You may well ask, why am I putting Donald Trump in my schizophrenia blog? The short answer is to drive traffic to it, lol. But I was both amused and horrified today to discover how much the Donald and I have in common beyond our blond good looks, some Scottish and German ancestry, and latent Presbyterianism: We are both, according to numerology, life path number 22. Though separated at birth by several years, our birth day, month, and year add up to 1966. Who knew?
Well, I kind of had an inkling. My interest in finding out the Donald’s number was piqued when my husband sent me a recent opinion piece in The Washington Post, written by Farroll Hamer: “Building developers are reactive and megalomaniacal. Just like Trump.” Mr. Hamer was a former city planner in the Washington D.C. area, and, from years of working with clients, he has developed what he calls his Developer Profile.You want to know what kind of President Trump will be? Find out what developers are like. Not surprisingly, we learn from Mr. Hamer, that, if Trump were elected, he really would build a wall.
“On those few issues he identifies closely with, such as trade and restricting immigration, he would be unrelenting and inventive. He really would build a wall. He can’t keep Muslims out of the United States or return lost jobs to the country, but he would do what he can and call it a success.”
The number 22 is the most powerful of the life path numbers. Successful number 22s are number 4 skyscrapers. Number 4 is the foundation stone upon which the master builder builds. Some of us step up to the glory of the number 22, but many of us, probably most of us, just live quiet, unassuming lives because we are stuck in our windowless basements. We are neither creative, intuitive, nor inventive. Number 4s tend to be boring, predictable, averse to risk taking, and therefore miss out on a lot of opportunities because we are too late to the game. (Now, that last part doesn’t sound at all like Trump!) As 4s, we work so hard that we often can’t see the forest for the trees. As a developer 22, Donald Trump would bulldoze those trees. What makes us potential 22 superstars like TRUMP is that some of us may have in our numbers the intuition of number 11 (22 = 2 times 11) on top of being efficient and pragmatic.
If you want to know Donald Trump, appreciate the fact that he’s a developer AND a number 22. Being a 22 is no guarantee that someone will become the president of the United States. (You might, on the other hand, own your own media empire, like 22 Oprah!) It does mean that someone has a shot at larger things. In Donald’s case he was fortunate enough to work hard at doing what he’s good at. (Working hard, building, bulldozing.)
Does 22 sound like a TRUMP and a developer? Visionary, intuitive, practical. Able to turn someone else’s dreams into reality (e.g. build a giant wall or skyscraper), dictatorial, insensitive, and overbearing. 22s are also described as a classic case of “be careful what you wish for.”
Of course, TRUMP had an added advantage at birth by being the son of a wealthy developer. He didn’t get sidetracked into thinking he might be an artist or a humanitarian, where clearly his talents don’t lie. Although, to be fair, it’s not like we number 22s aren’t capable of empathy or creativity. It’s just that we’re so damn efficient and practical that we cut corners to keep it simple. We can do what other people need of us!
Have you taken up numerology yet with your own son or daughter who is going through a mental health crisis? If you can see how Donald Trump has made the most of his number, why not indulge in a little numerology to help your relative find his or her potential?
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4 thoughts on “Donald Trump – the Master Builder”
Donald Trump is a 4 life path dear. There is a school in London for Pythagorean numerology, one of the few schools about numerology around the world. Sorry to tell you but it is better to be certified as a numerologist. He is not a 22 master number. He acts like a person on the negative side of the 4, not only that but he contradicts himself with his 5 and uses his master number 11 as a double 1, not as a master number. Love and light your way.
My DOB is Aug 16 1987.Im a 4 too?
I read somewhere that Donald Trump was a 22 so I thought he was a 22 too, but if his birthday online is correct then he is a 4. From my knowledge, a 4 is a simplified 22. I believe that if a 4 fully magnifies itself with hard work, then it would obtain to a 22 . Just as a 22 that sleeps all day would be more like a 4. Never underestimate a hard worker and yes, you are a 4, too.
There are 2 ways of finding out. He is a hidden 22, like most 4s I believe. His number 22 comes when you total each of his birth numbers and you get 1966. Then you begin to break it down to prime by adding 1 + 9 + 6 + 6, which gives you 22. In numerology, 22 is one of the master numbers and does not get reduced to prime, but if you do so you get 4. He, like the rest of my family (except my father) is a 4/22. My mother’s numbers and my siblings’s numbers each add up to 1966 in our case. According to author Sue Frederick, rising to the occasion, becoming a superstar 22, may happen or may not happen, it all depends on the person. But, the star quality is there given the right circumstances. Oh, and BTW, today’s his birthday!