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After analyzing thousands of numerological charts of virtually everyone who is famous or renowned, I thought it might be interesting for my readers to determine if they are following their true calling.  As offered in my book, Motivational Numerology, and How Numbers Affect Your Life, the destiny number is the most powerful influence in a chart.  It is the compelling force within you that causes you to gravitate toward a certain lifestyle or career. 






Add all the numbers in your birth date together.  Example:  If your birth date were November (11) 29, 1975, you would add together 1+1+2+9+1+9+7+5 [don't make the common mistake of failing to add the full year number].  The number 35 is the result of this birth date's addition.  Then add 3 + 5 and your destiny number is 8.  [If the compound has a zero, just drop the zero and the number remaining is your destiny number.]  To check your accuracy you can go to my website, www.sfnumber.com and click on The Wizard's Star, fill in your name and birth date and a star will appear with your destiny number in the center. 


Once you determine your own Destiny Number you might want to check out the Destiny Numbers of your friends, co-workers, boss, and family members to see what their life's destiny offers.  Please feel free to forward this newsletter. 






One Destiny people are fact collectors, sometimes of insignificant facts but mostly of facts related to whatever subject matter you find most interesting.  You are natural entrepreneurs, managers, leaders, pioneers, and explorers in areas that interest you; and your highly competitive nature gives you the ability to rise to distinction in anything you set your mind to achieve.  You require a high degree of independence and latitude in your profession and therefore many of you become teachers, writers, creators of products, ideas, and things, and exceptional executives when you find yourself in the business realm.  Because of your dry and wry sense of humor, many standup comedians have this destiny number, too - Rodney Dangerfield, Carol Burnett, George Carlin, David Letterman, Tom Green, Norm Macdonald, Ray Romano, to name a few.


The One Destiny has many very unique and exceptionally skilled famous individuals who have risen to the high calling of this number vibration. 


Isaac Newton, Pres. George Washington, Susan B. Anthony, Leo Tolstoy, Coco Channel, Noel Coward, Charlie Chaplin, e.e. cummings, Ernest Hemingway, Walt Disney, Dr. Seuss, Rev. Billy Graham, Carl Reiner, Pierre Cardin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Pete Seeger, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lewis, Dan Rather, Maya Angelou, James Brown, Rev. Martin Luther King, Leon Panetta, Jack Nicholson, Tom Wolfe, Johnny Unitas, Larry King, Carl Sagan, Robert Redford, Raquel Welch, Calvin Klein, Janis Joplin, Geraldo Rivera, George Lucas, Placido Domingo, Steven Jobs, Bruce Springsteen, Sally Ride, Yo Yo Ma, Tom Hanks, David Copperfield, Jim Brown, Jimmy Conners, Shaquille O'Neal, LeBron James, Tiger Woods, among others.



[This destiny number includes the number 11 destiny which is the highest vibration of the 2]


Those who were born with a Two Destiny are natural peacemakers and ambassador types.  You are companionable and cooperative, congenial and compassionate.  You belong in professions that make use of emotion, desire, and imagination.  Many of you land in the creative arts as your career endeavor because the stage has an allure for all with the number 2 or 11 destiny.  In fact, the 11 is called the number of illumination - and whatever your career, your name will be known because of your team-orientation, diplomacy, affability, adaptability, organizational abilities and innate humility!  You also have a natural sense of rhythm and consequently love to dance AND you usually have a decided talent with the culinary arts. 


Musicians, entertainers, actors, writers, artists and, interestingly, many First Ladies (grand ambassadors) have this destiny number: 


Wolfgang Mozart, First Ladies Abigail Adams, Martha Washington, Dolly Madison, Julia Tyler, Florence Harding, Frances Cleveland, Grace Coolidge, Jacqueline Kennedy, "Lady Bird" Johnson, and Michelle Obama; Davy Crockett, Franz Schubert, Hans Christian Anderson, Edgar Allen Poe, Kahlil Gabran, Anais Nin, Marc Chagall, Edouard Manet, Buffalo Bill Cody, Dr. Spock, Bob Hope, Gracie Allen, Pres. Ronald Reagan, Danny Thomas, Rosa Parks, Edith Piaf, Kirk Douglas, John Glenn, Norman Mailer, Tony Bennett, Vidal Sassoon, Shirley Temple-Black, Judy Dench, Julie Andrews, Gen. Colin Powell, Diana Ross, Pres. Bill Clinton, Billy Crystal, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Whoopie Goldberg, Nagthan Lane, Joe Montana, Madonna, Marie Osmond, Michael Jordan, Robert Downey, Jr. Pres. Barack Obama.




