Numerology of Steve Jobs pancreatic cancer
Steven Paul Jobs was an American inventor, designer and entrepreneur who was the co-founder, chief executive and chairman of Apple Computer. Apple’s revolutionary products, which include the iPod, iPhone and iPad, are now seen as dictating the evolution of modern technology. Born in 1955 to two University of Wisconsin graduate students who gave him up for adoption, Jobs was smart but directionless, dropping out of college and experimenting with different pursuits before co-founding Apple with Steve Wozniak in 1976. Jobs left the company in 1985, launching Pixar Animation Studios, then returned to Apple more than a decade later. Jobs died in 2011 following a long battle with pancreatic cancer. In this Applied Numerology Research article, the Numerology of Steve Jobs pancreatic cancer, we reveal that the surfacing of his cancer in 2004 was in fact hardcoded into his life path numbers through the 365 Pin Code Annual Experiential Number 7.
Numerology of Steve Jobs pancreatic cancer a rare form of cancer
In 2003, Jobs discovered that he had a neuroendocrine tumour, a rare but operable form of pancreatic cancer. Instead of immediately opting for surgery, Jobs chose to alter his pesco-vegetarian diet while weighing Eastern treatment options. For nine months, Jobs postponed surgery, making Apple’s board of directors nervous. Executives feared that shareholders would pull their stock if word got out that their CEO was ill. But in the end, Jobs’ confidentiality took precedence over shareholder disclosure. In 2004, Jobs had successful surgery to remove the pancreatic tumour. True to form, in subsequent years Jobs disclosed little about his health. Early in 2009, reports circulated about Jobs’ weight loss, some predicting his health issues had returned, which included a liver transplant. Jobs responded to these concerns by stating he was dealing with a hormone imbalance. Days later, he went on a six-month leave of absence.
Oh wow, oh wow, oh wow…
In an email message to employees, Jobs said his “health-related issues are more complex” than he thought, then named Tim Cook, Apple’s chief operating officer, as “responsible for Apple’s day-today operations.” After nearly a year out of the spotlight, Jobs delivered a keynote address at an invite-only Apple event on September 9, 2009. He continued to serve as master of ceremonies, which included the unveiling of the iPad, throughout much of 2010. In January 2011, Jobs announced he was going on medical leave. In August, he resigned as CEO of Apple, handing the reins to Cook. Steve Jobs’ Death and Last Words. Jobs died in Palo Alto on October 5, 2011, after battling pancreatic cancer for nearly a decade. He was 56 years old. In a eulogy for Jobs, sister Mona Simpson wrote that just before dying, Jobs looked for a long time at his sister, Patty, then his wife and children, then past them, and said his last words: “Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow.”
Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumours
Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumours are becoming more common (the bad news) and also more treatable (the good news). Pancreatic cancer is a dreaded and especially deadly type of cancer. Steve Jobs fared better than many with pancreatic cancer. The charismatic co-founder of Apple died almost exactly eight years after his cancer was discovered incidentally on a CT scan of his kidneys (the pancreas is near the left kidney). According to the best-selling biography of Jobs that was published shortly after his death, his urologist had urged him to get the scan because of kidney stones he’d had several years earlier. But some cancer specialists would say Jobs didn’t have pancreatic cancer at all — at least not in the way it is usually described. He had a rare form of cancer called a neuroendocrine tumour. They do occur in the pancreas, but two-thirds of neuroendocrine tumours develop elsewhere in the body. Neuroendocrine tumours and the kind of cancer that typically affects the pancreas arise from different types of cells, have different symptoms, and are treated differently. People can lead relatively normal lives for several years with pancreatic neuroendocrine tumours, even if they’ve metastasized outside the pancreas.
Let’s explore Steve Jobs most core 365 Pin Code Numerology numbers
Now it time to delve into the 365 Pin Code Numerology of Steve Jobs pancreatic cancer [diagnosed in 2004] and to do this we need to investigate what Annual Experience Number [AEN] was in play for him that specific year. To do this we apply our 365 Pin Code Predictive Numerology Model ad construct a Table of AENs for the given study subject. The table or personalised experiential matrix (see below) is constructed using a complex predictive numerology model (see Futurist Numerology, wholly unique to 365 Pin Code) which uses many critically important numbers sourced directly from Jobs’ Date of Birth, Full Birth Name and other key 365 Pin Code numerology data sources. The model delivers lines of code (what we call Annual Experience Numbers; AENs) which as per our exhaustive studies, have been proven to be bulls-eye accurate (a brilliant example of this is contained within our case study which reveals the synchronising numerology number sequence 17//8 linking Tom Cruise’s 1986 Top Gun to his 2020 sequel Top Gun Maverick).
