Meryl Streep Numerology – The Fate of Creative Mastery Master
Meryl Streep at the Montclair Film Festival 2018, Wikipedia
Mary Louise (Meryl) Streep was born on June 22, 1949.
In numerology, we add up all the birthday numbers to discover our own fate or purpose in life.
6 + 2 + 2 + 1 + 9 + 4 + 9 = 33
Meryl has one master 33/6 Fate. Master numbers occur when two numbers are equal because they are twice the power of that number.
Streep certainly shows mastery of the creative voice (33). Since her characters span the entire gamut from “Julia Child” to “Margaret Thatcher”, she transforms into any role with ease and brilliance. And you feel their emotions in every part (6).
How to interpret a numerology chart
Before I go into a detailed analysis of Meryl Streep’s numerology charts, I’ll explain the process. First we add the vowels of the name and reduce the sum by that. to find Essence of soul – that which, prior to any education or family history, defines what is within us.
Next we add the consonants. This is called Personality number, the number that represents what your values are and what you are attracted to.
Finally, we add all the numbers together and reduce the sum. This is called Expression number which illustrates how to express yourself. Please note, if one of the numbers adds up to master numbers, do not reduce them.
Numerology chart by Meryl Streep
Let’s take a look at how numerology describes Meryl Streep. (See table above.) Her Essential number of the soul is a master 22/4. As already mentioned, we are not reducing the master numbers. 22 is the master of relationships in all forms. The 4 is the builder who is organized and grounded. It goes without saying that Meryl will bond and do the research necessary to transform into each of her characters.
Meryls Personality number is an 8 – the charismatic, powerful and successful leader. No surprise here.
Finally Streeps Expression number is another ‘3‘. Creativity is all encompassing in its name and purpose in life.
“Acting doesn’t mean being someone else. It’s about finding the similarity in what is apparently different and then finding myself in it. ”—Meryl Streep