While traveling home from Arizona last Friday, we heard about the devastating cyclone, or hurricane, that hit Burma.
Friday was May 3, 2008. That day adds up to 18/9.
18 in the ancient Chaldean system is a number of materialism wanting to destroy the spiritual side of nature. 9 symbolizes endings, change – releasing everything that is no longer useful.
My sense is that this natural disaster may create an opening for the people of Burma. The military dictatorship will be hard-pressed not to receive help, though they are still denying visas to aid workers. Drastic measures are needed when devastation strikes. Hopefully the result of this horrible disaster will provide an opening for much needed political change in this part of the world.
Another part of the world which has experienced a different kind of disruption during the 20th century is South Africa.
Sometimes it takes a warrior to bring peace. This is the definitely the case with Nelson Mandela’s life.
Mandela’s warrior spirit is directly reflected in his name. It adds up to a number I wouldn’t often recommend – except for some people with a special mission.
‘Nelson Mandela’ adds up to 51 in the ancient Chaldean system. This is a vibration promising 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 is a perfect fit.
So why wouldn’t I recommend the ’51 name’ to most of my clients.
As with any special mission, there is a warning of dangerous enemies with this number. You can see why this wouldn’t be a good fit for the vast majority of people.
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 none of us could even imagine doing. Later he became the first President of South Africa to be elected in democratic elections which included all races.
Amazingly, he turns 90 on July 18, 2008.
Notice too that he had other leadership numbers. His Life Purpose Number is an 8 – a number signifying someone who will face many challenges, but has the strength to rise from the ashes, like a phoenix. 8 is the number of the Executive. Someone who has a vision and inspires others to a better life. Abundance and power go hand in hand with this vibration.
I look more in detail at Nelson Mandela’s life on my current radio show.
My special guest this week is author Ted Kuntz. Ted tells his deeply personal story as the father of a son who as a healthy, happy baby suddenly became ill and severely disabled. His son ended up teaching Ted about finding peace of mind.
Listen to By The Numbers here.
Warmest Regards,
Tania Gabrielle

2008-05-08T19:18:23+00:00May 8th, 2008|Uncategorized|0 Comments

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