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I have been asked, because I have your Numerology software, what the date Dec. 21, 2010 signifies, with all of the other things taking place that day astrologically as well: Winter Solstice, Full Moon, Lunar Eclipse, Sun in Capricorn...
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Other people have asked what the significance of that date is too, so I am happy to respond to your question concerning 12/21/2010.
When we reduce it to single digit numbers, we find that 12, for the month of December, becomes a 3 (1+2), the 21st day also reduces to 3 (2+1), and when we add the digits in 2010 we again arrive at 3 (2+0+1+0).
However, there are three other dates this month that also reduce to 3/3/3. They are December 3, December 12, and December 30. This tells us that the numerology "vibration" for those four days is similar, though not identical. All four dates will stimulate and enhance our creativity, to name but one influence, but both, December 3 and December 30 are more creative in the pure sense of the word, than December 12 and 21, which are more focused on individuality and independence.
The month of December, 2010, as a whole brims with creativity and communication. I consider the hoopla around Wikileaks to be a prime example of that. Whether you like it or not, the exposure of massive amounts of secret and confidential material is an example of the number 3 in action, including what is perhaps the number 3's most recognized weakness, an unwillingness to take responsibility. And there are many other examples of December's creative energy, both positive and negative.
More troublesome, in my mind, is that while the 3 increases our ability to present information, create visual and verbal expressions, communicate, and shine a bright light into dark corners, it also tends to lower our moral standards and obligations. Worse, it tends to make us irresponsible. Again, I see examples of that all around me, with the huge information Tsunami caused by Wikileaks front and center. The communication storm currently playing out, not only delivers information, it just as easily brings misinformation and miscommunication.
Again, I will use Wikileaks as an example. On one hand, exposing deeds and misdeeds is generally a good thing. On the other hand, if that kind of exposure does damage to individuals and institutions, we would likely not want that to happen. And so here we are, many people who are outraged over this, and those who feel it was high time someone exposed the underhanded sneaky methods used by governments everywhere.
Both sides are emotional and polarized to the extent that communication between them is all but impossible. It would be difficult to find a better example of the kind of actions typical to the 3.
The most complicated aspect of analyzing dates, is that they don't just stand separate and alone. Think of them as soldiers. Each soldier has his or her specific and unique attitude and traits, however, they operate in units that consist of several soldiers - the unit, by definition, dilutes the influence of each soldier's personality. A unit, in turn, is connected and operates in a coordinated manner with a multitude of other units, thereby tempering each soldier's sway even more, and so forth. By the time we look at the army as a whole, each soldier's influence is almost nonexistent but its combined power can conquer countries.
Similarly, days form weeks form months form years, and with each expansion the individual influence of a single day becomes almost nil. And yet, dramatic events like a stock market crash or a catastrophe of some kind, tend to happen on a specific day. But keep in mind, it is the influence of a range of numbers representing days, months, if not years, that reflect the nature, the cause, and the likely outcome of these events.
Kristy, to answer your question, I don't expect anything particularly spectacular on December 21, just a continuation of what we are already experiencing this chaotic, creative, irresponsible month (causing chaos being another of the number 3's special talents). In fact, I see December 30 as slightly more likely to deliver some big headlines, as it shifts the balance more towards the negative 3 with the addition of a zero.
As always, the way each of us experiences the influence of a single calendar day, no matter how unique the numbers for that particular date, is more obvious by looking at your individual cycles. Your personal day cycles are like sharply outlined shapes and forms against a backdrop of muted colors and fading shapes that represent the calendar dates. If you want to know how you, personally, will be affected, you may want to look at your own forecast instead of the calendar dates.
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