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10/30/2019 12:07 am  

A couple of weeks ago a thought came to my mind... DT is the 45th president, and in numerology that is a 9 (4+5=9).  The number 9 represents the end of a cycle, so this means T would be closing a cycle and with that something tells me that he probably won't be reelected.  The next president would be the 46th and that's a number 1 in numerology (1+0=1). New beginnings, new slate, maybe...a woman? Even the year that Trump was elected was a 9 (2016 or 2+0+1+6+=9).  T is a wild card, he is the face of the old energy dying in the planet.  He came to create chaos an with that, to open the door to a time of enlightenment and spiritual awakening. Any thoughts?


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10/31/2019 11:53 am  

@yayababic - I think if you poke around here on this forum some more, you'll find lots of posts that correlate with your ideas, including numerology.  Safe to say the consensus here since 2016 has been that Cheetolini represents the ending of one cycle, that there'd be lots of chaos, but that eventually things settle out. How we get to the new beginning is what many of us discuss, and there's lots of interesting view points, but what we all see is a return to simpler, kinder values...eventually.


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12/15/2019 1:42 pm  

Here is my interpretation of numerology, and obviously I could be wrong.

In 2020 trump will be re-elected. The final president of the current system.
The Trump presidency will end in summer to late summer 2023. There will be a temporary substitute.
This ending is tied to the closing of an old and the beginning of a new chapter in US history that has been trying to take hold.

A new phase and the end of an old phase.

In 2020 there is a cultural shift in the so-called Culture Wars. The time is ripe for change and the voting people want it. The sentiment is turned,..BUT the system is not ready yet as results in congress won't reflect the cultural shift.
In 2020 Democrats will be marked by internal change within the party and they will lose the House of Representatives in the General Election, but they will win the Senate with Democrats 51, Independents 1, Republicans 48 seats.
In 2020 people will vote to break free of the status quo, but in the next year 2021 all will continue as before, with heightened conflict.
This election in 2020 will be the last of a chapter that will start to change in the midterms of 2022 and effecting in January 2023.

In these midterms of '22 there will be a massive turnout and this time it will have effect cause of a change in gerrymandering in 2021, possibly via a democratic senate.
Thus, in 2022 both the House and Senate will be voted Democratic. And Conflict will be heightened to extremes with Trump.

Because of hermit- or retreat-Trump --his isolational behaviour-- the president's authority and the power of the Presidency will decline. In essence the individual states will grow in legislative power and will be less dependent upon Washington.

Other points of interest:
The Cold War or elements of it, will be revisited in 2020.
Freedom of the press will possibly shift in '22/'23.
Perhaps new chapter NATO in turn of '22.
The Mueller report will come back in '21 and '22.

...as far as I can interpret this correctly according to numerology...


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12/15/2019 3:45 pm  

@pep

Hey Veer, thanks for posting. This is interesting, but i couldn't bring myself to hit the "like" button.  The idea of him being installed again in the presidency is just too horrifying!


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12/15/2019 4:19 pm  

@unk-p

Yes you're right, a horrible thought. And perhaps I'm wrong anyway 


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12/15/2019 5:26 pm  

And my interpretation above is not certain yet, cause I don't have a definitive democratic candidate yet to pivot trump against.


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12/15/2019 9:20 pm  

@pep

I am wondering if you would be willing to share how you did this prediction. 


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12/15/2019 10:06 pm  

@jeanne-mayell

Me too because that didn’t help my depression at all.

Anita


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12/15/2019 10:59 pm  

and it sure didn't help mine.


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12/15/2019 11:44 pm  

@suspira44 and @anita,

Veer said that without knowing the Dem. nominee, his interpretation  is uncertain.


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12/16/2019 3:18 am  

@jeanne-mayell

I always feel a bit vulnerable exposing how I do these numerology predictions, cause I am self-taught and I have heard my way of going about it is apparently not by the book.
So I am a bit hesitant.
But I'd like to show it with a picture if I could upload it.

