How numbers played their role in the life of Aung San Suu Kyi

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Her Birth Year is 1945

which is a combination of 9 and 10 and the Total of which comes to 10. These two numbers 9 and 10 are her most fortunate numbers .

Her favourable numbers are 4 , 6 , 9 , 10
As per her date of birth, her zodiacal sign is Gemini and her

most negative influence numbers are 2 , 3 , 7.

No 9 – indicates Mars and is a spiritual number which will always protect her from risks.

No 8
indicates the summary of the life.
Saturn –
brings about contraction and destruction. Saturn is a great negator. God of sorrow, Saturn reveals all life as misery. Saturn is the negative guide.

Whereas Jupiter expands, Saturn is the contraction, the limitation, and the constant reminder of our spirit’s entrapment in material manifestation. Saturn is a negative force that obstructs, destroys, and depresses; he is the significator of old age, death, and disease. He is the slowest moving of the planets, discouraging development, often binding us to the rule of external forces. Saturn shows our ego, fear, selfishness, and doubts. A strongly malefic Saturn can cause attachment to base values and the underside of life, showing criminal behavior, perversity, and the pursuit of gross pleasure, without grace. On the other hand, a well-endowed Saturn is necessary for a spiritual life, as he gives detachment from the material world and the necessary energy to transcend the material realm. He can be pictured as the yogi in meditation, the guiding spirit of the ancestor. A strong Saturn protects the life and is necessary for creating anything of enduring value.

Loss of Father
Year 1947 =
2(Moon) and 3 (Jupiter). These two numbers are not favourable numbers. She lost her father when she was 2 years of age.

1947 — the summary number of the year is 2, the total year number is 3 and her age was 2. The total number that comes from adding these three numbers is 7.

On 19 th July of 1947, her father was assassinated when she was barely two years old.. Aung San was the architect of Burma’s independence.

What No 7 indicates.

– the south node, is the force of spirituality, of otherworldly desire. It shows the spiritual process of evolution that refines the materialized spirit. In worldly matters, it is considered malefic, but in matters of the spirit is seen as benefic, as worldly difficulties often lead someone toward seeking relief through union with the Divine. Ketu indicates wisdom, liberation, non-attachment, focused intelligence, penetrating insight, derangement, bearing arms, invisibility, and psychic abilities. It’s placement shows our capacity and nature of spiritual liberation, and it has the power to overcome the Sun. It incarnates as Meena, the fish.

Other Influences of No 7

1953 – Loss of Brother
She lost her favorite brother, Aung San Lin, who died at age eight.The Number Influence: In this year she got numbers 8 and 7.

1989 – Loss of Mother
This same number followed her in 1989 when she lost her mother.

1960 to 1964

1960Completed her basic education at schools in Rangoon and moved to India following her mother’s appointment as Myanmar’s envoy to India in 1960.

She joined highschool in New Delhi
Suu Kyi continued her studies in India.
She graduated from Lady Shri Ram College, New Delhi in 1964.

Up to 1964, number 4 is following.

She went to Oxford university for her BA degree and studies till 1967 . In both these years, i.e. 1964 and 1967 the number 4 is following her.

What No 4 Indicates

RAHU —– Rahu, the north node of the moon, is associated with worldly desire and material manifestation. It represents the journey of the spirit as it engrosses itself in the material world. Rahu points to worldly desire, fame, greed, high intelligence, manipulation, obsessive behavior, foreigners, mass disease, dementia, and inertia.
On the positive side, it can show sensitivity to mass trends and can give popularity, fame, power, or prestige. It is of an airy nature, and is described in Vedic texts as born of a lioness, with half of a huge, snake-like body, and being very powerful, having the capacity to overcome the Moon. It incarnates as Varaha, the boar. The nodes of the moon are not given sign rulership
Influence of No 4

From the period of 1969 to 1972

1969 –
worked as assistant secretary to UN Secretary General.

In this year, her favourable number 10 was following her.
During her visit to United States for further study, she met United Nations’ Secretary General U Thant and joined as the Assistant Secretary, Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions.

In 1972, marriage and work

In this year, her most favourable numbers 9 and 10 are following together.

Suu Kyi worked as the Research Officer at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bhutan.

Same year she married Dr. Michael Aris, a scholar of Tibetan culture, living in Bhutan.

Period of 1973

Suu Kyi returned to England In this year, along with her favourable number 4 she had number 2 following her.
Due to the influence of number of 2, she was not at peace in mind, but due to 4, she gathered strength and overcome.

Number 4 also influenced her to settle in a country other than her own.

Influence of No 4

RAHU – Rahu indicates journey of the spirit as it engrosses itself in the material world.

