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…
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 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…
Ancient Greek (Latinized)
From the Greek name (Kleopatra) which meant "glory of the father", derived from (kleos) "glory" combined with (patros) "of the father"
Direct, frank and headstrong; they are authoritarian and bossy characters who like to be in charge. Cleopatra and Alyce nevertheless appear reserved, cautious and wary. Indeed, they are charming creatures who want to be liked and make other people happy. Refined and elegant, they tend to take care of their appearance and are all smiles, sweetness and light. They are strong-willed and capable of prolonged effort and long-term action, hard work doesn't frighten them at all! They are disciplined, courageous and trustworthy; and their friends know that they can always be counted on. On the other hand, they are inclined to be egocentric and can even be ruthlessly ambitious as well as arrogant and irascible; especially if they feel that they have been unfairly criticised or if their pride has been dented. Nevertheless, they manage to control themselves most of the time; while a peaceful, harmonious environment is necessary to their well-being. These first names are composed of dissimilar vibrations whose interactions could present certain challenges, but fortunately Cleopatra and Alyce are capable of constant evolution and self-improvement. After their 28th birthday, a less individual evolution is possible, as they become more emotional and instinctive. Even as children, they are organised and disciplined. Cleopatra and Alyce's childhood should be relatively peaceful and uneventful. Their parents can count on their sense of duty as they are always very anxious to please their loved ones...
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What do they like?
Cleopatra and Alyce appreciate order, precision, stability and security as well as harmony in their home and family lives, while they are very attached to traditional values. They loathe anything that is unnatural or unhealthy. They possess a talent for organization and management, and could be perfectionists and somewhat obsessively fussy. Not particularly romantic, they are discreet, modest and reserved and can have difficulty communicating. They would be more touched by a concrete, material contribution from their partner than a bunch of flowers...
What do they do?
Although Cleopatra and Alyce make wonderful housewives, they also aspire to professional accomplishment in one of the following domains: in connection with numbers, the land, nature and animals... the natural sciences (especially if they were born on the 4th, 13th, 22nd, 31st; or if they have a Life Path Number of 4), in relation to esthetics, comfort, the home, real estate (especially if they were born on a 6th, 15th, 24th; or have a Life Path Number of 6)..., or one of the liberal professions (if they have a Life Path Number of 1 or if they were born on the 1st, 10th, 19th or 28th day of the month).