With trump;
In general I thought of all the people and players involved, both on macro/world and micro levels, like world history events and elections involved with this person or people and family, friends. I list them all.
And then I look where they seem to converge or where the symbolism of certain numbers stand out.
While making this scheme, which takes hours, I have plenty of time to get into a zone and then I also write down stuff I might feel or patterns that keep coming back.
That's basically it.

It was great fun making this scheme (not the outcome), but did I procrastinate from my job!


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12/16/2019 2:18 pm  

Totally understand the vulnerability. I feel it too when I make a prediction.  It's awful and so I'm sorry I got you into this position!  It's just that. you predicted Trump would win and we need to know how to understand that.  You don't have to do it if you don't want.  I feel like I've put you on the spot, @Veer, and I apologize.  

 If you do decide to let us peak into your method, here is how you post a photo: Click <choose file> just below the box where you type your post,  and then upload it from your desktop. I'm expecting to see an image with a million figures all over the place. 

Either way, I will keep your prediction along with the hundreds of others and we will see how this world of ours unfolds.  If you decide to re-do it once the democratic nominee is decided, please do share!

I knew of a brain surgeon who never lost a patient because of a system he had for determining if their brain tumor was operable.   He would not share it because of fear of ridicule, except with his psychiatrist. But his track record was perfect. He never lost a patient. She then included it in a book I read (Extraordinary Knowing by Elizabeth Mayer). His method was his own invention and it only worked for him.


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12/17/2019 3:11 am  

No worries, glad to help in any way or method.

The method I use is like peeling an onion: you look at the historical context or macro-level, then you also look at a closer meso-level level at friend and family, and finally you look at the core; the person him or herself. At some point these outer and inner levels seem to converge via the symbolism of numbers.

The numbers I use are: age, or years since an historic events, or founding of some institution. Then I count or add the years till the present years, or the next, etc.

So i.e. you will see GOP in the year 2020 since the founding has been around for 166 years. This adds up as 4 (1+6 +6) in the year 4 (2+2 from 2020).

Now 4 has several symbolic meanings. It can be i.e. grounded/ continuation/ will/ conservative or square/ sober or basic/ strong/ earth, etc.

By the way sorry if I mention something someone already knows.

 

I basically line up all these events end people involved and then look down from every year and see where the symbolism of the numbers seem to stand out in some way. For instance; is there an ending to a cycle (7, 9), or a beginning (1).

For example, the 2020 elections are for the 117th (9th) congress.

In 2022 there will be the election for the 118th congress.

And the election date, what kind of symbolism does this date have number wise, and is there an allignment with a person or party with this symbolism of each and every number.

59 years for example adds up as 14 or 5. It can denote the end of a cycle (9), the end of a cycle of 7 too, and 'escape' / exit or 5.

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01/22/2020 5:52 pm  

~vaguely written interpretations by me based on numerology~

***The Close of the 20th Century***

The years 2022-2026 will be a smaller cycle, or period, of closure and change.
This period is -in my interpretation- in essence the end-part of a bigger cycle which had its origins in the 20th century, specifically the cycle that started in 1914 with WW1.
I am NOT saying there will be a war, rather that some events which manifested starting in 1914 will find closure in the years 2022-2026.
In THIS sense, a cycle of war and destruction, which was such a defining characteristic of the 20th century, and in response with it a cycle of change, identity building and a brand of politics too, will find its closure in this period of '22-'26.
In the broadest sense you could say that a part of the 20th century comes to a close in these years and the beginning of a new chapter of the 21st century will commence.
The turn of the years '22 to '23 and then '25 to '26 will be defining of the this change, to me.

