“There was a star danced,
and under that was I born.”
William Shakespeare’s Taurus sun rose on April 23, 1564. And when one is born to the 23 Karmic Path of The Royal Star of the Lion, it is easy to understand why Shakespeare’s works continue to this day to be a timeless source of entertainment all over the globe. The Chaldeans’ stated that the 23: “bestows, not only a promise of success in personal and career endeavors, it guarantees help from superiors and protection from those in high places. It’s a most fortunate number, and greatly blesses with abundant grace the person or entity represented by it.” Messenger Mercury guides the 23’s singular 5 -ensuring that the person has all the potential to reach the masses- as all forms of communication and versatility mark the expression of their outward persona.
“If I chance to talk a little wild,
Deeply influenced by Venus who watches over these natives- the arts, harmony, and beauty are of major significance to any Taurus. Shakespeare left us countless artistic examples through his ornamental words. With his Moon, Venus and Neptune in Gemini- Shakespeare had all the planetary tools to tap vividly into an emotional and imaginative channel. The mutability of Gemini’s air energy along with his 23 Karmic Path (both Mercury ruled), resulted in the multitude of characters and romantic verses he invented in his lifetime.
“No, I was not born under a rhyming planet.”
Shakespeare’s 25/7 Lifepath of Discrimination and Analysis granted the keen ability to dive deep into the psychological realms that were displayed in his characters. The seeking energy behind Neptune’s influence over this 7 vibration was strong as Shakespeare followed the path of solitude to produce communication all of his life. The 25/7 along with the 23/5 equally are able to exhibit the innate talents of writing and detailed analysis. The vast collection of Shakespeare’s poetry and plays grace us through their intense prose and verse, provoking the inner psyche.
“This above all: to thine own self be true.”
-Hamlet (Act I, Scene III)
Shakespeare even left the earthly realm with his own auspicious ending. His sun set upon the very day it rose, April 23, 1616, now known as St. George’s Day. Only 52 when he died, it is interesting to note this age reduces to a 7 vibration, and is the reverse number of his 25 Lifepath. This date, (4+2+3+1+6+1+6) coincidently not only adds up to his 23/5 Karmic Path, but also the Personal Year energy he was about to enter, one of permanent and dramatic change. A mysterious exit by the numbers indeed.
To conclude our memoir to the eternal Shakespeare, once more we find another tale within the very name in front of us. Lexigrams and the mysteries they reveal don’t just apply to current names and events. This intuitive art form yet again displays further evidence of how history always seems to prove itself, and for Shakespeare one should not wonder why he remains timeless. It is evidently clear why the world has never forgotten his gifts; as they are still seen, heard, and read around the globe 393 years later.
SHAKESPEARE’S SKILLS AIM HIM AS A REAL LAWLESS SEEKER
AS HE ARISES HE HEALS, HE ASPIRES ALL EARS IN HIS PHRASES
EARS HEAR HIS PHRASES AS IMPERIAL HALLMARKS
HE SEES PRAISE AS ALL HIS SPEAKERS SPARKLE
A REAL KEEPER, HE WILL HELP SHAPE ALL ERAS
HIS SPEAKERS WHISPER SIMPLE WISHES
HIS SPEAKERS SEE MISERIES, SPELLS, SPILLS, LAPSES, ARMIES, SPARKS, SMILES, SHRIEKS, SHAME, MASKES, & KILLERS
HIS RELEASES ARE SWEEPERS, REAL PLEASERS
HIS SERIALS ARE SHAKERS, ALL ERA SELLERS
WE WILL RESHAPE AS WE REMAKE HIS PILLARS AS WE IMPRESS
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