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Evaluating Candidates by Their Numbers

“No individual has any right to come into the world and go out of it without leaving behind him/her distinct and legitimate reasons for having passed through it”  George Washington Carver, American scientist and educator

From time to time I am asked by my readers to please do the Numerology profile on this personWhat do your Numbers mean or that person.  When Comey was testifying, several wanted to know his birth chart.  Now they want to know Mueller’s.  Some ask for Steven Bannon.  Washington has no shortage of interesting characters who keep us amused and terrified.

There are, however, some important numbers to keep in mind when considering an individual’s blueprint.  Let’s start from the beginning.  Generally speaking, blueprints are long, at least 120 years but most of us have no clue as to how or when parts of our lives are more active than another.  We have no idea that we have good and bad timing in our charts.  From the time we arrive here it will take approximately 30 years to complete childhood.  Keep that age and number of years in mind when looking at a candidate such as the person who just ran and lost in Georgia, Ossoff.  He was just finishing up his own childhood and yet considered a run for a Congressional seat.  It was a candidate of wishful thinking but too light in life experience to be taken seriously.

An individual’s life is divided in 7 year sections.  These are called Soul years and occur every 7th birthday starting at age 7.  It takes four of these cycles to complete childhood and an additional year to make the transition to adult life at 30.  The first Soul cycle lasts from 7 to 8 years, the second 14-15 years, the third 21-22 years and the last 28-29 years.  Basically we integrate ourselves during the ages of 28-29.  We integrate our body with our mind and with our emotions.  Many of the young tech players and gamers started their success during their childhood.  You have seen many of their inventions and ideas fade as they become more adult.  Some become more mature and authentic in their 30’s but most don’t really see the light until they have survived more seven year Soul cycles.

Actually, it takes seven of these Soul cycles, or the age of 49, to be integrated enough for mature and aware responsibilities.  By the time a person is 50, they begin to free themselves from self-imposed should’s.  They have a backdrop for decision making–we would like to think it so.

There are, however, many candidates who are poor candidates in maturity, responsibility and awareness.  You can take a look at their names and see their issues.  Are they truthful?  Are they easy to manipulate? Are they strong and considerate?  Can they be great leaders?  Is this their time?  Remember numbers missing from their names tells the story of their challenges, karma and tendencies.  I have found that the greatest number consistently found in candidates is a life path of the number 6 (from their date of birth) or a destiny of the number 6 (the total of numbers in their full name).  The number 6 always has a tendency to think they know what is best for you.  They can be righteous to a fault, especially if they have no number 6 in their birth name (no letters F, O or X).

Another thing to remember is the timing of a candidate’s run.  The birth chart always tells the timing of events.  If they are launching themselves in a personal 9 year, they probably have very little chance of succeeding.  If they are in a Personal 7 year, they are too tired to run or will come off as a lack-luster candidate.  You can even tell from the name the tendency of the personality.  It can show you past life information that is influencing this life.  For example, it can show a propensity towards military behavior from past life military experience.  The date of birth also points out the childhood wound the adult is now carrying.  They are almost never aware of it but it guides and directs their behavior

Just as you would want to know about the person you are hiring or marrying, you would want to know about the candidate who is trying to get your vote.  If we all did more homework on the cast of characters who want our votes, we would be further ahead with good leaders.  The numbers don’t lie but the candidates can and do.

By the way, what do your numbers say about you?  What is your timing for your decisions?  What is your own wound?  We spend thousands on therapists and drugs and yet we invest little or nothing in our own custom designed blueprint.

Maybe I’ll do the blueprint on Jeff Sessions.  Stay tuned!


5 responses to “Evaluating Candidates by Their Numbers”

  1. Ken F says:

    Thank you, Gail,
    Just wanted to say that I enjoy reading your blog. Good stuff!

  2. Debbie says:

    Thank You, Gail, a great article as always.
    I would like to see some of the woman politicians, that are out there now that are obviously already stumping for the next election charts. A good example would be Elizabeth Warren.

  3. Renate Grundstrom says:

    Gail, an outline or example of the current president would perhaps put a few peoples mind to rest and clear up some of the negative energy that is being continually broadcast poisoning our lives. My curiosity is also peeked to see a comparison between the two candidates that were in the last election and why it turned out the way it did.

  4. Thank you Mary Ann. Will do.

  5. Gail, I would be very interested to see a blueprint on Jeff Sessions and also Robert Mueller, I hope you will do them!

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