Greta Thunberg Is Courageous and Inspiring
MY NUMEROLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF GRETA THUNBERG
The letters in Greta’s full name from birth (Greta Tintin Eleonora Ernman Thunberg) show that she has come onto this earth as a “Dharmic” soul (a soul with a specific mission). Dharmic souls are here to set an example for others to emulate, whether that is expressed through their career or a cause. WHEREVER THEY ARE AND WHATEVER THEIR FOCUS, THEY WILL LEAVE A LASTING IMPRESSION ON THOSE IN THEIR PRESENCE. A few other well-known Dharmic souls are President John F. Kennedy, President Bill Clinton, First Lady Michelle Obama, Apple’s Tim Cook, Google founder Sergey Brim, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Mahatma Gandhi, Maya Angelou, California Governor Gavin Newsom, Star Athletes Babe Ruth, Joe Montana, Joe Namath, Roger Staubach, and Tom Brady.
Greta’s destiny number (the full addition of the birthdate) is 9, the number of the Universal Humanitarian. Those with a 9 destiny are considered “old souls.” The 9 is said to contain the qualities of all the other single-digit number, 1 through 8. These “old souls” possess an enlightened, creative, idealistic, philanthropic, and compassionate nature. Mother Teresa had that same destiny number. Greta and Mother Teresa had many commonalities as you will read below.
There are several other outstanding 9-destny individuals who are known for their valiant efforts to help affect profound change on a national or global scale. Dolores Huerta is one who was courageously dedicated to changing the way migrant Mexican farmworkers were treated and paid in America. Another is Gloria Steinem, the initiator, leader, and spokesperson for the feminist movement in the 60’s and 70’s, and champion civil rights and freedom, and Mahatma Gandhi who championed civil rights, pacifism, and national independence. Two others who merit mention in this newsletter as humanitarian heroes who didn’t have 9 destinies, but were born on a 9 day, were John Lennon (born on October 9, 1940) [especially for the lyrics and music to “Imagine.”], and Nelson Mandela (born on July 18/9, 1918), the anti-apartheid and unparalleled political unifier from South Africa.
Greta was born on the 3rd and Mother Teresa on the 26th. Both of those numbers are usually associated with personalities that adhere to strict codes of ethics and principles when connected with a particular cause or great responsibility.
It is interesting that both Mother Teresa and Greta Thunberg’s recognized their callings at a young age. According to the information in Wikipedia, Greta’s passion for helping to bring attention to the world of global warming began at her ages of 11 and 12. And, by age 12, Mother Teresa also became convinced that she should commit herself to a religious life.
Greta’s “Purpose Number” which is the purpose of the archetypal self, or her soulful mission, is the 8 – to lead, direct, initiate, and instigate as a leader of something that helps others in some way. Mother Teresa’s “purpose number” was the 1 – the number of the initiator, innovator and/or the pioneer of a way or means that helps the many, as opposed to the few.
Mother Teresa offered many now famous quotes, one of which applies to Greta’s mission as well as hers: “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples”.
And another “Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.”
Greta has also delivered a quote that may reflect why she has taken on such a monumental challenge: Her quote, offered by TEDx Talk in Stockholm, in November of 2018, is as follows: “I was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, OCD and selective mutism. That basically means I only speak when I think it’s necessary. Now is one of those moments.”
More and more people, companies, communities, and countries are waking up to the profound risk associated with extreme climate that has become our new normal. While many have been raising the alarm for the past several decades, Greta has galvanized this conversation and awakening in a manner that is wholly consistent with the power of her numbers. Like Mother Teresa, who elevated the plight of the unseen and ignored poorest of the poor to worldwide prominence, Greta has logarithmically intensified our focus on this very real threat to our very existence on this planet. We are so fortunate to have individuals like this come into our midst to lead humanity on such a wide scale for such profoundly important matters.