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Numerology discussed below is more a belief, than science. Numbers, chants, music etc are believed or observed to create vibrations which affect us. That is the reason some insist that chants have to be done in original language. Belief is based on limited observation/experience by few or many without any cause-effect relationship. Variation in accuracy is an issue. Different interpretations for the same is another issue. Belief is much stronger than science or logic.

Enter text (or number) and Click at compute to get the value (as per indian and western code) and characteristics:



Indian Code Single digit:
Western Code Single digit:

Notes on Numeralogy program

This program calculates number value for the text or text and numbers entered in to text box as per given table below.

. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
Indian 1 2 3 4 5 8 3 5 1 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 1 2 3 4 6 6 6 5 1 7
Western 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

The ying and yang of numbers:
All odd numbers are considered male (dynamic) and all even numbers are considered female (static) in nature.
Purusha (male), the unchanging, formless aspect of God, universal consciousness. Prakriti or Mother Nature. Any number added to 8 reduces by one.

Psychic Number, Destiny Number and Name Numbers :
Psychic number is the day of the month in which we are born. Some instead of changing the date at 12.00 mid-night, they use sunrise or dawn.Psychic number is how we perceive ourselves and the world around us.
Destiny Number is the sum total of our entire date of birth along with the month and the year. This single digit number represents the way the world perceives us. Also represents destiny due to our previous actions/Karmas.
Name number is the sum total of the numbers each of which is connected to an alphabet. There is western and indian system of assigning numbers to characters. The name number is entirely connected with the outside material world. Some systems use full name (entire name with the family name as exists on the official documents) such as passport, or popular name that one is known by such as a pen name, screen name etc.

Some characteristics of numbers


ZERO or 0 is the Alpha (beginning) and Omega (the highest) as there is no beginning and no end; all is infinite. The ancients proclaimed that the God force is a circle whose centre is everywhere and its circumference is nowhere. Zero is the symbol of nothingness and denotes freedom from limitations in this material world. Zero is the number of the God force and Universal Energies and reinforces, amplifies and magnifies the vibrations of the numbers it appears with. The number zero encompasses the attributes of all other numbers, and brings one closer to the God force or Source .

Number zero resonates with the vibrations and energies of eternity, infinity, oneness, wholeness, continuing cycles and flow, and the beginning point. Number 0 stands for potential and/or choice, and when this number presents and recurs it is a message to do with developing one s spiritual aspects as zero is considered to represent the beginning of a spiritual journey and highlights the uncertainties that may entail. It suggests that you listen to your intuition and higher-self as this is where you will find all of your answers.


Number 1 resonates with the vibrations and attributes of new beginnings, creation, independence, uniqueness, motivation, striving forward and progress, ambition and will power, positivity and positiveness, the energies of pioneering, raw energy, force, activity, self-leadership and assertiveness, initiative, instinct and intuition, the masculine attributes, organization, achievement and success, strength and self-reliance, tenacity, forcefulness and authority, love, inspiration, attainment, glory, happiness, fame, fulfilment and omniscience, and creating your own realities.

Negatively, number 1 relates to single-mindedness, intolerance, conceit, narrow-mindedness, lacking in emotion and being weak-willed, dependence, passivity, aggression, arrogance and dominance.


Number 2 resonates with the vibrations of service and duty, balance and harmony, adaptability, diplomacy, charm, co-operation, consideration, friendliness, receptivity and love, understanding, personal will, the peacemaker, gentleness and kindness, art, insightfulness, ambition, sensitivity, placidity, just and justice, selflessness, sociability and support, attention to detail, decisiveness, poise, intuition, caution, flexibility, grace, devotion, mediation, partnerships and relationships, encouragement, happiness and musical rhythm, faith and trust and serving and living your Divine life purpose and soul mission.

Negatively, number 2 resonates with indifference, the inability to take responsibility, fearfulness, pessimism, dependency, indecisiveness, hesitation, lack of balance, instability and irresoluteness, insensitivity, inflexibility, stagnation, a lack of consideration, unemotional and unloving, argumentative and disagreeability, fears such as the fear of unplanned changes, of making mistakes, of being alone and the fear of the unknown.


