This name derives from Ancient Greek “Artémios (Αρτέμιος) Artemī́sios (Ἀρτεμῑ́σῐος),” from “Ártemis (Ἄρτεμῐς),” which in turn derives from “árktos (ᾰ̓́ρκτος),” meaning “bear.” In turn, the name means “strong as a bear.” Artemis was one of the most widely revered of the Ancient Greek deities. Her Roman equivalent is Diana. In the classical period of Greek mythology, Artemis was often described as Zeus and Leto’s daughter and Apollo’s twin sister. Artemius, known as Challita in the Maronite tradition, was a general of the Roman Empire, “dux Aegypti” (imperial prefect of Roman Egypt). He is considered a saint by the Orthodox Church, with the name of Artemius of Antioch. Artemius was an Arian Christian, as Emperor Constantius II was. Constantius ordered Artemius to go in the lands beyond the Danube and bring back to Constantinople the relics of Andrew the Apostle, Luke the Evangelist, and Saint Timothy.
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Numerological Values: #7
Number 7 individuals are analytical and inquisitive. They have a thirst for knowledge and often make great academics, researchers or scientists. They have a strong sense of independence and tend to do things their own way. Number 7 individuals are believed to be self-reliant and may come across as reserved.
Chakra Number: #7 Crown Chakra "Sahasrara"
Violet is the color of the crown chakra and it is the color of cosmic awareness and cosmic consciousness. It is a unifying color, the color of oneness and spirituality. The energy of this color is very healing and can soothe away pain. Learn more about this powerful spiritual color.
Color meaning: Violet
The color violet relates to the imagination and spirituality. It stimulates the imagination and inspires high ideals. It is an introspective color, allowing us to get in touch with our deeper thoughts. The difference between violet and purple is that violet appears in the visible light spectrum, or rainbow, whereas purple is simply a mix of red and blue. Violet has the highest vibration in the visible spectrum.