Three destiny people are into happiness, ease, and fulfillment through self-expression.  Like 2-destiny people, you gravitate to the creative arts -- movies, theater, the symphony, the opera, museums, etc. but many of you are also exceptionally detail-oriented which finds many of you in the field of accounting, and data compilation jobs.  Some of you gravitate to careers in the sciences, especially those that allow for self-expression such as physics and the computer industry.  You also make wonderful lawyers because you can be most eloquent and convincing when pitching for a cause.  Your fun-loving, somewhat child-like nature draws many of you to work with children. You care about your health and appearance and make you ideal exercise coaches and nutritionists.  As natural born networkers, you also work well as head hunters and party planners. 


Many famous actors, musicians, writers, scientists, and adventurers fall under this destiny number:


Johann Christian Bach, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Johann Strauss, Billy The Kid, William Yeats, Niels Bohr, Boris Pasternak, Henry Miller, F.Scott Fitzgerald, Amelia Earhart, Alfred Hitchcock, Louis Armstrong, Margaret Mead, Bing Crosby, Salvador Dali, John Wayne, Sugar Ray Robinson, Jack Kerouac, Judy Garland, Merv Griffin, Robert Kennedy and Ted Kennedy, Neil Simon, Bob Fosse, William Shatner, Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Cosby, Rod Stewart, Carlos Santana, Secretary Hillary Clinton, Kenny Loggins, John Belushi, Jeff Bridges, Jackie Chan, David Caruso, Alec Baldwin, Chris Rock, Shania Twain, Jennifer Lopez, Snoop Dogg, Cameron Diaz, Reese Witherspoon.




The Four Destiny people have linear minds (left brain orientation).  Like those with a One Destiny, you enjoy gathering facts and researching and analyzing your findings.  You like to work and are known for your dependability, dedication, determination, and trustworthiness.  These attributes help you in any career and you can be especially talented working in the computer industry, or as statisticians, buyers, scientists, accountants, engineers, professors of economics, or in the medical field. You can be obsessive about details and being on time and somewhat neurotic about your health and independence.  You are workaholics when you have committed yourself, but when you have no commitment and/or demands made upon you, you can be downright lazybones. 


Other occupations that align with your destiny are: any kind of research and analysis work, psychology, database administration, network systems and data communications, and jobs that challenge your organizational abilities, accuracy, fortitude, and conviction.  The following famous people show the array of occupations that fit this destiny number: 


Mark Twain, J. P. Morgan, Sigmund Freud, Dr. Marie Curie, Henri Matisse, Will Rogers, Babe Ruth, Julius Oppenheimer, Frank Sinatra, J. D. Salinger, Nat King Cole, Isaac Stern, Hugh Hefner, Clint Eastwood, Desmond Tutu, Woody Allen, Tina Turner, Paul McCartney, Donald Trump, Elton John, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Johnny Bench, Vida Blue, Oprah Winfrey, Microsoft's Bill Gates and co-founder Paul Allen , Martina Navratilova, Larry Bird, Eddie Van Halen, Nadia Comaneci, Demi Moore, Seal, Mike Myers, Marc Anthony, Matthew McConaughey, Google's Larry Page and Sergey Brin. 




