A name that’s been much in the news recently is that of Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani young woman who was near fatally wounded by outraged Talabani members who opposed her openly verbal stand in favor of education for women. After reading about her and watching a TV documentary, I was motivated (as I often am re people in the limelight) to research her numerology chart. It is obvious that Malala is an exceptional person, and I was curious to see how her number blueprint supported the events of her life.
The results are that her numbers are as exceptional as her life has proved to be – and will continue to be as long as she remains on the planet.
REPETITIVE ONE’S AND FIVE’S
What I immediately saw as remarkable is that three of her four core numbers are 1 and 5. It is unusual to for a chart to have 1 and 5 in this combination. These numbers demonstrate extreme bravery and forthrightness as well as leadership and the pioneering spirit of one who is called to venture into new territory regardless of the dangers that might be encountered.
Those possessing 1 and 5 as core numbers in the numerology chart can be, in the extreme (when out of balance), aggressive and headstrong. One and five can also attract anger and destructive events
Malala’s Expression Number (what she is here to do) is the Master Number 55 which reduces to the Number One. Those who have this number combination in their charts are way-show-ers who were chosen to initiate new modes of life and thought on Earth. They are visionaries who aim to benefit all people on Earth, not just their own race or nation.
Malala’s Heart’s Desire Number is 23 which reduces to 5. Her secondary Heart’s Desire Number is 30 which reduces to 3. Both of these offer her the opportunity of honor, fame and material gain and bestow her with gifts in speech and writing. The number 5, when prominent in the chart, can indicate a desire to be a reform agent and advocate for change.
Nineteen (which reduces to 1) is the number which dominates Malala’s first Pinnacle cycle which lasts from birth through age 27. The test of this number is to work for self-mastery as well as to use the gift of leadership and compassion for the uplifting of all people.
The numbers 1 and 5 repeat themselves as Malala’s Challenge Numbers. Two of the four numbers are 1’s, and another is 5. Those with a One Challenge are learning the lesson of asserting themselves, particularly when confronted with opposition and/or anger. Her Five Challenge among other things, offers her lessons in reigning in headstrong and impulsive tendencies as well as learning to adjust to unexpected and often turbulent events.
SPIRITUAL TESTS THROUGH THE NUMBER SEVEN
The date that Malala was shot in the head close range by a member of the Taliban was October 9, 2012.
The Universe was in a Five Universal Year. Five can often
attract violent events. (And, as mentioned above, Malala
has the Number Five prominent in her natal numerology blueprint.)
Malala’s Personal Year was 51 (the numbers 1 and 5 again!)
which reduces to Six.
October 2012 was a Seven Personal Month for Malala.
The day she was shot was a Seven Personal Day.
Seven has to do with spiritual tests and events that instigate them.
Malala was also under the influence of an Eleven Period\
Number Cycle. The Eleven attracts both fame and extreme
tests of character during which it bestows the ability to
inspire others through what has been endured.
If Malala had consulted a numerologist prior to October 2012, she would have been warned to be extremely cautious during that time period. However, it is also likely that, given her One and Five number influences, she would have, in an independent and headstrong way,
ignored any advice of caution.
Ultimately, Malala’s experience of being shot was actually what brought her cause to the world’s attention. From all appearances, her attack brought her Divine protection and miraculous help. The bullet should have killed her, but it didn’t. The British doctor who had the skills to operate on her was visiting her country. Her medical expenses were paid for. She was able to overcome the effects of surgery to make a full recovery, write her book and share her story with the world.
This year (2013) Malala is transiting a Seven Personal Year which is considered a year of healing. There is, of course, total synchronicity as healing from her traumatic wound has preoccupied her time.
ANOTHER IMPORTANT NUMBER ONE AHEAD FOR HER
Around the age of 35, the energy of Malala’s Maturity Number comes into play and remains with her throughout the remainder of her life. This number is also a 1, but elevated to its highest level, 100. It is very unusual for someone to have the master number 100 in his or her chart. Essentially, this number denotes achievement of illumination and the Christ Consciousness, the very highest level of attainment.
In conclusion, Malala’s Life Lesson is Forty-Five which reduces to Nine, the number of the humanitarian. Interestingly, Forty-Five, in Tarot is the Five of Cups and is a vibration that many strongly motivated reformers and missionaries are born with.
I’m sure that all who are heart-centered wish Malala a long happy life. However much time she has left on the planet (and numerology does not predict death), her number codes indicate she will remain in the limelight and promote the cause of all women around the globe who are seeking the right to an education and to pursue opportunities undeterred by gender bias.