Five is symbolized as a Pope or Hierophant that emphasizes traditional ideas, ritual and ceremony appealing to masses of people. Those traditions establish limitations that form an unsettled undercurrent because the number Five is about change and progress towards determining what it means to be free to make individual choices rather than simply accepting the controls from social pressure.
January vibrates with adventure and some level of excitement. Domestic responsibilities are present demanding changes for growth.
February pulsates to a restless rhythm. Deep thought and study must be used to channel the energy into meaningful action.
March stimulates the use of new awareness in making practical decisions for necessary improvements to occur.
April throbs with emotional energy. Something important will bring change this month. It’s a good time to release people, places, and things that no longer serve in forming stability.
May accords the power to connect with people/events from unusual and unexpected sources/places. Seen or unseen encouragement and support is present during this fast paced month.
June generates the ability to take another direction. By paying attention to intuition and using the sensitive awareness swirling around opportunities are more visible.
July stirs up the urge to try something different/unusual. The energy guides and incites both real and virtual travel and escapades.
August fosters recognition of what is needed to stabilize work and freedoms to prevent unnecessary obstacles in the future.
September motivates an increase in passion, activity, and opportunities for increased development. Any strong urge to use stimulates to escape reality can be offset by wholesome expressions.
October urges focus on responsibility, love, and finding balance. Domestic obligations must be accepted to avoid trouble.
November compels attention to domestic responsibilities without resentment to ensure enthusiasm for opportunities actually available now.
December imposes the need for unwavering stability. New people, places, and events can lead to major improvements.