Determining compatibility between people, and understanding the level of compatibility between potential life partners or lovers, is perhaps one of the most useful—and ultimately accurate-- applications of numerology.
Hillary Clinton has finally declared her intention to run in the 2016 presidential election. The news in itself is no great surprise, but her method of declaring was unusual.
I wrote recently about how much I enjoy looking at compatibilities between couples. For me, that ranks about an 8 on a scale of 1 to 10.
Analyzing the compatibility of children and parents, however, for me ranks a 10 out of 10. Even the briefest look at a child’s numerology chart in the course of a reading for a parent is fascinating and rewarding to me.
I'm always surprised when people ask, sometimes rather tentatively, if I'm willing to do a couples reading. My answer is always a resounding YES!!
It isn't easy being a master number.
It is said those born with a master number life path have more difficult lives than the rest of us. However, as in the case of Kathy Griffin, who was born November 4, 1960, and who is a 22 life path under the influence of 4, there are also some perks.
One such perk is being able to speak your mind on neglected and important issues, and getting tons of applause and appreciation for stating what should be obvious.
Patricia Arquette has, of course, been in the news recently for her Best Actress win at this year's Academy Awards, but has also been praised for speaking out on equality for women in the workplace and world, as she accepted her Oscar.
If you have seen the movie Boyhood, it will be obvious that Ellar Coltrane (shown left, with Boyhood director Richard Linklater), the movie’s focal point, is not a usual child.
I wrote recently about the talented (and seemingly ubiquitous) Benedict Cumberbatch, and realizing that Mr. Cumberbatch and fellow Oscar nominee Julianne Moore have more in common than you might think.
Julianne was born December 3, 1960. This makes her a 4 Life Path person under the influence of 3.
Michael Keaton is quite likely on tenterhooks right now.
He has been nominated for an Academy award this year, for his performance in the movie Birdman.
The reason I think he may be perhaps a little more nervous than other nominees is that he is in one of the most difficult years in his cycle pattern.