Interestingly, at times name changes can get in the way of our pursuit of our destiny as shown by the birth name. Take for example one with the Destiny number 2. Development would be in a direction accentuating sensitiveness to the feelings of others, diplomacy in handling complicated situations, gaining skills as an outstanding facilitator.
By taking a name expressing a more powerful and commanding presence such as the number 8, attainment in the direction of this individual's destiny is, to say the least, slowed down quite a bit while this name is being used. The changed name becomes something of a mask hiding the real person behind the name. A changed name can sometime adversely tip the balance in your numerology profile.
Let's say your lifepath number is 5 and your were born on the 23rd day of the month - also 5 energy. If you adopt a changed name for some reason which results in the addition of even more 5 energy, you may end up with an overload of this particular number. When any number is overemphased in a profile, the negative characteristics of the number are more apt to emerge.
In this case, you might become careless, irresponsible, and resistant to authority using this changed name. To get an idea about what the name change you are considering or the name you are using may be saying about you, calculate the numerology value of the name using the same method outlined on the Destiny page.
Next, visit the keywords page to check the general tone of the name in question. In the analysis, the Presidents have been ranked. There are any number of Presidential rankin gs available, but I found that some seem to have a partisan bias.
I attempted to avoid any political slant by using the C-span survey which was developed using the thinking of approximately 90 historians and Presidential experts. These historians and scholars rated the Presidents on 10 criteria including: 1. Public Persuasion, 2. Crisis Leadership, 3. Economic Management, 4. Moral Authority, 5. International Relations, 6.
Administrative Skills, 7. Relations with Congress, 8. Pursuit of Equal Justice for All, and, Performance Within the Context of the Time. If you want to examine any category individually, visit here and take a look. You can also use this page to check out any particular President and see how he ranked in all of the individual categories.
Just below is a listing of the Presidents in the order that they served, the historians' leadership ranking number, their birth date, and the resulting Life Path number.
If you are not familiar with Life Path numbers, you can click here to visit the page that will introduce you to this numerology concept. I've discussed the presidency of at least one or 2 Presidents from each Life Path group, in most cases focusing on the highest ranking example of each Life Path group. I also added our most recent past President, George W. Bush while reviewing the Life Path 6 Presidents.
George Washington took office as the first US President acutely aware of the need to build an executive structure that could be a mold for future presidents. It was his to decide what was really meant by the term "executive power" in the Constitution, and to fix the place of the presidency in the government. He had to hold the new nation together, get the government working, and attract first-rate people to run it. Washington established the power of the President.
It was his idea that the President was to represent all the people, placing the office above political parties and battles. He was to be the leader at home and in foreign affairs, as well. He was to be a symbol of the people and of the nation. He was never to abuse his power, but he was never to fail to use the power that the people and the Constitution had entrusted to him.
He had to set its finances in order, get its commerce going again, protect the frontiers against the Indians, and defend the nation against threats from Britain and Spain.
Congress, under his leadership, established the first executive departments. With the aid of his cabinet and the Congress, Washington got the machinery of government going. A financial system was established that got the United States out of debt and enabled it to pay its way. The supremacy of federal or national law over state law was established. Peace was made with the Indians, and new lands in what was then the West were acquired, including the future sites of Detroit and Chicago.
Three new states, Vermont, Kentucky, and Tennessee, were admitted to the Union. Clearly, this was a time when the original thought, assertive leadership, will, and determination of a Life Path 1 President was absolutely essential. George Washington, in accepting this task, established himself as one of our greatest Presidents. Congress narrowly approved. However, one of his top priorities--health reform--met with stiff opposition, and he had to abandon the idea. Clinton was plagued with allegations of misconduct prior to his election as president. Months were spent on an investigation of his and his wife's involvement in the failed Whitewater Development Corporation, an Arkansas real estate development firm.
The other concerned charges of sexual harassment made by Paula Jones. These issues contributed to the Democratic Party's defeat in the midterm elections. And in the Balkans, he sent 20, American troops to serve as part of an international peacekeeping force.
In his second term, his first major accomplishment was reaching an agreement with the Republican-controlled Congress on a plan to achieve a balanced budget. Meanwhile, the number of people receiving welfare dropped, in part because of the welfare reform law Clinton pushed through Congress in Seeking to ease racial tensions, Clinton in launched a yearlong campaign of town hall meetings and conferences. He called for reconciliation between the races, defended affirmative action, and pointed out that by the end of the next half-century there would no longer be a majority race in America.
Soon after another scandal disrupted Clinton's presidency. This controversy stemmed from charges that he had an improper relationship Monica Lewinsky, and then tried to cover it up. Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr, who had been investigating the Whitewater case, launched an inquiry.
His probe focused on whether Clinton had committed perjury by denying the affair with Lewinsky in a sworn deposition in the Paula Jones case, and also whether Clinton had tried to get Lewinsky to lie in her own sworn statement in the Paula Jones lawsuit. At first Clinton denied the charges, but when Lewinsky confirmed the affair in testimony before a grand jury, he was forced to admit he had not told the truth.
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Starr meanwhile issued a report, contending that the president's actions could be grounds for impeachment. Clinton was impeached by the House of Representatives on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice.
After a trial in the Senate, the president was acquitted on both the impeachment and perjury charges. Despite these difficulties, Clinton was able to reach an agreement with Congress on a program designed to bolster the Social Security system in the long run. In the Clintons were cleared of any wrongdoing in the Whitewater matter. Clinton's scandals at home did not prevent him from playing an active role abroad.
Following terrorist bombings of U. He also ordered the bombing of Iraq when Iraq refused to allow the UN to inspect its weapons facilities.
He helped negotiate a Mideast pact between Israeli and Palestinian leaders. Israel agreed to withdraw its troops from land claimed by the Palestinians in return for a promise to stop terrorism against Israel. Soon after his impeachment trial ended, Clinton set in motion the biggest military operation of his presidency, joining other NATO countries in a massive bombing campaign against Yugoslavia. The aim was to force Yugoslavian president Slobodan Miloevi to stop attacks on ethnic Albanians in the province of Kosovo.
After ten weeks of bombing, Miloevi agreed to withdraw his forces from Kosovo, and Clinton claimed victory. The United States did not lose a single soldier in combat. In the last year of his presidency, Clinton made yet another effort to ease Mideast tensions. But at a summit meeting at Camp David, Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian leader Yasir Arafat failed to reach an agreement on the establishment of a Palestinian state.