John Lennon, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Stevie Wonder have the destiny of 6!
“Just because a man lacks the use of his eyes doesn’t mean he lacks vision.” —Stevie Wonder
Yes, each of these dynamic influencers have the compassionate destiny of 6. In numerology, the life purpose of “6” is the numerical essence of the heart, compassion, and service.
A Numerology Tribute to John Lennon, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Stevie Wonder
The Destiny of 6
Yes, these three have certainly made an impact on our world. Let’s examine how from a numerological view. In this post, we will focus on the destiny (the sum of the numbers in one’s birthday). Your destiny (or life’s purpose) is your journey in life, what moves and inspires you. If you do not follow your destiny, you will most likely feel like something is lacking in your life.
We will also look at the expression numbers (the total sum of all the letters in a name) of Lennon, Roosevelt, and Wonder. The expression number is how you express yourself in your life.
To calculate the names through numerology, use the Pythagoras chart below.
John Winston Lennon (born October 9, 1940) was filled with compassion and a wise acknowledgment of the truth. His beliefs in peace and love filled his songs and our hearts.
Give Peace a Chance and Imagine were all about connecting to humankind where people share openly, not through ego or violence. It is so tragic that he died through violence.
“When you do something beautiful and nobody noticed, do not be sad. For the sun, every morning is a beautiful spectacle and yet most of the audience still sleeps.” -John Lennon
Let’s take a look at Lennon’s birth chart. His expression number in his birth name is a “1” which represents the leader and innovator. With the name we all know him as, (John Lennon) his expression number is a “4”, which is the builder and organizer. No surprise here, as he wrote his songs with such precision and organized peace marches.
Combining his destiny of 6, Lennon made a huge impact in our world and touched so many hearts.
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (born October 11, 1884) certainly epitomized the strength of gathering people together in unity for a common goal. She was the first lady of President Roosevelt at the time of the depression. Eleanor stood out in American history as a powerful political figure and activist for civil rights and the women’s movement
“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”—Eleanor Roosevelt
Her birth name, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt has a 6 expression – all about compassion and service. As Eleanor Roosevelt, she had the creative self-expression number of the “3“. She was known to be a prolific and influential writer all through her life.
Note: Did you know that Eleanor and FDR were fifth cousins once removed? Thus the same surname.
Stevie Wonder (born May 13, 1950) is the voice of soul, filled with music in his heart and spirit. His lack of sight has intensified his voice and words so you feel his deep love of music and life.
“Just because a man lacks the use of his eyes doesn’t mean he lacks vision.”
How inspiring Stevie wonder is! He shows all of us that we see in many ways, not just with our eyes. His love songs, such as Ribbon in the Sky is so heartfelt and Isn’t She Lovely, was, of course, for his new born daughter.
Wonder’s birth name, Stevland Hardway Morris has an 8 expression number – all about power and charisma. As Stevie Wonder, his expression number is all about the heart, the 6. And to this day, listening to his songs makes me cry. Enjoy Ribbon in the Sky.
These three leaders show the brilliance of the 6. Let’s take a look at the Shadow of the Six, during the pandemic of 2020.