Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Unfortunately, we do not have a birth time for Dr. King, but we do know that he was born with the Moon and Venus in Pisces, giving him a very compassionate nature with an aesthetic sensibility, especially towards poetry and religious literature. Pisces is also a highly spiritual and mystical zodiac sign, and Dr. King not only stepped onto his path of becoming a minister at the age of 15, but he was greatly influenced by India’s great spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi.
The Capricorn Sun is a figure who represents determined leadership, and the power to systematically, step-by-step move towards success. Capricorns often accomplish a great amount in their lifetime through strategic planning. They feel a deep sense of responsibility and accountability to whatever organization of which they are a part. Embracing disciplined duty, they can eventually be perceived as the wise elders of their tribe, even at a young age, like Dr. King.
One of the communication tactics of a Mercury in Aquarius is to connect with the revolutionary ideals of a group of people. The emphasis on individual sovereignty as well as collective freedoms in the name of serious injustices reflects the Aquarian Mercury, who is also willing to take unorthodox approaches to expressing his humanitarian message to the world.
“An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.” ~Martin Luther King, Jr.
In Numerology, our name holds a spiritual vibration. Each letter corresponds to a number frequency. The reduction of the numbers in our birth name is called the Expression Number, which refers to the orientation, goal, or aim of your life, and the inherent talents you are born with. Also called the destiny number, it reveals your potential and what you can likely accomplish.
However a Minor Expression number also exists. The Minor Expression is determined by the current name you use. This can be a shortened version of your birth name or entirely different name by which you are called. Often the Minor Expression number and its characteristics may compensate for missing elements in our birth name. It may also intensify certain talents or repeat specific core themes in your numerology.
Dr. King was born as Michael Luther King, which vibrates to the 40/4. The name Michael alone vibrates to the Master Number 22, which also reduces to a 4. The number 4 is a number of solid foundation, someone who is an organizer and manager, who can both structure and carry out systematic plans, like the Capricorn Sun.
The Master Number 22 is called the “Master Builder,” and has the greatest potential to turn “I have a dream” into a reality. 22’s can feel a pressure from the archetypal world, like a vision that must be actualized through their efforts. They must have enormous self-confidence and leadership skills, as well as the ability to network and connect with those who can help to manifest into form a revolutionary goal that can influence the world for generations to come.
When he was six years old, he took on the name Martin. The fascinating thing is that MARTIN, MARTIN LUTHER KING, and DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., all reduce to the number 8. The 8 is our current universal year, and anyone who expresses these traits and this destiny has the potential to achieve great power on the planet. Challenges and rivalries can actually motivate the 8 Expression to strive beyond its own limitations in order to achieve the authority and success it feels to be its birth right. The 8 is best when focusing on the broad picture and the grand plan, while delegating the details to others. Courage, resilience, tenacity, and the demanding streak mark this destiny.
The fact that Dr. King’s Life Path number is a 28/1 is also intriguing. Dr. King moves on the 1 Life Path through the 2 and the 8. Thus, he is on the 1 path of leadership, ambition, pioneering spirit, and fearless forward movement. But he does this through the deep emotional bond of partnerships, collaborators, and alliances, the 2, who support the empowerment and large scale enterprise of the 8.
Interestingly, Dr. King was highly inspired by Mahatma Gandhi’s non violent movements of rebellion. King saw his own 1 Life Path reflected in Gandhi’s 1 Expression Number. In addition, King’s 4 Expression number connected with the Soul-Urge Number of Gandhi. How our own core numbers connect to partners or teachers is a fascinating path of study.
If you have changed your own name, the cycles at that time can bring profound revelations into the initiatory rites of passage your soul was undergoing then. This study includes your numerology transits and essences, as well as your personal year, and pinnacle cycles, in addition to your astrology transits and progressions.
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ROBIN WILLIAMS’ HUMAN DESIGN
GENERATOR – EMOTIONAL AUTHORITY
In investigating Robin Williams’ life—his gifts and challenges—his Human Design reveals volumes about him.
It begins with his Type and Authority—the Emotional Generator. Generators must always respond to stimulus in their environments. For Williams to get a “yes” on a project, or to really find his personal truth before dedicating his energy to something, he would have to check in with his emotional authority. %50 of the world is emotionally defined, and this solar plexus center fucntions like a biorhythm, but specifically a rhythm or wave of emotions. We always recommend emotional authority types to learn to witness their highs and lows, and honor where they are at emotionally. But to make the big decisions in life absolutely requires time and patience, so that an emotionally neutral place can be discovered.
