Dame Elizabeth Taylor – A Grand Dame!

Cropped screenshot of Richard Burton and Eliza...
Cropped screenshot of Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor from the trailer for the film Cleopatra. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Elizabeth Taylor died in a 6 personal year during a 9 personal month.  These two numbers were representative of who she truly was and what she contributed. The number 6 showed all the love she had inside of her and the love she gave to the outer world and the number 9 represented a time for her to let go and let God. The 6 and the 9 mirror each other – love and compassion joining forces.

A 6 Personal Year

Elizabeth Taylor was in a 6 personal year when she died. The 6 is related to the Lovers in the tarot and is associated with love and beauty – all the attributes that Elizabeth had.  Of course we will forever remember Elizabeth Taylor as someone who exuded love and had an undeniable romantic spirit until the very end, and on a human level, fell prey to emotional love-affairs during her lifetime.   She was married 8 times, but her second marriage to Richard Burton was marriage number 6 – whom she considered the “love” of her life. During one of her television interviews she discussed her near death experience while on the operating table and stated that  she was not afraid of death and couldn’t wait to see Richard Burton on the other side.

In a 6 personal year, Elizabeth’s mission this year was to make sure her relationship with her immediate family and those associates with all her friends was solid and complete – a time to get her family affairs in order.  This was a year for her to place attention and the needs of her family and friend first.  She kept her children out of the limelight, and I never heard her really talk about them, but I know she held her children in a secret place in her heart and when she died, she was surrounded by the love and devotion of her 4 children – whom she cherished more than life.

Interestingly enough her last cycle number was also a 6. In numerology, there are 3 great divisions in our life, and cycle numbers are connected to your full name at birth and date of birth.  Her last cycle number – the 6 – which came in when she was approximately 56 and remained in this position until her death and was, once again, all about family and responsibility to family.  All of these things came into sharp focus for her. She was loved and appreciated beyond measure by her children and grandchildren and those in her inner circle of friends.

A 9 Personal Month

Elizabeth Taylor was in a 9 personal month in a 6 personal year. Spiritually, the number 6 brought about even more enlightenment and specifically lighted her path to the heavens.  The number 9 represents endings and completion – 9 is the END number. It was a time for her to finish up all things that needed attention.  Spiritually, the number 9 helped her to recognize her own internal and external attributes and contributions in her lifetime.  She was a true humanitarian even though she did not acknowledge this title.

I followed her on Twitter and one of her last quotes, which showed her true compassion in life was this:

“Every breath you take today should be with someone else in mind. I love you.”

But witty to the end, I loved this tweet back in July of last  year when she said,

“Hold your horses world. I’ve been hearing all kinds of rumours about someone being cast to play me in a film about Richard and myself. No one is going to play Elizabeth Taylor, but Elizabeth Taylor herself. Not at least until I’m dead, and at the moment I’m having too much fun being alive…and I plan on staying that way. Happiness to all.”

Of course there will probably be a movie made about her, but no one will really be able to portray her true soul or the essence of who she truly was as a person and all that she symbolized.  That part can only be played by one Elizabeth Taylor — the real one — Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, who was knighted a Dame along the wayA Grand Lady indeed who graced this earth plane for 79 years.

Elizabeth Taylor – A heart of gold and a soul for eternity

Elizabeth Taylor was no ordinary person. She was an actress, an activist, a mother, a grandmother and a Dame. She transcended the ordinary in every way imaginable.  She became famous just for being famous, but at the heart of it,  she left behind a legacy which included an incredible and memorable body of work in the film industry, her tireless work for AIDS and AIDS Research, her 8 marriages and a very colorful personal life that will live on and endure long after her.

“It is bad enough that people are dying of AIDS, but no one should die of ignorance” – Elizabeth Taylor

I believe this is the kind of legacy of Elizabeth Taylor will and should be remembered for. She had no judgment of others, even though she was judged all her life. But when the Calvary called, she came to the aid of a group of people who needed her the most. I believe that Elizabeth’s finest hour, her contribution to humanity and her defining role in life was when she helped start the American Foundation for AIDS Research and subsequently created her own foundation, the Elizabeth Taylor Aids Foundation.  She not only raised millions of money and worked tirelessly to fight this disease, but she also brought an awareness and shed light on people who were afflicted with this disease.  The bottom line in her heart was this — that people with aids are human beings and children of God who have as much right to respect and consideration as the next person.  She had a definite impact on those less fortunate in life and the ability to give back so much because she had the name and resources to do so.  She did not just sit back and sit on her laurels when she retired from acting — she gave back in life as big as she was in her own life. She had a heart of gold and a soul for eternity.

Life Path Number

Elizabeth Taylor was born on February 27, 1932.  In numerology, this is considered one’s life path number – a number that indicates what one must learn in life in this lifetime.  Elizabeth Taylor had a 17 life path number. This is the legacy number — one who will achieve fame and a name that will live on long after.  Elizabeth Taylor lived up to the number 17 and more. If you believe in reincarnation as I do, I am presupposing that she asked to be reincarnated and to live and be recognized in a big, big way. She truly lived her life to the fullest extent that she intended in every single way imaginable. For her, the number 17 as her life path number was not in vain at all – she fulfilled her destiny to the max.  After all, one of her most famous lines is this:

“Big girls need big diamonds”
Elizabeth Taylor, February 27, 1932 – March 23, 2011

If you want to make a difference today and honor the memory of Elizabeth Taylor – make a donation in her name to the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS foundation.

Rest in peace Elizabeth – you will be sorely missed but not forgotten…