Friday, July 9, 2010

Farewell Naveena. It’s our fault, Rajappa.

Yesterday, we had the shocking murder of young advocate Naveena at the Karnataka High Court premises at Bangalore. All indications are that she was stabbed by her boyfriend and colleague Rajappa. One can only imagine the mental state of the two youngsters before things came to such a pass.

My heart goes out to them both. My condolences to Naveena's family, and sympathies to Rajappa's. For, it is humanity that has failed them. Our children deserve the best of humanity in terms of knowledge - not beliefs and mind-sets.

I cannot but help wonder whether this was avoidable, and I am not referring to the operational stage where people are accountable for the decisions they take. I am referring to that stage on which we are puppets in the hands of fate. The stage which brings them to such situations where hard decisions have to be taken, tragic or otherwise.

For here we have yet again, a classic case that numerologists have been warning about for centuries. Make that - for millennia. From a numerologist's perspective, this was a disaster waiting to happen.

Granted that many of us would probably not have been able to predict this grave an outcome, even if we had both the names involved. Typically, it would have been - oh this is going to be a troubled relationship - they need to do some serious course correction, they need to be accepting their situation and be happy within it, they need to change their names - this will not do - and so on.

So what any numerologist could have seen was that these names in one relationship would have led to the situation that it did.

Consider this, and I am quoting from the 'Interpretations' page of my website:

“Naveena = 28: Tragic effect, if 28 is used to form one's name or trade name. At life's close, they will have to begin all over again. This name indicates a person with great potential who is likely to see it all taken away from him, unless he steers clear of rash ideas. Often put through difficult ethical choices. At times like this, the best offence is a smart defence, with a long term perspective. Don't take on a major life challenge if you are not prepared for it. This number indicates loss through trust in others, opposition and competition in trade and due to non-compliance with the law. After all attempts at progress fail, may hate life and wonder what to do with it. This is a great name for those with a prominent 1 or 4 in the birth date, and it has catapulted some of them onto the world stage. In that sense, it is stunningly fickle. But more often than not, its effects are debilitating, and must be avoided.

Rajappa = 22: Opinions are divided on the interpretation of this number. Some say, it stands for success if the person can keep his own judgment. Others condemn him outright! There is a strong element of speculation and strife attached to it, is how I see it. In the early part of life, his interests will be compromised by others. In later stages, the person will become extremely shrewd and cynical, and may even resort to cheating others. Even if one wants to forsake evil ways, he will be led on by friends and associates. So only those who have confidence, courage and cool deliberation are advised to work with this number. Otherwise, its best left alone. Difficult circumstances are indicated, for those with a prominent 8 in the birth date.”

I may not have written it in as many words, but a 22 ends up feeling that he was betrayed - that his genuineness was set aside, that he got precisely what he did not deserve. And that led to the tragedy that the 28 faced.

I decided to write about this today, because it is an opportunity to inform. Unlike other esoteric sciences, the basics of Chaldean numerology are very simple. It can be deployed by anybody - and that includes YOU. So if you come across anyone - anyone with an adverse name, please make it a point to tell them to change it. They can do it themselves, the outcome may not be perfect, but certainly it will be far, far better than living with a tragic name. It doesn’t cost anything, they are not enriching numerologists - they are just helping themselves have a better life.

We do have a responsibility to each other, and it is about time we embraced it.

Arun Peter

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