Wacko – Freud, Jung, Watson and Wundt numerology
I said I would show you the Numerology charts of some of the most famous psychologists and give you their religious viewpoints. I do these studies to find the Numerology patterns in a group of people with similar careers, tendencies or any other common factors. Today I have chosen 5 well-known psychologists and will show you the patterns that evolve. Tomorrow I will give you some more information on them so that you have a better general knowledge of where some of our beliefs come from.
I need to tell you, though, that as far as I am concerned they are all a little wacko and not so “lekker”, as we say in Afrikaans. Perhaps this makes true the old adage that you become a psychologist to sort out your own issues. They have an overdose between the lot of them! I will explain more further down. As a matter of interest, if you click on any of the charts below they will enlarge to a size where you can have a good look.
The numbers I have found to be common denominators amongst all of the above are prominent 2`s, 5`s and 7`s, all with many 6`s and a 9 in a prominent position. Something that stands out is the lack of joy in their childhood grids (the 3`s) – except for Wundt – and how they become extremely charismatic and creative as adults. Way above average, in fact, especially in the case of Freud, Jung and Wundt, and William James a little over average as well, but with a 3 on personality level, he really did not need any more than double the norm. John Watson didn`t need more than an average dose of 3`s in his adult grid either, as his destiny number is a 3. They are all extremely charismatic and creative individuals. Another thing that is VERY prominent in these charts is the amount of karmic numbers found on personality level (the “P” line in the chart). Personality is how you look, think, act, project, health and career.
3 of them have a “7” in this position, but with all the other karmic 16/7 numbers they would not have been pure 7`s. The 16/7 means there was abuse and neglect of love relationships, a possibility of alcohol or substance abuse in past lives which often carries over to the present lives.
This goes together with infidelities. The other karmic number that most of them have on personality level is the karmic form of the 5 which is the 14/5. Now, once again if there is one in a chart you might as well see them all as 14/5. Freud does not have it on personality level, but he has a soul urge
of 5 and a 5 from his month of birth as a first cycle. He also has two 5`s in his childhood grid, showing some sensual issues (and an intensity that would have left him with a permanent frown between his eyes). Anyhow, the karmic 14/5 would be an indication of misuse of freedom in a previous life. In
this lifetime it would have led to sexual and drug abuse and perhaps even something a little underhanded. I am surprised with Carl Jung with his karmic accumulation of 14 that he did not spend most of his life behind bars. The 2`s are prevalent in each chart, sometimes in the form of an 11. Especially as destiny and power numbers
except if they have a 2 or 11 in the birth date. John has his 2`s not as full destinies but as destinies of his first name and surname. Except for William James they all have either the 22/4 or karmic 13/4 on personality as well, indicating with the 13/4 that they have karmic issues relating to life and death issues, perhaps costing someone else their life in a previous life. Carl Jung seems to have died violently in his immediate past life, either by someone else`s hands or suicide.
Ok. Now for the “weird” stuff.
Freud is a nasty creature. He has karmic power abuse and would have been extremely manipulative and in-your-face obnoxious. A male chauvinist of note. It is in his genetic lineage on his father`s side as well. Oh, boy! To match that he has an absence of 2`s on both his childhood- and adult grid, making him hyper-sensitive as a child and unable to see anybody else`s point of view as an adult. As a baby he would have been a cry-baby and been a miserable child, convinced the world was out to get him. Furthermore he was charismatic and charming as an adult and I see no fewer than 5 meaningful sexual relationships – he was highly sexed – and more stubborn than a donkey. Emotionally he was critical and would have delved deep into the emotions of others and used it to his advantage. He possessed a natural gift to counsel.
William James had the most potential of all, perhaps, and much was expected from him judging by his master number as a gift in his birth date, his 11 pinnacle from age 37 to 46, his publicly likable personality, his 9 power number begging him to take on humanitarian projects and his spiritual or perhaps even political final pinnacle from age 46 onwards. He would have been a deep and silent person when on his own, struggling emotionally and being very much “at 6`s and 7`s” as they correctly say. Look at his soul urge line and you will see. A recipe for disaster.
John B Watson was the ultimate rebel with a violent streak. With 3 of the 4 karmic numbers on personality level and a 1 pinnacle up to age 29, coupled with his frustration (see the arrow on the childhood grid) he would have been impossible to manage as a child. Of all the charts today, his is the only one which is not highly sexed. He would have had sexual encounters, though, and alcohol and drugs at some point too. Arrogant with 3 marriages/relationships as an adult. His mission in life was to be a seeker of the truth, and his “overdose” of 7`s would have made him aloof and cold, the only period of warmth in his life being from age 29 to 38.
Jung is not that different from Watson, but would have lacked the rebelliousness. A wild youth, though, with a lot of pain and dysfunction in the family. A male chauvinist for sure. A violent past life would have left residues in this one. He was very into sex, probably a little out of the norm. There was a lot of pain in his adult life too.
Wilhelm Wundt would have had a very turbulent childhood with a morbid fascination with death. It would have left him emotionally needy but I suspect he would have pushed people away when they got too close. Probably some or other learning disability at a young age as well. This guy was a natural and diplomatic leader with natural authority and wisdom. He was probably a bit dyslexic and would have struggled at school but emerged brilliant after the age of 21. He probably had a bit of a mean streak at times.
Well, perhaps after that you feel more normal. I certainly do! If you are getting into the Numerology, see if you can pick up some of the patterns in the 5 charts. By doing these kind of charts you start to pick up trends that help you with other charts. Please drop me a comment. They are either not coming through or you are too silent. Until tomorrow then!