The digits in the number 57 add up to 12
called the secondary digit sum, which again adds up to 3
called the primary digit sum which resonates with the planet Jupiter. 57 is often written as 57/3
where the primary digit sum is placed after the slash. To understand 57 more in depth we recommend you also read more about the secondary digit sum 12 here
and the primary digit sum 3 here
Introduction to the number 57
The number 57/3 is a vibration that gives a great need to explore new places and cultures and often longs to go abroad. We have here the archetype of the explorer – for example, the "Indiana Jones" archeologist – or the famous polar explorers of the 19th century.
Both the number 5 and the number 7 are curious numbers. The number 5 wants action and that there always is activity around them. The number 7 would like to understand how things work on a deeper level. 5 and 7 form 12/3, which is about knowledge and expansion. Together, these numbers create a considerable urge to travel out and discover new things, places, and people.
But you do not only have to be an adventurer in the outside world. You can also be an adventurer inwardly, where you go on a journey of discovery inside yourself and uncover the greatest mysteries of psychology and spirituality.
Among people with 57/3 in their charts, we can find some of the greatest philosophers and thinkers who dive deep into matter to find answers to the greatest riddles and mysteries. Our statistical research in 3110 of the most well-known scientists and 365 inventors through history reveals that their predominant combination is a 5 day of birth and a 7 life path number. Science and invention are fields where curiosity and the willingness to go deep meet hand in hand (Numerologist PRO Statistics).
In imbalance, the 57/3 has many ideas and visions but doesn't follow through and ends up regretting later in life that it didn't take the chance. Like the number 52/7, it is inclined to start things but then lose interest in them so that things die a slow death. It can also quickly lose interest in love affairs, making 57/3 a not very good number for marriage. It can be proud, stubborn, egotistic, and potentially aggressive. It is not very good either at talking about emotions. It is constantly too distracted by outer things to go deep enough.
In balance, the number 57 seeks new great ideas and stands up for important issues. 57 often has a strong and unique career.This was just a short excerpt about the number 57. 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 HUMANITY ARCHETYPING SYSTEM™. We go in-depth with Tarot, Tree of life, different numerological interpretations, detailed statistics, and analysis of the BIG DIAMOND CHART and VIBRATION PYRAMID charts. To see more about Numerologist PRO Foundational please click here.
The 57 in balance is:
- Adventurous and curious, it wants to go to new places and explore
- A number of science where curiosity meets intuition, knowledge, and profoundness
- A firm believer in the right to think and speak freely
- Full of humor and has a lightning-quick mind
- Able to take everything to the bitter end – whether it is an idea or a physical action
The 57 unbalanced is
- Having many ideas and visions but doesn't follow through and ends up regretting that it didn't take the chance
- Inclined to start things but then lose interest in them so that things die a slow death
- Tending to quickly lose interest in love affairs – not a good marriage number
- Proud, stubborn, egotistic, and potentially aggressive
- Not very good at talking about emotions. Constantly too distracted by outer things to go deep enough
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The balanced aspects, traits and adjectives of number 57 are:
Adventurous and active, starts a journey and goes all the way to the end to reach the truth, is an expert in a specific domain, interested in the human sciences, thinks big thoughts, loves all that is magnificent, always seeks new knowledge and perspectives, active social life but also enjoys solitude, immerses itself in knowledge as well as in relationships, engages socially in associations, organizations and politics, curious and eager conversations, has its own opinion but open to the perspectives of others, rests in itself, self-confidence and inner strength, supports others to be themselves, great imagination, humor and intuition, creative writing and self-expression, forms its own opinions and attitudes, alternately talkative and introvert - every thing at the right time, both outward looking and inward looking, both extrovert and introvert, personal freedom and independence, thoughts and intuition play together perfectly to create new knowledge, keen intuition and sense of justice, speaks up for those with no voice, excellent teaching skills, can talk about anything between heaven and earth, reaches the essence of things, engaged in others, asks others and looks inward, affects others with optimism and humor, enjoys a good debate.
The imbalanced aspects, traits and adjectives of number 57 are:
Wants to go inwards but is constantly distracted by the outer world, overthinks and over interprets, overly mental energy, bipolar tendencies, accumulates dry knowledge, proud and stubborn, too principled and insensitive, warlike and combative, fanatic, verbally aggressive, quarrelsome and creates conflict, hard and dry, misleading and arrogant, may feel like a victim, feels easily overwhelmed by communication or the feelings of others, dreams of magnificent things but does not act, relationship drama due to stubbornness, starts something but quickly thinks it's boring, problems with completing its actions.
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Celebrities with 57 in their chartsBirth day number 5 and lifepath 7
Celebrities born on a 5 day (the 5th, 14th, or 23rd include:
Freddie Mercury (rock star), Vaclav Havel (poet and president), Daniel Kahneman (economist), Roger Moore (actor), Gertrude B. Elion (biochemist), Antonio Gramsci (philosopher), Robert H. Goddard (rocket pioneer), A. E. Douglass (astronomer), Leo Baekeland (chemist), King C. Gillette (razor blades), Jesse James (outlaw), Carolus Linnaeus (botanist) and William Shakespeare (author).
57 is under the influence of JUPITER
Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system; it is expansive and powerful and has a considerable family of moons around it. It is like a solar system within our solar system.
Jupiter is a patriarch and loves to have family and life around it.
Jupiter is the "loudest" planet. When the satellite Voyager passed Jupiter, all its meters and measurement devices went haywire due to the enormous amounts of electromagnetic noise that Jupiter exudes. Jupiter has a massive field of information around it that extends thousands of kilometers into the surrounding space. These Jupiter traits make the Jupiter person speak loudly, act confidently, love humor, and literally be "jovial" (the word jovial means "Jupiter-like"). The Jupiter person is, in general, an extroverted personality that loves to take up space.
Simultaneously, Jupiter is also full of "gas" and can "puff itself up," making itself appear larger or more substantial than it is.
Jupiter people are optimistic people who like to engage with others. They give a lot and expect a lot in return. Interchange has to be significant and meaningful.
Jupiter demands respect, and Jupiter people are very status aware.
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The Big Diamond Chart™ for 57
The BIG DIAMOND CHART™ is one of the main tools in THE HUMANITY 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 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 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.
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The Vibration Pyramid™ for 57
The VIBRATION PYRAMID™ resembles the 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 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.