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 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 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…
Armenian form of JACOB (or JAMES).
Who is he?
Hakob is not without a certain charm although he doesn't necessarily use it consciously. He prefers for others to like him for the sensible and subtle qualities of his mind than the seductive powers that he was nevertheless born with. He is a reserved and anxious individual who although charming and communicative, doesn't like to talk about himself much and remains quite secretive. A man who was born to win, he is capable of dynamism and determination while he is extremely persuasive and apt to be in charge. Hakob has a talent for organization and doesn't appreciate being a simple underling one bit. His capacity for work is considerable and he is of practical, analytical intelligence with a sceptical, critical mind and a sometimes caustic manner. It is effectively in self-protection that he occasionally slips a biting or sarcastic remark into his speech. The karmic 7 could equally lead him onto the path of the irrational, because his intuition, if he would only listen to it, is highly developed. This same number is also often the source of torment, anxiety and sometimes even depression. As a child, he is extremely independent - maybe even a little too much so. He often tends to withdraw from the world and can frequently be found with his nose buried in a book. He prefers to be alone than in undesirable company. Parents, It would be a good idea to inculcate the importance of sharing and cooperation, because he tends to be little too self-centred.
What does he like?
Hakob enjoys peace and quiet, study, reflection, analysis and meditation, and is often interested in avant-garde technology (such as information technology). He sometimes takes an interest in religion and the irrational. In matters of the heart, he is quite shy and conceals his acute sensitivity behind a veil of indifference that could make him appear cold and unfeeling. He is nevertheless faithful and of excellent moral character. Extremely demanding and selective in his personal relationships, he could experience solitude unless he manages to find his soul-mate, with whom he could share everything, and who he will choose according to common intellectual, cultural or spiritual affinities.
What does he do?
Occupations that are likely to be suitable are the liberal professions or a career in marketing, a scientific or technical specialization or in connection with avant-garde technology, fashion or architecture.
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