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 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 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…
Contracted form of JEHOSHAPHAT used in some English versions of the New Testament.
We can observe certain contradictory characteristics as a result of a few opposing influences. The 1 and the 8 both play a part in making Josaphat the strong and independent individual that he is. Authoritarian, active and resourceful; he is extremely focused on concrete and pragmatic reality, his first concern being his precious ego and his material well-being... Then there is the 9 which opens doors to compassion, altruism and a love of humanity - indeed it allows the profound expression of an unconditional love for all that is, which means that Josaphat is also a sensitive, emotional soul and an idealist at heart. Capable of great devotion, generosity and sacrifice, he aspires to join groups or associations with similar goals and convictions. But let's be clear, Josaphat never truly loses his grip on reality, indeed he makes a special effort to keep his feet firmly planted on terra firma, and if it comes to the crunch he will look after his own interests before worrying about anybody else. Furthermore, given his strong individuality, even when he takes part in group or communal activities he tends to remain on the side-lines. He is respectful, honest and rather often quite strict although tolerance isn't one of his best qualities, so he could seem quite intimidating. Endowed with courage, energy and a strong will, he is inclined to think that anything he can do, others can too... which is why he perceives so many of those around him as being lazy. He is ambitious even as a child. He isn't really cut out for subordinate roles and seeks to surpass himself, either for his own satisfaction or for the recognition it brings. He is nonetheless quite shy, for which he often compensates with a cocky attitude and a swagger. He loathes injustice and flattery (in spite of being proud and conceited) and tends to be quite touchy. All the same, he is a very responsible young man who can be completely trusted.
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What does he like?
Somewhat status-conscious and sensitive to external symbols of wealth, he isn't indifferent to the material realm and is prepared to make a lot of effort in order to succeed. An extremely generous soul, he also enjoys making other people happy. When it comes to love, he is loyal, frank, sincere and faithful; and he expects the same consideration in return. If you disappoint him he won't find it easy to forgive you, and it is likely to be even harder for him to forget. He may be bossy, abrupt and even a little coarse, but he is actually much more sensitive and affectionate than he lets on. Ladies, if you scratch the surface a little and take the time to get to know this man, you won't be disappointed.
What does he do?
Rather individualistic, he could be tempted by one of the liberal professions. Nevertheless, his sense of solidarity leads him to administrative positions where he is capable of occupying a management role, the profitable side of the profession being equally appealing. Thus we can note the following occupations: those involving the exercise of power (police, army or justice...), related to finance, management, mathematics, physics or industry...; in connection with travel (transport and tourism) and foreign countries, education and medicine.