PYTHAGOREAN NUMEROLOGY ALPHABET GRID

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z The first name that was written on the birth certificate is the choice made by the individual’s super consciousness at the time of birth to help that person on their karmic journey. The First Name is representative of the basis by which the life will be lived. Elizabeth is a name which has numerous nicknames associated with it [Betty, Beth, Liz, Lizbeth, Liza, etc.]. The number from Elizabeth will be a stronger force in the person’s life the nickname. However, the nickname will gain momentum the longer it is used. EXAMPLE: Elizabeth reduces to the number 7 E L I Z A B E T H 5 3 9 8 1 2 5 2 8 5 + 3 + 9 + 8 + 1 + 2 + 5 + 2 + 8 = 43 4 + 3 = 7 The number 7 is the primary influence of her life. If she goes by a nickname most of her life, the nickname will also have a strong influence in her life, but the number 7 will always remain the strongest. If the first name reduces to the number 11 or 22, it should be not be reduced to a lower denomination as those are called “master numbers” and should be read as such. Definitions of the Number Associated with the First Name: 1           A strong, independent, individualistic personality whose ideas...

Michelle Obama & Ann Romney Wow!

If ever there was evidence that women are ready, able and willing to begin manning this battered and beaten-down flag ship called “The USofA,” Michelle Obama and Ann Romney are quintessential examples of that. I must honor First Lady Michele Obama, who I have always felt would have made a better president than her husband (judging from her numerological chart). Perhaps the fact that I’m a woman makes my attitudes and opinions a bit slanted in favor of my own gender, but I believe the speech Mrs. Obama delivered at the Democratic Convention on the 5th of September was divinely inspired. And, even though President Obama was a professor and has delivered some over-the-top inspiring and eloquent speeches since he decided to run for the presidency, I was more awe-struck and inspired by Michele Obama’s speech than any of speeches I have listened to by the President. If I were a judge, I would place her communication style and appeal slightly above that of President Bill Clinton’s who BTW is no slouch in the speech department and whose speech gave the Dems their “Dirty Harry” equivalent by MAKING THEIR DAY! Although I’m left-leaning, as most of my newsletter audience knows, I watched some of the Republican Convention and was most pleased to have seen Ann Romney’s speech. I immediately went to Wikipedia to gather her name from birth and birth date while listening to her speech and found that she was born on April 16, 1949. Her birth date reduces to a 7 destiny, the destiny number of the scholar, the sage, and the “keeper of secrets.” There’s the...