Number 3

Number 3

Determined, stamina
Dictatorial, powerful
Highly promoted
Management qualities
Hates defeat
Cold, conservative
Protection shield
Efficient, dynamic
The Number "3"  
The number 3 stands in symbolism for the Planet Jupiter, a Planet which plays a most important role
both in Astrology and in all systems of Numerology. It is the beginning of what may be termed one of the
main lines of force that runs right through all the numbers from 3 to 9.

It has a special relation to every third in the series, such as 3, 6, 9, and all their additions. These numbers
added together in any direction produce a 9 as their final digit, and the 3, 6, 9 people are all sympathetic to one another.

Persons having a 3 for their Birth number are all those who are born on the 3rd, 12th, 21st, or 30th in any month, but the number 3 has still more significance if they should be born in what is called the" period of the 3," from the 19th February to March 20th-27th, or from the 21st November to December 20th-27th.
Let us read about qualities of Number "3" people

Qualities of Number "3"  people

General Characteristics

Number 3 people, like the number 1 individuals, are -decidedly ambitious; they are never satisfied by being in subordinate positions; their aim is to rise in the world, to have control and authority over others. They are excellent in the execution of commands; they love order and discipline in all things; they readily obey orders themselves, but they also insist on having their orders obeyed. 

Number 3 people often rise to the very highest positions in any business, profession or sphere in which they may be found. They often excel in positions of authority in the army and navy, in government, and in life generally; and especially in all posts of trust and responsibility, as they are extremely conscientious in carrying out their duties.

Their faults are that they are inclined to be dictatorial, to "lay down the law" and to insist on carrying out their own ideas. For this reason, although they are not quarrelsome, they succeed in making many enemies. Number 3 people are singularly proud; they dislike being under a compliment to others; they are also exceptionally independent, and chafe under the least restraint.

Favorable Dates & Days

Number 3 people should endeavor to carry out their plans and aims on all days that vibrate to their own number, such as on the 3rd, 12th, 21st, and 30th of any month, but more especially when these dates fall in the" period of the 3," such as from the 19th February to March 20th-27th, and from the 21st November to December 20th-27th.

The days of the week more" lucky" for them are Thursday, Friday, and Tuesday; Thursday being the most important. These days are especially good if a number making a 3 should fall on it, such as the 3rd, 12th, 21st, or 30th, and next in order their interchangeable numbers of 6 and 9 such as the 6th, 9th, 15th, 18th, 24th, or 27th.

Number 3 people are more in harmony with those born under their own number or under the 6 and 9, such as all those who are born on a 3rd, 12th, 21st, 30th. 6th, 15th, 24th. 9th, 18th, 27th.

Lucky Colors and Jewels

For" lucky" colours they should wear some shade of mauve, violet, or purple, or some touch of these colours should always be with them; also in the rooms in which they live. All shades of blue, crimson, and rose are also favourable to them, but more as secondary colours. 
Their" lucky" stone is the amethyst. They should always have one on their persons, and if possible, wear it next their skin.

Let us have a look at famous people born under Number "3"

Famous people born under
 Number "3"  

Abraham Lincoln, President U.S.A. , Winston Churchill, Field-Marshal Lord Roberts, V.C.,
Rudyard Kipling, Sir Arthur Sullivan , Sir Charles Hawtrey, Lord Beaconsfield., Darwin (Naturalist) , George Pullman (Pullman cars), Bishop Heber, Sir Alfred Austin (Poet), Richard Cobden (FreeTrade), The Earl of Aberdeen, King Haakon (Norway), George IV, The first Lord Oxford and Asquith, William Cullen Bryant Poet), Mrs. Craigie (Authoress), Pope Benedict, Mark Twain, President Felix Faure(France), Mendelssohn Composer), Cardinal Newman, Dean Swift, Voltaire, Ramsay MacDonald (1stLabour Prime Minister of England) .