Number 3 resonates with the energies of optimism and joy, inspiration and creativity, speech and communication, good taste, imagination and intelligence, sociability and society, friendliness, kindness and compassion, art, humour, energy, growth, expansion and the principles of increase, spontaneity, broad-minded thinking, encouragement, assistance, talent and skills, culture, wit, a love of fun and pleasure, freedom-seeking, adventure, exuberance, brilliance, free-form, being brave, non-confrontational, free-form, rhythm, passion, surprise, sensitivity, self-expression, affability, enthusiasm, youthfulness, enlivenment, psychic ability, manifesting and manifestation.

Number 3 resonates with the energies of the Ascended Masters, and indicates that the Ascended Masters are around you, assisting when asked. The Ascended Masters help you to focus upon the Divine spark within yourself and others, and assist with manifesting your desires. They are helping you to find peace, clarity and love within.

Negatively, number 3 relates to indifference, a lack of stamina and concentration, a spectacular rise and fall, mood swings and mania.


Number 4 resonates with the vibrations and energies of practicality, organization and exactitude, service, patience, devotion, application, pragmatism, patriotism, dignity, trust and trust-worthiness, endurance, loyalty, mastery, building solid foundations, conservatism, determination, production and hard work, high morals, traditional values, honesty and integrity, inner-wisdom, security, self-control, loyalty, conscientiousness, reality and realistic values, stability and ability, progress, management, justice, seriousness, discipline, system and order, maintenance, constructiveness, dependability, conviction, passion and drive. Number 4 also resonates with the energies of the Archangels.

Negativity, number 4 relates to a lack of convention and conviction, the inability to adapt, clumsiness, laziness and dullness.


Number 5 resonates with the influences and attributes of personal freedom, the unconventional, individualism, non-attachment, change, life lessons learned through experience, variety, adaptability and versatility, resourcefulness, motivation, progress, activity, experience, travel and adventure, sympathy and understanding, sociability and companionability, release and surrender, influence, sensuality, promotion, natural flair, vivacious, courage and being courageous, health and healing, idealism, telepathy, pleasure-seeking and pleasure loving, vitality, vision and the visionary, expansion, opportunity, story-telling, mercy, kindness, invention, magnetism, competitiveness, imagination, curiosity, cleverness and intelligence, and making life choices and decisions.

Negatively, number 5 relates to being rash and irresponsible, inconsistent, unreliability, thoughtlessness, non-committal, fear of change, rigid in thought and action, a lack of vitality, a dislike of confinement and routine, restlessness, inactivity and stagnation, upheaval and discord.


Number 6 is related to the vibrations and energies of unconditional love, balance and harmony, home and family, domesticity, parenthood, guardianship, service to others, selflessness, responsibility, nurturing, care, empathy and sympathy, self-sacrifice, humanitarianism, the ability to compromise, emotional depth, honesty and integrity, adjustment, stability, poise, protection, firmness, healing, idealism, just and justice, conscientiousness, burden-fearing, solution-finding, problem-solving, seeing clearly, teaching, convention, curiosity, peace and peacefulness, circulation, grace and dignity, simplicity, reliability, material needs and economy, providing and provision, agriculture and growth, musical talent.

The negative aspects of number 6 are weakness and being weak-willed, a superiority complex, impracticality, shallowness, submissiveness, restlessness, unsupportiveness, selfishness and being easily stressed.


Number 7 resonates with the vibrations and energies of the Collective Consciousness , faith and spirituality, spiritual awakening and awareness, spiritual enlightenment, spiritual acceptance and development, mysticism, intuition and inner-knowing, inner-wisdom, psychic abilities, the esoteric, inner-selves, deep contemplation, introspection, eccentric, religion, thoughtfulness, understanding of others, natural healer and healing, secrets, myth, ritual, peace, poise, emotions and feelings, inner-strength, endurance and perseverance, persistence of purpose, the ability to bear hardships, quick-wit, the loner, solitary, isolation, long-sighted, the non-conformist, independence and individualism, intentions, manifesting and manifestation in time and space, good fortune, mental analysis, philosophy and the philosophical, technicality, scientific research, science, alchemy, genius, a keen mind, specialising and the specialist, the inventor, determination, the written word, logic, understanding, discernment and discerning, knowledge-seeking, study, education and learning, writing and the writer, evolution, stability, the ability to set limits, completion, refinement, stoicism, silence, perfection, chastity, dignity, ascetic, rigor, ahead of the times.

