The number five

The Seeker

The number Five represents multiplicity, change, changeability and exploration both physically and mentally. Its central location on the scale of numbers from 1 to 9 ensures that the person under the influence of the number Five is constantly directed to the search for new goals. The number Five symbolizes a new starting point towards research, passions and luck. Active and extrovert, the person of the Five tends to burn the stages to reach his goals but is also led to live new experiences.

As an explorer in search of new lands, people under the influence of the Five are constantly searching for their inner life. This is for the purpose of raising both spiritually and spiritually. Generally curious, they are endowed with a marked sense of freedom that they hardly give up. The number Five loves to travel and reach unknown and remote lands and they have an innate vocation to always experiment new situations and experiences. Sometimes they tend to exaggerate, giving way to confusion and uncertainty.

The number 5 represents the desire for exploration and change, both mentally and physically. Anxious to compete with his limits, 5 wants to experience all that is possible through the direct experience of the senses. In harmony with Dionysus who represents “the consciousness of the body”, 5 lives with his physicality the feelings and passions that stir in his heart. He finds pleasure in communicating also through dance and music and a job in contact with the public is certainly indicated. Progressive by nature he hates monotony and following his instinct he is always pushed through new adventures. His tendency to change leads him to express his adolescent soul and does not accept impositions or ties he sees as limits to his desire for freedom and independence. For the seeker, sexuality in the couple relationship plays a fundamental role and does not feel the need to link institutionally to the partner.


The Seeker in his shadow side becomes The Wanderer. The number 5 related to the satisfaction of the senses leads the individual to an excess that results in dependence on material pleasures or a total abandonment by them for a long time (chastity). With difficulty he finds a balance between his rational and intellectual part and his animal instinct which leads him to have strong emotional jolts that lead to excessive excess towards a total disillusionment of his dreams or a fantasy that detaches him from reality. An adolescent complex leads him to have difficulty growing, linked as is to the maternal figure in men or paternal in women. The Wanderer will search the partner for the affection of the parent of the opposite sense and his research will lead him to change often the partner, sometimes preferring a promiscuous and superficial relationship to a serious relationship.