Period of 1975 to 1978

In these years she had her favourable numbers 10 following her.
She gave birth to her first son, Alexander Aris, in London
She gave birth to her second son, Kim.
Her husband did postgraduate studies at the University of Landon and obtained a Ph.D.

Period of 1985 to 1988

Suu Kyi studied at the Center of Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, as a visiting scholar.


Suu Kyi completed her fellowship at the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, Shimla, in 1987. Again she had her favourable number in her Total is 1(Sun).


Suu Kyi returned to Burma at first to take care of her mother but later lead the pro-democracy movement. St John’s College provided Aris with an extended leave of absence as a fellow on full stipend so that he could lobby for his wife’s cause.

On July 23, 1988 – Suu Kyi wrote an open letter to the military government asking them to establish rule of the people in Myanmar.

On August 8, 1988 – The people, raising pro-democracy slogans assembled at the prominent places of the capital. The event led to a mass slaughter carried out by the ruling junta against the uprising throughout country. The military regime killed over 10,000 demonstrators, including students, women, and children in a span of months.

In 24 September 1988Aung San Suu Kyi, in her first political move, joined the National League for Democracy as its secretary-general. The party was pushing for political reforms in the country. Suu Kyi gave numerous speeches calling for freedom and democracy.

In these years, 7 and 8 were the numbers following her due to which she did not get political success, but as 4 her favourable number was also following her, which gave her strength to fight and also protected her from the risk of assissnation.
She entered politics in a very wrong year due to which she is suffering and she would have to fight a very long battle.

Period of 1989 to 1991.

On July 20, 1989 – Aung San Suu Kyi was placed under house arrest in the city of Rangoon.

In this year, two unfavourable numbers 8 and 7 were following her along with her favourable number 9 which acted as a God blessing on her and protected her from risk of losing her life.

April 5, 1989
while she was delivering a speech for democratic freedom. The army unit had orders to aim their weapons at her during the speech waiting for the order to fire. A major finally ordered the troops back which prevented her from being assassinated like her father.
Her life was saved because of the number 9 following this years of her life.

otherwise she would have got assassinated, but due to the number 8 and 7 she was consequently placed on house arrest.


She was declared ineligible for the elections that were held in May 1990.
She was placed under house arrest even though her party National League for Democracy won by landslide without her. She spent the next six years of her life at her lakeside villa in Rangoon to serve her house arrest.


As her favourable number 9 was following her, during the period of detention, she received the Rafto Prize and the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought

She wrote many speeches and books that were published. During this time she received many awards dealing with her great aspiration toward peace.

In October 14, 1991, she received Nobel Peace Prize with the prize money of 1.3 million dollars with which she established a health and education trust for the people of Burma.

Recognitions and award continued in the year 1992 also. She was awarded the Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International Understanding by the government of India and the International Simón Bolívar Prize from the government of Venezuela.

Priod of 1993

In this year, there were two numbers which were following her 3 and 10. Number 3 is not a fortunate number while number 10 is her most favourable number followed by number 4.

Since 3 is not her fortunate numbe, inspite of international pressure from the UN Commmission of Human Rights in Geneva which reflected the sentiments of a Group of Noble Peace Laureates, who were denied entry to Burma is not her fortunate number, to release her did not heed any results.
But due to number 10 and 4 following her, she got world wide support and recognition.

Period of 1994

In this year, her favouable numbers 4 was following her.
For the first time, people from outside Daw Aung Sand Suu Kyi’s family were allowed to meet her in February 21, 1994.

For the first time, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was able to expresse her thoughts and told to reporters she is dedicated to the restoration of democracy in Burma. She called for a dialogue between SLORC, democracy movement, and non-Burman ethnic nationality groups. She also urged foreign business thinking of investing in Burma to wait until democracy was restored.
For the first time, Militaray Junta chairman Than Shwe and Lt Gen Khin Nyunt met Daw Aung San Suu Kyi met her in September 20 1994 – for the first time since her house arrest.

Period of 1995

In this year all unfavourable numbers 5 . 6, and 7 were following her.
Though she was released from house arrest on July 10 1995 only to be re-arrested.

Christmas eve of 1995
turned to be last visit from her husband Aris as the Burmese dictatorship denied him any further entry visas.

(Aris was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1997 which was later found to be terminal. Despite appeals from prominent figures and organizations, including the United States, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan and Pope John Paul II, the Burmese government would not grant Aris a visa, saying that they did not have the facilities to care for him, and instead urged Aung San Suu Kyi to leave the country to visit him. She was at that time temporarily free from house arrest but was unwilling to depart, fearing that she would be refused re-entry if she left, as she did not trust the military junta’s assurance that she could return.)

