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# The Arrows in Numerology Grids

In one of the articles, named Numerology Grid – you would read that there are various ways of interpreting a Numerology Chart. In this article, we enlist one of the popular ways, Numerologists world over employ to determine one’s strengths and weaknesses through these grids. In a Numerology Chart or a Lou Shou Grid various arrows or lines are said to be formed. When you read a Chart/ Grid, you will see that certain numbers (on empty boxes) appear in a vertical, horizontal or diagonal fashion. They are referred to as the Arrows. A total of fifteen such arrows or lines can be formed in one Numerology Chart, and each arrow or line is believed to represents something/ some quality. Yet, note that all or even some Arrows need not necessarily get formed in each and every Numerology chart. However, most of the charts are likely to have them, and they are said to provide important and valuable clues about a person’s personality.

## The Arrow of Strength

When three numbers appear together in a row – horizontally, vertically or diagonally – the Arrow of Strength is formed.

## The Arrow of Weakness

Similarly, when three empty boxes appear in a row – vertically, horizontally or diagonally – the Arrow of Weakness is formed. Fancy Fact – These arrows are also, in some books or texts, referred to as the Arrows of Pythagoras. And, it is quite possible that Pythagoras did make use of these arrows for calculating some of the stuff. But, they were really rediscovered and reintroduced to the Western world (and to the rest of it) only in the 1930s by Dr. Hettie Templeton. She wrote and published about them in her book – Numbers and Their Influence.

#### Numerology

Numerology also believes that it is possible for almost anyone to overcome his/her limitations (present in their difficult charts) with perseverance and dedication. And also, ones with excellent charts may flounder, and may achieve little in life, if they choose to not take good advantage of their lucky stars and not hone their natural talents.