or 6-sided polygon, symbol of the "emotional body" in geonumerology.
The number 6 is often associated with harmony, love and responsibility. It is also considered a number of service and compassion.
The number 6 is often interpreted as symbolizing balance and order in numerology. It can be associated with qualities such as responsibility, honesty and duty.
The number 6 can also be interpreted as symbolizing love, compassion and selflessness, as well as the importance of family and relationships. It can also be associated with the idea of balance and harmony between the physical and the spiritual.
Here are some characteristics that might be associated with the number 6:
An excess of 6 can also mean that someone is too concerned about others, to the detriment of his own needs. They may be too submissive and accommodating, and have difficulty saying no. They may also be too critical of themselves and others, and have difficulty accepting mistakes. He may also be too possessive and jealous in relationships.
The number 6 is associated with harmony, balance and love. So a lack of 6 could mean that you have trouble maintaining harmony in your life or finding balance between different parts of your life, or that you have trouble expressing your love and affection for others.
In numerology, a lack of 6 can indicate that the person is having a hard time finding balance in their life and taking care of their responsibilities. She may have trouble being stable and committing to long-term projects, and may have trouble investing in relationships and caring for her family. She may also lack compassion and sensitivity to others and have difficulty expressing her emotions.
In numerology, the number 6 is generally considered compatible with the numbers 2, 4 and 8.
The number 2 is considered compatible with the number 6 because they have similar values and goals. The number 2 is also considered to be the "partner" of the number 6, as they complement each other well. The number 2 is also considered to be very diplomatic and understanding, which is an asset to the number 6 who is very concerned about others. They have the same secret value.
The number 4 is considered to be compatible with the number 6 as they have similar values and goals. The number 4 is also considered to be very practical and structured, which is an asset to the number 6 who is very responsible and caring. They are on the same line.
The number 8 is considered to be compatible with the number 6 as they have similar values and goals. The number 8 is also considered to be very ambitious and success oriented, which is an asset to the number 6 who is very leading and protective.
Third attribute of the Human or Psychic World
In numerology, if your symbol of expression is the number 6, you will need to rely on numbers (to be identified among your personal numbers) from the Lower World, the Physical, and the Upper World, the Spiritual, in order to realize unity within yourself, to connect the Upper, the Self (your aspirations) and the Lower, the I (your concrete achievements).
The path of expression of the number 6 is generally related to love, responsibility and compassion. It can be related to the ability to love and protect the family, the ability to maintain harmony and peace in relationships, the ability to be generous and understanding, and the ability to be caring and nurturing. It is also related to the ability to manage finances, resources and property effectively.
The paths indicated with a "compass rose" are particularly beneficial and offer the possibility of full fulfillment for a person with the number 6 in expression:
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The six planets that orbit the sun.
The Hexagram symbol of the Macrocosm, the soul of the world, the number 666, etc.
The Seal of Solomon is a typical symbol of analogy to represent that what is below is like what is above. The descending triangle represents spirit (involution) and the ascending (evolution) matter.
The Seal of Solomon contains within it the four elements. Air and Fire, triangles pointing up; Water and Earth, triangles pointing down.
The first crown of the Flower of Life composed of six circles.
In this symbol we find the three stages of triangulation: duplication of the large triangle, rotation through 180°, and internal homothety, to which is added the drawing of the internal axes of the tetrahedron.
The 6 days of Creation, the XP cross, creation of man on the sixth day, etc. Because the 6-pointed Cross serves as a model for drawing the symbols of the Manifested world (numbers 7, 8 and 9), it is the archetypal symbol of the visible world: with it, the world takes shape in 3D.
The number 6 in the form of a hexagram represents the 2D projection of a tetrahedral star, or Merkaba. The Hexagram comes from the duplication of the triangle and its rotation through 180°.
The 64 hexagrams of the I Ching from the two-by-two crossing of the eight trigrams.
The universal hexagonal structure (crystals, hives, atoms, etc), the 6 directions, etc/ The hexagonal shape is ubiquitous in the four constituents of DNA: Adenine, Thymine, Cytosine and Guanine.
The octahedron, symbol of Air. One of the four Elements that have served to structure the world. Intermediate between Fire and Water. One of the 5 platonic solids.