Top Gun Maverick
In this research article we reveal a numerical repeating mind-blowing pattern around the 1986 blockbuster movie, Top Gun starring Tom Cruise and its sequel, 34 years later, Top Gun Maverick. Applied numerologists like us at 365 Pin Code Numerology Research are obsessed with numbers and patterns and making sense of these for improved personal and professional strategic thinking and planning. Now that we’ve piqued your curiosity…
Q: What is Tom Cruise’s most magical Top Gun (1986 and 2020 Top Gun Maverick) number sequence?
A: His most magical number sequence is 17//8.
It has tremendous significance for Tom Cruise because it synchronises perfectly with his Shadow / Emotional Life Path Number as well as his number 8 shadow personal attainment number. In this research article we provide jaw dropping numerical clarity around the Numerology of Top Gun Maverick Tom Cruise…
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Numerology of Top Gun Maverick Tom Cruise
His success is the stuff dreams are made of…
In 1976, if you had told fourteen-year-old Franciscan seminary student Thomas Cruise Mapother IV that one day in the not too distant future he would be Tom Cruise, one of the top 100 movie stars of all time, he would have probably grinned and told you that his ambition was to join the priesthood. Nonetheless, this sensitive, deeply religious youngster who was born in 1962 in Syracuse, New York, was destined to become one of the highest paid and most sought-after actors in screen history.
Tom is the only son (among four children) of nomadic parents, Mary Lee (Pfeiffer), a special education teacher, and Thomas Cruise Mapother III, an electrical engineer. His parents were both from Louisville, Kentucky, and he has German, Irish, and English ancestry. Young Tom spent his boyhood always on the move, and by the time he was 14 he had attended 15 different schools in the U.S. and Canada. He finally settled in Glen Ridge, New Jersey with his mother and her new husband. While in high school, Tom wanted to become a priest but pretty soon he developed an interest in acting and abandoned his plans of becoming a priest, dropped out of school, and at age 18 headed for New York and a possible acting career. The next 15 years of his life are the stuff of legends.
“Maverick, it’s not your flying, it’s your attitude. The enemy’s dangerous, but right now you’re worse. Dangerous and foolish. You may not like who’s flying with you, but whose side are you on?” Iceman – Val Kilmer
1986 Top Gun
Top Gun the movie was based on a real flight school called U.S. Navy Fighter Weapons School or TOPGUN, formerly based at Miramar Naval Air Station in San Diego. The school was founded in the late 1960s as a way to combat losing the air war in Vietnam. Because of base realignments and closures, TOPGUN relocated to Fallon, Nevada in 1996, and was renamed the United States Navy Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor. When the film’s soundtrack—which includes hits like Kenny Loggins’ “Danger Zone” and Berlin’s “Take My Breath Away”—was released on May 15, 1986, it was a juggernaut (just like the movie). During the summer and fall of 1986, it was the number one album on the Billboard charts for a few weeks. By April of 1987, it had gone platinum four times (read: sold four million) and by July of 2000, after a 1999 special edition release that included some new songs, the soundtrack had sold nine million copies. Top Gun was released on May 16, 1986. Upon its release, the film received generally mixed reviews from film critics, but many particularly praised the action sequences, the effects, the aerial stunts, and the acting performances with Cruise and McGillis receiving the most praise. Four weeks after release, the number of theaters showing it increased by 45 percent. Despite its initial mixed critical reaction, the film was a huge commercial hit grossing US$356 million against a production budget of only US$15 million. The film maintained its popularity over the years and earned an IMAX 3D re-release in 2013.
2020 Top Gun Maverick
Tom Cruise has made an enemy in the newest “Top Gun: Maverick” trailer, which premiered during the 54th annual Super Bowl Sunday. “My Dad believed in you, I’m not going to make the same mistake,” says Miles Teller who is playing Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw, son of Nick “Goose” Bradshaw, deceased wingman to Cruise’s character. Will the clearly upset “Rooster” finally trust Maverick? Directed by Joseph Kosinski, the sequel to the 1986 classic follows the top Navy aviator Pete Mitchell (Cruise) who, after more than 30 years of service, is finally where he belongs — pushing the envelope as a courageous test pilot and dodging the advancement in rank that would ground him. Mitchell returns to the flight school to train the new set of pilots, but instead of a young and inexperienced group as in the original film, this batch of students are all previous graduates of the Top Gun school.
Val Kilmer will also reprise his role as Mitchell’s rival “Iceman.” Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Ed Harris and Jay Ellis join Cruise in the cast. Originally scheduled to premiere last July, Paramount Pictures pushed the release date to 2020 in order to adjust some of the film’s flight sequences with new technology and planes. Jerry Bruckheimer, one of the producers of the first movie along with the late Don Simpson, will produce with Cruise and Skydance CEO David Ellison. Tommy Harper, Chad Oman and Mike Stenson serve as executive producers. “Top Gun: Maverick” is expected to touch down in theatres June 26.
Now it’s time to dive into the Numerology of Top Gun Maverick Tom Cruise and his most magical top gun number, 17//8…
Numerology of Top Gun Maverick Tom Cruise: Birth Chart, born 03.07.1962
Date of Birth analysis: Tom Cruise born 03.07.1962
Personal Energy: DD Birth; 3rd = number 3 energy; the inspirational, motivational, self-expressive, communicative creative.
Family / Intimate Energy: MM Birth; July (7 month of the year) = number 7 energy; the reflective, introspective, logical thinker who can at times be quite clinical, emotionally inaccessible.
