There’s nothing more interesting to Numerologists who happen to also be history enthusiasts than comparing the charts of historical figures.
In the above charts, we find John Adams (2nd President of the United States) and Thomas Jefferson (3rd President of the United States and writer of the Declaration of Independence). These two gentlemen went head to head during their political days, yet found a bond and friendship later in life. Not only that, but they both passed away on the same day, July 4th, 1826, the 50th anniversary of our Independence.
In looking at their Numerology charts, their categories were filled with toxic challenges. YET, under the guidelines of Numerology, these two men were Soulmates. (A Soulmate is not always here to be your best friend).
Looking for the connection that would draw these men back together later in life, I looked no further than their Destiny (what they were here to achieve) and Maturity numbers. Adams’ Destiny was natural to Jefferson’s Maturity Number and vice-versa.
Therefore, it was in their latter days that they finally understood each other’s role in life, and could allow for the differences they did not understand years before.
In the case of John Adams and his wife, Abigail Smith Adams, they met as Soulmates (with a 4 match connection) and created an even stronger connection through marriage and a name change (6 match connection).
Abigail was a formidable woman during the years of Independence, as outlined by four master number categories – 11 (the Master Visionary) and 22 (the Master Teacher). Before anyone believes this was a fantastic role, please read up on the life and times of Abigail Smith Adams and realize that only a woman with this chart could have taken on the role that she endured.
She was truly a power to be reckoned with and one that Adams needed in order to undertake the life he chose. She was the powerhouse behind this President.