The numerology around Albert Einstein and his 1905 Annus Mirabilis
In this article we focus on the numerology around Albert Einstein’s 1905 annus mirabilis (his miracle year) and use the numerical intelligence extracted from his 365 Pin Code data strings to reveal why 1905 was coded to be the year when he published a series of revolutionary scientific papers. It was the concerted effort that Einstein placed in to the study of Thermodynamics (i.e. heat processes) that made the deepest impression on Einstein and also gave him the greatest results, altering the course of modern physics making him very famous and in tremendous demand worldwide.
As a German Jew, Einstein was threatened by the rise of the Nazi party. In 1933, when the Nazi’s seized power, they confiscated Einstein’s property, and later started burning his books. Einstein, then in England, took an offer to go to Princeton University in the US. He later wrote that he never had strong opinions about race and nationality but saw himself as a citizen of the world. Einstein professed belief in a God “Who reveals himself in the harmony of all being.” But he followed no established religion. His view of God sought to establish a harmony between science and religion.
365 Pin Code Birth Chart for Albert Einstein, born 14 March 1879
Being born on the 14th, Einstein had a Number 5 in the Person. The Number 5 Energy is best summed up as follows: Creating Change, Personal Freedom, Constructively Challenging, Sociability, Choices, Resourcefulness, Assimilating, Travel, Exploring, Adaptable, Versatile, 5-Senses Driven, Rebellious.
Being born in March, Einstein had a Number 3 in the Family. The Number 3 Energy is best summed up as follows: Creativity, Self-Expression, Artistic, Communication, Sensitive, Social, Courage, Optimism, Open Mindedness, Enthusiasm.
Being born in 1879 (1879 = 1+8+7+9 = 25 = 2+5 = 7), Einstein had a Number 7 in the World / Career. The Number 6 Energy is best summed up as follows: Analytics, The Mind, Cosmic Matters, Introspection, The Hermit, Isolation, Reflection, Inner Wisdom, Knowledge, Understanding, Spiritual Matters, Mysticism, Psychic Abilities and Nature and Natural Laws.
His Date of Birth, 14.03.1879, totals 1896 (14+3+1879), which reduces down to a Number 6 Life Path (1896 = 1+8+9+6 = 24 = 2+4 = 6). The Number 6 Energy is best summed up as follows: Balance, Relationships, Responsibility, Love, Caring, Protecting, Sense of Community, Matters of the Heart, Finding Solutions, Grace and Gratitude, Stability.
His Conscious Self Professional Attainment Number (CSPR) works out to be a 3 (creativity, self-expression etc.) and his Conscious Self Personal Attainment Number (CSPE) works out to be an 8. The number is characterised by: Money, Riches, Legal Matters, Abundance, Power, Status, Authority, Ambition, Giving and Receiving, the number of Karma, Wealth, Leaving a Legacy.
One of the quotes Einstein is famous for is: “Never give up on what you really want to do. The person with big dreams is more powerful than the one with all the facts.” Given his 365 Pin Code Pythagorean Birth Chart below, that he has both the Arrow of Activity (i.e. not easily turned once his mind is made up and possesses the energy reserves to systematically grind through to the glorious end) and the Arrow of Practicality (an innate gift to make practical that which dwells within the ethereal), certainly his cause.
A few fascinating facts about the genius Albert Einstein
He was born on March 14, 1879, in Ulm, Germany, but he grew up and obtained his early education in Munich, Germany. He was a poor student, and some of his teachers thought he might be retarded (mentally handicapped); he was unable to speak fluently (with ease and grace) at age nine. Still, he was fascinated by the laws of nature, experiencing a deep feeling of wonder when puzzling over these invisible, yet real, forces. Einstein would write that two “wonders” deeply affected his early years. The first was his encounter with a compass at age five. He was mystified that invisible forces could deflect the needle. This would lead to a lifelong fascination with invisible forces. The second wonder came at age twelve when he discovered a book of geometry which he devoured, calling it his “sacred little geometry book.” Einstein’s formal secondary education ended at age sixteen. He disliked school, and just as he was planning to find a way to leave without hurting his chances for entering the university, his teacher expelled him because his bad attitude was affecting his classmates.
