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Number 35 Meaning

ARCHETYPE NAME:
The Chieftain

The digits in the number 35 have the digit sum 8 which resonates with the planet Saturn. 35 is often written as 35/8 where the digit sum is placed after the slash. To understand 35 more in depth we recommend you also read more about the digit sum 8 here.

Introduction to the number 35

The number 35 gives lessons of strength, influence, and personal power. When balanced, you are a "good" chieftain who protects and stands up for those around you or specific causes to protect vulnerable groups of people or animals.

Money, prosperity, power, and influence fascinate 35/8 because their life lesson is about acknowledging these things (if you have 35/8, for example, as your higher life path number). But it's a bit like a child might be fascinated by a weapon, that it avoids it out of fear. So even though there may be a soft surface or personality, there is an interior deeply preoccupied with success and power. This desire is sometimes suppressed, so the person with 35/8 can be surprised and afraid of this internal drive when it sees it.

Like sister vibration 53/8, the 35/8 can be very interested in social work that balances power in society. 35/8 can locate vulnerable groups and make a stand for these groups. We find the 35 combination in the charts of social activists, feminists, anti-apartheid activists, animal welfare activists, gay rights activists, revolutionaries, etc. You can find an extensive list of activists with a 35 or 53 combination in their charts below.

The series of numbers 3,5, and 8 are called "The money triad" because each number is good at creating wealth. The 3 creates wealth through strategy and expansion. The 5 creates wealth through communication and marketing. The 8 creates wealth because it understands how the economy is built up and how to grow money. Together these numbers are a powerhouse of wealth creation. For example, we can mention Jeff Bezos, who has 35/8 and 53/8 in crucial positions in his name chart.

In imbalance, 35/8 tends to be "tribal," warlike, power-hungry, and vengeful. You judge people harshly, and as a result, some become afraid of you. Your word becomes the law. Jeff Bezos also displays some of these qualities in his "empire." It is well known, for example, that people working in Amazon warehouses have deplorable work conditions. You do as you are told, or you are "out." In strong imbalance, we find 35/8 in very tribal-minded people who live on the fringes of society, such as mafia bosses, gang members, or Hell's angels.

In balance, you become a pillar of righteousness and strength who protects the weak and upholds justice.

This was just a short excerpt about the number 35. In our online program 'Numerologist PRO Foundational,' we go in-depth with all the numbers where every aspect of the archetype is uncovered using THE NP NUMBERS 1-99 ARCHETYPING SYSTEM™. We go in-depth with Tarot, Tree of life, different numerological interpretations, detailed statistics, and analysis of the NP BIG DIAMOND CHART™ and NP VIBRATION PYRAMID™ charts. To see more about Numerologist PRO Foundational please click here.

The 35 in balance is:

  • Learning the lessons of using money and power for good purposes
  • Strong and stands up for itself, it's family and for groups of people
  • Offering leadership to fringe groups living outside of societies norms
  • Extremely powerful but has to learn to embrace and use this power first
  • Creating order through knowledge of money, communication, and law

The 35 unbalanced is

  • Hard, cynical and sarcastic potentially scaring others
  • A territorial chieftain with a 'my way or the highway' energy
  • Insulting others in displays of aggression and chest thumping
  • Preoccupied with its power and that others recognize this
  • Trusting the wrong people and advice with money and power

Keywords for inspiration

The balanced aspects, traits and adjectives of number 35 are:

3-5-8 is called the "money triad", strong leader, can achieve a lot, power and personal strength, strong survivability, stands for the weak in the community, protects the family or group, loves freedom, self-respect and confidence, power and status-conscious, wealth and money conscious, realistic, strategic, an overview of the social field, creates order and structure in society, growth and progress, influential, is respected and recognized, very tough leader (for good and for bad).

The imbalanced aspects, traits and adjectives of number 35 are:

Tribal, Hard chieftain, Potentially coarse and harsh energy, lives outside of normal community structures, insurgent and anarchist, passes judgment on others, vigilante, unforgiving, takes everything extremely personally, hard communication, my way or the highway, cheated and deceived in love, cheated in money matters, attracts unreliable people, others go behind one's backs, becomes a victim of others agendas, trusts the wrong people, follows the wrong advice, invites disaster, may attract unfortunate situations.

