The 5 symbolises evolution, freedom, change and pleasure. It is synonymous with sensuality and adaptability. In addition, it is associated with the element of air, the planets Mars and Mercury, and in analogy with the sign of Aquarius and sometimes Aries, the fifth house in astrology and the sanguin…
The 4 symbolises spirit entering into matter. It’s the square - image of stability, power and construction. It represents work, labour, service and sometimes a certain rigidity or narrow-mindedness. It is associated with the element of earth, the planet Saturn, the signs of Taurus and Capricorn, the…
The 1 is the symbol of unity; it is the origin of all things, the breath of creation. A masculine and odd number, it represents the self, the distinct personality of this being, their individuality, ambition, strength, will and energy. It is associated with the element of fire and in analogy with th…
From the name of the amaranth flower, which is derived from Greek (amarantos) meaning "unfading"
Bubbly, curious, adaptable and mobile, Amarantha needs to exert herself physically otherwise her nervousness can quickly become overwhelming. Impatient, swift and reactive, she likes to get on with things and if this isn't possible she can be quite irritable and quick-tempered. She is a truly independent woman and her freedom is sacred to her, so she doesn't tolerate restriction very well. Distinguished and conscious of the effect that she has on others, she presents herself as an example and is concerned about the opinion that others may have of her. Her apparent ease at making friends and her gift for expression could be disconcerting for those around her. One could be forgiven for thinking that she is shallow - however nothing could be further from the truth! Underneath the cheerful and light-hearted exterior she is a modest, sober and profound woman who prefers to keep her problems to herself. Authoritarian and determined, but also anxious; she takes her responsibilities seriously. Of a nervous temperament, she doesn't know what it's like to be inactive and is always busy with something. She is attracted to adventure and rarely passes up an opportunity to travel and discover a new elsewhere. As a child, she worries a lot and needs plenty of reassurance; her parents should make sure that she is aware of her inherent worth, because she lacks confidence in herself. Furthermore, she can just as easily be unstable and undisciplined as well-behaved and wise. It all depends on her upbringing and the moment in question. Her parents should teach her the notion of limits while being careful to respect her independent spirit. This will allow trust to bloom and Amarantha will blossom as a human being. There is no need to be strict with her, in fact such an attitude would be quite counterproductive and could lead to her becoming emotionally inhibited as an adult.
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What does she like?
She appreciates order and cleanliness, craves stability and security, and is very attached to social and traditional values. A bit of a snob, she has great expectations of a potential partner; but when she falls in love, it will be forever. She will be charming, seductive and a wonderful hostess who has a profound sense of responsibility...
What does she do?
Because she seeks security above all else, a career as a civil servant could be a suitable choice. Otherwise, she could find satisfaction through one of the liberal professions (especially if she has a Life Path Number of 1 or if she was born on the 1st, 10th, 19th or 28th of the month), or in connection with expensive objects (jewellery, furs and skins...), or with fashion. Occupations related to nature, the land, and possibly the natural sciences could equally be possible choices (chemistry, mathematics, dietetics...).