Who is Steph Curry?

Steph Curry, the phenom of the NBA, is born on March 14, 1988, which just happens to be Einstein’s birthday!  His Destiny Number (full addition of his birth date) is a 7, which is the number of the savant or genius. He certainly impresses the masses with his agility and precision when shooting for the hoop. His jersey number 30 is a very positive number with which to associated oneself, because it’s the number of “bounty and good fortune.”  I would say that he has a future full of those very things, but he it does appear that he will have more challenges physically. However, those challenges will entirely clear out by next season.  The rest of this season, offers an influence that portends to expect the unexpected, and it’s in Curry’s chart through to the final game of the playoffs on June 15th. I’m that regard, I’m conjecturing that “unexpected” circumstance could be that Mr. Curry may have never anticipated how exceptional the Golden Warriors were when they end the season with an unprecedented scoring victory!...

Roger Goodell

Judging by his numbers, Roger Goodell, the current NFL Commissioner, is headed for a period of struggle and strife originating primarily from the public outcry of the NFL’s handling of the Ray Rice abuse debacle. It is my opinion that this challenging period will ultimately lead to Mr Goodell’s firing or resignation as Commission of the NFL. His most trying times begin in October, 2014 and continue through to February 2016. In the last few days, other comparable abuse cases have been exposed, namely 49er Ray McDonald and Viking Adrian Peterson, and just today, Carolina Panthers’ Greg Hardy. Via Google, I found a statistic about the NFL that indicated that there have been 84 NFL players arrested in the past 13 years for domestic abuse. That’s more than 6 a year, but the real truth is found in the statistics of the National Coalition of Domestic Abuse of America: One in every 4 women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. An estimate 1.3 million women are victims of physical assault by an intimate partner each year. 85% of domestic violence victims are women. Historically, females have been most often victimized by someone they know. Females who are 20-14 years of age are at the greatest risk of non-fatal intimate partner violence. MOST CASES OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ARE NEVER REPORTED. It is gratifying, however, to see victims of abuse (domestic or otherwise) coming out of that shrouded veil of fear and admonishment to speak their truth about what has happened to them by their famous and not-so-famous husbands and lovers. And, in my opinion, this is just the beginning...

Ray Rice

Re: the Ray Rice shake-up: It is purported that there are thousands of cases of domestic abuse from all races and creeds that go unacknowledged and unreported that occur everyday of the victims’ lives. Rice simply made the news because of his well-known professional status, and rightly so. Hopefully, the concentrated news coverage of this case will help other women who suffer this gross use of power to come forward so that the dramatic penalties being imposed on the NFL football players, will be enforced in all cases, regardless of who the perpetrator is. I can see in Rice’s chart that he has been going through a very difficult time for more than a year with numbers that denote his being “bumped out of his comfort zone” (January to May, 2014) and “experiencing something unexpected” (May to September) and being “emotionally derailed,” (September to January, 2015). It appears that he may be brought back onto the football playing field sometime next year — likely 2015’s season, but that will not be an easy transition for him because he will continue to experience many ups and downs over the next 2-3 years. It does appear, however, that he will eventually begin to make his way back to the life of the super running back that he set out to be. I predict that occurring sometime in 2017 or...

Will Tiger Woods ever get his mojo back?

It appears that Tiger Woods is headed into a much better phase of his professional life at this time. Joe LaCava, his new caddy who is born on February 23, 1964, could also act as somewhat of an ambassador for him, if allowed. They are not the best match from a personality standpoint, but his numbers show that LaCava would take great pride in work his work and also for whom he works. It may take a year before Tiger is fully back to his A game, but judging from his numbers, over the next four years it appears that he will make a comeback. However, there are still rough seas ahead for this headstrong recovering playboy. By the time he’s in his mid-40s – only a few short years away (he’ll be 39 in December), he will face possibly even a greater trial for him than the one he experienced in 2010, which was the beginning of his Great Downfall in the eyes of...

Will Oscar Pastorius be acquitted?

Judging from his numbers, he will either get a very short sentence or sidestep the second-degree murder charge altogether in this trial. However, his chart does show that he will face another trial in the future liken to the murder trial of O. J. Simpson in which he was sued by Nicole Simpson’s family in Civil Court and found guilty on all counts. That same scenario could very well happen in this case because Pistorius, from ages 31 through 40, will be experiencing some challenging numbers. Things clear up after his age of 40, but it appears there will be some retribution in this case, even if he is acquitted of any...

Jackie Robinson, Number 42

I’m currently working on a book about sports jersey numbers.  In the book, I offer the three “power numbers” that are derived from either the name or the birth date of the athlete which, if chosen as his or her jersey number, can offer more clout and effectiveness to that ballplayer. In my cursory study of approximately 300 Hall of Fame athletes, I found that more than 40 percent had chosen one of their “power numbers” for their jersey.  This finding indicates to me that those athletes had a “sense” or “feeling” about a certain number because that number resonated to them either from their name or birthdate — — unless they had some knowledge of the their personal numerology chart which, one could venture a guess, was quite unlikely. Recently, a few of my friends who know I’ve been working on this jersey number book have asked me if I analyzed the number 42 in relation to Jackie Robinson, mainly because a movie is currently being released with 42 as its title.  Since I’m obsessed with all numbers, and especially any number that becomes newsworthy, I have analyzed the number 42 in relation to Jackie Robinson’s name and birth date extensively and at first couldn’t come up with any “power number” in his numerological composition that correlated with 42. As I perused Robinson’s chart, however, I found some very interesting aspects that were beyond the confines of my “power numbers” components.  First of all, his name and birth date contained the three numbers I have labeled the “renegade” numbers.  These are 1, 4, and 7.  His “name number” (which I call the CHARACTER number) was a...