Chinese people give too much importance to numbers. They always look for lucky numbers for their fortune and eliminate unlucky numbers to avoid misfortune in their lives. In their philosophy, a number might not be absolutely lucky or unlucky since it gives them an indication to their effect. Numerology calculator is also applied to I-Ching and Feng Shui for buildings and furniture.
This number refers to loneliness and thus is considered inauspicious.
Chinese Unlucky Number 4
In Chinese superstition, this number is a dreaded number. This is because it has the same pronunciation as the Chinese word ‘si’ which means ‘death.’ As a result, numbered items in China such as room numbers, phone numbers, or car license numbers often omit number 4 in them. Numbered products from China also eliminate number 4 e.g. Nokia mobile phone series do not have number 4; Canon PowerShot G series has G5 after G3; high buildings and hotels delete number 4 in numbering their floors, etc. Number 13 is also considered to be an unlucky number since 1+3 adds up to 4.
Chinese Unlucky Number 5
This number is homophonous with ‘not’ which indicates ‘not possible’ or ‘not prosperous’. It implies something negative and, therefore, it is unlucky. However, number 5 can be combined with another unlucky to create a beneficial effect. For example, if used together with 4, it means ‘no/not death.’ Capriciously, if combined with a lucky number such as in 528, it means ‘no good fortune for me.’
Chinese Unlucky Number 7
Number 7 is thought to be ghostly and spooky. It means anger, abandonment, and even death. In the Chinese calendar, the seventh month is called ‘the Month of Ghost.’ People believed that in the seventh month, the ghosts and spirits are released from hell to visit the mundane world. However, some Chinese do not consider this number to be luckless since their Valentine’s Day is on July 7. In a word, 7 is a neutral number in Chinese Numerology.
Chinese Unlucky Number 14
Among all the unlucky numbers, number 14 is considered to be the worst one. The ‘1’ in the number 14 does not signify loneliness; instead, it represents ‘guaranteed.’ Hence, the number would be interpreted as ‘guaranteed death’. In Mandarin, number 14 is pronounced as ‘shi si’ which means ‘ten die.’ It can be called ‘yi si’ or ‘yao si’ which means ‘want to die.’ In Cantonese, number 14 is called ‘sap ser’ which sounds like ‘certainly die.’ Due to the different meanings arising from different regions of China, number 14 is regarded neutral by a few.
Numerology Calculator plays a vital role in Chinese day to day lives. They have a huge dependence on the use of numbers which, according to their beliefs and superstitions, may be considered lucky or unlucky. The birth date and full name of one person are taken into consideration to figure out his lucky number, which is permanent for him unless he changes the name.