He should not get confused between the
colours given by the number of the month and those
given by the number of the day of birth, if one will bear in mind 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" as set out in my Book of Numbers (see ch. 11) is from December 21st to January 20th in its positive aspect and
from January 21st to February 21st in its negative aspect. The number 8, as I stated in my book, has for its colours "all shades of dark grey, dark blue and purple". In my other book,
When Were You Born? I gave the same colours with the addition of "violet", and under the heading of "colours of the number 8" in the same book, I have extended the list slightly by
giving "all tones of dark greys, blues, browns and russet shades". For the lucky jewels I have given "all dark stones, such as dull rubies, carbuncles, and the deep-toned sapphire,
which is most markedly the jewel of the number 8". In the same book for persons born under a 4, I have given "all shades of grey and fawn and electric shades and the minor tints of
yellow and green". In this more recently published Book of
Numbers I have simply condensed the colours for the number 4 people to what are called "half shades, half tones or electric colours" and have stated that "electric blues" and greys
seem to suit them best of all. In all this there is no contradiction of terms, as the writers of many letters to me appear to imagine, but owing to the fact that in my last book my
theme was principally numbers, I had to give more information on that part of the subject and less space to the colours. There are so many sides to the study of the occult value of
numbers that one cannot put all the information in one book.
The following information will, I think, be useful and I am giving it in order to clear up a point which I have noticed in many of the letters that have been received.
Namely : A person born on, say, January 6th has read in my book When Were You Born ? 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". Many of those who have written to me are puzzled to know whether they should 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 bom in its
negative period, namely, between October 21st and November 27th.
If one will look up in my books the colours I have given to the number 9, they will find that they are "all shades of crimson or red, all rose tones and pink" for the positive period,
while for the negative period in my book When Were You Born? if one reads about the period October- November, one will notice I say "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 27th 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 appear 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".
Going back to the "periods of the number 9" for a moment we find the basic colours for both these periods are red, crimson and pink, but the same rule applies as it did in my example
for the "period of the 8". A person born on a 6, such as on the 6th, 15th or 24th in the period of the 9, would have as his or her principal colour all shades of blue, with red,
crimson or pink, as his or her secondary colours.
The same rule applies to every month in the year and to every date of birth. It is quite simple when one has once grasped this principle and can appreciate the marvellous harmony of
this wonderful universe in which we live.
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