Negatively, the vibrations of the number 7 are morbidity and depression, inactivity, hypercritical, anti-social, pessimistic, dependency and co-dependency, stagnation, lack of persistence, pride, narrow-mindedness, distance, arguments and being argumentative, misanthropic, resentment and being resentful, self-righteousness, unwilling and/or unable to share ideas and compromise, limitations and silence.


Number 8 resonates with the influences and vibrations of authority and personal power, self-confidence, executive ability, confidence, inner-strength, professionalism and the professional, management, material freedom, success, good judgement, money, finances, riches, manifesting wealth, abundance and prosperity, provision, investments, discrimination and discernment, giving and receiving, thoroughness, dependability, self-reliance, repose, practicality, consideration, inner-wisdom, self-sufficiency, social status, pragmatism, the ego, aggregation, compassion, dictatorship, executive, delegation, reality, truth and integrity, compassion, dictatorship, multiples, employment, stability, appearance, customs, skills and talents, exchanges, truth, good judgement and problem-solving, organisation and organizing, achieving and achievements, decisiveness, control, constant, ambition, the authoritarian, challenge, efficiency, trustworthiness, insight, planning and the planner, sociability, works independently, learning through experience, true justice, retreat, patience, caution, self-discipline, free-will, insight, spiritual consciousness, a desire for peace and a love of humanity and world transformation. Number 8 is the number of Karma the Universal Spiritual Law of Cause and Effect.

The negative aspects of number 8 are a superiority complex, greed, tactlessness and domineering.


Number 9 is the number of Universal love, eternity, faith, Universal Spiritual Laws, karma, spiritual enlightenment, spiritual awakening, service to humanity, humanitarianism and the humanitarian, lightworking and lightworkers, leading by positive example, philanthropy and the philanthropist, charity, self-sacrifice, selflessness, destiny, soul purpose and mission, generosity, a higher perspective, romance, inner-strength, public relations, responsibility, intuition, strength of character, learning to say No , creative abilities, sensitivity, loyalty, generalist, discretion, brilliance, problem-solving, inner-wisdom, self-love, freedom, popularity, high ideals, tolerance, humility, altruism and benevolence, empathy, compassion, non-conformity, artistic genius, an expansive viewpoint, eccentricity, communication, influence, perfection, magnetism, understanding, forgiveness, compassion and sympathy, the visionary, duty and calling, obligation, mysticism, optimism and Divine wisdom. Negatively, number 9 relates to disconnection, lethargy and an inability to concentrate and focus.


Number 10 resonates with the vibrations and energies of leadership, optimism, confidence, independence, creative powers, success, energy, originality, adaptability, determination and individuality. The number 10 reduces to the single digit of 1 (1+0=1).

10 - wheel of fortune. It is number of honour, faith and self confidence. The number 10 represents an energy of self-determination in all its aspects. Similarly with self-determination. 10 will decide its own path and travel along it at its own pace, doing the things it determines to do. The essence is independent, knows itself to be whole, and is comfortable being alone.


11 is considered to be a master number and for intuition. Warning of hidden dangers, trial and treachery from others. 11 is a spiritual number. 11 needs to be out front, but it also needs teamwork and cooperation. It must have interaction to exist. 11 represents a composition containing the ideas of: Intuition; Spirituality; Teaching; Charisma; and Dynamism.


Number 12 is a creative number. The 12 essence has within it imagination, effective communication, tolerance, self-sufficiency, self-determination, cooperation, optimism, and dynamism. It's optimism and dynamism is transmitted to others. Negative side: suffering and anxiety of mind. Sacrificed for the plans or intrigues of others.


13 is number change of plans, place etc. Also symbol of power, upheavel and destruction. It is not unfortunate and but a number of focus and pragmatism. It's primary focus is building a secure foundation for the future. The energy of 13 tends to resonate best when pursuing its goals without interference. The persistence of 13 is powerful. Its power may be a reason for the negative superstitions.


number 14 is a number of expressing personal freedom, including independence and self-determination. Number of movement, combination of people and things, and danger from natural forces. Fortunate for dealing with money, speculation, and change in business.


