World-class Letters

Posted on September 8th, 2007.

I have a numerology secret to share with you that I made when I was still a teenager. Yes, even back then, numbers and letters intrigued me.
While I was watching some of the 2007 World Gymnastic Championships at home on the internet yesterday, I remembered …
The greatest athletes in general have letters A, J and S as their first consonant or vowel – whether in their first or last name. Like yesterday’s newly crowned all-around gold medalists Yang Wei from China for the men, and Shawn Johnson, from the U.S.A. for women.
But there’s something else I’ve kept track of for years. Great skaters gymnasts, runners, swimmers, and skiers often have the letters B, K and T in prominent positions as well.
For example, famous Olympic Gold Medalists whose first vowel or consonant is A, J, S or B, K and T are …
Kristi Yamaguchi, Jackie Joyner Kersee, Alexei Yagudin, Dan Jansen, Olga Korbut, Nadia Comaneci, Oksana Baiul, Ilya Kulik, Scott Hamilton, Bart Conner, Boris Shakhlin, Steffi Graf, Andre Agassi, Alexander Karelin, Vitali Scherbo, Svetlana Khorkina, Johann Olav Koss, Carl Lewis, Carly Patterson, Picabo Street, Naim Suleymanoglu, Mark Spitz, Janet Evans, Ingemar Stenmark, Michael Johnson, Magic Johnson, Sebastian Coe, and Kristina Egerszegi – the most successful female swimmer ever. Though never a gold medalist, legendary skater Michelle Kwan fits the bill as well.
The reason is simple. Letters A, J and S resonate to 1. And athletes who excel on a world level have a deep burning desire to be number one. Even if you’re Not and athlete, you will want to excel in your chosen profession.
As for letters B, K and T – why should they matter? After all they resonate to number 2. None of these super performers wanted a silver medal.
Here’s why the number 2 is so prominent in many athletes’ names. Especially in those sports where athletes need impeccable balance. Where a slight wobble could mean the difference between winning or losing. The number 2 brings perfect physical balance – to gymnasts, skaters, skiers, divers, runners and swimmers. It is also the vibration of patience.
Balance and patience are key ingredients to success. Imagine getting impatient if you’re a tennis player slugging it out on match point. Patience IS balance. And without it, you can’t go far. Balancing yin and yang, virility and sensitivity, male and female energies is the sign of a true master.
Take for instance these legends – Boris Becker, Bjorn Borg, Jean-Claude Killy, Kip Keino, Tara Lipinski, Ian Thorpe, Matt Biondi, and Bonnie Blair. All have prominent B, K or Ts in their names.
There are many more examples I could list. But here’s what’s important to know. Every letter in your name tells a story about you. It symbolizes an energy that is active in you EVERY day. When I tell my clients the meaning of their letters – they are always baffled. How can a few letters define them so well, they often ask in amazement.
Here’s why. A letter is based on a number. That number is a specific vibration, which resonates to very unique qualities. The combination of the letters in your name define your tendencies, your attitude and your gifts.
It’s what makes Pythagorean Numerology so intricate and powerful. You are defined by the letters in your name, the numbers they represents and your birthday. PLUS the shortened of changed name you use now adds a whole new energy to the equation. Knowing the meaning of Each of your numbers is like going on the deepest journey of self-discovery.
What could be more thrilling than being given an actual blueprint of who you are. I can’t think of anything.
Whether you get a Pythagorean Numerology Blueprint for your child, your spouse, your parent or yourself – it’s by far the best birthday present ever. Your blueprint is a mental and spiritual power tool. Go unlock the keys to your destiny now.
With Warm Regards,
Tania Gabrielle French

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