The Meaning of Number 20
The number 20 denotes one who has infinite potential when it comes to relationships or diplomacy.
This number helps in bringing projects to completion (usually group projects that are started by someone else), attending to all the details.
The vibration of the number 20 is expressed when there is a strong need to learn patience so that the appropriate actions can be properly carried out.
The Number 20 as a Person
If the number 20 were a person, she would be the diplomatic and capable child of the compassionate number 2 and the all-inclusive number 0.
The number 2 is about being part of a group and harmonious companionships. The 2 does not like being alone.
The number 0 following the number 2 makes the number 20 more successful at relationships since 0 is all about the completion of a cycle, an awareness of the possible.
The number 2 is about ideal and harmonious relationships, being part of a group. They are good at handling detail and tend to make good persuaders.
The number 2 isn’t nearly as independent as the number 1, so these people usually don’t start projects, though the number 0 makes it more likely that they will see those projects through to completion.
The number 20 is a combination of the 2 and 0 vibrations. The 0 vibration makes the 2 vibration more complete, but it cannot change its nature. The number 20 reduces to the number 2, so the 20 is more related to the number 2 than the number 0.
The number 0 merely makes it more likely that relationships will be successful.
The 20 is highly sensitive, empathetic, compassionate, and sometimes needy. It understands diplomacy better than other numbers. The number 20 is also concerned with negotiation and loyalty with team members.
The 20 is so concerned with other people and being part of something outside of themselves that they are less capable of doing things alone. The 20 should realize that they are capable of being alone and may very well benefit from some solitude.
The Number 20 in History
The number 20 has been concerned with new beginnings and duality. The Mayans incorporated the number 20 into their calendars; in Hindu philosophy, initiates bow to statues of Krishna 20 times a day.
In the Bible, it took 20 years to build Solomon’s home and temple; he then awarded his architect with 20 cities in Galilee. The number 20 is about spiritual progression and karma, reaping what is sown.
Things Associated with the Number 20
In Tarot, the Judgement card reflects internal conflict affecting a major decision. The Judgement card is related to other cards ending in 0 (the Fool and Wheel of Fortune cards); the Fool and the Wheel of Fortune cards are concerned with the randomness of the world, whereas the Judgement card concerns personal decisions and their relation to destiny.
In astrology, the Moon (highly emotional) vibrates the number 2 and the planet Pluto vibrates the number 0. In the birth chart, the Moon represents the home and Pluto represents death, rebirth, and regeneration.
Those with the Number 20 Prominent in Their Lives
As an universal number, 20 includes all energies of the planets along with the rest of the universe. When 20 appears (or people are drawn to it), it presents a time where patience is necessary. The number 20 concerns the concept of duality. Commonly referred to as “belonging to the Devil,” 20’s dual nature also makes it God’s number.
The number 20 denotes one who is very emotional, the Moon vibrating the core number 2. This makes 20 highly sensitive and empathetic. People with 20 in their chart appreciate beauty and harmony and be affectionate in relationships.
Negatively speaking, 20s can be too rash and allow their sensitivity and a strong desire for friendship to sway them one way or the other. They can also be too dependent on people and come off as clingy or needy.
People with 20s prominent in their numerology charts should practice being alone and develop (and maintain) focus when they are alone.
When the number 20 appears, especially when it repeats itself, it acts like a warning for people to be patient and avoid making quick decisions. Sometimes they must take some time to be alone with their thoughts to make balanced decisions and avoid making decisions in haste.
The number 20 is so concerned with others that they rarely spend time alone with their own thoughts. This may affect their ability to develop their own opinions.
The universal number 20 is a number representing duality, a number belonging to both God and the Devil.
For those with the number 20 in their numerology charts (or appearing consistently in their lives), they will be able to reap the benefits of their actions (assuming they are patient enough to wait for their rewards).
These people should use their diplomacy skills to bring people together and shared projects to completion.