Number of magic and mystery, also family and harmony. The number 15 is curious and tends to pursue a specific ideal. 15 represents: Family; Harmony; Exploration; Curiosity; and Idealism. The 15 essence includes health, healing, and domestic activity.


number 16 is a number of introspection. It's wise, intuitive, and tends to be independent. Warning for a danger, defeat of one's plans. 16 is both spiritual and analytical, a philosopher with sound arguments. 16 is self-determined and intuitive and confident with its inner wisdom. https://affinitynumerology.com/number-meanings/number-30-meaning.php


number 17 is a business number, focused on building things intended to last for many generations. 17 represents: Business; Independence; Efficiency; Introspection Building. 17 essence is also an explorer, new subjects and new ways of doing things. The person has risen superior in spirit to the trials and difficulties in life or his career.


Number 18 has to do with humanitarianism, independence, and building something of lasting benefit. 18 is the welfare of humanity. 18 represents: Humanitarianism; Self-determination; Tolerance; Efficiency.


Nnumber 19 is both a starter and a finisher. 19 is often alone. The ideas of drive, independence, self-sufficiency, exploration, compassion, tolerance, enthusiasm, and a powerful initiative. It is a number promising happiness, success, esteem and honour, and success in one's plans.


The number 20 is a teamworker and effective diplomat focused on relationships. Superb negotiator. Number representing the awakening of new purpose, new plans, new ambitions,the call to action. Represents: Relationships; Teamwork; Companionship; Coexistence; Diplomacy.


number 21 is both a creative spirit, optimistic and enthusiastic that it tends to inspire others. Represents: Creative self-expression Optimism Inspiration Relationships Diplomacy


Number 22 is pragmatism, a master number, ambitious number. Represents: Pragmatism; Ambition; Discipline; Cooperation; Builder.


number 23 has similarities to the number 5's adventuresome and witty existence. 23 contains elements of companionship, diplomacy, and teamwork energies, and also creativity. Number representing promise of success, help from superiors and protection from those in high places. 23 is about: Expression of Personal Freedom; Curiosity; Diplomacy; Companionship; Creative self-expression; Adventure.


Number 24 is a number of family, harmony, idealism, and companionship. Represents: Family; Idealism; Companionship; Diplomacy; Security. Assistance and association of those of rank and position with one's plans.


25 is intuitive, curious, and introspective. The number has a scientific inclination and also a spiritual orientation. Number denoting strength gained through observation of people and things. Represents: Intuition; Introspection; Diplomacy; Curiosity; Sensitivity.


Number 26 an efficient and diplomatic, team-focused number 8 with a balanced view of the pros and cons of situations and opportunities. 26 is about: Business; Realism; Teamwork; Family; Diplomacy; Efficiency.


Number 27 is about philanthropy and compassion in a cooperative atmosphere. 27 endeavors to inspire others to support humanitarian groups and organizations. Represents: Humanitarianism; Compassion; Philanthropy; Cooperation; Tolerance.


Number 28 is both a leader and a teamworker. Represents: Self-determination; Independence; Relationships; Diplomacy; Business. Number is full of contradictions.


The number 29 is highly relationships oriented. Represents: Relationships; Teamwork; Compassion; Companionship; Diplomacy. Number indicates uncertainities.


number 30 represents highly creative and social energies. A number of thoughtful deduction, retrospection, and mental superiority. All powerful number but depends on the will or desire of person. 30 resonates with optimism. 30 is about: Creative self-expression; Social certainty; Tolerance; Imaginative; Inspiration; Optimism;


number 31 represents practical, yet creative, energy. A number of thoughtful deduction, dependable and methodical. Represents: Pragmatism; Creative expression; Security; Sincerity; Conscientiousness; Dependability.


Number 32 values spontaneity and creativity more than practicality. 32 has a sense of joy and positive outlook on life. About: Creative Expression of Personal Freedom; Curiosity; Optimism; Companionship; Adventure; Inspiration.


The number 33 family and harmony, to pursue a specific ideal. Also Creative self-expression, Optimism, and Idealism. It can be very persuasive.


34 represents pragmatism, Introspection, inspiration, science and spirituality. 34 is also intuitive. It approaches life with an understanding and certainties.


number 35 is about A knack for business and material accumulation. 35's interests are predominantly temporal, concerned with material values and with building significant works and political effectiveness. Represents: Building; Business; Realism; Efficiency; Balance.


