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.
Michael Keaton was born September 5, 1951. This makes him a 3 Life Path under the influence of 5.
This year Michael is in a 4/9 Cycle Year. While there is always great reward and completions in the 4/9 Cycle
Trevor Linden is back where he belongs: with the Vancouver Canucks.
Things should start to look up for the Vancouver Canucks hockey team in this new Cycle Year.
They find themselves in the hands of a true lover of Vancouver and the Canucks: Trevor Linden.
The Year Ahead for Trevor Linden
Richard Branson (born July 18, 1950) is a 22 Life Path. The major modifier on his Life Path is 9.
The Perfect 22
Richard Branson is, for me, a perfect example of a 22 Life Path: he’s a master builder, super entrepreneur, and a humanitarian on a global scale.
Susan and Robert Downey have welcomed another Master Number person into their family.
Avri Roel Downey is a Master Number 22 Life Path child (born November 4, 2014). Robert Downey, Jr. is also a Master Number: his Life Path is 11 (born April 4, 1965). And Susan Downey is a 1 Life Path person (born November 6, 1973).
People with a 1 Life Path are known for many things: bravery, leadership and breaking new ground in many fields, including business and sports. They’re even known in some cases for humanitarianism and acting. (Of course I am referring to one of the Western world’s most famous 1 Life Path people, George Clooney, who excels in being gorgeous as well as possessing other good 1 Life Path qualities.)
It wasn't surprising, numerologically speaking, that the race for the Vancouver mayor's chair was a bit of a cliffhanger, at least in the last weeks. Both frontrunning candidates, Gregor Robertson (who won the chair) and Kirk LaPointe, were in very difficult cycles.
Not everyone missed Piers Morgan when he left CNN, but I did.
Perhaps he was the wrong voice in the wrong place, but his straightforward English style of interviewing, and especially his passion for gun control, would have caused me to be a fan even if I hadn't liked his personality and interview style, but I did.