On October 10, 1995
the NLD defied junta’s ban on changes in party leadership position and reappointed her as the party’s General Secretary.

November 28, 1995 – Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, saying that the NLD did not believe that the National Convention being held by the junta would lead the country to democracy, announced that the party was withdrawing from the National Convention.
She was rejected by the military junta and was asked to leave the country if she could do so.

Period of 1996 to 2000


In this year her favourable number 10 was following her, she was not only protected from any risk of life and also brought more publicity and recognition to her in her country.

Inspite of ban on travel, Daw Aung San Suu was able to travel to places outside Rangoon.

In March 1996 – she boarded the train bound for Mandalay but citing a “last minute problem” the coach she was in was left behind at the station.

On 9 November 1996 – the motorcade that she was traveling in with other National League for Democracy leaders, Tin Oo and U Kyi Maung, was attacked in Rangoon.

About 200 men swooped on the motorcade, wielding metal chains, metal batons, stones and other weapons. The car that Aung San Suu Kyi was in had its rear window smashed, and the car with Tin Oo and U Kyi Maung had its rear window and two backdoor windows shattered. It is believed the offenders were members of the Union Solidarity Development Association (USDA) who were allegedly paid 500 kyats (USD $5) each to participate. The NLD lodged an official complaint with the police, and according to reports the government launched an investigation, but no action was taken.

In July 1998 and August 1998 – Daw Aung San Suu Kyi tried to meet NLD members outsideRangoon but police stopped her car on the road to Bassein. On both occasions, she was forced to spend days on the road. After several days they usually seize her car, force her to return home, and drive her car back. she had no favourable numbers in this year.

On March 27, 1999
– Daw Aung San Suu Kyi husband Michael Aris died of prostrate cancer in London.

(Aris died on his 53rd birthday on 27 March 1999. Since 1989, when his wife was first placed under house arrest, he had seen her only five times, the last of which was for Christmas in 1995. She also remains separated from her children, who live in the United Kingdom.)


In this year, the unfavourable number 3 is following her.
Unsuccessfull protest – more than 2,000 delegates at the UNISON national conference in Brighton donned masks of Burma pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi in protest at her continued detention by the Burmese military. UNISON condemed the continued imprisonment at the hands of a brutal military dictatorship who have no respect for human rights, international law, democracy or the welfare of their own people, and who use every odious means at their disposal to cling on to power.

In August 2000 – Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was once again prevented from visiting NLD youth members in Dala.

On September 2 – around 200 riot police surrounded Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s motorcade near Dala and forced them to return to Rangoon after a nine-day standoff.
On September 21 – Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and NLD Vice Chairman U Tin Oo were arrested together with their supporters when they tried to leave for Mandalay by train. A number of opposition supporters were taken away from the station in military vehicles. Earlier, the authorities blocked the road leading to her house.

Period of 2001

In this year, she had unfavourable number 6, 2 and 3
following her due to which many restrictions were imposed and may rearrests were done.Though six being a very unfavourable numbre to Suu Kyi, but it has acted in its favour when she had other lucky number like 9 and 10 associated with it.

January 09, 2001 –
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi meets senior representatives of SPDC.

January 22, 2001 –
the Court in Myanmar dismissed a suit by her estranged brother of opposition leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi over ownership rights on her home, while military regime eased its crackdown on the pro-democracy figureheads.

April 12, 2001 –
a funeral was held Saturday in Yangon for Khin Gyi, elder sister of Myanmar democracy leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s mother Khin Kyi, who died at age 93. Friends and relatives attended the funeral at the Yayway cementery, but Suu Kyi was not allowed.

April 28, 2001 –
more than 30 United States senators advised President George W. Bush not to ease sanctions against Rangoon lest he send the wrong signal to the military regime as it continues closed-door talks with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. while the surprise of the week was Japan rewarding the military regime merely for talking to the opposition leader by supplying aid to repair a Japanese-built hydro-power dam.

July 02, 2001 –
military regime released the cousin of democracy leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi from jail as the latest sign of progress in talks between the opposition and junta. Aye Win, a close aide to the Nobel peace laureate, was allowed to leave Yangon’s notorious Insein prison Monday after completing a five-year sentence.

August 26, 2001 –
Burma’s ruling military government released two prominent leaders from the National League for Democracy(NLD) U Aung Shwe and U Tin Oo, chairman and vice-chairman of the NLD from eleven months house arrest. Were rearrested and put on house arrest on Sept. 22, 2000.

December 1, 2010 –
six other committee members were released while Suu Kyi remains confined to her lakeside home.

