POTUS POTENTIAL: Biden Time

Due to the untimely interruption by the Coronavirus pandemic, the anticlimactic Democratic Party debates concluded without traditional fanfare. As the presumptive party nominee, Joe Biden declared unofficial victory. Hold your horses, Joe. Many things could change between now and the time of the proposed August 17 convention in Wisconsin.

Although the party offered up a cornucopia of female, gay, Latino, Black, and Asian candidates, one of the oldest white men on stage came out on top. Biden still needs to take on the incumbent POTUS, so he hasn’t won yet. But he’s closer than in previous attempts. With presidential runs in 1988 and in 2008, some say it’s about time, while others say his time has come and gone. In the meantime, Biden is biding his time.

In the 2008 presidential election, Senator Biden was among other POTUS Potentials: Hilary Clinton, John Edwards, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani. I reviewed the numerical fingerprints of these and other leading candidates at that time. Details of those other candidates will be provided when we circle back to the 2008 election in a future post. We all know who became POTUS 44, and it wasn’t Biden.

This POTUS Potential shares something with Vice-President Pence featured in the previous post. The Senator from Delaware also lost his bid for the presidency to someone with less experience in politics and was chosen as a running mate. Barack Obama, U.S. Senator from Illinois for less than one term chose Biden, a U.S. Senator from Delaware for 36 years. Delaware is one of the smallest states by size, with a population under a million citizens.

With the victory of the Obama/Biden ticket, Biden became the 47th Vice-President (4+7=11) for POTUS 44 at the age of 66. Every phone call in the middle of the night could have been the one informing him of his promotion. Ready or not, he was likely briefed and prepared for such a scenario. With plenty of time to rehearse for the job and familiarity with the inner workings of the White House and Congress, he looks good on paper.

The master number presence is noteworthy. As we know, POTUS 44 served two full terms and the Vice-POTUS was never called to duty in the middle of the night. Racist undertones rippled throughout the campaign and administration. While accomplishments were achieved, plenty of negativity and hatred spewed across the internet with the same intensity and vitriol as we see with the current POTUS. It seems no matter who is president, they are at once admired and despised by millions. With ingredients ripe for an attempted assassination between 2009 and 2016, the vice-president needed to be ready to take the helm at all times to become POTUS.

Why on Earth anyone at his age, or any age, would want to take on the demands of the presidency and re-enter the political arena, with so much turmoil and uncertainty in the country and world, is beyond my understanding. Perhaps a closer look at his numerical fingerprint will provide clues.

Joseph Robinette Biden 47th U.S. Vice-President, U.S. Senator (DE) 1973-2009

JOSEPHROBINETTEB IDEN
101519516818152914520205294514
16157896295522529455
DATE OF BIRTH: November 20, 1942 = 11+20+1942 = 1973 = 20/2

The first thing I usually look for is the appearance of master numbers in the date of birth. Born in November, the eleventh month is a good start. He will be age 77 at the time of the election. If he defeats POTUS 45, he would also claim the title from Trump as the oldest person to become president. If he were to win re-election in 2024, he would turn 83 during his second term (8+3=11).

The birth year 1942 = 1+9+4+2= 16 / 7

If you add the individual numbers in the date: 1+1+2+1+9+4+2 = 20 / 2. 11+20+1942 = 1973 = 1+9+7+3 = 20 / 2, 11+2+7 = 20 / 2. Either way, the birthdate is a 2, considered the number for cooperation. Some methods would reduce the 11 to a 2 first, then add: 2+2+7 = 11. An 11 appears no matter what.

  • BIRTH DATE = 20/2
  • VOWELS = 68/14/5 (full), 50/5 (reduced)
  • CONSONANTS = 147/12/3 (full), 48/12/3 (reduced)
  • FIRST NAME = 73/10/1 (full), 28/10/1 (reduced)
  • MIDDLE NAME = 108/9 (full), 45/9 (reduced)
  • LAST NAME = 34/7 (full), 25/7 (reduced)
  • FULL NAME TOTAL (20 letters) = 215/8 (full), 98/17/8 (reduced)
  • MOST COMMON NUMBER(S) = six 5s, four 2s, and three 9s
  • LEAST COMMON OR MISSING NUMBERS = only one of 4, 7, and 8 with 3 completely missing.

Unlike the birthdate and interesting timing with his age, the name lacks any master numbers indicative of POTUS material. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but could signal mediocrity rather than greatness. An abundance of 5s suggests a desire for peace and freedom. The fifth letter of the alphabet is E and his campaign logos feature all blue letters except for a red “E” in both Joe and Biden, to represent the stripes of the American flag. One used earlier in the campaign evokes familiarity using the first name. The logo featuring the last name boldly labels himself as President.

Plenty of 2s suggest he was born to be a diplomat. However, a complete absence of 3s, the number of expression and speech, reinforces that communication may not necessarily be Mr. Biden’s strong suit. Although he may have presidential presence and experience being on-call, certain traits and characteristics may not be fully developed. This could cause challenges when faced with higher levels of responsibility.

The last name total of 8 certainly reflects his longstanding as a career politician, a number often associated with ambitious executives. Although his first name Joseph equals a 1, his campaign material, one of his logos and in conversation uses the name Joe, which is 10+15+5 = 30 / 3. This could actually be a clever way of balancing out the otherwise complete absence of 3. Using the name Joe (30) with Biden (34) = 64 / 10 /1 and we’re back to a 1, the number for confident leaders.

