Number 12- The Sacrifice--The Victim - One will periodically be sacrificed for the plans or intrigues of others. The number 12 warns of the necessity to be alert to every situation, to beware of false flattery from those who use it to gain their own ends. Be suspicious of those who offer a high position, and carefully analyze the motive. Although duplicity is not always present, forewarned is forearmed. There is a degree of mental anxiety, caused by the need to sacrifice personal goals to the ambition of others. A secondary meaning of this number should be considered. The figure 1 is the teacher (whether it be a person or Life itself). The figure 2 is the kneeling, submissive student. Sometimes, the result of severe emotional stress and mental anguish creates amnesia, forgetfulness of lessons previously learned. 12 represents the educational process on all levels, the submission of the will required and the sacrifices necessary to achieve knowledge and wisdom, on both the spiritual and the intellectual levels. When the intellect is sacrificed to the feelings, the mind will be illuminated with the answers it seeks. Look within for the solution. Attention paid to the requirements of education will end suffering and bring success.
PERSONALITY (adding "1" and "2")
Number 3people base every action (even when they are misguided and the action is a negative one) upon the foundation of a great ideal. They aim high for truth, and nothing less than truth will satisfy them, whether they seek the truth of a love affair, a friendship, a career, politics, or religion. They are not easily put off by evasive answers or deception, and they can spot a lie, a distortion, or dishonesty a mile away. Some of them achieve the goal of truth, others are misled into believing their own illusions, but they never stop searching. The 3 vibration is fiercely independent, seeks total freedom of speech and movement, and cannot be tied down. Travel is an absolute necessity, mingling with others and seeing the world, learning everything there is to know about every country and its people, every intellectual concept, every philosophy.
They tend to look at the bright side of everything, and their optimism is contagious. Even Capricorn's with 3 as the birth number will shock themselves with these occasional bursts of sheer Pollyanna optimism.
Because of the shining quest for truth, the 3 person is either an agnostic, an atheist, or intensely devoted to a religious principle, i.e.: nuns, ministers, monks, rabbis, and priest. Religion is an important part of the life of a 3 person, whether religion is fervently, fanatically accepted or bitterly rejected. The attitude is never neutral.
Physical challenge inspires the 3 people; therefore sports play a major role. The 3 vibration is shockingly blunt of speech, candid to a fault, and outraged at duplicity of any kind. There's a genuine love for animals and a strong tendency to defend the underdog human with the same loyalty they show to their dogs, horses, or other pets. There's a marked indifference to family ties, and marriage works only when freedom is total. The 3 vibration is associated with tests of physical strength, gambling, and taking a chance, whether at the casinos or on the floor of the stock market. The 3 person or entity will take a chance or bet on just about anything. Their bubbling optimism is delightfully contagious.
3 people often display an odd blend of the wise philosopher and the happy-go-lucky clown, and a sense of responsibility is sometimes lacking. Some of the goals, dreams, and ambitions are serious; others are silly and frivolous. Pursuing an education matters a great deal to 3 people, and they are crushed when they're denied the halls of higher learning for whatever reason. They make excellent "armchair lawyers" or professional attorneys, since the Plant Jupiter, represented by 3, rules the law.
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This information is from Linda Goodman's Star Signs, St. Martin's Press, New York, 1987.