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Celebrities with 35 in their charts

Birth day number 3 and lifepath 5

The 35 energy can be seen in the chart of people born on an 3 day (the 3rd, 12th, 21nd, or 30th) with a 5 lifepath, subtly giving the number 35. In the charts the number 35/8 gives a certain "toughness". Here we have:

Richard Sherman (NFL cornerback), Michael Phelps (swimmer), Ivanka Trump (businesswoman), Ryan Gosling (actor), Norah Jones (singer), Paul Walker (actor), Mellody Hobson (business woman), Giovanni Ferrero (chocolate billionaire), Hakeem Olajuwon (basketball), Howard Stern (radio personality), Stevie Ray Vaughan (guitarist), Cat Stevens Yusaf Islam (rock vocalist), Marlon Brando (actor), Franklin Roosevelt (32nd US president), Vincent van Gogh (painter), Felix Mendelssohn (composer), Abraham Lincoln (16th US president), Charles Darwin (scientist)




SPECIAL THEME ABOUT 35

Civil rights activists with 35/8 and 53/8 in their charts

THE NATAL NUMBERS

Big life path number 35/8

Aung San Suu Kyi (Burmese freedom fighter)
Nelson Mandela (anti-apartheid activist)
Bhagat Singh (Indian freedom fighter)
Dorothy Day (social activist)
Emmeline Pankhurst (womans rights)
Marquis de Lafayette (french revolutionary)
Maggie Rizer (Aids activist)
Thor Halvorssen (human rights activist)
Amir-Abbas Fakhravar (journalist and activist)
Assata Shakur (black liberation army activist)
Jean Moulin (French resistance)
Johan Brouwer (dutch resistance fighter)
James La Guma (political activist)
Raden Soetomo (Indonesian freedom fighter)
Franz Jung (German writer and political activist)
Adam Kuckhoff (German writer and resistance fighter)
Christina C Bakker-van Bosse (feminist/pacifist)
Vinayak Damodar Savarkar (indian activist)
Pancho Villa (Mexican revolutionary)
Sibilla Aleramo (womans rights)
Vasil Levski (revolutionary)
Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin (womans rights)
Mary Wortley Montagu (womans rights)

Day 3 Lifepath 5 or Day 5 Lifepath 3

Al Sharpton (activist)
Raul Castro (18th president of Cuba and former revolutionary)
Margaret Sanger (feminist)
W.E.B. Du Bois (civil rights activist)
Fredrik Bajer (feminist, pacifist)
Cara Delevingne (LGBT activist)
Tarana Burke (founder of #MeToo)
Naomi Wolf (author and womans rights)
Phillip Adams (human rights)
Ahmed (South African anti-apartheid activist)
Cora Lee Johnson (social activist for rural poor)
Julius Moormann (resistance)
Jane Delano (red cross)
Wilhelmina E Drucker (womans rights)
Jacques Amyot (humanist)
Deepika Padukone (activist)
Bernadette Devlin McAliskey (Irish political activist)
Philip Berrigan (American peace activist)
Maisie Fitter (conservationist)
Anna Arnold Hedgeman (African-American social activist)
Józef Pi?sudski (Polish revolutionary)
Emma Willard (Womans rights)
Francis Lightfoot Lee (American advocate for independence)

Month 3 Year 5 or Month 5 Year 3

Fred Shuttlesworth - American civil rights activist
Howard Zinn (activist)
Thor Halvorssen (human rights)
Omer Tarin (activist)
Laurie David (activist)
Dina Pathak (womans rights)
Moncure Daniel Conway (US abolitionist)
François Nicolas Leonard Buzot (French revolutionary)
Thomas Clarkson (abolitionist)
Tupac Amaru II (Incan revolutionary)
Maximilien Robespierre (French revolutionary)
Karin Struck (womans rights)
Carlos Monsiváis (political activist)
Thomas "Tommy" Chong (cannabis rights activist)
Jahanara Imam (political activist)
Adrienne Cecile Rich (womans rights)
Otto Buchsbaum (ecological activist)
Jean-Pierre Levy (resistance leader)
Marin R Delany (abolitionist)
Levi Lincoln (revolutionary)