Those who are born of the number Five Destiny are multi-tasking movers and shakers.  You are masters of streamlining and organization and, when you are inspired to do so, you can sell any idea, product or concept to the masses.  You are stylish, in the know and on the go, and most of you keep your internal engine revving even on the home front. People-oriented, adventurous, and desiring change at every turn, you do well in jobs that require meeting the public and travel.  Sales is a natural-born talent you possess, but other occupations that suit your chameleon-like nature are found in entertainment/promotion, lecturing and teaching, civic leadership, communication and publishing, invention, detective work or other areas of law and order.  


There are a surprising number of famous authors with Five Destinies, mainly because people with Five Destinies.  Other strong leanings rendered by these famous people are scientific invention and art:


Pres. Thomas Jefferson, Louis Braille, Charles Darwin, Pres. Abraham Lincoln, Paul Cezanne, Pierre Renoir, Vincent Van Gogh, Anton Checkhov, Emily Post, Pres. Franklin Roosevelt, James Joyce, Georgia O'Keefe, Irving Berlin, William Faulkner, Linus Pauling, John Steinbeck, Aristotle Onassis, Tennessee Williams, Albert Camus, Saul Bellow, Walter Cronkite, Dean Martin, Evita Peron, Marlon Brando, Lee Iacocca, Malcolm X, Johnny Carson, Sidney Poitier, Willie Nelson, Willie McCovey, Gov. Jerry Brown, Mick Jagger, Billy Jean King, Ellen DeGeneres, Jon Bon Jovi, J. K. Rowling, Angelina Jolie.




People with a Six Destiny are the most responsible and caring humans on the planet.  You are principled and patient, conscientious and careful, home-lovers and hospitable, devoted, and dedicated to your families, friends, jobs, and your favorite causes.  Any job in the humanities is a natural fit for you.  You also have an eye for beauty and quality and can achieve success as designers, antique dealers, and in real estate.  You make the BEST teachers and can be awesome writers. You may also excel in the health and hospitality industries and in businesses that offer food and home services.  Your natural sense of rightness can help improve civil, educational and material conditions.  Your greatest areas of concern usually involve the welfare of the old, education of the young, and improvements in your community.


Six Destiny people are known as lovers, not fighters (although they can defend their principles, ethics, and values to the degree of self-righteousness) and the first famous 6-destiny person is the quintessential example of that description.


Giovanni Casanova, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Thomas Edison, Pres. Woodrow Wilson, Pres. Dwight Eisenhower, J.R.R. Tolkien, Fred Astaire, Cary Grant, Ian Fleming, Mike Wallace, Frederic Fellini, Charles Schulz, Michael Caine, Quincy Jones, Hank Aaron, Jane Goodall, Sandy Koufax, John Madden, Ted Turner, Francis Ford Coppola, John Lennon, Robert DeNiro, Neil Young, Goldie Hawn, Stephen King, Steven Spielberg, Steve Tyler, Meryl Streep, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Eddie Murphy, Rosie O'Donnell, Charlie Sheen (can you believe it!!), Edward Norton, Britney Spears.




People with the Seven Destiny love to research and analyze.  You possess a steel-trap mind for subject matter that interests you and you are prone to delving into physics, anthropology, geology, astronomy and the esoteric sciences.  Being great thinkers and sages, you love creating and solving mysteries.  You work best in jobs that offer the greatest autonomy.  The fields of endeavor that best suit your penchant for perfection are the arts, sciences, and philosophies.  You can be a riveting professor, a crazed and crafty scientist, and a profound and novel philosophical teacher and/or writer.  Or, you can be the best parking lot attendant on the planet!  No matter what you do, you will do it better than most others.  That's why the most Nobel and Pulitzer Prizes are awarded to people with Seven Destinies.nbsp;     


The Seven Destiny offers an array of one-of-a-kind, extraordinarily talented famous people:


Alexander The Great, William Shakespeare, Rembrandt van Rijn, Johann Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, Fredric Chopin Franz Liszt, Emily Dickinson, Peter Tchaikovsky, Paul Gauguin, Gertrude Stein, Winston Churchill, Diego Rivera, Max Ernst, Stephen Bechtel, Ansel Adams, Vladmir Horowitz, Jimmy Stewart, Dylan Thomas, Pres. John F. Kennedy, Leonard Bernstein, Margot Fonteyn, Queen Elizabeth II, Marilyn Monroe, Mel Brooks, Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, Willie Mays, Yogi Berra, Johnny Cash, Marilyn Horne, Mohammed Ali, Arthur Ashe, Uri Geller, PeeWee Herman, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Evert Lloyd, Johnny Depp, Christian Bale, Leonardo DiCaprio.