Unfortunately, my previous numerological predictions about Trump being re-elected and then falling from power in the summer to late-summer '23 still stand, but with a twist.
If I interpret it correctly, I do see Joe Biden running against Trump. He will have the support of the party.
Though there could be a threat of a third candidate.
The twist is that during Election day they both seem to have or win the day and the Election.
In any case it could be a contested election. A feud which will run right up untill the midterms of '22 and the turn of '23. Trump and Biden contesting...and both of them seem to win at some points...
Trump could be re-elected, and then lose to Biden later. This to me seems the likeliest,..as far as I understand.
Probably I am mistaken anyway... Let's hope so!

Anyways,..
The midterms of '22 will mark the shift of the old paradigm -represented by the 45th President- to the beginning of a new chapter. In a way a definitive shift from the 20th century to the 21st.

The 20th century also saw a shift in the start of a chapter of listening to 'the people's voice' instead of kings, 'lordships', etc. It was the beginning of listening to the 'common folk' starting with democratic reforms, and slowly increasing power for women. And also for minorities.
The years '22-'26 will mark a decidedly new chapter in this growing power and these developments.
The changes made in laws concerning the immigrant populations in 1790, 1924, 1952, 1965/68, 1990...these cycles are all tying together. And as I interpret it, it will mean that from 2022 to 2026 the voice of immigrants will finally come to the foreground.
They will manifest politically in a powerful manner in the midterms of '22 and especially the election after. The immigrant populations will be taken more seriously, starting in these years '22--'26.
As in my previous predictions, this will possibly be cause of a change in gerrymandering. I ...assume...via the Democratic Senate as I mentioned before, starting in '21, as far as I can understand politics.

The world order in the coming years will be shifted too. Nato will be of less importance.
The policy of political idealism abroad of the US, which defined America starting with Woodrow Wilson (the 28th President) with his League of nations, will lose its drive or importance the coming years. The US will become more focused on politics and policy at home, instead of idealism and power play abroad.
This shift will also be in the years '22-'26.

And ideology in general will start to be of less importance.
Going back to the basics of practicality, pragmatism, feeling and empathy -I think- will start to grow.
The tone-deaf behaviour of Washington, and the isolationistical tendencies of Trumps personality (in a way he is a hermit) will also have the effect that Washington's power or grip over the 50 states will decline.  
In short; the people are already gearing up for change in 2020, but the political system is not ready yet. '22 Will mark the change.

Please bear in mind though that this is my own interpretation. I do not hold the truth, I am merely guessing and I am fallible obviously.
Corrections and /or remarks are very welcome!

Kind regards, Pepijn


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01/22/2020 6:14 pm  

@pep

Thank you, Pepijn, for showing us a different kind of analysis.  


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01/24/2020 9:38 am  

And this possible threat of third candidate could come from either/ Mitt Romney/ Clinton/ Bloomberg.

Romney could partner-up.


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01/24/2020 10:04 am  

Trump thrives on a divided field and -like in '16 on the GOP side- it is the same situation again almost, only this time the division is on the democratic field


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01/24/2020 10:21 am  

@pep the GOP is unified because Trump will crush any who dare to disagree with him.  He has his constant rallies to shore up his cult. And he has non US foreign dark money (the Kremlin and the Saudi Prince and probably others) doing  cyber warfare on US citizens to attack any adversaries.  Any GOP opponents of Trump risk their careers even their lives and their family’s lives. 

The democrats don’t use such tactics.  Democrats are free to express their opinions.   


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02/01/2020 7:33 am  

Also follow up; in the midterms of '22 and the congress year of '23 I keep seeing the numbers 47.

This could mean that after trump in '23 there could be a President with birth year 47, or added up to 2 like Joe Biden (who also happened to be the 47th vice-president). This person could be in the news then. Also I see a change for Biden with these midterms.

It could also mean that in '23 the 47th President will be a theme.


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02/01/2020 7:07 pm  

@pep

do you think it could mean that someone replaces T at some point before his term is complete, making whoever wins in 2020, #47?