Day 3 Month 5 or Day 5 Month 3

Andrei Sakharov (nuclear physicist and human rights activist)
Candy Lightner (political activist)
Jahanara Imam (political activist)
Barend Busnac (resistance fighter)
Pete Seeger (folk singer and activist)
Germaine Tillion (French resistance)
Septima Poinsette Clark (civil rights activist)
Iman J van den Bosch (resistance fighter)
Dominique de Menil (human rights activist)
Jan H de Groot (dutch resistance)
Frits Slomp (dutch resistance)
Rosa Luxemburg (revolutionary)
Einstein (physicist and civil rights activist)

Day 3 Year 5 or Day 5 Year 3

Raul Castro (18th president of Cuba and former revolutionary)
Morten Nielsen (danish freedom fighter)
Doris Day (singer and animal welfare activist)
Anna Politkovskaya (human rights activist)
Christopher John Seward (aid worker)
Frank Zappa (rocker, composer, and activist)
John Lewis (civil rights leader)
William Inge Lindon-Travers (animal rights activist)
Barend Busnac (resistance fighter)
Ben Polak (resistance fighter)
Omer Vanaudenhoven (flemish reistance fighter)
Henry Lunn (English humanitarian)
Marc-Antoine de Muret (French humanist)
Rowan Blanchard (actress and activist)
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall (environmental activist)
Shamil Basayev (Chechen rebel)
Gatewood Galbraith (political activist)
Bernadette Devlin McAliskey (Irish political activist)
Karin Struck (womans rights)
Eric Molobi (anti apartheid activist)
Jerry Rubin (activist)
Mary Louise Hancock (activist)
Albertus Louis Meintser (resistance fighter)
Ethel Lois Payne (American civil rights journalist)
Albert Schweitzer (humanitarian)
Anatoly Lunacharsky (Russian Marxist revolutionary)
Clara Zetkin (womans rights)

PSYCHIC SELF CHART

PS Heart diamond 35 or 53

Eleanor Roosevelt (human rights advocate)
Kate Sheppard (suffragette, feminist)
Frederick Douglass (African-american abolitionist)

PS bottom 35 or 53

William Lloyd Garrison (american abolitionist publisher)

THE NAME CHARTS

Big personality number 35 or 53

Marsha P. Johnson (gay liberation activist)
Morten Nielsen (danish freedom fighter)
Nelson Mandela 53/8 (anti-apartheid activist)
Juliette Gordon Low (american activist, founder of Girl scouts)
Vicente Guerrero (Mexican revolutionary)
Roméo Dallaire (humanitarian)
Lucille Teasdale-Corti (international aid worker)
Adrienne Cecile Rich (feminist writer)
Johnnie Tillmon (civil rights activist)
Helmuth Hubener (activist)
Whitney M Young Jr (civil rights leader)
Willem Oosterheers (resistance fighter)
Raiford "Ossie" Davis (civil rights activist)
Cobina W "Coby" Molenaar (peace activist)
St Maximilian Kolbe (polish martyr)
Todor Aleksandrov (bulgarian revolutionary)
Micha? Drzyma?a (peasant rebel)
Anne Cai van Diest (womans rights)
Sophia Louisa Jex-Blake (womans rights)
Hadzhi Dimitar (bulgarian revolutionist)
William Alexander (American revolution)
Benedetto Varchi (humanist)
Nathalie "Tippi" Hedren (animal rights activist)
Septima Poinsette Clark (civil rights activist)
Florence Dahl Walrath (humanitarian)
Christiaan R de Wet (South african rebel leader)

