Power of fascinating Numeral ‘8’
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Power of fascinating Numeral ‘8’

July 15, 2019

Research into science of ancient Vaastu and Vedic astrology reveals that numbers have a deeper meaning and unique strength. The science of Feng Shui also has its roots to numbers and the basis of Feng Shui is symbolically represented by Yin and Yang which in the modern times corresponds to the binary digits of “1 and 0.” After all, computer processors evolved from 8 and its multiples from 8 bit, 16 bit, 32 bit to 64 bit etc.

From times immemorial, symbols have had great influence and even before the evolution of numeral system, use of hieroglyph has been in existence. It is said that from ancient India evolved decimal system. Historians trace modern numerals in most languages to the Brahmi numerals, which were in use around the middle of the 3rd century BC.

Research into science of ancient Vaastu and Vedic astrology reveals that numbers have a deeper meaning and unique strength. The science of Feng Shui also has its roots to numbers and the basis of Feng Shui is symbolically represented by Yin and Yang which in the modern times corresponds to the binary digits of “1 and 0.” After all, computer processors evolved from 8 and its multiples from 8 bit, 16 bit, 32 bit to 64 bit etc.

In Vedic astrology and Feng Shui, out of the numerals 1 to 9, the number 8 has a special meaning and position. Number 8 is the most fascinating and enigmatic single digit number. Although many avoid the number,  this number continues to be the most controversial single digit number in the world of Astrology and Numerology. In Indian Vedic astrology, the number 8 is said to represent Lord Saturn and compass direction in Vaastu is West. However, Saturn in Vedic astrology is not something dreaded but is also considered to be one who bestows big wealth and opportunities based on the individuals natal charts. Those who have viewed images of Saturn will agree that Saturn is indeed unique. In Vedic astrology, number 8 is said to be favorable to all philosophers, deep thinkers and philanthropist.

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In Feng Shui, the almanac is divided into 20-year cycles and each cycle has a reigning number, the current cycle is ruled by 8 and is referred to as “Period of 8.” The number 8 is very highly regarded as a particularly lucky number and is one of the three white numbers that bring prosperity and abundance. The numeral 8 is the symbol of infinity that is familiar to mathematicians if you rotate it 90 degrees. Hence in Feng Shui, the number 8 is highly revered. In mandarin, the word eight sounds like prosper or wealth (  = fā). which in turn is short for = fā cái which means get rich.

In Advance School of Feng Shui, number 8 combines with

• 3 as these two numbers create the auspicious Ho Tu combination

• 2 creates the sum of ten with 8 and this is considered very lucky.

• 1 and 6 creates the magic of 168, a combination of three white numbers.

The loop in the 8 shows how life is. It reminds us that we come back from where we all started the journey. This is the number of hope. Life appears complicated like the knot you see in number 8 but on a closer look, you get to know that it is just 2 bubbles. [[email protected]]

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