Table of Steve Jobs 365 Pin Code Annual Experience Numbers (AENs)
In the above Table of AENs for Steven Paul Jobs, born 24.02.1955, the AEN in play for 2004, is 7, or expressed as a 365 Pin Code Sequence, 7//7. Now that we know this, we look at each AEN column presented above, scanning the AENs from his birth, through to his death, looking to see whether the number 7 (or a synchronistic multiple thereof, e.g. 16//7 or 25//7) occurs in any other year. And the answer is no. This is an astonishing analytical breakthrough in terms of understanding the Numerology of Steve Jobs pancreatic cancer, because it shows us that his 2004 diagnosis was directly linked with the Number 7 and that this AEN number 7 experience occurred but once throughout his entire life path! Having ascertained this, we now begin to interrogate his other 365 Pin Code Numerology charts (birth chart, full name chart) to look where the Number 7 presents itself.
365 Pin Code Birth Chart for Steve Jobs born 24.02.1955
In the above chart, for 2004, the year his pancreatic cancer was diagnosed, there are four 7’s, each indicated by a bright green arrow. The Two most important numbers are the large white ones which represent his Shadow (i.e. emotional) Family Number and his Shadow (i.e. emotional) World or Career Number. The two black 7’s which lie beneath reveal that 2004 was a number 7 shadow personal year for him and a number 7 shadow professional year for him. His 2007 AEN 7 would have synchronised with these numbers, especially his shadow family and shadow career 7’s. Therefore, what happened to Steve Jobs in 2004 can be linked to family and career emotions eventually bubbling through, from underneath (the unprocessed emotion-driven shadow) to the surface (physically manifesting in his body as pancreatic cancer).
Steve Jobs had a Subconscious Self Number 7
And, as the chart below shows, he had a Subconscious Self Number 7, so in 2004, that too would have bubbled through. This 365 Pin Code Numerology evidence reveals that 2004 was a year of extreme convergences around the number 7 for Steve Jobs. Given all the charts we’ve built and analysed (literally thousands by now!) we now know that a Subconscious Self Number 7 person is usually so mentally preoccupied that they have little or no time for niceties, are cold and clinical. Moreover, if their numerology is also powerfully driven by the Number 1 Energy (the leader, the original creator, the ego) which Steve Jobs was, when things go wrong, they can instantly be filled with much rage and anger at everyone and everything around them.
365 Pin Code Inclusion Chart (name chart) for Steven Paul Jobs
What was Steve Jobs like to work with?
I think Steve Jobs fired me about 5 times. I’m Andy Cunningham and I run a marketing consulting company called Cunningham Collective and I’ve just written a book about positioning, which is a big practice in the marketing field. It’s called “Get to Aha!” The first time Steve fired me was actually probably the most traumatic because I thought it was going to be the last time I would ever work with him and he called me into his office, or into a conference room I should say, and his CFO was sitting there and he looked at me and he said, “I’m going to cut off my contract with you. I think the work you’re doing is terrible and we’re just going to stop it right now so that’s it, you’re fired.”
And of course I was taken – you know I was emotional. I was much younger. I didn’t cry but I was on the verge of it and I didn’t really know what to do so I said, “Okay, well you know you owe me $35,000 and so I’ll arrange you know for you to—” he goes, “I’m not going to pay you that because your work wasn’t worth it.” And I was just kind of taken aback so I left the room and I called my mentor who is a man named Regis McKenna and Regis said to me, “Well, if you want to get paid by Steve Jobs you’re going to have to have something over him.” And I said, “I don’t have anything over Steve Jobs, you know that Regis. And he said, “No, you do.” And I said, “What is that?” He goes, “In your relationships with the business press.” And I said, “Oh I get it.”
So I went back and I got in a meeting with Steve because I was friendly with his CFO— she got me a meeting. I walked in there to the meeting, which he took, which was amazing, and I said, “Steve you owe me $35,000. I need that money. I have a start-up company. I need to make payroll and I want you to give me a check for what you owe me.” And he said, “I’m not going to do that.” And I said, I said, “You have to do that,” and he said, “Why?”
And I said, “Well, just so you know Steve I get about 30 or 40 phone calls a week from the business press that we’ve made relationships over the last couple of years asking me what kind of a guy you are to work with and I currently tell them very nice things.” And he wrote me a check immediately and then he hired me back.
Steve got angry with everybody that worked with him
Steve got angry with everybody that worked with him. He was very impatient. He had a vision of what it was that you were supposed to be accomplishing and if you didn’t do it fast enough or you didn’t do it right enough, he definitely got angry. He threw things at people, nothing heavy, but he threw wads of paper at people, swore at people, criticized their clothing. He did all those things. So what it did to certain people is it caused us to push even harder and try to be even better, but for some people it destroyed them. Fortunately for me, I was one of the first types and I am forever grateful to him actually for the experience because now I am so much better at what I do than I would have been without him.