36 is a humanitarian, rather idealistic and long term view. Represents: Humanitarianism; Philanthropy; Creative self-expression; Family; Idealism; Optimism.


Number 37 is a highly independent and creative number. Represents: Independence; Exploration; Creative self-expression; Introspection; Self-determination; Optimism.


number 38 is about relationships and talent for dealing with people in a creative and sensitive way. Represents: Co-existence; Relationships; Creative self-expression; Efficiency; Diplomacy; Optimism;


number 39 is social, optimistic, tolerant, and inspiring. Represents: Creative self-expression; Optimism; Family; Tolerance; Humanitarianism; Idealism.


number 40 represents highly practical and conscientious energies. About: Pragmatism; Dignity; Security; Focus; Method; Dedication.


41 is sensual, adventurous, and has a quick wit. Can be blunt. About: Expression of Personal Freedom; Curiosity; Pragmatism; Focus; Self-determination; Adventure.


Number 42 represents idealistic, but also pragmatic. A nurturer nurturing individuals, family, and community. 42 is about: Nurturing; Family; Pragmatism; Relationships; Idealism; and Focus. 42 is also a number of healing and health.


Number 43 is introspective, analytical, and pragmatic. Represents: Introspection; Analysis; Pragmatism; Inspiring; Wise.


Number 44 is a focus on efficient and conscientious business building. About realistic, pragmatic, efficient, disciplined, and confident. It is conscientious, balanced, and methodical with a focus on what it wants to accomplish.


45 represents reliability, patience, focus on building a foundation for the future, and wit. Represents: Humanitarianism; Compassion; Pragmatism; Conscientiousness; Adventure.


Number 71 resonates with business, efficiency, and introspection. 71 represents a composition containing the ideas of: Business; Introspection; Efficiency; Building and Independence. Business is a tool 71 uses to accomplish both societal and personal goals. The number 71 is focused on the present reality, seldom focused on past issues except when reviewing for information related to making decisions in the present. It's unlikely to deceive itself, but to see clearly and deal with situations and consequences as they exist.

Number 1 SUN King, Leadership Qualities, Egoistic

Number 2 MOON Queen, Emotions

Number 3 JUPITER Guru, Minister, Counselor, Creative, Hungry of Knowledge,

Number 4 RAHU Mischievous, Shadow of Sun, and Planner

Number 5 MERCURY Prince, Accountant, Mental & Emotional Balance

Number 6 VENUS Guru, Bad Minister, Strategy expert, Dancer, Luxury

Number 7 KETU Shadow of Moon, Secretive, Cheat-facer,

Number 8 SATURN Judge, Servant, Struggle, Money Manager

Number 9 MARS Commander, Humanity, Anger, Honorable old life

Sun Positive 1
Negative 4
Moon Positive 2
Negative 7
Mars Positive 9
Mercury Positive 5
Jupiter Positive 3
Venus Positive 6
Saturn Positive 8
Rahu (Sun s Negative) 4
Ketu(Moon s Negative) 7


1 Sun SUNDAY 1
2 Moon MONDAY 2
3 Mars TUESDAY 9
4 Mercury WEDNESDAY 5
5 Jupiter THURSDAY 3
6 Venus FRIDAY 6
7 Saturn SATURDAY 8

Similarly, specific numbers or digits have also been assigned to each of the twelve zodiac signs.
Thus, these twelve sun signs also represent digits 1 to 9.


Sun (Surya)	Shiva
Moon (Chandra)	Parvathy / Gowri
Mars (Kuja)	Subramaniam (Murugan/Karthikeyan)
Mercury (Budha)	Vishnu
Jupiter (Guru)	Dakshinamurthy
Venus (Shukra)	Lakshmi
Saturn (Shani)	Yama
Rahu (Dragons head)	Durga
Ketu (Dragons tail)	Ganesh

Description and Nature of Nine Planets

1. Sun: King, Masculine, Royal, Individualistic, Ego, Intelligence, Truthful, Structure, Original, Cruel, Image-conscious, Attention-seeking, power hungry, political mind, Stable, proud, the supporter of arts and tradition.
The vibrant and glorious sun energy represented in a human form. He rides on a single wheel chariot with seven horses, which represent the seven colors of the rainbow. His charioteer Arun is the pre-maturely hatched and hence handicap son of Vanita, the mother of all the bird species in our world. His colors are Orange-Yellow. Thanks to Pieter Weltevrede for providing the images of each planet for this short analysis on Vedic Hindu numerology Charts.

