The 9 symbolises accomplishment, ultimate fulfilment, transcendence and completion. It is synonymous with humanity, self-sacrifice and altruism. It is associated with the elements of fire and water, and in analogy with the planet Neptune, the signs of Sagittarius, Pisces, the ninth house in astrolog…
The 3 symbolises creation, issued from the union of the 1 and the 2, uniting the positive and negative forces. It is the synonym of expression and communication, success, social life and creation, notably of literary and artistic nature. It is associated with the element of air and in analogy with t…
The 6 symbolises the struggle between good and evil, harmony and the human endeavor to rise above primal instincts. It is synonymous with the home, love, marriage and domestic life, as well as the responsibility that follows. It is associated with the elements of air and earth, and in analogy with t…
From a surname which meant "cheerful" in Old English.
Blythe is a sweet-tempered and charming woman once you get to know her, however she can appear introverted, conventional and wary at first. She is highly emotional and extremely sensitive, to the extent where she is vulnerable to the slightest emotional trauma. She tends to protect herself through a certain reserve, although this doesn't prevent her from being a generous and altruistic soul. Of considerable emotional plasticity, she can easily be hurt or even wounded by life, and Blythe can be known to escape into daydreams and fantasies that are more or less unrealistic or utopic. She is fascinated by all that is weird and wonderful, and could even be tempted by artificial paradises (especially if she was born on the 9th, 18th or 27th day of the month). Because she cares so deeply about her family and takes the corresponding responsibilities seriously, Blythe often forgets her own needs in the process. With such virtues, as a child she makes the perfect big sister who can fill in for her mother if necessary. However beware of the danger in taking advantage of her big heart: she is only too ready to sacrifice herself or to assume the role of the "victim"... Love and affection are necessary for her to bloom and her upbringing doesn't need to be very firm. Indeed all forms of aggression or guilt-tripping are to be avoided because Blythe is already of scrupulous nature, and it would be preferable that this doesn't become stifling. And last, but not least, it would be desirable for her to practice an artistic or musical hobby, as well as any form of artistic expression (the theatre for example), which would provide an outlet for her potentially overwhelming emotions.
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What does she like?
A humanist, Blythe likes to devote herself to a cause, especially to movements concerned with solidarity and community - even mysticism. Receptive, intuitive and highly imaginative, she loves to dream and romanticize and is therefore interested in art and all forms of expression. In matters of the heart, her challenge will be to establish her limits, because her selflessness can result in situations where her happiness is not necessarily on the menu.
What does she do?
She excels in occupations of a humanitarian or social nature, unless it has a true vocation (art, religion, law, education or health, especially if she was born on the 6th, 9th, 15th, 18th, 24th or 27th day of the month). Anything unusual or unconventional would equally be suitable (healer, parapsychologist, dowser...), commercial occupations or those in connection with food (hotels, bakery, cuisine, dietetics...), occupations in connection with the public and travel.