Period of 2002
In this year, her favourable number 9 is following her.
In 2002 authorities arrested her once more. Freed in 2002, the next year the Burmese government again arrested her. She remained in prison till 2006.

February 25, 2002 –
Burma’s Supreme Court heard an appeal from Aung San Suu Kyi’s lawyers on Wednesday concerning the drawn-out lawsuit filed by her estranged brother regarding ownership of her home, according to her lawyers.

April 24, 2002 –
A top U.N, envoy Mr.Razali Ismail arrived in Myanmar on Tuesday to try to spur talks between the military junta and opposition which diplomats say may be the last chance for the generals to show they are serious about political change.

May 6, 2002 – Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was freed today after 19 months of house arrest, the military government said in a breakthrough toward ending the country’s political deadlock. In a written statement released earlier, government spokesman Col.Hla Min said Monday would mark ” a new page for the people of Myanmar and the international community.” The statement did not mention Suu Kyi by name, but said: “We shall recommit ourselves to allowing all of our citizens to participate freely in the life of our political process, while giving priority to national unity, peace and stability of the country as well as the region.”

In 2002, She was released because of the total number 9 . This 9 munber is her fortunate number.

Period of 2003

In this year, unfavourable numbers 3, 4, and 5 are following her.

May 31, 2003 –
Burma’s opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been placed under temporary arrest and her pro-democracy party headquarters in Rangoon closed, the ruling military junta says.

May 30 2003 – Arrested following the Depayin massacre, she was held in secret detention for more than three months before being returned to house arrest. (In May 2003, She was arrested with dozens of fellow party membersafter an NLD convoy touring northern Burma was attacked by a pro-government mob.) in this year her favourable number 4 prevented by risk.

Period from 2004 to 2007

Feb 14, 2004 – The military government has released U Tin Oo, the vice chairman of the opposition National League for Democracy from jail and placed him under house arrest. Again she had her number 4

May 27, 2006 –
Myanmar’s military junta extended the house arrest one year.

In this year, numbers 6, 8, 7 were following along with 9 which protect her life but she was not released.

May 25, 2007 –
Myanmar’s military junta extended the house arrest one year again despite a direct appeal from U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan to General Than Shwe.

In this year, numbers 7, 8, and 6 were following her along with her most favourable number 9.

August 19, 2007 –
Protests led by Buddhist monks began following steep fuel price increases, and continued each day, despite the threat of a crackdown by the military.

September 22, 2007 –
although still under house arrest, Suu Kyi made a brief public appearance at the gate of her residence in Rangoon to accept the blessings of Buddhist monks who were marching in support of human rights.

October 24, 2007
Reached 12 years under house arrest, solidarity protests held at 12 cities around the world.

Period of 2008

In this year, she got favourable numbers 9 and 10 but there is a 8 in between them , so there was no news of her release.

May 2, 2008 –
after Cyclone Nargis hit Burma, Suu Kyi lost the roof of her house and lived in virtual darkness after losing electricity in her dilapidated lakeside residence. She used candles at night as she was not provided any generator set. Plans to renovate and repair the house were announced in August 2009.

May 27, 2008 – House arrest extended for another year, which is illegal under both international law and Burma’s own law.

Period of 2009

she had her number 9 and 10 but in summary of the year, it is 3 which was not favourable.

On May 3, 2009 –
an American man, identified as John Yettaw, swam across Inya Lake to her house uninvited and was arrested when he made his return trip three days later. He had attempted to make a similar trip two years earlier, but for unknown reasons was turned away. He later claimed at trial that he was motivated by a divine vision requiring him to notify her of an impending terrorist assassination attempt.

On May 13, 2009 –
Suu Kyi was arrested for violating the terms of her house arrest because the swimmer, who pleaded exhaustion, was allowed to stay in her house for two days before he attempted the swim back. Suu Kyi was later taken to Insein Prison, where she could have faced up to five years confinement for the intrusion. The trial of Suu Kyi and her two maids began on 18 May and a small number of protesters gathered outside. Diplomats and journalists were barred from attending the trial; however, on one occasion, several diplomats from Russia, Thailand and Singapore and journalists were allowed to meet Suu Kyi. The prosecution had originally planned to call 22 witnesses. It also accused John Yettaw of embarrassing the country. During the ongoing defence case, Suu Kyi said she was innocent. The defence was allowed to call only one witness (out of four), while the prosecution was permitted to call 14 witnesses. The court rejected two character witnesses, NLD members Tin Oo and Win Tin, and permitted the defense to call only a legal expert. According to one unconfirmed report, the junta was planning to, once again, place her in detention, this time in a military base outside the city. In a separate trial, Yettaw said he swam to Suu Kyi’s house to warn her that her life was “in danger”. The national police chief later confirmed that Yettaw was the “main culprit” in the case filed against Suu Kyi. According to aides, Suu Kyi spent her 64th birthday in jail sharing biryani rice and chocolate cake with her guards.

