Number 3

Never underestimate the power of numbers. Particularly number 3. While reading through the newspapers online, out of all the typical ones, this report was the best report I had found written about late Pramod Mahajan, by some Johnny D of Hindustan Times. He writes,

He started as the sub-editor of Tarun Bharat in 1970-71 and became a schoolteacher from 1971-74 (three years again) before finally making his decision to work as a full time pracharak for Jana Sangh, Janata Party and finally Bharatiya Janata Party ( Three changes, the original party saw in his life time) since 1974. Now if one adds 1974, we get 1+9+7+4=21=2+1=3.

Wow! I would like to draw attention to one great fact here. 1+9+7+4 = 21 = 2+1 = 3. Can you believe it. As if that is not enough, the writer provides us with much greater insight, further down the article.

It is indeed shocking and surprising that today i.e. on May 3, 2006, the leader succumbed to three bullets on his 57th year (he’s completed 56 years and running his 57th year), which when adds (5+7=12=1+2=3) ends up in three!

What a penetrating insight into the power of numbers! And kudos to Hindustan Times for publishing such journalistic gems. I am sure with such exemplary standards of reporting (assuming the readers intelligence to be around a number between -1 and +1), papers might provide the readers with such an enlightening insight into the working of numbers. Please dont miss reading the report in its entirety.

Btw, did you know numerologically assessing the writer, Johnny D = 10+15+8+14+14+25+4 = 90 = 9+0 = 9 = 3 + 3+ 3! (three threes in that) !! WOW!!!

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