The Numbers of the First Woman Mayor Elected in Baton Rouge, Louisiana (and she’s African American, too!)

On October 14, 2017, (born Sarah Martina Broome =38/11), birthdate June 5, 1984 = 33/6, became the first woman Mayor in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 

Her destiny number, 33/6, is called the “Christ-like” number.  In other words, she has a cross to bear, which she has the strength and stamina to manage, regardless of what that might be. The 33/6 also indicates she is someone who goes the extra mile with everything and anything she is asked to do, and it also makes her a strong defender of fairness and justice.

Being born on the 5th, she is a quick study, learning rapidly whatever is needed to give her the knowledge required for her new position. Having the 83/11 as her name number, which denotes how she will present herself in the public, gives her eloquence and the possibility of illumination, rising to some height in her life where she will be known by the masses. (Seems as though she has done that).

Her chart shows that she will likely go beyond the mayor position when she is between the years of 35 to 39 (she is currently 33).  Whatever she does, she will succeed.  There is definitely a positive political future ahead of her and it would be great if she ran for Congress in the future.  Currently, there are 84 women in the House of Representatives, and only 21 in the Senate. That’s only 95 women and 440 men as members of Congress at this time.  That means that women represent only 17.8% of Congress, when we are actually more than 50% of the population. 

Malala Yousafzai & The Number 9 – The Universal Humanitarian

Here is a brief summary of Malala Yousafzai: She was born on July 12, 1997, in Mingora, Pakistan. As a child, she became an advocate for girls’ education, which resulted in the Taliban issuing a death threat against her. On October 9, 2012, a gunman shot Malala when she was traveling home from school. She survived and has continued to speak out on the importance of education. She was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 2013. In  2014, she was nominated again and won, becoming the youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

Like Mother Teresa, for whom Malala shares the same destiny number 9, Malala was obviously born to do something special for humanity.  The fact that she survived being shot in the head shows that she had angels hovering over her at that time. In fact, the day she was shot, October 9, 2012, has some significance. October 9 was John Lennon’s birthday and even more interesting is that date also reduces to John Lennon’s destiny number of 6. Coincidently, the day John Lennon was shot, December 8, 1980, reduces to an 11, which is considered the number of “the angel of the earth.”   

The 9 is the Universal Humanitarian number, so anyone who has it as a primary number in their numerological chart, like Mother Teresa and Malala, will have a strong inclination and desire to help causes worldwide. A couple other well-known philanthropic individuals with 9 destinies are Pres. Jimmy Carter and Mahatma Gandhi.  

WE ARE NOW FULLY ENTRENCHED IN THE MILLENNIUM OF THE FEMININE FORCE

The 2000s are said to be the time when feminine consciousness will rise in favor of the fear-based patriarchal consciousness. This will occur for both men and women. We will be experiencing, over the next four years, many of the reasons the fear-based consciousness doesn’t work for the betterment of mankind, and that’s likely exactly what we need in order to make a monumental shift to a higher level of mindfulness, which is embodied by LOVE, first and foremost.  I’m one among many in this country, and around the world, who have been gathering for years in meditation and prayer to bring this kind of soulful awareness to the fore. It is my belief, from observing the numerological charts of most of the leaders of the world, that 2020 will bring about a significant turning point toward that lofty, but attainable, goal. 
 
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