Arrows on birth charts when using Numerology are incredibly important. When looking at a chart, you will be able to tell quite quickly if your client has any arrows within the birth chart. The arrows reveal particular strengths or weaknesses within your clients personality. It’s important to assess if there are any arrows present, or lack of, as they reveal quite a lot about your client that will be needed for working within their chart.
What are Arrows? Arrows are any three (3) numbers that exist in a straight line. This defines a strength within your clients character. Where there are any three (3) empty spaces on the chart that exist in a straight line, this defines a weakness within the chart.
What Arrows are there within Pythagorean Numerology?
(Brief overview, there is a lot of information with the definition of Arrows so I have left it incredibly brief where possible)
Arrow Of Determination – A birth chart with 1’s, 5’s and 9’s in the chart together creating an arrow. It is not uncommon to have two 1’s, 5’s and 9’s. This means the power of determination is strengthened.
Arrow Of Procrastination – This Arrow divides the birth chart in two as it separates the intuitive, analytical components from physical. The birth chart is missing 1’s, 5’s and 9’s.
Arrow Of Spirituality – A birth chart with 3’s, 5’s, and 7’s. The most symbolic powerful numbers on each 3 of the planes. The mind which is 3, the soul which is 5 and practical which is 7.
Arrow Of The Enquirer – A birth chart missing the numbers 3’s, 5’s and 7’s. Originally, this Arrow was taught as the Arrow Of Skepticism.
Arrow Of Intellect – A birth chart with 3’s, 6’s and 9’s. All of these numbers are on the Mind Plane which emphasizes dominance of mental activity.
Arrow Of Poor Memory – This birth chart is missing 3’s, 6’s and 9’s.
Arrow Of Emotional Balance – A birth chart with 2’s, 5’s and 8’s. All within the Soul and Feeling Plane, there is no greater diversity of expression.
Arrow Of Hypersensitivity – This birth chart is missing number 2’s, 5’s and 8’s.
Arrow Of Practicality – On this birth chart number 1’s, 4’s and 7’s are present. All the numbers present are on the Physical Plane. This will be intensified if they have a ruling number of 4, 7 or 10. If their ruling number is of the Soul Plane 2, 5, 8 or 11, they could rise above material limitations and become capable of artists or musicians.
Arrow Of Disorder – This birth chart is missing 1’s, 4’s and 7’s.
Arrow Of The Planner – This birth chart has 3’s, 2’s and 111. This gives rise to many inspired plans. All three planes are connected. They like the function of organisation rather than practical details unless they have an Arrow Of Practicality or practical ruling number of 4, 7, 10 or 22/4.
Arrow Of Frustration – This birth chart is missing 4’s, 5’s, and 6’s.
Arrow Of Activity – This birth chart has 7’s, 8’s and 9’s which shows that they are linked. It can generally mean overboard hyperactivity.
Arrow Of Passivity – This birth chart is missing 7’s, 8’s and 9’s.
Birth Charts With No Arrows
The lack of Arrows within a birth chart will tell you quite a lot about your client. It will show you what your client will need to do in regards to devoting their time when it comes to developing their strengths in certain areas. This will show that your client needs to persevere through challenges more so than those who do have Arrows in specific areas on their birth chart. Lacking Arrows may also point towards your client being quite adaptable, they may find it easier to fit in with specific situations and be rather flexible than those with dedicated Arrows on their birth chart. This adaptable attitude and flexibility can lead towards lack of assertiveness and they may find themselves lacking control in their lives.
Tips for when your client has no Arrows on their birth chart:
- Be on the look out for compounding numbers on their birth chart. Compounding numbers can be used for strengths in a person’s character, or provide you further information in specific areas of the plane.
- Be on the look out for missing numbers to gain an understanding on what your clients weaknesses are. This will aid you in gathering information on how to assist your client.