2. Moon: Queen, Royal, Feminine aspect, Caring, Sensitive, Ever-changing, Creativity and Arts, Traditionally has a Supportive function, Loves being at home, Diplomatic, Waxing and Waning hence moody, Clever, think on their feet.
The gentle moon on his animal vehicle, the fickle-minded, sensitive and symbol of spirituality, the deer in Vedic Hindu numerology Chart. The moon in Hindu mythological stories is married to 27 wives, each of which actually represents the 27 nakshatras in the sky (A more detailed breakdown of sky than the 12 zodiac signs, Each nakshatra consists of 13 20 degrees whereas one zodiac sign is 30 degrees (making a 12 X 30 = 360 circle)). Romantic and prone to indulging in sensual pleasures the moon is cursed to wax and wane as he was only partial to one beloved wife, Rohini, in which Nakshatra he still remains most exalted in astrology. The stories were woven around facts and data to make them easy to remember and so that they became visual, symbolic representations of that particular energy.

3. Jupiter: Teacher, Talkative, Creative, Prime-minister, Giver, Deep knowledge on particular subjects rather than knowing little on many subjects, weakness for sex, happy, independent, positive, religious/spiritual, creative, critical, masculine.
The guru of the devtas/angels, Jupiter or Brihaspati in Sanskrit is considered one of the most benefic and auspicious planets in Vedic Hindu numerology Chart. Extremely learned and knowledgeable, his universal role is to make sure the balance of good and evil keeps tilting towards the positive. He rides on a stable, royal and revered animal-vehicle, the elephant. Jupiter signifies progress and prosperity. Guru is the divine guidance that takes us from the darkness into the light. The good advice, the dear friend, the helpful father or the devoted mother, a caring sister, a strict teacher, a correction rocket, lady luck, a protector and savior, a good doer, one s whose intentions are good. Jupiter is truly a great savior and in the world (physical, mental and spiritual) fraught with pitfalls and traps.

4. Rahu: Unpredictable, rebellious, disrespectful, materialistic, practical, antagonistic, accident-prone, disciplined, devoted, out-of-the-box, unconventional, neutral gender, non-conformist, secretive in Vedic Hindu numerology Chart.
Rahu, was born when the oceans of milk were being churned for universal treasures by the demons and angels alike. Both sides needed each other for this churning to take place, which produced amongst other gifts, the nectar of the immortality, Amrit.
Rahu, a demon/asur keen to have a taste of it, disguised himself and crossed onto the side of the devtas/angels and stood in the line where it was being distributed but just as he took a sip of it, Vishnu, the god of preservation, recognized his disguise and cut his head off. The demons head is Rahu. Immortal he did become as people still write about him, worship him and want to know more about him in 2016! Even a demon can be worshiped as a God, the line of good vs. evil was again redrawn.
The ferocious tiger is the animal-vehicle of Rahu. Imagine the mastery that Rahu has over the craft of illusion that he was able to trick the nimble and alert divine beings that dwell in heaven, the devtas, into making him immortal. A master of disguise, a trickster, a magician, a great movie director all remind one of Rahu s powers of illusion.

5. Mercury: Youthful, prince/princesses, communicative, good at business, neutral gender, problem to maintain relationships, bored easily, nervous, problem to concentrate, easily distracted, can come across as superficial, not so great health, intelligent, entertaining.
Evergreen, knight on a shining amour, Mercury has a dual personality thus represented by the Lion and the Elephant, both of which are his animal-vehicle. In this picture he is shown as a lion having an elephant trunk. These two represent the fierce and the calm side of mercury personalities.
The mercurial nature of this planet reflects in their inability to perform spiritual practices, which require a lot of patience and concentration, as they are ever changing, bored easily and love new things. Born from the affair of the Moon (mind) with Jupiter s (knowledge) wife, Tara, the illegitimate child mercury (intellect) can be very shrewd and cunning when required. He is the planet for logic, mathematics, business, communication, writing, luck, money, entertainment and calculation.

