Saturday, October 1, 2011

The Numerology of Amelia Earhart - Aviatrix Heroine

Amelia Earhart was a woman of her time, before her time, in the time where women usually didn't do the daring deeds or have the daring-do of men. She was a heroine among heroes, not simply the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, but the first person, male or female, ever to fly solo over the largest body of water in the world, the Pacific Ocean. Earhart's courage, will, determination, vision and just plain guts are an inspiration to everyone, regardless of gender, age or nationality.

Here are some interesting questions regarding Earhart's life.

  • What master number pattern was dominant in her fame and fortune?
  • What number underscored her need for adventure, speed and freedom?
  • What did Earhart have in common with Oprah Winfrey?
  • What's the connection between Earhart and Howland Island where she mysteriously disappeared?

99-9 Performance/Experience (PE): The Power of Fame

As we learned in the article on Dr. Albert Einstein, the master number 99 is the most powerful energy of public recognition and fame. Einstein had the 99-9 in his Grand Pinnacle, the core of his life. Amelia Earhart had this potent powerhouse as her life's Performance/Experience - the reality of her 2 Lifepath. Therefore, an unavoidable role of universal recognition and experience was the destiny of this extraordinary heroine of the skies.

The Number 5: Adventure, Speed and Freedom

In numerology the number 5 governs speed, freedom, motion, movement, excitement and adventure. In Earhart's chart the number 5 occupies her Material Nature - her worldly personality. The number 5 is the numerical number of the name "Amelia" and also occupies the PE or outcome position of her middle name "Mary." Her full name was Amelia Mary Earhart. The timeline of "Amelia Mary" was from her birth through age 44. She died mysteriously at age 39 and was declared legally dead in absentia on 5 January 1939 at age 41. Therefore, the number 5 - the energy of speed, freedom and adventure - was dominate throughout her life until her mysterious demise.

The Oprah and Earhart Connection

Oprah Winfrey is an undisputed icon of her day, a living legend. Amelia Earhart was, likewise, an undisputed icon and living legend of her time. Both women had very similar charts, which one would expect with people having similar numbers. One of the major numerical combinations connecting them is the 1/8 Influence/Reality (IR) set which addresses the energy of individuality, leadership and action (1) and commercial success (8). Both women have this impressive 1/8 IR set in their 1st, 3rd and 4th Challenges, a unique association.

Mysterious Disappearance

Amelia Earhart and her navigator, Fred Noonan, mysteriously disappeared on Friday, 2 July 1937 over the Pacific Ocean en route to Howland Island. What is interesting is that the Name Timeline Performance/Experience (NTL PE) of the name "Earhart" is a 55-1. The name "Howland Island" is also a 55-1! Coincidence? The science of numerology says no. Order is the first law of the universe, and in that order there is no room for coincidence. The fact that the NTL PE of Earhart and Howland Island are both 55-1s is no accident.


Amelia Earhart was a true heroine, a living legend of her time. Her numerology chart was imbued with power, adventure, originality, daring-do, global recognition and success. Some of the critical numbers in her chart reflecting these characteristics were her 99-9 PE, her 5 Material Nature, Expression of the name "Amelia" and Name Timeline PE of "Mary," as well as her 1/8 IR set in three of her four Challenges. These numbers and number combinations are all part of the destiny puzzle of American aviatrix Amelia Mary Earhart, "Heroine of the Skies." ~finis

Richard Andrew King is a numerologist and author currently living in Southern California. For more information on the destiny of Amelia Earhart, the King's Numerology and the secret numbers forming our destinies, read Destinies of the Rich & Famous - The Secret Numbers of Extraordinary Lives available at,,, and Mr. King's personal website is

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