After doing the math I found that my birth name came out to a 7. I didn't really compare but I'm guessing it is the same chart used when doing the numerology for your craft name because I was a 7 then as well. And I used my birth name because I believe that we actually chose our birth name when we manifest here on the physical plane of Earth. Yes, our parents are the individuals who verbally pronounce what our name shall be but I truly believe we are the ones who choose it.
According to Lady Sabrina 7 means that my dominant color is Violet. And when I looked at the break down of my birth name, I found that I also had a few 4s and 9s, which correspond with yellow and gold, respectively.
Violet: Key words: spiritual perception, the inspired mind
Violet must know the reason why. It searches the hidden and occult side of life. Violet is sensitive to others’ vibrations and is always in search of a tranquil environment. Violet is the light-bearer and brings the gift of the spirit to mankind. Violet must be careful not to drift off and just live in it is dreams. Violet is very personal and does not mix well in a crowd. Violet tends to live in a fantasy world, and though it can be charming and delightful, it seldom finds reason to be so.
Yellow: Key words: intellectual, dreamer, creative
Yellow is a dreamer. Yellow builds castles in the sky and tends to flights of fancy. Yellow likes to press forward; the future is yellow’s reality. Yellow likes to express itself in an intellectual way. Yellow is refined and very charming. Yellow likes to be popular and usually has a wide circle of friends.
Gold: Key words: intellect, energy, cosmic love
Gold is the hope of the world. Gold is happiness and joy. Gold seems to spread good cheer wherever it goes. Gold must share its beauty, love of life, and general good nature with everyone it comes in contact with. Gold is also the master teacher. Gold is popular, well liked, and always above petty desires. Gold does have a problem with living up to others’ ideals and sense of perfection. Gold will become disappointed when it thinks it has failed to impress.