The Number 16 - Definition

Definitions of Compound Numbers

The Number 16
The Shattered Citadel

16 is pictured by the ancient Chaldeans as "a Tower struck by Lightning, from which a man is falling, with a Crown on his head". It warns of a strange fatality, also danger of accidents and the defeat of one's plans. If the name equals the Compound number 16, it would obviously be wise to change the spelling of the name to avoid this vibration. If the birth date is the l6th day of any month, the challenge of the l6 must be carefully met, so that its effect may be diluted to a milder vibration. To avoid the fatalistic tendency of the 16 as a birth number, one must endeavour to make all plans in advance, making certain that any possibility of failure is anticipated and circumvented by careful attention to detail. The 16 brings with it the Single number 7's obligation and responsibility to listen to the voice within, which will always warn of danger through dreams or the intuition in time to avoid it. The inner voice must not be ignored. As I partially explained earlier regarding the fact that the name "Abraham Lincoln" is a 16, Lincoln was warned repeatedly of his potential assassination by his dreams ... and also by several 'sensitives' or 'mediums' who were brought to the White House by Mary Todd Lincoln. He did not heed these many clear warnings, and refused to take the necessary precautions, therefore, was unable to avoid his fate. But it could have been avoided, and this is important for the person whose birth number is 16 to remember. To find happiness in ways other than leadership at the top (the Tower and the Crown) - to renounce fame and celebrity - is another way of decreasing the negative aspect of the 16. Lincoln did not choose to do so, feeling it was more important to attempt to keep the nation united than to enjoy the fulfillment of a private life, although he accepted the Presidency with much reluctance and a profound sadness.

Read also the Single Number 7 Definition

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