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02/02/2020 2:46 am  

@unk-p

That's a tough question.
As far as this numerology is interpreted it's a guess, but I do think strongly Trump will not complete a second term.
A contested election.
Mueller and the impeachment saga will continue or come back in some way or shape in a democratic senate the coming years.
A change in gerrymandering.
A change for Biden with the midterms of '22.
A fall from power for Trump in summer to late summer '23, but maybe that's on a personal or business level for him. Maybe he is allready no president anymore by then.

I keep seeing 47 by that time indeed.
Again, it could be someone's birth year like 1947/ or 04-07-19??/ or added up to 2 (4+7=11 is 2). Or someone who has a strong connection to the number 47, like Biden.

It could also be that there is an in-between 46th president, after Trump (45th) and then after the 47th takes over.

Too many options now in my mind! What do you all feel?


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02/02/2020 6:58 am  

That's a tough question.
As far as this numerology is interpreted it's a guess, but I do think strongly Trump will not complete a second term.
A contested election.
Mueller and the impeachment saga will continue or come back in some way or shape in a democratic senate the coming years.
A change in gerrymandering.
A change for Biden with the midterms of '22.
A fall from power for Trump in summer to late summer '23, but maybe that's on a personal or business level for him. Maybe he is allready no president anymore by then.

I keep seeing 47 by that time indeed.
Again, it could be someone's birth year like 1947/ or 04-07-19??/ or added up to 2 (4+7=11 is 2). Or someone who has a strong connection to the number 47, like Biden.

It could also be that there is an in-between 46th president, after Trump (45th) and then after the 47th takes over.
Too many options now in my mind! What do you all feel?

 

I just feel horrible how this guy and the government makes everyone who does not agree 100% feel like they do not belong.,.that they are made to feel like lesser human beings.
That you do not feel what you feel, or see what you see. And that if you do feel and see what is happening and you disagree, well then you don't matter anyway. It's horrible.
This won't last! It will take time to unfold but it will. He won't make me feel less.
Trump may think he is bigger than the universe and it is all about him, but in my opinion -when I look at it from a numerological perspective- he is just a symptom of a larger unfolding movement of change that actually started unfolding with Obama on November 8 2008. With the midterms in November 8 2022 this cycle comes to a close,.. exactly 14 years after.
Or 5113 days (adds up to 1, a new cycle indication).
Or 168 months after (68 adds up to 14 or 5, with 14 indicating end of two cycles of 7 and 5 is escape). 69 adds up to 15, often a sign of breaking free of something.

Or in a bigger perspective:

From Sunday, 2 September 1945, the end of WW2, to Tuesday, 8 November 2022, the day of the election is 28,191 days (new cycle or change).

Or 77 years (=adds up to 14 or 5) and 2 months (=adds up to 79, two cycle completions).

Or in a bigger perspective yet:

From Monday, 11 November 1918 the end of WW1 to Tuesday, 3 January 2023, the day the 118th congress starts is 38,039 days (= adds up to 5, free).

Or 104 years, 1 month, 23 days (=adds up to 1, new cycle) .
Or 108 years after the start of WW1 (=9, end of cycle)

It's just my interpretation and obviously I can be very mistaken, but I do genuinely believe the midterms of '22 will see the start of us breaking free of all this turmoil that has been part of a bigger picture of change.
Trump's time will be up. The old system will be up. Trump's flaws will teach some what they don't want to be anymore, I think.


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02/06/2020 11:04 am  

Trump will be followed by news of his personal taxes, in the latter part of '21, but most notably from November '22 all the way thru '23.

...just my/ a numerological interpretation.


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02/17/2020 3:19 am  

Add to that Deutsche Bank-troubles for Trump in 2021 and especially in 2023.
The Deutsche Bank-problems in 2023 will be tied to an eventual overhaul of sorts for Deutsche Bank in 2023-2024.


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03/12/2020 5:31 am  

My thoughts and heart will be with you, wonderful people of the US.

This following has nothing to do with numerology, but...

Trump declaring that the borders are closed for Europeans, for the 'foreign' virus, and stating that Europe has taken to little action to prevent the virus couldn't be more of a classical case of psychological projection and hypocrisy.

