Number 9: Vortice Energy


Let’s talk about 9. It’s why I stopped giving personal numerology readings.

Nine is the number associated with endings. It’s a force which annihilates and encompasses. It completes a process, and it transcends. In numerology letters are represented by numbers from 1-9, and larger numbers and dates are added together until they reduce to a single digit from 1-9. When 9 is added to any number, its value is 0. For instance: 6 +9=15. So you reduce 15 by adding 1+5=6.  Go ahead, try it with any number. A numerologist’s shortcut doesn’t count the 9s in a string of numbers, because they are like zeroes. So we see a quality in 9 that symbolizes  the quantity of nothing. The word Nine is related to none, and the German nein, words denoting emptiness and negation, denial.

In mystic traditions, 0 represents the cosmic egg from which all life emanates,  the vast fabric which contains everything. It is formlessness giving rise to form, and the void to which all form returns. While the symbol for 0 appears static, 9 is a spiral, a vortex, dynamic, it is the conveyor from formlessness to form and back again.

In numerology, each number represents a trajectory and its attendant energies. A number’s characteristics may be balanced or imbalanced, its process begins at the baser, egocentric end, progressing toward the higher, selfless, wiser aspects of a given number. Qualities of each number from 1-9 exist along the spectrum in each number, much like  integers do between whole numbers in mathematics.

These aren’t merely binary, dualistic good or bad characteristics, but the comprehensive expression within each number to exhibit traits engendering sense of self, the ability to relate to others, the drive to create and express, a curiosity that  revels in the sensual world and pushes boundaries,  possesses an appreciation for the natural world and understands the value of community, the desire to withdraw from the outer world and seek deeper wisdom from within, the determination to leave behind something lasting, and a vision for the future, and finally a willingness to let everything go, to open, give, love, inspire.

Within the number 2 for example, there is a 1 quality which is competitive, a 6 quality which is nurturing, a 7 quality which is intuitive and shy, and there is a 9 quality which seeks to support and build up others.  Each number has within the qualities of all the other numbers. The goal of each number is to transcend the ego, resolve to its highest, selfless, agape- love expression which is 9. All numbers aspire to this state, and here lies the incredible force of 9.




Because it’s interesting.

My first autopsy was Marilyn Monroe -about 24 years ago, when I was first  experimenting  with numerology and the depth of information I could glean from a mere nine numbers. I did her chart calculations, and the numbers around her death.  I was floored by how accurate, detailed, and personal the results were.

It got me thinking: Can I predict my death using numerology?

Every book I’ve read about the topic says No. I’m sure better minds than mine have attempted it. But I’m not convinced it can’t be done. This is how Celebrity Numerology Autopsy came about, really. I’ve kept track of the charts of famous dead people, as well as family and friends of mine who have passed. I’ve made meticulous charts in an attempt at finding numbers or patterns which might either pin point or approximate the timing of death.

What I believe it this: If death is a fixed event – whether it’s a single event or a third strike your out – it must be indicated somewhere in a person’s numerology chart.

If it cannot be predicted using numerology (or any other system), then death is not a fixed event. It may not even be a certainty, an eventuality. Or we may have a number of ‘windows’ through which we can be resorbed back into the cosmic, quantum fabric.

I find patterns within individual charts, but these are not repeated in everyone’s numbers. Some people die in a personal year which is the same as their life path number. Others die surrounded by numbers that are seen in their intensity, challenge, and karmic lesson numbers.

I still believe there is a pattern, and it’s applicable to everyone. I’m personally uncomfortable with indeterminate circumstances around death. If I can’t have the certainty I desire in life, I want that structure around death, at least.

That’s to be expected of my 4 life path, I suppose.

I’m interested in your opinions, ideas, or theories about these things.