Her arrest and subsequent trial received worldwide condemnation by the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations Security Council, Western governments, South Africa, Japan and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, of which Burma is a member. The Burmese government strongly condemned the statement, as it created an “unsound tradition” and criticised Thailand for meddling in its internal affairs. The Burmese Foreign Minister Nyan Win was quoted in the state-run newspaper New Light of Myanmar as saying that the incident “was trumped up to intensify international pressure on Burma by internal and external anti-government elements who do not wish to see the positive changes in those countries’ policies toward Burma”. Ban responded to an international campaign by flying to Burma to negotiate, but Than Shwe rejected all of his requests.

2010 – She have her number 10 and either number 6 , this was always given strength to her


International pressure for release, and Burmese general election 2010

It was announced prior to the Burmese general election that Aung San Suu Kyi may be released “so she can organize her party,” However, Suu Kyi was not be allowed to run.

On August 14, 2010 –
U.S. Senator Jim Webb visited Burma, visiting with junta leader Gen. Than Shwe and later with Suu Kyi. During the visit, Webb negotiated Yettaw’s release and deportation from Burma. Following the verdict of the trial, lawyers of Suu Kyi said, they would appeal against the 18-month sentence.

On August 18, 2010 –
United States President Barack Obama asked the country’s military leadership to set free all political prisoners, including Aung San Suu Kyi. In her appeal, Aung San Suu Kyi had argued that the conviction was unwarranted. However, her appeal against the August sentence was rejected by a Burmese court on 2 October 2009. Although the court accepted the argument that the 1974 constitution, under which she had been charged, was null and void, it also said the provisions of the 1975 security law, under which she has been kept under house arrest, remained in force. The verdict effectively means that she will be unable to participate in elections scheduled to take place in 2010 — the first in Burma in two decades. Her lawyer stated that her legal team would pursue a new appeal within 60 days.

August 11, 2009 –
House arrest extended for 18 more months because of “violation” arising from the May 2009 trespass incident.

On October 1, 2010 – the government announced that she would be released on November 13, 2010.

November 13, 2010 – Released from house arrest.

Althrough the year 2000 to 2009, she did not had any favourable numbers so she was not released. Similarly, even her NLD members were rearrested and many put under house arrest. She will only get release, when she will have her lucky number 10 which comes in 2010.

On the evening of November 13, 2010, Aung San Suu Kyi was released from house arrest. This was the date her detention had been set to expire according to a court ruling in August 2009 and came six days after a widely-criticized general election. She appeared in front of a crowd of her supporters, who rushed to her house in Rangoon when nearby barricades were removed by the security forces. The Nobel Peace Prize laureate had been detained for 15 of the past 21 years. The government newspaper New Light of Myanmar reported the release positively, saying she had been granted a pardon after serving her sentence “in good conduct”. The New York Times suggested that the military government may have released Suu Kyi because it felt it was in a confident position to control her supporters after the election.

Burma’s relaxing stance, such as releasing political prisoners, was influenced in the wake of successful recent diplomatic visits by the US and other Democratic governments, urging or encouraging the Burmese towards democratic reform. U.S. President Barack Obama personally advocated for the release of all political prisoners, especially Aung San Suu Kyi, during the US-ASEAN Summit of 2009.
Democratic governments[which?] hoped that successful general elections would be an optimistic indicator of the Burmese governments sincerity towards eventual democracy. The Hatoyama government which spent 2.82 Billion yen in 2008, has promised more Japanese foreign aid to encourage Burma to release Aung San Suu Kyi in time for the elections; and to continue moving towards democracy and the rule of law.
In a personal letter to Suu Kyi, UK Prime Minster Gordon Brown cautioned the Burmese government of the potential consequences of rigging elections as “condemning Burma to more years of diplomatic isolation and economic stagnation”.
The Burmese government has been granting Suu Kyi varying degrees of freedom throughout late 2009, in response to international pressure. She has met with many heads of state, and opened a dialog with labor minister Aung Kyi (not to be confused with Aung San Suu Kyi).
Suu Kyi was allowed, however, to meet with senior members of her NLD party, under close supervision, at the State House.
Ofter 1999 to up to 2009 she had not get her most favourable number 10 in totoal number, but in 2010 she have got her favourable number to get release.)

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