A gizmo-God to geeks and gearheads, but also worshipped by klutzes and luddites alike for introducing beautiful form, elegant function and matchless simplicity to workday electronics, is non-other than Steve Jobs, an icon who revolutionized mobile communications, music, movies and modern culture, made technology beautiful, ended the reign of personal computers, and changed our lives.
Born on February 24, 1955; a fate number 6 (2+4) and destiny number 1 (2+4+2+1+9+5+5) native.
`24 ~ the compound of 24 is made of 2 (Moon) and 4 (Uranus) and by adding 24 we get 6 (Venus). The moon leads to imagination, creativity. Uranus (4) gives a touch of originality and push to ventures and projects. The digit (6) by addition is symbolized with Venus, the planet of luxurious living, comforts, sensuality and the arts, applied or otherwise. This is a birthday associated with great financial success and is good for speculation. One is very responsible, generous and devoted to family. One is a good and persuasive speaker. One’s personality attracts people. One has lots of energy and a craving to achieve.
1 is a good destiny number promising the triumph of long-term ambitions. One is known for powers of leadership, strong will, sovereign mind and initiative. Usually people with destiny number are idealistic, helpful, and invite attention. One is also inclined to be self-centered and quick tempered. Gain through fortunate friendships and association with the opposite sex. His unreduced destiny number adds to 46 associated with great inventors, scientists and idealists.
His numero-scope has an arrow of intellect which specifies an intellectual and articulate person with good memory and a logical mind with arrow of determination and will power indicating a stubborn and persistent personality with strong opinions and ensures success in undertakings.
The two 2's in his birthdate indicates he was very sharp, intuitive and sensitive and able to make practical use of the good intuition also two 5's gave him enormous drive, enthusiasm and determination.
STEVE JOBS adds to kabala number 36 represented by the sceptre. A number of puissance, fame, tremendous creativity. A high-voltage, magnetic number. You have courage and the power to think and act independently. This is a number of karmic-reward and it is fortunate. Even his first name sums to kabala number 23 associated with success, eloquence, a good number for communication, and richly rewarding. Expresses cleverness and quick brain; learns easily; is daring; gifted in speech and writing.
His soul urge number (reveals your natural talents, secret ambitions or ideals, and your self-opinion) adds to 7 signifying you are a perfectionist in all things, and study and analyze things in depth. You base your theories upon scientific facts. You prefer solitude to think and meditate. You are idealistic and have great expectations from yourself. You are capable of great scientific or religious achievements.
His better half LAURENCE POWELL born on November 6; a fate number 6 and wait her soul urge number is 7 too indicating symphonic connexion!
28 = Number of Wealth and STEVE JOBS knew it!
He was born on February 24, 1955; 2+4+2+1+9+5+5=28
Founded APPLE on April 1, 1976; 1+4+1+9+7+6=28
Incorporated on January 3, 1977; 3+1+1+9+7+7=28
Founder & CEO of NEXT Inc. adds to number 28 in sync. . .
After Apple's founding, Jobs became a symbol of his company and industry. When Time named the computer as the 1982 "Machine of the Year", the magazine published a long profile of Jobs as "the most famous maestro of the micro". He was in his 28th (1) year as well personal year 1 in sync.
Jobs was awarded Jefferson Award for Public Service in the category "Greatest Public Service by an Individual 35 Years or Under" in 1987, he was in his 33rd (6) year in sync with his fate number.
On November, 2007, Jobs was named the most powerful person in business by Fortune magazine. He was in his personal year 8 (a year to reap the fruits of the past years; rewards in the form of recognition and material contentment) also in the same year, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and First Lady Maria Shriver inducted Jobs into the California Hall of Fame.
In August 2009, Jobs was selected as the most admired entrepreneur among teenagers in a survey, by Inc. magazine. He was in his 55th (1) year in sync also in the same year, on November 5, 2009 (5+1+2+2+0+0+9=19=10=1), Jobs was named the CEO of the decade by Fortune magazine.
Steve Jobs died on October 5, 2011 (5+1+0+2+0+1+1=10=1), following an enervating seven-year battle with pancreatic cancer.
On December 21, 2011 (2+1+1+2+2+0+1+1=10=1), Graphisoft Company in Budapest presented the world's first bronze statue of Steve Jobs, calling him one of the greatest personalities of the modern age.
On February 12, 2012 (1+2+2+2+0+1+2=10=1), Jobs was posthumously awarded the Grammy Trustees Award, an award for those who have influenced the music industry in areas unrelated to performance.
Jobs was posthumously inducted as a Disney Legend on August 10, 2013; 1+0+8+2+0+1+3=15=6.
When young adults were asked to identify the greatest innovator of all time, Steve Jobs placed second behind Thomas Edison. Global business magazine Fortune named Steve Jobs the "greatest entrepreneur of our time", describing him as "brilliant, visionary, inspiring", and "the quintessential entrepreneur of our generation".