Here’s why 1905 was beyond doubt Einstein’s annus mirabilis
From 1902 until 1904 he reworked the foundations of thermodynamics and statistical mechanics (the study of forces and their effect on matter). This specific body of work formed the immediate background to his revolutionary papers of 1905, one of which was on Brownian motion. Brownian motion is to this day considered one of the most direct proofs of the existence of atoms. By analysing the motion of tiny particles suspended in still water, called Brownian Motion, he could calculate the size of the jostling atoms and therefore Avogadro’s number.
Another of Einstein’s ideas in 1905 was that under certain conditions radiant energy (light) behaves as if it is made up not of waves but of particles of energy. In 1905 he presented an equation for the photoelectric effect. To this end, Einstein proved that the electrons are not ejected in a constant stream but are instead ejected like bullets from a gun, in definite units, or “quanta.” Although Einstein’s famous equation for the photoelectric effect—for which he won the Nobel Prize in physics in 1921—appears obvious today, it was an extremely bold prediction in 1905. His Theory of Relativity came from searching for a general law of nature that would explain a problem that had occurred to him when he was just sixteen. His relativity theory led to the equation E = mc2. This provided the first mechanism to explain the energy source of the sun and stars. These were the four scientific papers that made Einstein world famous.
This 365 Pin Code Chart reveals key personal and professional data strings for the number 5 dominated Formative Cycle for Albert Einstein (from Birth to Age 30)…
Formative Cycle Numerology including 1905 for Albert Einstein
In 1884 at Age 5, Einstein experiences an 11 convergence (see red blocks in the 1884 data string connecting two 11’s). Few children would have been able to cope with this intense (i.e. one year only) master energy experience of illumination, enlightenment, teaching and vision. He did and all because of his fascination around how the needle of a compass he had was massively influenced by invisible forces. It sparked within him a level of curiosity that would lead to a lifelong fascination with invisible forces. Then in 1891 at Age 12 he discovered a book of geometry and with this came the desire (hence the 9-9 red block convergence) to want to tap in to universal intelligence (characteristic of the number 9). And then, comes 1905…
His unique 365 pin code data sequence for 1905 (Age 26) lists as follows:
Einstein’s 1905 365 Pin Code clearly reveals coding for true greatness
(14)5-(7)7-7(7) Personal; (9)9-(7)7-(7)7 Professional and (7)7-7(7)-(14)5 or expressed essence number wise as: 5-7-7 ; 9-7-7; 7-7-5… To the experienced numerologist, it is instantly obvious that 1905 was always hard coded in to his life path numerology to be an extraordinary year. Why so? Well, firstly, in 1905 he has a concentrated number 7 Essence Experience and given that he has a 7 in the world / career position in his 365 in code birth chart, this tells us that the sequence would be experienced most in his professional / world / career space. Next, the 9-7 numerical combination (this mix represents an opportunity which is coded for greatness) makes itself known in his professional data string (see gold coloured block). Furthermore, his entire 1905 data string (5-7-7 ; 9-7-7; 7-7-5) is made up of odd numbers and the gap between these odd numbers is never more than 2 (yet another clue which the vastly experienced numerologist will identify as being indicative of a golden year).
As such, was it a mere coincidence that 1905 was Einstein’s annus mirabilis (miracle year)? No, it was not! Einstein’s opportunity for greatness in 1905 had been hard coded in to his numerical strings. Somehow, and fortunately for us, along the way he had made choices and done the right things, things which, when his 1905 golden year presented itself, saw him publish four pieces of utter brilliance, works which instantly immortalised him.
This is why we at 365 Pin Code are actively publishing numerology research case studies. We are doing this because soon billions of people will realise that their names and dates of birth are not random events. That these two key data points carry within them, critically important life success information; bits of coding which when analysed and understood will help each of us to make more strategically intelligent decisions around how we are living, why we are here and what we are spending our lives doing.
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