Next elections – who gets my vote and why.
Politics is not my game. My dad`s family were all involved in politics and so was my mom`s mother. I don`t know why I switch off, but I do. Perhaps it is because I feel so powerless when it comes to politics. I feel like a little drop of water in an ocean. The drop of water cannot make the tide turn. One of my uncle`s on my dad`s side sat in parliament for many years and wrote a book on the funny things that happened there. My dad`s other brother edited it. His godfather was Dr. Hendrik Verwoerd, a close friend of my Vorster grandparents. My dad`s cousin`s son, Dr Pieter Mulder, is still involved, although I have no contact with that side of the family. On my mom`s side I am on the royal registry of a long lineage of marquis and have the full lineage from 600 a.c. However, a royal indiscretion where my great-great grandfather had an affair with his secretary and had to give up the des Ligneris chateau in Switzerland, passed the power onto another family member. Anyhow, I have much of the des Ligneris family history. Religion and politics have shaped the genetic lineage. Many tales are told of lost loves due to the church dictating who the royal family may or may not marry.
Anyhow, I have decided to register for this next election and have turned to the Numerology to have a look at the “big fish” so as to decide where my vote might carry more weight. Whatever that means… It just sounded good so I wrote it.
I have decided the big fish are probably Zuma, Zille and maybe Mulder. I have drawn up their charts and looked at the common denominators of politicians in general. The combination of 4-7-11 seems quite prominent as does the 11-7-9. For leadership you are looking at the 10 and for authority and good judgement the 8.
I like to see the 9 somewhere as it shows humanitarian inclinations. The 2 is the lower form of the 11, but is your mediation and arbitration number. 3`s just add the charisma and ability to communicate and our politicians all seem quite full of them. I am not looking for 6`s in this particular instance.
My younger sister says she finds Patricia de Lille fascinating, so for her I may include a quick rundown on de Lille and Julius Malema tomorrow, and show you the difference in Madiba`s chart compared to all the others.
Now, just looking at the VERY BASICS of each, looking at their full names as this is their blueprint, this is the first thing I see:
The biggest factor in a chart when looking at the hierarchy of numbers is the leading pathway with the day of birth as a special trait to help attain this. This is weighted at about 60%.
Helen Zille has a path of leadership cut out for her, with the special trait supporting it that of compassion, idealism, tolerance, sensitivity and sympathy.
Jacob Zuma has a path of wanting freedom and experiencing life to the fullest with a special trait of being energetic, enthusiastic, generous, charismatic and visionary.
Pieter Mulder has a life path of being a stable pillar in the community, a builder of structure, law and order – both hard-working and practical. His special traits are that he is sociable, cooperative, charming, efficient and ambitious.
Secondly the next most important number is the destiny number.
For Helen Zille it is the 7, the destiny number of the true politician.
For Jacob Zuma it is the 8, the number of business, powerful positions and wealth to share.
Pieter Mulder also has the politician`s destiny of a 7.
Thirdly we look at the soul urge, which is hidden to the public but the motivating force behind our reason for doing things.
For Helen Zille and Jacob Zuma it is the 9, the urge of the humanitarian who is often gifted with a sharp intuition and keen analytical skills. They would like to make the world a better place for all.
For Pieter Mulder it is the 8, which is the building of family dynasties and generating wealth. He is motivated by power and improving the lives of those that work for him.
The fourth thing is to look at their challenges, specific issues that they would have had to work at.
For Zille it is family issues, sensitivities and sharing the responsibilities and patience.
Zuma needed to learn independence, patience and focusing his attention. He may
have a great imagination or talent but have difficulty expressing it. In adulthood he may come across as arrogant or eccentric and not be taken seriously by anyone.
For Mulder it may feel in general like he is being confronted with difficulties from all directions, as if dreams and ambitions are being spoilt by unfair circumstances.
The fifth thing to look at is personality, which is what the world sees of you and what gets you “hired and fired”.
Zille is serious and studious. She comes across as highly independent and self- sufficient, intelligent, intellectual and wise.
Zuma and Mulder both have an impressive personality and can influence and even intimidate through sheer force with natural authority. Their competence and enthusiasm will attract people with the resources they need.
The last big number I will look at is the power number, also known as the maturity number, which kicks in around forty, give or take a few years. it is an underlying wish or desire.
Zille Her capacity to use power will grow; she will be recognized as a pillar of influence and dependability within her community.
Zuma He will become increasingly practical, organized and far more down-to-earth, very capable of putting his ideas into concrete form.
Mulder He will become more spiritually inclined, and his understanding of life will be enhanced. He will find he can get more done by gentle persuasion than by force. He will be a power behind the throne and perhaps not get the recognition he deserves.
Their “public names” show what traits they have decided they need most. The public names are Helen Zille, Jacob Zuma and Pieter Mulder. Here are short versions of these charts which will shed more light:
Zille has a chart that is very strong on leadership. It is her leading pathway, her soul urge as Helen, the destiny of her genetic lineage and her power number of her public name. I like the full line at the bottom of this grid as it is the total lack of materialism for herself. I like the 5`s as well as this will give her the ability to come up with new ways of dealing with outdated concepts.
Zuma has the line of the planner on his public name grid. He is more of an inspired leader with a strong element of wisdom. You will see he has the 3-6-9 combination on personality level and Zille has it as soul urge, personality and destiny. This is a very appealing combination for actors etc who are in the public eye.
Mulder has a strong “keeping the peace and balance” chart and has leadership but not in the main positions. He uses the name Pieter, which is definitely strong on leadership. He will definitely be of great value in any political party.
To sum up I would say the following: The next president, if I understand correctly, will be appointed in 2014. In that year Zille will be in a 1 year of a 10 pinnacle, meaning she will be infused with new energy and a sense of new beginnings in a leadership pinnacle, the situations she will draw to herself. Zuma will be in a 5 year in an 11 pinnacle, meaning he will be burning the candle at both ends in that year with scattered attention in an 11 pinnacle, one of enlightened inspiration, which may be just a little impractical for a new president. Mulder will be in a 4 year, which is usually a year of trials and tribulations in a 5 pinnacle, a pinnacle of freedom, travel and accelerated learning, not exactly a time to settle down and apply himself to a specific duty. He will be excellent in this time to do speaking or writing – on politics perhaps.
My choice is thus to support the DA candidate in this next election as I feel it may just be time for Zille to take over the presidential duties in 2014.
Tomorrow I will show you those other three charts – briefly – and then get off the subject of politics. I will cast my vote with an informed Numerology decision and then leave the politicians to get on with what they do best. Until next time…
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