I believe she's the love of my life, need help....
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Me and my friend met each other 5 years ago and to me it was love at first sight. She was married so I, "buttoned my lip" and I'd just dream with her. Shortly after she broke up with the dude... He was the fifth dude she has had a serious (long term) relationship with, she never had children with anyone. She has NEVER been "off" a relationship, she's not the type to actually handle loneliness.. all relationships end up REALLY bad, last dude stole ALL their joint bank account money (not in half he took all their savings) when she left (hey she has Saturn on her natal 5th house and Pluto on her 7th house if anyone knows what that means).
This is the thing.... my numerology is crap, and so it's hers... until one day I decided to play with both our numerology together... mind you, I was born exactly 9 months 4 days after she was born (for those who do not know, that's about the normal gestation time of a baby).
This is the thing...
Her birth day is: 6/4/76
Mine is: 3/8/77
This is where things get really creepy.....
6 + 3 = 9 (for the months between me and her)
4 + 8 = 12 1 + 2 = 3 (for the month I was born)
Things do get creepier now though....
9 (months) + 4 (days) = 13 (for the year she was born 7 + 6 = 13) and 1 + 3 is 4. Four is also the day she was born.
The day she was born (4), two times is my birthday (8). But the scariest of all of these that I do not see any reason to.... the years of our birth:
76 + 77 = 153 1 + 5 + 3 = 9 months again between her birth and mine.
According to google there are 277 between her birth and mine. 77 is the year I was born.
I've told her this... and she has said many times "You and I are eternal siblings, that's what it is".... oh and she is already thinking about divorcing this dude she got married to in 2017. She's messing with me... but God, am I crazy for coming up with these numbers? Is this common? How common is it?
As for me, I'm still in love, no room for anyone else in my life
BTW I understand this is NOT the normal couple method numerologists use for compatibility. But they are my own calculations since I met her 5 years ago, and more seem to come up. She lost her grandmother on same day and year that I lost my fiance to cancer (we were about to get married, and SHE had breast cancer when we met... I could go on... OH her new dude has my mother's birthday (not year)... the list goes on and on!!!!!!!
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TheCaptain last edited by
Are those birthdates 6th April and 3rd August or 4th June and 8th March?
Jayann last edited by
I was just reading this post for a second time and their date of birth are the 4th June 1976 and the 8th March 1977
TheCaptain last edited by TheCaptain
MacCentris, unbeknownst to either of you., this pairing can make a profound mark on your environment. Your relationship is about power, though not of the worldly kind that builds empires and conquers mountains; rather, it is something more personal that the two of you bring out in each other. This power becomes not only a symbol of but a reason for the deep inward connection here. With the relationship’s support, the two of you can more courageously express who you are and who you want to be. The quality of your connection is most apparent in a love affair. This love is often more spiritual or platonic than physical, although sexual passion cannot be ruled out. Problems of communication can arise, since you Mac may periodically go incommunicado, isolating yourself in your own world, removed from both the stresses of life and the anxious queries of this woman. You may also be made insecure by her need to go outside the relationship periodically for comfort or affection, a step you will tend to regard as an act of betrayal but which is in fact a reaction to your withdrawal.
Marriage here can be emotionally rich and may work, though on the whole it will lack the stability to hold together. Although this relationship is prone to nervousness, worry or depression rather than overt conflict, these passive states are actually much harder for your partner to deal with than outright anger or aggression since she has trouble acknowledging her emotions. Despite the difficulty in interacting, the two of you as spouses may have a hard time letting go of your marriage, which can give you both so much in the way of growth and self-expression. Friendship may be a good bet, but can lack intensity and have a tendency to drift.
Your partner has a tendency to allow work to take precedence over her personal life, but it is important for her psychological development that she learns to accentuate the feeling, sensitive and nurturing part of her nature. She needs to understand that a relationship is about warmth, reassurance and small acts of kindness and concern as well as intellectual stimulation.
You are more emotional than your partner and can have trouble relaxing. You can be great fun to be around, but your long absences and commitment to work may put your friendships and love relationship at risk. You need to make sure that you set enough time aside for relationships, and cultivate a sense of play. You also need to find ways to express your feelings to others and not allow hidden insecurities to manifest in quarrelsome or judgmental behaviour.
Advice: Don’t be afraid to push a bit harder. Try to even out your emotional moods. Keep lines of communication open. Beware of your compulsion to withdraw.