Who can resist a royal wedding?
Not me. And I can’t resist a quick peek at what the day foretells for HRH Prince William and his lovely Kate.
Fortunately, I don’t have to. A little simple beginner-level numerology lets me look at the day and what it means for their future.
Traditionally, the day is a ONE day (4 + 29 + 2011 = 4 + 2 + 4 = 10 and 1 + 0 = 1 or, if you prefer 4 + 29 + 2011 = 4 + 11 + 4 = 19 and 1 + 9 + 10 and 1 + 0 = 1). Numerologists differ over their reduction methods, but in this case, the outcome’s the same.
And that’s good news for Kate because it not only suggests a great day for a new adventure, but also lends support for her being able to continue to be a thriving individual with a life of her own. It’s a creative day, good for indepenence and interdependence and beginning something new.
For the British public, the day suggests a royal couple who will depart from traditon while performing their duties admirably. (An alternative way of arriving at the number for the day suggests both success in material ventures and a strong spiritual and romantic vision and connection.)
If you prefer the tarot numerology methods, think of the day as the Wheel of Fortune and the Magician. Again, they’ll get what they want most of the time, and roll with the tide when they can’t.
There are challenges for every day. For William and Kate, the primary challenges will be finding time for a personal relationship, for becoming and remaining a devoted couple and effective team.
And will they become England’s King and Queen? Almost assuredly. their final challenge number is a 0, saying they deal with everything life offers–and that’s what royalty does.