Who might his Vice President pick be? Anybody who votes for the Democratic party may base their vote on that choice alone, with the assumption that Mr. Biden could expire or become incapacitated at any time following his inauguration. During the debates, Mr. Biden promised the moderators (and presumably the American public) that he would select a female as his running mate. Since then, various interest groups and activists strongly encourage that she be Latina or Black.

Speculation and rumors circulate as a selection committee begins the vetting process. It is likely some names on the list were previous rivals for the nomination and will be reviewed in the next posts, such as Warren, Klobuchar, and Harris. Someone not a candidate or on the debate stage could also be selected. I could spend time speculating the possibilities and preparing their numerical fingerprints, but instead plan to revisit and update this post once a running mate is announced. At that time the logo is likely to change to the two name version and an analysis from a numerology perspective could provide insight on their chances of success in the election.

THE UPCOMING FIVE POSTS WILL REVIEW NUMERICAL FINGERPRINTS IN THIS SEQUENCE:

Leading Democratic candidates appearing in some televised debates withdrew during the primaries, eventually endorsing Biden: Sanders, Warren, Gabbard, Bloomberg, Klobuchar, Buttigieg, Steyer, Patrick, Bennet, and Yang.

Other Democratic candidates, some making it to the debate stage with strong initial following and potential, withdrew before the Iowa caucus but remained on ballots: Delaney, Booker, Williamson, Castro, Harris, Bullock, and Sestak.

Early Democratic candidates withdrew and never made it on the ballots: Messam, O’Rourke, Ryan, de Blasio, Gillibrand, Inslee, Hickenlooper, Gravel, and Swalwell.

Republican candidates challenging POTUS 45: de la Fuente, Weld, and Walsh.

Leading third-party or wildcard candidates: American Independent, Libertarian, Green, Peace and Freedom, or wildcard candidates such as Mark Cuban and Justin Amash.


My reviews of the numerical fingerprints remain nonpartisan, unbiased, without regard to policies or personality. I could provide an analysis of what I think it means, but wish to avoid appearing critical, judgmental, or showing favoritism to influence one way or another. For your convenience, refer to common interpretations below, or seek out other sources. You may cross-reference any numbers you consider significant and arrive at your own conclusions.


For Reference

  • BIRTH DATE = Life Path to reveal opportunities, challenges, lessons
  • VOWELS = Heart’s Desire
  • CONSONANTS = Authentic Self
  • FIRST NAME = Personality
  • LAST NAME = Traits
  • FULL NAME TOTAL = Destiny or Expression
  • MOST COMMON NUMBERS = Strengths
  • LEAST COMMON OR MISSING NUMBERS = Weaknesses
NUMBERINTERPRETATION
1confident leader
2cooperative diplomat
3expressive speaker
4honest worker
5freedom and change
6responsible humanitarian
7dignified educator
8ambitious executive
9compassionate philanthropist
MASTER NUMBERINTERPRETATION
11Signifies mastery over the physical plane, illumination, responsibility, mysticism, empathy, inspiration, psychic abilities, and spiritual insight. Some numerologists consider 11 to possess only negative characteristics, such as offensiveness and deviance. Chinese numerology relates 11 to the Tao, or the way of heaven. Negative characteristics commonly attributed to 11 include: deception, delusion, instability, dishonesty, and confusion. Note that these numbers reduce to 11: 29 and 92, 38 and 83, 47 and 74, 56 and 65.
22Considered the “Master Architect” representing material mastery and the ability to manifest abstract ideas, innovation, intuition, detachment and objectivity, power, philanthropy and altruism, originality and invention, leadership and achievement. Negative characteristics commonly attributed to 22 include: fanaticism, perversity, immorality and lawlessness, insensitivity, rebellion, cynicism, malevolence, destruction, cruelty, tyranny.
33Represents compassionate giving and selfless service to humanity, gentleness, and kindness. Negative traits include: callous, inhumane, selfish, malicious.
44In numerology, the number 44 often represents a confident leader, efficient, energetic, and ambitious. Negatively it can manifest as intolerance, abuse, self-destruction, and ignorance.
55Intelligent, skillful, talented, and active. Negative characteristics commonly attributed to 55 include: foolish and slovenly.
66Cheerful and humorous. Negative: hateful, jealous, impatient.
77Charming, adventurous, clever, adaptable. Negative: perverse, self-indulgent.
88Successful, highly spiritual. Negative: dishonest, sarcastic, evil, ulterior motives.
99Generous, fulfilled, compassionate, loving, joyful. Negative: possessive, immoral, deceptive, unfulfilled, aimless.

A-1, B-2, C-3, D-4, E-5, F-6, G-7, H-8, I-9, J-10, K-11, L-12, M-13, N-14, O-15, P-16, Q-17, R-18, S-19, T-20, U-21, V-22, W-23, X-24, Y-25, Z-26

  • 1= A J S
  • 2 = B K T
  • 3 = C L U
  • 4 = D M V
  • 5 = E N W
  • 6 = F O X
  • 7 = G P Y
  • 8 = H Q Z
  • 9 = I R

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