220px-Nelson_Mandela-2008_(edit)Sometimes it takes a warrior to bring peace. That was definitely the case with Nelson Mandela, who died on December 5, 2013.

Mandela’s warrior spirit was reflected in his current name.

“Nelson Mandela” adds up to a number I would ONLY recommend to people with a special mission

It adds up to 51 in the ancient Chaldean system I use for current names.

51 promises sudden advancement in whatever he wanted to accomplish. 51 is especially fortunate for people in the military needing protection and for leaders of any cause which is not related to war.

For a man who dedicated his life to freeing his people from Apartheid, the name was a perfect fit.

So why wouldn’t I recommend the 51 name to most people?

As with any special mission, there is a warning of dangerous enemies with a 51 name. You can see why this wouldn’t be a good fit for the vast majority of people

(Another warrior soul who carries the 51 current name is Oprah Winfrey.)

Yes, a 51 name promises glory – but the glory isn’t worth the risk for most.

For Mandela, however, the risks WERE worth it. He spent 27 years in prison – something most of us could even imagine doing. Later he became the first President of South Africa to be elected democratically in an election which included all races.

Mandela, aside from having his Warrior name, had other leadership numbers.

His Life Purpose (add all the numbers in your birthday) is an 8 – signifying someone who gains strength by overcoming challenges, embodies courage and leads by example. 8 people have a vision that inspires others to a better life. Their energy is infectious and incredibly strong, especially when they are tuned in to their soul’s true passion. Abundance and power go hand in hand with this vibration.

The other heart-centered leadership number reflected repeatedly in Mandela’s birth code was 18/9:

Nelson Mandela was born on July 18.

The year of his birth was 1918.

His Destiny Number (birth name) adds up to 99/18.

18 is a number of unconditional love. 18 resonates to the humanitarian leader. The shadow side of this number is represented by the martyr.

18 adds up to the root number 9 – the FINAL single digit. 9 holds all the wisdom of the previous eight numbers.

9 even looks like a person with a big head! It represents either a very wise leader – OR a person with major ego issues. As with any symbol, there is a positive and a shadow side.

Nelson Mandela fully experienced his potent numbers’ code on every level. He activated his 8 Leadership Number throughout his life. He encapsulated the 9 Number of Wisdom, and he magnificently stepped up into his 99/18/9 Master Number of Unconditional Love.

In fact, Mandela’s birth code was purely made up of leadership numbers – 8 and 9s.

His age and the day he passed provide us with even more clues about what Nelson Mandela stood for.

Mandela was 95 years old when he died.

95 adds up to 14/5 – such a fitting numerology code for him!

14 is the communication and media number.

5 is the vibration of FREEDOM.

He was in the news most of his life. And he stood as a strong symbol of freedom.

Mandela died on December 5 – another activation number of Freedom

In fact, 12.5.2013 was a 14 Universal Day!

How fitting that the number for Nelson Mandela’s age was EXACTLY mirrored in the Universal Day, Universal Date AND his age on the day his soul decided to move on to a new adventure.

Mandela stood for Freedom and his numerology code completely reflected this.

Thank you Nelson Mandela.

May your soul be blessed in eternity.

Love and Freedom,

Tania Gabrielle


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2013-12-05T22:49:20+00:00December 5th, 2013|Famous Blueprints, Fortunate Names|6 Comments


  1. Dorothy December 6, 2013 at 6:17 am - Reply

    Hello Tania

    I am South African and have had the privilege of being inspired by the life of Nelson Mandela. I was not fortunate enough to have actually met him but from the stories of people who have met him there is no doubt that he loved humankind unconditionally, always took the time to talk to people, both world leaders and the ordinary man in the street. The one thing that almost everyone I hear on the radio today is saying is that when you were in his company he listened to you with every fibre of his being, as if you were the most important person in the room, or even in the world.

    What a wonderful, selfless and generous icon we have had the privilege to have in our midst in South Africa. I am truly touched by all of the wonderful and glorious tributes which are pouring out for this iconic man on this sombre day. I am so proud to be South African and therefore to be associated with Nelson Mandela in some small way. Dorothy Borejszo

  2. Kay Burke December 6, 2013 at 6:41 am - Reply

    Wonderful explanation..powerful. thank you.

  3. Rev. Dyved December 6, 2013 at 9:27 am - Reply

    This is just the beginning of something great, as even in this transition, it is the rebirth of what this man stood for. We can all somehow look at the inspiration this person has left on the hearts of many. He now is truly doing even more work on the other-side of the vail, dancing, singing and being more true to his path. Today, mankind may morn, but the Angels are rejoicing. “Thank you Mr. Mandela, my blessings.”

  4. Mike Pellerin December 6, 2013 at 11:40 am - Reply

    On the Big Island of Hawaii, the anti-GMO bill which bans GMOs from the island passed yesterday when the mayor signed it into law soon after we heard of Mr. Mandela’s passing. The number of the bill was Bill #113. 1+1+3=5. What are your thoughts on this Tania? Love you! BTW, I am a 5, as well. I was so energized yesterday!

    • Tania
      Tania December 6, 2013 at 1:17 pm - Reply

      That is wonderful, Mike! Yes, the number of the bill aligned with the number of Freedom yesterday. I hope Kaua’i goes the same route as the Big Island on the GMO issue.

  5. Bukky December 13, 2013 at 1:40 pm - Reply

    Wow, even his prison number 46664 adds up to 26/8. As you mentioned, 8 is a leadership number!!!!

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