Jewellery and the problem with number 8 in numerology

Jewellery and the problem with number 8 in numerology
In earrings, the number of stones has to be ideally one, three, five or seven.

Women usually buy jewellery items like earrings without counting the number of precious or other stones on them. What influence their decision to purchase them are the beauty and design of the ornament.

It is, in fact, the designers who decide the number of stones in a jewellery. Earlier, only earrings that had an odd number of stones were available but now that is not the case.

It has been found that women who wear ornaments with seven stones and a second stud faced problems in life. In fact, several hardships are posed if there are eight stones in one ear.

According to numerology, eight is a problematic number. There is a belief that if the registration number of a vehicle is 8, it may meet with an accident. As a result, many people are reluctant to purchase a vehicle with that number.

Incidentally, a businesswoman used to wear earrings with eight stones. She was advised by an astrologer that this was not auspicious. The lady replied that she had no belief in such matters. But soon the woman was arrested in connection with a case filed against her husband. Immediately, she removed the earrings.

In another case, a woman received such an earring as a gift for her wedding anniversary. When she wore it, relations with her husband worsened which almost led to divorce.

In earrings, the number of stones has to be ideally one, three, five or seven. Many diamond earrings with eight stones are now available. It is better not to purchase them and invite trouble at a high cost.

Many women have faced adverse situations over the number of stones. They have now kept such jewellery in the locker or have exchanged it to buy new ones.

Earrings with eight stones have also been found to lead to conflict between loved ones and pose hurdles before single people who wish to get married.

So, care should be taken regarding this aspect too while choosing earrings. But in case there are numerous tiny stones in an item, they need not be counted. This criterion can be applied while buying rings and lockets also.

Author: Dr P B Rajesh,

Rama Nivas, Poovathum Parambil, near ESI Dispensary, Eloor East, Udyogamandal PO, Ernakulam 683 501

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