In numerology, different cultures and traditions may have varying interpretations of lucky and unlucky numbers. Here are a few examples of numbers that are generally considered unlucky or bad in numerology in certain cultures:
Specialists in numerology claim that each number carries a certain energy.
Moreover, the same number for one person can mean financial or love success, and another cause a lot of trouble. What numbers are still the most unlucky?
In many East Asian cultures, particularly in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, and Korea, the number 4 is considered unlucky because its pronunciation sounds similar to the word for “death” in those languages. Consequently, it is often associated with misfortune and is avoided in various contexts.
In numerology, this number is responsible for the spiritual component of human life. Everything would be fine if it did not displace the material side. Having got rid of the seven, you will not be deprived of spiritual development, but you will be able to gain a material component, without which you simply cannot survive in the modern world. In addition, you will more easily and quickly achieve your goals.
In numerology, this number symbolizes infinity. Therefore, if in your life there are endless failures, it is worth taking a closer look at the numbers that surround you. A large number of eights in a car license plate or, for example, in a mobile phone number, can repel good luck from you - try to minimize them in your life.
In some East Asian cultures, such as Japan, the number 9 is considered unlucky because its pronunciation is similar to the word for “suffering” or “pain.” As a result, it is sometimes avoided in certain situations.
The number 13 is commonly considered unlucky in Western cultures, particularly in the United States and Europe. This belief is known as triskaidekaphobia. It is thought to have originated from religious and historical associations, such as the Last Supper, where Judas Iscariot was the 13th guest.
In Italian culture, the number 17 is associated with bad luck because when written in Roman numerals (XVII), it can be rearranged to form the Latin word “VIXI,” which means “I have lived” and is often interpreted as “I am dead.”
In Western cultures, the number 666 is often associated with evil or the devil. It is derived from the biblical reference to the “number of the beast” mentioned in the Book of Revelation. Some people interpret it as a symbol of bad luck or negativity.
It’s important to note that these beliefs and interpretations may vary across different cultures and individuals. Numerology is a complex field, and interpretations can differ depending on the practitioner or tradition.