William Bruce Jenner, born on October 28, 1949 (a birth date he shares with Bill Gates, Julie Roberts, Joaquin Phoenix and Mohamed Ahmadinejad) has some undercover (until now) quirky ways himself. His name number reduces to a 7 and his destiny number is also a 7 and he’s born on a 1 day. So his personality composition is comparable to Putin in many ways. He would tend to be very private, odd, mysterious, unusual, unique, original, and some might even classify him as being from a different planet, but regardless, he seems to be following his 7 destiny inclinations and becoming another of the more interesting people on this planet.

I have labeled the numbers 1, 4 and 7 the “renegade” numbers because people who have any or all of those numbers as major influences in their numerological charts will have a difficult time walking to the mainstream drumbeat. I have one of them myself and I definitely qualify. Some of the more notable renegades of our time are Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, Noel Coward, Earnest Hemingway, Dr. Seuss, Pierre Cardin, Jerry Lewis, Maya Angelou, Larry King, Carl Sagan, Christo, Janis Joplin, David Letterman, Alice Cooper, Ozzy Osbourne, Sally Ride, Yo Yo Ma, Prince Andrew, Shaq O’Neal, Tiger Woods, and the list goes on . . .

Bruce’s chart shows that his childhood was difficult, starting at age 2, for some reason, and much of his life in general was not easy through age 28, which was two years after he won the Olympic Gold Medal for the decathlon in the 1976 Olympics. He was married three times and his most notable marriage was to Kris Kardashian in 1991. His chart shows that he was in a state of quandary at the time of that marriage but those numbers were replaced by very good ones after Kendall, his first child with Kris, was born in 1995. His chart shows that from 1995 to 2014 he was content with his life, or at least he had numbers that showed he wasn’t in distress or having any major problems. It appears that he will have to face some difficulties in the near future, likely related to the auto accident he had on the 7th of February. It appears he will continue to face some challenging times until he is in his mid-70s, when he will have the best numbers he has ever had for many years. Better late than never, I say.

I know I’m not alone in wishing him the best with his gender changing circumstance. He is a guy who definitely walks to his own drumbeat and has the courage to exhibit his uniqueness for all to see. I applaud him and respect him for that.