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Encyclopedia of Vedic Astrology: Remedies: Colour Therapy, Chapter XI, Part – 14


Dr. Shanker Adawal

Colours of the Number 9

The persons who have this number for their Birth Number are all those who are born on the 9th, 18th, or 27th of any month, but this number and its colour are of still more significance if people are born in what is called the `House of the 9,’ namely, from March 21 to April 19-26, or from October 21 to November 20-27. Their main colours are all shades of crimson or red, and their accessory colours are rose and pink, but they are more fortunate when they avoid the darker shades of these colours. All shades of blue are, however, very favourable for them.

They should wear red stones, such as rubies, garnets, and bloodstones.

More Information About Colours And Numbers

Part 1

Here one should bear in mind that, the colours given by the number of the month and those given by the number of the day, may be different, in that case remember that the number of the month is not as close or intimate in its relationship to the individual as is the colour indicated by the number of birth.

Take the month of January, for example. The “period of the number 8” from December 21st to January 20th in its positive aspect, and from January 21st to February 21st in its negative aspect. The number 8, has its colours “all shades of dark grey, dark blue, and purple.”

The following information will, clear up a point.

Namely: A person born on, say, January 6th that January is the “period of the 8,” and that the colours for the number 8 are “all tones of grey, all ranges of violet and purple, also black.” Should he use the colours of the 8 or’ those belonging to the number 6. My answer is, employ most decidedly in such a case the colours of the number 6 as the principal, individual, and “lucky” colours to use, but as the person was born in the “period of the 8” he or she can use, if they wish, but as secondary colours, those given by the number 8.

Another illustration I will give is for those born in the “period of the 9” namely between March 21st to April 27th, which is the positive period of the 9, and those born in its negative period, namely, between October 21st and November 27th.

For the number 9, you will find that there are “all shades of crimson or red, all rose tones and pink” for the positive period, ie October-November, one will notice “all shades of crimson and blue.”

Where does blue come in? one may ask.

Because the opposite Sign of the Zodiac to the period October 21st to November 27h is what is called “the House of Venus” in her positive aspect, and as Venus, which is also the number 6, represents in this wonderful colour scheme of nature all shades of blue, these blue rays appears to cross from one side of the Zodiac to the other and so become a favourable colour for persons born in the negative period of the number 9, as well as “all shades of crimson.”


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