Big hearts desire number 35

Bob Geldorf (activist)
Geronimo (Apache leader and resistance fighter)
Filiberto Ojeda Ríos (Puerto Rican activist)
Willem Oosterheers (resistance fighter)
Max Manus (resistance fighter)
Freerk Siemon Wolters (resistance fighter)
Josephine Beall Bruce (civil rights activist)
Sophia Louisa Jex-Blake (womans rights)
Margaret Fuller Ossoli (womans rights)
Cardinal Rodolfo Pio da Carpi (humanist)

Brand diamond 35 or 53

Brigitte Bardot bd 53/8 (animal rights activist)
Noam chomsky (political activist)
Morten Nielsen (resistance fighter)
Fred Shuttlesworth (civil rights activist)
Kevin Meadows (gay rights activist)
Naomi Klein (author and activist)
Marc Emery (canabis activist)

Personality chart heart diamond 35 or 53

Dorothy Height (civil and womans rights)
Dorothy Day (social activist)

Personality chart emotion diamond 35 or 53

Leon Trotsky (Marxist revolutionary)

Vocation chart heart diamond 35 or 53

Rosa Parks (civil rights activist)

Vocation chart emotion diamond 35 or 53

Rachel Carson (marine biologist and environmentalist)

35 is under the influence of SATURN

Saturn is perhaps the most beautiful of all planets with its huge ring system.

At Saturn's north pole, the clouds form a hexagoic geometric shape. The shape is vast spanning over 13,800 km making the shape wider than the planet Earth. The hexagon has six sides. The hexagon and the number 6 stand for love and beauty. In the middle of the 8 diamond, we also find the number 6 (digit sum of 15). This symbolizes the deep love and longing for love that number 8 feels at its core.

The vast rings of Saturn symbolize Saturn's resonance with eternity and eternal memory. But they also express Saturn's trait to keep people at a safe distance. There can be mistrust and skepticism.

Saturn people are receptive, often do not find understanding among others, and can suffer from loneliness. Their outward coldness and alienation hide the longing for a deeper and more profound love (the 6 core), but they do not know how to show it (the rings that keep people at bay).

Saturn people do not like superficiality; they like order and material security. Unfortunately, as Saturn is a planet of karma and fate, everything comes to them with difficulty, and everything must be achieved on their own.

Saturn people honor rules and laws. They are pragmatic, prudent, cautious, punctual, and methodical in everything that they do. They are hardworking and persistent in achieving their goals and ideas.

The energy of Saturn demands material well being and certainty of the future.

Saturn people both give and demand loyalty, and they are very reliable people.

THE NP NUMBERS 1-99 ARCHETYPING SYSTEM™

The Big Diamond Chart™ for 35

The NP BIG DIAMOND CHART™ is one of the main tools in THE NP NUMBERS 1-99 ARCHETYPING SYSTEM™, which helps numerologists "unpack" a number so that they can see all the vibrations born from the meeting of the first and second digits in the numbers 1-99. The chart reveals remarkable details about the psychology and possibilities for each number. In the NP BIG DIAMOND CHART™, the number is first unpacked in the main diamond (bottom middle). The two digits are laid out along the top of the main diamond, and the digit sum is placed at the bottom. The rest of the numbers are found by recursively adding the numbers, entirely unpacking the vibration. The red and green arrows show the relationships between the numbers, revealing inner tensions and resources.

The NP BIG DIAMOND CHART™ is thoroughly interpreted for you in our Numerology Foundational Course, giving you a profound knowledge about the numbers, which will help you make highly accurate numerology chart interpretations.

THE NP NUMBERS 1-99 ARCHETYPING SYSTEM™

The Vibration Pyramid™ for 35

The NP VIBRATION PYRAMID™ resembles the NP big diamond chart but is constructed in a different way revealing other details about the architecture of each number. While the big diamond chart reveals the sub archetypes present in every number, the vibration pyramid shows the different paths a number can take on its spiritual journey into the core of its being.

The NP VIBRATION PYRAMID™ is thoroughly interpreted for you in our Numerology Foundational Course, giving you a profound knowledge about the numbers, which will help you make highly accurate numerology chart interpretations.

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