We can assume that Williams was in an incredibly low point in his emotional wave, when he made the decision to end his life, unable to acknowledge that he would rise out of the depths of the underworld to the heights of joy and laughter. Williams’ ability to play many different characters with different emotional textures suggest the power of the emotional solar plexus center to transmute depressive or dark energy into something creative.
THE UNDEFINED CENTERS
One of the most notable pieces of Robin Williams’ Human Design is his undefined Identity Center, which can be quite an asset to actors, since it facilitates a chameleon-like nature. It especially supports the ability for actors/performers to morph into many different archetypes and roles.
Similarly, Williams has an undefined Throat center, which can be a great gift as a performer, since it allows one to slip in and out of voices and characters quite easily. One could notice that within just a few seconds, Williams could jump from Shakespeare to an elderly grandmother to some alien creature. This would not be so easily achieved with a defined throat. It is wonderful for an artist to have Venus, planet of aesthetics in the throat, and Robin has his unconscious Venus there as well.
But the shadow of the Undefined Identity center can be a sense of utter insecurity—a directionless void can open up within us wherein we turn to all the relationships around us for not only a way to define ourselves but also for finding purpose and meaning. This outside validation can be dangerous if we are not around those who love us purely and unconditionally. Again, the planetary layer of interpretation helps us to understand Williams even more, as we see his Unconscious Jupiter in the Identity center. Jupiter is the planet of humor and would contribute to the jovial, inspired, and over the top qualities we all witnessed in Williams. But the only other planet co-present in the Identity center with Jupiter, is Williams’ Conscious and Unconscious Pluto, pointing to the potential for a constant death-and-rebirth theme in terms of Williams’ identity, the snake that might continually eat its own poisonous tale, before urgently needing to shed its skin, regenerate, and renew. Jupiter amplifies the Plutonian extremes, either towards total empowerment and rapture or shadowy self-destruction.
DEFINED CHANNELS and SPLIT DEFINITION
Robin Williams is a Split Definition, which means that his Emotions and Will speak to each other, and his Root, Sacral, and Spleen centers communicate to each other, but they do not all link together. Thus, this Split could create an inner tension between William’s need for patience to receive his emotional clarity and his splenic fear response and animal instinct, and the root pressure to get things done. This could feel like battling voices going off inside of him.
The 37-40 Channel of Community gives Williams his emotional authority. This tribal circuit suggests that William’s moods would be very dependent on those around him, including those in his tribe, and his family members.
Williams has another tribal channel, the 27-50 Channel of Preservation. People with this channel offer great support for those around them, including acting as a conscience for the community. Much of Williams’ comedy directly demonstrated those values which were, or were not, nourishing for the whole.
The last definition and probably most challenging for Williams is the 3-60 from the Root to the Sacral centers. Called the Channel of Mutations, this energy pathway applies a constant adrenalized Root pressure to innovate, renew, and regenerate self and others. This kind of pulsing frequency can be erratic and inconsistent, so that the moments of stillness can actually create an inner tension, resulting in melancholia, depression, and anxious moods.
The Human Design Profile reflects much of our personality, motivations, filters of perception, and approach to life and relationships. Of the 12 Profiles, Robin was a 2-5., which traditional Human Design would label the Hermit-Marytr. On the conscious level, the second line theme suggests the natural gifts and talents that Williams had, as well as the second line personality tendency to vacillate between shyness and bold expression. The second line person often prefers to be alone, but even though the 2-5 has a hermit component, it will constant be called out on a mission by those around it. The 5th line Unconscious theme will consistently deal with the fields of projection. The fifth line has great gifts of leadership, but often must battle the angels and demons of other people’s stories about who they are or what they should be, whether a savior or a martyr.
High profile Hollywood actors must deal with pressure from agents, fans, family, and their own inner critic. Reputation is always a motivating factor for 5th line beings. This might have become too much of a game for Williams, who wit the second line personality, may have actually preferred to curl up in a ball and shut off the world. There is an interesting quote from Robin Williams that reflects this idea:ly “I used to think the worst thing in life is to end up all alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people who make you feel all alone.”
Robin Williams—your artist, your comedic genius will never leave this world feeling alone. We thank you for all you shared with this planet, and the great work you do for us now, teaching through your transition to the worlds beyond.