World / Career Energy: YY Birth; 1962 [1962 = 1+9+6+2 = 18 = 1+8 = 9; 18//9] = number 9 energy; the highly magnetic one who easily attracts everyone around him, toward him, simply because they “see a part of themselves” within him. Only the number 9 has this phenomenal attractive power because all the numbers 1 through 8, exist within it! Because of its attractive power, the number 9, carries tremendous power. Until it is well under controll and properly used, this power is usually be misused and abused through highly manipulative behaviour.
Tom Cruise has a Karmic Debt Number 19 Life Path
This is such an interesting life path to have because it has as its central tenet, from birth, to death, the dominant theme of independence. Therefore, from a very early age, circumstances will be thrust upon its owner / carrier which bring forth powerful lessons around independence and that independence is never to be given away. Whenever someone with a karmic debt number 19 life path or who is born on the 19th of any given month, gives away their independence and becomes too dependent on someone else / something else, a corrective set of circumstances will be brought into play to bring order to the imbalance, to restore if you will, independence and reinforce at life level, its importance.
Tom Cruise has a 17//8 Shadow / Emotional Life Path
Here we go – this is where his most magical top gun success creating number sequence [17//8] makes its appearance in his birth chart!
“It’s well known I’m a Scientologist, and that has helped me to find that inner peace in my life and it’s something that has given me great stability and tools that I use.” Tom Cruise
The number 17//8 vibrational experience is best described as: you are the researcher, the natural detective who loves to investigate the unseen mysteries of life. You desire truth and seek solutions to enigmas. You are intuitive and fond of the occult. You delve into the secret depths of the inner consciousness in pursuit of hidden knowledge. This relationship to the secret forces of life instills in you a quiet strength and an air of mystery. Others see you as a deep individual as indeed you are… You are an intellectual. Your intelligence and introspection necessitate periods of solitude. Remember, seeds germinate in darkness before they break out into the light of day. Your ideas need the same germination time (and environment!) in which to unfold. You possess insight and a fine mind. You are phenomenally successful in pursuits which require deep concentration and enduring mental application. You are determined to overcome any and all obstacles. Researchers, discoverers, explorers, executives and aviators come under this number…
Now, if you are negative 17//8 you are bull-headed and very stubborn; your doubts bring on a highly destructive state of faithlessness and create a pessimism so intense that you can see no light nor goodness in the world.
The tarot symbolism of 17//8 is The Star which suggests the drawing of ideas from the universal subconscious. Revelation comes through meditation and “listening to what the Universe desires to tell you.” Aquarius rules this key which brings the Age of Revelation. The Star explains the fifth or celestial essence which is above and beyond the four elements, water, air, fire, earth. Ask, then seek within with calm expectancy, and, you will find…
The next step we take, as we unpack the Numerology of Top Gun Maverick Tom Cruise, and understand the significance of the number sequence 17//8 in his world, is to deploy our predictive experience model, aptly named the 365 Pin Code Numerology Quadratic Model because it delivers annual experiential lines of code in 4D, personal physical, personal emotional, professional physical and professional emotional.
365 Pin Code Numerology Quadratic Model for Tom Cruise with specific emphasis on 1986, the year the movie Top Gun was released
When we analysed his birth chart, we unpacked the significance of the number 17//8 in Tom Cruise’s numerology, it being his Shadow / Emotional Life Path Number. Now, when we run his lines of annual experience code, we find that in 1986, the year the blockbuster movie Top Gun was released, the year he turned 24, the number 17/8 was firmly in play as his Annual Experience Number [see the bold 17//8 on the left side of the 1986 numerical string above blocked off in the red]. This (i.e. the annual experience number) is a massively significant number to know and understand in Applied Numerology because it defines if you will, the dominant theme of your year. Therefore, understanding it and what it signifies really does add next level opportunity for strategic thinking and planning.
Now let’s go and investigate what Annual Experience Number is in play for Tom Cruise in 2020, the year the sequel, Top Gun Maverick, goes live… And what do we find?
365 Pin Code Numerology Quadratic Model for Tom Cruise with specific emphasis on 2020, the year the movie sequel Top Gun Maverick gets released
Again, the above blocked-off numbers in red for 2020, reveal Tom Cruise’s Annual Experience Number to be 17//8, exactly the same number sequence which was in play back in 1986. Coincidence some might say… Nonsense – at this level there is no coincidence. This is all Grand Organised Design coding, laid down from the moment we are born life path wise. These are lines of opportunity rich code, which have designed within them potentiality for us to use or not. In the case of Tom Cruise, the sequel to his 1986 Top Gun, which is 2020 Top Gun Maverick, was coded to happen in 2020, the manifestation if you will of a 4-year planning and production process which really got shape and traction, whether consciously or unconsciously known, back in 2017.
We have now proven beyond reasonable doubt that Tom Cruise’s Top Gun movie related magical number sequence is 17//8, which links directly with his Shadow / Emotional Life Path Number. And do you see the red blocked Double 8 professional physical coded in 2021? Well that represents a tsunami and money flowing into his world as a result of the massive success of the sequel.
Numerology of Top Gun Maverick Tom Cruise – That’s a Wrap!
This movie is going to be epic. Exactly 34 years after Top Gun was released in 1986, Tom Cruise, exactly as per his 365 Pin Code Numerology 2020 charts, lands the sequel Top Gun Maverick. Knowing this makes this movie all the more special, makes the long wait all the more special, makes the way he aligns himself (consciously, unconsciously?) with and to his mathematically grand organised design, all the more incredible.
“I’m an all-or-nothing kind of person, and when I become interested in something, I give it my all.” Tom Cruise
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