Numerology Celebrity Spotlight for the month of March:
Dr. Seuss and Lady Gaga
NO, this is not an April Fool’s Joke. You might be thinking… comparing these two legends together is a bit far fetched. Other than two story tellers having their birthdays in the month of March… what could children’s author, Dr. Seuss and pop star diva, Lady Gaga possibly have in common?
A simple answer – both have created unique personas, using their vast imagination to create multiple characters that are far different than life itself.
A Numerology Focus of Dr. Seuss and Lady Gaga
Dr. Seuss and Lady Gaga numerology charts illustrate two inspirational and creative leaders in their own genre. According to numerology, the birthday month of March has the theme of creativity— the 3. No surprise here. The late Dr. Seuss shaped a legacy of curious characters that inspired the hearts and minds of children throughout the years. Lady Gaga’s creations are “herself” as she transforms on stage in many costumes and many personas.
In addition, Lady Gaga (Stefani Germanotta) and Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel) both changed their names early in their adult lives. In doing so, they instantly morphed their human form into an unconventional character that feeds the imagination of their audience. The result of these name changes in a numerology view, may be surprising to you.
Check out the details below.
Lady Gaga Numerology Chart Analysis
Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, born 3/28/1986 took on the stage name of Lady Gaga. Her life’s purpose (or destiny) is a 1. 3+2+8+1+9+8+6=37. 3+7=10 (1+0=1)
With a destiny of 10/1, Gaga’s life purpose is to come first, to stand out, to be a leader and innovator in her field of musical stardom. And internationally known pop star and diva —she certainly is:). Unique to all 1s is the “0” (10/1). The zero seeks out potential, to reach out for more than what is seen—to reach into the unknown. Read more about 1s here.
Let’s take a look at the Lady Gaga Numerology Chart.
Birth name vs. Stage name
Taking a look at her birth name, Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, we see a combination of 11/11/4. Wow. The master number 11 is the ability to lead with inspiration and power which can have an impact on the world. In fact, many charismatic 11 notables—you cannot keep your eyes off of—like celebrity Madonna and Presidents Barack Obama and Bob Clinton.
As a numerologist, I am always fascinated by the effect of a name change. The name Lady Gaga was inspired from the Queen song “Radio Ga-Ga”. Yes the name is unforgettable but actually the effect in numerological terms is actually grounding. The 1/3/4 combination (see chart below) is very solid, creative, organized and calculating. So perhaps she creates with a plan. She may appear outlandish, but I believe she knows exactly what she is doing.
Dr. Seuss Numerology, a man with many characters
Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss),born 3/2/1904 also has a destiny of 1.
3+2+0+1+9+0+4 = 19. 1+9=10/1.
Seuss certainly took the rank of first in the field as the popular author of a multitude of children’s books. I know Dr. Seuss became a household ‘friend’ in my life as a child, filling my imaginative soul.
Seuss had his time as a wild and notorious young adult. In fact, Geisel first used his Dr. Seuss pen name in Darmouth College when he was thrown off his College’s humor magazine because of drinking. Read more here.
The pen name Dr. Seuss definitely took a life of its own as he began his career illustrating and writing beginner reading books for children, using all his fun characters.
Let’s take a look at the Dr. Seuss numerology chart. Again we see how a name change is not just one that stands out more but can give the person what he needs in life.
As Theodor Seuss Geisel, he has a 1/1/11 combination (see above). Two “1’s” (leadership) and the master number of 11 in his expression number makes him a powerful thinker and inspirer. But very heady and not personable. In walks the “Cat In the Hat”— Dr. Seuss with an 8/7/6 numerological vibration.
The combination of 8 (powerful leadership), 7 (non-conformist, steps out of the box) and 6 (compassion and nurturing connection with others) gave Seuss a personal and charismatic persona. His brilliance took the form of creating characters that were comical and had a message.
I bet if Dr. Seuss and Lady Gaga ever had a chance to meet, they would love each other.
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