Numerology predictions based on name and date of birth 10 january
Though sudden gains and losses are foreseen. Your monetary position would improve in the long run. Health, subordinates and legal matters might trouble you off and on, but improved living standard and new and important relationships that you build during this period would be on the brighter side. Children expected to bring in some thrilling news later in the year. Distant journeys, maybe overseas for some would be highly pleasurable and rewarding. The months of October, November, February and June seem to be highly beneficial.
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Some born on this day are believed to have psychic or devining abilities. Any cures that are administered on a Sunday were believed to be more likely to succeed. In some parts of the British Isles UK there is a belief that announces that any agreements that are made on a Sunday are not legal as it will offend God to make any transactions of a day of reflection and dedicated to worship.
In rural areas of the British Isles those employed for a new job on a Sunday would soon leave their post:. It was also thought to be unlucky to put clean sheets on the bed on a Sunday along with cutting your hair or nails. Regarding music, choir singers who sang a false note on this day were according to a traditional English UK belief expected to have a burnt Sunday dinner.
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You could expect a busy profitable week ahead, especially if you were in business, if you found a pair of gloves on this day, and quite naturally very unlucky to be the person who had lost them according to a rural English UK belief. A prehistoric cairn marks the spot of Druid worship where a Christian settlement was created Slieve Donhard, near Newcastle, England.
Set up by Donhard a convert of St. Patrick , pilgrimages regularly visit the place of worship, high on the hill, as it is said that St. Patrick himself appears as a result of Donhard's faith each Sunday of the year. As he appears before everyone, it is said that St.
Patrick also leads the people in the mass. This is traditionally viewed as the second day of the week. Although known as 'Monandaeg' by the Angle-Saxons it was also known as 'the day of the moon'. As a result it is said that many men and their mounts were lost in battle. The fact that this event is said to have occurred on Easter Monday is disputed, being later said to have occurred on the Tuesday, but ever since the Monday after Easter has been given this name. Devastation hit an immense area of land between Castlemaine and Sandhurst, known after by this name. According to tradition it was believed that there were three specific Mondays of the year that were considered to be unlucky.
The first Monday in April, the second in August, and the last in the month of December. It is said that Cain was born on the first Monday in April, and that later it was upon this day that he killed his brother Abel. Sodom and Gommorah was said to be destroyed on the second Monday in August, and that it was upon this day in December that Judas Iscariot was born.
Traditionally seen as the third day of the week. Tiu was the younger brother of Thor and son of Odin. The French later closely translated this name to 'Mardi' or 'Mar's Day'. It was thought that to meet a left-handed person in the early morning on a Tuesday would bring misfortune for the rest of the day according to a traditional Scandinavian belief.
It has been suggested that this may because of the fact that the day related to the God of War. Traditionally known as the fourth day of the week. He was also regarded as the God of the Dead. In most of Europe Wednesday was thought to be a very unlucky day whilst in the USA quite the opposite was believed as the following New England rhyme shows: "Monday for health, Tuesday for wealth, Wednesday the best of all, Thursday for losses, Friday for crosses, and Saturday no luck at all! It is believed that this was because they believed that the moon was created on this day.
Traditionally seen as the fifth day of the week. Originally associated with two gods, 'Jove' and 'Thor'. Thor was the God of Thunder hence the day also being known a 'Thunderday'. Jove was also known to be associated with thunder, with the French renaming the day 'Jeudi' which means 'Jove's Day'. Traditionally those of high office within the church, including royalty would wash the feet of the poor on this day.
In John, xiii, 34, the ceremony is outlined with 'Mandatum novum do vobis' meaning 'a new commandment I give unto you'. The washing of the feet is associated with Jesus washing the feet of the poor, and also too of Mary of Magdala washing the feet of Jesus. In Germany Europe Thursday was believed traditionally to be the most unluckiest of the week. As a result the practice grew of ensuring that no important business should be carried out, no marriages and even that no child should be sent to school for their first time on this day. Columba, or Columcille is associated with this day, as it is known that he was born on a Thursday in , on the 7 December.
The Celtic church notes his heast day as 7 June, revered across the British Isles and Brittany as a truely sacred man of God hence the association in ancient times of this being a holy day. This is traditionally the sixth day of the week. The name given to this day in ancient Rome was 'dies Veneris' as is was a day dedicated to Venus.
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Later the French named the day 'Vendredi' believed to have derived from the same origin. In northern countries the closest equivalent to the Goddess Venus was 'Frigg' or 'Freya' with the day becoming known by the Anglo-Saxons as 'Frige dag', later to Friday. Traditionally associated in many parts of Europe with misfortune as this was believed to be the day when Christ was crucified at Calvary, and also that this was the day that Adam was tempted by Eve with the Forbidden Fruit.
Within the Roman Catholic faith Friday was traditionally a day of abstinence. Today it is a still viewed as a day for some private act of self-denial.
According to tradition there are some practices that should be avoided if possible on a Friday including, births, weddings, the sailing of a ship, cutting your nails or starting a new job. This is indicated in the following rhyme:. A contradiction is expressed if a child was born on this day in 'Days of the Week', which indicated a more favourable omen.
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And indeed it is said that in Columbus set sail and sighted land on a Friday. In Hungarian Europe folklore it was believed be an omen of bad luck to be born on a Friday although it was believed that the onset of misfortune could be avoided or removed by placing some of your own blood on some of your own old clothing and then burning it.
The criminal underworld have an old belief that 'a burglary committed on a Friday will probably result in arrest' as perhaps a sign of divine intervention and retribution upon the criminal, and if you were bought to trial for any offence on a Friday it was thought to be a bad omen. This perhaps is connected to the Christian belief in a Friday being the worst day of the week, as this was the day identified with the Crucifixion and the death of Christ.
If it rains on a Friday an old rural belief UK was that it indicated the forecast would be fine on the following Sunday. If you dreamt on a Friday night of an event or people and then told the content of the dream to someone in your family on the Saturday morning it was more likely to happen. In Scotland UK and Germany Europe according to an old belief Friday was thought to be a good day to go courting dating. Norse men traditionally saw this as a positive day, the luckiest of the week. This was the name given to December 6 in the British Isles. Mohammedans believe that Adam was created on a Friday, and so the day is seen to be the Sabbath.
It is also believed that Eve tempted Adam with the Forbidden Fruit on this day, and that later both died on a Friday.