The 8 symbolises balance, truth and justice. Two times 4, this is a concrete and material number. It is synonymous with possession, power and materiality. It is associated with the element of air and in analogy with the planets Mars and Pluto, the signs of Aries and Scorpio, the second, eighth and t…
The 7 symbolises soul-searching and the quest for perfection. It is a sacred and eminently spiritual number. It is synonymous with rest, meditation, study, spirituality, philosophy, religion and faith. It is associated with the elements of water and earth and in analogy with the planet Uranus, the s…
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…
Means "be grateful" in Zulu.
Who are they?
Determined, efficient, resourceful, energetic and courageous, Bongani and Aapeli are powerful personalities who aspire to lead and command others. They know how to shine, attract attention to themselves and impress others (they are often influenced by the sign of Leo) while they loathe mediocrity and are not cut out for subordinate roles. Failure therefore tends to hit them hard and can make them bitter and envious. Luckily, they know just how to grab the opportunities that life offers them, which they do rapidly and skilfully. They are not indifferent to luxury and appreciate the finer things in life. Impatient creatures, they tend to be quite irritable and lack tolerance. Thoughtful and very often intellectual, they combine their potential for action with mature reflection and rarely act on impulse, except if their anger gets the better of them. This particular mix of qualities coupled with incredible efficiency gives them a certain advantage in life. As children, they can be quite undisciplined at times as well as proud and touchy. They are tyrannical and exclusive children who don't like sharing with their brothers and sisters and their secret garden is clearly marked "keep out".
What do they like?
Whilst they are seduced by the domain of concrete, material reality, Bongani and Aapeli are also attracted to the realm of the mind. They therefore appreciate periods of solitude in a setting of peace and quiet, which allow them to spend time in reflection, meditation or intellectual enrichment. They will manifest an interest in the weird and wonderful world of esotericism (especially if they were born in July, on a 7th, 16th or 25th; or if they have a Life Path Number of 7). In matters of the heart, they have difficulty expressing their feelings and emotions, and appear rather mysterious and enigmatic. Intuitive, they understand the intricate workings of the human mind and are capable of reading their partner like a book while they themselves remain just out of reach and prefer to keep their sweetheart guessing... Exuberance and demonstrations of affection are really not their style, and they look for a community of interests - particularly on an intellectual level - in a potential partner.
What do they do?
Somewhat dispassionate when it comes to romance, Bongani and Aapeli wish to succeed in their professional lives, first and foremost. They could be particularly attracted to the liberal professions, management positions in the civil service, occupations in the field of finance, the latest technology, fashion or luxury.
Note: Two or more first names can have the same meaning - this is intended. Indeed, the names have the same numerology numbers. It's just like in astrology when two people with the same sign share the same characteristics!
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