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.
Recently I wrote about showbiz icon Taylor Swift, a 7 Life Path person who seems–for the present at least–to be all light. (Of course we, as humans, are all faceted and there must be some darkness in there somewhere, in all of us. But it's certainly not visible in Taylor Swift.)
Jian Ghomeshi, on the other hand, a 2 who has shown nothing but light to the listeners of his famous CBC radio show, Q—is now showing his long and very dark shadow.
The nine women who have come forward to talk about their experiences with the
Wayne Gretzky, Bill and Hillary Clinton as Grandparents: Numerology of Famous Parents, Grandparents, Babies, and Babies in the Becoming
Could ‘the Great One’ actually be becoming a grandfather? Where did the time go?
Wayne Gretzky's daughter Paulina has announced that she and Dustin Johnson are expecting a child. Paulina has a number 3 Life Path, while Dustin is a complex and powerful 5 Life Path person under the influence of master number 22.
Anyone who has had even the slightest exposure to news media in the last couple of weeks could not have escaped "the wedding." It was everywhere.
Synchronicity has been somewhat absent on this trip until now. However, when it came, it was surprising and very intense. Meagan, a Vancouver friend who I am staying with in London, had forgotten her glasses, so I sat in a London black cab waiting while she retrieved them from the apartment where we have been staying.
I was thinking about 33 Belgrave Sq., which for years had been the headquarters for the Spiritualist Society of Great Britain, and which I intended to visit later in the day. Out of the blue, the cab driver began to speak.