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 A Decoz® Numerology Analysis of the following expressions
























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Results for the entry "Artcharts"


 Results for the entry "Artcharts"


 Dominant Impression


Dominant Impression.

This section describes the first and dominant impression the name "Artcharts" conjures up in most people.


"Artcharts" reflects idealism, the good of mankind. "Artcharts" is the humanitarian with the power to make things happen and the integrity to stay the course. A mover and a shaker, without a selfish bone in its body; the name "Artcharts" attracts respect, support, and devoted fans. It seems even that the Universe tends to support what the name "Artcharts" represents. Speaks to people of all walks of life. Tolerant and broad-minded.

This name pursues goals other than money and power. It seeks justice. It wants to feed the hungry and heal the sick. And yet, the resources it needs to do the job seem to always magically appear.


Most positive characteristics: Integrity, love for all, charisma.  Encourages the best in people.

Most negative characteristics: Naive, seeks fame, vulnerable to criticism, not a good judge of character.


 Vowel Vibration


The Vowel Vibration of a name enhances or decreases the impact of the Dominant Impression, and sometimes adds a completely different flavor. Read about the Vowel Vibration with the Dominant Impression in mind.


The vowels in "Artcharts" add a sense of peace and harmony. They enhance a feeling of comfort, security, and a sense of refinement. The vowels also add femininity and sensitivity, romance and beauty, and considerably soften the Dominant Impression, making the name feel more gentle and harmonious.

The vowels in "Artcharts", however, also give the impression of weakness, fear of confrontation, and lack of confidence.


 Base Vibration


The Base Vibration is subtler than the Vowel Vibration, but should be considered equally important.


The Base Vibration in "Artcharts" radiates mystery and a search for knowledge and wisdom. There is a distinctly spiritual tone that makes people curious. It reflects intelligence, seriousness, but also independence and self-sufficiency. The base vibrations make "Artcharts" seem alien, hard to get to know, and withdrawn. To many, they also deliver a sense of aristocracy and arrogance.

The Base Vibration in "Artcharts" draws respect, even admiration. However, it does not invite people to interact.




 The Dominant Vibration and the Vowel Vibration in "Artcharts" though contrary, do not clash. At times they actually complement each other. 3 Stars.

 The Dominant Vibration and the Base Vibration though contrary, do not clash. At times they actually complement each other. 3 Stars.

 The Vowel and Base Vibrations are not per se incompatible, but their qualities are reduced as a result of their association. 0 Stars.