I’ve not been into rap and hip-hop music. However, the name Tupac Shakur is one I do recall. A client who lives in Los Angeles has an interesting question about him – 11 years after his death.
‘Could you do a newsletter on Tupac and why they don't let his name/music/death go after all these years. I'm tired of reading about it in the LA Times. Investigation – lawsuits corruption – another album being put out. It's ridiculous.
‘Just wondering if his name has anything to do with why it continues long after his death.
T. C.
‘PS- thanks for the really good name report – I was VERY surprised by it and appreciate that you did all my names that I use. You helped me to clarify what name I most want to align with – THANK YOU.’
This is an interesting question, T.C. You were right about Tupac’s name. It is definitely the reason he’s still a media presence. Shakur’s name adds up to a powerful vibration which is directly aligned to the Media Number. Which means, his story – and music – will be a topic of conversation for some time.
Here’s what’s fascinating. It clearly shows that names have a vibration. They have a life of their own. So, even though Tupac died in 1996, products with his name will continue to sell well. His story will continue to fascinate.
So why did he die so young.
Tupac was born on the 16th. So, even though he had a great name which brought him tremendous success, there was always a chance he may identify with the 16 vibration as well.
16 symbolizes a ‘a fall from a high place.’ Meaning Tupac’s goals were likely to be defeated at some point along the way. The warning to listen to his inner voice, a powerful message of number 7, is heightened even further in the 16. Partly because, his intuitions would have always warned him of danger, whether through dreams or his gut feelings. With this vibration it was critical for Tupac NOT to ignore his hunches.
Shakur was the target of lawsuits and experienced other legal problems. Later, he was shot five times and robbed in a New York recording studio lobby. It was at this point that Shakur became highly suspicicous of other figures in the rap industry who he felt had foreknowledge of the attempt to murder him – and did not warn him.
His belief created a controversy which helped spark the East Coast-West Coast hip hop wars. In the end, Tupac must have tapped into the fear – and recklessness – that can accompany the number 16. It probably consumed him to the point that he didn’t follow his hunches.
The drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, which ended up taking his life, occurred on September 7, 1996. Even the numbers the day he was shot, point to his Blueprint.
September 7, 1996 is a 31/4 day. Tupac’s Life Purpose Number was 31/4. It also was the 7th which ties into his 16/7 day of birth. In fact, when you add 9, for September and 7 for the day, you get the number 16.
On this day it would have been extra important for Tupac to lie low and listen to his hunches.
My sense is Tupac was overcome with the fear that accompanied his life and work. When you’re in a fearful state there’s hardly room to listen to your intuition. He was playing with fire – and ended up ‘falling from a high place.’
As we enter the season of Spring today I wanted to look at the Chaldean number for this season of growth and renewal.
‘Spring’ adds up to 22 and is the only season with a master number. This vibration requires tremendous inner strength and fortitude. It demands letting go of laziness and taking out the sword of action. It’s about recognizing your spiritual responsibility, practicing it and mastering it.
What an apt description for the miracle that occurs in the Spring. With seeds germinating and breaking through the ground – which is often still hard and frozen. The amount of mastery it takes to create roots in one direction and shoots towards the sun is miraculous.
Make sure you know what your name and numbers add up to. You won’t believe the power of a good name – until you HAVE one.
Warmest Regards,
Tania Gabrielle
P.S. If you like movie soundtracks, listen to my show By The Numbers this week. I interviewed world-class violinist Clayton Haslop, who leads the orchestra for Titanic, Ratatouille, the Incredibles, the upcoming Speedracer, the Matrix films, A Beautiful Mind and many others. He’s performed on over 1000 films and gives us an inside look at Hollywood scoring stages and the music for the new Indiana Jones movie.

2008-03-20T19:01:02+00:00March 20th, 2008|Uncategorized|0 Comments

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