“You have brains
in your head.
You have feet
in your shoes.
You can steer
Chock full of riveting emotion and imagination, the myriad journey Seuss’s tales and illustrations take any reader on are fine examples of how his Piscean 2 soul worked. Also following the very fortunate 19’s ‘The Prince of Heaven’ life path, Seuss was his own initiator and set up the legacy that he is now forever remembered by.
We’ll find out shortly the tale from the Doc’s name, but did you ever wonder how he ever did get his well known alias Dr. Seuss? It’s kind of a funny story. While attending Dartmouth college, he worked his way to being the editor-in-chief for the school magazine, Darmouth Jack-O-Lantern. I can’t even say it is any coincidence to learn that a socializing Pisces would get caught in the act of indulging in the spirit of the alcoholic kind, but yes our very own Dr. Seuss was only human after all.
Keep in mind, this was during the prohibition time backing the early 20’s, so gravitating to those indulgent spirits was a surely a huge “no-no.” So, the school as a punishment for his actions, asked that he terminate all of his involvement with Jack-O-Lantern. What occurred then brought out more than just the cleverness of the Doc’s innate writing and illustration abilities, as he decided to still continue to write and submit to the magazine, but under the alias, SEUSS.
In 1926, after graduating from Dartmouth and working for the humor magazine The Judge, Seuss added the now known Dr. and within this 5 personal year of permanent change, created the alias that would bring him plenty of stability, for DR. SEUSS carries the pure energy of the 8. Undoubtedly it also more than likely made him a little more serious and at least, drank his spirits with total responsibility.
Aside from his writing, he was equally talented in the other area of drawing, (as most 2 karmic paths are good at two things simultaneously). This too, would be a supportive source of income for him throughout his life.
While he wrote three children’s books before the time of World War II, it wasn’t until he was beginning another 9 year cycle in his life in 1949 that he returned to children’s story telling for many years to come. This extended into all of his sun sign guiding planet Neptune’s influence of film, music, and animation.
Challenged within in a 24/6 personal year in 1954 of ‘Love Money Creativity’ to create a book for children that they wouldn’t resist utilizing only 236 words, (notice the 11/2 connection here) the infamous ‘The Cat in the Hat’ was born, just like a child, 9 months later.
THEODOR SEUSS GEISEL also is in-tune with his nurturing Moon 2 karmic path with yet another influence of the number of parenthood as his full name expression vibrates to the master number 11/2. From art, to film, to prose, to his fun with all kinds of spirits, our DR. SEUSS, (with the backing of this hard-working and ability to be recognized 8 name expression), swam in the myriad possibilities of imagination with this intensity of the 2.
Before we close with the tale from the name, there’s one more interesting numerical “coincidence” to note. After the fast success of ‘The Cat in the Hat,’ wouldn’t you know, this 1 life path initiator started what is now well-known as The Beginner Series. We shouldn’t wonder by our final validation of Dr. Seuss’s Lexigrams -the tale told from the poetic phrasing of the anagrams derived from his birth name- where all of his seemingly magical gifts came from.
THEODOR SEUSS GEISEL
THEODOR IS THE HIGH SCHOOL EDITOR
HE IS ALSO TO SEE OTHER EDITOR DOORS
HE SEES THE “SCHOOL DOGHOUSE” TO USE SEUSS
THEODOR IS THE TRUTH SLEUTH
THEODOR TO SEE GOOD SOLITUDE USE
THEODOR IS SURE SET TO DELIGHT US
THEODOR SURE SETS THE SIGHT TO “SEE”
THEODOR SEES TIRELESS STORIES IN LIGHT
THESE STORIES SOOTH THE OLDER SOUL
THEODOR USES GLORIOUS TITLES TO SEE SURE RESULTS
THEODOR ALSO USES “LESIEG”
THE SOLO DR. SEUSS IS SET TO SEE RIGHTEOUS RESULTS
THEODOR IS SURE RESOLUTE
HIS SERIES IS THE SURE LIGHT TO DELIGHT THOSE TO SEE STUDIES GO
THESE STORIES OUTDO THOSE OTHER HIT LISTS TO SEE GROSSES
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