Based On Chaldean Numerology
Name Number 18 - The most dangerous, it can destroy the person in all forms if the person is anything short of divinity.
Name Number 43 - It's a terrorist number, an extremist with radical views. The person is motivated by religious fanatic doctrines and will try to find solace to create war and chaos.
- Adolf Hitler, Salman Rushdie
Name Number 8 - A deadly number, self-destruction. The persons will dig their own graves by their irresponsible, violent and irrational behaviour.
Name Number 26 - The popularity from hidden enemies and endless controversies. Also can lead the persons to immoral and undesirable acts.
Name Number 16 - A number of false pride and sheer arrogance with extreme views and behavior.
Name Number 28 - A number of a cruel fate. It can take a person to highest places and then put them in a free fall mode. It can destroy one great empire in a split second.
Name Number 48 - It can trap a person in a web of fate. Unlucky all the time, always in wrong places at wrong times and become victim of their own.
Name Number 22 - Can destroy a person from addiction, abusing own primal body from i.e. alcohol, drugs, sex, smoking, gambling.
Name Number 35 - Can give a person all riches, luxury and success but eventually will be lost in the end. Wealth cannot be sustained, change of fate overnight from prince to pauper. Princess Diana (Prince Charles divorced her and she lost the title princess)
Name Number 44 - Will destroy one reputation of high post and authority. Make a person too materialistic and deny the true happiness. Very shameful for business person for unethical acts. Rosmah Mansor (wife of Malaysia PM) suits her rightly.
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