He was young, rich, dynamic and charismatic-a modern day iconic King of Camelot whose tragic death would befit a Shakespearean drama. The youngest man ever elected to the Presidency of the United States of America at the age of forty-three, he was also the youngest to die (whitehouse.gov). America’s 35th Commander-in-Chief, he was John Fitzgerald Kennedy, notably known by his initials, JFK. Kennedy was assassinated on Friday, 22 November 1963 in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas at 12:30 pm (Wikipedia), allegedly at the hands of lone gunman Lee Harvey Oswald, although conspiracy theories still abound to this day and do not acknowledge Oswald as the lone assassin. Kennedy’s killing was only one aspect of a family plagued by tragedy, tumult, suffering and chaos.
- What number plagues the Kennedy family?
- Which number foreshadowed a life of tragedy for JFK?
- What number was most dominate regarding JFK’s assassination?
- What master number formed a dangerous tristack at the time of JFK’s assassination?
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He has been regarded as a genius among geniuses, the greatest scientist of the 20th Century and Time magazine’s “Person of the Century.” He is Dr. Albert Einstein, a German born nutty professor whose unkempt hair and wardrobe made him a comedian’s dream come true but a man possessing an intellect dwarfing that of the common man.
What made Einstein so great? Was it simply his intellect, or is there something deeper and more profound?
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Amelia Earhart was a woman of her time, before her time, in the time where women usually didn’t do the daring deeds or have the daring-do of men. She was a heroine among heroes, not simply the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, but the first person, male or female, ever to fly solo over the largest body of water in the world, the Pacific Ocean. Earhart’s courage, will, determination, vision and just plain guts are an inspiration to everyone, regardless of gender, age or nationality.
Here are some interesting questions regarding Earhart’s life.
- What master number pattern was dominant in her fame and fortune?
- What number underscored her need for adventure, speed and freedom?
- What did Earhart have in common with Oprah Winfrey?
- What’s the connection between Earhart and Howland Island where she mysteriously disappeared?
A code is a system of structural communication. The Genetic code houses DNA secrets of life. The Periodic Table houses the codes of all known 118 chemical elements and their atomic structures. Morse code transmits textual information through a series of dots and dashes expressed by either sound, light, taps or clicks. There is the Universal Product Code, a system of bar codes designating product prices and features. Vehicle parts have codes, cities have building codes and so forth. But what about destiny? Does it house a secret structure of communication, a Code of Destiny? If so, can that code be broken? The answer is, yes.
To decode something is to extract its meaning. Our destinies have a definite code, and the secret to breaking that code is to understand the components of our full birth name and birth date, the letters and numbers creating them, as well as their varying combinations.
Before Elvis, there was nothing. John Lennon
How much greater praise could be given by one music superstar, John Lennon, to another, Elvis Presley? But Beatles icon John Lennon was not the only musician to applaud the King of Rock and Roll. World renowned Twentieth Century American musician, conductor, composer, pianist, and author Leonard Bernstein said this of Presley, Elvis is the greatest cultural force in the Twentieth Century.
Could such plaudits be more profound, especially when offered by two esteemed global icons? It can’t get any better than to be known as the “greatest cultural force” in a century or to have someone say that before you there was nothing! Any individual with such laurels dripping from his cape certainly needs no further introduction.
George Patton was the most brilliant commander of an army in the open field that our or any other service produced. ~ Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces in World War II and the 34th President of the United States.
“Old Blood and Guts” was the moniker by which he was known. George Smith Patton, Jr. was the name by which he was born. A fiery, flamboyant, charismatic, courageous, dynamic, eccentric warrior whose name is legend, Patton, born on 11 November 1885, lived a destiny built for war.
Howard Robard Hughes Jr., born 24 December 1905, was a true American original. A record-setting aviator, movie producer and director, engineer, industrialist, philanthropist and legendary womanizer, Howard Hughes was, for all his amazing accomplishments, arguably the most eccentric, deranged and reclusive man in recent history.
How does someone get divorced after only seventy-two days of being married? It seems unbelievable, but is it? Can such an event be seen in someone’s numbers? The answer is Yes. In a very simple way, Kim Kardashian’s marriage was doomed before it could really begin, and this is visible in the 599 number pattern of her Lifetime Monthly Timeline.
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Welcome to the Destinies of the Rich & Famous blog. Here you will find articles and discussions revealing the connection between the natal numbers (from the full birth name and birth date) of individuals and their destinies or, more precisely, their fame and fortune. As you approach this information with a clear unbiased mind it will be impossible to deny the reality that our lives and destinies are not only predetermined but divine!