6. Venus: Slow, female, luxury, beauty, lacks discipline, poor health, love the good things in life, problem to say no to people, problems in relationships, pleasing, sensual, romantic.
Venus, or Shukracharya (Shukra in Sankskrit translates as semen, and Archarya means teacher, a teacher of the art of love ) is the guru of the demons/asurs. He specializes in the technique called Sanjeevani Vidya that can bring people back to life and he is only one who has this knowledge.
It is interesting to note that Venus, the planet goes through a very interesting visibility cycle, appearing for 263 days each as a morning star and then an evening star disappearing for a few weeks in between and then like being re-birthed again reinstating his connection with cycles of birth, death, re-birth and the vital force semen in the male body.
A scientist held in great esteem, He advises the demons on warfare, medicinal herbs, strategy and philosophy. Venus is the most beautiful planet in the sky, and no doubt represents beauty, romance, sex and the arts. There is no land animal that is more elegant than the horse, how apt for it to be selected as the animal-vehicle for the planet of beauty. Venus had a troubled childhood and developed a long-standing enmity with Vishnu and the Devtas/Angels. So he is in some ways the atheist scientist that is always trying to deny the existence of God and defend the might of science.

7. Ketu: Spiritual, directionless (no head only body), philosophical, artistic, creative, writers, doubting nature, detached, occult, suspicious nature, neutral gender, intuitive, inventive, obsessive, always asking the question, why .
Ketu, is the headless body of the same demon that stole a few drops of the nectar of immorality. Since there is a body with no head, Ketu dominated people are directionless, roaming forever in the deep woods of self-realization, on long and never-ending spiritual journeys. Ketu is the planet associated with Moksha or Nirvana or self-realization. The symbol of the fish is considered extremely auspicious in the Vedic Tradition.
The fish symbolism can also be found in the sign of Pisces where Ketu happens to rather exhilarated. Ketu is the complete opposite of materialistic Rahu, hence very often spiritual worlds and materialistic worlds have little in common and no connection in fact they are diametrically opposite to each other. Ever heard of a genuine saint that lived in a palace

8. Saturn: King-Maker, Servant, likes to do monotonous jobs, represents the masses, justice-seeking, unfortunate in materialistic sense, occult, mystic, slow, good judge of other people, depressive outlook, dark, neutral gender, wise.
Saturn, the dark lord of the universe is the planet of justice and rules law & order. He is the half- brother of the god of death, Yama, so he gives a near-death experience but wont let you die because then the suffering that one has to undergo would not be possible.
He is the son of the Sun from a shadow-image his real wife created of herself because she was not able to bear the heat of the sun. Saturn grew up with a feeling of injustice having been meted out to his mother. He hates the Sun i.e. authority and went off on his long journey to find his purpose in life, carrying the burden of being the son of an illustrious father until he is blessed by Lord Shiva and appointed the portfolio of Justice.
The animal-vehicle for Saturn is a raven or bird of prey or scavenger or then a black buffalo. Saturn is a planet associated with occult practices, occult-sciences, esoteric matters, penance and mysticism. His strange and mysterious nature and ways makes him one of the most misunderstood planets in Vedic Astrology. Saturn gives us suffering so that we may burn up our Karmas, good or bad, and go closer to God-hood. Unfortunately God would not exist if it weren t for suffering.

9. Mars: action, warrior, idealistic, direct in their talk, no-nonsense, energetic, like sports, commander-in-chief, auspicious, live their spirituality instead of talking about it, masculine, strong, love to say no .
The warrior planet Mars is represented by the fertile red color in Vedic hindu numerology chart. Extremely auspicious and full of energy Mars is a planet associated with fire, anger and brute force. Idealistic and agile at the same time Mars, is associated with Kartikey, the warrior son of Lord Shiva as well as with Hanuman, the monkey-god from the Ramayan, both known to be associated with the animalistic raw energy that loves action versus wasting time thinking things out.
There is an association with land as Mars is the son of the Mother Earth. A Ram is the apt animal-vehicle for Mars always poised in a posture that appears to defy the look before you leap philosophy. Mars is fiery and angry. It is passion, the fire in the belly, energy levels, ability to work hard, intensity of the stomach acid, health, accidents, martial life, traditionally a malefic unless well placed.
Nine is a whole number. Anything added to nine equals that number itself. Nine remains unaffected.