I thought I would do a short breakdown on the numerology of the name of Barbados and its 11 parishes
THE NUMEROLOGY OF BARBADOS = 15
The Planets That Rule Each Letter In The Name Barbados
B = Moon
A = SUN
B = MOON
A = SUN
D = URANUS
O = No planet. O REPRESENTS THE ALL – A CONTAINER - THE
S = JUPITER
Capital City – Bridgetown. The heart of Barbados is contained within its main parish of St. Michael.
Bridgetown = 32 8x4 = 32. Also 16+16 = 32
B = Moon
R = Moon
I = Sun
D = Uranus
G = Jupiter
E = Mercury
T = Uranus
O = The womb, the all, the/a container. The un-manifest
W = Venus
N = Mercury
St. Lucy = 13
St. James = 14
St. Michael = 22
St. Peter= 24
St. Thomas = 17
St. Andrew = 23
St. George = 18
St. John = 11
St. Joseph = 22
St. Philip = 26
Christ church = 42
30. 11. 1966
Numbers have been given to us to understand certain types of energies.
It has always been said that Barbados is truly blessed. When other islands, some much larger than itself crumbled economically in the past, this tiny island has always stood strong.
According to scriptures 30 (it’s Day of independence) represents organisation of divine order. As a trinity of tens:-10+10+10 = perfection of divine order. Whether its people are capable of eventually living up to this tall order is something else.
Numerologically it has a very powerful timeline signature of its independence date. The date has within it 3 powerful Master numbers; 11, 22, and 33.
The 1st master number is obvious; it’s right there in the month of November as the 11th month. When you add the year across, you arrive at the number 22, the second Master number. Now add 22 and 11, and we have the third set, number 33.
When Barbados reached its 44th year, or rather the year in which it would reach its 44th year of independence, another extremely powerful master number; it lost its Prime Minister to Cancer. (All master numbers have extreme power contained within them) and all refer to a specific energy vibration.
44 was a powerful foundation and transformative energy year for Barbados. Did they achieve that? One would have to look at the policies made and how they impacted on each Barbadian by the end of the year 2011.
INTERESTING THAT BARBADOS HAS 11 PARISHES; THE SAME NUMBER OF THE MONTH OF ITS INDEPENDENCE. THIS IS SOMETHING THAT WE COULD WORK WITH TO THE BENEFIT OF BARBADOS AND BARBADIANS.