The Eight Destiny is the path of the producer/director, the general, the Chairman of the Board, and the class act.  You are dreamers of grandiose dreams and schemes and you aspire to be the best at what you do.  Your cornerstone is Quality!  Employers love you because you deliver just that.  You can be artistically oriented and also have a good head for numbers and figures.  You have "the buyer's eye" and can easily ferret out quality items from among junk.  You are financiers, brokers, bankers, executives, commercial magnates, empire builders, manufacturers, consultants, promoters, art patrons and artists,  orchestrators and organizers, fashion and interior designers, and real estate salespeople, among other things.  You are winners who keep a broad outlook (see the forest over the trees) and accept no defeat.  Whether you work for yourself or a company, you exhibit the attributes of perseverance, efficiency, propriety, fastidiousness, and panache.  You are a hard act to follow, if anyone is vying for your position.         


Your famous Eight Destiny fellows show a propensity for order and protocol (3 presidents and one powerful general), along with superlative actors, writers, singers, movie directors, and comedic personalities.


Johann S. Bach, Pres. Millard Fillmore, Oscar Wilde, Rudyard Kipling, Gen. Douglas MacArthur, George Orwell, Laurence Olivier, Pres. Lyndon b. Johnson, Gene Kelly, Pres. Gerald Ford, Jonas Salk, Timothy Leary, Alan Shepard, Paul Newman, Dick Clark, Mickey Mantle, Smokey Robinson, Bob Dylan, Martha Stewart, Barbra Streisand, Martin Scorsese, George Harrison, Diane Sawyer, Diane Keaton, Liza Minelli, Oliver Stone, Richard Gere, Dana Carvey, Robin Williams, Wayne Gretzky, Sandra Bullock, Ben Stiller, Penelope Cruz, Jessica Simpson, Jessica Biel.




Having a Nine Destiny, you have are naturally gentile and aristocratic.  You gravitate to the upper echelon of society and like to work for companies that give you a sense of pride in association.  There is a wide spectrum of occupations that you can excel in, from the arts and sciences to politics and athletic endeavors. It's important that you are verbally and monetarily awarded for a job well done or you will grow to resent your boss or co-workers, or the work in general.  You are at your best in the professions, i.e., as lawyers, professors, or physicians.  You have come into this life to sacrifice your own needs for the sake of others, even though that is not what you would think.  However, if you look at your life objectively, you will find that you are usually thrust in a position where you are serving and giving before you receive.  That's because you are the highest vibration on the numerological totem pole and that is part of your calling in this lifetime.


Your famous Nine Destiny fellows are exceptional writers, artists, comedians, singers, actors, musicians, a president, a tennis pro, and a model.  You can excel in any one of those occupations as well.  All you have to do is to develop the passion, perseverance, and focus to make it happen! 


John Keats, Henry David Thoreau, Louisa Mae Alcott, Henri de Loulouse-Lautrec, Frank Lloyd Wright, Mahatma Gandhi,
Mother Teresa, Albert Schweitzer, W. C. Fields, Mae West, Erte, Joan Miro, Cole Porter, Norman Rockwell, George Burns, Charles Lindbergh, Lawrence Welk, Julia Child, Billie Holiday, Pres. Jimmy Carter, Ray Charles, Yoko Ono, Gloria Steinem, Shirley MacClain, Elvis Presley, Morgan Freeman, Richard Pryor, Harrison Ford, Jimi Hendrix, Cher, Bill Murray, Sharon Stone, Jim Carrey, Garth Brooks, Whitney Houston, Jack Black, Renee Zellweger, Steffi Graf, Tyra Banks