This calculation can be applied in the case of Barack Obama, who was born in 1961 and was elected President in 2008. The year 2013 is significant for BJP also. The year 2013 represents 6. The birth number of BJP is 6. BJP turns 33 on April 6, 2013 (3+3=6). BJP had ruled at the Centre continuously for 6 years. The Prime Ministerial candidature of Modi will be a bone of contention both inside BJP and in NDA. Probably, the NDA may undergo some structural changes due to this.
However, Modi will have the last laugh. Election in 2013? Normally the next Lok Sabha election is due in 2014. There is a possibility of it pre-poned to 2013. The last election was in 2004. Nine years will have elapsed by 2013. Number 9 plays a pivotal role in major events. Also multiples of 9 (18/27/36 etc) do it. Vajpayee and Advani first became central ministers in 1997. The NDA lost power in 2004 (27 years later). BJP was formed in 1980. It supported the VP Singh govt in 1989. It formed the govt in 1998.
There were Lok Sabha elections in 1962, 1971, 1980, 1989 and 1998. The next Lok Sabha is the 16th. Occult number of Modi is 16. Narendra Modi in Parliament will usher a new era in the relations with the Congress. Though politically poles apart, there is numerological and astrological reasons for Modi to be in co-operative mood with Sonia and Rahul. Numerology also plays an important role even in international relations. Indo-Pak relations were at its best during the Janata Party rule under Morarji. Morarji was awarded the highest civilian award in Pakistan. No other Indian has received it.
The birth number of Morarji was 2. Numbers 2 and 7 are mutually attractive. The occult number of Pakistan is 25 (2+5=7). Jinnah, Vajpayee and Nawaz Sharif were born on December 25. Vajpayee undertook the historic Lahore trip. Sharif was the PM then. Modi has a uniquness. He owes a lot more to his detractors than to his friends. The more he is attacked, the more powerful he becomes.
Briefly, Modi is powered by his foes. During the last assembly poll, Modi was under ferocious onslaughts from various quarters. Even his party leadership was generally lukewarm. Sensing this, I had predicted in 2007 that Modi would return as CM after the assembly poll. In a lighter vein, I had also remarked that Modi's enemies will not stop attacking him until he becomes the Indian PM. Is a similar scenario emerging in the political horizon? Wait and see!
(About the Contributor: MK Damodaran is an amateur numerologist, with many proved predictions in his credit)