More importantly, for the population of the US, Trump's behaviour is dangerously selfish in his denial of the severity of the spreading of the coronavirus in the US.
In protecting his own ego -with his denials and blaming others- the focus will not be on protecting Americans, nor on acknowledging the rapidly spreading virus on home turf.

I just hope the remainder of the government will be persuaded to take action.


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03/12/2020 7:32 am  

As a US person living in Europe, I have to agree with you @Veer. I am very worried for friends and family in the US. I don’t think the government there is at all prepared and am concerned that the medical system will be overwhelmed - not even to mention the fate of people who can’t afford to seek treatment or miss work. This is a life-defining moment for a lot of the world - if we can survive it. More of the orange one blaming everyone else and causing more chaos is not going to help anyone. 


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03/12/2020 11:13 am  

@Veer  I'm sure you're a great person - after all you're on this board - but I get the shakes when I read your numerology. This guy lasts until 2021 - well, put it this way - if he does, I won't.

 


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03/13/2020 5:27 am  

@suspira44 well I understand why you'd feel that way. But please beat Trump and last twice as long as him, at least till the year 2525 ♥️

And luckily I do not hold the truth!

It's just an interpretation, and like every person with an opinion, luckily, there's every chance I could be mistaken.

Let's hope so.

Kind regards, Pepijn

 


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03/13/2020 5:32 am  

@baba I couldn't agree more with you. And the points you mention -about the overwhelmed medical 'system', and that people can't afford it or can't miss work- are what make me feel most horrible of all.

 


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04/22/2020 2:43 am  

Veer, I can't disagree with your assessment of the 2020 election because my own intuition has been telling me that Trump will win again this time.  From my own gut feelings (and generally asking my higher self), I agree that it will be a hotly contested election, so much so that even once it's "officially decided", he will have lost the popular vote again by a mighty margin, but will win the EC by a hair.  This is in part due to voter suppression, cheating, and charges of more outside interference, but  also because Biden is not physically or mentally able to handle the challenge of not only the race but also the job itself.  He is also still part of the old paradigm that is being swept away along with all of the old-school politicians of all stripes.

Unlike you though, I don't see the House going R again; I feel that number of seats held may change a bit, but the D's will retain the majority there, even if they do lose a few seats.  I do agree that the Senate will change hands, but I'm seeing the possibility that it will be "purple", or closer to 50/50 with one or more Independents siding with one side or the other at different points to get a majority.  Unfortunately, that means that it will be almost complete gridlock in both houses with no chance of overriding T's decisions and very little stomach for attempting any real movement on any investigations.  There will be some, I think but it will mostly be a lot of grandstanding about it with not much actually being done.  

Where we come into agreement again is the election of 2022.  By that time the people will be so completely fed up with the R's political games and deep-seated greed and blatant corruption that the D's will see a crushing victory in both houses.  That will set up a laundry list of investigations, trials and other court cases, including possible impeachments of several if not many of T's judicial appointments.  I think this is where you see the delay and state that while the people are ready, the system is not.  It will take at least two years to work through all of that (22-24), and then the election of 2024 see the end of not just the R party, but the beginning of the end all party politics.  I believe we will see a lot of reforms in the gov't process such that political parties, while not outlawed, will be shunned because of the exposure of corruption and games on both sides.

I do think there will be, as you alluded to, a "temporary" president, possibly Pence, but definitely someone who tries to appear strong but is inherently weak and not up to the job.  He or she may try to run in 2024, but will not get the nomination and will be the lamest of lame ducks while having to contend with multiple congressional investigations and legal issues.

I'm not sure which side will win in 2024, because of what I said above, but while whoever wins then will finish up the cleanup work left over from the T admin and will start the ball rolling toward a more progressive win 2028, that is his/her only true mandate and that person will only serve one term and will give way (gracefully, I might add) to the incoming sea-change.


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