An I is largely a law unto itself, its tendency is to finish whatever it undertakes. Being a strengthening force, however, it is likely to cause the repetition of work, making one do things over and over, until they meet the requirements of the ideal. These vibrations also manifest themselves in the matter of luck, an I having what are popularly termed “runs of luck,” or several pieces of good or bad fortune in rotation. If one is under the direct influence of I the tendency is towards a change in both thought and things. If all conditions are harmonious, the change will be for the better, for higher intellectuality, more spirituality, and greater prosperity, if the efforts are along the line of best endeavor. As I is distinctively an individual letter, the person controlled by it is liable to be of strong will, chafing under dictation, and aggressively opposed to any attempt to put a limit upon his field of endeavor. As I, is an intellectual letter, and strongly original through its force of individuality, it indicates either literary or artistic ability — perhaps both. If it combines with the talking ability, its tendencies will be towards the lecture platform, rather than the pulpit. The attraction towards written, or printed matter is so clearly defined, however, that an I without literary ability will ordinarily gravitate to clerical work. An I wants to hold a pen. It will create, if possible ; if not, it will copy, but it must write — unless some discordant element is extraordinarily powerful.
-from The Ancient Science of Numbers: The Practical Application of Its Principles In the Attainment of Health, Success, and Happiness
-by Luo Clement
Do any of the following speak to you?
ICE: Denotes an abundant harvest but to merchants, and men of other employments, it threatens hinderance and delay in their business.
Lucky Numbers: 32, 43, 56
-from Madame Zadkiel’s Fortune Teller and Mirror of Fate