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Encyclopedia of Vedic Astrology: Remedies: Colour Therapy, Chapter XI, Part – 13



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Dr. Shanker Adawal

Colours of the Number 7

The persons who have this number for their birth Number are all those who are born on the 7th, 16th, or 25th of any month, but especially if they happen also to be born in what is called the “House of 7-2 – namely, from June 21 to July 20-27. Their main colours are exactly similar to those given to people born under the number 2, which I described a little earlier, with this difference- that as they are more positive in character than the number 2 people, so can they also wear stronger or more positive colours, but all shades of green and yellow remain their foundation or principal colours.

The jewels most personal and most favourable to them are moonstones, all white stones, and cat’s eyes, but these people should remember to avoid deep or dark colours, both in stones and materials.

Colours of the Number 8

The persons who have this number for their Birth Number are all those who are born on the 8th, 17th, or 26th of any month, but especially if they happen also to be born in what is called the “House of the 8,” namely, from December 21 to January 20-27 or from January 27 to February 19-26.

The first mentioned period is the Positive of their number, while the second is the Negative.

These people, with their invariably strong personality, should be exceptionally careful of their surroundings and of their colours.

They seem “out of place” and irritable when surrounded by light, bright, or garish tones, and they easily become silent, moody, and despondent under such circumstances.

As they are at heart grave, serious and solid people, they should remember that all grave and serious colours are theirs by right of birth.

Even children born under the influence of this number (which has always been considered the number of mystery), especially if they are also born in the “House of the 8,” seem strangely “out of the picture1, if depressed in light, garish colours- and as they grow up this becomes more and more accentuated. On the contrary, all dark shades suit them and seem in harmony with their personality and with their “atmosphere.’

They would be especially fortunate in all tones of dark greys, blues, brown, russet shades, and so forth.

For example, take some man belonging to this number, dress him in light clothes and he will immediately look like a baker out on a holiday; whereas, put the same man in the colours that belong to him, and every one will speak of his personality and his charm.

In their houses or business offices the same rule will again apply. Such people look “at ease” and “at home” when surrounded by oak panels and dark woodwork, and equally “out of place”

For the same reason the jewels most fortunate and favourable for such types are all dark stones, such as dull rubies, carbuncles, and, best of all, the deep-toned sapphire, which is most markedly the jewel of the number 8.

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