Now that our U.S. Presidential election is behind us with Donald Trump’s win appearing to surprise almost everyone, you might be curious to know if numerology indicated his win. My answer: The signs were there – but (at least for me) they were subtle. On the surface, the prevailing number codes could have supported either candidate. In other words, it was a close call which matches the results when all the votes were tallied.
Let’s look at how each candidate’s personal numbers transits showed up for November:
- An Eleven/Two Personal Year – puts him in the limelight, indicates gain and loss along with master tests in relationships
- A Peak Power Number of 13/4 lasting from October 14 to February 14, 2017. Thirteen is a number which can shift your foundations. I call it the “life remodeling number.”
- His Personal Month Number for November adds up to 40. This is the same number as his Life Purpose Number.
- His Personal Day Number on November 8 was 48. The name “Donald Trump” adds up to 48.
- A Nine Personal Year – Always a year of endings and tests of character. Her Maturity Number is also Nine indicating a life of service to humanity. (Donald Trump also has a Nine Maturity Number.) In January Hillary begins a One Personal Year that synchronizes with the One Universal Year for 2017.
- Her Peak Power Number is 15/6 indicating a potential conflict between her personal desires and her responsibilities to others.
- Her Personal Month Number for November is Eleven, the number that puts her in the spotlight and also mandates gain and loss.
- Her Personal Day Number on November 8 was 64. Although the root number is One which could indicate winning – or a new start, the 64 is known to have some difficult associations in Tarot. It corresponds to the Ten of Swords which can denote extreme mental anguish, loss and a broken heart among other things.
The Universal Day Number on November 8 was 28.
The Two and the Eight are both numbers of justice and balance. The Eight is considered a karmic number. The maxim “As you sow so shall you reap” is often assigned to the Eight. Eight is a number of harvest with the assumption that if you did the proper work beforehand, the harvest would be abundant. If the preparation was neglected, the result would be crop failure. The Two and the Eight add up to Ten which reduces to One which presages a new start taking place on this day. Inasmuch as the United States is in a 28/1 Pinnacle, I take this as an auspicious sign for the future.
Whose Numbers Were Strongest?
Based on my analysis above, we can see that Donald Trump had a slight edge over Hillary Clinton in terms of supportive numerology. November is both the eleventh month of the year as well as a Universal Eleven month this year. Donald Trump’s Personal Year Number is Eleven; Hillary Clinton’s Personal Month is Eleven.
The election was held on the Eighth day of the month. Donald Trump is in an Eight Pinnacle Hillary Clinton is in a Four Pinnacle. The Number Eight is twice as powerful as the Number Four. Eight is a number that indicates the potential for powerful leadership.
With reference to the above, analysis, Donald Trump had more numeric support. With respect to all the voters who felt there was injustice in his winning, numerology speaks of karma and the soul journey. We on Earth may not see “the big picture” of Trump’s win, but if you subscribe to the reincarnation theory upon which numerology is based, then there’s a Divine plan and higher wisdom at work.
The only prediction of Trump’s win before the election that I came across was from Dana Haynes who was Nancy Reagan’s astrologer for 29 years. She stated that not only would Trump win, but that it would be good for the country as his chart was aligned with the astrological path of the United States, and Hillary Clinton’s was not.
What’s ahead for Donald Trump? The energies of 2017, a Universal One Year as previously mentioned can be difficult for him to navigate, especially since the negative polarity of One can denote anger and aggression. I believe he is likely to be confronted with dissenters until midsummer. He also needs to take extra precautions for his personal safety during the next few months. The Eleven of his personal year can signify both inspired leadership as well as being “the victim.” To successfully navigate his way through the barrage of angry attacks and controversies, he needs to develop all the skills of diplomacy and tact that he can muster. Things should get easier for him after his birthday in June. It appears that he will not be fully in his leadership power until the following year (2018) when he transits an Eight Peak Power Point.
Hillary could have found it a challenging time if she had been elected President.
Would Hillary Clinton found her path less controversial had she won the election? In one way yes since there seemed to be general public sentiment that she would be the winner. However, don’t forget that she would be in a One Personal Year in a One Universal Year.
That sounds compatible, but is it? As I mentioned before, One can attract anger and attack. According to some resources I encountered before the election, it was believed that Hillary had detractors who were scheming to charge her with misdeeds that went beyond the fabled and controversial missing e-mails. Evidence from another resource strongly hinted that she had potentially serious health issues that had not been disclosed.
We will never know “what might have been.” However, I’m personally convinced that given Hillary Clinton’s prowess at analysis and speaking, (see my last blog) plus the fact tht she is in a Four Pinnacle tht mandates a strong work ethic, she will continue to be prominent in the public eye in one way or another as long as she remains on the planet.
Accept What Is
Now that we have a new leader, regardless of whether you voted for him or not, we are challenged to learn the lessons of acceptance and support for President Trump. He volunteered for what has to be one of the most stress-filled jobs anybody could ever take on. Our positive thoughts and prayers can help both him and all of us as well as our country’s future.
In conclusion, I offer the words of artist and world peace advocate, Andrea Smith, who confessed to being a disappointed supporter of Hillary Clinton.
“The sun will continue to rise and I will continue on my path of love, light and peace. The first thing that completely destroys our inner peace is making anyone or anything wrong. As soon as we travel down the "they and us" road we are guaranteed to be unhappy. We can't serve two masters and I again choose love. I choose to see our similarities rather than our differences. We are all Americans. America embraces diversity of opinion and freedom of speech. I like that.
I pray our new leader will lead with heart. I believe whatever the question, love is the answer. For that reason I choose love. We each have free will. What do you choose? I want a world my children and their children can live safely in and have the freedom to choose what they want to believe in. If you are not at peace, choose again.”
In closing, think peace, be peace -- thanks for reading this piece!