Many Christian don’t believe in Horoscopes and Astrology, unlike Indian Hindu families. Many Christian families do believe on numerology rather then astrology.
Numbers have long had great symbolic spiritual significance in the Christian tradition. In the middle ages, numbers and geometry found their way into nearly every aspect of cathedral design, from the number of pillars in the choir to the lay out of the façade. Number symbolism also features heavily in Christian theology.
Some well known examples include the two natures of Christ (human and divine), the trinity, the four points of the cross, the triple six( the number of the beast or the antichrist), the seven virtues and vices, the nine choirs of angels, and the twelve apostles or disciples.
The number thirteen, commonly thought of as the number of bad luck, symbolizes faithlessness and betrayal – the number of apostles plus judas.